Ground-breaking data from space telescope comes three years after it was decommissioned in 2018 when it ran out of fuel.
Children at an Adelaide nursery are learning the Barngarla language, whose last native speaker died 50 years ago.
Farmers and schoolchildren in Australia and New Zealand join global movement to improve health of world beneath our feet
Initiative aims to provide jobs and safeguard women in Sri Lanka, where sexual harassment is common on public transport.
Poisoned, electrocuted, shot with guns just for trying to find a meal – can elephants and humans co-exist in Sri Lanka?
Jose created a community library and donates books to children, believing that education can break the cycle of poverty.
Erected in 1708, the Hendala Leprosy Hospital once had 900 patients. Fewer than 30 remain.
The star of Mideast Minute talks about the power of satire and how some government officials and news outlets are lying.
The writer and expert on China’s gastronomy discusses her scepticism about applying Western standards to Chinese food.
By making its own antivenom, Sri Lanka could boost its technology capacity and become a model exporter for others.