The alleged double murder of Jesse Baird and Luke Davies
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by The Guardian
4h ago
The alleged double murder of a young couple has left many in Sydney’s queer community hurting and angry. Reporters Catie McLeod and Jordyn Beazley speak to Nour Haydar about the ongoing investigation and the fractured relationship between police and the LGBTQ+ community ..read more
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Will shaming employers close the gender pay gap?
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by The Guardian
4h ago
This week the gender pay gaps at thousands of Australia’s largest employers were made public for the first time. And the data paints a stark picture, with some of the country’s most recognisable companies posting gender pay gaps of 30-40% in favour of male employees Reporter Kate Lyons tells Nour Haydar which companies have the most work to do and whether public accountability will drive change You can support the Guardian at theguardian.com/fullstorysupport ..read more
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The high-stakes political fight for Dunkley
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by The Guardian
2d ago
This weekend voters in the Victorian electorate of Dunkley will head to the polls in a crucial federal byelection that will become the first test of how the community views the performance of Anthony Albanese and Peter Dutton in a cost-of-living crisis. Jane Lee speaks to Sarah Basford Canales and Benita Kolovos about what’s at stake for the major parties as we inch closer to an election year You can support the Guardian at theguardian.com/fullstorysupport ..read more
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‘Genocide isn’t a crime that grows old’: a special Guardian Australia/Four Corners investigation
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by The Guardian
2d ago
Thirty years after one of the worst atrocities of the 20th century, Guardian reporter Ben Doherty travels to Rwanda to investigate claims by Rwandan authorities that two men they believe are living in Australia allegedly participated in genocide. Doherty speaks to genocide survivors, learns first-hand of Rwanda’s difficult path to reconciliation and investigates questions about Australia’s screening processes and willingness to investigate alleged war crimes In this special episode of Full Story, we hear what was discovered in this year-long joint investigation from Four Corners and Guardian A ..read more
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Newsroom edition: the political resistance to clean energy
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by The Guardian
6d ago
As Australia’s average temperature increases by 1.5C and extreme weather events become more severe, the public has made its feelings clear. Most Australians want to transition to clean energy. But in this country, the climate wars never die. The Coalition, which claims to back a target of net zero by 2050, seems to oppose any policy that could help get us there, while the Labor government often appears on the back foot when defending even their modest policies. Gabrielle Jackson talks to climate and environment editor Adam Morton and national news editor Patrick Keneally about why the public s ..read more
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The shocking death and extraordinary life of Alexei Navalny
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by The Guardian
1w ago
The opposition leader and anti-corruption campaigner was Vladimir Putin’s fiercest critic. What does his death in a Siberian prison tell us about Russia today? Andrew Roth reports ..read more
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Is Joe Biden too old to be president?
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by The Guardian
1w ago
The US president’s age is increasingly becoming a political liability – even though Donald Trump is just four years younger. David Smith reports ..read more
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Newsroom edition: Barnaby Joyce and the politics of privacy
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by The Guardian
1w ago
Last week, Barnaby Joyce was filmed lying on a Canberra footpath, swearing profanities into his phone. He blamed the incident on the interaction between alcohol and prescription medication. Some critics called for his resignation, others called for the former deputy prime minister’s privacy to be respected. So where’s the line between a public’s right to know and a politician’s right to privacy? Gabrielle Jackson talks to editor-in-chief Lenore Taylor and head of newsroom Mike Ticher about the politics of privacy in public life ..read more
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Why Peter Dutton doesn’t want the right to disconnect
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by The Guardian
2w ago
This week parliament passed new laws making it legal for you to ignore your work email after hours. The government says this is needed to protect workers’ rights in the digital age. But the Dutton-led Coalition says it will damage productivity. Chief political correspondent Paul Karp tells Jane Lee what the right to disconnect means for you and why it is shaping up to be an election battle You can support the Guardian at theguardian.com/fullstorysupport ..read more
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Dog résumés? The lengths we’re going to for a rental property
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by The Guardian
2w ago
What happens when you can’t find a rental in your budget and you own a dog? Caitlin Cassidy recounts her horror story looking for a home with a pet, and Cait Kelly speaks to Gabrielle Jackson about what’s driving the rental crisis and what needs to be done to fix it. You can support the Guardian at theguardian.com/fullstorysupport ..read more
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