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From ‘sound baths’ to rehydrating: 10 ways to boost your energy in the morning

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According to a study by TUC, the average commute to work took 59 minutes in 2018 – then the Covid-19 pandemic hit us like a meteor and journeying to day jobs ground to a halt for almost half of us. With many of us now...

Meditation, vodka and vinegar: can the morning routines of the rich and famous make me a better person?

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Are morning people better than night owls? I was delighted to discover that they are not. The “morning morality effect” – the notion that our capacity to resist lying and cheating dwindles through the day – applies on...

The Morning Star by Karl Ove Knausgaard review – a beguiling shaggy dog story

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After seven works of nonfiction, produced while the literary world was busy lauding his six-volume autofiction series, My Struggle, Karl Ove Knausgaard has returned to novel-writing with the 666-page (the sign of the ...

The Morning Star by Karl Ove Knausgård review – bloated and inconsequential

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To me, a passage from Karl Ove Knausgård’s 2004 novel A Time for Everything has always seemed illustrative of his approach: Beneath the surface of the quotidian, we sense the outline of the ineffable; yet the mundane...

Morning mail: Dfat warning before Afghanistan visit, international vaccine passport plan, woolly mammoths

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Good morning. There is light at the end of the tunnel for families waiting to reunite across international borders, with plans for digital declarations that include vaccination status set to facilitate international t...

Morning Mail: NSW hospitals face bottlenecks, Taliban appoints government, Australia Reads podcast

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Good morning. Health professionals want a coordinated approach to the looming Covid crisis in New South Wales hospitals to mitigate stress on the already overburdened systems. The Taliban has appointed a new all-male ...

London Underground records busiest morning since first 2020 lockdown

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London Underground had its busiest morning since before the first coronavirus lockdown in 2020, although journeys to school may have played a bigger role than work commutes in the surge in transport use in the capital...

The four steps for simple morning skincare

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Working on the assumption that many of us are unsheathing our complexions and giving them a much‑needed public airing, I feel it’s time for a good skincare routine. People are usually surprised by how unchanging and r...

Morning mail: ACT warns against ‘freedom day’, giant coral found, Covid rule confusion

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Good morning. The chief minister of the Australian Capital Territory, Andrew Barr, has accused New South Wales premier Gladys Berejiklian of putting young people at risk by not toughening restrictions in greater Sydne...

Guardian Morning Briefing – sign up and start the day one step ahead

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The Guardian Morning Briefing breaks down the news stories of the day, telling you what’s happening and why it matters so you’ll be completely up to speed. Besides the main headlines, you can expect a fantastic luncht...

Morning mail: reef lobbying, Brisbane’s Olympic fate, Bezos in space

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Good morning. Millions of Australians are waking up in lockdown as the latest Covid outbreaks continues to grow. South Australia and parts of regional New South Wales are the latest to enter lockdown. Meanwhile, criti...

Morning mail: NSW relaxes Covid worker rules, the Pegasus project, tattoo design theft

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Good morning. It turns out new Covid restrictions for workers in south-western Sydney are not as tough as first announced. It’s “Freedom Day” in England, according to Boris Johnson, but he won’t be enjoying the eased ...

Morning mail: two local Covid cases in Sydney, Labor backs gas, Sky News goes regional

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Good morning. Sydney has recorded two new Covid cases, Joe Biden has met Vladimir Putin in Europe and a giant diamond has been found in Botswana. These stories and more make up our Thursday headlines. A man who lives ...

Morning mail: army bullying complaints, Peta Credlin honoured, Netanyahu ousted

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Good morning! Netanyahu has been ousted, the G7 has concluded and Australian authorities are investigating alleged bullying in the army. It’s also been a busy weekend for sport, with an on-field cardiac arrest and a n...

Morning mail: G7 talks to begin, Melbourne lockdown lifts, Brisbane Olympic bid

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Good morning – especially to Melbourne readers ready to venture out after the city’s two-week lockdown. Making headlines this morning: world leaders are arriving in Cornwall ahead of the G7 Summit which starts on Frid...

Morning mail: Gaza ceasefire, PNG refugees to Canada, BBC apologises over Diana interview

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Good morning. A ceasefire in Gaza, environmental warnings here and overseas, and how to reopen Australia: it’s Friday 21 May, and this is Imogen Dewey with this morning’s news. Israel’s security cabinet has approved a...

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