Soccer Aid for Unicef 2021
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Soccer Aid for Unicef 2021
Victoria Covid update: vaccination to be compulsory for teachers as state records 628 new cases. Education minister James Merlino says all school and childcare staff will need to have their first jab or a booking by 18 October
Willie Garson, who played Stanford Blatch on TV’s “Sex and the City” and its movie sequels, has died at the age of 57
Most infants in 91 countries are malnourished, warns Unicef. Climate crisis, conflict and Covid stunting progress on nutrition, UN says on eve of food security summit
US will return to ‘full compliance’ if Iran does so, president says
Evergrande has a debt of £217bn that it has been unable to pay off raising concerns of a possible collapse
A flashy cop with a taste for fast cars falls from grace following the leak of spine-chilling footage of a brutal interrogation gone wrong.
5.8 magnitude earthquake hits Melbourne, news anchors experience tremors on-air
<strong>The Man Who Pays His Way:</strong> the definitive travel checklist
Mathematicians discover music really can be infectious – like a virusNew music download patterns appear to closely resemble epidemic curves for infectious disease, study finds Electronica appears to be the most infectious music genre, according to the research. Photograph: Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/Rex/Shutterstock
A whole generation has only ever known Angela Merkel as chancellor in Germany. Find out how they feel about her leaving, her politics and what they want from the future.View on euronews
Why would anyone hate Ted Lasso?. The fish-out-of-water sports sitcom is about little more than a nice man being nice. Yet it has become a cultural lightning rod
Country diary: the warren is here, but the fluffle of rabbits has gone. Sandy, Bedfordshire: The grass has grown taller than a rabbit’s ears and there’s not a bunny in sight
The war against Covid is over – if we want it to be. As we learn to live in peace with the virus, vulnerable people must be protected, rapid antigen testing can be used to help protect children, and global health equity is vital
Boris Johnson and Joe Biden spoke about the case of US citizen Anne Sacoolas, who is alleged to have killed Briton Harry Dunn by dangerous driving.
Priti Patel and Grant Shapps said police will also be given powers to deal with ‘guerilla’ activism.
The betting company said it had been approached by DraftKings on Sunday with a second approach.
A person with direct knowledge of Ben Simmons' plans tells The Associated Press the All-Star guard won't report to training camp next week
Sharon Graham says she will focus on current industrial disputes affecting her members.
Victoria Covid restrictions: Melbourne lockdown, curfew and regional Vic coronavirus rules explained. Victoria’s premier Daniel Andrews has announced eased restrictions across most of Victoria as the state reaches its 70% first-dose vaccination target. Here’s what you need to know about schools, travel, childcare and work
The House has approved legislation to fund the government, suspend its borrowing limit and provide federal disaster and refugee aid