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'We're sort of her mum': behind the scenes at Taronga zoo

Lily and Blossom are about to be toilet trained at Taronga zoo. The two young sugar gliders are curled up together inside a wooden box within a staff bathroom while trainer Suzie Lemon is trying to coax them out with the promise of a sugary, sap-like tre

Sunday, 20:12 in World News
 

'I loved being part of that scene': 80s style tribes, then and now

Carrie Kirkpatrick and Gill Soper, skinheads (above) Carrie I got into punk at the age of 12, and went quite wild with it. It was a means of escape from difficult situations at home. I found it empowering; going to gigs and drinking and taking drugs was

Saturday, 09:07 in Art & Culture
 

Homeless, assaulted, broke: drivers left behind as Uber promises change at the top

It was billed as one of the most important company-wide meetings in the history of Uber. Yet as staff gathered on Tuesday morning at Uber’s headquarters in San Francisco, there was one very conspicuous absence. “Let us address the elephant in the room,”

Saturday, 08:03 in World News
 

The Resistance Now: Trumpcare in the crosshairs

‘Down Ballot Revolutionaries’ show how progressives can win office Bernie Sanders riled up the People’s Summit in typical fashion last Saturday night – blasting the “absolute failure” of the Democratic party went down particularly well. But some of the m

Friday, 20:25 in World News
 

How to take great photos of food – six tips from an expert

Six years ago I opened an Instagram account, @theskinnybib, to tell of my obsession with food, travel and culture. After 5,211 posts and 783,403 likes, I have developed another obsession: food photography. I now know how to shoot the most intimate angle

16 June 2017 in Lifestyle
 

One meal a day: the Lake Chad crisis in pictures

Ramata Modou, 58, holds a photograph of herself. Ramata is community leader at the IDP (internally displaced persons) camp for women and children, Mémé When armed men entered Ramata’s village her husband suffered a heart attack and died. Her 17-year-old

16 June 2017 in World News
 

A shock to the system: how Corbyn changed the rules of British politics

When the clock struck 10 last Thursday night, there was a moment of collective disorientation. With each tolling of the bell, the solid political ground we had been standing on was shaken by tectonic shifts below. On television, the anchors sounded uncon

16 June 2017 in Politics
 

The rise of e-sports: are addiction and corruption the price of its success?

If you had been away from the planet for the past quarter of a century, one of the few things you might find comfortingly familiar on your return is the world of sport. While the digital revolution has transformed the way we shop, chat, date, do politics

16 June 2017 in Health
 

The rise of e-sports: are addiction and corruption the price of its success?

If you had been away from the planet for the past quarter of a century, one of the few things you might find comfortingly familiar on your return is the world of sport. While the digital revolution has transformed the way we shop, chat, date, do politics

16 June 2017 in World News
 

Donald Trump and Rupert Murdoch: inside the billionaire bromance

The alliance between Donald Trump and Rupert Murdoch has never been stronger. In April, the Australian-born media mogul topped the New York Times’ list of Trump’s key advisers outside the White House, identified as someone the president speaks to “on the

16 June 2017 in World News
 

Inside the rehab saving young men from their internet addiction

By the time Marshall Carpenter’s father broke down the barricaded door of his son’s apartment and physically ripped him away from his electronic devices, the 25-year-old was in a bad way. He could not bear to live a life that didn’t involve hours upon ho

16 June 2017 in Science &Technology
 

'Midwifery is a calling, not a profession': childbirth stories around the world

Roughly 800 women and more than 8,000 newborns die every day, due to largely preventable complications during and after pregnancy and childbirth. If a well-trained midwife had been there, according to a Lancet study in 2014, 83% of those lives could have

16 June 2017 in World News
 

'Midwifery is a calling, not a profession': childbirth stories around the world

Roughly 800 women and more than 8,000 newborns die every day, due to largely preventable complications during and after pregnancy and childbirth. If a well-trained midwife had been there, according to a Lancet study in 2014, 83% of those lives could have

16 June 2017 in Health
 

Friday briefing: Grenfell Tower now a crime scene

Top story: Anger builds after inferno Good morning, Graham Russell here to bring you today’s news. Police have begun a criminal investigation into the Grenfell Tower fire amid growing political rancour and anger at the type of cladding used in a recent r

16 June 2017 in World News
 

Summer 2017's essential theatre: from the rise of Murdoch's Sun to Dylan's dustbowl blues

Gloria Playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins made a sensational impact with An Octoroon at London’s Orange Tree this year. His latest, shortlisted for the Pulitzer prize, is a comedy about a group of adrenalin-filled, youthful high-fliers working for a New Y

16 June 2017 in Art & Culture
 
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