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Daily Archives: June 14, 2018

Tesco says ‘growth on track’ as sales rise again

The UK's largest supermarket group reports its 10th consecutive quarter of rising sales.

China’s ride-hailing giant Didi to launch in Australia

China's Didi Chuxing will compete with India's Ola and Uber when it launches in Melbourne on 25 June.

Call of Duty takes aim at Fortnite Battle Royale at E3

CoD is adopting a last-fighter-standing challenge, but can it beat Fortnite at its own game?

South Korea and US discuss future of joint war games

Donald Trump surprised allies by announcing an end to the games, a long-held North Korean demand.

McDonald’s to ditch plastic straws

The fast food giant will swap plastic straws for paper ones in all its UK and Ireland restaurants.

Eurydice Dixon: Comedian’s killing prompts anger in Australia

Eurydice Dixon was allegedly raped and murdered as she walked home from a gig in Melbourne.

Kellogg’s recalls Honey Smacks cereals over salmonella fears

There are concerns the cereal product could be linked to dozens of cases of salmonella across the US.

Cate Blanchett and Sandra Bullock say they need to ‘stop being polite’

Cate Blanchett and Sandra Bullock say having films with all-female line-ups is not enough.

Yemen war: UN calls for vital port of Hudaydah to stay open

Fighting continues around the Red Sea port of Hudaydah which provides a lifeline for humanitarian aid.

Doubts raised over Universal Credit roll-out

Some claimants have waited eight months for payment - but there's no way back, says audit report.