To make our wardrobes sustainable, we must cut how many new clothes we buy by 75% | Samantha Sharpe, Monique Retamal, Taylor Brydges

The Guardian 06:10 13.04

Fast fashion is being replaced by ultra-fast fashion and many sustainability efforts do little to confront the sector’s consumption

Richard Wigglesworth says fired-up Leicester ‘have to attack’ Clermont

The Guardian 00:12 13.04

The Leicester player and assistant coach Richard Wigglesworth said ‘non-stop’ Steve Borthwick will not accept complacency despite a 29-10 first-leg lead in the Champions Cup

The guitar Kurt Cobain used in Nirvana's Smells Like Teen Spirit video can be yours

Louder 21:12 12.04

If you have north of half a million dollars to spare, you can place a bid on the guitar Kurt Cobain played on the Smells Like Teen Spirit video shoot

Trevor Noah on Oscars: ‘They should’ve hired Will Smith to replace the wrap-it-up music’

The Guardian 21:09 12.04

Late-nights hosts discuss the Academy’s 10-year ban for Will Smith, radioactive souvenirs and Trump’s endorsement of Dr Oz for Senate

A German State Is Last in Almost Everything. But It’s No. 1 in Vaccines.

NyTimes 21:04 12.04

BremenGermany. s">Germany. s smallest state — managed its vaccination campaign better than any other place in Germany. It succeeded by activating community networks.

Olympian's mother killed by stray bullet while sewing in Connecticut home

NBC News 18:10 12.04

The Olympian, Puerto Rican rifle shooter Yarimar Mercado Martinez, wrote on Instagram that she would give anything to change places with her mother.

The Breakdown | Why rugby union is stuck between a ruck and a hard place

The Guardian 15:10 12.04

After another series of contentious decisions, coaches, players, officials and fans no longer know what constitutes foul play

Stop calling them "accidents"

Vox 15:09 12.04

From car crashes to environmental spills to workplace injuries, author Jessie Singer encourages us to reconsider the word "accident."

Regional Victoria announced as host of 2026 Commonwealth Games

The Guardian 12:10 12.04

Opening ceremony will take place at MCG, while Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong and Gippsland will hold sporting events

No More ‘Have a Nice Day’: Lviv Learns to Live With War

NyTimes 12:05 12.04

Ukraine’s cultural capital, the western city of Lviv, is trying to adjust to being on the fringes of war and at the center of massive displacement.

What is today's Wordle answer 297?

The Independent 12:04 12.04

Warning: Spoilers ahead.No one could have predicted the viral phenomenon Wordle would go on to become since its launch late last year. If you're new to the game, the rules are simple. You have six chances at guessing a randomly generated five letter word.If the square turns green, you have placed th...

The unspoken weight-discrimination problem at work

BBC 12:01 12.04

Discrimination linked to weight can affect hiring, promotions and employees’ mental wellbeing. Why aren’t legal protections in place?

The simmering tension between remote and in-office workers

BBC 00:01 11.04

Companies are calling employees back to the workplace – but not all of them. This is stoking resentment among workers and employers.

Opinion | The implosion of Hillsong USA — and why Americans can't quit "hypepriests"

NBC News 21:09 10.04

But while recent headlines have led to a decline in Hillsong USA churches, the celebrity pastor’s place in America is not under serious threat. At least not yet.

Couple say they saved lots of money by finding bargain sperm donor on Facebook

The Independent 21:07 10.04

A couple revealed that they were able to save on a sperm donor after they found one on Facebook.Naisha Marie and her husband Jayden were in the place where they were ready to start a family together but were unable to conceive naturally since Jayden is transgender. The two met in high school and dec...

F1: Leclerc extends championship lead with Australian GP win – as it happened

The Guardian 12:12 10.04

Charles Leclerc extended his lead in the driver championship to 34 points with Max Verstappen forced to retire from second place

Prestigious British art school in Rome accused of being a ‘toxic’ place to work

The Guardian 09:12 10.04

The British School at Rome set up grievance panel after staff and alumni complained of a ‘divisive atmosphere’

Opinion | The Case for Paying Parents Who Care for Their Own Kids

NyTimes 06:07 10.04

Is being in the formal workplace necessarily a sign of progress?

Severance’s workplace brutality isn’t sci-fi. Neither is its worker power.

Vox 03:11 10.04

The Apple TV+ + show is a road map of worker organizing.

As Covid spreads through D.C., it's business as usual at the White House

NBC News 03:08 10.04

Administration officials maintain they have enough procedures in place to protect the president, while infectious disease experts say more could be done.

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