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The calf has been put down.
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One reptile catcher has already relocated more than twenty.
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The focus now turns to the clean-up effort.
In the scientific world the wall is known as the "Curtain Of Death".
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'Get a good Aussie-owned and made ice cream like Bulla instead.'
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But it’s not icebergs you have to worry about — some tickets cost more than $100,000.
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Malcolm Turnbull looks to the past to secure the future.
People in this town in Alberta, Canada were not tickled pink when they turned on their faucets earlier this week. The town of Onoway is apologizing to its 1,000 residents after its drinking water turn...
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Even the water is getting in on the International Womens' Day tributes.
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Can they try turning water into wine?
You could say it was, ahem, a bridge over troubled waters.
We all need a little perspective.
The actor now champions clean water so girls and women can have better opportunities.
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Four farming properties have now been affected by the disease.
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Here's how to make the rest of their life in captivity happier.
They're tiny, mysterious, and increasingly causing stings as far south as Fraser Island.
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Seven people have already drowned during the holiday period, including one child.
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It's flooding in the desert.
One shark was more than three metres long -- that's one-and-a-half Michael Jordans.
So you're in Cairns, here's how to get outta' there.
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Reef refugees are accidentally destroying southern kelp forests.
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If someone offers to pee on you, they're not helping.
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It's called an 'aquarium without glass'.
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After coral bleaching comes the algae, disease and predators.
Bloody pics of man's injuries posted online after alleged attack near Byron Bay.
"I'm completely in awe of this place."
And we're sending a Tasmanian drop
It's 11km from the beach where a surfer was attacked.
No public displays of affection for these 30ft lovers.
Plain tap water is so 1999.
It perfectly captures the energy of nature.