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Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/08/2020 16:00
The information commissioner says release of material previously redacted by the scientific agency is a matter of public interest. An important freedom of information ruling from the information commissioner involving the CSIRO has set a new bar on when the public service can withhold documents detailing internal deliberations if they concern matters of public importance. South Australian senator Rex Patrick has been trying to gain access to CSIRO documents that touch on how the scientific agency dealt with criticisms from the SA royal commission into the Murray-Darling Basin plan.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/08/2020 16:00
Nation is facing shortage of shearers for its 68 million sheep as hundreds are barred from taking their usual trip across the Tasman Sea. It’s a tradition that stretches back decades. Every year, hundreds of New Zealanders fly in to Australia for the spring shearing season – a huge mobilisation of workers essential to the success of the nation’s wool industry. In dusty sheds on outback farms they join up with local shearers and, between them, relieve five million sheep of their fleeces over eight weeks.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/08/2020 16:00
Review recommends ‘trailing liability’, where owners remain liable for decommissioning sites after selling them. Energy giant Woodside Petroleum is facing calls to pay more than $200m to clean up a moribund oil production site in the Timor Sea, after a government review recommended past owners of offshore facilities should be made liable for remediation costs. Woodside operated the Northern Endeavour oil production ship, permanently moored about 550 kilometres north-west of Darwin, from 1999 until 2016.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/08/2020 15:15
The number of foreign visitors plummet due to surge in coronavirus cases since the end of lockdown. In a normal August, the much-loved miniature tourist train in the French port city of Sète would be full of tourists from Britain and elsewhere, enjoying the ride. Optimistically, the manager, Romiy Priore, took steps to make his attraction safe for Covid times.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/08/2020 15:01
Space agency says ‘certain cosmic nicknames are insensitive’ and vows to drop any reference to them. Nasa has signaled it is joining the social justice movement by changing the unofficial and potentially contentious names used by the scientific community for distant cosmic objects such as planets, galaxies and nebulae. , the space agency said that as the "community works to identify and address systemic discrimination and inequality in all aspects of the field, it has become clear that certain cosmic nicknames are not only insensitive, but can be actively harmful".
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/08/2020 14:21
Employer aims to remove stigma in a nation where menstruation is still taboo to some. Indian food delivery company Zomato has said it will give female employees up to 10 days of "period leave" a year, as part of an effort to combat what it said was stigma around the issue. Zomato is the most high-profile organisation to institute the policy in India, a country where menstruation is still taboo to some.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/08/2020 12:46
Radio 1Xtra presenter Sideman said he could no longer work for broadcaster after racial slur reported. A BBC radio presenter has quit his job after the corporation defended its decision to broadcast the N-word in a television news broadcast. Radio 1Xtra presenter Sideman said he no longer felt comfortable working for the national broadcaster after it stuck by the decision to broadcast the language in a report on a racially motivated hit-and-run attack.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/08/2020 11:08
Property group British Land was one of the first to allow staff back into its London HQ – with lift-button prodders at the ready. Temperature checks at reception, spaced-out desks, contactless coffee dispensers and plastic lift-button prodders. Welcome back to work – in an anti-Covid-19 office. These features, which would have been deemed eccentric and invasive in January, are some of the measures being deployed for returning employees by one of the UK’s biggest companies, property firm . And many more businesses will have to take heed if the UK is to reverse its position as one of the slowest European countries to get its feet back under the desk. Only a third (34%) of UK white-collar employees have gone back to work, while in continental E.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/08/2020 11:06
Action supported by Black Lives Matter calls for end to ‘institutionally racist policing’. Chants of "no justice no peace" echoed around Tottenham police station on Saturday afternoon as hundreds of peaceful demonstrators gathered outside the building calling for an end to what they say is institutionally racist policing in this part of north London. The event marks the ninth anniversary of the fatal shooting by police in Tottenham of .
