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German riverbank to be excavated in search for missing child

German riverbank to be excavated in search for missing child

Police investigating disappearance of British toddler 36 years ago to search site near to where she was last seenMilitary police are to lead a renewed search for the daughter of a British soldier who
Medicare change to give greater dialysis access to remote Indigenous Australians

Medicare change to give greater dialysis access to remote Indigenous Australians

Move is welcomed as a lifeline for the growing health crisis of Indigenous kidney diseaseSign up to receive the top stories from Guardian Australia every morningThe federal government has added
First person convicted under Malaysia's fake news law

First person convicted under Malaysia's fake news law

Danish national wrongly accused police of slow response after Palestinian lecturer was killedA Malaysian court has convicted a Danish citizen over inaccurate criticism of police on social media, the
Canada's Trump moment? Doug Ford rises in conservative party

Canada's Trump moment? Doug Ford rises in conservative party

Brother of late Toronto mayor is favourite to become next provincial leader in Ontario, sparking debate as to whether divisive politics that rattled US have headed northHe is a businessman turned
Scott Morrison refuses to guarantee budget surpluses of at least 1% GDP

Scott Morrison refuses to guarantee budget surpluses of at least 1% GDP

Bill Shorten accuses Coalition of planning ‘desperate pre-election cash splash’ • Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon Scott Morrison has refused to guarantee that the
Ten journalists among 36 killed in Afghanistan attacks

Ten journalists among 36 killed in Afghanistan attacks

Nine journalists killed while reporting on first of twin blasts in Kabul, while BBC reporter shot dead in Khost provinceWho are the journalists who died?Ten journalists have died in Afghanistan in a
Arlene Foster hits out at Michel Barnier over Irish border

Arlene Foster hits out at Michel Barnier over Irish border

DUP leader says Brexit negotiator does not understand Northern Ireland’s unionist cultureThe leader of the DUP has said the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator “does not understand” the unionist history or
US stops caravan of Central American asylum seekers

US stops caravan of Central American asylum seekers

Border officials tell people in ‘Stations of the Cross caravan’ it does not have room for them Nearly 200 Central American people who have been travelling north through Mexico for a month with the aim
Colombian civilians caught in crossfire as rebel factions fill violent vacuum

Colombian civilians caught in crossfire as rebel factions fill violent vacuum

Farc guerrillas signed a peace deal last year but in places such as Catatumbo armed groups are wreaking bloody havoc in their absenceGuilfredo Villegas was driving through the Colombian town of San
The new food: meet the startups racing to reinvent the meal

The new food: meet the startups racing to reinvent the meal

Lab-grown meat and food-tech companies in the US are showing that applying science to what we eat can save the world and make money “If you make food that tastes really good, you win,” says Josh
'Sidelined' China seeks to maintain influence as ties between North Korea and US improve

'Sidelined' China seeks to maintain influence as ties between North Korea and US improve

Improved relations between the former foes could dramatically alter the power structure in the region, leaving Beijing on the outsideDuring North and South Korea’s historic summit on Friday, China was
Hand-drawn Beijing: electric cars and imaginary temples – in pictures

Hand-drawn Beijing: electric cars and imaginary temples – in pictures

After 1,385 kilometres wandering the streets and more than 1,000 hours of drawing, British artist Fuller has produced an incredibly detailed vision of Beijing that takes us from looming coal plants to
UN suspends key witness in alleged sexual assault inquiry

UN suspends key witness in alleged sexual assault inquiry

Miriam Maluwa put on administrative leave after giving evidence to support claims against UNAids deputy directorA key witness in a sexual assault investigation involving a UN assistant secretary
'Enough is enough': Craig Laundy says employers must organise like unions

'Enough is enough': Craig Laundy says employers must organise like unions

Workplace relations minister asks business to help convince workers to back CoalitionSign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon Craig Laundy says the Coalition has failed to
Sophie Mirabella case: Ken Wyatt says former MP approached him to get 'evidence right'

Sophie Mirabella case: Ken Wyatt says former MP approached him to get 'evidence right'

Minister tells defamation hearing he told Mirabella the comment was ‘inappropriate’The federal aged care minister, Ken Wyatt, says he was approached by former Liberal colleague Sophie Mirabella to get
Monday briefing: Rudd blown away by Windrush

Monday briefing: Rudd blown away by Windrush

Home secretary quits over mishandling of immigration policy … US in uproar about Michelle Wolf’s jokes … Art museum where 60% of paintings are fake Good morning. I’m Martin Farrer and these are the
Little evidence of harmony with nature in Falklands - Country diary 4 May 1968

Little evidence of harmony with nature in Falklands - Country diary 4 May 1968

4 May 1968 An adjunct of the New World settled in almost modem times, man’s relationship with the land is still in its infancyIn Europe landscapes are usually the joint works of Nature and mankind.
Gonski individual learning plan will need big school funding boost, union says

Gonski individual learning plan will need big school funding boost, union says

The peak teacher union says the government must properly fund schools to implement Gonski’s education overhaul • Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noonThe landmark second
Missile attack on Syria kills pro-Assad fighters, say observers

Missile attack on Syria kills pro-Assad fighters, say observers

Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says Israel likely to have carried out strike on arms depotAn overnight missile attack in Syria’s northern region has killed 26 pro-government fighters, mostly
Alinta announces official bid for AGL's Liddell coal power station

Alinta announces official bid for AGL's Liddell coal power station

Hong Kong’s Alinta says it has made a nonbinding offer, but AGL says it has not received the bid • Sign up to receive the top stories every morningThe Hong Kong owned energy retailer Alinta Energy