A small primary school is offering an alternative to the mainstream and its teachers say at the end of the day their students do not want to go home.
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Despite reporting hardships ranging from a lack of a support to financial pressures and prolonged stress, many veterinarians treat injured wildlife for free whenever they have time, writes Bronwyn Orr.
Howard Williams and his partner Jen took their teenage children to Europe for the dream holiday this year. Only it wasn't such a dream.
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From gene-edited babies to underworld species, AI assistants and wombat poo, RN Drive revisits the biggest - and oddest - science news of the year.
The tiny critters, which can be found in Australia, tropical Africa and South-East Asia, can snap their jaws 5,000 times faster than the blink of an eye, according to a study.
A beekeeper has removed more than 50,000 bees from a Queensland home.
A conservation group is partnering with the CSIRO to investigate how gene drive technology could control Australia's feral cat population.
How does sleep deprivation affect your work? How can we confirm that scientists have finally found a moon outside our Solar System? And, why do baby giraffes' spots match their mothers'?
From biblical monsters of the deep to an economic resource and a beloved symbol of conservation, trace how our relationship with whales has changed over time.
The sanctuary, on the island of Syros, has been inundated with applications.