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'You will have an emotional reboot': the ultimate guide to stress at every age

'You will have an emotional reboot': the ultimate guide to stress at every age

Every life stage brings its own pressures, from worrying about exams to juggling the needs of family. Here are the best coping tactics for each generationTriggers “Children are really the canaries in
Rosamund Pike: 'You never regret saying yes!'

Rosamund Pike: 'You never regret saying yes!'

From Bond girl to Gone Girl, Rosamund Pike’s versatility has seen her star in some massive blockbusters. Here, she talks about Syria, sleeping under the stars, and the perils of social media…Rosamund
Instagram: beware of bad influencers…

Instagram: beware of bad influencers…

The picture-sharing site and its ilk are full of celebs peddling products and not being open about what they get in return. Will regulation help?The sun-drenched beaches of Exuma gleamed as brightly
Yang Hengjun: lawyers denied access to Australian held in China

Yang Hengjun: lawyers denied access to Australian held in China

Authorities say Chinese-born writer refused to see legal team but secretive process means claim can not be verifiedTwo lawyers hired by the wife of an Australian detained in Beijing for suspected
Dam collapse: the desperate search at Brazil's 'ground zero'

Dam collapse: the desperate search at Brazil's 'ground zero'

More than 220 remain missing after an avalanche of liquid mining waste swept through the countryside of Minas GeraisHelicopters clattered overhead as teams of men and sniffer dogs picked their way
Labor MPs considering complaint against Liberals' Tim Wilson

Labor MPs considering complaint against Liberals' Tim Wilson

Economics committee chair accused of using inquiry to marshal opposition to ALP policyLabor members of parliament’s standing committee on economics are considering lodging a complaint with the Speaker
A new antitrust frontier – the issue closing partisan divides in the name of policing big tech

A new antitrust frontier – the issue closing partisan divides in the name of policing big tech

The left and the right are united in the pursuit of greater accountability and transparency from Silicon Valley’s power players The new head of a congressional antitrust panel has vowed to take on big
Will Venezuela oil sanctions be the silver bullet to fell Maduro regime?

Will Venezuela oil sanctions be the silver bullet to fell Maduro regime?

Drivers in the oil-rich country fear the pumps may soon run dry as US tightens economic screwOutside a service station in eastern Caracas, the queue for fuel stretches for blocks. Drivers know that
My partner’s teenage daughter has to be the centre of his attention | Dear Mariella

My partner’s teenage daughter has to be the centre of his attention | Dear Mariella

Seventeen-year-olds are good at triggering insecurities so stop being so easily provoked, says Mariella FrostrupThe dilemma I live with my partner of five years, who I adore, and his 17-year-old
We still don’t understand our EU neighbours | Letters

We still don’t understand our EU neighbours | Letters

Why can’t we get our heads around the fact that they do things differently across the Channel?Jeremy Cliffe’s article reminds me of my experience working on the European mainland (“Britons don’t grasp
Residents urged to leave bushfire near Victorian tourist town

Residents urged to leave bushfire near Victorian tourist town

Firefighters have concerns about Hepburn Springs as well as several towns in TasmaniaHomes were being threatened by a bushfire near the Victorian town of Timbarra in East Gippsland.An emergency
Ronny Jackson: Trump makes controversial doctor his chief medical adviser

Ronny Jackson: Trump makes controversial doctor his chief medical adviser

Pentagon is still investigating misconduct claims that scuppered rear admiral’s attempt to head Veterans AffairsPresident Donald Trump has appointed his former doctor to be his assistant and chief
Townsville dam floodgates fully opened, putting more homes at risk

Townsville dam floodgates fully opened, putting more homes at risk

Residents urged to seek higher ground as water surges at 2,000 cubic metres a minute from Ross river dam Residents in the Queensland city of Townsville – where up to 500 homes are already under water
Queen to be evacuated if Brexit turns ugly – reports

Queen to be evacuated if Brexit turns ugly – reports

Cold war plans revived to move royals to safe locations away from London if unrest follows no dealBritish officials have revived cold war emergency plans to relocate the royal family should there be
Final four children held on Nauru to be resettled with families in US

Final four children held on Nauru to be resettled with families in US

Prime minister claims removal of all children is a vindication of border policies but Greens say it is long overdueNo more asylum seeker children will be held on Nauru with the final four preparing to
Labour slumps in polls as Tories open biggest lead since general election

Labour slumps in polls as Tories open biggest lead since general election

Jeremy Corbyn’s party drops six points in latest poll to put Conservatives aheadThe Conservatives have recorded their biggest lead since the last general election after support for Labour slumped by
UK weather: England records its coldest night this winter

UK weather: England records its coldest night this winter

Chillingham Barns in Northumberland reaches a low of -11.7C while Braemar in the Scottish Highlands falls to -12.6CEngland had its coldest night of the winter so far as temperatures tumbled across the
Corbyn calls for snap election to help put an end to austerity

Corbyn calls for snap election to help put an end to austerity

Labour leader wants people bearing the brunt of ‘nine years of austerity’ to have their sayJeremy Corbyn has called for a snap general election during a meeting of anti-poverty charities in Glasgow.
Inside Theresa May's brain – cartoon

Inside Theresa May's brain – cartoon

The prime minister contemplates her next move Continue reading...
French 'yellow vests' march in Paris to denounce police violence

French 'yellow vests' march in Paris to denounce police violence

Protesters injured in previous weeks of violence put at the front of the protests in French capitalSeveral thousand “gilets jaunes” protesters have marched through Paris and other French cities on