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New Zealand squad hit with another outbreak of mumps Ardie Savea is in isolation in the teams Cardiff hotel We are taking it seriously and the doctor reacted really quicklyNew Zealand have been hit by a second outbreak of mumps on their European tour but are confident it has been contained before their fina
The Guardian | 2 hours, 55 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Argentinian submarine search intensifies as fears grow for crew Missing naval vessel ARA San Juan would only have one days worth of oxygen reserves left after six days without contactA massive search and rescue operation has intensified to find the Argentinian navy submarine ARA San Juan that went missing six days ago
The Guardian | 3 hours ago | comment? | recommend
A key medicine agency has left Britain. This is the start of a Brexodus | Mike Galsworthy The European Medicines Agency is gone for good, taking 900 jobs with it. Unless the government intervenes soon, more institutions will follow Mike Galsworthy is co-founder of Scientists for EUAmsterdam has won the right to become the new host for the Euro
The Guardian | 3 hours, 1 minute ago | comment? | recommend
What to look out for in Philip Hammonds budget speech How will the chancellor try to improve British productivity and tackle pressures over public services and welfare? This is Philip Hammonds first budget statement since the general election in June and the third since he became chancellor last year.In Marc
The Guardian | 3 hours, 18 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Zimbabweans celebrate Robert Mugabe's resignation video Celebrations spread through the streets of Harare after it was announced that the president had resigned. Though some still consider Mugabe a hero of the liberation struggle, many more reviled Mugabe as a dictator prepared to sacrifice the economic wellbe
The Guardian | 3 hours, 45 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Apple under fire over reports students worked illegal overtime to build iPhone X Manufacturing partner Foxconn had student interns working 11-hour days to make 999 iPhone Apple has been accused of relying on students working illegal overtime to build the iPhone X, through its contractor Foxconn, which manufactures the devices in Zheng
The Guardian | 3 hours, 52 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
UK water firms admit using divining rods to find leaks and pipes Calls for regulator to stop companies passing cost of using discredited medieval practice on to customersTen out of the 12 water companies in the UK have admitted they are still using the practice of water dowsing despite the lack of scientific evidence f
The Guardian | 3 hours, 53 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Centrelink to use 1,000 labour-hire staff to help recover welfare debts Department says surge in use of private contractors is temporary but union says government is privatising our safety net Centrelink will enlist up to 1,000 staff from labour-hire firms to help it recover debts and enforce the compliance of welfare recipie
The Guardian | 3 hours, 53 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Queensland land-clearing shown in aerial and satellite images Google Earth reveals a property on which hundreds of hectares of previously untouched forest have been clearedThe tree-clearing explosion occurring in Queensland, usually reported in seemingly impossibly large numbers of hectares or square kilometres, is
The Guardian | 3 hours, 53 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Australia v England, Ashes 2017-18: Guardian writers predictions Who will win and by how much? Who will excite and what will annoy? Can Joe Root outscore Steve Smith? Will Mitchell Starc or Jimmy Anderson dominate?Vic Marks: Australia because they usually do. England have won there once in their last seven tours. Conti
The Guardian | 3 hours, 53 minutes ago | comment? | recommend