Julian Assange’s father called on Australia to bring his son home at a small rally in downtown Sydney.
John Shipton told the group of about 50 protesters that his son was the subject of revenge by the countries he worked to expose.
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Videographic showing how electric cars work. Videographic on electric cars. A Dutchman completed an epic 95,000 kilometre (59,000 mile) journey by electric car in Sydney in a bid to prove the viability of such vehicles in tackling climate change.VIDEOGRAPHIC
Biggest coral reseeding project launches on Great Barrier Reef. The Australia’s Great Barrier in videographic. The corals off Lord Howe Island — some 600 kilometres (370 miles) offshore from Sydney — were affected bleaching caused by elevated temperatures this summer, despite escaping severe damage at the Great Barrier Reef in 2016 and 2017.VIDEOGRAPHIC
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Three rare Sumatran tiger cubs venture into public view for the first time in what Sydney zookeepers called a “wonderful success” for the future of the critically endangered species.
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A raft entirely made of reeds, inspired by ancient Andean indigenous techniques, is set afloat in the Pacific in northern Chile after more than three years of construction. The “Viracocha III” will attempt to sail 10,000 nautical miles to Sydney.
The Sydney harbour bridge turns red and fireworks blast over the Opera House as hundreds of people brave the rain to kick off Lunar New Year celebrations. Sydney’s annual Lunar Festival is expected to draw more than 1.3 million people with festivities running until February 10.
Sea lions eating frozen ‘fishcicles’, echidnas munching on frozen food treats, elephants enjoying a swim and giraffes drinking cool water. These are some of the ways animals at a Sydney zoo are trying to keep cool amid a severe heatwave in Australia.