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Australia politics live: Tanya Plibersek blocks Clive Palmer’s proposed coalmine; four Australians missing after Turkey quake

Follow all the day’s newsGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastComplaints about telcos jumps 9.9% in last quarter of 2022The number of complaints about telecommunications companies in the last three months of 2022 rose by 9.9% off the back of the Optus data breach.We began to see the impact of the Optus data breach...

Turkey and Syria earthquake: four Australians missing following disaster

Prime minister Anthony Albanese announces team of 72 defence force personnel will assist local authoritiesFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastFour Australians are unaccounted for after the devastating earthquakes in Turkey and Syria as the federal government...

Iowa teen saves man and dog after vehicle falls into icy lake

Joe Salmon, 17, was ice fishing when he saw a Jeep driven by Thomas Lee, 83, drop through the ice under a highway bridgeA 17-year-old, three-sport athlete from Iowa has earned acclaim as a hero after jumping into an icy lake to save a man in his 80s and a dog who were trapped in a car that had fallen in the water over the weekend – a dramatic rescue...

Ex-Twitter execs to testify in Congress on handling of Hunter Biden laptop reporting

Company temporarily restricted New York Post article in 2020 about contents of the abandoned computer of Joe Biden’s sonFormer senior staff at Twitter will testify on Wednesday before the House oversight committee about the social media platform’s handling of reporting on Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden.The hearing has set the stage for the agenda of a...

UK MPs and peers find HSBC complicit in Hong Kong human rights abuses

Bank sided with China in denying pension payouts to people who fled crackdown, says all-party groupHSBC is complicit in human rights abuses against Hong Kong residents by siding with Chinese authorities and denying pension payouts to those who fled the authoritarian crackdown, an inquiry by peers and MPs has concluded.The report by the all-party parliamentary...

Mary, Queen of Scots prison letters finally decoded

Experts say codebreakers’ discovery is most significant about royal for more than a centuryA team of codebreakers have cracked secret coded messages in letters written by Mary, Queen of Scots while she was imprisoned by her cousin Queen Elizabeth I, in what experts have said is the most significant discovery about Mary for more than a century.Fifty-seven...

Royal Mail reveals image of King Charles to be used on stamps

First and second class designs reflect monarch’s desire for continuity and will be on sale from 4 AprilThe image of King Charles III that will be used on first and second class stamps has been revealed, with Royal Mail expected to make them available for the public to buy from 4 April.The image depicts the king in profile facing to the left, known as...

The Time Traveller’s Wife musical sets a date for London’s West End

With music and lyrics by Dave Stewart and Joss Stone, the show based on Audrey Niffenegger’s bestseller will open in autumnA musical based on Audrey Niffenegger’s The Time Traveller’s Wife, with music and lyrics by Dave Stewart and Joss Stone, will open in London’s West End this autumn.The bestselling novel, about an artist whose husband’s genetic disorder...

Man guilty of manslaughter after fatal Surfers Paradise brawl over stolen hot chips

Brisbane supreme court told accused punched victim causing him to fall and suffer head injuries that claimed his life 10 days laterFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastA Sydney man has been found guilty of the manslaughter of a Brazilian national at Surfers...

Malka Leifer trial hears three sisters allegedly abused by teacher had ‘no understanding of sex’ at the time

The girls were too afraid to tell anyone given the former principal’s standing in the Hasidic community, Victoria’s county court hearsFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastThree sisters allegedly raped and sexually abused by their teacher at an ultra-orthodox...

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