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Great Barrier Reef

Scientists are calling the event "devastating."
“That is a mass extinction and there is every reason to believe that we are triggering it.”
From Sydney we flew to Hamilton Island and then sailed, for 90 minutes, to the smaller -- but utterly beautiful -- Hayman Island and One&Only hotel. Built originally in the 1980s and remodelled recently, the hotel remains true to its original architect's vision.
For Australia, coal remains king. The nation, one of the world's top coal exporters, approved construction of the country's largest coal mine Monday. Environmentalists say the decision is a major setback for efforts to fight climate change and further tarnishes the government's global image.
This is an excerpt from Capt. Trevor Greene's new, self-published book. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott kept his most
An Australian government authority approved on Friday the dumping of three-million cubic metres of dredging spoil within
Easter's just around the corner and while that may mean egg hunts around the house, for others it means an opportunity to
The largest and most well-known of these reefs, Australia's Great Barrier Reef, off the coast of the province of Queensland, is under threat of becoming a shipping route for uranium -- the radioactive substance used for nuclear power and high-powered military weaponry.