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Bulk carrier leaking oil on Solomons Islands reef after running aground

Bulk carrier leaking oil on Solomons Islands reef after running aground

Cyclone delays cleanup after MV Solomon Trader ran aground in rough seas at Kangava Bay, near world heritage siteThe Solomon Islands prime minister has asked Australia for emergency help cleaning up
Rod Rosenstein, key figure behind Mueller inquiry, expected to step down in mid-March

Rod Rosenstein, key figure behind Mueller inquiry, expected to step down in mid-March

Justice department says deputy attorney general who brought in special counsel is likely to leave in mid-MarchRod Rosenstein, the US deputy attorney general who appointed a special counsel to
California leads 16-state lawsuit over Trump's emergency declaration

California leads 16-state lawsuit over Trump's emergency declaration

Coalition accuses president of ‘robbing taxpayer funds’ Legal challenge that could slow progress of border wall A coalition of 16 US states led by California has launched legal action against Donald
Police search for missing UK and French tourists at New South Wales beach

Police search for missing UK and French tourists at New South Wales beach

Items belonging to Hugo Palmer and Erwan Ferrieux found at Shelley beach near Port MacquarieA British tourist and a French tourist are missing at a beach on the New South Wales mid-north
Justin Trudeau's top adviser resigns as 'political meddling' scandal widens

Justin Trudeau's top adviser resigns as 'political meddling' scandal widens

Exit by Gerald Butts comes days after veterans affairs minister resigned from CabinetPrime Minister Justin Trudeau’s top adviser has resigned while denying allegations that he pressured Canada’s
Huawei founder: US cannot crush technology firm

Huawei founder: US cannot crush technology firm

Ren Zhengfei hits back at criminal indictments he calls politically motivated The US cannot crush Huawei, the company’s founder has insisted, as he hit back against criminal indictments levelled at
Gene therapy could treat rare brain disorder in unborn babies

Gene therapy could treat rare brain disorder in unborn babies

Doctors could use Crispr tool to inject benign virus into foetus’s brain to ‘switch on’ key genesScientists are developing a radical form of gene therapy that could cure a devastating medical disorder
Labor demands investigation into ministers Cash and Keenan over AFP raid on AWU – politics live

Labor demands investigation into ministers Cash and Keenan over AFP raid on AWU – politics live

Earlier Mathias Cormann admitted he books holidays by calling CEO of travel company, who is also Liberal party treasurer, directly. All the day’s events live 6.37am GMT Would it even be Australia if
George Mendonsa, The Kissing Sailor in famous photograph, dies at 95

George Mendonsa, The Kissing Sailor in famous photograph, dies at 95

Alfred Eisenstaedt photographed sailor kissing Greta Friedman in Times Square at the end of the second world warGeorge Mendonsa, the sailor who was captured in a famous photograph kissing a woman in
Paladin controversy prompts renewed scrutiny of $591m Nauru deal

Paladin controversy prompts renewed scrutiny of $591m Nauru deal

Brisbane firm Canstruct had limited experience running garrison and welfare services when it bid for Nauru contractControversy surrounding the awarding of a $423m Manus Island contract to the security
Eight-year-old drag racer Anita Board was going too fast before fatal crash, inquest told

Eight-year-old drag racer Anita Board was going too fast before fatal crash, inquest told

Crash at Perth Motorplex compounded by erroneously ‘doing what an adult told her to do’, court told An eight-year-old girl who died after crashing her drag racer in Perth was going too fast when an
Aurora man who makes crosses for shooting victims puts five in hometown

Aurora man who makes crosses for shooting victims puts five in hometown

Five people died and six were injured in Illinois shootingGreg Zanis has crossed America placing shooting memorialsA man who has delivered more than 26,000 white crosses to sites around the US,
China rejects Australian parliament cyber attack claims as 'baseless' and 'irresponsible'

China rejects Australian parliament cyber attack claims as 'baseless' and 'irresponsible'

Foreign ministry spokesman says speculation and sanctions will only ‘poison the atmosphere for cooperation’China has hit back at suggestions it was behind a sophisticated cyber attack on Australia’s
Cabinet ministers tell May: stop using no-deal threat to negotiate

Cabinet ministers tell May: stop using no-deal threat to negotiate

MPs tell PM to rule option out, as Brexit secretary and attorney general hold talks with EUFour cabinet ministers have demanded the prime minister stop using the threat of a no-deal Brexit as a
Sajid Javid warns EU counterparts of joint policing 'disruption'

Sajid Javid warns EU counterparts of joint policing 'disruption'

Minister says no deal is in place for extradition, data sharing and arrest warrants after BrexitThe home secretary, Sajid Javid, has urged his EU counterparts to prepare for the eventuality that
Ditch Maduro or lose everything, Trump tells Venezuelan army

Ditch Maduro or lose everything, Trump tells Venezuelan army

President speaks to US-based Venezuelans in MiamiMaduro accuses Trump of ‘almost Nazi style’ languageDonald Trump has directly appealed to the Venezuelan military to support opposition leader Juan
New York to ban hairstyle policies that discriminate against black people

New York to ban hairstyle policies that discriminate against black people

Human rights commission rules, believed to be first in US, target company and school policies that ban dreadlocks and other stylesNew York City will ban discrimination based on hairstyles, a rule
Hillsborough trial: 'officer did not discuss consequences of opening gate'

Hillsborough trial: 'officer did not discuss consequences of opening gate'

David Duckenfield gave no orders before or shortly after issuing command, court told The South Yorkshire police officer in command of the 1989 FA Cup semi-final at Hillsborough gave no orders before
London social housing block residents warn of 'death trap' conditions

London social housing block residents warn of 'death trap' conditions

Water-soaked electrics, severe damp and lift breakdowns in flats built by A2DominionResidents of a six-year-old block of flats in south-west London are warning that they are living in a “death trap”
Catholic diocese of Oakland releases list of 45 men accused of sexual abuse

Catholic diocese of Oakland releases list of 45 men accused of sexual abuse

Twenty names on list are priests, others deacons and brothersCredibility of Catholic church at stake in sexual abuse summitThe Catholic diocese of Oakland has released the names of 45 priests, deacons