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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's National articles  National
    Give Chaucer a chance! Why ‘dead white men’ can still be relevant in NZ’s classrooms
     18 June 2024
    If Chaucer makes a comeback in the proposed English curriculum rewrite, we shouldn’t dismiss what his work tells us about human nature – and contemporary New Zealand.
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    Police investigations have begun into a fatal police pursuit in Auckland's Papatoetoe overnight
    18 Jun: Police investigations have begun into a fatal police pursuit in Auckland's Papatoetoe overnight... more
    Wairoa Police say there's no ongoing risk to the public, after an Armed Offenders Squad call-out in the Hawke's Bay town
    18 Jun: Wairoa Police say there's no ongoing risk to the public, after an Armed Offenders Squad call-out in the Hawke's Bay town... more
    NZ needs a 300% increase in qualified midwives – and those working need more support and recognition
    18 Jun: With a 40% staffing shortfall, midwifery needs better funding. But as new research shows, midwives also need recognition and support for the important work they do in the New Zealand health sector.... more
    A large bird is believed to have caused an engine fire, that forced a flight from Queenstown to Melbourne to make an emergency landing in Invercargill last night
    18 Jun: A large bird is believed to have caused an engine fire, that forced a flight from Queenstown to Melbourne to make an emergency landing in Invercargill last night... more
    Romantic breakups can spark severe trauma in young people – new study
    18 Jun: Romantic breakups among emerging adults are often trivialised as a rite of passage. Instead they can lead to acute trauma.... more
    There's been a fatal crash after a Police chase in South Auckland
    18 Jun: There's been a fatal crash after a Police chase in South Auckland... more
    State Highway 2 at Whakaki, just north of the Hawke's Bay's town of Wairoa has now closed - as the road's expected to be blocked for some time
    18 Jun: State Highway 2 at Whakaki, just north of the Hawke's Bay's town of Wairoa has now closed - as the road's expected to be blocked for some time... more
    ‘Nuclear energy won’t stop cows from burping’: Peter Dutton needs a plan that goes beyond the electricity sector
    18 Jun: If Australia is to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050, the Coalition needs to stump up with a plan to decarbonise the entire economy.... more
    Wellington Phoenix footballer Grace Wisnewski is heading to the United States
    18 Jun: Wellington Phoenix footballer Grace Wisnewski is heading to the United States... more

     Most Popular Recent National News
     25 May: Police were called to Stratford High School in Taranaki after a crash between two vehicles in a carpark, sparked a fight near a rugby game +++++++++++++++++
     07 Jun: A new report out of Otago University has shone light on the lack of access to appropriate specialist healthcare ++++++++++++++
     25 May: The MP for Dunedin says a fatal stabbing at the bus hub this week is both shocking and surprising ++++++++++++++
     24 May: Shock in Dunedin, over a fatal after-school altercation at the city's bus hub ++++++++++++++
     20 May: McDonalds is having another crack at setting up a restaurant on Kepa Road in the wealthy Auckland suburb of Orakei +++++++++++++
     02 Jun: An Otago University researcher is reminding parents to branch out as baby food pouches take over the market +++++++++++++
     25 May: Dunedin Police will engage with those who deal with vulnerable youth; after a 16 year old died from a single stab wound ++++++++++++

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      17 Jun: Electioncast: a national health (service) check (BBCWorld)
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     Today's News

    Business:
    Rental property demand's plummeting - in large part due to the cost of living 13:27

    Entertainment:
    Imelda Staunton is "really thrilled" to have been made a Dame 13:16

    Cricket:
    A lightning fast start for the West Indies in the last group match of cricket's T20 World Cup in St Lucia 13:07

    National:
    Give Chaucer a chance! Why ‘dead white men’ can still be relevant in NZ’s classrooms 13:07

    Rugby:
    New Zealand rugby in mourning after Maori All Black Connor Garden-Bachop dies following 'medical event' 13:07

    Law and Order:
    Police investigations have begun into a fatal police pursuit in Auckland's Papatoetoe overnight 13:07

    Law and Order:
    Pet pig called Pickles goes viral after leading California police on frantic chase captured on body cam 12:47

    Entertainment:
    Princess Diana was "very nervous" for her photoshoot in front of the Giza pyramids 12:46

    Entertainment:
    Ukraine's 'Peaky Blinders' went from a ragtag team of volunteers to an elite unit of soldiers keeping Vladimir Putin's forces at bay 12:37

    Law and Order:
    Wairoa Police say there's no ongoing risk to the public, after an Armed Offenders Squad call-out in the Hawke's Bay town 12:27

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