Australian COVID Outbreak Traced Back to Quarantine Hotel Where Workers Allegedly had Sex with Guests
There's been over 50 new cases in the state of Victoria every day for a week. Authorities are investigating hotel security guards.
Koalas Face Extinction by 2050 in Parts of Australia, Inquiry Finds
A government investigation found that habitat loss was the biggest threat to the species' survival—and yet deforestation continues throughout the state of New South Wales.
Someone in Australia Is Stealing Crocodiles and Authorities Don't Know Why
Fifty-nine baby crocs went missing from a Darwin reptile park last month. "I’d like to know who’s doing it," says the park owner. "What are you going to do with 59 crocs?"
Uncertainty, Empathy, and Hope: What Young People in Asia-Pacific Feel Amid the Pandemic
It turns out that young people in the region are more hopeful than their counterparts in other parts of the world.
These Local Leaders Are Standing Out in the Fight Against Coronavirus in Their Countries
From drive-through clinics to children’s meal deliveries, these leaders are effectively addressing the coronavirus in their own ways.