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Regenesis by George Monbiot review – hungry for real change

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We are farming our planet to death. Half of the world’s habitable land has already been colonised to produce our food. Nature, the many millions of other species, is forced to survive in the polluted, overhunted, degr...

Globalisation of food production has left millions hungry

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George Monbiot’s piece on the fragility of the global food system and the hunger crisis was powerful and timely (The banks collapsed in 2008 – and our food system is about to do the same, 19 May). The world is in the ...

Yara Rodrigues Fowler: ‘Revolution – that’s what I’m hungry for’

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Yara Rodrigues Fowler, 29, is a Brazilian-British novelist and activist from London. In 2019 she was shortlisted for the Sunday Times young writer of the year award for her debut, Stubborn Archivist, cited as “a forma...

Hungry javelina, trapped in car, goes for a drive in Arizona

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A hungry javelina ended up going for a drive in Arizona when it became trapped inside an empty car and bumped it into neutral. Javelinas are pig-like animals that are native to desert environments. Deputies in Yavapai...

Why do we love advice columns so much? We are hungry little piggies desperate for rules and guidance

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There’s a lot of information about society in relationship advice writing. The first thing you can safely deduce doesn’t even come from the content, just the sheer amount of advice columns that are produced: we love i...

Hungry badger may have uncovered Roman coins in Spanish cave

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A trove of 209 Roman coins in a cave in northern Spain – hailed by researchers as an “exceptional find” – is believed to have been uncovered by a badger desperately foraging for food. The coins, dating from between t...

‘We need to be alarmed’: food banks in overdrive as politicians allow Australians to go hungry

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Food banks in Australia were overwhelmed during the Covid-19 pandemic. Whole industries shut down, shedding jobs, and vulnerable people were suddenly more numerous and visible than ever. The demand for food relief exp...

Life after loneliness: ‘I was homeless, hungry, skint and isolated. Then I found the secret of reconnection’

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I have dealt with ostracism since early childhood. ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) and ODD (oppositional defiant disorder) do not benefit from confinement in a classroom, where bouncing off the walls i...

Hungry review – souring romance with plenty to chew over

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At first glance, Chris Bush’s two-hander is a study of a workplace romance. Eleanor Sutton’s Lori is a chef, stressed about getting her high-end food on the table. Leah St Luce’s Bex is the new waiter, considerably le...

If Tories want to help the hungry, here’s what they should do

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While Marcus Rashford’s rallying cry around the need to raise awareness and take-up of Healthy Start vouchers is incredibly helpful, the remainder of your article suggests that increased awareness alone might not be s...

Irish Friends, Rainbow’s end, and a very hungry caterpillar – take the Thursday quiz

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Can it really be Thursday lunchtime once more? Yes, it can, and so it is time to enjoy our cryptically named Thursday quiz. 15 questions on general knowledge and topical news trivia in 15 rounds. It is just for fun an...

‘We read The Very Hungry Caterpillar weekly’: readers’ tributes to Eric Carle

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Eric Carle, children’s author and illustrator of The Very Hungry Caterpillar and many other children’s books, has died at the age of 91. Here, readers share their memories of what the celebrated author’s work means to...

‘Here fire, you hungry?’ Idaho Covid protesters burn masks in front of capitol

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A least 100 people gathered in front of the Idaho state capitol on Saturday to burn masks, in a protest against measures to limit infections and deaths caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Some groups, predominantly r...