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Labor shines spotlight on Barnaby Joyce amid Nationals' leadership tensions

Labor shines spotlight on Barnaby Joyce amid Nationals' leadership tensions

The former leader has taken an opportunity in parliament to declare his opponents want him backThe former Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce has taken an opportunity in parliament to declare his political
Women claim senior MP abused them in MeToo moment for New Zealand politics

Women claim senior MP abused them in MeToo moment for New Zealand politics

One woman alleges sex used as ‘brutal’ weapon by Jami-Lee Ross, who has previously denied all harassment claims Two women in New Zealand have come forward to claim they were sexually manipulated and
Footballer dropped from Italian team for supporting far right

Footballer dropped from Italian team for supporting far right

Teammates of Concetta ‘Titty’ Astarìta refused to play after she was dropped from pro-integration Afro-Napoli sideFrom the stands of the Scarfoglio stadium, just outside Naples, fans on Sunday
China reflects after woman kills herself and family when husband 'faked death'

China reflects after woman kills herself and family when husband 'faked death'

Nation debates lending industry and harsh conditions for rural womenThe suicide of a woman in Hunan province who drowned herself and her two children after believing her husband had died has shocked
From nail bars to car washes: how big is the UK's slavery problem?

From nail bars to car washes: how big is the UK's slavery problem?

Across Britain, there are thousands of victims of this often invisible crime. To mark Anti-Slavery Day we look at the scale of hidden exploitation More than 250 years since the end of the
Melissa Price 'can't recall' entire conversation with former Kiribati leader

Melissa Price 'can't recall' entire conversation with former Kiribati leader

Australia’s environment minister says encounter was ‘pleasant and light-hearted’Melissa Price has said she can’t “recall the complete conversation” in which three witnesses say she disparaged Pacific
Queensland man charged with raping young English woman on working holiday

Queensland man charged with raping young English woman on working holiday

Woman says she was sexually assaulted on a number of occasions after she went to work on a rural propertyA Queensland man has been charged following allegations of deceptively recruiting and raping a
Thursday briefing: May's long kiss goodbye

Thursday briefing: May's long kiss goodbye

PM hints at extended post-Brexit transition … Trump denies trying to take heat off Saudis in Khashoggi crisis … and the shame of erection failureHello, it’s Warren Murray teasing out the threads you
Erectile dysfunction or performance anxiety? The truth behind a modern malaise

Erectile dysfunction or performance anxiety? The truth behind a modern malaise

All men struggle to get an erection at some point in their lives, but more and more in their 20s and 30s are having problems. Are they panicking at the thought of sex?It was just as things were
Mohammed bin Salman never was a reformer. This has proved it | Dilip Hiro

Mohammed bin Salman never was a reformer. This has proved it | Dilip Hiro

The Saudi crown prince allowed women to drive, but the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi reveals his true natureIn June, when the ban on Saudi women driving ended, it was portrayed around the world as
Typhoons 'trick' Japan's cherry trees into blooming months early

Typhoons 'trick' Japan's cherry trees into blooming months early

Extreme weather thought to have stripped trees of their leaves, which usually secrete hormones to prevent floweringThe arrival of Japan’s famed cherry blossoms is the cue for groups of office workers
Key suspect in Jamal Khashoggi case worked at Australian medical institute

Key suspect in Jamal Khashoggi case worked at Australian medical institute

Salah Muhammad al-Tubaigy spent three months at the forensic medicine centre, where he observed autopsies A key suspect in the reported torture and murder of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi
'Brextra time': what the papers say about PM's Brussels cameo

'Brextra time': what the papers say about PM's Brussels cameo

Theresa May has suggested she might extend the transition period – and several of the mastheads are not having itNews that Theresa May might be prepared to delay Britain’s departure from the EU until
Australia's spy agency warned government Israel embassy move could provoke violent unrest

Australia's spy agency warned government Israel embassy move could provoke violent unrest

Exclusive: Asio document highlights possible protests on back of Scott Morrison’s Jerusalem relocation and Iran nuclear deal withdrawal suggestionAustralia’s spy agency warned ministers that Scott
Banksy video shows plan to shred entire Girl With Balloon artwork

Banksy video shows plan to shred entire Girl With Balloon artwork

Artist’s video depicts practice run in which piece is entirely destroyed, alongside words ‘In rehearsals it worked every time ...’Banksy has posted a video to his website in which he implies the
Man 'beaten to death' in south-west London

Man 'beaten to death' in south-west London

Met police begins murder investigation after 46-year-old dies in BatterseaThe Metropolitan police have launched a murder investigation after a man reportedly died following a fight in south-west
Scott Morrison accuses Labor of acting in 'antisemitic way' – question time live

Scott Morrison accuses Labor of acting in 'antisemitic way' – question time live

Labor MP Tony Burke says the remark is ‘extraordinary’ and asks the prime minister to withdraw it. All the day’s events, live 6.52am BST One of two Senate committees examining the My Health Record has
Cobalt airline warns passengers that all flights are cancelled

Cobalt airline warns passengers that all flights are cancelled

Cypriot carrier says operations are suspended and asks travellers not to go to airportsCypriot airline Cobalt has announced that it is cancelling all its flights and indefinitely suspending
Highway Code to promote 'Dutch reach' to protect cyclists

Highway Code to promote 'Dutch reach' to protect cyclists

Government announces review of code in attempt to reduce road casualtiesMeasures to protect cyclists are to be introduced in the Highway Code, including a new recommendation on how to get out of a
Detective allegedly urged Weinstein accuser to delete material from phone

Detective allegedly urged Weinstein accuser to delete material from phone

Nicholas DiGaudio told accuser to remove information she didn’t want seen before handing cellphone over, prosecutors saidA police detective already facing allegations that he coached a witness in