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  1. Newsreader Talitha Cummins sues Channel Seven over alleged maternity leave sacking

    Smh.com.au - Top Stories 03.28 / 13:30 www.smh.com.au
    Last year, when Talitha Cummins took leave from Weekend Sunrise to give birth, her colleagues urged a speedy return. This exchange could prove crucial in a looming court stoush between Seven West Media and Cummins, who claims she was unfairly dismissed nine weeks into her maternity…
  2. 'The rooms are totalled': Residents share cyclone horror stories

    Abc.net.au - Top Stories 03.28 / 12:13 www.abc.net.au
    Panicked residents in areas affected by Cyclone Debbie relay their experiences to the ABC, including a Proserpine local who is huddling in her bathroom with her husband, as torrential rain and wind gusts pummel the…
  3. What to do (and not do) once Cyclone Debbie has passed

    Abc.net.au - Top Stories 03.28 / 12:13 www.abc.net.au
    Cyclone Debbie has made landfall, but it will be some time before residents are able to head outside and assess the damage. Here's a guide to what you should be doing in the storm's…
  4. Why Chinese investors keep buying Australian property: it's cheap

    Abc.net.au - Top Stories 03.24 / 08:36 www.abc.net.au
    You might think Australia's houses are ridiculously overpriced, but that's not how China's millionaires see…
  5. Google parent Alphabet lost $31b in value this week as YouTube ad crisis escalates

    Smh.com.au - Top Stories 03.24 / 05:14 www.smh.com.au
    Major advertisers across Europe are still appearing alongside extremist YouTube videos days after technology giant Google said it was taking steps to protect its clients from inadvertently supporting…
  6. Woman wearing hijab on Westminster Bridge was 'distressed, horrified', photographer says

    Abc.net.au - Top Stories 03.24 / 02:25 www.abc.net.au
    The photographer who captured an image of a woman wearing a hijab walking past a victim of yesterday's London terrorist attack has defended her actions, saying she looked distressed, and claims his work has been…
  7. Rotten Tomatoes 'the worst thing about movie culture today', says Hollywood director

    Smh.com.au - Top Stories 03.24 / 01:39 www.smh.com.au
    "When I was growing up film criticism was a real art... Now it's about a number," he…
  8. Teenager pleads guilty to planning Anzac Day terror attack

    Abc.net.au - Top Stories 03.24 / 00:22 www.abc.net.au
    A western Sydney teenager pleads guilty to planning for an Anzac Day terrorist…
  1. Havelock North Water Inquiry Getting Costly

    Scoop.co.nz - Politics 03.28 / 12:34 www.scoop.co.nz
    The Taxpayers’ Union can reveal that the the Hastings District Council has almost spent $1 million of ratepayer money on legal and investigation fees in relation to the Havelock North drinking water…
  2. Changes at Gloriavale after charity probe

    Channels.nzcity.co.nz - Politics 03.28 / 12:32 channels.nzcity.co.nz
    The controversial West Coast Christian community Gloriavale must make a number of changes following an investigation by the government body policing…
  3. UNHCR to refer at least 850 refugees from Manus Island and Nauru for US resettlement

    Channels.nzcity.co.nz - Politics 03.28 / 12:32 channels.nzcity.co.nz
    The United Nations refugee agency will refer at least 850 refugees from Manus Island and Nauru for US resettlement, but that is little comfort for one Rohingya…
  4. Shelved Afghanistan review found 113 flaws

    Channels.nzcity.co.nz - Politics 03.28 / 12:32 channels.nzcity.co.nz
    A review of New Zealand's involvement in Afghanistan, shelved because it was found to be "insufficiently accurate", identified 113 issues with…
  5. NZDF says Hager book has wrong villages

    Channels.nzcity.co.nz - Politics 03.28 / 12:32 channels.nzcity.co.nz
    The NZDF says it never carried out an operation in the villages in the Hit and Run book which alleges NZ SAS troops killed…
  6. Chinese premier arrives in New Zealand

    Channels.nzcity.co.nz - Politics 03.28 / 12:32 channels.nzcity.co.nz
    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has arrived in New Zealand for a visit that is considered significant for both…
  7. Julie Bishop warns diplomats of Donald Trump's 'economic nationalist agenda'

    In her strongest remarks yet on Donald Trump, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said the US President is "driving an economic nationalist agenda", indicating his policies are considered an economic threat to…
  8. Julie Bishop warns diplomats of Donald Trump's 'economic nationalist agenda'

