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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Churches and mosques in Sydney delay reopening to avoid having to turn away the unvaccinated
     13 October 2021
    Places of worship have been allowed to reopen but many are choosing to wait until NSW reaches 80 per cent fully vaccinated, with religious leaders saying they are uncomfortable with having to tell people they are not welcome.
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    Kim Jong Un vows to build 'invincible' North Korea military while slamming US for 'creating tensions'
    12 Oct: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un uses an anniversary event to accuse the US of not taking action to prove it has no hostile intent toward his country, vowing to build his country's military capacity.... more
    Some people think Dave Chappelle's special should be pulled from Netflix. Netflix doesn't think so
    12 Oct: Critics say The Closer attacks the transgender community, but Netflix says the stand-up act is "an important part of our content offering".... more
    Fiji to open its borders next month and Australians already booking tropical holidays
    12 Oct: With Fiji welcoming tourists from a select number of countries, including Australia, the US and New Zealand from November 11, Sydney mother Lisa Thwaite wasted no time in booking an international family vacation, instead of risking interstate border closures with a domestic holiday.... more
    Israeli archaeologists unearth massive ancient winery dating back 1,500 years
    12 Oct: Israeli archaeologists say the wine-making complex, which is 1,500 years old, was capable of producing millions of litres of wine every year.... more
    Fired Sony Music executive Tony Glover speaks out over sexual harassment claims
    12 Oct: Tamara says she was sexually harassed and had friends sexually assaulted by senior male employees while working for Sony Music Australia. She says head office in New York turned a blind eye and "let this happen for decades".... more
    Paul McCartney says it was John Lennon who broke up The Beatles
    12 Oct: Paul McCartney says it was John Lennon, not him, who instigated The Beatles breaking up and that the band would have continued if Lennon had not left.... more
    World swim body FINA announces reform plans including a new integrity unit, better events and promotion of swimmers
    12 Oct: FINA, the governing body of international swimming, is under new management and keen to repair relationships with swimmers, including a new independent integrity unit, more prize money — and potentially changing its name.... more
    Commonwealth Games 'roadmap' opens way for co-hosting and a smaller, more flexible sports program to ensure cost-effective events
    12 Oct: The Commonwealth Games Federation releases a plan for renewing the struggling event, making Games more cost-effective and giving host cities greater flexibility to choose the sports on their program.... more
    Prince Charles urges Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and other leaders to attend COP26
    12 Oct: World leaders including Joe Biden, Boris Johnson, the Queen and the Pope will be at the UN Climate Change Conference, but Mr Morrison has not yet made a decision on whether he will attend.... more

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     30 Sep: A coffee shortage is coming, and it could last three years, importers warn +++++++++++++++
     12 Oct: Prince Charles urges Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and other leaders to attend COP26 ++++++++++++++
     04 Oct: Pandora Papers: The little-known Australian accountant exposed in one of the world's biggest leaks ++++++++++++++
     07 Oct: Gina Rinehart slammed by scientists after speech on climate change to exclusive Perth private school St Hilda's heavily edited +++++++++++++
     28 Sep: UK contaminated blood scandal: Schoolboy survivors say they were 'injected with death' ++++++++++++

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      27 Oct: Exporters confident in survival but concerned about international reputation - report (RadioNZ)
      26 Oct: Blue origin: jeff bezos unveils plans for 'space business park' (BBCWorld)
      26 Oct: Covid-19: helen clark takes aim at aukus, urges rich nations to act over 'disgraceful' vaccine inequity (
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      26 Oct: Afghanistan put their woes behind them at world cup (RadioNZ)
      26 Oct: Call for international action to help png fight covid (RadioNZ)
      25 Oct: International film festival moved from auckland to christchurch (RadioNZ)
      24 Oct: Stacey michelsen reflects on black sticks career (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

    Jesy Nelson has revealed that her new single 'Boyz' was the first solo song she wrote 10:50

    Police are monitoring protesters at checkpoints on Auckland's southern and northern border 10:44

    Queen Elizabeth II cancels plans to travel to Glasgow COP26 climate summit on doctors' advice to rest 10:34

    The All Blacks remain confident this weekend's test against Wales in Cardiff will proceed, despite a positive Covid case in the opposition camp 10:24

    Paul Walker’s daughter, Meadow Walker, has tied the knot with Louis Thornton-Allan 10:20

    South Africa wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock withdraws from Twenty20 World Cup match for refusing team directive to take the knee 10:14

    Gina Rinehart says polar bears numbers have increased. Is that correct? 10:14

    Health & Safety:
    The United States is another step closer to vaccinating five to 11-year-olds 10:14

    The prop gun which Alec Baldwin fired on the set of ‘Rust’ allegedly contained a “live round”, according to the Prop Masters Union 9:50

    Emma Raducanu has won her first tennis match since stunning the world with last month's US Open triumph 9:24

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