Adelaide man apologises for possessing and exchanging nude pictures with teenagers

An Adelaide man, who founded a network which promotes online safety, apologises in court for possessing child exploitation material and exchanging nude pictures with teenagers.

Humans make nearly 100 times more CO2 than volcanoes, but that's just the tip of the iceberg

There are three major ways the Earth's carbon cycle has been disrupted: meteorites, volcanoes, and humans.

'Completely buggered': Farmers fear runoff from proposed hatchery

A water scientist is backing Hamilton farmers' concerns about threats to a local lake from a proposed fish hatchery, including the threat of algal blooms.

Eddie Betts to make 'fairytale' return to Carlton after signing one-year deal

After weeks of speculation, the AFL confirms Eddie Betts will return to his former club Carlton after six years with the Adelaide Crows.

'We're in a desperate situation': Another mass fish kill event in Menindee

New aerial footage shows thousands of dead fish at Lake Pamamaroo in the Menindee Lakes System, near Broken Hill, nine months after a mass fish kill event on the nearby banks of the Darling River.

David Eastman awarded more than $7 million for wrongful imprisonment of almost 20 years

A former public servant, jailed for almost 20 years for killing one of Australia's top police officers, is awarded more than $7 million after he was found not guilty of the crime.

'Dangerous cocktail': Fewer cyclones, more severe bushfires ahead for Queensland

Fewer cyclones are forecast but the Bureau of Meteorology warns a "pretty dangerous cocktail" is brewing for the remainder of Queensland's fire season.

'It's unacceptable': Investigation ordered after power blackout in sweltering Alice Springs

Michael Gunner says a nine-hour blackout which left thousands of residents across Central Australia without power during the heat of the day on Sunday is "unacceptable" and calls for a review into the region's power supply.

Port Adelaide's new logo comes under fire from designer claiming the club ripped off his design

An Australian designer has accused Port Adelaide of ripping off a design he posted online four years ago following the football club's release of its new logo.

WA coach lashes Mitch Marsh after Test hopeful punches WACA wall, potentially breaking his hand

Test all-rounder Mitch Marsh could miss the first Test of the season after punching a dressing-room wall during Western Australia's Sheffield Shield draw with Tasmania, potentially breaking his bowling hand.

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