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Why exercise alone won’t save us

Why exercise alone won’t save us

Sedentary lifestyles are killing us – we need to build activity into our everyday lives, not just leave it for the gym. By Vybarr Cregan-ReidThis is the time of year when trainers are mined from under
Dutton insists Neil Prakash is Fijian citizen, but Fiji PM says he 'cannot come here'

Dutton insists Neil Prakash is Fijian citizen, but Fiji PM says he 'cannot come here'

Voreqe Bainimarama says Isis recruiter will not be allowed into his country as Peter Dutton faces scrutiny over citizenship cancellationThe Fijian prime minister has declared the Australian-born Isis
Fragmenting nuclear arms controls leave world in a more dangerous place

Fragmenting nuclear arms controls leave world in a more dangerous place

US could withdraw from a second treaty while Vladimir Putin’s Russia promises a new generation of nuclear weaponsThe decision on whether or not to destroy the world came down to a humble Soviet duty
Far side of the moon: China's Chang'e 4 probe makes historic touchdown

Far side of the moon: China's Chang'e 4 probe makes historic touchdown

Lander sends back first close-up shot of previously unexplored side of the moon What could Chang’e 4 discover on the far side of the moon? A Chinese spacecraft has become the first to land on the far
Church of Scientology stabbing: one man dead after attack at Sydney headquarters

Church of Scientology stabbing: one man dead after attack at Sydney headquarters

A teenager has been arrested after a stabbing left one man dead and another injured A 24-year old man has died and a teenager has been arrested after two men were stabbed at the Church of
Tensions bubble up after China's 'Food God' pours scorn on hotpot dishes

Tensions bubble up after China's 'Food God' pours scorn on hotpot dishes

Famous restaurant critic in hot water after saying the beloved dish ‘totally lacks cultural significance’ and isn’t deliciousA famed restaurant critic and TV personality, known as the “Food God” of
Bernie Sanders says he was not aware of claims of sexism in 2016  campaign

Bernie Sanders says he was not aware of claims of sexism in 2016 campaign

‘We will do better’: Senator responds to reports that former female staffers experienced pay discrimination and harassmentSenator Bernie Sanders has said he was not aware of allegations of sexism and
North Korean ambassador to Italy in hiding, South Korean MP says

North Korean ambassador to Italy in hiding, South Korean MP says

Jo Song-gil reportedly seeking asylum after fleeing embassy in Rome in NovemberA South Korean MP has confirmed that North Korea’s acting ambassador to Italy, Jo Song-gil, has gone into hiding, after
Netflix row: Hasan Minhaj pokes fun at removal of show criticising Saudi Arabia

Netflix row: Hasan Minhaj pokes fun at removal of show criticising Saudi Arabia

Comic suggests efforts to ban his Patriot Act episode have backfired and urges fans to help crisis in YemenThe comedian Hasan Minhaj has spoken out after Netflix took down an episode of his satirical
Channel crossings: two arrested as suspected people smugglers

Channel crossings: two arrested as suspected people smugglers

Iranian and Briton held on suspicion of arranging passage as home secretary faces criticism over responseAn Iranian national and a British man have been arrested on suspicion of arranging the “illegal
Bob Einstein, comedy writer and Curb Your Enthusiasm actor, dies aged 76

Bob Einstein, comedy writer and Curb Your Enthusiasm actor, dies aged 76

Performer known for playing Marty Funkhouser on Larry David comedy praised as ‘amazing, unforgettable’Bob Einstein, the veteran comedy writer and performer known for The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour,
Teen's round-the-world yacht Wild Eyes found floating eight years after boat abandoned

Teen's round-the-world yacht Wild Eyes found floating eight years after boat abandoned

Yacht spotted near Kangaroo Island off South Australian coast after being abandoned by 16-year-old sailor Abby Sunderland in 2010Eight and a half years after it was abandoned in the middle of the
Trump and top lawmakers fail to resolve shutdown after meeting

Trump and top lawmakers fail to resolve shutdown after meeting

Nancy Pelosi said Democrats will still vote on Thursday despite impasse at ‘border security briefing’Donald Trump and top congressional leaders failed to resolve a partial government shutdown that has
Parkland commission recommends teachers be allowed to carry guns

Parkland commission recommends teachers be allowed to carry guns

Commission unanimously approved 446-page report containing the proposed policy and other changes to ‘harden’ schoolsThe commission investigating the high school massacre in Parkland, Florida has
Mexican experts discover first temple of god depicted as skinned human corpse

Mexican experts discover first temple of god depicted as skinned human corpse

Two skull-like stone carvings and a stone trunk depicting the Flayed Lord were found during excavation in Puebla stateMexican experts say they have found the first temple of the Flayed Lord, a
Apple stocks tumble after company cuts forecasts for key quarter

Apple stocks tumble after company cuts forecasts for key quarter

Tim Cook cites unforeseen magnitude of economic slowdown in China in a letter to shareholders explaining the changeApple cut its sales forecasts for its key end of year period on Wednesday, citing the
US ambassador visits ex-marine held in Russia on spy charges

US ambassador visits ex-marine held in Russia on spy charges

Embassy in Moscow offers help to arrested US citizen during meeting in ex-KGB prisonThe US ambassador to Russia, Jon Huntsman, has visited a former marine in a Moscow prison where he is being held on
Family mourn boy, aged two, killed by farm machinery in Warrnambool

Family mourn boy, aged two, killed by farm machinery in Warrnambool

‘Happy-go-lucky’ Darcy Membrey was with his father when a fertiliser spreader collapsed on himThe family of a much-loved “happy-go-lucky” young Victorian boy are in mourning after a fertiliser
First close-ups of Ultima Thule reveal it resembles dark red snowman

First close-ups of Ultima Thule reveal it resembles dark red snowman

Images of rock on the edge of the solar system were taken on the most distant flyby in historyNasa’s New Horizons spacecraft has beamed home its first close-up images of Ultima Thule, a lump of rock
British MPs seek access to detained Saudi activists amid torture claims

British MPs seek access to detained Saudi activists amid torture claims

All-party group and lawyers concerned for eight women allegedly mistreated in Saudi Arabia prisonA cross-party group of British parliamentarians and international lawyers is requesting the right to