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Morning mail: Opal Tower warning, fish kill accusations, ocean warming

Morning mail: Opal Tower warning, fish kill accusations, ocean warming

Friday: Residents can expect defects in ‘hundreds’ of projects put up during NSW building boom. Plus: oceans warming more quickly than thoughtGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the
Japanese PM implores Britain not to leave EU without a deal

Japanese PM implores Britain not to leave EU without a deal

Shinzō Abe says ‘the whole world’ wants the UK to secure an agreementJapan’s prime minister has implored the UK not to leave the EU without an exit deal, saying it was “the wish of the whole world” to
EU investigates Nike's tax status in the Netherlands

EU investigates Nike's tax status in the Netherlands

Companies should not be able to reduce taxable profits to gain unfair advantage, says commissioner The European commission has opened an investigation into the tax treatment of Nike in the
Trump ally Steve King: I don't know how 'white supremacist' became offensive term

Trump ally Steve King: I don't know how 'white supremacist' became offensive term

The Republican congressman says the diverse Democratic party appears to be ‘no country for white men’A nine-term Republican congressman and close ally of Donald Trump known for making racially
Easter Island statues: mystery behind their location revealed

Easter Island statues: mystery behind their location revealed

Location of statues was based on nearby fresh water and other resources, says US studyThe huge stone figures of Easter Island have beguiled explorers, researchers and the wider world for centuries,
Family files lawsuit after being called 'ugly' in Christmas movie

Family files lawsuit after being called 'ugly' in Christmas movie

Setiam and Katherine Allah are suing Lifetime after their photo was used without permission in TV movie Christmas HarmonyUS cable channel Lifetime is being sued by a couple after they were called
Warming oceans likely to raise sea levels 30cm by end of century – study

Warming oceans likely to raise sea levels 30cm by end of century – study

Seawater temperature is rising faster than predicted, which is likely to worsen extreme weather events around the worldThe world’s oceans are warming at a faster rate than previously estimated, new
Extinct mammoths could be given protected status in bid to save elephants

Extinct mammoths could be given protected status in bid to save elephants

Proposal is intended to protect African elephants from being poached for their tusksThe long-extinct woolly mammoth could gain protected status in an unprecedented attempt to save the African elephant
Brian Grace obituary

Brian Grace obituary

My father, Brian Grace, who has died aged 88, overcame early disadvantages to forge a life revolving around his family, his work as an engineering inspector, and the betting shop – not always in that
Inside the office of missing migrant children – an animated video

Inside the office of missing migrant children – an animated video

More than 2,600 children were taken from their parents at the US border under the Trump administration's policy of family separation.Travelling from Guatemala, Tonita and her six-year-old son, Wilson,
El Chapo trial: cartel boss spied on wives and mistresses as FBI eavesdropped

El Chapo trial: cartel boss spied on wives and mistresses as FBI eavesdropped

Guzmán’s electronic life was revealed thanks to evidence from an undercover FBI agent and the IT fixer he recruitedThe recorded, wiretapped life of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán has dominated this week’s
Killed teenager Jayden Moodie's family say he had a 'huge heart'

Killed teenager Jayden Moodie's family say he had a 'huge heart'

Relatives of boy, 14, stabbed to death in east London criticise focus on gangs in mediaThe family of Jayden Moodie, who was stabbed to death in east London, have said he was a boy with a huge heart
US will expel every last Iranian boot from Syria, says Mike Pompeo

US will expel every last Iranian boot from Syria, says Mike Pompeo

Secretary of state seeks to reassure Middle East that US is not abandoning regionThe US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, has vowed the US and its allies will “expel every last Iranian boot” from Syria
Life on the breadline: 'Helping others might not be easy, but it's rewarding' | Mick Smart

Life on the breadline: 'Helping others might not be easy, but it's rewarding' | Mick Smart

During the holiday season we were unable to afford gift giving, or to travel and see family, but the new year brings new possibilities and a huge silver lining • About this seriesName: Mick SmartAge:
Oscars 2019 to have no host – but all the Avengers set to present

Oscars 2019 to have no host – but all the Avengers set to present

With Kevin Hart unlikely to be replaced, the Academy is planning a roster of high-profile presenters, including actors from Marvel’s franchiseFor some years, the Academy Awards have been seeking to
'If I have to I will': Donald Trump on declaring a national emergency – video

'If I have to I will': Donald Trump on declaring a national emergency – video

The US president was speaking to reporters outside the White House when he was asked for his thoughts on calling a national emergency, to which he replied: I'll probably do it, almost definitely.'
Mexico investigates battle between drug gangs that left at least 20 dead

Mexico investigates battle between drug gangs that left at least 20 dead

The bodies, some burned, found in the northern border town of Tamaulipas that’s convulsed by fighting to control drug traffickingMexican authorities are investigating a battle between two suspected
Mother and two boys suffocate in Nepal's latest 'period hut' tragedy

Mother and two boys suffocate in Nepal's latest 'period hut' tragedy

Practice of banishing women to small outbuildings during periods claims further victims despite country declaring practice illegal A woman and her two sons have suffocated to death in a windowless
UK councils invest £566m in arms firms implicated in Saudi's Yemen campaign

UK councils invest £566m in arms firms implicated in Saudi's Yemen campaign

Exclusive: workers’ pensions invested in five firms linked to conflict which has killed thousands of civilians More than half a billion pounds of council workers’ pension money has been directly
'If there is a wall in front of you, go through it,' says Trump in 2004 speech – video

'If there is a wall in front of you, go through it,' says Trump in 2004 speech – video

An old video of Donald Trump has been unearthed in which he says 'If there is a concrete wall in front of you, go through it'. The clip, unearthed by the Daily Show with Trevor Noah, shows Trump