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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Five-year-old's lemonade stall on London street attracts $246 fine
     22 July 2017
    Andre Spicer wanted to use London's long summer days to encourage his five-year-old daughter's entrepreneurial side with a lemonade stall, but the long arm of the law intervened.
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    Justine Damond: Minneapolis Police Chief resigns after officer's fatal shooting of Australian woman
    22 Jul: Embattled Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau resigns after coming under fire for not returning from a holiday when an officer shot an unarmed Australian woman.... more
    Birth control: Natural methods of contraception on the rise in Australia
    22 Jul: Despite all the messaging around safe sex and unwanted pregnancies, a recent study suggests the use of so-called natural birth control methods are making a comeback.... more
    Homophobia in Jamaican music: One love, one hate, one hope
    22 Jul: The music of One Love became notorious for homophobic hate, but a new generation of Jamaican reggae artists is turning the tide.... more
    Alexandre Cazes: Who was the AlphaBay founder and how did authorities catch him?
    22 Jul: Alexandre Cazes had "no history, no judicial record" — he'd never even smoked a cigarette. But the IT whiz kid founded one of the biggest networks of illegal drugs and weapons on the dark web.... more
    Justine Damond: Minneapolis police chief Janee Harteau in eye of storm over Australian's shooting
    21 Jul: A lack of answers from the Minneapolis police department and the absence of its chief, Janee Harteau, sees tensions rise in the wake of Justine Damond's shooting death.... more
    Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington: don't be a music snob while we're in mourning
    21 Jul: Forget those stuck in their own musical elitism: Chester Bennington's work touched thousands of people like me and that's what really matters.... more
    Donald Trump interview: Here's what the President told the New York Times in the Oval Office
    21 Jul: Donald Trump's long and candid interview with the New York Times included discussion on how he gets on well with the French President — but isn't happy with his own Attorney-General.... more
    Donald Trump's plans to repeal and replace Obamacare went up in smoke this week
    21 Jul: US President Donald Trump posed for photos in a fire truck this week, holding his hands on the wheel and proclaiming "where is the fire?" Meanwhile, the Republican Party's plans to repeal and replace Obamacare were going up in smoke.... more
    'Justine Damond did not have to die': Minneapolis Police Chief pledges justice will be served
    21 Jul: The death of Justine Damond violated department training and procedures and "should not have happened", the Minneapolis Police Chief says, distancing herself from a junior officer's actions in shooting the unarmed Australian woman.... more

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