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‘Country needs people’: Indigenous rangers safeguarding Australia’s rich landscape receive a well-earned boost

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Miami condo collapse prompts questions over role of climate change

The shocking collapse of a 12-storey building in the Miami area last week has raised questions as to the role played by the climate crisis, and...

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