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Media mogul Murdoch engaged to police chaplain Smith

Rupert Murdoch, 92, has told the New York Post he is engaged to former San Francisco police chaplain Ann Lesley Smith.

Early Red Bull dominance painting worrying F1 picture

Red Bull’s continuing success, having won 12 of the last 13 races, has Formula One bosses concerned ahead of the next grand prix in Melbourne.

Taiwan calls on UK to support Pacific trade pact bid

President Tsai Ing-wen has urged the UK to support Taiwan’s bid to join the pan-Pacific free trade agreement despite China’s strong opposition.

Credit Suisse, UBS deal: what you need to know

UBS has agreed to buy rival bank Credit Suisse for three billion Swiss francs ($A4.8 billion) and assume up to $US5.4 billion ($A8 billion) in losses, in a shotgun merger engineered by Swiss authorities to avoid further market-shaking turmoil in global banking.

Scientists closer to using quantum light in medicine

Physicists have built a device that allows them to measure the movement of single photons and could lead to advances in medical imaging and quantum computing.

South African marches demand Ramaphosas resignation

Protests have erupted in South African cities against the ANC government, over unemployment and severe power cuts.

N Irelands DUP MPs to vote against new Brexit deal

The Democratic Unionist Party will vote against the government in this week’s first parliamentary vote on a Brexit deal, party leader Jeffrey Donaldson says.