Body of woman found washed up on Sydney’s Bronte Beach

The Guardian 06:10 13.04

Police confirm the death is not being treated as suspicious after body discovered on northern end of the NSW beach on Wednesday morning


Northern Ireland’s Shiels mars England win by blaming ‘emotional’ women

The Guardian 03:10 13.04

Northern Ireland’s manager, Kenny Shiels, blamed women being ‘more emotional than men’ for women’s teams conceding goals in quick succession after England’s 5-0 win in a World Cup qualifier


England on verge of making World Cup finals after rout of Northern Ireland

The Guardian 00:12 13.04

Manchester City pair Lauren Hemp and Georgia Stanway both scored twice in England’s 5-0 win in the Women’s World Cup qualifier in Northern Ireland


Northern Ireland v England: Women’s World Cup qualifying – live!

The Guardian 21:09 12.04

Minute-by-minute report: Can England make hay again or will Northern Ireland spring a surprise? Find out with with Rob Smyth


Over 100 million people are in the path of hail, high winds and tornadoes

NBC News 21:05 12.04

Meanwhile, a crippling April blizzard could shatter snowfall records across the northern Plains with 2 to 3 feet of snow forecast accompanied by 50 mph winds.


‘Historical shift for Northern Ireland’: what a Sinn Féin win would mean

The Guardian 12:10 12.04

Polls suggest republicans on course to win most votes for first time in Stormont elections – and provide first minister


California utility to pay $55 million in massive wildfires

NBC News 12:06 12.04

The Pacific Gas & Electric settlements deal with last year’s Dixie Fire and the 2019 Kincade Fire, sparked by its aging Northern California power lines.


Master’s Winners Share Goes to Scheffler, and a Million to the IRS

Rolling Stone 06:02 11.04

The U.S.’s Scottie Scheffler, the world’s No. 1 ranked men’s golfer, won the 2022 Masters on Sunday, defeating No. thern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy by three strokes after shooting a 10-under par 2…


Trespasses by Louise Kennedy review – love among the Troubles

The Guardian 12:12 10.04

In her first novel, the acclaimed short-story writer draws on the Northern Ireland of her childhood, merging unspeakable times with tough humour and romance


Putin’s target is ‘entire European project’, says Zelenskiy, as Ukraine braces for eastern assault

The Guardian 12:12 10.04

More evidence emerges of atrocities as Russia pulls troops from its northern campaign around Kyiv to try and capture Donbas region


Rory McIlroy treads water trying to keep his Masters dream alive | Andy Bull

The Guardian 06:12 10.04

The Northern Irishman still attracts galleries at Augusta but has now adjusted his sights to a top-10 finish going into the final day


The world's most polluted capital city

BBC 18:01 06.04

In Northern In dia, a concoction of seven different fungi could help to thin the smog that pervades the capital city with the worst air pollution in the world.


The fungi cleaning New Delhi's air

BBC 12:01 06.04

In Northern In dia, a concoction of seven different fungi could help to thin the smog that pervades the capital city with the worst air pollution in the world.


Rory McIlroy: ‘I’m naturally a people-pleaser. I don’t want people to not like me’

The Guardian 03:13 05.04

Northern Irishman admits 2015 injury set him back in the majors and after a quiet 2022, he says: ‘Lower expectations are good’


How alleged atrocities in Bucha compare to previous Putin campaigns

The Guardian 00:12 04.04

Analysis: Russian president appears to have operated by a strict playbook in northern Ukraine that has served him well for decades


Is Russia’s military strategy in Ukraine changing?

The Guardian 12:12 31.03

On Tuesday, Russia announced it would ‘radically reduce’ its military activity in northern Ukraine, but the Ukrainian military warns that Russia ’s statement is intended to mislead them. Emma Graham-Harrison reports from Kharkiv


The end is nigh for Northern Ireland as we know it – and unionists can blame themselves | Susan McKay

The Guardian 15:11 30.03

If the unconstructive, self-harming DUP is not willing to serve under a Sinn Féin first minister, the power-sharing model is probably dead, says author and journalist Susan McKay


Where Breaking the Ramadan Fast Includes Caribou

NyTimes 15:07 30.03

At America’s northernmost mosque, in Anchorage, nightly potlucks will let Muslims celebrate iftar together over foods from around the globe.


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