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Scientists have come up with the radical solution which they say could save the earth from future disasters like the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill in 2010.
Conditions have improved as Australian firefighters battle deadly bushfires in two states.
Police arriving at a property in Sydney were expecting to intervene in a case of domestic violence after receiving calls from concerned neighbours.
A bushfire raging out of control in South Australia has killed two people and left 13 people hospitalised, with no sign of any relief.
Beaches in New South Wales are trialling drones and smart drum lines to help protect swimmers from sharks.
The extraordinary teamwork of army ants to build living and moving bridges to cross gaps could be used to build swarm robots to help in disaster relief, researchers say.
The seven-year-old suffered an untimely bout of hiccups while singing his national anthem.
Andrew Little is heading to Canberra hoping to convince Australian MPs that Kiwis living across the ditch are getting a raw deal.
The threat posed by terrorist groups like Islamic State will be among the issues occupying the minds of leaders at this year's East Asia Summit.
The Tongan community will honour Jonah Lomu at a south Auckland church he attended as a child.
An Indonesian government spokesman says early talks have been held on housing asylum seekers on an island funded by Australia.
A special prayer service is about to get underway at the Lomu family home in the Tongan capital of Nuku'alofa. The entire nation is in mourning.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton says he's not surprised two Australians have been busted as part of a Kuwaiti cell that was sending air defence systems and funds to the Islamic State group.
Sydney is expected to reach a blistering high of 41 degrees today, as a huge hot air mass formed over Australia’s Red Centre moves to the south-east.
Prince Charles' 67th birthday celebrations overlooking a Perth beach have ended in spectacular fashion, with a lightning storm sweeping over the party.
An Australian senator has reiterated Australia's line on New Zealand detainees but says he's prepared to look at individual cases.
Newspapers in Britain have gone to town over a hand being placed on Prince Charles's "royal rump" in Sydney.
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