Police warn there could be more bodies in the lake as the drought causes water levels to recede. Find out more.
The CSIRO's Dr James Risbey spoke about why the conditions which led to such a wet summer aren't likely to repeat this year. Find out what's happening.
New regulations have been introduced after goat thefts almost doubled in Queensland. Read about how the problem has worsened over the past year.
Agricultural production is forecast to be better than ever with record predictions after two years of favourable weather.
Following the drought, a couple from NSW has seen their farm completely transform, with images showing just how dire the situation was. But now the mood of the whole region has changed.
The megadrought is the result of heat from a blob of water in the ocean thousands of kilometres away from Chile. Read more about the phenomenon.
Climate scientists expect 1.5C of warming to be reached in the early 2030s. Find out what that means for our planet's future.
Extreme weather events are forcing climate scientists to find new terms to describe them. Find out what these words mean and why they're needed.
Parts of Australia could be bracing themselves for 50C days as the country crumbles to the impacts of global warming, a study has revealed.
A firie with 30 years experience says when it comes to dealing with the impact of last summer's bushfires, 'the horse has already bolted'.
The deadly and devastating 2019-20 Australian bushfires decimated more than 18 million hectares, killed 34 people and millions of animals.
Experimental quantum physicist Dominic Walliman has created a ‘doom chart’ to find and rank the next threats to humanity after Coronavirus.
A Narrabri father of two says the contentious Santos coal seam gas project is vital for injecting some life into his dying town.
Environment minister Sussan Ley has made a controversial decision about the proposed Santos mine in Narrabri.
Yahoo News sat down with Gomeroi leaders in the Pilliga who fear their river and family will be 'poisoned' by the controversial Santos coal seam gas project.
A group of farmers in the Pilliga region are standing firm in defence of their land amid concerns a new project will destroy their water supply.
Farmers are concerned the Santos project could poison water supplies, but others say it's the only hope their town has of surviving.
A new report has found that many animal species that call Australia's major cities home are under threat.