This Rat Is The First Mammal To Go Extinct Because Of Climate Change, Scientists Say
"RIP little mouse." The Bramble Cay melomys survived for decades on a remote island, but was wiped out by rising sea levels and catastrophic storms.
This Australian Baby Boy Has Spent His Whole Life Trapped In China’s Police State. Now His Dad Wants Him Out.
The 18-month-old boy’s Australian father is fighting to be reunited with his family.
99 Fabulous Things That Actually Happened
It was the best of times, look, it really was: BuzzFeedOz 2014-19.
This Week On The Inter Webz: Don’t Mind Us, We’re Just Gazing Wistfully At Aussie Summer Content, That’s All 🌞
Plus: Cake pics, Taylor Swift tweets, and a generational pasta quiz.
19 Aussie Canteen Foods Ranked From "Yeah, Nah" To "I Need This Right Now"
It's a known fact that sausage rolls are better than meat pies, right?
Hey Australians, Here's 29 Tweets You'll Probably Find Funny
"Every Australian has a huntsman spider story."
13 Young Indigenous People Killed Themselves In The Kimberley And A Coroner Found Intergenerational Trauma Was To Blame
The youngest was 10 years old.
Hey Scott Morrison, They Just Found The Bones Of One Of The Guys Who Actually Circumnavigated Australia
"I guess Matthew Flinders really did turn in his grave."
Please Enjoy Anna Wintour Dragging The Australian Prime Minister Over LGBT Rights
Slamming Margaret Court? For her terrible views on same sex marriage? Groundbreaking.
Experts Found That The Marriage Equality Debate Harmed Gay People And I'm Not Shook At All
If only someone – anyone – could have warned us before it happened.
14 Things To Add To Your Adelaide Bucket List In 2019
Adelaide really is the city that keeps on giving.
These Extremely Good Boys Are Now Here To Protect Your Meals At The Sydney Opera House
Good dogs get 'em bad birds.
Victoria Says Yes To Harm Reduction, Just Not Pill Testing
"If you call Victoria the most progressive state, you can't ignore pill testing."
This Is What Was Happening In Australia In 2009
It's been 10 years since Masterchef first graced our screens.
The NSW Premier Refuses To Say Who Her Anti Pill-Testing Experts Are
Pill testing has been a major discussion point in 2019.
Another Day, Another Group Of Doctors Telling The Government They're Wrong On Pill Testing
"There is sufficient evidence to support pill testing trials at festivals."
These Students Are Demanding Politicians "Get Out Of The Way" And Allow Pill Testing
"Get out of the way and let health professionals do their job."
14 Things To Add To Your Sydney Bucket List For 2019
This is the year we finally do everything we've always planned!
39 Memes That Freaking Nail The Australian Summer
"You know you're Australian when you say 'it's only 29 degrees'."
Air Cabin Crew Allegedly Smuggled Millions Of Dollars Worth Of Drugs Into Australia
Police arrested eight people linked to the alleged operation over the last two weeks.
This Man Who Doesn't Know Where He Was Born Has Now Spent 9 Years In Immigration Detention
“It’s like someone’s put you inside and thrown the key in the ocean.”
Another Music Festival Has Asked To Trial Pill Testing As Coroner Opens Investigation Into Deaths
ULTRA Music Festival is the latest event to ask the government to trial the harm minimisation strategy.
People Are Mad About Footage Showing Danny Lim Being Detained By Police
Danny Lim, 74, received an infringement notice for offensive behaviour.
A Soccer Player Was Detained In Thailand. Now Australia Is Trying To Get Him Released
Hakeem Al-Araibi has been detained since November and faces possible extradition to Bahrain.
27 Forgotten Australian Book Covers From Your Childhood You’ll Remember On Sight
*Intense Scholastic catalogue flashbacks*
Splendour In The Grass, Falls Festival And More Are Pushing For Pill Testing
Reps from Splendour in the Grass, Falls Festival, and Laneway have called on governments to ditch the "out of touch" approach to drugs at music festivals.
A Man Charged With Sending Suspicious Packages To Embassies In Melbourne, Sydney And Canberra Has Faced Court
Police will allege that he sent 38 parcels to consulates and embassies in Melbourne, Canberra, and Sydney.
People Have Set Up Unauthorized GoFundMe Accounts For The Saudi Teen Seeking Asylum
One GoFundMe account in Rahaf al-Qunun’s name has already raised thousands of dollars.
The Saudi Teenager Who Fled Her Family Has Been Recognized As A Refugee By The UN
Australia is now considering whether to grant asylum to 18-year-old Rahaf al-Qunun.
26 Reasons Australia Should Be Taken Off Your Travel Bucket List
Don't spend your time or money on this wasteland.
Peter Dutton Wants An Online Database Of Child Sex Offenders
People would be able to look up the names, photos, and crimes of convicted child sex offenders in their suburb under the proposal.
Here’s Why People Are Fundraising To Help Aboriginal Women Pay Off Fines
“You go through a red light, you speed a little bit, you hit a $300, $400, $500 fine. It can be more than someone’s weekly Newstart Allowance, their single parent allowance.”
These Are The “Inappropriate” Questions Asylum-Seekers Were Asked By Australia To Prove They Were Gay
The questions have been described as “intrusive” and “shockingly inappropriate”.
There Are More Renters Than Ever In Australia. And They Can Vote.
The growing number of renters in Australia’s marginal seats and the increasing awareness that renting is a political issue mean they could become a powerful voting bloc.
How The Friends Of A Saudi Teen Fighting Deportation Got The World's Attention With A Twitter Account
As Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun fights to claim asylum, her friend Nourah and two other women “are working shifts. Every two hours one of us go to sleep and two stay [awake] together and handle the account.”
The Teen Who Allegedly Stabbed A Scientologist Did Not Appear In Court
The 16-year-old's lawyer told Parramatta Children's Court his client did not wish to appear in court via a video link.
We Asked Photographers How To Take Sunset Photos That Are Actually Good
Put the gold in the golden hour.
"There’s Literally A Queue": Experts Talk About The Evidence On Pill Testing
New South Wales premier Gladys Berejiklian said she'll consider pill testing trials at music festivals if she sees evidence it saves lives. Here's why it's more complicated than that.
A Missing Man's Body Could Have Been Found Earlier If Police Didn't Use Google Maps: Coroner
A council map had "far superior" images than the Google map used by police — and could have helped locate Darrell Simon's body months earlier, a coroner said.
This Photo Of Cane Toads Riding On A Snake Is Disgusting, And Very Australian
They were probably trying to mate with the snake.