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Toes of the tiger: animal injured by poacher to get 'world first' fake paw

Toes of the tiger: animal injured by poacher to get 'world first' fake paw

Sahebrao lost toes in a trap in India six years ago and has been in pain ever since An international team of surgeons have started measuring an Indian tiger for an artificial paw, thought to be the
Massive Melbourne suburban train loop pledged by Victorian government

Massive Melbourne suburban train loop pledged by Victorian government

Daniel Andrews announces plans for $50bn underground loop, saying it’s the biggest public transport project in Australian history The Victorian government has unveiled plans for a massive underground
China could scrap two-child policy, ending nearly 40 years of limits

China could scrap two-child policy, ending nearly 40 years of limits

Draft of civil code being discussed this week contains no references to ‘family planning’ China is mulling scrapping its controversial birth restrictions, reversing nearly four decades of family
Vatican erases pope's remarks about psychiatric help for gay children

Vatican erases pope's remarks about psychiatric help for gay children

The pope had said ‘there is a lot that can be done through psychiatry’ if parents think their child is homosexualThe Vatican has rolled back on a recommendation by Pope Francis that parents seek
'We do not need hatred in this country,' Labor's Cathy O'Toole tells Q&A – video

'We do not need hatred in this country,' Labor's Cathy O'Toole tells Q&A – video

On a controversial episode of the ABC’s Q&A program, which also features MPs Bob Katter, George Christensen and returning Greens senator Larissa Waters, Labor MP Cathy O’Toole condemns Pauline
John McCain's farewell statement in full

John McCain's farewell statement in full

Following the senator’s death, the following text was read at a news conference at the Arizona State Capitol in PhoenixRick Davis, Senator John McCain’s former presidential campaign manager and a
New Zealand's wool industry knits itself a fresh image, one pair of undies at a time

New Zealand's wool industry knits itself a fresh image, one pair of undies at a time

Baggy jumpers are out and merino underwear is in as the industry seeks to fashion a way to stave off a crisisIt’s Friday night in rural Alexandra and a dozen high school students are dancing down a
'Hatred and bigotry': Labor's Cathy O'Toole condemns Hanson on Q&A

'Hatred and bigotry': Labor's Cathy O'Toole condemns Hanson on Q&A

Contentious panel including Bob Katter and George Christensen invited to discuss ‘white Australia’ on ABC program Labor MP Cathy O’Toole has condemned Pauline Hanson’s views on Muslim immigration,
May begins Africa trip with nod to rightwing Tories on overseas aid

May begins Africa trip with nod to rightwing Tories on overseas aid

PM will recommit to aid budget at 0.7% of GDP but say it has to support UK’s national interestTheresa May will set a condition that the UK ensure its overseas aid spending matches “wider national
Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur: Premier League – live!

Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur: Premier League – live!

Updates from the 8pm BST kick-off at Old TraffordEmail Jacob or tweet @JacobSteinbergMourinho v Pochettino is a clash of outlooks 10.04pm BST Harry Kane speaks! “That’s massive. To come here and win
Morning mail: deaths in custody, Turnbull quits, Myanmar horror

Morning mail: deaths in custody, Turnbull quits, Myanmar horror

Tuesday: Indigenous leaders call for action after publication of deaths in custody database. Plus: Turnbull confirms departure Good morning, this is Richard Parkin bringing you the main stories and

'Politicians, wake up': Witnesses respond to Jacksonville shooting – video

Witnesses to the shooting in Jacksonville, Florida which left three people dead at a video gamers’ event, tell of the moment they heard gunfire . One of the witnesses, Marquis Williams, calls on
No complaints about Alex Salmond before January, says government

No complaints about Alex Salmond before January, says government

SNP under pressure to release information about allegations against former first ministerThe Scottish government has confirmed that there are no recorded complaints about Alex Salmond from before
Trump belatedly pays tribute to McCain and orders flag to fly at half staff

Trump belatedly pays tribute to McCain and orders flag to fly at half staff

Arizona senator’s farewell message criticized president – without naming him – calling US ‘a nation of ideals, not blood and soil’Two days after John McCain’s death and well behind the thousands of
Europe can no longer rely on US for security, says Emmanuel Macron

Europe can no longer rely on US for security, says Emmanuel Macron

French president to push for greater defence cooperation among European Union membersThe French president, Emmanuel Macron, has warned that Europe can no longer depend on the US for its military
Air pollution causes ‘huge’ reduction in intelligence, study reveals

Air pollution causes ‘huge’ reduction in intelligence, study reveals

Impact of high levels of toxic air ‘is equivalent to having lost a year of education’Air pollution causes a “huge” reduction in intelligence, according to new research, indicating that the damage to
Top US student loans official resigns over 'open hostility' from White House

Top US student loans official resigns over 'open hostility' from White House

In his resignation letter, Seth Frotman said Trump’s budget director was serving ‘the most powerful financial companies’The government’s top official overseeing the $1.5tn student loan market resigned
Naplan results: online students did better in writing test than those on paper

Naplan results: online students did better in writing test than those on paper

Year 9 candidates using a computer scored higher marks on average, data shows, as assessment chiefs try to play down the differencesStudents who completed Naplan online received noticeably better
Trump announces US-Mexico trade deal, setting stage for Nafta overhaul

Trump announces US-Mexico trade deal, setting stage for Nafta overhaul

President hails deal ‘incredible for both parties’ and says negotiations with Canada will start ‘relatively soon’Donald Trump has said he will strike a new trade deal with Mexico while ripping up the
Roger Stone says he may soon be indicted in Trump-Russia investigation

Roger Stone says he may soon be indicted in Trump-Russia investigation

‘Robert Mueller is coming for me’Trump adviser sends email to raise funds for legal defenseRoger Stone, the longtime associate of Donald Trump, has predicted that he may soon be indicted as part of