US protests latest: Donald Trump criticised for St John's Church photo op, New York City extends curfew to try to stop looting
Police use tear gas to clear a path for President Donald Trump to walk to a historic church near the White House, prompting outcry from religious leaders and police as protests against police brutality continue across the US for a seventh night. full story
George Floyd protests live updates: Black Lives Matter protest held in Sydney CBD; protesters defy New York curfew
Hundreds of people march through Sydney's CBD calling for better treatment of Indigenous Australians as demonstrations continue in the US over the death of George Floyd. Follow live. full story
Rugby Australia interim CEO Rob Clarke has opened the door to New Zealand possibly hosting a condensed Rugby Championship later this year
Rugby Australia interim CEO Rob Clarke has opened the door to New Zealand possibly hosting a condensed Rugby Championship later this year full story
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"Did you know: Miss Piggy's measurements are 27-20-32"
1917 - New Zealand steamer captured by the Wolf
The steamer Wairuna, en route from Auckland to San Francisco, was captured by the German raider Wolf and later sunk near the Kermadec Islands. The crew of 42 was taken prisoner. more...
1970 - Motor racing driver Bruce McLaren dies
In 1958 Bruce McLaren was the first recipient of the Driver to Europe award, which enabled promising Kiwis to race against the world’s best. more...
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