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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are among those chosen as Time magazine's 100 most influential people. Harry and Meghan are on one of seven covers and the photo shows the prince behind his ex-actress wife, both of them dressed casually in front of a background of trees. Chef Jose Andres, who funded the World Kitchen charity that partners with the Archewell Foundation, wrote in a tribute that it would have been safer for the couple to stay silent.
Boris Johnson overhauled some of the cabinet's top positions on Wednesday, sacking Education Secretary Gavin Williamson and replacing him with vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi. Justice Secretary Robert Buckland and Housing, Communities and Local Government Secretary Robert Jenrick departed their roles - and schools minister Nick Gibb was also shown the door.
‘Despicable’: Sydney police stop Muslim mourners from watching funerals from carsNSW police say people were in breach of public health orders as four men arrested at Rookwood cemeteryFollow our Covid live blog for the latest updatesNSW Covid vaccination rate by postcode – check your suburbNSW restrictions; border restrictionsCovid vaccine rollout and rates tracker; cases, trends and data trackerGet our free news app; get our morning email briefing Police standing at Rookwood cemetery Photograph:
The Dave series features three comedians travelling around the country.
Olympic gymnast Simone Biles held back tears on Wednesday, as she told lawmakers how the FBI and U.S. gymnastic and Olympic officials failed to stop the sexual abuse that she and hundreds of other athletes suffered from former doctor Larry Nassar. “To be clear, I blame Larry Nassar and I also blame an entire system that enabled and perpetrated his abuse,” she said before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee alongside fellow gymnasts McKayla Maroney, Aly Raisman and Maggie Nichols.Biles added that
The reality TV star appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Raab and Gove lose out as Truss promoted in reshuffle High noon for ministers who fell short of expectations Another first for Truss as she arrives at the top table Exclusive: Get ready for a general election, says Dowden Britain will help Australia build subs to counter China Coronavirus latest news: Travel traffic light system set for shake-up in time for October half term
Religious schools in Victoria will lose right to sack workers based on sexuality in law changeVictoria’s attorney general Jaclyn Symes says the state’s current legislation is out of step with other parts of AustraliaGet our free news app; get our morning email briefing Attorney general Jaclyn Symes said changes to legislation regarding religious schools in Victoria were needed as some teachers feared losing their jobs if outed to their employers. Photograph: James Ross/AAP
Aukus submarines banned from New Zealand as pact exposes divide with western alliesExperts say Aukus military deal underlines Australia’s increasingly close alignment with the US on China – and New Zealand’s relative distance New Zealand has said Australian nuclear-powered submarines built as part of the Aukus pact will be unwelcome, in line with its nuclear-free policies. Photograph: Loren Elliott/Reuters
"We have an independent foreign policy", says New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, after confirming that New Zealand would not lift a ban on nuclear-powered vessels entering its waters in the wake of Australia's decision to develop a nuclear submarine fleet.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte will not cooperate with the International Criminal Court's probe into the drug war, his lawyer said Thursday, insisting the tribunal does not have jurisdiction in the country.
NSW Covid update: 1,351 new cases and 12 deaths as Albury and Lismore enter snap lockdownNew regional restrictions come as stay-at-home orders lifted for 12 local government areas in the south and west of the stateFollow our Covid live blog for the latest updatesNSW Covid vaccination rate by postcode – check your suburbNSW restrictions; border restrictionsCovid vaccine rollout and rates tracker; cases, trends and data trackerGet our free news app; get our morning email briefing
Haiti’s government is starting to crumble as Prime Minister Ariel Henry faces increased scrutiny from authorities investigating the president’s slaying, with Henry firing the justice minister late Wednesday, just hours after another top official resigned and accused Henry of obstructing justice in a sharply worded letter. Henry’s dismissal of Justice Minister Rockfeller Vincent came a day after he fired Port-au-Prince’s chief prosecutor, who had linked the prime minister to a key suspect in the
Japan's exports rose 26% in August from a year earlier, below analysts' forecasts, as supply chain disruptions hit manufacturers
‘Do it for our kids’: Ardern urges people to get Covid vaccine as New Zealand reports 13 cases. Mobile vaccination buses head out to boost rollout as health officials trace movements of infected essential worker who travelled outside Auckland
Whitehaven Coal’s Vickery mine given green light by environment ministerSussan Ley’s decision denounced as a ‘betrayal of young people’ and follows a federal court ruling that she has a duty of care to protect young people from the climate crisisSign up to receive an email with the top stories from Guardian Australia every morning Australian environment minister Sussan Ley has approved Whitehaven Coal’s Vickery coalmine extension near Gunnedah, NSW, just six weeks before the UN Cop26 climate con
Morrison evades question on when he found out about blind trust payment toward Christian Porter’s legal feesThe PM suggests there may be consequences if Porter breached ministerial guidelines as political pressure on the industry minister growsGet our free news app; get our morning email briefing Prime minister Scott Morrison addressing the media on Thursday. Morrison would not reveal if Christian Porter advised him of a blind trust’s part payment of his legal fees. Photograph: Mike Bowers/The G
The head of Islamic State in the Greater Sahara, who was wanted for deadly attacks on US soldiers and foreign aid workers, has been killed in an operation by French troops.
Youth services in England and Wales ‘face being decimated’. Calls for more funding and 50,000 new workers and volunteers to meet steep rise in demand during Covid
Rise in stillbirths linked to lack of face-to-face appointments Scrap pre-departure Covid tests now, travel chiefs urge Why triggering Plan B is a problem Teachers told to call police if anti-vaxxers protest outside schools Zahawi moves up a grade after victorious vaccine rollout