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ExxonMobil faces EU parliament ban after no show at climate hearing

ExxonMobil faces EU parliament ban after no show at climate hearing

Oil giant may lose lobby access over failure to answer climate change denial questionsExxonMobil faces losing its lobby privileges at the European parliament after the company failed to show up for
Twin cyclones force largest evacuation since Cyclone Tracey in 1974

Twin cyclones force largest evacuation since Cyclone Tracey in 1974

Air evacuations in Northern Territory have been suspended and remaining residents are advised to seek shelterTwin cyclones approaching Western Australia and the Northern Territory have forced the
Sackler family: 500 cities, counties and tribes sue owners of Oxycontin maker

Sackler family: 500 cities, counties and tribes sue owners of Oxycontin maker

Vast lawsuit accuses family of helping to create ‘worst drug crisis in American history’A group made up of more than 500 cities, counties and Native American tribes across the United States has filed
'It was not clear if she had a plan at all': how May's night at the summit unfolded

'It was not clear if she had a plan at all': how May's night at the summit unfolded

As EU27 leaders took control of Brexit timetable, the only thing they found it easy to agree on was there was ‘no ideal date’Theresa May usually gets less than an hour to explain her Brexit plans to
Mining sector met NSW ministers almost every week over four years

Mining sector met NSW ministers almost every week over four years

Environment groups were given far less access and broadcaster Alan Jones got eight ‘catch-up’ meetings Mining and resources companies have been given an extraordinary level of access to the highest
Georgina Downer's giant novelty cheque sparks inquiry into funding program

Georgina Downer's giant novelty cheque sparks inquiry into funding program

Liberal candidate for Mayo makes presentation for $127,373 grant which the sitting MP Rebekha Sharkie was not told aboutThe auditor-general’s office will look into a federal funding program after the
Indonesian airline Garuda cancels order for 49 Boeing 737 Max 8 jets

Indonesian airline Garuda cancels order for 49 Boeing 737 Max 8 jets

Company blames loss of passenger trust after Ethiopia Airlines and Lion Air disasters involving the aircraft Indonesia’s national carrier Garuda has cancelled a multibillion-dollar order for 49 Boeing
New Zealand attack: Al Noor mosque imam tells world leaders to fight hate speech

New Zealand attack: Al Noor mosque imam tells world leaders to fight hate speech

Imam Gamal Fouda tells thousands that events leading to last week’s massacre ‘did not come overnight’An imam who survived the terror attack at Al Noor mosque has declared New Zealand “unbreakable” in
Dozens killed and hundreds injured in explosion at Chinese chemical plant

Dozens killed and hundreds injured in explosion at Chinese chemical plant

The blast in Yancheng north of Shanghai is the latest in a series of industrial accidents that have sparked public angerAn explosion at a pesticide plant in eastern China has killed at least 47 people
More NSW voters want tighter gun laws in wake of Christchurch shooting

More NSW voters want tighter gun laws in wake of Christchurch shooting

New polling shows support for stricter gun control, as Shooters hope for balance of power after NSW electionNew polling suggests a rise in the number of voters who believe Australia’s gun laws need
Democratic Socialists of America back Bernie: 'The best chance to beat Trump'

Democratic Socialists of America back Bernie: 'The best chance to beat Trump'

The group helped leftwing candidates Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib win long-shot elections to Congress in 2018The Democratic Socialists of America has officially endorsed Bernie Sanders
Facebook acknowledges concerns over Cambridge Analytica emerged earlier than reported

Facebook acknowledges concerns over Cambridge Analytica emerged earlier than reported

Company confirms suspicions of separate incident following Washington DC attorney general court filingFacebook employees were aware of concerns about“improper data-gathering practices” by Cambridge
Jacinda Ardern tells Christchurch service 'New Zealand mourns with you' – as it happened

Jacinda Ardern tells Christchurch service 'New Zealand mourns with you' – as it happened

Thousands gather in Christchurch for Friday prayers outside Hagley mosque as imam says those who died were ‘the best of us’‘Broken-hearted but not broken’: imam’s speech in fullWe shall speak their
Tate art galleries will no longer accept donations from the Sackler family

Tate art galleries will no longer accept donations from the Sackler family

The Sacklers own Purdue Pharma, the company behind OxyContin, which is under fire amid the opioid epidemicThe Tate group of British art galleries has announced that it will no longer accept any gifts
Scott Morrison won't say if Pauline Hanson is racist

Scott Morrison won't say if Pauline Hanson is racist

Prime minister instead says Coalition has worked with One Nation leader on ‘a lot of important issues’The prime minister, Scott Morrison, has dodged the question of whether Pauline Hanson is racist,
Top oil firms spending millions lobbying to block climate change policies, says report

Top oil firms spending millions lobbying to block climate change policies, says report

Ad campaigns hide investment in a huge expansion of oil and gas extraction, says InfluenceMapThe largest five stock market listed oil and gas companies spend nearly $200m (£153m) a year lobbying to
Australia's coal bonanza at risk as Chinese import 'ban' spreads

Australia's coal bonanza at risk as Chinese import 'ban' spreads

Hold-ups reach southern ports as analysts warn that trade could dry up amid China restructuring and diplomatic tension The number of Chinese ports restricting or delaying Australian coal imports has
Susan Neill-Fraser begins ‘long journey' to appeal against 2009 murder conviction

Susan Neill-Fraser begins ‘long journey' to appeal against 2009 murder conviction

Tasmanian woman was found guilty in 2010 of killing her husband Bob Chappell, whose body has never been foundThe daughter of convicted killer Susan Neill-Fraser has described a court decision to grant
Florida man pleads guilty to sending wave of pipe bombs to Trump critics

Florida man pleads guilty to sending wave of pipe bombs to Trump critics

Tearful Cesar Sayoc, 57, says ‘I’m extremely sorry’ to judgeFaces life in prison at September sentencing on 65 countsA Florida man pleaded guilty on Thursday to sending pipe bombs to CNN and prominent
Spacewatch: private Israeli mission on course for the moon

Spacewatch: private Israeli mission on course for the moon

Beresheet spacecraft will attempt to land on the moon and measure its magnetic fieldA privately funded mission is on course to orbit the moon on 4 April. All being well, the 150kg spacecraft will then