The forecast this week and weekend looks mostly dry for those celebrating Guy Fawkes.
A rare solar eclipse is sweeping parts of North America, Europe and Africa allowing a view of the sun totally or partially blocked out by the moon.
The eclipse was first visible in the southern United States before sweeping east across the Atlantic Ocean and the African continent.
A quieter week in our part of the world, but not so for our friends in Europe this week, as a fierce storm caused widespread chaos throughout parts of the UK, France, the Netherlands and Belgium.
This weekend is looking sunnier, calmer and drier for the most part as air pressure evens out around the nation.
With daylight savings just weeks old, we're already getting reports from some people getting a wee bit too much exposure to our big yellow friend in the sky.
Nearly a third of the world's economic output will come from countries facing "high" to "extreme" risks from the impacts of climate change within 12 years, according to a new report.
Sun-starved residents of a remote Norwegian village unveiled an ingenious mirror system to bring natural light to their mountain valley home and liberate them from the darkness that envelops them six months a year.
Another burst of wind and rain is coming to New Zealand this week, but unlike last week it won't be as stormy with winds mostly below damaging and rain events fairly short lived.
The cleanup operation continued Tuesday, a day after a major Atlantic storm pummeled England, France, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and Denmark, killing at least 13 people.