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Morning mail: Noongar rebels renew land battle

Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Thursday 22 June. Top stories Traditional owners who had their veto power over one of Australia’s largest land rights handovers quashed by federal legislation say the

Wednesday, 22:10 in World News

The hidden lives of nail artists

Since she started working at my mom’s nail salon five years ago, Mai has been hunched over a pair of feet every time I see her. When I arrive at the salon in the morning, she is already wrapping a pair of hot towels around a man’s legs. She manages to ba

Wednesday, 11:14 in World News

Wednesday briefing: Queen delivers speech, DUP gives lecture

Top story: Queen’s speech arrives with May still lacking majority Good morning – it’s Warren Murray with your skim-read of the news. The Queen’s speech will be delivered today without Theresa May having locked in enough votes to carry her agenda through,

Wednesday, 06:32 in World News

How does the Irish border affect the Brexit talks?

Why is the Irish border significant? Post Brexit, the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will become the only land border between Britain and the European Union, raising the possibility – technically – of passport checks, customs

Wednesday, 06:06 in World News

The standout dance of summer 2017

KnowBody II A welcome return for this charming programme that celebrates the beauty, wisdom and experience of older dancers. Among the cast are father and daughter duo Dominique and Thusnelda Mercy performing a duet by Pascal Merighi. The great Ana Lagun

Wednesday, 06:06 in Art & Culture

Morning mail: alarm over climate change threat

Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Wednesday 21 June. Top stories Australia has radically underestimated the impact of climate change in the Asia Pacific, a new report charges. As the Senate launches a

Tuesday, 21:51 in World News

LGBT: San Francisco – the culture of the Castro, in pictures

Daniel Nicoletta was 19 when he pitched up in San Francisco, young, gay and wracked with self-loathing. It was 1974, the Castro was in the process of becoming the LGBT mecca it is today, and the apartment Nicoletta rented was one block up from Castro Cam

Tuesday, 16:38 in World News

Do Machu Picchu from your sofa, thanks to Google Street View

Things get meta pretty quickly when you’re hanging out with the team from Google. I realise this on day one of the web giant’s project to map Machu Picchu, as we amble up to a popular viewpoint and stare into the thick mountain mist cloaking the citadel.

Tuesday, 16:23 in Travel

These are the people at the mercy of Trump's healthcare bill

With a green mohawk, colored to match his wrist wraps and the lettering on his team’s shirts, Andrew ‘Big Diesel’ Dziezak steps up to the deadlift bar bearing a weight of 385 lbs. His parents sit in the audience surrounded by 15 team-mates and half a doz

Tuesday, 11:09 in World News

Brexit divorce bill: what is it and how does it affect talks?

What is the divorce bill? Britain’s departure will leave a big hole in the European Union’s finances, and the EU wants a settlement to ensure that all the financial promises the UK made during its period as a member state are kept, even if the UK ends up

Tuesday, 09:56 in Politics

Five months of Trump: Muslims’ fears were high but neighbors stood by them

In the third week of the first Ramadan of the Donald Trump presidency, seven Muslim families gathered for an iftar dinner to conclude the day’s fast at a spacious home in a recently developed suburb of Easton, Pennsylvania. Men and women congregated in s

Tuesday, 08:04 in World News

Tuesday briefing: Deadly reality of Islamophobic terror

Top story: Finsbury park ‘every bit as sickening’ as Manchester and London Bridge attacks Good morning, it’s Warren Murray with your Briefing today. Witnesses have told how bystanders protected the suspect in the north London attack from harm while they

Tuesday, 06:41 in World News

Summer 2017's finest art, design and photography

Liverpool(e): Mover, Shaker, Architectural Risk-Taker “Liverpoole is one of the wonders of Britain,” wrote Daniel Defoe in 1715. “What it may grow to in time I know not.” He might be relieved not to have lived to see some of the city’s more dubious town

Tuesday, 06:19 in Art & Culture

Morning mail: London attack suspect named

Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Tuesday 20 June. Top stories A 47-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after driving his van into a crowd of Muslim worshippers in north Lo

Monday, 21:47 in World News

What is the Brexit timetable and how might it change?

What is the anticipated timetable? Almost one year after British voters asked to leave the EU, official exit talks started on Monday 19 June. David Davis, the Brexit secretary, sat opposite Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief negotiator, at the European commi

Monday, 13:53 in World News

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