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New Zealand: National party elects Maori leader and deputy to take on Jacindamania

New Zealand: National party elects Maori leader and deputy to take on Jacindamania

Opposition will be led by Simon Bridges and his deputy Paula Bennett as they attempt to counter the popularity of Labour’s Jacinda ArdernNew Zealand’s opposition National party has elected its first
How formula milk firms target mothers who can least afford it

How formula milk firms target mothers who can least afford it

Guardian/Save the Children investigation in deprived areas of Philippines finds companies flouting international codeFormula milk companies are continuing to use aggressive, clandestine and often
Austrian broadcaster launches libel suit against vice-chancellor

Austrian broadcaster launches libel suit against vice-chancellor

ORF station took action after rightwinger Heinz-Christian Strache accused it of lyingAustrian public broadcaster ORF has taken the highly unusual step of filing a lawsuit against the deputy head of
Trump Organization says it gave back foreign government profits, but offers few details

Trump Organization says it gave back foreign government profits, but offers few details

Company says it made good on president’s promise to return hotel profits to treasury, but does not disclose amount or methods The Trump Organization said on Monday it had made good on the president’s
Fifth Briton dies after Grand Canyon helicopter crash

Fifth Briton dies after Grand Canyon helicopter crash

Newlywed Ellie Udall, 29, succumbed to her injuries just days after her husband JonathanNewlywed Ellie Udall has become the fifth Briton to die following a helicopter crash in the Grand Canyon,
Turnbull hounded over his home's NBN speed – question time live

Turnbull hounded over his home's NBN speed – question time live

Bill Shorten grills PM over the speed of his connection. Follow our rolling coverage ... 4.16am GMT Question time ends but Tony Burke reminds the Speaker that Malcolm Turnbull promised to take on

'A real miracle': Florida student with multiple gunshot wounds speaks of recovery – video

Madeleine Wilford, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Florida, who was believed dead by first responders following the massacre earlier this month, speaks about her recovery from
Ex-footballers Mark Aizlewood and Paul Sugrue jailed for fraud

Ex-footballers Mark Aizlewood and Paul Sugrue jailed for fraud

Ex-pros part of £5m scam which took money to train deprived young people as coachesTwo ex-footballers have been jailed for their part in a £5m sports leadership scam, which falsely claimed to help
North Atlantic right whales may face extinction after no new births recorded

North Atlantic right whales may face extinction after no new births recorded

Declining fertility and rising mortality, exacerbated by fishing industry, prompts experts to warn whales could be extinct by 2040 The dwindling North Atlantic right whale population is on track to
Tories seek legal advice on vote after Jeremy Corbyn backs customs union

Tories seek legal advice on vote after Jeremy Corbyn backs customs union

Pro-Brexit MPs risk losing future vote on trade with EU after speech by Labour leaderConservative MPs have sought legal advice about the prospect of Theresa May losing a parliamentary vote on a
Parents talk about 'miracle' of daughter they thought had died in Florida shooting

Parents talk about 'miracle' of daughter they thought had died in Florida shooting

Madeleine Wilford had three major surgeries to repair ‘substantial damage’ caused by bullets from the AR-15 assault rifle used by the killerDoctors and first responders who treated a student initially
Four far-right plots thwarted last year, says counter-terrorism chief Mark Rowley

Four far-right plots thwarted last year, says counter-terrorism chief Mark Rowley

Mark Rowley warns that threat from extreme rightwing groups is ‘significant and concerning’The outgoing head of counter-terrorism policing in the UK has used his valedictory speech to warn against the
Melania Trump: Florida school shooting survivors 'deserve a voice' – video

Melania Trump: Florida school shooting survivors 'deserve a voice' – video

In her first public address of 2018, Melania Trump praises children across the US 'using their voices to try to create change', following the Florida school shooting in which 17 people were killed.
UK braces for ‘beast from the east’ as Met Office warns of snow

UK braces for ‘beast from the east’ as Met Office warns of snow

Amber warnings issued as major disruption to roads, railways and airports expectedHeavy snow and freezing conditions are expected along the east coast of the UK and south-east England on Monday night
'I'd run in even if I didn't have a weapon', says Trump about Florida shooting – video

'I'd run in even if I didn't have a weapon', says Trump about Florida shooting – video

Donald Trump lambasts the armed deputy who did not confront the Florida school shooter earlier this month, remarking that he would have run into the building even if he did not possess a weapon.
The Guardian view on China’s leadership: strong but not stable? | Editorial

The Guardian view on China’s leadership: strong but not stable? | Editorial

The abolition of the two-term limit for the presidency will allow Xi Jinping to stay on indefinitely. But this is not just about one manAnyone shocked to learn that Xi Jinping intends to continue
Women should not have to dress modestly | Letters

Women should not have to dress modestly | Letters

Where are the suffragettes of New York of 1912 with their red-painted lips when we need them, asks Pipa Monjardino. And perhaps Muslim women need a #MeToo campaign in solidarity with their brave
Vatican releases rare papal vestments for Met fashion exhibition

Vatican releases rare papal vestments for Met fashion exhibition

Theme of this year’s exhibition, supported by Anna Wintour, may prove most controversial yetSpanning 25 different galleries, visitors to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s forthcoming costume institute
From periods to pregnancy – the sexual health crisis for Calais refugees

From periods to pregnancy – the sexual health crisis for Calais refugees

Female volunteers for Gynaecology Without Borders are providing urgent care for women in need‘Dilva, 25, is seven months pregnant. Her blood group is Rh(D)- but her foetus’ is Rh(D)+. Her antibodies
Trump renews attack on Florida deputy: 'I’d run in there even if I didn’t have a weapon'

Trump renews attack on Florida deputy: 'I’d run in there even if I didn’t have a weapon'

The president renewed his criticism of officers outside the Florida school, while speaking to lawmakers who returned to session MondayDonald Trump has renewed his criticism of an armed sheriff’s