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Latika Bourke is a journalist for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, based in London.

How the Church of England led the climate push on miner Glencore
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How the Church of England led the climate push on miner Glencore

The Church of England says it is sensitive to the effects its bid to force Australia's largest miner Glencore to extracting less coal will have on the Australian economy, but it was necessary.

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China, not Iran, still the main suspect in hacking of Australia's political parties, say sources

China, not Iran, still the main suspect in hacking of Australia's political parties, say sources

Top-level sources with detailed knowledge of the cyber attack on Australia's political parties and Parliament have dismissed a report that Iran and not China was behind the hacking of Australia's main political parties.

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Case closed says Department of Agriculture over live export claims

Case closed says Department of Agriculture over live export claims

The RSPCA has called for an office of animal welfare independent of the department.

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'No decision' has been made on Huawei: British cyber security chief

'No decision' has been made on Huawei: British cyber security chief

Declaring the issue "complicated", Ciaran Martin said that "everything is on the table" as the UK decides whether to follow Australia and the US in banning Huawei.

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Britain warned it could be cut out of future Five Eyes intelligence over Huawei

Britain warned it could be cut out of future Five Eyes intelligence over Huawei

Worries about the UK's exposure to Huawei may make the Five Eyes partners, and perhaps France, Germany or Japan, less inclined to co-operate, says expert.

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'Beyond belief': Live export corruption inquiry ends in dead end
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'Beyond belief': Live export corruption inquiry ends in dead end

Greens senator Mehreen Faruqi says the community "should have no faith in the ability of the live exports industry to operate ethically".

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'I just want to come home': UK grapples with infamous IS bride's plea

'I just want to come home': UK grapples with infamous IS bride's plea

Her story rocked the UK when she and two other teenage girls fled London to join Islamic State. But now, 19-year-old Shamima Begum just wants to come home.

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Independent review into live exports was softened after department criticised draft findings
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Independent review into live exports was softened after department criticised draft findings

A draft version of the review into live exports declared the Department of Agriculture had "failed" to regulate the trade.

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Richard Di Natale apologises to Kevin Rudd over Q&A 'sociopath' slur
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Richard Di Natale apologises to Kevin Rudd over Q&A 'sociopath' slur

It is the second time in less than 12 months that Mr Rudd has taken issue with content published by the ABC.

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Cut-price Australian beef could flood UK market under no-deal Brexit
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Cut-price Australian beef could flood UK market under no-deal Brexit

British minister flags possibility of import tariffs being cut on food and goods should there be no deal.

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'I don't know is my honest answer': British Labour stumped on Huawei question

'I don't know is my honest answer': British Labour stumped on Huawei question

British Labour says it has no idea whether it would ban Chinese company Huawei from its telecommunications infrastructure.

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