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UK millennials' costs among EU's highest – but pay lags behind

UK millennials' costs among EU's highest – but pay lags behind

Young adults under pressure from rent, transport and grocery costs, Revolut data showsYoung adults in Britain pay the highest rents in Europe, spend the most on transport and face some of the worst
'And breathe': police try mindfulness to beat burnout

'And breathe': police try mindfulness to beat burnout

College of Policing to fund trial for more than 1,500 officers to combat stress-related sick leaveOn Thursday afternoon, a dozen novice police officers straightened their backs, closed their eyes and
Melania Trump: 'I really don't care, do you?' jacket did send message

Melania Trump: 'I really don't care, do you?' jacket did send message

First lady contradicts earlier claims jacket had no hidden meaning as she backs ‘chain migration’ opposed by her husbandMelania Trump has admitted she was sending a message when she wore an olive
US: Israel, Syria agree to reopen Golan crossing

US: Israel, Syria agree to reopen Golan crossing

UN ambassador Nikki Haley says reopening of Quneitra crossing will allow better peacekeeping The United Nations, Israel and Syria have agreed to reopen the Quneitra crossing in the Golan Heights on
'He had to die for me to realise I loved him': my brother, the broken child of Windrush

'He had to die for me to realise I loved him': my brother, the broken child of Windrush

The accepted narrative about this immigration story is one of success, but we must not forget those who slipped through the cracksIt was the summer of 2008. I had not seen Ronald for 10 years. I had
'He'll be re-elected': Trump and allies tout the sweet smell of 2020 success

'He'll be re-elected': Trump and allies tout the sweet smell of 2020 success

The economy is roaring, the courts are turning right and trade wars are not producing defeats. As the president’s approval rating creeps up, is it all going right for Republicans?A strong economy with
UN: 'health crisis' demands closure of Australia's offshore detention centres

UN: 'health crisis' demands closure of Australia's offshore detention centres

Government bears responsibility because it designed and paid for the systems in Nauru and Papua New Guinea, says UNHCRThe United Nations has called on Australia to immediately evacuate its offshore
'We will fly again': Nasa to keep using Russia's Soyuz despite failure

'We will fly again': Nasa to keep using Russia's Soyuz despite failure

After Russian-American crew made emergency landing, chief of US space agency predicts return to flight by DecemberNasa’s chief has praised the Russian space programme and said that he expected a new
Tallest mural in southern hemisphere unveiled – video

Tallest mural in southern hemisphere unveiled – video

A housing estate in the Melbourne suburb of Collingwood now hosts the largest mural in the southern hemisphere. The high-rise building features the faces of four of its tenants, in a work completed by
California chef in sexual misconduct scandal criticised for 'dunk tank' plan

California chef in sexual misconduct scandal criticised for 'dunk tank' plan

Oakland restaurateur Charlie Hallowell is inviting anyone to ‘come and take a shot’ as part of his reform effortsAn embattled California chef accused of sexual harassment is facing renewed backlash
Dear progressives: Craig Kelly, Abbott and Trump are making you their stooge | Simon Black

Dear progressives: Craig Kelly, Abbott and Trump are making you their stooge | Simon Black

Don’t amplify the views of those who want to diminish serious issues like climate change – even if it feels goodIt’s a spectacular trick to get someone to amplify your message when they disagree with
'I feel like an empty shell': the patients left behind when MSF had to quit Nauru

'I feel like an empty shell': the patients left behind when MSF had to quit Nauru

MSF says five years of ‘indefinite limbo’ endured by refugees and asylum seekers has led to a radical deterioration in mental healthOn Thursday Médecins Sans Frontières took a rare step in front of
The midterms minute: Sheldon Adelson showers cash on Republicans

The midterms minute: Sheldon Adelson showers cash on Republicans

In today’s politics news: O’Rourke breaks fundraising record; a spiky video in Pennsylvania; Democrats down in TennesseeGood evening, I’m Ben Jacobs with the latest from Washington and beyond. If
UN employee in Democratic Republic of the Congo tests positive for Ebola

UN employee in Democratic Republic of the Congo tests positive for Ebola

Head of peacekeeping mission breaks news amid alarming rise in new cases A United Nations employee in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo has tested positive for Ebola, the first such incident
Twitter and Salesforce CEOs bicker over who is helping the homeless more

Twitter and Salesforce CEOs bicker over who is helping the homeless more

‘How much have you given’ Marc Benioff asked Jack Dorsey as the two sparred over proposed tax to assist those on the streetsThe CEOs of two of the world’s most prominent tech companies got into an
Bill Shorten: 'We've got to end the climate change war'

Bill Shorten: 'We've got to end the climate change war'

Exclusive: Marking five years as opposition leader, Shorten tackles thorny topics – energy, offshore detention and tradeBill Shorten has signalled Labor will keep the national energy guarantee and
Facebook says 14m accounts had personal data stolen in recent breach

Facebook says 14m accounts had personal data stolen in recent breach

Hackers were able to access name, birthdate and other data in nearly half of the 30 million accounts that were affectedFacebook has revealed 30m accounts were affected in a data breach last month. The
Sick survivors of 9/11 could be granted a permanent compensation fund

Sick survivors of 9/11 could be granted a permanent compensation fund

Proposal calls for permanent funding of the program, which will expire in 2020, and could run out of money even earlierEmergency first responders, residents and workers who have been diagnosed with
Six Palestinians killed by Israeli forces in Gaza protests – officials

Six Palestinians killed by Israeli forces in Gaza protests – officials

Violence on Friday included incident where four Palestinians were shot dead after breaching security fenceIsraeli forces have shot dead six Palestinians, including four in a single incident, in one of
Sydney Opera House at 45: from inception to icon – in pictures

Sydney Opera House at 45: from inception to icon – in pictures

Since opening its doors in 1973, the Opera House has become a symbol of modern Australia and one of the country’s major tourist destinations. Its home to music, theatre and festivals, and its beloved