A satellite shot of the a23a iceberg from the Copernicus Sentinel 3 satellite.

World’s biggest iceberg sets sail

An iceberg that’s twice the size of London and two thirds the height of the world’s tallest skyscraper has started drifting away from Antarctica and could wind up in British waters

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 30: Hannah Darlington of Australia A prepares to bowl during the Australia A and England A one day international tour match at EPC Solar Park on January 30, 2022, in Canberra, Australia. (Photo by Jeremy Ng/Getty Images)

Cricket star bowls out boundaries

By the time she hit her teens, cricket star Hannah Darlington just wanted to play – and the game she loved led to her biggest win yet when her family learned the story of their Indigenous heritage

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - Advertiser Photos NOVEMBER 21, 2023: Tilly Williams, 11, has broken a record for fastest 5000m run at the SA State Championships Women's 5000m Open A-grade Final on Friday, November 17. Picture:  Emma Brasier

Aussie girl sets new world record

Eleven-year-old Tilly Williams has become the fastest girl in the world after she beat teenagers and adults to run 5000m in just 17 minutes and 22.7 seconds

If you happen to cross a Cassowary you are supposed walk back slowly and put something like a big or a branch between yourself and the animal.

Swimming cassowary stuns at beach

A southern cassowary has been filmed swimming to the shore of a Queensland beach in a ‘fish out of water’ moment, proving the flightless bird is not afraid to get its feathers wet

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Albo out as detention gates open

It was a tough choice between home and away for PM Anthony Albanese this week as the release of 80 long-term detainees from detention coincided with a seat at the APEC summit in the US

TOPSHOT - This photo taken on November 13, 2023 shows a crack cutting across the main road in Grindavik, southwestern Iceland following earthquakes. The southwestern town of Grindavik -- home to around 4,000 people -- was evacuated in the early hours of November 11 after magma shifting under the Earth's crust caused hundreds of earthquakes in what experts warned could be a precursor to a volcanic eruption.  The seismic activity damaged roads and buildings in the town situated 40 kilometres (25 miles) southwest of the capital Reykjavik, an AFP journalist saw. (Photo by Kjartan TORBJOERNSSON / AFP) / Iceland OUT

Eruption watch as Iceland waits

The threat of an imminent volcanic eruption has Iceland on edge days after evacuations began and a state of emergency was declared as more smoke seeps from giant cracks in empty streets

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8/11/2023 (L-R) Natsai Kanhutu, Sienna Fortuna and Pia Chapman exploring AustraliaÕs largest lolly shop which is opening in Highpoint Shopping Centre, with the largest pick and mix lolly aisle, which is set to break a Guinness World record and a life size lolly claw. Aaron Francis / Herald Sun

New lolly palace sure looks sweet

Australia’s largest lolly shop has rideable dinosaurs, a life-size ‘human claw’ for maximum scooping, one of the biggest pick and mix aisles on Earth and plans for a Guinness World Record bid

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New island springs up near Japan

Incredible video footage shows a new island bubbling up from the depths of the Pacific Ocean during a volcanic eruption off the coast of Japan

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Heave ho for ‘Holy Grail’ shipwreck

A shipwreck with the largest amount of treasure ever lost at sea will soon be dragged up to the surface after sitting at the bottom of the Caribbean Sea for the last three centuries

This undated handout obtained on November 2, 2023 from the European Space Agency ESA shows an alternative crop of astronomical image of a Horsehead Nebula taken during ESA's Euclid space mission, which is built and operated by the European Space Agency ESA and with contributions from NASA. The first images from Europe's Euclid space telescope were released on November 7, showing a nebula resembling a horse's head, never-before-seen distant galaxies and even "circumstantial evidence" of elusive dark matter. Euclid blasted off in July on the world's first-ever mission aiming to investigate the enduring cosmic mysteries of dark matter and dark energy. It will do so partly by charting one third of the sky -- encompassing a mind-boggling two billion galaxies -- to create what has been billed as the most accurate 3D map of the universe ever. (Photo by HANDOUT / ESA/Euclid/Euclid Consortium/NASA / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO/ESA/EUCLID/EUCLID CONSORTIUM/NASA" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS

Euclid space shots stun Earthlings

Mind-boggling images of unknown galaxies and the Horsehead Nebula have been captured by the Euclid space telescope as the hi-tech instrument travels around the sun in the pursuit of science

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The rate rise that stopped a nation

The Melbourne Cup is famed as ‘the race that stops a nation’ but this year’s capacity crowd at Flemington could barely be heard above the inflation dragon’s roar in Mark Knight’s cartoon

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Mass Optus outage affects millions

Schools, hospitals, transport and banks were affected when a nationwide Optus outage left over 10 million Australians without phone and internet access – KEY IMPACTS EXPLAINED

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