Greenpeace flagship, Rainbow Warrior, has lead a protest of hundreds of people campaigning against Norweign company Equinor drilling for oil in the Great Australian Bight.
It's been more than a year since the death of her husband in a workplace accident, but Terry Delaney says she's still unaware if further compensation or legal avenues are available to her.
French Authorities are looking to avoid a repeat of the worst civil unrest in more than a decade, which saw groups of young men with masked faces, some carrying metal bars and axes, rioting on the streets of central Paris.
A rebel Liberal MP says he "had no choice" but to cross the floor over debate on a contentious mining bill in South Australia's Parliament, leading to him being labelled as "destructive" and a "bloody fool".
A study of deep sea creatures in the Great Australian Bight identifies 400 new species. The survey is the first of its kind and catalogues the biodiversity of the Bight's unseen depths, providing important knowledge should drilling for oil and gas go ahead.
Timor-Leste buys Shell's stake in the rich Greater Sunrise oil and gas fields as it presses ahead with its contentious plan to pipe the natural resources to its south coast for processing.
Petrol prices are down more than 17 cents a litre over the past three weeks, but experts warn of dangerous volatility from political tensions and a fragile global economy.
High fuel prices are not just hitting the hip pockets of motorists, with fishermen also feeling the pinch, and they are passing on the cost increases at fish and chip shops.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says it is not in the national interest for the bulk of Australia's gas network to be owned by one foreign company.
About 50,000 demonstrators, part of a grassroots movement dubbed the "yellow vests", cause logjams on highways and block roundabouts as they rail against fuel tax hikes introduced by President Emmanuel Macron.