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Anthony Albanese vows to take the nation in a new direction, creating a renewable energy superpower.

Only a negotiated solution will work, says Ukraine's president, as fighting intensifies in Donbas.

Those expected to be identified in the report on No 10 gatherings have until 17:00 on Sunday to respond.

Managing director Kristalina Georgieva says state subsidies can help with the cost of living.

The royals will join the residents of Albert Square for a Platinum Jubilee street party.

It comes after a draft bill was approved in Spanish parliament to allow three days of leave a month.

Five were injured when parts of stands collapsed at a rehearsal for an event the Queen will attend.

Scientists say we need to future-proof our diets in a warming world by eating little-known plants.

Canan Kaftancioglu has been convicted for insulting President Erdogan and the Turkish state.

Raheem's mother says he is struggling to come to terms with what happened to him.

UK holidaymakers without a jab will be allowed entry with a negative test or proof of recovery.

Temperatures in southern Spain reach 40C, up to 15 degrees higher than average for this time of year.

The expected fallout from the Sue Gray report and plans to provide tuition to every pupil in need lead the papers.

Geraldina Guerra tracks cases of femicide in Ecuador and maps victims' lives online so people can learn about their life as well as their death.

A selection of striking images from our readers around the world.

After starting her career on the track as a grid girl, Laura Jones is set on driving her own car.

Liam is non-verbal and communicates with his teammates using a mixture of symbols, signs and speech.

BBC Sport takes a detailed look at everything at stake at the top, bottom and everywhere in between on the Premier League's final day.

The marks were a way of identifying the lineage of people, but the practice has been outlawed.

Elian Lopez hoped his life-changing journey would go smoothly - then the wind changed and sun went down.

A selection of powerful images from all over the globe, taken in the past seven days.

The woman stripped on the Cannes red carpet to show the words "stop raping us" and the Ukrainian flag.

The cartoonist William Heath Robinson became so famous that his name earned a dictionary entry.

The BBC goes on patrol with the Taliban's "moral police", whose job it is to enforce hard-line rule.

Forty years after it opened, the legendary nightclub is credited with changing music and Manchester.

A veteran politician, Anthony Albanese will lead the first Labor government in almost a decade.

Capt Kidane Cousland is helping ensure Rastafarians can express their faith while serving in the military.

Shagufta Ahmed's first job was to get justice for her father, a lecturer murdered after he blew the whistle on a colleague.

As the UK spent countless hours online during lockdown, how much has it changed us?

The planet is experiencing its sixth mass extinction event, but it is hoped action can be agreed.

We are facing an unusual and unprecedented monkeypox outbreak but how worrying is it?

Six takeaways from the High Court libel trial, which has sparked huge media interest in recent weeks.

A shortage of infant formula across America has led parents to share supply locations online.

Many in the camp say they are still determined to reach the UK, citing family ties and jobs.

Do you relish scanning your own groceries or are you missing the human cashiers?

After more than 20 years of making predictions for the BBC, Mark Lawrenson gives his last set of scores as he looks at the weekend's fixtures on the final day of the Premier League season.

A strike ballot of 40,000 members of the RMT union closes on Tuesday.

Relatives say police used unjustifiable force on them inside the hospital treating the wounded man.

How to follow the Premier League's final day on the BBC, including watching goals from seven matches.

Mito Pereira emerges with a three-shot lead at the US PGA Championship as England's Matt Fitzpatrick plays his way into contention.

Tiger Woods withdraws from the US PGA Championship following the third round at Southern Hills in Oklahoma

Keely Hodgkinson's meteoric rise continues, but there are bigger challenges to come across the Atlantic.

Watch the key moments of Rangers' 2-0 extra-time Scottish Cup final win over Hearts at Hampden.

World number one Iga Swiatek has returned as a BBC Sport columnist at the French Open, where she looks to continue her recent dominance and win a second Grand Slam title.

UK inflation rises to its highest rate for 40 years in the year to April, jumping to 9% from 7%.

How long is UK inflation likely to remain high, and what can the government do to fight back?

People working and living in rural Norfolk talk about the cost of living crisis.

The company says it has to act to cover higher costs, including wages, energy and fuel expenses.

Big increases are due next April but charities say soaring prices mean people need the money now.

UK inflation is rising at 9%, its fastest rate for 40 years, and could go even higher.

There are ways the chancellor could tackle the strain on people's pockets - but what do they cost?

Brian Turner, who lives alone after the death of his partner, is trying to live on £642 a month.

Why is the government facing growing pressure to announce a windfall tax on oil and gas companies?

Chain Trevor Sorbie says they are now spending thousands more each month.

As prices rise to a 40-year high, BBC News NI hears from families struggling to make ends meet.

We asked people across the country how they are coping with the rising cost of living.

Labour are calling for a windfall tax on the profits of oil and gas companies.

BBC Newsnight launches its Global Tracker to assess the impact of the cost of living across across the world.

Miners in eastern Ukraine on how a difficult job has become even more dangerous.

The conflict has become a grinding and bloody affair, with both sides making gains and losses.

Drivers describe evacuating people from Russian-held areas under threat of mines and military attack.

Ukraine wants to exchange them for Russian prisoners of war, but some in Russia want them put on trial.

Russian forces are continuing their slow advance in eastern Ukraine after using heavy firepower to weaken defences there.

Olena Zelenska opens up about the war, and President Zelensky says only talks can end the conflict.

Russia occupies Europe's biggest nuclear plant and now wants to sell power from it back to Ukraine.

Dmitry Skurikhin has listed the Ukrainian towns attacked by Russia on the side of his shopping centre.

Moscow says it has destroyed a drone with a laser, but Kyiv says it can't mask battlefield failure.

The government has launched two schemes to let Ukrainian refugees come to the UK.

Russia wants to sell energy from a seized plant and a man paints anti-war slogans on his shop.

The fast food giant says the new owner of its 850 Russian restaurants will operate them under a new brand.

The 21-year-old serviceman has pled guilty to killing her husband in a village in Ukraine's north-east.

UN chief Antonio Guterres warns that developing countries face disaster due to rising prices.

The social media platform says it will put false claims from official accounts behind warning notices.

Katerina spent more than two months beneath the besieged Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol, Ukraine.

If Russia has carried out war crimes in Ukraine how could Putin or his army generals be prosecuted?

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