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Everything you need to know about the latest travel announcements
The latest review of the UK’s travel restrictions will come in the last week of August after wholesale changes were made to the travel lists on August 5. From August 8, four countries are being removed from England’s red list and four are being added while seven more, including Germany are being added to the green list. When is the next UK travel review?
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British athletes continue to impress in Japan
The Biden administration is taking the first steps toward requiring nearly all foreign visitors to the U.S. to be vaccinated for the coronavirus
Australia’s government has pledged $813 million to address Indigenous disadvantage, including compensation to thousands of mixed-race children who were taken from their families
As paramedics in south-west Sydney we are pushed beyond exhaustion – and into a dystopian worldStaff morale has never been lower and the only thing keeping us afloat is joking about how we’re drowning ‘The loneliness I feel by keeping totally isolated from loved ones and the risk I put myself at helping us all get back to a normal life is burning me out.’ Photograph: Sean Foster/Getty Images
Arrivals from France will no longer need to self-isolate, aligning the nation with other countries on the amber list.
Cycling past queues of heavy traffic is a liberating feeling, but it can be daunting at first, says Liz Connor.
Facebook let fossil-fuel industry push climate misinformation, report finds. Thinktank InfluenceMap accuses petroleum giants of gaming Facebook to promote oil and gas as part of climate-crisis solution
NSW Covid update: Sydney suffers worst day of pandemic with 262 cases and five deaths as Delta spreads north . Beach party in Newcastle triggers snap lockdown in Hunter and Upper Hunter, while virus found in sewage puts Armidale and Dubbo on high alert
Britain’s national parks dominated by driven grouse moors, says studyExclusive: Area twice the size of London devoted to grouse shooting in UK’s parks, threatening efforts to tackle climate crisis Driven grouse moors in the UK’s national parks are associated with the controversial burning of vegetation and the illegal persecution of birds of prey. Photograph: Coatsey/Alamy
Thursday briefing: Holidays get the green lightQuarantine-free trips to France and Spain approved for fully vaccinated … NHS loses its crown in global ranking … life lessons from young athletes Laredo, northern Spain. Photograph: Álvaro Barrientos/AP
Teenager Kieran Woolley and cameraman were both uninjured in bizarre incident
Welcome to Australia’s pandemic patois: tell us about your lockdown language From ‘dick-nose’ to ‘locky d’, slang words which poke fun at coronavirus have slipped into the Aussie vocabulary. Share your favourites in the comments ‘The Australian vernacular has a wonderfully unique ability to undercut the enormity, formidability and power of anything that risks bowing into submission the spirit of the convict nation.’ Photograph: Matt King/Getty Images
Fleeing the Taliban: Afghans met with rising anti-refugee hostility in TurkeyAs violence causes a fresh wave of desperate journeys, populist politicians claim their country has become a ‘dumping ground’ Durdana and her family in a people-smuggler’s house in the centre of Van, Turkey. Photographs: Emre Caylak/The Guardian Photograph: Emre Caylak/The Guardian
C.S. Satheesha spells out "A-P-P-L-E" into his phone as he teaches remotely from the only place he can get a signal -- a treehouse in his back garden in southern India.
A primary teacher swam carefully through jellyfish-infested waters whilst diving off the coast of Rossnowlagh Beach in Donegal, Ireland.Conor Bradley was making a video about underwater habitats when he encountered the massive volume of jellyfish on July 20. He recorded a video that shows himself slowly manoeuvring among the marine creatures.“Mad, I’ve gotta get out,” Bradley says in the video as he floats on the surface of the ocean to take a breath.Bradley wrote in a YouTube caption that the jellyfish bloom was very rare at Rossnowlagh beach. “What an incredible experience,” he wrote.Bradley told Storyful that he was a primary teacher based in Qatar. He started recording videos for his students as his school swapped to virtual learning after the lockdown due to COVID-19 last year.He created an educational YouTube channel, Mr. Bradley – Learning Made Fun , last September. Credit: Conor Bradley via Storyful
British coronavirus vaccine developer Sarah Gilbert has many science accolades to her credit but now shares an honor with Beyonce, Marilyn Monroe and Eleanor Roosevelt: a Barbie doll in her likeness. Gilbert, a 59-year-old professor at Oxford University and co-developer of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine, is one of six women in the COVID-19 fight who have new Barbies modeled after them.Toy maker Mattel Inc is recognizing them with a line of Barbie "role model" dolls.Gilbert's Barbie shares her lo
Teen and tween skaters from Japan and Britain soared to victory in the women’s park competition on Wednesday, while 18-year-old Australian Keegan Palmer claimed gold in the men’s contest on Thursday. Much like in the street skateboarding contest, the women’s park winners were all under the age of 20, with hometown heroes Sakura Yosozumi and Kokona Hiraki cinching gold and silver, while Britain’s Sky Brown took bronze.In the gripping women’s final on Wednesday, Yosozumi, 19, landed two 540s in he