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University of NSW climate researchers Steven Sherwood and Nidhi Nishant find 'hot spots' warming faster

After years of debate, University of NSW climate researchers have resolved data issues that not only reveal those "hot spots" to be there – but ... more

Best of the world - June 5, 2015

The Herald's picture editors showcase the best images from around the globe.

Dozens feared dead after Indonesian air force transport plane crashes in city of Medan

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Dozens of people are feared dead after an Indonesian military transport plane crashed into a hotel and residential area in the northern Sumatra city of ... more

Hawaii mountaintop becomes a battleground between native activists and astronomers

published about 2 hours ago
On Mauna Kea, the world’s most advanced telescope project faces a cultural revolt.

Aust exposure to Greek crisis 'minuscule'

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RBA boss Glenn Stevens says Australia's exposure to the Greek debt crisis and a potential default by Athens is "minuscule".

Washington firestorm scorches 3000 acres, burns 24 homes

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Wildfire is one of several burning in tinderbox conditions in Washington state, US.

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