    In her strongest remarks yet on Donald Trump, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said the US President is "driving an economic nationalist agenda", indicating his policies are considered an economic threat to…
  1. London attacker's wife breaks silence on killer husband

    London: The wife of Khalid Masood says she is "saddened and shocked" by his attack on Westminster and "totally" condemns his…
  2. London attacker's wife breaks silence on killer husband

    London: The wife of Khalid Masood says she is "saddened and shocked" by his attack on Westminster and "totally" condemns his…
  3. London attacker's wife breaks silence on killer husband

    Dailyliberal.com.au - World 03.28 / 13:31 dailyliberal.com.au
    London: The wife of Khalid Masood says she is "saddened and shocked" by his attack on Westminster and "totally" condemns his…
  4. London attacker's wife breaks silence on killer husband

    London: The wife of Khalid Masood says she is "saddened and shocked" by his attack on Westminster and "totally" condemns his…
  5. London attacker's wife breaks silence on killer husband

    London: The wife of Khalid Masood says she is "saddened and shocked" by his attack on Westminster and "totally" condemns his…
  6. London attacker's wife breaks silence on killer husband

    Hillsnews.com.au - World 03.28 / 13:30 hillsnews.com.au
    London: The wife of Khalid Masood says she is "saddened and shocked" by his attack on Westminster and "totally" condemns his…
  7. London attacker's wife breaks silence on killer husband

    Bunburymail.com.au - World 03.28 / 13:29 bunburymail.com.au
    London: The wife of Khalid Masood says she is "saddened and shocked" by his attack on Westminster and "totally" condemns his…
  8. 'I totally condemn his actions' London attacker Khalid Masood's wife speaks out

    London: The wife of Khalid Masood says she is "saddened and shocked" by his attack on Westminster and "totally" condemns his…
  1. The truth behind Kim Kardashian's rise to fame

    Au.ibtimes.com - US 03.28 / 13:09 au.ibtimes.com
    The past decade or so has seen Kim Kardashian and her family sparkle under the Hollywood spotlight. But the leaked footage of Kardshian and then boyfriend Ray J has been questioned and doubted over…
  2. XXXX beer brewery in Milton catches fire

    Caboolturenews.com.au - U.S. 03.28 / 12:24 caboolturenews.com.au
    EMERGENCY crews are on scene at a fire at the XXXX brewery in Milton this…
  3. Cockatoo stripped of its feathers as Cyclone Debbie hits

    Caboolturenews.com.au - U.S. 03.28 / 12:24 caboolturenews.com.au
    A COCKATOO, stripped of its feathers and cowering among broken branches and leaves shows the power of Cyclone Debbie’s f…
  4. 'Idiot' tempts fate in Cyclone Debbie swell at Airlie

    Caboolturenews.com.au - U.S. 03.28 / 12:24 caboolturenews.com.au
    PERHAPS he didn't know a cyclone was coming. Perhaps he was a lot under the…
  5. Panic and destruction as Cyclone Debbie makes landfall

    Caboolturenews.com.au - U.S. 03.28 / 12:24 caboolturenews.com.au
    CYCLONE Debbie is doing her worst in North Queensland as the Category 4 system begins to make landfall on the mainland between Airlie Beach and…
  6. Family getting creepy letters from 'The Watcher' sues town to demolish house

    Nzherald.co.nz - US 03.28 / 12:10 www.nzherald.co.nz
    A New Jersey family that wants to demolish their home after they claim they were stalked by an anonymous creepy-letter writer known as "The Watcher" has filed a lawsuit against their town, according to the Daily Mail . Derek…
  7. San Francisco: Far from The City crowd

    Nzherald.co.nz - US 03.28 / 12:10 www.nzherald.co.nz
    San Francisco is the second densest city in the United States and it can occasionally feel a little crowded. From the scores of sightseers at Fisherman's Wharf to the hordes of row houses on its hilly streets, an overwhelmed…
  8. London terror attack: Donald Trump urged to help Scotland Yard access WhatsApp message sent by Westminster terrorist att

    Nzherald.co.nz - US 03.28 / 12:10 www.nzherald.co.nz
    Donald Trump is under pressure to force WhatsApp to hand over vital evidence on the Westminster attack after Amber Rudd gained powerful allies in Europe in her fight to bring social media firms to heel. Khalid Masood sent a…
  1. Daily Mail focuses on legs over legislation

    Stuff.co.nz - Europe 03.28 / 12:25 www.stuff.co.nz
    British tabloid The Daily Mail is under fire for a front page which emphasises the legs of female politicians over any substantive ne…
  2. Giant gold coin worth millions stolen from Berlin museum

