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The Sri Lankan restaurant giving refugees and asylum seekers their first jobs

Sydney restaurant Colombo Social hires refugees and asylum seekers helping to kickstart their careers in Australia, and it’s run by two friends who met...

The sheer number of animals killed in Australia’s bushfires could collapse entire ecosystems

Conservationists and scientists fear bushfires that have ravaged parts of Australia have had a catastrophic impact on flora and fauna.

Explosion in Spain triggers chemical emergency

Fire broke out at a chemical factory in the Tarragona province of northeast Spain, most likely as a result of a chemical accident.

Philippines volcano evacuees collect belongings

A volcano near the Philippine capital has spewed lava into the sky and trembled constantly, possibly portending a bigger and more dangerous eruption, as...

James Murdoch blasts News Corp’s ‘ongoing climate change denial’

The youngest son of media mogul Rupert Murdoch has used a rare public statement to take aim at News Corp's climate change reporting.

Australia’s policies on asylum seekers and media freedom criticised in new human rights report

A new report on human rights has taken Australia to task over a range of issues, including media freedom and Indigenous rights.

Lebanese protesters back on streets

Lebanese protesters blocked main roads and marched outside banks saying they are losing patience with the ruling elite that has yet to agree on...

Koala protection on the agenda as environmental experts meet in Canberra

Meetings will be held in Canberra on Wednesday examining issues from wildlife protection to financial counselling, in the wake of the bushfire crisis.

Victoria wakes up to thick layer of smoke, but conditions set to improve

Hazardous air quality from bushfire smoke is forecast to improve on Wednesday afternoon as rain and thunderstorms sweep through Victoria.

Israeli court delays extradition case of alleged sex offender Malka Leifer

Psychiatrists who deemed Australian alleged child sex offender Malka Leifer was feigning mental illness will be cross-examined, a court has ruled.
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