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How Australia finally started to care about asylum seekers and refugees on Nauru

How Australia finally started to care about asylum seekers and refugees on Nauru

A change in sentiment has been driven by doctors, charities, human rights groups and social welfare bodiesAt some point this week the Nauru issue broke through a barrier. Mental illness among the 650
The Coming Back Out Ball – in pictures

The Coming Back Out Ball – in pictures

Photographer Meredith O’Shea visited the Coming Back Out Ball, an event celebrating LGBTI elders in Melbourne. The event was created and produced by All the Queens Men, which creates theatrical and
'Why is that racist?' Trump greets young black leaders with freewheeling rant

'Why is that racist?' Trump greets young black leaders with freewheeling rant

The president’s speech to African American millennial supporters was rambling and toe-curling. But he and his audience loved itPut a 72-year-old man with a white supremacy problem in front of an
Labor MP says Greens a 'vanity project' and opposition must steal votes back from the left

Labor MP says Greens a 'vanity project' and opposition must steal votes back from the left

Andrew Giles criticises view Labor should abandon some far-left voters ahead of showdown at national conference A Labor MP says the Greens are a “vanity project” that, at best, influences the “social
Budget to offer business rates relief for small shops

Budget to offer business rates relief for small shops

Chancellor’s move should give breathing space to high street retailers squeezed by online rivalsThe chancellor will cut business rates bills by a third for almost half a million small high street
Hannah Gadsby: 'I’m still struggling with how Americans make tea'

Hannah Gadsby: 'I’m still struggling with how Americans make tea'

The acclaimed comic talks about Nanette’s legacy, her friendship with Emma Thompson, Louis CK’s comeback and how to dress like her on HalloweenEarly in 2018, Hannah Gadsby arrived in the US to perform
Reward offered about death of Canadian drug company billionaire and wife

Reward offered about death of Canadian drug company billionaire and wife

Lawyer offers C$10m for information leading to prosecution about deaths of Barry and Honey Sherman, which police originally called a murder-suicideA Canadian lawyer has announced a reward for
Roar deal: tiny lion cub found caged in Marseille garage

Roar deal: tiny lion cub found caged in Marseille garage

Lion cub, about two months old, second to be seized by French authorities this week French customs agents have discovered a lion cub in a car garage in the southern city of Marseille, they said on
Institute of Public Affairs blasts Coalition's 'un-Liberal' energy policies

Institute of Public Affairs blasts Coalition's 'un-Liberal' energy policies

Exclusive: IPA’s John Roskam says government should ‘stop all subsidies to coal, wind and anything else’The Institute of Public Affairs has blasted the Morrison government’s “big stick” in energy
Coalition embraces economic vandalism with worst possible energy policy | Alex Turnbull

Coalition embraces economic vandalism with worst possible energy policy | Alex Turnbull

We joked the ACCC’s good advice could be turned into a policy to subsidise companies that own coal. Turns out that’s what happenedWhen I saw the government’s latest energy policy proposal, I was
Facebook deletes Iran-linked pages over effort to sow discord among US voters

Facebook deletes Iran-linked pages over effort to sow discord among US voters

Dozens of accounts posting politically charged content reached more than a million users, company says Facebook has uncovered and deleted dozens of accounts and pages originating in Iran that were
Ten ways the chancellor could budget for a big NHS spending increase | Richard Partington

Ten ways the chancellor could budget for a big NHS spending increase | Richard Partington

Philip Hammond will have to come up with extra funds for Theresa May’s £20bn pledgeBritish taxpayers will soon learn how the government plans to finance Theresa May’s pledge to increase spending on
'Americans must unify': Trump confirms arrest of pipe bomb suspect – video

'Americans must unify': Trump confirms arrest of pipe bomb suspect – video

Donald Trump announces the arrest of a man over the mailing of packages containing suspected explosives to high-level Democrats. Cesar Sayoc was arrested at an auto parts shop in Plantation, Florida,
Swedish military tight-lipped over 'submarine' spotted near capital

Swedish military tight-lipped over 'submarine' spotted near capital

Swedish MPs were not informed of alleged sighting of submarine by teenagers near Stockholm in JuneSwedish politicians are seeking answers after reports emerged of the sighting of a submarine in
Pipe bombs suspect Cesar Sayoc charged with five federal crimes – live updates

Pipe bombs suspect Cesar Sayoc charged with five federal crimes – live updates

Sayoc, 56, from Aventura, faces up to 58 years in prisonTwo more suspicious packages discovered in US on FridaySign up to the Guardian’s new US morning briefing 12.57am BST Minutes after calling for
Wind blows cover off pipe bomb suspect's van to reveal pro-Trump stickers - video

Wind blows cover off pipe bomb suspect's van to reveal pro-Trump stickers - video

After Cesar Sayoc, a Donald Trump supporter, was arrested at an auto parts shop in Florida, federal agents at the location removed a van covered in political stickers celebrating Republicans and
'Lady in the lake' murder case referred to court of appeal

'Lady in the lake' murder case referred to court of appeal

Gordon Parks, who killed himself after conviction, may receive posthumous pardonA man who hanged himself in prison after being convicted of murdering his wife and dumping her body in Coniston Water in
Fiancee says Jamal Khashoggi was worried about visiting Saudi consulate - video

Fiancee says Jamal Khashoggi was worried about visiting Saudi consulate - video

The murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi had been worried he might be interrogated or pressured to return home when he visited the consulate in Istanbul, Hatice Cengiz said on Friday.The Turkish
Erdoğan will pretend to be anything – even ‘journalists’ best friend’ | Ece Temelkuran

Erdoğan will pretend to be anything – even ‘journalists’ best friend’ | Ece Temelkuran

His unlikely moral stance following the killing of Jamal Khashoggi comes as no surprise to many TurksThe Turkish president is better known for a relentless political oppression that has left dozens of
Revealed: Philip Green paid seven-figure sums to silence abuse claims

Revealed: Philip Green paid seven-figure sums to silence abuse claims

Exclusive: Insider tells of culture of silence at top of company over tycoon’s behaviour towards women Several employees of Sir Philip Green who alleged the tycoon had sexually harassed or bullied