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/08/2020 11:00
Headaches are telling you something about how your brain works with your body, influencing your behaviour and feelings. We need pain. It seems contradictory to say it, particularly now that we have so many ways of dealing with it and switching it off. Pain not only tells us something is wrong, it also protects us. If you slam the car door on your hand, it’s going to hurt. You will have damaged the soft tissue; all the muscles and ligaments that help you move your fingers. It will no doubt swell up to twice its size. This inflammation is part of the healing process. Your hand feels hot and looks red because of all the extra blood flow. All these inflammatory agents that are acting to heal you are stimulating the pain receptors in your hand, t.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/08/2020 10:24
Boeing 737 crashed on landing in heavy rain, killing at least 18 people including two pilots. Flight data and cockpit voice recorders have been recovered from the wreckage of an Indian passenger aircraft that crashed in the southern state of Kerala. The Air India Express plane, which was repatriating Indians from Dubai because of the Covid-19 pandemic, overshot the runway of the Calicut international airport in heavy rain near the city of Kozhikode, also known as Calicut.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/08/2020 10:16
Several former financial backers report rejoining, with some ‘ready to give again’ in wake of Jeremy Corbyn’s departure. Former Labour donors who had abandoned the party are already considering renewing their support under Keir Starmer’s leadership, it has emerged. Figures who have given the party large sums in the past said they had rejoined Labour, with one major donor saying they were already prepared to give again.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/08/2020 09:52
Sign up to our. 2.52pm. BST. My colleague Ed Pilkington has had a wide-ranging look at the failure to contain Covid-19 in the US. Here’s an extract:. A letter landed on the desk of the governor of Georgia, Brian Kemp, this week that given the public health catastrophe swirling all around him might give him pause. His state is one of that have been placed by the White House coronavirus taskforce in the ”, indicating the disease is now so prevalent that immediate restrictions must be imposed to avoid dire consequences. Related:. 2.34pm. BST. Good morning . With Congress still apparently no closer to agreeing to a package to help those Americans whose finances have been hit by the economic impact of Covid-19, Donald Trump says he intends to step in.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/08/2020 09:45
Greenpeace investigators say the firm, which also donated to the Conservatives, will be sole beneficiary of rule changes on importing raw cane sugar. A company that backed Brexit and has donated to the Conservatives is in line to save £73m as the only direct beneficiary of a post-Brexit trade reform. Under plans that will come into force at the end of the year, the government has confirmed that companies will be able to import 260,000 tonnes of raw sugar cane from anywhere in the world, tariff-free.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/08/2020 09:39
US border officials claim an incomplete tunnel found stretching from Mexico to could be 'the most sophisticated tunnel in US history'. The tunnel runs from San Luis Río Colorado, Mexico, to San Luis, Arizona, where it stops short of reaching the surface. It is 3ft wide and 4ft high (1 x 1.3 metres). Smugglers to get drugs and people across the border .
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/08/2020 09:39
Luiz Henrique Mandetta says the Brazilian president’s ‘misguided’ handling of the crisis has failed to comfort families. Jair Bolsonaro’s former health minister has accused the Brazilian president of failing to offer "a single word of comfort" to the families of the 100,000 Brazilians who have lost their lives to Covid-19. In an interview marking Brazil’s latest Covid-19 milepost, Luiz Henrique Mandetta – after challenging the president’s internationally condemned coronavirus response – expressed consternation that Brazil’s leaders had failed to recognise so much pain.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/08/2020 09:15
British-Pakistani filmmaker tackles sexual stereotypes in groundbreaking new drama series, Churails. A burqa-clad boxer, a high-society wedding planner and an ex-convict may sound more like the wish list for the next series of Big Brother , but they are just some of the characters in a groundbreaking new Pakistani drama show. Dubbed "Lock, Stock and Four Smoking Burqas", the series, called Churails , is the first made in Pakistan to feature a lesbian relationship.

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