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Coalition trails but Labor's vote softens slightly in NSW – Guardian Essential poll
Labor remains ahead of the Morrison government as the major parties gear up for budget week and the looming federal campaign, and, in the wake of the Christchurch murders, 63% of voters believe white extremism is as dangerous as Islamic fundamentalism.
Here's Why Tilray Stock Has Tumbled 58% in 5 Months
For cannabis consumers, 2018 was a transformational year and investors excited about a recreational sales explosion in Canada sent shares of Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) into the stratosphere.
Jayda Guy’s academic work and musical output have a common goal: Both are designed to make people to think about how they interact with their environments. The Canadian musician presented her master’s thesis about the effects of certain chemicals on an endangered West Coast orca species last year, a
The Latest: Macron praises ties between France, China
PARIS (AP) — The Latest on Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to France (all times local):. French President Emmanuel Macron says China's signature in Paris of a deal to buy 300 planes from Airbus is an "excellent signal" showing the strength and reliability of the relations between the two countr
How the German Right came to support Israel
In the face of growing anti-Semitism in the West, we should pay attention to a recent vote in the German parliament. On March 14, the Free Democrats, a mildly economic-libertarian party in the Bundestag, submitted a resolution that called out the anti-Israel bias of United Nations institutions and u
Why the silence around the scandal threatening Justin Trudeau?
It must be great being Canadian. Instead of Greggs, they’ve got Tim Hortons. Instead of the cartoonist Matt, they’ve got Kate Beaton. Instead of an economy on the edge of a cliff edge and the prospect of mass chaos, they’ve got moose. And best of all, instead of a malfunctioning robot who veers betw
House of Vans’ Berlin Edition Is One of Its Biggest yet Feat. Octavian & Much More
Vans will be bringing House of Vans to Berlin for one of its biggest editions so far. From the March 29-31, Vans will take over E-Werk, a former power station and techno club, and transform it into a cultural hub celebrating skateboarding, art, music, and street culture.
German factories are in 'grip of recession', survey finds
Germany’s factories are “in the grip of recession” and their sense of gloom worsened in March, according to a key barometer of confidence. The Ifo business climate index confirmed that manufacturing was still suffering the effects of political uncertainty in Europe and weaker demand for German goods
Per Mertesacker Drops Hint About Potential Loan Network Between Gunners and Werder Bremen
Arsenal academy chief Per Mertesacker has hinted at the Gunners potentially striking up a loan-network deal with Werder Bremen to help the development of young players coming through the youth systems at each club.
London markets start the week calmer after after selloff
The selloff in London markets slowed to a crawl Monday, in an attempt to shake off the jitters from Friday’s brisk plunge. The U.K.’s FTSE 100 UKX, -0.51% slipped 0.3% to 7,184, a relief to investors after Friday’s 2% fall. The pound GBPUSD, -0.1666% was down 0.3% Monday to $1.3179, following Friday
EU warns: Border checks must start 'immediately' if UK crashes out on 12 April
Varadkar dodges questions and claims to “confident” May will pass deal. CHECKS on goods entering Ireland from the UK will have to be "immediately" applied in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the EU has warned.
Germany 'risks having two parallel societies' if it does not integrate migrants
Germany will become two 'parallel societies' if it does not demand integration from migrants, an expert has warned. Professor Horst Opaschowski said Germany had 'become a country of immigration overnight' and said the refugee issue was likely to occupy German society for the next 20 years.
Europe markets mixed as German business confidence perks up
European markets dipped but found resistance as positive German business climate figures countered Friday’s economic-data-driven selloff. The Stoxx 600 SXXP, -0.40% was down a modest 0.3% Monday to 375.04 after sinking 1.2% Friday, and steep declines in Asia before Europe markets opened.
German Airports Suffer Delays and Cancellations Following Air Traffic Control Tech Failure
If you’re flying through southwest Germany this week, be prepared for delays and cancellations. The company responsible for German air traffic control, Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS), is having software issues and can only operate at 75% capacity in that part of the country until it’s IT systems updat
What can Dallas learn from the Germans about civic engagement?
In a period of increased polarization in domestic politics, fragmentation of society and social inequity, efforts to adapt and grow to meet myriad challenges of the 21st century should begin at the local level. Germany and the United States face many of the same domestic challenges, and local commun
The market is starting to overreact to very specific economic data points
The stock market knew Germany’s economy has been slowing, yet it couldn’t handle another bout of weak economic data out of Europe’s biggest economy. On Friday, the market learned that Germany’s Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index declined in March to 44.7 (readings above 50 are considered expan
Town halls across Germany evacuated after threats: police
BERLIN (Reuters) - Town halls in several German cities were evacuated on Tuesday after threats, in some cases bomb threats, were received by email overnight, a number of police forces said.
Salvini eyes European elections after fifth consecutive victory in Italian regional contests
A centre-Right alliance has snatched the Italian region of Basilicata from 25 years of centre-Left rule, with Matteo Salvini now setting his sights on success at the European Parliament elections.
Exploring German ethics at the Aspen Institute Germany’s artificial intelligence conference
This Thursday and Friday, the Aspen Institute Germany will host its second conference on artificial intelligence, a symposium aimed at probing the ethics and politics of behind AI technology.
The Spitzen process - a coup that was never accepted
National governments view it with suspicion, while diplomats talk of a 'coup' by the European Parliament. EU officials argue it increases the democratic legitimacy of the whole bloc, giving voters an (indirect) say in who will run the next European Commission.