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'No doubt' climate change causing wildfires, experts say as Australia burns
There is “no doubt” that climate change is increasing the risk of wild fires around the world, researchers said on Tuesday, as Australia’s government faces criticism for denying devastating bushfires are definitively linked to global warming.
Australia drops 4,600 pounds of food, water from helicopters to feed hungry wallabies
The New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service in Australia provided a valuable assist to wallabies looking for a meal in the wake of devastating wildfires.
Aussies rally against climate policy amid raging bushfires
Thousands of Australians took to the streets on Friday to protest against government failure on climate change, as bushfires ravage large swathes of the country, incinerating wildlife and massively polluting the air.
Troops deployed across fire-hit Australia after torrid weekend
Reserve troops were deployed to fire-ravaged regions across three Australian states on Monday after a torrid weekend that turned swathes of land into smouldering, blackened hellscapes.
Australia's only disease-free koala population halved by bush fires on Kangaroo Island
At least half of Australia's only disease-free koala population, a key "insurance" for the species' future, is feared dead, with more badly hurt after bush fires swept through an island sanctuary, rescuers said on Sunday.
Bushfires rage out of control across southeast Australia
Bushfires burned dangerously out of control on Australia’s east coast on Saturday, fanned by high temperatures and strong winds that had firefighters battling to save lives and property, as a change in wind conditions merged several large fire fronts.
Bushfires are a catastrophe for Australia
By Ross Bradstock & David Bowman*
Bushfires reach Melbourne as heatwave fans Australia blazes
Around 100,000 people were urged to flee five Melbourne suburbs on Monday evening as Australia’s spiraling bushfire crisis killed a volunteer firefighter battling a separate blaze in the countryside.
Australia's Antarctic gateway Tasmania gets hotter than tropical north
Temperatures soared on Monday in Australia’s normally icy cool state of Tasmania, the country’s closest point to the South Pole, reaching more than double the summer average with hot air blowing in from a scorching mainland.
Retirement plans: Fighting Australia's bushfires
The dirty, hot and dangerous work of battling bushfires might be physically exhausting for Raymond Lowe, but he is not stepping aside any time soon.
Australia's bushfires circle Sydney as temperatures soar
Some major roads heading to the south and west from Sydney were closed for part of the day and authorities asked people to delay travel at the start of the Christmas holiday period, warning of the unpredictability of the fires due to high winds and temperatures above 40°C, Reuters reported.
Australia has its hottest day on record, more to come
Australia this week experienced its hottest day on record and the heatwave is expected to worsen, exacerbating an already unprecedented bushfire season, authorities said Wednesday.
Bushfires continue to burn in Australia, smoke blanketing Sydney
Firefighters continued on Thursday, December 5, battling several blazes ringing Sydney, leaving Australia's most populous city blanketed by hazardous smoke that is expected to linger for days.
Socceroos to face Argentina at Copa America
Australia will face Lionel Messi and Argentina in next year's Copa America after being drawn alongside the tournament cohost.

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