The bush stone-curlew, a bird once extinct in the ACT, is turning up again in the suburbs of Canberra.
Bianca wants to know what exactly happens in the body when we sweat. An expert in human physiology explains.
One of the world's last unspoiled desert oases could permanently dry up under Adani's groundwater plan.
Most hospital patients begin the day at the mercy of the ward round, not even knowing their doctors' names.
New scientific research found energetic swatting tells a mosquito to stay away and find someone else to bite.
Are you a master of the rules of the road? Buckle up, it's time to take this Queensland road rules quiz for a spin.
Risky alcohol consumption, smoking habits and diets high in sugar are contributing to Australia's poor oral health.
We're told we can have it all, but sometimes our hormones, partners and bosses don't seem to get the memo.
Bicycle Network is rethinking its position on helmets in the hope of getting more cyclists on the road.
Professor Peter Waterman travels to remote regions to inform locals about the risks of drinking untreated water.
Only one in four students score a uni place based solely on their ranking. Is it time to ditch the ATAR?
He was the last Aboriginal tracker officially used by police. Now Barry Port spends his days fishing on the Coen River.
A family who endured the most anxious wait of their lives cried tears of joy upon finding their pets survived the blaze.
Two tradies turned designers say their wild work shirts are already getting men to open up about mental health.
Trams are an iconic part of Melbourne, but did you know they once played an important role in Brisbane?
Australia has an incredible amount of sunshine, so should our farmers be able to farm the sun's rays?
A huge collection of rare guitars and equipment belonging to INXS guitarist Kirk Pengilly will go under the hammer.
Many men experience performance anxiety, and when it happens, it can really affect your confidence in the bedroom.
The FBEU says more houses could have been saved in Tathra's bushfires if the NSW RFS accepted initial offers of help.
Increasingly, questions are being asked about whether NATO is both fit-for-purpose and fit-for-duty.
A Minneapolis police officer who shot unarmed Australian woman Justine Damond has turned himself in.
A prominent industry analyst says we're witnessing the beginning of the end of the mortgage-broking industry.
Free wi-fi will be offered at the Commonwealth Games, if you give up personal data and sign in via Facebook.
Sydney's Vivid LIVE festival is looking like an unmissable couple of weeks, with Ice Cube set to headline the event.
Narendra Modi promised to clean up India, but long-held attitudes about those who deal with waste stand in the way.
The Brisbane Broncos have defended signing footballer Matthew Lodge despite his history of domestic violence.
An independent review into the Tathra bushfire will investigate allegations of a 'turf war' between fire authorities.
If you happen to be the sharehouse 'mum or dad', the responsibility of finding a new roomie is probably on you.
A human skull has surfaced at a beach in WA, a discovery police say is not unusual in outback Australia.
The world's last male northern white rhino has died, leaving only two females of the subspecies alive in the world.
Former Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon has announced she will run for governor of the state of New York.
Singer-songwriter Ramy Essam was at the forefront of the 2011 Arab Spring when music, religion and politics collided.
Tim Winton's new novel is about a teen misfit on the run, with themes of masculinity, violence, religion and redemption.
Facebook has had its worst trading day in five years, with $US35b wiped off its market value overnight.
A High Court hearing today may shed light on whether search results are capable of defaming someone.
If your suburb has been affected by a fire, there are a number of things to consider when you are able to return home.
Stretched resources are causing inspectors to audit Canberra restaurants an average of every three years.
With 335,000 followers, 13-year-old Meika Woolard is one of Australia's most prominent teen Insta-influencers.
From the outside they look a lot like any other train, but if you peer in the window there is a big difference.
There's little to show for the $4 billion spent on subsidies for irrigation upgrades in the Murray Darling Basin.
Only half of all Australians brush their teeth twice a day and it's contributing to high levels of decay.
The women who worked for Harvey Weinstein are coming forward for the first time to tell their stories of abuse.
Sitting at the collision point of several tectonic plates, Papua New Guinea is regularly rattled by earthquakes.
An ocean heatwave responsible for wiping out a range of marine life released huge amounts of carbon dioxide.
Schools are increasingly using therapy dog programs to provide social and emotional support for students.
Uber has suspended self-driving testing after what's thought to be the first fatal pedestrian crash.
A repeated claim is that Indigenous Australians were covered by a flora and fauna act until the 1967 referendum.
A 'fair' minimum wage should factor in the financial risk for today's casualised workers, writes Dick Bryan.
As a lifelong gun user and an NRA instructor, Cavett Eaton is confident he could help if a gunman were to enter his school.
Design flops and marketing fails are collected and on display in Los Angeles at the Museum of Failure.
It comes down to how much you're willing to pay, but there are ways to give yourself the best chance.
President Xi Jinping now has total control, and people in China are bracing for another round of repression.
If you're caught with under 50g of cannabis in Canberra, it's unlikely you'll end up with a criminal record.
Protests took place last week in front of the Channel Seven Sunrise studio, but you would never know it.
Japan leads the 21st century in scientific technology, but its smoking regulations are stuck in the 20th century.
A new study suggests that Facebook's ad explanations are 'often incomplete and sometimes misleading'.
The battle to control feral animals and keep the city rabies free is a necessity for a group of Indonesian cat catchers.
Leon Bridges is back a little sleeker and a little jazzier, but don't despair, there's just as much soul in his perfect voice.