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Kathleen Folbigg to testify at inquiry into convictions for killing her four babies

Kathleen Folbigg to testify at inquiry into convictions for killing her four babies

NSW woman jailed in 2003 will give evidence about her diary entries at the judicial review of her caseKathleen Megan Folbigg, who was found guilty of killing her four babies in the decade from 1989,
Grieving, exhausted, Christchurch tentatively returns to work after massacre

Grieving, exhausted, Christchurch tentatively returns to work after massacre

Three days after the mosque shooting, faces are etched with exhaustion following a weekend of sleepless nights and griefIt was a Monday morning unlike any other the city had seen before. Residents of
Cyclone Idai death toll in Mozambique 'could rise above 1,000'

Cyclone Idai death toll in Mozambique 'could rise above 1,000'

President describes scale of disaster as huge, as Red Cross says most of Beira damaged or destroyedMore than 1,000 people are feared dead in a devastating cyclone that hit Mozambique on Friday, the
Indonesia reportedly calls in Australian ambassador over Anning comments – as it happened

Indonesia reportedly calls in Australian ambassador over Anning comments – as it happened

Prime minister says cabinet has made a decision about gun law reform but details are yet to be announcedFull story: Jacinda Ardern says cabinet as agreed in principle gun reform‘Incredibly proud’:
Police investigating cause of deadly St Patrick's Day crush

Police investigating cause of deadly St Patrick's Day crush

Two boys aged 16 and 17 and girl, 17, die in incident outside hotel in Northern IrelandPolice in Northern Ireland are investigating how a queue for a St Patrick’s Day disco turned into a crush that
Social media addiction should be seen as a disease, MPs say

Social media addiction should be seen as a disease, MPs say

UK report suggests sites such as Facebook and Instagram could be harming mental healthSocial media addiction should be considered a disease, MPs have said, in a sign of the pressures facing technology
Brexit fears dampen spring property revival as asking prices fall

Brexit fears dampen spring property revival as asking prices fall

UK’s average asking price 0.8% lower than a year ago, says RightmoveBrexit anxiety has all but killed the traditional spring property revival, pushing down asking prices across the UK by 0.8% in the
John Howard and Tony Abbott condemn NSW Labor over deal with Shooters party

John Howard and Tony Abbott condemn NSW Labor over deal with Shooters party

Howard says if ALP wins state election, gun control would be at risk at ‘great cost to community safety’John Howard and Tony Abbott have joined criticism of Labor’s preference deal with the Shooters,
Counter-terrorism police raid two NSW homes in relation to Christchurch attack

Counter-terrorism police raid two NSW homes in relation to Christchurch attack

Properties near Coffs Harbour and Maclean searched, including the home of the sister of the suspect in the mosque shootingsCounter-terrorism police have raided two homes on the New South Wales
Peter Dutton claims Greens 'just as bad' as Fraser Anning on Christchurch attack

Peter Dutton claims Greens 'just as bad' as Fraser Anning on Christchurch attack

Home affairs minister accuses both of trying to extract a political advantage from the mosque shootingsPeter Dutton has accused the Greens of being “just as bad” as extreme nationalist senator Fraser
'Bring back Jeanine Pirro': Trump defends Fox host after show goes off air

'Bring back Jeanine Pirro': Trump defends Fox host after show goes off air

Absence follows furore over comments about Ilhan OmarPresident: ‘Fox must stay strong and fight back with vigour’Before attending church on Sunday, Donald Trump defended a Fox News host who was taken
Dick Dale, godfather of surf guitar, dies aged 81

Dick Dale, godfather of surf guitar, dies aged 81

Pioneering musician was known for 1962 hit Misirlou, the theme from Pulp Fiction • Dick Dale: the surf guitar king whose wave kept on rollingThe guitarist Dick Dale, the pioneer of surf rock known for
New Zealand attack: cabinet meets to work on gun law changes

New Zealand attack: cabinet meets to work on gun law changes

Firearm regulation must change in wake of attack says prime minster Jacinda ArdernNew Zealand’s cabinet will meet on Monday morning to begin work to change gun laws, as the country continued to
May in make-or-break bid to gain DUP support for her Brexit deal

May in make-or-break bid to gain DUP support for her Brexit deal

Third meaningful vote unlikely this week unless PM believes she has enough support to winTheresa May will embark on a final desperate scramble to win the Democratic Unionist party’s backing for her
Morning mail: Christchurch hero, emissions funding waste, Joe Biden candidacy

Morning mail: Christchurch hero, emissions funding waste, Joe Biden candidacy

Monday: Worshipper at mosque chased gunman away. Plus: Former vice-president appears to confirm campaign for White House Good morning, this is Helen Sullivan bringing you the main stories and
Republicans resurface Beto O’Rourke DUI mugshot in St Patrick's Day attack

Republicans resurface Beto O’Rourke DUI mugshot in St Patrick's Day attack

GOP tweeted presidential candidate’s mugshot emblazoned with a green leprechaun’s hat and the words ‘please drink responsibly’In an attempt to celebrate St Patrick’s Day and attack a political rival,
Facing up to the challenge of violence and gangs | Letters

Facing up to the challenge of violence and gangs | Letters

Readers discuss tackling knife crime in the face of cuts to police and youth servicesSally Weale shines a light on the British Red Cross initiative Life Not Knife (‘It’s about confidence’: pupils
Mosque attacks and the narrative of exclusion | Letters

Mosque attacks and the narrative of exclusion | Letters

Guardian readers respond to the Christchurch shootingsJonathan Freedland (We must confront the right’s hate preachers, 16 March) is right to castigate Viktor Orbán, Matteo Salvini and Donald Trump for
Being bilingual makes Wales more open-minded | Letters

Being bilingual makes Wales more open-minded | Letters

Eleri Jones says the Welsh are often wrongly thought to share the English disdain for language learningIn Steven Poole’s review of the book Four Words for Friend: Why Using More Than One Language
The Guardian view on Xinjiang’s detention camps: not just China’s shame | Editorial

The Guardian view on Xinjiang’s detention camps: not just China’s shame | Editorial

Vast numbers of Uighurs and other Muslim minorities are being held in detention. The world must speak outAn “A-list” comedian, well-known singers, scholars, pensioners and civil servants – the list of