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  1. Second Kiwibank robbery in a week in Christchurch

    Stuff.co.nz - New Zealand Crime 01.25 / 00:58 www.stuff.co.nz
    A second Kiwibank branch has been robbed in Christchurch, the second within a …
  2. Trump administration issues media blackout on environmental agencies

    Stuff.co.nz - World 01.25 / 00:58 www.stuff.co.nz
    The administration of US President Donald Trump has moved to curb the flow of information from several government agencies, in actions that appeared designed to tighten control and discourage dissenting…
  3. Rio shares lift after NSW coal sale

    Theage.com.au - Australia 01.25 / 00:27 www.theage.com.au
    Rio Tinto shares are up more than two per cent after the mining giant agreed to sell its NSW energy coal operations to Chinese-owned Yancoal…
  4. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided’s Second Expansion Due next Month

    Nzgamer.com - Games 01.25 / 00:23 nzgamer.com
    A Criminal Past will provider players with more insight into the Deus Ex universe, as they take on a mission from Jensen’s p…
  5. Cops slam man who rode a luge cart down the Kaimai Ranges

    Stuff.co.nz - New Zealand 01.25 / 00:07 www.stuff.co.nz
    Police have slammed the actions of a teenager who was filmed weaving a luge cart through traffic down the Kaimai R…
  6. God Save The Queen? Republicans launch Aust Day advert

    KEEP your eyes peeled on Australia Day for a controversial new television ad which gets viewers to think about why the Queen is our head of…
  7. Cops slam man who rode a luge cart down the Kaimai Range

    Stuff.co.nz - New Zealand Crime 01.24 / 23:57 www.stuff.co.nz
    Police have slammed the actions of a teenager who was filmed weaving a luge cart through traffic down the Kaimai R…
  8. US police discover US$20m in cash hidden under mattress

    Nzherald.co.nz - Crime NZ 01.24 / 23:57 www.nzherald.co.nz
    Here is someone who took hiding money under the mattress to the extreme after police in the United States found US$20 million ($28m) in cash at an apartment.The huge pile of banknotes were uncovered inside a wooden bed frame,…
  1. The Paris peace conference

    Aijac.org.au - Politics 01.24 / 19:03 aijac.org.au
    This Update looks at the outcome of the French-organised conference on Israeli-Palestinian peace that took placed in Paris on Sunday. The dozens of states participating in the conference issued a declaration urging the parties resume negotiations, but making a number of other points, which you can read here. The Israeli government, which had been opposed to the conference (see Israeli PM Netanyahu's statement about it here), appears to be relieved that the outcome was relatively…
  2. Greece: The PSI and the process of bank recapitalization (2012-2016)

    Cadtm.org - Politics 01.24 / 17:41 cadtm.org
    This section analyzes the impact of the debt restructuring of 2012 on Greek banks and the measures taken to ensure their proper recapitalization. It describes the role of the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund (HFSF) in this process and the problems derived from the composition of its governing council. This included former bankers, both Greek and foreign, who had been involved themselves in mismanagement of banks. As a result, the HFSF refrained from taking any significant measures that…
  3. First lockout extension venues revealed

    Governmentnews.com.au - Politics 01.24 / 03:01 governmentnews.com.au
    Later last drinks for some. The post First lockout extension venues revealed appeared first on Government…
  4. Tripping up Trumpism through a global boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) campaign

    Links.org.au - Politics 01.23 / 11:50 links.org.au
       By Patrick Bond  January 23, 2017 – Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal – The forces arrayed against Donald Trump’s presidency and neo-fascist movement range from the Central Intelligence Agency to oppressed minorities, and will soon encompass the whole world once his climate change threats are carried out. From above, conflicts will continue with moderate Republicans, Democratic Party elites, so-called Deep State opponents including neoconservative factions o…
  5. Ratana visits to get political year underway