    Stuff.co.nz - Europe 03.28 / 12:25 www.stuff.co.nz
    A Canadian gold coin named "Big Maple Leaf" which bears the image of Queen Elizabeth II was stolen from the Bode Museum in Berlin, G…
  3. Dream job - provider of soft furnishings and curtains to the Queen

    Stuff.co.nz - Europe 03.28 / 12:25 www.stuff.co.nz
    It's the opportunity of a lifetime - a chance to work in the Queen's houses making curtains and soft…
  4. US tourist killed in London would not have borne ill feelings towards attacker - family

    Stuff.co.nz - Europe 03.28 / 12:25 www.stuff.co.nz
    The family of US tourist Kurt Cochran who was killed in last week's assault on the British parliament said he would not have borne any ill feelings towards the …
  5. Westminster killer 'not associated with Isis', say police

    Nzherald.co.nz - Europe 03.28 / 12:10 www.nzherald.co.nz
    Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood copied Isis techniques but there was no evidence he was in contact with the terror group, a senior police officer has said. Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu revealed more about the…
  6. German politicians warned about Christmas market attacker nine months before massacre

    Nzherald.co.nz - Europe 03.28 / 12:10 www.nzherald.co.nz
    Evidence has emerged in Germany that politicians were warned nine months before Berlin's Christmas market massacre that Islamic State disciple Anis Amri was plotting carnage. The State Criminal Office in North Rhine-Westphalia…
  7. Thousands of migrants rescued from Mediterranean Sea at weekend

    Nzherald.co.nz - Europe 03.28 / 12:10 www.nzherald.co.nz
    Humanitarian ships rescued almost 1200 migrants who were crossing the Mediterranean Sea at the weekend on an array of small, tightly packed boats, Doctors Without Borders says. A young woman was found unconscious on one of the…
  8. Protestors take to Russian streets in biggest show of defiance against Russian government in years

    Nzherald.co.nz - Europe 03.28 / 12:10 www.nzherald.co.nz
    Thousands of people crowded into Moscow's Pushkin Square yesterday for an unsanctioned protest against the Russian government, the biggest gathering in a wave of nationwide protests that were the most extensive show of defiance…
  1. Microsoft Surface Pro 5 and Surface Book 2 to ditch Surface Spring Hardware Launch Event; Windows 10 Mobile expected ins

    Au.ibtimes.com - Asia 03.28 / 13:29 au.ibtimes.com
    If latest reports are to be believed, Microsoft may not unveil the Surface Book 2 and the Surface Pro 5 at the Surface Spring Hardware Launch Event. Fans were expecting the devices at the event, as earlier reports had also pointed towards…
  2. Google Pixel C vs Samsung Galaxy Tab S3: Specs and features compared

    Au.ibtimes.com - Asia 03.28 / 12:49 au.ibtimes.com
    Samsung recently released its Galaxy Tab S3, a device that had been hugely-anticipated for long. It will be interesting to see how it compares against the Google Pixel C, the high-end Android tablet from the search…
  3. ‘Hell's Kitchen Australia’ spoilers: Reality stars, actors, athletes and a politician sign up for tough cooking competit

    Au.ibtimes.com - Asia 03.28 / 12:49 au.ibtimes.com
    Channel Seven’s reality TV series, which will be hosted by acclaimed British chef Marco Pierre White, recently released the list of the 10 brave celebrities who are going to be pitted against each other in the name of c…
  4. Indian attacked in Hobart

    Indianlink.com.au - India 03.28 / 12:33 indianlink.com.au
    Taxi driver Li Max Joy allegedly assaulted by a group of teenagers at fast food restaurant. KIRA SPUCYS-TAHAR reports The post Indian attacked in Hobart appeared first on Indian…
  5. Classroom protest

    Indianlink.com.au - India 03.28 / 12:33 indianlink.com.au
    While The Manganiyar Classroom showcases a dying musical heritage, it is also a cry against the educational system in India, writes PREETI DAGA The post Classroom protest appeared first on Indian…
  6. Goan goals

    Indianlink.com.au - India 03.28 / 12:33 indianlink.com.au
    Community soccer gains in popularity at Goan Association of Australia tournament. FRANKEY GERARD FERNANDES reports The post Goan goals appeared first on Indian…
  7. Golden State Warriors vs Houston Rockets live stream: Watch NBA live on TV, preview, start time

