Grab a comfy chair and sit back with some of the week’s best longreads.
IT’S A DAY of rest, and you may be in the mood for a quiet corner and a comfy chair.
There’s a lot of talk these days about not using disposable straws – and though this article is about the history of the straw in America, it’s also about the environment and consumerism over the years.
Hannah Jane Parkinson says she’s done with the mental health conversation that likens it to having a broken leg – this powerful essay explains why.
A look at what’s going on in Flint, Michigan, and how it took 18 months for officials to accept there is some seriously wrong with its water.
This photo essay from the New York Times looks at what undocumented immigrants who have arrived in the US go through.
Our own Sean Murray brings you through everything you need to know about the final module of the Disclosures Tribunal. Was it a ‘blackening’ of Maurice McCabe, or the smear campaign that never was?
Arthur and Kathleen Breitman got into cryptocurrency, it was a form of utopian ambition. But it turned into one of the crypto world’s biggest scandals.
Tamra Keepness disappeared from her home in Regina, Canada, 12 years ago. What happened to her?
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