    Newstalkzb.co.nz - Politics 01.22 / 16:15 newstalkzb.co.nz
    The Ratana Church is set to have a captive political audience this week as the political year gets underway. The Prime Minister will attend commemorations of the Church's founder today, while other political leaders and parties will pay their respects at Ratana Pa tomorrow. New Zealand First will be there with Leader Winston Peters saying his party wants to hear what the Ratana Church has to say, and he says if asked, he'll also present his party's political position on the…
  6. Trump trade plan starts with quitting TPP

    Newstalkzb.co.nz - Politics 01.21 / 02:28 newstalkzb.co.nz
    The new US administration of President Donald Trump says its trade strategy to protect American jobs will start with its withdrawal from the 12-nation Trans- Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade pact. A White House statement issued soon after Trump's inauguration on Friday said the United States would also "crack down on those nations that violate trade agreements and harm American workers in the process." The proposed TPP is between the US, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Canada, Singapore…
  7. Pauline Hanson meeting descends into farce as she confuses candidates, blames Bourke Street incident on terrorists

    Bunburymail.com.au - Politics 01.20 / 07:55 bunburymail.com.au
    Pauline Hanson’s much-publicised arrival in WA has descended into disarray, with the One Nation leader refusing to answer questions on her candidates' pasts, as well as appearing confused over which electorates candidates will run for in the WA state e…
  8. Demand for social housing continues to grow

    Newstalkzb.co.nz - Politics 01.20 / 02:29 newstalkzb.co.nz
    The official waiting list for social housing has risen again to nearly 4800 households, nearly half of whom are in Auckland. The waiting list is now at its highest level since it was transferred to Work and Income in mid-2014. Figures released by new Social Housing Minister Amy Adams today show the number of people on the list jumped by 169 in the last three months of 2016 to 4771 - an increase of 3.7 per cent. Over the last year, the list grew by 37.3 per cent. The increase was driven…
  1. Trump administration issues media blackout on environmental agencies

    Stuff.co.nz - World 01.25 / 00:58 www.stuff.co.nz
    The administration of US President Donald Trump has moved to curb the flow of information from several government agencies, in actions that appeared designed to tighten control and discourage dissenting…
  2. Trump Executive Memorandum on DAPL violates law and treaties

    Scoop.co.nz - World 01.24 / 23:47 www.scoop.co.nz
    Cannon Ball, N.D. — The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe said today that President Donald Trump’s executive action towards an approval of an easement for the Dakota Access Pipeline risks contaminating tribal and American water supplies while disregarding…
  3. Syria powerbrokers endorse ceasefire deal at talks

    Abc.net.au - World 01.24 / 20:02 www.abc.net.au
    Russia, Iran and Turkey present a united front at the conclusion of two days of Syrian peace talks in Kazakhstan, pledging support for the country's shaky ceasefire and a joint mechanism to ensure…
  4. Oscar nominations: Who gets to call the shots before Hollywood's night of nights and how is it decided?

    Channels.nzcity.co.nz - World 01.24 / 18:33 channels.nzcity.co.nz
    Nominations for the 2017 Oscars will be announced tonight. So who actually makes the call for…
  5. Trump forges ahead with controversial Dakota pipeline

    Newstalkzb.co.nz - World 01.24 / 17:37 newstalkzb.co.nz
    The executive orders are coming thick and fast from the White House. Donald Trump has just signed more documents - among other things - clearing the way for the construction of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines, projects blocked by his predecessor. "We build the pipelines, we want to build the pipe. It's going to put a lot of steelworkers back to work," Trump said. Barack Obama stopped the projects on environmental concerns. The projects also saw large scale protests, in…
  6. UN fears for 750,000 civilians in west Mosul

    Abc.net.au - World 01.24 / 14:34 www.abc.net.au
    The United Nations says it is "racing against the clock" to prepare emergency aid for hundreds of thousands of endangered civilians in Mosul with an Iraqi army offensive looming to oust Islamic…
  7. Bali murder suspect tells court his co-accused cut up victim's ID 'to protect him'

