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Banking royal commission: celebrity adviser asked that misconduct investigation be kept confidential – as it happened

Banking royal commission: celebrity adviser asked that misconduct investigation be kept confidential – as it happened

‘Commercial interests’ trumped interests of consumers, ANZ admits. NAB’s Andrew Hagger gives evidence about falsifying of forms. All of the day’s testimony 7.58am BST That’s where we leave the royal
Border Patrol agent found not guilty of murder in Mexican teen's 2012 death

Border Patrol agent found not guilty of murder in Mexican teen's 2012 death

Almost six years after José Antonio Elena Rodríguez died in a cross-border shooting, activists condemn a US jury’s ‘inconceivable’ findingJosé Antonio Elena Rodríguez was on Calle Internacional, four
Toronto police officer single-handedly arrests van driver suspect – video

Toronto police officer single-handedly arrests van driver suspect – video

WARNING: this video contains scenes some viewers may find distressing.Video taken by bystanders shows the standoff between the suspected perpetrator of Monday's attack in Toronto and a police officer.
Life support has been withdrawn from Alfie Evans, says father

Life support has been withdrawn from Alfie Evans, says father

Tom Evans says his son was still supporting his own breathing more than an hour after treatment was stoppedLife support has been withdrawn from a 23-month-old boy who has been at the centre of a
Royal births – grit, fortitude and impressive fashion sense

Royal births – grit, fortitude and impressive fashion sense

It would be churlish not to be struck by the Duchess of Cambridge’s serenity so soon after giving birthThe pressure of being royal, and living family life on a public stage, is never shown in more
Morning mail: Canada in shock as driver kills nine pedestrians

Morning mail: Canada in shock as driver kills nine pedestrians

Tuesday: No details of motive after police arrest man who ploughed into people in Toronto. Plus: Australians increasingly anxious about immigration Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you
Veteran who survived blast receives unusual penis transplant

Veteran who survived blast receives unusual penis transplant

Surgeons transplanted penis, scrotum and part of abdominal wallPatient expected to recover urinary and eventually sexual function A veteran who lost his genitals in a blast in Afghanistan has received
WA accused of undermining Burrup peninsula's world heritage listing

WA accused of undermining Burrup peninsula's world heritage listing

Western Australian government accused of being ‘deceitful’ for considering industrial development on siteAny plans to increase industrial development on Western Australia’s Burrup peninsula could
How Amber Rudd let 'heartbreaking' Windrush suffering drag on

How Amber Rudd let 'heartbreaking' Windrush suffering drag on

The home secretary fails to acknowledge why it took so long to tackle the horrendous problems being experienced by Windrush victims“This should never have been allowed to happen” declared Amber Rudd
Toronto van incident in which 10 pedestrians died appeared deliberate, say police

Toronto van incident in which 10 pedestrians died appeared deliberate, say police

Suspect 25-year-old Alek Minassian was arrested by Toronto police after fleeing sceneIncident does not appear to be related to national security, says minister, but motivation is unclearTen people
Windrush generation will get UK citizenship, says Amber Rudd

Windrush generation will get UK citizenship, says Amber Rudd

Home Office will waive fees and knowledge test, and applicants may get compensationThe home secretary has pledged that the Windrush generation will be granted British citizenship as the government
'He hit every single person on the sidewalk': Witnesses recall scene as van ploughs into crowd–video

'He hit every single person on the sidewalk': Witnesses recall scene as van ploughs into crowd–video

Police in Canada said at least nine people died when a van left the road and ran into a crowd of pedestrians in the northern suburbs of Toronto. The driver fled the scene but was later arrested by
Alabama police leave black woman topless after violent arrest, video shows

Alabama police leave black woman topless after violent arrest, video shows

One of three white officers threatens to break woman’s armDispute at a Waffle House was over paying for utensils, mother saysPolice in Alabama wrestled a black woman to the ground, leaving her
Waffle House shooting: police arrest man suspected of killing four people in Nashville

Waffle House shooting: police arrest man suspected of killing four people in Nashville

Travis Reinking had been on the run since the early hours of Sunday, after a customer at the restaurant he attacked wrestled him for his gunAuthorities have captured the gunman suspected of killing
Breaking stuff for stress relief at Sydney's Smash Brothers – video

Breaking stuff for stress relief at Sydney's Smash Brothers – video

Guardian Australia's deputy culture editor, Stephanie Convery, de-stresses at Sydney's Smash Brothers, a new 'break room' in Kogarah, where patrons pay to hit items with a batSydney's break room: is
Acid attack victim died at euthanasia clinic after 'horrific injuries'

Acid attack victim died at euthanasia clinic after 'horrific injuries'

Mark van Dongen wanted to end life after alleged attack by former partner, court hearsAn engineer died at a euthanasia clinic after being left “at the limits of tolerable pain” following an alleged
If only the west’s motives for Syria strikes were more principled | Letters

If only the west’s motives for Syria strikes were more principled | Letters

The taboo on chemical weapons doesn’t seem to apply to making and selling other instruments of mass destructionPeter Beaumont says of chemical weapons that “the idea that other weapons are equally
Scientists plan huge European AI hub to compete with US

Scientists plan huge European AI hub to compete with US

Exclusive: In an open letter, the scientists say the proposed Ellis institute is essential to avoid brain drain to big tech firmsLeading scientists have drawn up plans for a vast multinational
Finland to end basic income trial after two years

Finland to end basic income trial after two years

Government rejects request for funds to expand scheme and plans stricter benefits rulesEurope’s first national government-backed experiment in giving citizens free cash will end next year after

Sit-ins and picket lines: why Armenia has been protesting – video explainer

Armenia’s prime minister, Serzh Sargsyan, has resigned after days of protests in the country’s capital, Yerevan. Demonstrations began after Sargsyan took the role of prime minister immediately after