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John Delaney draws 11 people to 2020 event – does he truly think he can win?

John Delaney draws 11 people to 2020 event – does he truly think he can win?

The former congressman has put $24m of his own cash into an increasingly quixotic presidential run – and he’s ploughing on despite a near total lack of supportJohn Delaney has poured a staggering $24m
Google loophole allows anti-abortion clinics to post deceptive ads

Google loophole allows anti-abortion clinics to post deceptive ads

‘Crisis pregnancy centers’ seek to discourage women from getting abortions by ‘deceiving them about services they do or do not offer’A new Google policy that was meant to rein in deceptive advertising
No sex please, we're British (stick insects)

No sex please, we're British (stick insects)

Phasmids hailing from New Zealand become asexual after arriving in the UK A New Zealand stick insect that migrated to the UK more than seven decades ago has given up having sex and become asexual,
Protesters set fire to parliament building in West Papua as tensions mount

Protesters set fire to parliament building in West Papua as tensions mount

Spark for the latest unrest related to simmering separatist movement appears to have been detention of scores of Papuan students Protestors in the West Papuan provincial capital of Manokwari have set
Tuvalu threatens to exit Australia's seasonal worker program after deputy PM's comments

Tuvalu threatens to exit Australia's seasonal worker program after deputy PM's comments

PM Enele Sopoaga responds to Michael McCormack’s belief that Pacific islands will survive climate crisis because they ‘pick our fruit’The prime minister of Tuvalu is considering pulling his country
Trump says he is looking at the idea of the US buying Greenland – video

Trump says he is looking at the idea of the US buying Greenland – video

US president Trump speaks to the media in New Jersey about the US buying Greenland from Denmark for strategic reasons. 'It's just something we talked about..so the concept came up... but it's not
Dutch take cycling to a new level, with world's biggest multistorey bike park

Dutch take cycling to a new level, with world's biggest multistorey bike park

In the Netherlands, where there are more bikes than people, serious money is being spent encouraging even more people to get on their bikesIn a nation with more bikes than people, finding a space to
Heritage body objects to plans for big salmon farm off Hebridean isle

Heritage body objects to plans for big salmon farm off Hebridean isle

National Trust for Scotland says fish farm could harm the environment and economyThe National Trust for Scotland has warned that a large salmon farm beside the Hebridean island of Canna could destroy
A third of home lenders don't check if borrowers owe money to others, Asic hearing told

A third of home lenders don't check if borrowers owe money to others, Asic hearing told

Landmark public hearing into responsible lending hears criticism of court ruling that threw out Westpac lawsuitAbout a third of lenders aren’t checking to see whether potential borrowers already owe
Here's what I learned from my privileged, western failure to go plastic-free for a month | Van Badham

Here's what I learned from my privileged, western failure to go plastic-free for a month | Van Badham

I tried to re-enact my nanna’s depression-mindset, zero-waste home, but no victory over plastic went unpunishedMy “plastic-free” July began with an idea to retain every piece of plastic waste I
'A second Trump': Bolsonaro's offensive rhetoric adds to Brazil's discomfort

'A second Trump': Bolsonaro's offensive rhetoric adds to Brazil's discomfort

Supporters say his tendency to speak freely is sincere – but detractors call it a PR disasterHe parleyed his way to Brazil’s presidency with a vote-winning barrage of scaremongering and bombast.But
Sydney lord mayor calls snap Pyrmont planning review an ‘astounding betrayal of trust’

Sydney lord mayor calls snap Pyrmont planning review an ‘astounding betrayal of trust’

Clover Moore warns NSW planning rules at stake after Berejiklian says suburb is ‘open for business and ready to be taken to the next level’The lord mayor of Sydney, Clover Moore, has warned that “the
Federal police fight court ruling a mobile phone is not a computer

Federal police fight court ruling a mobile phone is not a computer

AFP granted warrant to unlock smartphone but decision overturned on grounds device not covered by Crimes ActLAustralian federal police are fighting a federal court ruling that a smartphone is not
Iceland holds funeral for first glacier lost to climate change

Iceland holds funeral for first glacier lost to climate change

Nation commemorates the once huge Okjokull glacier with plaque that warns action is needed to prevent climate changeIceland has marked its first-ever loss of a glacier to climate change as scientists
Cold War sailor's 50-year-old message in a bottle found in Alaska

Cold War sailor's 50-year-old message in a bottle found in Alaska

Green bottle was discovered on a remote shoreline by a man collecting firewoodA man has discovered a 50-year-old letter in a bottle from the Russian Navy on the shores of western Alaska.Tyler Ivanoff
Austrian People's party promises to ban far-right Identitarians

Austrian People's party promises to ban far-right Identitarians

Centre-right MPs say the policy must be part of any coalition agreement after September’s electionsAustria’s centre-right People’s party has said it will insist on the banning of the far-right
UK restaurant diners snub pasta for hummus and jerk chicken

UK restaurant diners snub pasta for hummus and jerk chicken

Sector declines for sixth successive quarter but chains fare better than independents Restaurant diners are turning their noses up at Indian, Italian and Chinese establishments in favour of Middle
Prince Andrew 'appalled' by Epstein sex abuse claims

Prince Andrew 'appalled' by Epstein sex abuse claims

Royal makes statement following release of video showing him in paedophile’s mansion in 2010The Duke of York has said he is “appalled” by recent sex abuse claims surrounding his former friend Jeffrey
Trump confirms he is considering attempt to buy Greenland

Trump confirms he is considering attempt to buy Greenland

President says bid would be ‘essentially a real estate deal’Danish semi-autonomous territory has said it is not for sale Donald Trump has confirmed he is considering an attempt to buy Greenland for
Morning mail: Defence warning, Kabul wedding bombing, second Test draw

Morning mail: Defence warning, Kabul wedding bombing, second Test draw

Monday: Australia must diversify its allies as US military might weakens, report says. Plus: Australia maintains 1-0 lead in AshesGood morning, this is Stephen Smiley bringing you the main stories and