    Abc.net.au - World 01.24 / 12:10 www.abc.net.au
    The trial of a Byron Bay woman and her British boyfriend over the alleged murder of a Bali police officer continues, with the court hearing she cut up the officer's identification to protect him from identity…
  8. UK can't trigger Brexit without parliamentary approval, Supreme Court rules

    Abc.net.au - World 01.24 / 10:06 www.abc.net.au
    The UK's Supreme Court rules that Prime Minister Theresa May must get parliamentary approval before starting the process of leaving the European Union. …
  1. Seven Aussies killed by people who should've been in jail

    Caboolturenews.com.au - U.S. 01.24 / 00:35 caboolturenews.com.au
    Here are just seven Australians killed by someone who was freed on bail when they should have been in…
  2. Driver accused of deadly carnage in Melbourne CBD named

    Caboolturenews.com.au - U.S. 01.20 / 08:16 caboolturenews.com.au
    A CHILD is among three people killed, while doctors are fighting to save a three-month-old baby injured in the wild police chase through Melbourne’s C…
  3. Both men accused of bestiality, animal cruelty refused bail

    Caboolturenews.com.au - U.S. 01.17 / 05:37 caboolturenews.com.au
    UPDATE: Two men charged with bestiality and animal cruelty offences have again been formally refused bail in Lismore Local Court…
  4. Sussan Ley resigns from frontbench over $7000 flights

    Caboolturenews.com.au - U.S. 01.13 / 04:27 caboolturenews.com.au
    HEALTH Minister Sussan Ley has given notice of her intention to resign following excessive spending of taxpayer…
  5. Car recalled over potential steering flaw

    Caboolturenews.com.au - U.S. 01.11 / 04:25 caboolturenews.com.au
    A FLAW in the suspension of a European car could lead to drivers running off the road - or…
  6. Eight tax changes to cost families thousands in 2017

    Caboolturenews.com.au - U.S. 01.10 / 05:20 caboolturenews.com.au
    YOUR family will probably need to get by with a lot less in 2017 — possibly many thousands of dollars l…
  7. Corrupt conduct charge for Queensland tennis teen

    Caboolturenews.com.au - U.S. 01.05 / 23:36 caboolturenews.com.au
    BRISBANE tennis champ’s family has revealed he is co-operating with Victoria Police investigations into alleged m…
  8. Fifth person diagnosed with deadly meningococcal

    Caboolturenews.com.au - U.S. 01.05 / 08:21 caboolturenews.com.au
    It follows confirmation of the diagnosis of three children under the age of five from the same family — two siblings and a cousin — on New Year’s Day…
  1. Shane Long hoping for another giant upset

    Irishecho.com.au - Europe 06.25 / 00:38 irishecho.com.au
    Shane Long is hoping the Republic of Ireland can write a new chapter in the nation's footballing history against France on Sunday after already earning their place in Irish…
  2. Brady’s late stunner seals win over Italy

    Irishecho.com.au - Europe 06.22 / 22:15 irishecho.com.au
    Robbie Brady rekindled memories of 1994 when he headed the Republic of Ireland into a dramatic 1-0 victory over Italy to book a dream Euro 2016 showdown with hosts…
  3. Northern Ireland upbeat ahead of German clash

    Irishecho.com.au - Europe 06.21 / 03:27 irishecho.com.au
    A draw against Germany in Paris will almost certainly be enough to get Northern Ireland through to the knock-out…
  4. Irish unfazed by Italian job: Hoolahan

    Irishecho.com.au - Europe 06.21 / 03:11 irishecho.com.au
    Only victory over Italy - Antonio Conte's men are yet to concede and have already clinched top spot in Group E with a game to spare - will give the Republic a chance of making the last…
  5. Disappointed Lowry looks to future

