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Australia’s environment in unsustainable state of decline, major review finds

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Wisdom the albatross, the world’s oldest known wild bird, has another chick at age 70

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Global shark and ray population crashed more than 70% in past 50 years –...

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Increase in fishing since the 1970s has ravaged abundance of sharks and rays in oceansThe global population of sharks and rays has crashed by...

UK to become first country in Europe to ban live animal exports

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Plans to ban the export of live animals for slaughter and fattening are to be unveiled by the UK's environment secretary, George Eustice, on...

Juukan Gorge ‘cop-out’: talk about protecting Aboriginal sites goes curiously quiet in WA

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It's a West Australian story, but most of the action took place in London. In May last year, Rio Tinto blew up a 46,000-year-old...