Elise Burgess During this time of celebration for all things Australian, we are being urged to eat our national emblem in the name of patriotism.
Kirsten Lawson More than 1600 kangaroos will be shot in the ACT's annual cull, although up to 500 more could also be put on the pill.
Lema Samandar Kangaroos used in a university experiment will be caged and suffer extreme distress from confinement, Animal Liberation says.
A Queensland senior constable could face disciplinary action after being served with an infringement notice over the killing of more than 20 kangaroos on a south-east Queensland property.
Ron Cerabona One of the enduring overseas jokes about Australia is that our towns and cities have kangaroos hopping down the streets. In Canberra, at least, it's not a joke.
Ben Cubby ENVIRONMENT A LARGE and unpublicised cull of kangaroos has taken place on Mount Panorama to keep the animals away from next week's Bathurst 1000 car race.
Andrew Masterson The debate about animal ethics has increased markedly over the past decade, but its core questions are beyond the reach of science, writes Andrew Masterson.
Jakob Glenn The same elevation that guarantees some of Canberra's best views also makes the National Arboretum a perfect place for two favourite kids' activities – kite flying and rolly pollies.
Tom McIlroy More than 1600 kangaroos in ACT nature reserves have won a further stay of execution until at least next week.
Anne Tarasov A western Sydney community has vowed to keep fighting to keep the last wild emu population living in the Sydney metropolitan area from being relocated by a housing developer.
Saffron Howden Police are investigating how a bed and breakfast owner got a bullet through his dining room window opposite a state forest the NSW government recently opened for bow hunting.
At long last she's appeared - the first Goodfellow's tree kangaroo joey born in captivity in more than 20 years at Sydney's Taronga Zoo.
Julieanne Strachan Government pledge to hold fertility control trial alongside conservation cull appears to be in tatters.
Elise Burgess Across the public holiday weekend, the widening gap between different Australian attitudes towards the native kangaroo has never been so apparent.
John Thistleton The Australian National University is embarking on the most comprehensive study yet of Lake George's mysterious water levels, as well as its archaeological, indigenous and European history.
Bianca Hall, Christopher Knaus About 40 homes are under threat as fires tear through grasslands and dense acacia scrubland off the Kings Highway east of Bungendore.
Stephen Cauchi A wallaby from the wild that somehow made it to Doncaster Shopping Centre’s open-air car park has been rescued.
Ben Cubby WILL the kangaroo eventually go the way of the koala?
Japan's fisheries minister says his country will never stop hunting whales, despite fierce criticism from other nations and violent clashes at sea with militant conservationists.
Andrew Darby Japan has been rebuffed by Australia after strengthening its defence of its controversial whale hunt.