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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    'Penis fish' wash up on Californian beach by the thousands after storm disturbs sand burrow
     14 December 2019
    Beachgoers in Northern California are stunned by the sight of what looks like thousands of disembodied penises washing up on the shoreline.
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    Forty years on, London Calling remains a testament to Britain's winter of discontent
    14 Dec: Even before The Clash began recording they'd courted disaster when their roadie left the demo tapes for the album on a train station, writes Mark Bannerman.... more
    Promising Young Woman trailer met with praise for its challenging of 'nice guys'
    13 Dec: A new film from Australian Margot Robbie's production company is turning heads around the globe, and promising to subvert the narrative of "nice guys" revenge thriller style.... more
    Scotland's UK election results deliver another independence mandate, says First Minister
    13 Dec: Scotland's First Minister says the United Kingdom's early election results show that her country should be given another choice on whether to remain with or leave the union.... more
    UK election 2019 results hand Boris Johnson's Conservatives majority over Jeremy Corbyn's Labour
    13 Dec: Boris Johnson's Conservative Party officially wins the UK election, securing the required number of seats to govern with a majority.... more
    UK election 2019: Labour MPs turn on Jeremy Corbyn as projections point to Conservative landslide
    13 Dec: MPs facing defeat in former Labour strongholds publicly blame Jeremy Corbyn for the looming Conservative landslide, with calls for the party's divisive leader to fall on his sword and resign.... more
    New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern 'reserves judgement' on White Island volcano tourism
    13 Dec: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has urged people to reserve judgement on volcano tourism until the deadly eruption is investigated.... more
    UK election: Here are all the weird traditions, exit polls and voting blocs that will determine the winner
    13 Dec: Voters in the United Kingdom go to the polls today in what's been called the most significant election in a generation. The ABC's chief election analyst Antony Green looks at how the count will unfold.... more
    Putting Einstein first: It's time to stop lying to our children about physics
    13 Dec: Einsteinian physics gives us our best understanding of the natural world, so why are we still hung up on Newton?... more
    New Zealand military begins mission to bring tourists' bodies back from volcanic White Island
    13 Dec: New Zealand's military begins a high-risk operation to recover the bodies of eight people killed in the volcanic eruption on White Island, despite warnings that the island remains highly volatile.... more

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     05 Dec: Roger Federer's broken the internet in Switzerland +++++++++++++
     28 Nov: For some climate systems, the window to act may have already closed, scientists say, urging immediate action ++++++++++++
     16 Nov: Interstellar comet 2I/Borisov is visiting from deep space — but it's also strangely familiar +++++++++++
     19 Nov: Hong Kong mask ban ruled 'unconstitutional' as siege of Polytechnic University continues +++++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      14 Dec: New zealand to provide $1m for unicef, who samoa measles fund (NZ Herald)
      14 Dec: New zealand to provide $1m for unicef, who samoa measles fund (RadioNZ)
      13 Dec: Tonga and health agencies to investigate faulty measles vaccines (RadioNZ)
      13 Dec: Hong kong riots hit international rugby (
      13 Dec: Presidents cup: internationals take 4-1 lead over tiger woods' united states (BBCWorld)
      12 Dec: International mail centre evacuated due to 'suspicious package' (NZ Herald)
      12 Dec: Emergency landing at auckland airport (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

    Health & Safety:
    The State of Emergency in Samoa because of the measles epidemic has been extended until December 29 21:57

    Daisy Ridley says people around her have “changed” since she found fame 21:40

    A person's died in a crash on State Highway Six near Athol 21:37

    There's been a 4.9 magnitude earthquake in the central North Island 21:17

    Stacey Solomon felt “so guilty” after struggling to breastfeed her son 21:10

    Sarah Ferguson wants to “celebrate” Meghan, Duchess of Sussex 20:40

    Fifteen Cornwall is the latest Jamie Oliver restaurant to close its doors 20:10

    Naomi Ackie cried when Jamie Foxx nodded at her 19:40

    Sir Patrick Stewart "didn't want" to return to 'Star Trek' 19:10

    Law and Order:
    Civil Defence has today opened two family centres in Auckland, for those affected by the Whakaari White Island eruption 18:57

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