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Video killed the internet

As demand for downloading television programmes soars, broadcasters and ISPs are arguing over who should foot the bill for keeping the internet up to speed. By Sarah Arnott

Kangaroos win second reprieve from mass slaughter

Four hundred kangaroos on Australian Defence Department land have won a last-minute reprieve, after a public outcry at a planned mass slaughter.

Actress Morton wins restraining order for 'frightening' texts

A 42-year-old man has been handed a restraining order to keep him away from the actress Samantha Morton, despite being cleared ofharassing her.

Australia facing threat of wildlife catastrophe

From the tiny tree kangaroo via the greater bilby to the quoll, some of Australia's unique and rare wildlife could disappear in the coming decades as a result of climate change, according to a report by the WWF published today.

US accused of using 'kangaroo court' to try men accused of role in September 11 attacks

The United States military announced yesterday that it was bringing death penalty charges against Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and five other men suspected of orchestrating the September 11 attacks, and intended to try them under the Bush administration's much-criticised military tribunal system, which is subject only to partial oversight by the civilian appeals system.

Letters: Kids' 'feral' lifestyle

Children seduced by the perceived glamour of a 'feral' lifestyle

Kangaroo Recipes

Skippy for supper: Kangaroo meat is healthy, plentiful and leaves a tiny carbon footprint

In the cosy confines of a kitchen in Brixton, south London, the preparations for a dinner party are in full swing. Ed and his long-term girlfriend, Anne, are pulling together the ingredients for a bountiful mid-week feast. Uncorking an Australian Chardonnay, they pick their way through some choice fillet and throw it on to a sizzling saucepan as their guest, Natasha, smiles on, unaware of the ordeal about to befall her.

At 75, Bridget Riley is still in the pink with colourful new works

Though she won fame in the psychedelic Sixties, the artist Bridget Riley is best known for working in simple black and white. But there is nothing monochrome about her latest works, which go on display for the first time this week.

Annette Badland: My Life In Travel

'It's thrilling being on a bus crammed with people and animals'

Beckham hangs up his boots (the ones made out of baby kangaroos)

England captain to kick out his favourite footwear in protest at manufacturer's 'cruel practices'

Australia increase pressure on rookie referee

The Build-up to this evening's keenly anticipated Tri-Nations match between Great Britain and Australia has taken place place under a black cloud cast by a refereeing controversy.

Starving kangaroos attack city residents

The city authorities in Canberra warned residents yesterday to beware of starving kangaroos bounding through the Australian capital in search of food, following reports that the animals were attacking people and pet dogs.

Tension rises as bulldozers tear down zoo in Rafah

With a parrot that had escaped the Israelis perched on his shoulder, and a kangaroo crouching in the corner of the room, Mohammed Juma contemplated the little that was left of the zoo he had spent five years creating. "This was my life," he declared. "I watched my dream being destroyed."

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