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Why are student carers still invisible at our universities? | Vanamali Hermans

Why are student carers still invisible at our universities? | Vanamali Hermans

Being a student and a carer isn’t easy. We are alone, isolated and find it almost impossible to stay enrolled I loved my first year at the Australian National University. I had landed a scholarship
Auction day at Echuca, where horse racing's also-rans await their fate

Auction day at Echuca, where horse racing's also-rans await their fate

Some will end up in good homes, others as pet meat. Others bypass the sales altogetherAt the Echuca saleyards, 200km north of the glamour of Melbourne’s spring racing carnival, a row of thoroughbreds
Brexit: Barnier confirms deal not yet reached, saying 'key issues' unresolved despite 'intense efforts' - as it happened

Brexit: Barnier confirms deal not yet reached, saying 'key issues' unresolved despite 'intense efforts' - as it happened

Follow the latest developments after Brexit secretary Dominic Raab and EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier meet in BrusselsTheresa May’s domestic vulnerability leaves Brexit talks on knife-edge Brexit
Hurricane Michael: mayor hopes for 'miracle' in destroyed Mexico Beach

Hurricane Michael: mayor hopes for 'miracle' in destroyed Mexico Beach

Around 250 people stayed as Panhandle town was flattenedMayor Al Cathey hopes one death so far may be only fatalityCrews operating heavy equipment scooped up splintered boards, broken glass, chunks of
Bavaria election: Merkel's conservative allies humiliated

Bavaria election: Merkel's conservative allies humiliated

Exit polls show CSU losing majority it has long enjoyed as far-right AfD makes gainsAngela Merkel’s conservative partners in Bavaria have had their worst election performance for more than six
Old Vic among UK beneficiaries of trust embroiled in drug crisis

Old Vic among UK beneficiaries of trust embroiled in drug crisis

Sackler family, under scrutiny amid US opioid crisis, gave £7m last year to British institutionsThe Old Vic, the National Theatre and several other UK cultural and educational institutions received
Jamal Khashoggi’s fiancee: I will only visit Trump if he takes action

Jamal Khashoggi’s fiancee: I will only visit Trump if he takes action

Hatice Cengiz says those responsible for disappearance must be held fully accountableJamal Khashoggi’s fiancee has said she will only consider accepting Donald Trump’s invitation to the White House if
Stacey Abrams: GOP opponent creating 'miasma of fear' over voting in Georgia

Stacey Abrams: GOP opponent creating 'miasma of fear' over voting in Georgia

Brian Kemp accused of seeking to suspend minority voters from registration rolls under the ‘exact match’ lawAs a crisis of potential voter suppression in Georgia deepened, the Democratic candidate for
Somalia executes man by firing squad for 2017 Mogadishu market bomb

Somalia executes man by firing squad for 2017 Mogadishu market bomb

Hassan Adan Isaq, 23, shot for his role in attack that killed 600 peopleSomali authorities have executed a 23-year-old man in Mogadishu for masterminding a bombing that killed about 600 people and
Letter: David Lowenthal obituary

Letter: David Lowenthal obituary

The great contribution by David Lowenthal to the study of the Caribbean should not be overlooked. His book West Indian Societies (1972) and the four volumes of readings he co-edited with Lambros
Brexit talks explained: why now is a crucial moment in negotiations

Brexit talks explained: why now is a crucial moment in negotiations

Is an agreement on the cards and if so what happens next? Key questions answered Donald Tusk, the president of the European council, said last month in Salzburg that he would need to see maximum
Anti-far right protest in Berlin attracts more than 240,000, say organisers – video

Anti-far right protest in Berlin attracts more than 240,000, say organisers – video

People from across Germany have marched through Berlin to protest against racism, xenophobia and the far right in one of the country’s biggest rallies of recent years. Organisers put the turnout at
Brexit: Raab in Brussels for talks with Barnier before EU summit

Brexit: Raab in Brussels for talks with Barnier before EU summit

Brexit secretary in Belgian capital to meet EU’s chief negotiator before EU crunch talksExplained: why talks are at a crucial stageThe UK Brexit secretary, Dominic Raab, is holding crunch talks with
Trump: Jim Mattis 'sort of a Democrat' and could quit as defense secretary soon

Trump: Jim Mattis 'sort of a Democrat' and could quit as defense secretary soon

Retired general has been seen as restraining influence President discusses cabinet chaos with CBS 60 MinutesDonald Trump suspects his defense secretary, General Jim Mattis, might be a Democrat and
British cyclist shot dead by hunter in France

British cyclist shot dead by hunter in France

Marc Sutton, 34, originally from Caerphilly, shot while mountain-biking in the AlpsA 34-year-old Briton has been shot dead by a hunter as he sped down a wooded track on a mountain bike in the French
We should talk to al-Shabaab now – we owe it to the Mogadishu bomb victims | Hussein Sheikh-Ali

We should talk to al-Shabaab now – we owe it to the Mogadishu bomb victims | Hussein Sheikh-Ali

Despite the horror of that attack a year ago, I’ve talked to this group, and I know that dialogue is the only way to deliver peaceToday is the one-year anniversary of one of the darkest days in
Essays reveal Stephen Hawking predicted race of 'superhumans'

Essays reveal Stephen Hawking predicted race of 'superhumans'

Physicist said genetic editing may create species that could destroy rest of humanityThe late physicist and author Prof Stephen Hawking has caused controversy by suggesting a new race of superhumans
Turkey renames new US embassy street 'Malcolm X Avenue'

Turkey renames new US embassy street 'Malcolm X Avenue'

Move coincides with a period of fraught relations between Turkey and the US and comes after other politically charged name changes to streets in AnkaraCity authorities in Turkey’s capital, Ankara,
Saudi Arabia to hit back in case of sanctions over Jamal Khashoggi

Saudi Arabia to hit back in case of sanctions over Jamal Khashoggi

JP Morgan and Ford join ranks of companies pulling out of Saudi conference as UK, Germany and France call for credible investigation Saudi Arabia has said it will retaliate against any sanctions
Nine climbers killed in Himalayan storm

Nine climbers killed in Himalayan storm

Five South Koreans and four guides die at their base camp on Mount Gurja Five South Korean climbers and their four Nepali guides have been killed after a storm devastated their base camp in the