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Closing the Gap 'refresh': Coalition accused of ignoring Indigenous Australians

Closing the Gap 'refresh': Coalition accused of ignoring Indigenous Australians

Law expert says Indigenous voice to parliament the most meaningful change as government tries to ‘refresh’ failing targetsThe federal government is calling for more Indigenous consultation in its
Lifesavers fear flag warnings ignored after second death at same beach in a week

Lifesavers fear flag warnings ignored after second death at same beach in a week

Beachgoers reminded to swim between the flags after man drowns at Woolamai beach on Phillip Island a week after Hemant Govekar Lifesavers fear people are ignoring signs to swim between the flags after
Why Wednesday? The days of the week have a convoluted religious heritage | Margaret Clunies Ross

Why Wednesday? The days of the week have a convoluted religious heritage | Margaret Clunies Ross

The Romans may have got the ball rolling with a seven-day week adopted by the early church, but weekday names in English owe as much to Anglo-Saxon godsThe origins of our days of the week lie with the
Nine deaths reported after rival gangs battle in Brazilian prison

Nine deaths reported after rival gangs battle in Brazilian prison

Attackers set mattresses on fire and burned bodies of those killed, authorities sayInmates from rival gangs battled at a prison in Goias state on Monday, leaving nine dead and 14 injured, authorities
Manchester attack: poet Tony Walsh gifts ode to region for good causes

Manchester attack: poet Tony Walsh gifts ode to region for good causes

Licensing deal means businesses using This is the Place must donate to charity that funds thousands of local projectsThe poem that became a proud symbol of Greater Manchester after the arena bomb
1989 Miss America named new chair of Miss America Organization

1989 Miss America named new chair of Miss America Organization

Gretchen Carlson, a former Fox News anchor, joins board of directors, with three other past pageant winners also appointedThe new chair of the Miss America Organization’s board of directors was named
US teenager held after parents and sister shot dead on New Year's Eve

US teenager held after parents and sister shot dead on New Year's Eve

Boy, 16, used semi-automatic rifle to shoot and kill three relatives and family friend half an hour before midnight, police sayA 16-year-old New Jersey boy armed with a semi-automatic rifle shot and
Victorian opposition stokes rhetoric on alleged African youth gang crime

Victorian opposition stokes rhetoric on alleged African youth gang crime

John Pesutto says the Andrews government is ignoring a ‘real crisis’, despite police warnings that referring to ‘gangs’ is counter-productive The Victorian opposition has characterised African youth
New year's attacks take stabbing death toll in London in 2017 to 80

New year's attacks take stabbing death toll in London in 2017 to 80

Three men aged 17 to 20 die after separate knife attacks in 15-hour period around capital and another man dies in early hours of 2018 Four young men were stabbed to death at the turn of the year in
Morning mail: Donald Trump launches tirade at Pakistan

Morning mail: Donald Trump launches tirade at Pakistan

Tuesday: US president accuses Pakistan of providing a ‘safe haven’ for terrorists. Plus: Hollywood stars launch campaign against sexual harassmentGood morning, welcome back after the holiday break.
'I have nightmares': people threatened with deportation reveal what happened next

'I have nightmares': people threatened with deportation reveal what happened next

Last year, the Guardian revealed the plight of several people threatened with imminent deportation from the UK. We revisit them for an update on their plight Continue reading...
US study finds 1 in 10 youth experience some form of homelessness

US study finds 1 in 10 youth experience some form of homelessness

Survey polled more than 26,000 young people over two yearsTotal includes those who have couch-surfed or been kicked out of homeOne in 10 young adults aged 18 to 25 in the US have slept on the streets,
Palestinian girl filmed slapping Israeli soldier is charged with assault

Palestinian girl filmed slapping Israeli soldier is charged with assault

Ahed Tamimi, 16, hailed as a hero by Palestinians after arrest over viral video showing her physically confronting soldierA 16-year-old Palestinian girl who was arrested after being filmed slapping an
Indigenous children’s commissioner rejects out-of-home care targets

Indigenous children’s commissioner rejects out-of-home care targets

Exclusive: Victoria’s Andrew Jackamos argues hard targets could put lives at risk by leaving children in danger The outgoing Aboriginal children’s commissioner in Victoria opposes hard limits on the
Dubai Frame: UAE's latest surreal landmark frames a controversy

Dubai Frame: UAE's latest surreal landmark frames a controversy

Architect’s ‘stolen building’ accusation overshadows opening of 50-storey portal almost a decade after it was first designedHome to the tallest skyscraper, the largest shopping mall and the longest
New push to make England's longest cycle tunnel a reality

New push to make England's longest cycle tunnel a reality

Campaigners say they could enhance West Yorkshire’s health and economy by converting an old railway lineA campaign has accelerated to turn a disused railway line in Yorkshire into England’s longest
'Nothing but lies and deceit': Trump launches Twitter attack on Pakistan

'Nothing but lies and deceit': Trump launches Twitter attack on Pakistan

US president tweets saying Pakistan is providing ‘safe haven to terrorists’ and America was ‘foolish’ to give $33bn in aidDonald Trump has accused Pakistan of “lies and deceit”, saying America was
Iran knows how to silence protests. If only it knew how to listen | Azadeh Moaveni

Iran knows how to silence protests. If only it knew how to listen | Azadeh Moaveni

The state can deal with sporadic rage. But what it always fails to do is address the economic and political grievances of young people on the streetsIn Kermanshah, a Kurdish town in Iran’s north-west,
Man arrested over murder of Iuliana Tudos in Finsbury Park

Man arrested over murder of Iuliana Tudos in Finsbury Park

Thirty-one-year-old man detained in connection with death of woman who went missing in north London on Christmas EveA man has been arrested in connection with the murder of Iuliana Tudos, whose body
Storm Eleanor: Britain facing 80mph winds in gusty start to 2018

Storm Eleanor: Britain facing 80mph winds in gusty start to 2018

Weather warnings issued for parts of UK, including coastal alerts due to dangers posed by high waves hitting the shoreBritain is to experience wind gusts of up to 80mph as Storm Eleanor approaches,