The power outages caused by Typhoon Rammasun highlight a precarious, and dirty, energy situation, says Iris Gonzales.
Mads Gilbert, a doctor in Gaza’s largest hospital, writes an open letter as the Palestinian death toll rises steeply.
Children are dying while feeding birds on their roof tops, or playing football on the beach. On Day 11 of Israel’s assault, Noreen Sadik remembers the youngest victims.
At the General Synod, Joe Ware witnessed tweeting bishops, snoozing vicars – and a historic decision.
Lasanda Kurukulasuriya reports on the plight of refugees facing a dangerous return home.
Georgia Hanias looks at one successful initiative.
Natasha Turner reports on the ‘biggest public-sector walkout since 1926’.
Do not be fooled, this has nothing to do with jihadis or paedophiles, says Robin Tudge.
Miriam Ross on why Brits should join the protests against a dangerous EU-US trade deal on Saturday.
But not everyone is willing to rock the boat in the fight against polygamy, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.
Adam Long despairs at the increasingly extremist bent of the Tony Abbott administration and its open disdain for equality.