    Irishecho.com.au - Europe 06.21 / 02:56 irishecho.com.au
    Shane Lowry is convinced he has what it takes to win a major championship despite suffering the bitter disappointment of squandering a four-shot lead in the US…
  6. Boks bit back to break Irish hearts

    Irishecho.com.au - Europe 06.19 / 01:17 irishecho.com.au
    Ireland coach Joe Schmidt admitted he has a big job on his hands to lift his troops for next week's Test series decider against South Africa in Port…
  7. Ireland must beat Italy to keep Euro hopes alive

    Irishecho.com.au - Europe 06.19 / 01:16 irishecho.com.au
    The Republic of Ireland's hopes of progressing to the knock-out stage of Euro 2016 suffered a hammer blow on Saturday when they were beaten 3-0 by Belgium in…
  8. Irish let victory slip after own goal

    Irishecho.com.au - Europe 06.13 / 21:18 irishecho.com.au
    Wes Hoolahan put Ireland ahead but a Ciaran Clark own goal saw Sweden grab a point in the Euro 2016…
  1. Ordinary people achieving the extraordinary

    Indianlink.com.au - India 01.23 / 03:23 indianlink.com.au
    Meet the Indian Australians among the national finalists for Australian Of The Year Awards The post Ordinary people achieving the extraordinary appeared first on Indian…
  2. Furious flow of mindless mojo

    Indianlink.com.au - India 01.23 / 02:42 indianlink.com.au
    SUBHASH K JHA reviews Vin Diesel and Deepika Padukone's performance in 'xXx: The Return Of Xander Cage' The post Furious flow of mindless mojo appeared first on Indian…
  3. Reconsider your decision, Melton Christian College

    Indianlink.com.au - India 01.19 / 01:59 indianlink.com.au
    Most schools, even those with strict uniform policies, are flexible about the turban. RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA reports The post Reconsider your decision, Melton Christian College appeared first on Indian…
  4. Indian American DJ to perform at Trump’s inauguration

    Indianlink.com.au - India 01.19 / 00:18 indianlink.com.au
    DJ and drummer Ravi Jakhotia, popularly known as DJ Ravidrums, will perform at the "Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration" on 19 January The post Indian American DJ to perform at Trump’s inauguration appeared first on Indian…
  5. Karan Johar’s memoir lays bare all; reflects Bollywood’s ambiguity

    Indianlink.com.au - India 01.17 / 03:16 indianlink.com.au
    SAKET SUMAN on KJo’s new book 'An Unsuitable Boy' The post Karan Johar’s memoir lays bare all; reflects Bollywood’s ambiguity appeared first on Indian L…
  6. HSC: Lessons about myself

    Indianlink.com.au - India 01.12 / 02:01 indianlink.com.au
    Students from the community who completed Year 12 with outstanding results share their insights into surviving the final year of school The post HSC: Lessons about myself appeared first on Indian…
  7. The importance of primary prevention

    Indianlink.com.au - India 01.12 / 00:00 indianlink.com.au
    An RMIT panel looks at how gender equality is the key to preventing violence against women. DIPANJALI RAO reports The post The importance of primary prevention appeared first on Indian…
  8. New Year’s Sleep

    Indianlink.com.au - India 01.11 / 23:39 indianlink.com.au
    It’s an unusual start to a brand new year, writes FARZANA AHMAD The post New Year’s Sleep appeared first on Indian Lin…
  1. Rio shares lift after NSW coal sale

    Theage.com.au - Australia 01.25 / 00:27 www.theage.com.au
    Rio Tinto shares are up more than two per cent after the mining giant agreed to sell its NSW energy coal operations to Chinese-owned Yancoal…
  2. God Save The Queen? Republicans launch Aust Day advert

    KEEP your eyes peeled on Australia Day for a controversial new television ad which gets viewers to think about why the Queen is our head of…
  3. Stuntman's death: Police focus on use of blanks

