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 2021-06-19 08:30 

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From baked baby aubergines to sweet-sour peppers: Yotam Ottolenghi's recipes for summer vegetables...

Yotam in his element, with a vegetable-heavy trio of baby aubergines in tomato sauce, sweet-sour peppers topped with pine nut crumble, and roast okra in a soybean, orange and chilli dressing...

 2021-06-19 08:30 

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Tipping point: the apps that make rewarding good service easier and fairer...

Cashless services such as Tip Pot and EasyTip help customers pay restaurant staff who fear losing out...

 2021-06-19 08:23 

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India v New Zealand: World Test Championship final, day two live!...

Over-by-over report: Will the weather be any better on day two? Follow updates from Southampton...

 2021-06-19 08:00 

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Rothesay's decline as a seaside resort is not unique, but its beauty most certainly is...

Perhaps the visitors who crush into Skye might turn left at Glasgow next time, towards this lost resort, says Guardian columnist Ian Jack...

 2021-06-19 08:00 

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Young, hot and bothered: 'I was a 31-year-old newlywed and then the menopause hit'...

Rage, sweats and sleepless nights... this wasn't how I'd pictured my 30s. But it was the start of a dual quest to get pregnant, and control my demon hormones...

 2021-06-19 08:00 

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I'm writing my memoir does that make me just a character in a book?...

It's the age of personal experience. But once you share, you no longer really own your story...

 2021-06-19 07:46 

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Government pledges $1.3m to restore Gough Whitlam's home in Sydney's west...
 2021-06-19 07:45 

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Coronavirus live news: UK expert says third wave definitely under way; Cambodia reports highest daily deaths...

Scientist says people in England who have had two jabs and come into contact with someone infected may soon be spared 10 days of self-isolating...

 2021-06-19 07:00 

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Hot stuff: the 50 best summer beauty buys for 20 and under...

The Guardian's beauty editor shares her pick of affordable makeup, hair and body products that don't skimp on quality...

 2021-06-19 07:00 

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Tom Gauld adds literary islands to the government's safe travel list cartoon...

Pirates, dinosaurs, murderers ... perhaps they should be on the red list instead...

 2021-06-19 07:00 

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Douglas Coupland on Generation X at 30: 'Generational trashing is eternal'...

Three decades after his debut novel made him the unwilling voice of a generation, the author wonders whether after Y, Z and now C, for Covid individuality will become obsolete...

 2021-06-19 07:00 

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Streaming: the best single dads on screen...

In Fatherhood, Kevin Hart's out-of-his-depth widower joins cinema's pantheon of burdened lone fathers, from Chaplin to brooding Laurence Fishburne...

 2021-06-19 07:00 

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Novelists issue plea to save English degrees as demand slumps...

Authors blame government 'prejudice' against humanities, as loss of applicants hits university courses...

 2021-06-19 07:00 

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On the Road to Bridget Jones: five books that define each generation...

Blake Morrison on boomers, Chris Power on Gen X, Megan Nolan on millennials and Faridah bk-ymd on Gen Z ... which books shaped your generation?...

 2021-06-19 07:00 

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Covid lockdown savings: how to make the most of spare cash...

Options if you have accumulated some money or want to start putting something aside...

 2021-06-19 07:00 

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Bruising styles, yodelled anthems and fan fever: Euro 2020 feels like the real thing...

The tournament's opening week has calmed fears of fatigued football and showcased engaged, hungry and energised players...

 2021-06-19 07:00 

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Harry Kane left looking out of place as system built around him fails to click...

Kane tried to play his usual dual role but ended up tripping over himself as his attacking colleagues ran in circles...

 2021-06-19 06:45 

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Iran presidential challenger concedes to hardliner Raisi as vote count continues...

Official results are still pending in vote which comes as country seeks to salvage its tattered nuclear deal with major powers...

 2021-06-19 06:30 

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Sankofa by Chibundu Onuzo review a journey into heritage...

An accomplished novel that explores difference and belonging with a cool intensity...

 2021-06-19 06:00 

The Guardian

Which country has the best win ratio in Test cricket? The Weekend quiz...

From mountain gorillas to musicals, test your knowledge with the Weekend quiz...

 2021-06-19 06:00 

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Fit in my 40s: after a year away from classes, I'm back in the boxing gym...

It's you against the bag, and the bags have been socially distanced since before the term was invented...

 2021-06-19 06:00 

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'I put my life savings in crypto': how a generation of amateurs got hooked on high-risk trading...

Online trading apps are drawing in novice investors willing to risk everything on volatile stocks. Do they really know what they're doing?...

 2021-06-19 06:00 

The Guardian

Modern Toss ......

... on The Fast & the Furious...

 2021-06-19 06:00 

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Preventable review: Andy Slavitt indicts Trump over Covid but scolds us all too...

The ex-Biden adviser is preaching to the converted. A deeper dive would have told more about why the disaster was possible...

 2021-06-19 06:00 

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Raymond Blanc's classic French recipes for summer vegetables...

Summer veg, French-style: a mouthwatering seasonal starter, a quickfire ratatouille and a marinated spicy salad...

 2021-06-19 06:00 

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Does the left now stand a chance in the Unite leadership election?...