    Au.ibtimes.com - Asia 03.28 / 12:28 au.ibtimes.com
    The Houston Rockets (51-22) will host the Golden State Warriors (59-14) in a Western Conference heavyweight clash at the Toyota Center on Tuesday …
  8. Tesla’s big opportunity revealed; Model 3 is 10 times safer than average car on road

    Au.ibtimes.com - Asia 03.28 / 12:28 au.ibtimes.com
    Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas is of the opinion that the safety of Tesla Model 3 will allow the electric vehicle maker to steal away market share from its competitors. This is Tesla’s big opportunity, too good to m…
  1. Tomb of Jesus reopens to public after US$4 million restoration

    Stuff.co.nz - Middle East 03.28 / 12:25 www.stuff.co.nz
    Renovations at Christianity's holiest site – carried out over the past nine months – were finally unveiled March 22 in a ceremony that brought together rival Christian denominations and ushered in a new era for pilgrims wanting to get closer to their sav…
  2. Conflicting accounts over mass deaths in Iraq as battle rages on

    Stuff.co.nz - Middle East 03.28 / 12:25 www.stuff.co.nz
    Iraq's military said on Sunday that 61 bodies were recovered from a collapsed building that Islamic State had booby-trapped in west Mosul, but there was no sign the building had been hit by a coalition air…
  3. Yemenis protest on second anniversary of Saudi intervention

    Stuff.co.nz - Middle East 03.28 / 12:25 www.stuff.co.nz
    Tens of thousands of Yemenis protested Sunday in the capital Sanaa against the Saudi-led military intervention in Yemen as it marked its second…
  4. Taken hostage in Iraq by Saddam Hussein, I hadn't returned - until now

    Stuff.co.nz - Middle East 03.28 / 12:25 www.stuff.co.nz
    You are on an overseas holiday when a dictator invades a neighbouring country. You are taken hostage with your companions. You spend the next month idling away the days in a five-star hotel, dining on three-course meals, waiting for your captor to make his next …
  5. Australia selling military equipment to Saudi Arabia during brutal Yemen conflict

    Stuff.co.nz - Middle East 03.28 / 12:25 www.stuff.co.nz
    Australian firms have secured contracts to supply military equipment to Saudi Arabia, an autocracy accused of ongoing war crimes in a conflict that has killed more than 10,000…
  1. Ashhurst man and runaway provide hand up to Ethiopian village

    Stuff.co.nz - Africa 03.28 / 12:25 www.stuff.co.nz
    As he read primary school books under streetlights, runaway Amlaku Teshome's hope to bring his Ethiopian village out of poverty must have seemed like a dream.Now his hard work has introduced irrigation and new crops and begun to lift the 70 families out of subsistence poverty – all thanks to a chance encounter. DAVID UNWIN/FAIRFAX NZ …
  2. Family caught out by new South African visa regulations

    Stuff.co.nz - Africa 03.28 / 12:25 www.stuff.co.nz
    Political bureaucracy has become personal for one South African family, forced to forego a funeral due to new visa r…
  3. Six aid workers killed in an ambush in South Sudan, United Nations says

    Stuff.co.nz - Africa 03.28 / 12:25 www.stuff.co.nz
    Six aid workers were killed in an ambush in South Sudan on Saturday while travelling from the capital Juba to the town of Pibor, the United Nations said on Sunday without specifying if they worked for the UN or giving other …
  4. Wild Idea conservation symposium at Wellington Zoo to bring together international animal protection groups

    Nzherald.co.nz - Africa 03.28 / 12:10 www.nzherald.co.nz
    Not everyone can head off to "the wilds of Madagascar" to protect animals, but every person can make a difference. That's the message Wellington Zoo's chief executive Karen Fifield is pushing as its international Wild Ideas…
  5. Morocco: The theatre of the square

    Nzherald.co.nz - Africa 03.28 / 12:10 www.nzherald.co.nz
    I spotted the characteristic hood of a black cobra out of the corner of my eye. It was dark in Marrakech's crowded Djemaa el Fna Square so I was on high alert in case I accidentally stood on the creature of my worst…
  6. Angola: Kayaking with crocodiles

    Nzherald.co.nz - Africa 03.28 / 12:10 www.nzherald.co.nz
    Rumours of unexploded landmines, war-ravaged communities, violent crime, poverty and chaos were all common themes as American paddler Aaron Mann and I prepared for an historic kayaking expedition to Angola. It's no wonder the…
  7. Tanzania: Animal attractions

