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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    New Zealand rugby in mourning after Maori All Black Connor Garden-Bachop dies following 'medical event'
     18 June 2024
    The New Zealand rugby union community comes together to pay respect to Maori All Blacks representative Connor Garden-Bachop, who died on Monday aged 25.
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    Pet pig called Pickles goes viral after leading California police on frantic chase captured on body cam
    18 Jun: A pet piglet has surprised police in Northern California with its speed and strength during a frantic chase through town.... more
    Ukraine's 'Peaky Blinders' went from a ragtag team of volunteers to an elite unit of soldiers keeping Vladimir Putin's forces at bay
    18 Jun: Commander Anton is part of an elite squad of Ukrainian soldiers who call themselves the "Peaky Blinders" after the violent British television drama. Here's how they managed to stop Russia's advance after its surprise offensive in May.... more
    Ian McKellen rushed to hospital after falling off theatre stage in London
    18 Jun: The 85-year-old was performing in a production of Player Kings when about two hours into the show he fell off the stage.... more
    Euro 2024 five quick hits: Kylian Mbappé suffers facial injury as two upsets shake up tournament
    18 Jun: Kylian Mbappé goes down with an injury, while one of the great upsets in Euro history sees 48th-ranked Slovakia down a world giant. Here are the five quick hits from Euro 2024 overnight.... more
    Number of Victorians awaiting building insurance payout has ballooned since January
    18 Jun: More than 700 Victorians have waited more than a year for their claim to be resolved by the state-run insurer, prompting calls for the ombudsman to investigate.... more
    Birmingham, Britain's second-largest city, is being forced to dim lights and cut sanitation services due to bankruptcy
    17 Jun: Birmingham was once a powerhouse industrial city but now the UK's second city is a shell of its former self as rubbish lines the streets, the lights stay out and children grow up below the poverty line.... more
    Fresh attacks against Rohingya in Myanmar, UN decries beheadings, violence
    17 Jun: Rohingya activists fear civilians could be targeted and thousands forced to leave their homes after a rebel group announced plans to attack Maungdaw, a town in Myanmar's west populated mostly by the Muslim minority group.... more
    Tony Awards: Best looks and winners of 2024
    17 Jun: The 77th annual Tony Awards have kicked off in New York City.... more
    More than a dozen pilgrims killed on hajj, several more missing amid extreme heat in Saudi Arabia
    17 Jun: Citizens from Jordan and Iran died performing this year's hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia under gruelling conditions, with more than 2,700 suffering from heat stress on one day alone.... more

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    Entertainment:
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    Cricket:
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    National:
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    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:
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    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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