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Barnaby Joyce suggests people who shop at Kmart don't care about climate change

Barnaby Joyce suggests people who shop at Kmart don't care about climate change

Former prime minister says ‘people in the Kmart, people in the local pub’ don’t care about Paris agreement Shoppers have turned on the former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce after he suggested
Australia urged to restrict Monsanto's Roundup after US court rules it caused cancer

Australia urged to restrict Monsanto's Roundup after US court rules it caused cancer

Greenpeace says government should be ‘exercising the precautionary principle’ until more studies conductedGreenpeace has called on the Australian government to suspend the sale of the weedkiller
Wider use of rotavirus vaccine urged after 'potent' success of Malawi trial

Wider use of rotavirus vaccine urged after 'potent' success of Malawi trial

Dramatic fall in infant deaths prompts calls for national immunisation programmes to incorporate treatmentA rotavirus vaccine introduced in rural Malawi has reduced deaths from infant diarrhoea by
Māori man allegedly given 'black guy repellent' sunscreen sues employer

Māori man allegedly given 'black guy repellent' sunscreen sues employer

Queensland tour company denies discrimination because it says the incident was a jokeA Māori Niuean man is suing a Queensland tour company after he was allegedly handed a sunscreen canister that was
Halfway to boiling: the city at 50C

Halfway to boiling: the city at 50C

It is the temperature at which human cells start to cook, animals suffer and air conditioners overload power grids. Once an urban anomaly, 50C is fast becoming realityImagine a city at 50C (122F). The
Vermont primary could pave way for first transgender governor in US

Vermont primary could pave way for first transgender governor in US

Christine Hallquist tells the Guardian about running for governor: ‘I tell people this isn’t the hardest thing I ever did. I think after transitioning everything else looks pretty easy’If Christine
UN human rights chief: Trump's attacks on press 'close to incitement of violence'

UN human rights chief: Trump's attacks on press 'close to incitement of violence'

Exclusive: Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, who steps down this month, says US president’s rhetoric echoes that of the worst eras of the 20th centuryDonald Trump’s anti-press rhetoric is “very close to
From US to Australia, Greek diaspora rallies to help wildfire victims

From US to Australia, Greek diaspora rallies to help wildfire victims

Communities around the world raise funds and mobilise aid in display of solidarityThree weeks after wildfires wrought unprecedented death and destruction outside Athens, Greeks worldwide have rallied
Taliban hails 'helpful' US talks as boost to Afghan peace process

Taliban hails 'helpful' US talks as boost to Afghan peace process

White House diplomacy efforts are proving successful, says member of militant groupFresh hope has been injected into the Afghan peace process after Taliban officials said groundbreaking preliminary
Beaten, not broken: the ex-Russian inmate covering torture trial of former jailers

Beaten, not broken: the ex-Russian inmate covering torture trial of former jailers

Ruslan Vakhapov says ‘desire for revenge in a legal way’ led him to expose brutality in prison systemRuslan Vakhapov recognised all the prison guards on trial last month for the brutal torture of an
Geoffrey Rush accused of simulating 'groping and fondling' actor at centre of lawsuit

Geoffrey Rush accused of simulating 'groping and fondling' actor at centre of lawsuit

Sydney Daily Telegraph alleges Rush acted like a ‘pervert’ and engaged in ‘sexually predatory behaviour’ during production of King Lear Geoffrey Rush simulated “groping and fondling” the actor at the
Turkish lira crisis: central bank action fails to quell contagion fears

Turkish lira crisis: central bank action fails to quell contagion fears

Euro falls to one-year low as investors worry financial crisis could infect European marketsTurkey financial crisis: contagion fears hit markets – business live Turkey’s central bank has acted to stem
Charlottesville, one year on: far right and antifa clash again – in pictures

Charlottesville, one year on: far right and antifa clash again – in pictures

Unite the Right rally in Washington DC outnumbered by opposing groups 12 months after Heather Heyer was hit by a car and killed‘Hell no’: counterprotesters outnumber white supremacists at White House
Orca mother finally abandons dead calf she carried for more than two weeks

Orca mother finally abandons dead calf she carried for more than two weeks

Researchers say endangered killer whale who lives off the coast of Seattle is back to feeding and frolicking with her podResearchers say an endangered killer whale that carried her dead calf on her
Children among dozens killed by explosion at Syria weapons depot – reports

Children among dozens killed by explosion at Syria weapons depot – reports

The blast in Sarmada killed three jihadists and many of their family members, according to UK-based monitorAn explosion at a weapons depot in a rebel-held town in north-west Syria killed at least 39
Greece: fires force evacuation of Evia island near Athens

Greece: fires force evacuation of Evia island near Athens

Two villages evacuated less than a month after country’s worst-ever fires killed more than 90A large fire broke has broken out on the Greek island of Evia near Athens, the government said, with two
Melbourne hit-and-run: Dutch woman identified as victim as suspect still at large

Melbourne hit-and-run: Dutch woman identified as victim as suspect still at large

Victoria police say woman, 27, died after stolen white Mercedes knocked her into path of another car in South YarraA Dutch woman has been identified as the victim of a fatal hit-and-run involving a
Labor's Gai Brodtmann to stand down at next election – as it happened

Labor's Gai Brodtmann to stand down at next election – as it happened

Josh Frydenberg gives timeline of Great Barrier Reef grant approval and defends ‘due diligence’ claim. All the day’s events, live 8.37am BST And we will leave today there, because there’s a long week
Morning mail: parliament returns to talk about voluntary euthanasia

Morning mail: parliament returns to talk about voluntary euthanasia

Monday: parliament resumes in Canberra, with David Leyonhjelm’s bill briefly stealing the focus. Plus: Woodward and Bernstein on TrumpGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main
Leaving Ambae: where evacuation is a way of life – a picture essay

Leaving Ambae: where evacuation is a way of life – a picture essay

Residents of the island in Vanuatu have been forced from their homes by an erupting volcano, not knowing when they will returnWind blows through the trees sending a shower of fine grey ash down over