The leftwing vote is no longer so stretched with the withdrawal of Howard Beckett, but that doesn't mean it is in the bag, says Sienna Rodgers of Labourlist...

 2021-06-19 06:00 

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Vroom or bust: is Fast & Furious the ultimate franchise of our times?...

A focus on family, diversity and big dumb stunts has turned this slow-starting caper into a 10-film, two decade-spanning speed racer...

 2021-06-19 06:00 

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A holiday in Tenby still makes me giddy with boyhood excitement...

It seemed perfect to me 50 years ago and now it's even better, with delicious deli picnics and fine craft beers to wash the sand away...

 2021-06-19 06:00 

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'We dodged a mortar round': George Packer on America in crisis...

The award-winning reporter's new book considers threats to democracy from the right around the Capitol attack but his view of those who seek social justice has angered some on the left...

 2021-06-19 06:00 

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'Prices are ridiculous': UK holiday costs more than Europe as demand grows...

Summer travel saga means people are booking up UK cottages and campsites as owners cash in...

 2021-06-19 06:00 

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NHS app gains 2.7m users as people rush to show Covid vaccine status...

App enables users to show vaccine status and recent tests, in order to travel abroad or attend events...

 2021-06-19 06:00 

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David Miliband charity pushes 'white supremacy culture', workers allege...

International Rescue Committee hires law firm to review internal policies as leadership accused of 'belittling and gaslighting' staff...

 2021-06-19 06:00 

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'Don't betray women of Tigray': calls grow for international action against rape in war...

Politicians among signatories of two open letters urging investigation into reports of sexual violence in Ethiopian conflict...

 2021-06-19 05:00 

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TV tonight: Singer of the World 2021 reaches its final...

The classical singing contest crowns its winner from a shortlist of 16 international competitors. Plus: Paul Weller at the Barbican. Here's what to watch this evening...

 2021-06-19 05:00 

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Berger & Wyse on gatherings cartoon...

Past times......

 2021-06-19 05:00 

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How to turn a whole beetroot into a mind-blowing chocolate cake recipe...

Fold blitzed beetroot into melted chocolate, then bake and top with candied stalks and dried, powdered skin...

 2021-06-19 05:00 

The Guardian

A long walk back to you: my 150-mile odyssey to visit my brother's grave...

I hadn't returned to my 25-year-old brother's final resting place since his funeral. Could a journey along the Thames from London to Oxford help me come to terms with his death?...

 2021-06-19 05:00 

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Blind date: 'He was very willing when I suggested tequila shots'...

David, 24, civil servant, meets Alex, 24, PR account executive...

 2021-06-19 05:00 

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UK to stage inclusive ChessFest in London's Trafalgar Square...

Thousands expected to turn up to free event on 18 July where chess coaches will offer free lessons...

 2021-06-19 05:00 

The Guardian

Weatherwatch: why Sri Lanka's climate varies so much despite its size...

From the heat of Colombo to the relative cool of 'Little England', altitude is one factor...

 2021-06-19 05:00 

The Guardian

'It's brutal': Las Vegas cooks amid blazing heatwave and it's going to get worse...

Tourists line the air-conditioned casino labyrinths amid record temperatures but many locals are not able to take cover indoors...

 2021-06-19 05:00 

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GB News will flourish if the success of partisan, rightwing TV in Australia is any guide...

Observers warn established UK media that they write off the new channel and its chief, Angelos Frangopoulos, at their peril...

 2021-06-19 05:00 

The Guardian

Tim Dowling: I want a quiet birthday. Someone tell that to the cat...

On another day I would wake my wife to make her come down and deal with this magpie situation, but not today...

 2021-06-19 05:00 

The Guardian

'We're back': John Lewis pins hopes of revival on discount range amid Covid crisis...

Analysts, however, say retailer's foray into low-priced products with its Anyday label is 'confusing'...

 2021-06-19 05:00 

The Guardian

Stephen Collins on school theme weeks cartoon...

Learning the hard way......

 2021-06-19 04:45 

The Guardian

Hong Kong: Apple Daily staff treat 'every day like it is our last' as leaders appear in court...

Newspaper staff gather outside court ahead of appearance of editor-in-chief Ryan Law and chief executive Cheung Kim-hung...

 2021-06-19 04:32 

The Guardian

'A firework is a beautiful way to pay tribute': Dark Mofo ceremony celebrates lives with a flash in the sky...

For those who choose to be involved with Alex Podger's Memorial, it is an act of catharsis: each firework contains the ashes of a loved one...

 2021-06-19 04:30 

The Guardian

Country diary: a tale of two fritillaries...

Mabie Forest, Dumfries and Galloway: The two butterflies are hard to tell apart, but one clue is the month each arrives in the forest...

 2021-06-19 04:30 

The Guardian

Richard Bland excites Torrey Pines to become oldest 36-hole leader in US Open history...

A 48-year-old journeyman golfer from Southampton ranked 115th who had never won a top-flight tournament until 35 days ago was atop the US Open leaderboard on Friday night at the tournament's halfway mark...

 2021-06-19 04:15 

The Guardian

Michael McCormack 'concentrating on his job' as rumours swirl of Nationals leadership spill...

Acting prime minister says 'if other people have agendas that is a matter for them' as speculation Barnaby Joyce is lining up for top job...

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