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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Australian-led farming project changes lives in tsunami-ravaged Indonesia
     17 November 2018
    When the world's deadliest tsunami ravaged Indonesia's northern coastline on Boxing Day in 2004, it claimed the lives of almost 170,000 people and left 62,000 farmers displaced. Now, an Australian project is helping restore fertility and profit to the lan
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    Hate, anger, division and a glimmer of hope — three years reporting in the US
    17 Nov: As her posting comes to an end, North America correspondent Stephanie March despairs at covering numerous mass shootings, a decline in civility and journalists being called the enemy of the people.... more
    From Brexit to Bremain: Polling suggests British public's appetite to leave the EU may have waned
    17 Nov: Recent polling suggests significant parts of the British public may have soured on the idea of breaking away from Europe.... more
    California fires: Paradise in ruins after Camp fire leaves 600 missing
    17 Nov: In the secluded town of Paradise, James Bennett finds carnage and destruction reminiscent of Victoria's Black Saturday fires — and a community with the same grit to start over.... more
    Is eating vegan really the best diet for the planet? I tried it for a month
    17 Nov: It's 6:30am and I've just brewed my first ever almond-milk coffee. Either I've done something wrong, or almond-milk coffee is the greatest lie ever sold.... more
    Last surviving Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide in landmark ruling
    17 Nov: The only surviving senior Khmer Rouge leaders are found guilty of genocide in a landmark judgement by Cambodia's long-running war crimes tribunal.... more
    Lost Disney cartoon found in Japan 70 years after man says he bought it for $6
    16 Nov: An anime historian says he had Neck 'n' Neck, a short animated cartoon directed by Walt Disney himself, for decades before realising it was one of seven lost films.... more
    Five-star hotels in China apologise after staff are caught cleaning toilets, cups with used towels
    16 Nov: Hidden camera footage emerges showing cleaners at more than a dozen five-star hotels in China using dirty towels to clean toilets, cups and showers, sparking outrage on Chinese social media.... more
    David Hockney's Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures) sells for record price at auction
    16 Nov: David Hockney's Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures) breaks the record for the most expensive work from a living artist sold at auction.... more
    Are China's cheap loans to poor nations a development boost or a debt trap?
    16 Nov: China is splashing out billions of dollars in concessional loans to developing countries, but what happens when these debt-laden nations can't pay Beijing back?... more

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