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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Will Api Koroisau's shock State of Origin start be the spark New South Wales need to save the series?
    Brad Fittler
    Brad Fittler
     22 June 2022
    Damien Cook had started every Origin match Brad Fittler had ever coached - until now. Will Api Koroisau's shock elevation to the starting side be the spark the Blues need to save the series?
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    Thousands flock back to Stonehenge to welcome back 'euphoric' summer solstice
    22 Jun: Druids, pagans and New Age revellers gather in their thousands to watch the sunrise at Stonehenge during the summer solstice for the first time in two years.... more
    The Loop: Aussies warned of holiday travel disruptions, International Rugby League bans transgender women, and boy hears for first time
    21 Jun: Get up to speed on today's headlines with The Loop.... more
    'Get a grip': Ballon D'Or winner Megan Rapinoe criticises growing exclusion of trans people from sport
    21 Jun: Ballon D'Or winner Megan Rapinoe's comments come as FINA, world swimming's governing body, voted to further restrict trans women's participation in elite competitions.... more
    Elon Musk's teenager requests name change, says she no longer wants to be related to billionaire
    21 Jun: The 18-year-old says in court documents seeking to have her name and gender identity changed: "I no longer live with or wish to be related to my biological father in any way, shape or form."... more
    Here's what we're expecting from the next January 6 Capitol riot committee hearing
    21 Jun: Revelations from the Capitol riot investigations have been explosive so far. Here's what's on the agenda for tonight's hearing.... more
    Floods in Bangladesh force military to help millions marooned in towns and villages as Indian flood crisis eases
    21 Jun: Soldiers on small boats deliver relief material across flooded towns and villages after more than nine million people are marooned in Bangladesh and India following heavy rains, officials say.... more
    Colombia's new president was once part of a guerrilla group with a wild history. Now he promises social change
    21 Jun: Colombia's new President, Gustavo Petro, was once a member of M-19 — a wild rebel group that stole the Sword of Simon Bolivar and is rumoured to have worked with and against Pablo Escobar.... more
    A new COVID-19 variant of concern could be just around the corner, so does that mean I’m more likely to catch coronavirus again?
    21 Jun: With a potential new variant on the horizon, are we more likely to catch COVID-19 again? And when will this pandemic end?... more
    The Loop: True size of Australia's Omicron wave, State of Origin (for budgets), and world's biggest fish found
    21 Jun: Here's your quick catch-up for this morning's news.... more

     Most Popular Recent International News
     09 Jun: Mobile phones have changed the rules of war. Ukrainians are using that to their advantage +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     04 Jun: Home remedies to fight cold and flu symptoms may be comforting, but they're not a cure ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     11 Jun: Donald Trump, the Proud Boys and shocking video: The key moments from the first January 6 committee hearing ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     04 Jun: Ohio grants teachers permission to be armed in schools as US marks Gun Violence Awareness Day ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     14 Jun: You can dance if you want to: How the internet reacted to the Socceroos triumph and Andrew Redmayne's heroics +++++++++++++++++++++++
     04 Jun: 'It's something you get very addicted to': So what's behind a 'runner's high' and how do you get it? ++++++++++++++++++++++
     15 Jun: The Loop: Wages to rise for millions of Aussies, authorities try to secure electricity supplies, and RIP Internet Explorer +++++++++++++++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      3 Jul: Irish rugby centre bundee aki's brush with police and the teacher who made a difference (NZ Herald)
      2 Jul: Live international rugby: all blacks v ireland - first test (RadioNZ)
      2 Jul: Israel folau's test return short-lived as fiji blank tonga 36-0 (RadioNZ)
      1 Jul: International drug conspiracy: court of appeal - tevita kulu prison sentence of 18 years altered (NZ Herald)
      1 Jul: Burnt toast leads to evacuation of wellington airport terminal (RadioNZ)
      1 Jul: Burnt toast sparks evacuation at wellington airport (NZ Herald)
      1 Jul: Richarlison: everton forward set for tottenham hotspur move after clubs agree deal (BBCWorld)
      30 Jun: New zealand to back ukraine at international court of justice (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

    Law and Order:
    A homicide investigation is underway in Gisborne after a woman was found dead this morning 11:49

    Rugby:
    The All Blacks are already priming themselves for an Irish backlash in the second test in Dunedin 11:19

    Living & Travel:
    The Taranaki Airs have upset the second placed Nelson Giants 85-75 in the New Zealand NBL in Nelson 11:09

    Rugby League:
    The Warriors take on the Wests Tigers this afternoon in a highly anticipated return to Auckland's Mount Smart Stadium 10:49

    Tennis:
    Nick Kyrgios defeats Stefanos Tsitsipas in third round Wimbledon boilover 10:39

    Politics:
    The Prime Minister's wrapped up her trip to Europe... but she's not on her way home just yet 10:29

    Wellington:
    Three people have been injured, one seriously, after a crash in the Hutt Valley suburb of Wainuiomata, this morning 9:29

    Politics:
    The way people move through Auckland's main street is changing 8:19

    Cycling:
    Dutch cyclist Fabio Jakobsen has won the second stage of the Tour de France in a reduced sprint finish, after a late crash split the peloton in Denmark 8:09

    International:
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