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‘Shark calling’: locals claim ancient custom threatened by deep-sea mining

Posted on Oct 01, 2021

To catch a shark in the waters off Papua New Guinea, first the men sing. They sing the names of their ancestors and their respects to the shark. They shake a coconu


Mark Drakeford attacks Westminster ‘failure’ over fuel crisis

Posted on Oct 01, 2021

The Welsh first minister has launched a strong attack on the UK government, claiming that a combination of ideology, incompetence and malevolence had resulted in the f


What the government has to do to get the economy moving again

Posted on Oct 01, 2021

The events of the past week have shown the fragility of the UK’s economic recovery. The issue of labour shortages is nothing new. Three years ago, the British Chambe


New York mandates vaccines for health workers – how will it play out?

Posted on Oct 01, 2021

E rie County Medical Center, a hospital in the western New York city of Buffalo, just recorded its highest single-day patient count ever – 553 p


Indigenous Amazon singers and sacred cacao … the UK festival that’s wild in a different way

Posted on Oct 01, 2021

On a stage in a yurt in the Berkshire countryside, the leader of the Huni Kuin tribe from the Brazilian Amazon is talking about indigenous culture. In 2000, Ninawa P


‘I’d like to find a Roman fibula brooch’: watching the detectorists – a photo essay

Posted on Oct 01, 2021

I n July 2009, Terry Herbert of the Bloxwich Research and Metal Detecting club picked up a signal with his metal detector; the signal for what we


Reform UK tones down culture war rhetoric and targets Tory voters

Posted on Oct 01, 2021

Reform UK, the rebranded Brexit party, plans to focus less on culture war issues and instead try to attract disenchanted Conservatives with more weighty policy offerin


Black History Month launches in UK with ‘proud to be’ campaign

Posted on Oct 01, 2021

Black History Month launches with hundreds of events across the country this October, amid a new campaign encouraging people of all ages to share what they are proud t


Human rights lawyers call on UK government to ban ‘conversion therapy’

Posted on Oct 01, 2021

Leading human rights lawyers and experts have called for swift action to outlaw so-called conversion therapy, which they say is degrading and harmful, and should not b


Huge domes of dust drift across my floor. Where do they come from – and why do I feel so afraid?

Posted on Oct 01, 2021

Is it Covid or is it dust? Since I moved into this apartment, I frequently wake up with a runny nose, an inflamed throat and watery eyes. I’ve never lived in a pla


Covid rule change will let South Americans play in World Cup qualifiers

Posted on Oct 01, 2021

The government is to announce new rules to enable players who travel to red zone countries during the international break to play upon their return, but conditions wil


Flu and Covid jabs safe to be given at same time, study finds

Posted on Oct 01, 2021

Flu jabs are safe to give at the same time as the Pfizer or AstraZeneca Covid vaccines, according to the first clinical trial to investigate co-administering the shots


UK joins calls on Mali to end alleged deal with Russian mercenaries

Posted on Oct 01, 2021

The UK has joined a mounting international campaign of pressure on Mali’s military leaders to step back from a suspected deal with a Russian mercenary company, amid fe


‘I pleaded for help. No one wrote back’: the pain of watching my country fall to the Taliban

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

I n the weeks before Kabul fell, my mind was strangely calm. There is a moment just before the world falls apart, when human beings almost believe


Tell us: have you decided not to have children for financial reasons?

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

With the costs of living rising in the UK and millennials increasingly feeling the squeeze, a senior Labour minister has recently said that people are putting off havi


Tell us: how will you or your business be affected by the ending of the UK furlough scheme?

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

The government’s furlough scheme, introduced in April 2020, will end on 30 September. We’re interested to hear from employees still currently on furlough how they m


Plight of the pickled onion: how pub snacks went from simple nosh to properly posh

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

In the past seven years, the snack menu at Sheffield micropub the Beer House has been on quite a journey. If you like a bag of peanuts with your pint, it’s one you’ll


The 20 best recipes for the weekend

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

N igella Lawson’s American pancakes or Florence Knight’s ’nduja tortilla? Perhaps add in a side of Sami Tamimi and Tara Wigley’s brilliant green s


Sailing adventure: how young cancer patients can rebuild confidence at sea

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

The word cancer should never be associated with children but, very sadly, around 4,400 young people in the UK, aged 24 and under, are diagnosed with cancer every year,


Calling all keen craftspeople: enter our competition to win a Guardian Masterclass and a bottle of whisky

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

Do you embroider or illustrate? Carve wood or crochet? Are you a dressmaker or a DJ? A mixologist or ceramicist? Now’s your time to shine. Whether you’re one of the UK


Jessye Norman’s family sue over treatment that allegedly left her paralysed

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

She had a voice described as a “grand mansion of sound”, won four Grammy awards and thrilled audiences in the world’s opera house – but suddenly stopped perfor


UK growth revised up to 5.5% amid higher NHS spending and exports rise

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

Higher NHS spending, stronger investment and a bounce back in exports helped the UK economy to recover more quickly from the lockdown at the start of the year, officia


David Tennant to play poisoned former spy Alexander Litvinenko

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

David Tennant is to play the former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko in a four-part ITV series. The drama, Litvinenko, depicts how the former FSB officer was poisone


UK’s new £500m winter hardship fund branded as ‘sticking plaster’

Posted on Sep 30, 2021

Charities and the Labour party have criticised the government’s planned £500m winter hardship fund as a “temporary sticking plaster” that will not help struggli