Wednesday January 18, 2006AFTER just six months in Parliament, Barnaby Joyce is no stranger to the chill wind of disapproval from his own side of politics. But in coming weeks, any frostiness felt by the maverick Queensland Nationals senator will be emanating from the ice floes of the Antarctic rather than his Coalition colleagues.
Wednesday January 18, 2006FOR Matthew Chapman, running up to 250 kilometres through some of the world's most inhospitable places is all about achieving balance in his life.
Wednesday January 18, 2006A PLAN to refuel the Sea Shepherd ship, the Farley Mowat, in the sub-Antarctic has failed, forcing it to pull out of its month-long chase after the Japanese whaling fleet.
Monday January 16, 2006A CLOSE encounter between Greenpeace and a harpoon has sharpened tensions over whaling off the Australian Antarctic Territory.
Monday January 16, 2006A CLOSE encounter between Greenpeace activists and a Japanese harpoon has sharpened tensions over whaling in the Southern Ocean.
Thursday January 12, 2006JAPAN'S whaling organisation is using video footage to blame Greenpeace for the collision in Antarctic waters on Sunday between the whaling factory ship Nisshin Maru and the environment organisation's Arctic Sunrise.
Wednesday January 11, 2006JAPAN has demanded that the Netherlands rein in Greenpeace to stop the escalating conflict between whalers and environmental activists in the Antarctic.
Tuesday January 10, 2006JAPAN will consider scrambling police aircraft to the Antarctic to defend its whaling fleet and may ask Australia to act against Greenpeace, as anti-whaling protests intensify in the Southern Ocean.
Tuesday January 10, 2006JAPAN will consider scrambling police aircraft to the Antarctic to defend its whaling fleet and may ask Australia to act against Greenpeace.
Sunday January 8, 2006From the Antarctic to Venice, everywhere has a special time when it's at its best, writes Danielle Teutsch.
Friday January 6, 2006IT HAD the makings of one of the great Antarctic adventures: the first solo circumnavigation by rowing boat.
Friday January 6, 2006IT MIGHT have been one of the greatest Antarctic adventures: the first solo circumnavigation by rowing boat.
Tuesday January 3, 2006AUSTRALIAN researchers launched one of their largest expeditions yesterday, sailing for the Antarctic to record for the first time the sounds of minke whales.
Tuesday January 3, 2006A TANKER, not a warship, has reached the Japanese whaling fleet in the Southern Ocean to resupply the fleet inside the Antarctic Treaty's nature reserve.
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