Online fundraising for an abortion caused crowdfunding website GoFundMe to step in
Justin Welby admits he sometimes doubts the existence of God, but he is certain about Jesus
Your privacy is 'guaranteed' – but would you pay $9000 to talk to people about fine wines and classic cars?
Marriage between two New Zealand men to win Rugby World cup tickets labelled a 'homophobic stunt
Campaigners celebrate as Murdoch says it's 'old fashioned'– but editors say readers still want it
Social mobility has flat-lined, the rich are getting richer and class prejudice is on the rise. Are we living in Downton Abbey?
Critics have lined up to lambast selfies and ice bucket challenges, but not everyone thinks they're all bad
From Google ads to YouTube songs, job hunters are thinking outside the box in a competitive market
Government to launch consultation on strengthening the law to protect victims of psychological abuse
PM announces new measures to 'support and strengthen' family life including doubling counselling budget
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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