The buzz of drones will be the focus of a new government review, and it could mean headaches for pioneering Google-linked drone delivery.
If you look up to the eastern sky tonight, you're likely to spot one of the biggest planets at its brightest. Jupiter, the fifth planet from the sun and largest in our solar system, is visible to stargazers this month.
People undergoing genetic testing will have more certainty about whether the variants in their genes risk causing cancer or are completely harmless, after a new international study.
China is murdering members of the Falun Gong spiritual group and harvesting their organs for transplant, a panel of lawyers and experts say, inviting further investigations into a potential genocide.
MORNING BRIEFING: Today's State Budget will include funding for extra teachers, health workers and police as well as a public transport boost, while the homicide squad is investigating the death of a woman who was found on a Sydney footpath.
The father of missing Belgian backpacker Theo Hayez says unlocking his son's last WhatAsapp messages could be key to find him alive. But a leading expert says the tech giant is incapable of unjumbling the "garbled" encrypted messages.
The next 20 years will bring record temperatures regardless of our emissions scenario, but there's still time to stop that continuing until 2100, new research finds.
It is an endangered 'living fossil' and foxes and wild pigs love to eat it, but there is a glimmer of hope for one of Australia's most striking and mysterious creatures.
Scott Morrison injects $2 billion into the Emissions Reduction Fund, but analysis reveals the program is failing to spend the funding it already has and experts warn projects that promise abatement don't always eventuate.
Radiohead fans are obsessed with Pyramid Song. It's not the vocals or lyrics that hook them in, it's the rhythm. So what's so extraordinary about this song?
Hidden in a top secret location within a national park near Sydney, is one of the oldest and rarest trees on earth — the Wollemi Pine. The tree is critically endangered but a new research project is mapping its genome for the first time, in the hope of securing its future.
From robot bartenders, AI judges and delivery bots to tech giants like Skype and TransferWise — in less than 30 years Estonia has made the transformation from a struggling post-Soviet state to one of the world's most digitalised nations.
Atmospheric pollution monitoring sites are underrepresented in the tropics, as most are located in Western Europe or southern latitudes of the southern hemisphere. A new programs hopes to improve the quality of results at one tropical station — by involving First Nation's people.
You've bought well, then made do and mended, but that favourite old shirt, skirt or pair of shoes is now beyond repair and in no condition to be foisted upon the volunteers of your local second-hand shop. So what can we do with used clothes?
The 18 expeditioners at Antarctica's Davis Station have farewelled the sun and won't see it again for five weeks.
Energy will be injected into Victoria's energy grid from Australia's largest solar and battery farm in Kerang in northern Victoria.
High-tech mapping using AI and satellites reveals that nearly 500,000km of grape vines are growing throughout Australia — that's more than the distance between Earth and the Moon.
Saturn's rings are a complex mix of stripes, speckled textures and other odd features that appear to be sculpted by the planet's moons.
High profile court cases over the use of weed killer glyphosate are pushing farmers to investigate new ways of managing weeds to meet consumer expectations.
The virtual currency bitcoin is responsible for the same amount of carbon dioxide emissions as a city like Las Vegas, according to a new study.
The Federal Government is putting plans in place to try and ensure artificial intelligence remains ethical and secure, and Australians remain safe and employed.
The fossils of a giant new species of sea creature are discovered on South Australia's Kangaroo Island — and with its formidable legs with spines used for crushing and shredding food, scientists are comparing it to Tyrannosaurus rex.
The news clip was originally aired in 2017, featured Zuckerberg speaking about Russian election interference in the 2016 election, and was doctored by artists Bill Posters and Daniel Howe.