The merits of the dingo fence are hotly debated, and there have been calls to pull it down. We need a better understanding of how the mega-structure affects species that live along it.
A free trade agreement between Australia and the United Kingdom has begun – and it failed to put climate change at the forefront.
Satellite data and traditional know-how combined have drastically reduced fires across northern Australia over the past 20 years.
There are several ways Australia can support its northern neighbour, to the benefit of both countries.
Yes, we need better flood warnings. But most of us don’t or can’t evacuate from floods. Safety means focusing on community resilience as well as warnings
Key changes announced by Home Affairs Minister Clare O'Neil include making it easier for migrants to move from temporary visas to permanent residency.
Governments and wildlife advocates are working to protect 30% of Earth’s lands and waters for nature by 2030. An ecologist explains why creating large protected areas should be a top priority.
Canada should examine Australia’s diplomacy-focused approach to China as it battles foreign interference.
Strange barren patches in the Australian outback have been long-studied by scientists – but until recently, nobody had consulted the Aboriginal people who live among them.
While many support the idea, the health evidence suggests that it might be more beneficial for us to stay on standard time.
Anthropological fieldwork into ‘outsourced’ asylum measures in Nauru and Guatemala reveal how they actually work - and don’t work - in practice.
While some progress has been made, the coalition forces abjectly failed to achieve their central goals. But Australia has an opportunity now to make good on its promises.
South Africa’s laws designed to protect whistleblowers need urgent reform.
The Australian experience of deterring and punishing asylum seekers who arrive by boat should serve as a warning rather than a blueprint for the UK.
Both countries have accepted very few Rohingya refugees to date, but new research suggests most Australians and New Zealanders are willing to resettle more.
Indonesia hasn’t made a strategic effort to push bahasa Indonesia in Australia. That’s in stark contrast to how French and other languages are promoted in Australia, including through cultural events.
With few regulations in place, gambling companies are going all-in to attract as many customers as possible – with younger, sports-obsessed and smartphone-savvy Americans particularly vulnerable.
Australians lose more money gambling on sports, per capita, than any country in the world.
Efforts to launch rockets into space from the UK need to demonstrate reliability.
This year sees three more states introduce voluntary assisted dying. But there are still several barriers to overcome.