Recent comments by senior Australian officials suggest the country has plans for an eventuality involving armed conflict with China.
Australia's trade minister, Dan Tehan, called Beijing's decision "disappointing," but did not rule out future engagement under the trade mechanism.
The encounter has garnered more than 10 million views since the video was first uploaded to Tiktok on Sunday.
In 2015, Chris Blowes was attacked by a great white shark. Now, more than five years later, he has finally won the right to keep the shark tooth left behind in his surfboard.
The creature was identified as a giant wood moth, the largest species of moth by weight. It reportedly measured "two fists" in length.
The government imposed a strict lockdown on flights from India last week, stranding some 8,000 citizens overseas as India faces soaring coronavirus cases and deaths.
Bob Thatcher had to sail for 30 minutes with the snake in his boat in order to reach safety.
Crocodiles have "very powerful tails" that enable the animals to push themselves out of the water, said expert Adam Britton.
Annie Tupou of Victoria, Australia wasn't expecting to have another baby anytime soon—let alone two of them.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry engaged in another verbal dispute with Australia this week.
Locals and wildlife-lovers traveled to the Victoria, Australia golf course to stop a kangaroo cull that would kill the giant creature.
When the red-bellied black snake was found, it was showing "zero signs of life" and was "not breathing."
Department of Home Affairs Secretary Mike Pezzullo's statements came on Australia's day of national remembrance, known as Anzac Day, and amid growing tensions in the Asia-Pacific region regarding China and Taiwan.
A woman who struck a mother and baby when she steered her Volkswagen Golf over a cliff has received a relatively light sentence for the crime.
The warning comes after Australia's defense minister said the possibility of a conflict involving China and Australia over Taiwan should not be discounted.
Jennifer Taylor told Newsweek her partner found the stone-like fish that is equipped with 13 needle-like spines capable of secreting potentially deadly venom.
Australian Defense Minister Peter Dutton said that the country will not be "bullied" by China after canceling two trade deals with the Communist nation.
The deals, between China and the Australian state of Victoria, were a part of China's Belt and Road Initiative, a multibillion-dollar project aimed at expanding trade across Asia to Europe.
The baby eastern brown snake "has the unfortunate distinction of causing more deaths from bite than any other species of snake in Australia."
NSW Police Minister says "police are the people to trust, the police of the people to go to, and this sort of this sort of indoctrination is going to scare these children away from, from the policing and will put their lives in danger."
"In China, there's no room for any opinion that does not match that of the Chinese Communist Party," Michael Smith said, after being forced to flee China in September while working for Australian media.
After a transgender teenage boy passed away, his parents had to make a difficult decision: would they use his birth name or chosen name?
The Australian government and systems of policing and corrections continue to feed the intergenerational trauma that resulted from institutional, systemic racism.
The fishermen can be seen throwing their nets out into the shallow waters mere feet away from the swirling predators.
The ultimate Oscar the Grouch stole a Big Bird costume from a local circus, and police are on the lookout for the beloved yellow character.
The Australian state of New South Wales has been worst-hit by the exploding mouse population as farmers called for urgent government support.
"This is from an absolute weapon of a carpet python," said Australian reptile wrangler Stuart McKenzie.
The commissioning ceremony took place Fleet Base East, Sydney, with the Australian Navy confirming the HMAS Supply II will be the lead ship of two Supply Class vessels.
Tasmanian man Cecil Maurice Mabb allegedly told prison staff he had wanted to eat people since he was a child.