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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Disability royal commission hears Winmartie's experience with the criminal justice system
     25 February 2021
    Advocates for a First Nations man detained for 14 years in a "hopeless and desperate situation" say they will renew his case for justice with the United Nations to move him to accommodation where he can live his life with "dignity".
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    Tiger Woods suffered 'significant' injuries to leg in LA car rollover, Twitter statement confirms
    24 Feb: Golfer Tiger Woods is recovering in hospital after a "long surgical procedure" on his right leg, injured when his car rolled over in California, a statement released on his Twitter account says.... more
    Donald Trump lost a big fight to keep his tax records hidden. What other legal battles will the former president face?
    24 Feb: Donald Trump has been fighting to keep his tax returns under wraps, but now a New York prosecutor has won access to the files. From defamation to the Capitol riot, these are the potential legal problems facing the ex-president.... more
    Champions League live scores: Atalanta vs Real Madrid; Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Manchester City
    24 Feb: Follow live scores and stats from today's Champions League fixtures as football's big guns vie for European club football's ultimate prize.... more
    Buckingham Palace says Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, to stay in hospital with infection
    24 Feb: Buckingham Palace releases a short statement saying the 99-year-old Duke of Edinburgh is "comfortable and responding to treatment" for an undisclosed infection.... more
    COVID-19 pandemic control centre's critical functions 'at risk of collapsing' in PNG, leaked government report reveals
    24 Feb: There are holes in Papua New Guinea's COVID-19 quarantine systems, and "critical functions" at its pandemic control centre are "at risk of collapsing" because some staff haven't been paid, leaked documents reveal.... more
    Mars touchdown by Perseverance rover shown in thrilling video released by NASA
    24 Feb: In the ultimate selfie, NASA's Perseverance rover has recorded what it's like to land on another planet for the first time.... more
    Queen to make rare TV appearance hours before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Oprah interview
    23 Feb: Buckingham Palace has revealed the Queen will address the United Kingdom in a televised statement hours before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex sit down for a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey.... more
    Nina Baginskaya: The great-grandmother inspiring the revolution to topple 'Europe's last dictator'
    23 Feb: Viral videos of 74-year-old Nina Baginskaya confronting burly young police officers have become some of the most famous images of the uprising in Belarus.... more
    Israel's coronavirus vaccine scheme is the fastest in the world. Now it's being put to the test
    23 Feb: Australia's vaccine scheme is only just getting started. But in Israel, where half its population has received at least one dose, the vaccinated are getting their old lives back, with gyms, pools and sporting grounds opening just for them.... more

     Most Popular Recent International News
     07 Feb: Thousands of Indian farmers blockade Delhi highways in protest after internet being cut off and journalists charged +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     13 Feb: In world news headlines - ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     06 Feb: Myanmar's military has cut off the internet and Facebook. It's a tactic straight from the authoritarian playbook ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     07 Feb: Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of Myanmar's cities to denounce this week's coup and demand the release of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi despite a blockade on the internet by the junta +++++++++++++++++++++++
     31 Jan: How shooting whales with air rifles is helping scientists study Antarctica's changing environment +++++++++++++++++
     09 Feb: Donald Trump's impeachment trial looks to be heading for an acquittal, but the 14th amendment could give Democrats a Plan B +++++++++++++++
     11 Feb: World Health Organization scientists recommend Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine for all age groups ++++++++++++

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     Today's News

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    Sheffield United and Liverpool are locked at nil-all approaching halftime in their English Premier League football clash 9:07

    Lydia Ko has rattled off four birdies in a row to make a late charge at her season opening LPGA golf tournmaent in Orlando 8:26

    Health & Safety:
    Four-hundred frontline staff at Nelson's port -- and the thousand or so they live with -- are rolling up their sleeves for the first of two Pfizer jabs from today 8:06

    After coronavirus chaos, Manaus was thought to be the first city to reach herd immunity. Then a second wave hit 7:57

    Health & Safety:
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    Accident and Emergency:
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    ASB says it's looking to support savers wanting to get ahead 7:26

    England have decided not to make an official complaint to World Rugby over the performance of Pascal Gauzere in the 40-24 defeat by Wales 7:16

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