    Nzherald.co.nz - Africa 03.28 / 12:10 www.nzherald.co.nz
    Only twice over four days did our safari guide Gus get that anxious look on his face. The involuntary look that suggested he wasn't in total control of the situation and bad things - like being devoured by merciless carnivores -…
  8. Kenya: Focus on Africa

    Nzherald.co.nz - Africa 03.28 / 12:10 www.nzherald.co.nz
    A messy break-up, the death of my first pet hamster, and the scene when Elliott and E.T. fly across the full moon on a bicycle; these are all episodes in life that have brought me close to tears. Now, I can add a 53-year-old…
  1. Digital disruption expected to make legal services cheaper

    As a ''virtual lawyer'' Leonie Chapman provides in-house legal services for half the price of a top-tier law…
  2. Digital disruption expected to make legal services cheaper

    As a ''virtual lawyer'' Leonie Chapman provides in-house legal services for half the price of a top-tier law…
  3. Digital disruption expected to make legal services cheaper

    Dailyliberal.com.au - Australia 03.28 / 13:31 dailyliberal.com.au
    As a ''virtual lawyer'' Leonie Chapman provides in-house legal services for half the price of a top-tier law…
  4. Digital disruption expected to make legal services cheaper

    As a ''virtual lawyer'' Leonie Chapman provides in-house legal services for half the price of a top-tier law…
  5. Digital disruption expected to make legal services cheaper

    Hillsnews.com.au - National 03.28 / 13:30 hillsnews.com.au
    As a ''virtual lawyer'' Leonie Chapman provides in-house legal services for half the price of a top-tier law…
  6. How did the government get China treaty so wrong?

    At 8.40am on Tuesday, just minutes after Julie Bishop had publicly backed a China extradition treaty and walked into a meeting of the leadership group, Bill Shorten rang Malcolm…
  7. Turnbull pulls plug on China treaty under pressure from Labor, backbenchers

    A Turnbull government plan to ratify the China-Australia extradition treaty has collapsed, with mounting opposition from the Coalition backbench causing the government to withdraw the treaty from…
  8. What Cyclone Debbie means for the Great Barrier Reef

    Cyclone Debbie hammers a region of Great Barrier Reef that had escaped the worst of recent coral…
  1. Taniwha mystery solved: salt water crocodiles visit NZ?

    There are Aussie pelicans in the Kaipara, but is the Maori ‘taniwha’ or Ngarara based on encounters with another Aussie migrant? An old scientific study from the 1980s indicates Australian saltwater crocodiles are occasional summer [...] Related Posts: Snakes on a drain – ‘snake free’ NZ found… It’s official – there could be snakes in NZ Deep sea yacht rescue saves three in massive storm Climate of fear Giant dinosaur, long as a bus, head l…
  2. Lancaster Park to be deconstructed

    Channels.nzcity.co.nz - New Zeland 03.28 / 12:32 channels.nzcity.co.nz
    Christchurch's Lancaster Park, which was significantly damaged during the February 2011 earthquake, will be deconstructed, the city council has…
  3. Houses needed on Wellington fringes: Mayor

    Channels.nzcity.co.nz - New Zeland 03.28 / 12:32 channels.nzcity.co.nz
    With two Wellington landholders owning as much as 90 per cent of vacant land on the city fringes, mayor Justin Lester is keen to push them to build new…
  4. Hawke's Bay council worker dies

    Channels.nzcity.co.nz - New Zeland 03.28 / 12:32 channels.nzcity.co.nz
    A Hawke's Bay Regional Council worker has died in a 4WD accident on a remote…
  5. Electricity distribution pricing change a must, say retailers

    Guide2.co.nz - Business 03.28 / 12:28 guide2.co.nz
    The 29 electricity network companies responsible for delivering the power within towns and cities must work with the sector and move quickly on reform of their charges to enable better outcomes for New Zealanders, especially those on lower…
  6. NZ Post signs landmark agreement with China logistics giant

    Guide2.co.nz - Business 03.28 / 12:28 guide2.co.nz
    New Zealand Post this week signed an agreement with the Henan Bonded Logistics Centre (HNBLC) and Trademonster that will simplify access for New Zealand companies to one of world’s largest consumer m…
  7. New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards are heading south

    Guide2.co.nz - Business 03.28 / 12:28 guide2.co.nz
    The 2018 New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards are heading…
  8. Jackson: Crime, burglaries and how failed politics impact your community

    Stuff.co.nz - New Zealand Crime 03.28 / 12:26 www.stuff.co.nz
    New crime stats showed that last year burglaries jumped 16 per cent to 74 182 - that's a burglary happening every 7…