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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    The Spice Girls have no plans for an Australian tour but Mel B has promised to make it happen
     17 June 2019
    During the Spice Girls' last show in London on Sunday night, Mel B told fans she would see them in Australia in February. The news soon spread on social media, but it turns out Scary Spice got a little carried away.
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    India downs Pakistan at the Cricket World Cup — but despite all the tension, it's a very familiar game
    17 Jun: When India and Pakistan play cricket, the build-up is everything. In the end though their World Cup match is just another game — and we can be thankful for that, writes Geoff Lemon.... more
    Hong Kong families join extradition bill protests, fearing for children's future
    17 Jun: Thousands of young families join the latest demonstration in Hong Kong, saying they are concerned by the violence against student protesters in recent days and what they fear could be Beijing's encroachment on their children's future freedom.... more
    Mount Everest rescue pilot risks her own life to save adventurers from Nepal's perilous peaks
    17 Jun: Priya once dreamed of being Miss Nepal. Now, she is the country's sole female rescue pilot, leading an all-male team to save lives on Mount Everest.... more
    Inside the 'secret underground lair' where scientists are searching the galaxies
    17 Jun: Scientists in Japan are hoping 11,000 huge 'lightbulbs' in a tank deep underground will help capture clues to the origins of life. Step inside Super Kamiokande.... more
    Christchurch survivors and families are rebuilding their lives three months after the massacre
    16 Jun: How do you put your life back together after surviving a mass shooting? For Ambreen, the first step is learning to drive.... more
    What can Radiohead's Pyramid Song tell us about our ancient connection to rhythm?
    16 Jun: Radiohead fans are obsessed with Pyramid Song. It's not the vocals or lyrics that hook them in, it's the rhythm. So what's so extraordinary about this song?... more
    Hong Kong protesters fear the reach of Beijing, so they're refusing to show their faces
    16 Jun: Many in Hong Kong fear the reach of Beijing's clutches despite their promised right to protest, and are hiding their faces so if the extradition bill passes, they will not be marked by police.... more
    Textile recycling may give a new life to clothes that can't be donated to charity
    15 Jun: You've bought well, then made do and mended, but that favourite old shirt, skirt or pair of shoes is now beyond repair and in no condition to be foisted upon the volunteers of your local second-hand shop. So what can we do with used clothes?... more
    Could China's rise to power really be 'peaceful' and different to anything we've ever seen before?
    15 Jun: Beijing has long maintained its rise to power will be "peaceful" despite its soaring economic and military growth being seen as a "threat".... more

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     04 Jun: Australia urged to commit to girls' education in the Solomons as report reveals high dropout rate +++++++++++++
     05 Jun: Tiananmen Square: How memories of the 1989 massacre are secretly passed on in China ++++++++++++
     02 Jun: Marijuana has been legal in Colorado for five years. Business is booming, but there's a dark side ++++++++++++
     23 May: Measles outbreak prompts finger-pointing in US, with New York Orthodox Jews rejecting blame +++++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      17 Jun: New zealand's biggest co-working business with a master franchise is up for sale (Stuff.co.nz)
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      17 Jun: Imf warns vanuatu over passport sales, infrastructure loans (RadioNZ)
      17 Jun: Sport: cook islands chasing rugby league world cup return (RadioNZ)
      17 Jun: District council helps as timaru serves up major masters squash events (Stuff.co.nz)
      17 Jun: Body blow for tall blacks: steven adams withdraws from world cup campaign (Stuff.co.nz)
      17 Jun: Sport: jamayne isaako latest player to swap kiwis for toa samoa (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

    Politics:
    Kim Dotcom's Supreme Court extradition hearing has come to an end 21:56

    Entertainment:
    Jennifer Aniston has a crush on Steve Carrell and thinks he "gets better with age" 21:35

    Health & Safety:
    The Ministry of Health is standing by it's targeted approach to meningococcal W vaccinations in Northland 21:16

    Entertainment:
    Madonna has ruled out running for President because of her OCD 21:05

    Entertainment:
    Lena Dunham has moved to Wales, UK to direct and ex ecutive produce new HBO show 'Industry' 20:35

    Entertainment:
    Mena Massoud thinks it will "take time" for people to "get used to" seeing people of colour in leading roles 20:05

    Entertainment:
    Mel B caught the tube to Wembley Stadium in rush hour on Friday evening (14.06.19) so she wouldn't be "late" for the second Spice Girls show 19:35

    Entertainment:
    Jennifer Lopez has admitted she doesn't "count" her first two marriages to Cris Judd and Ojani Noa 19:05

    Education:
    Two children have been injured, one seriously, after being hit by a car outside a New Plymouth school 18:56

    Rugby:
    The Black Ferns Sevens believe they are in a better position now than 12 months ago 18:36

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