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Boris Johnson lifted the vast majority of the remaining Covid-19 restrictions in England on July 19, as the country moved to step four of its coronavirus lockdown roadmap. Every adult in the UK should have had the chance to have both doses of a coronavirus vaccine by mid-September, the Government said. The government has said it was not expecting work in offices to be completely back on July 19.
Russian athletes are still present at Tokyo 2020, despite a ban for the country over a state-sponsored doping scheme
FASHION: The sexualisation of women’s bodies has been evident throughout Olympics history, <strong>Saman Javed</strong> discovers
Singer puts story to bed on TikTok
Mayor of Newmarket Michael Jefferys said he was ‘dismayed’ with Mr Hancock
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will visit Edinburgh, Glasgow and Fife to meet people supported by the UK Government’s ‘plan for jobs’ scheme.
Love Is Blind: After the Altar review – even true love cannot be worth a night like this. Netflix’s new three-part follow-up asks viewers to spend a lot of time catching up with people we weren’t all that invested in to start with
‘Extraordinary profits’: New Zealand considers breaking up supermarket duopolyReport finds the country’s main grocers, Woolworths and Foodstuffs, make huge profits compared with their international counterparts New Zealand is considering breaking up its supermarket duopoly after a report found the grocers, Woolworths and Foodstuffs, making huge profits compared with international counterparts. Photograph: d3sign/Getty Images
Despite missing out on a medal, Helen Glover says she is "incredibly proud" to finish fourth in her Olympic final but is itching to get home to her kids. For British rower Glover, just qualifying for the final of the women's pair with partner Polly Swann was an achievement considering she retired from the sport four years ago to focus on her family. In that time, the rower married TV presenter Steve Backshall in 2016 and had three children - including twins last year.
Police officer accused of murder of Kumanjayi Walker seeks to argue he was acting in ‘good faith’Zachary Rolfe’s lawyer tells court provisions in Northern Territory law provide police with immunity in certain circumstances NT police officer Zachary Rolfe is accused of the murder of Indigenous man Kumanjayi Walker, pictured. Photograph: SUPPLIED/PR IMAGE
From ‘it’s not a race’ to ‘go for gold’: how Scott Morrison pivoted on Australia’s Covid vaccine rolloutAs the Sydney outbreak worsens and jabs in arms lag behind much of the world, the PM’s choice of sporting analogies has shifted Follow our Covid live blog for the latest updatesJust 39% of NSW residents over 70 are fully vaccinatedFrom the front to the back of the queue: how Australia’s vaccine rollout unravelledVaccine rollout tracker; get our free news app; get our morning email briefing
The Tunisian presidency fired the head of the national television channel on Wednesday after two guests were briefly banned from entering its studios to take part in a programme. The dismissal of Wataniya's CEO comes after president Kais Saied suspended parliament and sacked the prime minister on Sunday, in what opponents have labelled a coup.On Monday, Qatari broadcaster Al Jazeera said police had forced its Tunis office to close, adding to fears that civil liberties and press freedom were at r
Alan Jones column ended by Daily Telegraph amid controversial Covid and anti-lockdown commentary. Veteran broadcaster rejects claims he ‘no longer resonates with readers’
Fintan McCarthy and Paul O’Donovan held off a late charge from Germany to win the gold medal for Ireland in the men’s lightweight double sculls. The Irish boat looked secure through the first 1,000 meters before German duo Jonathan Rommelmann and Jason Osborne closed the gap with 500 to go and threatened to pull even. A late surge over the final 200 meters sent the Irish to the win by 0.86 seconds, while Italy’s Stefano Oppo and Pietro Ruta won bronze.
Three schoolteachers in Washington state who sued chemical company Monsanto over exposure to materials in fluorescent lights have been awarded $185 million
The city of Nanjing in China’s Jiangsu province held mass COVID-19 testing for its nine million residents on July 25 amid an outbreak of the Delta strain of coronavirus.Jiangsu recorded 48 new confirmed cases of coronavirus on July 27, according to national health authorities, bringing the total number of cases in the city to 155. Local news reports citing officials said the outbreak was linked to the Delta variant.The province began mass testing residents on Wednesday, July 21, after several airport workers had tested positive to the virus, according to news reports.This video shows residents lining up to be tested in the second round of the city’s mass testing on July 25. Credit: u/6019494980 via Storyful
Covid border restrictions across Australia: where you can and can’t travel between states – and to New Zealand. Planning a trip across state borders or a weekend away? Is the border between Victoria and NSW closed? Can you travel into or out of Sydney, from NSW to Qld, or to Victoria, SA, WA, NT or NZ? Before you leave home, check our state-by-state guide to coronavirus travel restrictions.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has paid tribute to China’s war dead at a Pyongyang memorial and vowed to maintain firm ties with Beijing, as he seeks to bolster relations with his country’s main ally amid deepening hardships linked to the pandemic
A lawyer for the first person convicted under Hong Kong’s national security law has asked for no more than 10 years in prison
Gymnastics takes centre stage despite Simone Biles’ absence