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Australia Remastered with Aaron Pedersen, ABC IVIEW

WANT TO LEARN more about Australia's unique and amazing wildlife living naturally  in our ecosystems? Australia Remastered, now on ABC and iview, offers priceless documentary footage of Australia’s extraordinary native animals, their life and times with new understandings as they come under increasing threat. From 50 years of footage in the ABC natural

Koalas over Barilaro any day

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NSW PREMIER GLADYS Berejiklian will stand her ground and refuse the Nationals’ demands for an urgent cabinet meeting to debate planning policy relating to koalas. Her stance is likely to infuriate the junior Coalition partner, which has threatened to boycott a joint party room meeting next week ahead of a parliamentary

US politics also leaves us speechless.

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Fortunately, late night satirists don’t have that problem, as shown in this Guardian report. By Adrian Horton, The Guardian. Trevor Noah AS THE POLITICAL fallout from the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg continued to roil Washington, Democrats “still held a shred of hope that they could persuade four moderate GOP senators to show some integrity

Climate change connection noted

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7 People Die in West Coast [US] Wildfires. Strong winds were likely to continue to propel the extraordinary number of fires burning in California, Oregon and Washington. The death toll rises as wildfires spread at an astonishing rate. At least seven people were pronounced dead in wildfires in Washington, Oregon and California on

How much plastic would you like with your tea?

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The hidden plastics in Twinings, Tetley and Yorkshire teabags BRITISH PEOPLE are known around the world for their love of tea, with 100 million cups consumed across the UK every day. But Britons may want to think twice about which brand they buy after tests revealed that Twinings, Tetley and Yorkshire Tea bags

The inevitable tragedy of a Summer on edge in Portland

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ALL THROUGH SUMMER, through the haze of tear gas and assaults by federal agents, amid nightly clashes between Portland police and protesters, an incident like the one on Saturday night seemed not only possible but inevitable. On the ninety-third day of protests in response to the murder of George Floyd,

Are virtual power plants the future of solar power?

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WHEN MATHS TEACHER Katie Brooks was searching for a new apartment, the solar panels on the rooftop of the Fremantle complex she eventually settled on were a big drawcard. ABOVE:  Katie Brooks can sell power to other residents in the White Gum Valley apartment complex. (Supplied) Ms Brooks said utilising solar energy

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