    DETECTIVES are investigating if handmade blanks were used in a shotgun that killed a Gold Coast stuntman while filming a music video in…
  4. The IT firm cashing in on Sydney's council mergers

    Hillsnews.com.au - National 01.24 / 14:32 hillsnews.com.au
    New Premier Gladys Berejiklian may be hedging her bets on council amalgamations, but one player in local government is doing well out of the…
  5. Dear Premier Gladys Berejiklian: Here are 11 ways to improve housing affordability

    Hillsnews.com.au - National 01.24 / 12:29 hillsnews.com.au
    The new premier claims to be "open minded" on the best ways to improve housing affordability, but here are 11 economist-endorsed ideas that might test her…
  6. America ‘won’t be the same again’ as Trump takes power

    SPECIAL REPORT FROM WASHINGTON DC: "It seems that Australia too is sadly moving to the right, although not as far as the US has. We need to take a lesson from what happened here." - Aussie expat on Women's…
  7. CIMIC launches Macmahon takeover bid

    Theage.com.au - Australia 01.24 / 04:37 www.theage.com.au
    Spanish-controlled CIMIC has unveiled a 14.5 cents-per-share bid for Macmahon, valuing the mining services firm at $174…
  8. Man forced to move plane seats for Pauline Hanson

    A 23-year-old man was made to give up his seat on a Virgin flight so that Pauline Hanson and her advisor could have extra…
  1. Second Kiwibank robbery in a week in Christchurch

    Stuff.co.nz - New Zealand Crime 01.25 / 00:58 www.stuff.co.nz
    A second Kiwibank branch has been robbed in Christchurch, the second within a …
  2. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided’s Second Expansion Due next Month

    Nzgamer.com - Games 01.25 / 00:23 nzgamer.com
    A Criminal Past will provider players with more insight into the Deus Ex universe, as they take on a mission from Jensen’s p…
  3. Cops slam man who rode a luge cart down the Kaimai Ranges

    Stuff.co.nz - New Zealand 01.25 / 00:07 www.stuff.co.nz
    Police have slammed the actions of a teenager who was filmed weaving a luge cart through traffic down the Kaimai R…
  4. Cops slam man who rode a luge cart down the Kaimai Range

    Stuff.co.nz - New Zealand Crime 01.24 / 23:57 www.stuff.co.nz
    Police have slammed the actions of a teenager who was filmed weaving a luge cart through traffic down the Kaimai R…
  5. US police discover US$20m in cash hidden under mattress

    Nzherald.co.nz - Crime NZ 01.24 / 23:57 www.nzherald.co.nz
    Here is someone who took hiding money under the mattress to the extreme after police in the United States found US$20 million ($28m) in cash at an apartment.The huge pile of banknotes were uncovered inside a wooden bed frame,…
  6. Billionaire Trump supporter Peter Thiel sending more of his mates our way

    Stuff.co.nz - New Zealand 01.24 / 23:47 www.stuff.co.nz
    Billionaire Trump supporter Peter Thiel is sending more of his wealthy mates New Zealand's way, an Auckland associate s…
  7. No-show in court: Police issue warrant to arrest Waikato yachtie Alan Langdon

    Nzherald.co.nz - Crime NZ 01.24 / 22:36 www.nzherald.co.nz
    Police have issued a warrant to arrest a Waikato yachtie who is accused of fleeing New Zealand with his 6-year-old daughter across the Tasman on his catamaran.Alan Langdon didn't turn up to his scheduled appearance in Te…
  8. Bashed cop attacked in Huntly due to get married in 10 days

    Nzherald.co.nz - Crime NZ 01.24 / 21:16 www.nzherald.co.nz
    One of two badly injured police officers attacked with a metal pipe after a car chase in Huntly overnight is to be married in 10 days.The officer suffered horrific facial injuries after he was smashed front-on with a metal…