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Factional infighting erupts in NSW Greens over Lee Rhiannon claims

Factional infighting erupts in NSW Greens over Lee Rhiannon claims

Jeremy Buckingham, a state Greens MP, faces disciplinary complaint over criticism of senator on ABC Four CornersThe New South Wales Greens are in the grip of factional infighting as Senator Lee
Utøya July 22 review - recreation of Norway mass killing is a gut-wrenching ordeal

Utøya July 22 review - recreation of Norway mass killing is a gut-wrenching ordeal

The horrific events that saw 69 teenagers die at the hands of a rightwing terrorist has been turned into a brutal single-take drama from the victims’ perspectiveErik Poppe’s Utøya July 22 is a
How rightwing media is already attacking Florida teens speaking out

How rightwing media is already attacking Florida teens speaking out

As students rise up to demand gun control the right aims to take them down, along with anyone who offers them supportAfter Parkland’s mass shooting, the wind seems to have changed. Students are
Airlines sound alarm over 'blank cheque' for Heathrow third runway

Airlines sound alarm over 'blank cheque' for Heathrow third runway

Bosses from British Airways, Virgin and easyJet urge MPs to secure pledge on cost before voteThe true cost of Heathrow expansion is likely to be “grossly” higher than the £14.3bn the airport has
Oxfam sexual abuse scandal is built on the aid industry’s white saviour mentality | Afua Hirsch

Oxfam sexual abuse scandal is built on the aid industry’s white saviour mentality | Afua Hirsch

I’ve seen for myself how agencies operate, and the toxic and exploitative relationships that can so easily developA century ago doctors began to take notice of a disturbing condition affecting white
FBI arrests Briton over disappearance of wife from yacht

FBI arrests Briton over disappearance of wife from yacht

Lewis Bennett, 41, arrested on suspicion of murder as he waited to be sentenced for smugglingA British man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering his wife, who he reported missing as they sailed
Trump-Russia inquiry: lawyer who worked with Manafort pleads guilty to lying to FBI

Trump-Russia inquiry: lawyer who worked with Manafort pleads guilty to lying to FBI

Alex van der Zwaan charged with making false statements to special counsel investigating Trump campaign and its ties to RussiaA lawyer who previously worked with Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign
British man could lose toes after running in Yukon Arctic race

British man could lose toes after running in Yukon Arctic race

Nick Griffiths of Bolton suffers frostbite in -40C temperatures during world’s coldest marathonTwo athletes, including a British runner from Lancashire, are facing the prospect of amputation after
Medical body admits it didn't have full backup plan for crashed doctor test

Medical body admits it didn't have full backup plan for crashed doctor test

Australasian College of Physicians apologises to 1,200 trainee doctors in Australia and New Zealand after online test failThe Royal Australasian College of Physicians has conceded it did not have a
UK will 'have to have a customs union' post-Brexit, says Corbyn

UK will 'have to have a customs union' post-Brexit, says Corbyn

The Labour leader said access to European markets and no hard border in Northern Ireland were key to Labour’s positionThe UK will “have to have a customs union” with the EU after Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn
Russia admits ‘several dozen’ of its citizens killed in Syria fighting

Russia admits ‘several dozen’ of its citizens killed in Syria fighting

Foreign ministry says fighters were not Russian servicemen and had travelled to Syria ‘of their own accord’The Russian foreign ministry has admitted that “several dozen” citizens of Russia and other
Norse code: what’s the secret of the Norwegians’ Winter Olympics success?

Norse code: what’s the secret of the Norwegians’ Winter Olympics success?

Hailing from a nation of only 5.2 million people, Norway’s squad is outperforming teams from much bigger countries – and, no, it’s not just because they have so much snowEleven days into the
Oxfam: '7,000 people have cancelled their regular donations' – video

Oxfam: '7,000 people have cancelled their regular donations' – video

Mark Goldring, Oxfam’s chief executive, tells MPs that about 7,000 individuals have cancelled their regular donations to the charity after revelations of the Haiti sex scandal. Goldring also said that
Plastic bans worldwide will dent oil demand growth, says BP

Plastic bans worldwide will dent oil demand growth, says BP

But oil giant expects demand for crude to grow and not peak until late 2030sBans around the world on single use plastic items such as carrier bags will dent growth in oil demand over the next two
Bristol FGM trial hears girl, 6, may have been burned with knitting needle

Bristol FGM trial hears girl, 6, may have been burned with knitting needle

Consultant examined child after her father allegedly admitted she had undergone ‘small’ procedure Continue reading...
Florida shooting survivors are fighting back. Here's what they need to know about gun control

Florida shooting survivors are fighting back. Here's what they need to know about gun control

The current battle to reshape gun laws can feel like a stalemate, but there have been victories too. This is what the landscape looks like right now The students who survived a shooting at Marjory
Woman who left abusive note on ambulance admits public order offence

Woman who left abusive note on ambulance admits public order offence

Kirsty Sharman told emergency crew in Stoke to ‘move your f***ing van’ from outside houseA woman has pleaded guilty to a public order offence after she verbally abused paramedics and left a
Accusations about Berlusconi's ties to Sicilian mafia revived

Accusations about Berlusconi's ties to Sicilian mafia revived

Alessandro di Battista, main rival in Italy’s election, launches scathing attack on former PMAccusations about Silvio Berlusconi’s historic ties to a close associate of the Sicilian mafia are being
'It's not a war. It's a massacre': scores killed in Syrian enclave

'It's not a war. It's a massacre': scores killed in Syrian enclave

Aid groups warn situation in eastern Ghouta could unfold into worst atrocity of war so farAlmost 200 civilians have been killed in dozens of airstrikes and shelling by forces loyal to Syria’s Bashar
This is eastern Ghouta, where hundreds are being killed and injured by Assad's forces

This is eastern Ghouta, where hundreds are being killed and injured by Assad's forces

More than 100 people have died in eastern Ghouta in Syria in one day of violence. The bombardment of the opposition-controlled enclave continues Continue reading...