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Snapchat's UK ad revenue set to overtake Twitter's next year

UK arm – which earns about 10% of app’s global ad revenues – is forecast to bring in £181mSnapchat is so popular in Britain that its advertising revenue will overtake Twitter’s UK revenue in 2019, and revenue from consumer magazine and cinema adv


Waging Peace: Vietnam's anti-war exhibition brings GIs and Viet Cong together

US anti-war protesters will travel to Ho Chi Minh city for an exhibition that will remind people they were far from a fringe element Susan Schnall still remembers the shrieks of Vietnam veterans that would ring out at Oak Knell naval hospital throughout t


Japan: embattled Shinzo Abe blames staff over land sale scandal

Prime minister denies ordering changes to documents relating to controversial land sale, as his popularity plummetsJapan’s embattled prime minister has hit back at critics over a favouritism and cover-up scandal that has seen his popularity plunge and l


George Pell: former student says he never saw cardinal do anything 'untoward'

Ex-student tells Melbourne court he did not see anything inappropriate during pool visits A former student of St Joseph’s school and St Paul’s technical college in Ballarat has said he never saw Cardinal George Pell do anything “untoward” to stude


Tathra residents resilient as bushfire engulfs homes: ‘We just pick up and go again'

Residents of the southern NSW seaside town band together after being caught unawares by raging blaze that destroyed about 70 properties Hamish Payne was oblivious to the inferno racing towards him as he sat in his car outside his Tathra home on Sunday aft


The next election is as much about Labor v Liberals as young v old | Stephen Koukoulas

Labor’s policies on housing and the tax treatment of dividends favour young people. Will they turn up at the ballot box in support?For younger Australians who are increasingly disaffected and angry about the growth of intergenerational inequality in hou

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'Game changer' treatment for Multiple Sclerosis patients

Louise Willetts says she is completely well following treatment that was originally used on cancer patients.


Cancer Research bans unpaid internships to preserve public's trust

Charity tackles ‘complex issue’ by paying national living wage to those looking for a career pathCancer Research UK is to ban unpaid internships in a move understood to be the first by a big charity as it attempts to improve the diversity of its workf

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