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    China's most belligerent journalists used to be the ones doling out insults online. Now they're the targets
     19 June 2021
    China's most belligerent tabloid, the Global Times, is notorious for its fiery editorials. But now its own writers are at the centre of an internet firestorm over their loyalty and patriotism.
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    Telstra, AGL, ANZ, Macquarie Group among employers making some workers pay for superannuation rise
    16 Jun: Several large publicly listed companies, including Telstra, ANZ and AGL, are asking some of their staff to use money out of their own pockets in order to fund the upcoming 0.5 per cent increase in superannuation payments.... more
    Tens of thousands of Victorian residents remain without power or telecommunications as heavy rainfall and flooding continue to impact large parts of their state
    12 Jun: Tens of thousands of Victorian residents remain without power or telecommunications as heavy rainfall and flooding continue to impact large parts of their state... more
    What is E3? And when can you watch this year?
    11 Jun: The world's biggest video game expo is back after a pandemic-enforced break. Here's how to stay across all the big announcements next week.... more
    A global website outage that took down Amazon and Reddit has been linked to Fastly. So who are they?
    9 Jun: Some of the biggest sites on the internet went down on Tuesday evening thanks to a failure from a company named Fastly. So how did this happen and why?... more
    It was once the world's most popular web browser -- but time's almost up for Internet Explorer
    20 May: It was once the world's most popular web browser -- but time's almost up for Internet Explorer... more
    Courier company Aramex is asking Northlanders to ignore an email scam sent out today
    19 May: Courier company Aramex is asking Northlanders to ignore an email scam sent out today... more
    Aeronautical company SpaceX has launched its Falcon 9 recyclable rocket into space from Cape Canaveral in Florida, with a new batch of 52 satellites for its Starlink internet network
    16 May: Aeronautical company SpaceX has launched its Falcon 9 recyclable rocket into space from Cape Canaveral in Florida, with a new batch of 52 satellites for its Starlink internet network... more
    A Kiwi space company will be going green as it sends a two satellites into space today
    15 May: A Kiwi space company will be going green as it sends a two satellites into space today ... more
    New Zealand 15-year-olds are among some of the world's biggest internet users
    10 May: New Zealand 15-year-olds are among some of the world's biggest internet users... more

     Most Popular Recent Technology News
     09 Jun: A global website outage that took down Amazon and Reddit has been linked to Fastly. So who are they? ++++++++++++++
     11 Jun: What is E3? And when can you watch this year? +++++++++++
     12 Jun: Tens of thousands of Victorian residents remain without power or telecommunications as heavy rainfall and flooding continue to impact large parts of their state +++++++++
     16 Jun: Telstra, AGL, ANZ, Macquarie Group among employers making some workers pay for superannuation rise ++++++
     19 Jun: China's most belligerent journalists used to be the ones doling out insults online. Now they're the targets ++++

     Technology NewsLinks
      22 Jun: Nvidia beefs up dlss with more games and linux support (PC World)
      21 Jun: Id scanning systems could become the new norm in wellington nightclubs (NZ Herald)
      20 Jun: Tornadoes hit too fast to predict within new zealand - meteorologist (Stuff.co.nz)
      20 Jun: Tornadoes hit too fast to predict - meteorologist (NZ Herald)
      20 Jun: Tornadoes hit too fast to predict - meteorologist (RadioNZ)
      19 Jun: Sanford backs lengthy lead-in for cameras on fishing boats (RadioNZ)
      18 Jun: Ico watchdog 'deeply concerned' over live facial recognition (BBCWorld)
      18 Jun: Tiktok owner bytedance sees its earnings double in 2020 (BBCWorld)
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     Today's News

    Entertainment:
    Nicolas Cage’s mother has died aged 85 11:29

    Law and Order:
    A man charged over a Dunedin supermarket attack has pleaded not guilty to four counts of attempted murder 11:26

    International:
    Las Vegas Raiders player Carl Nassib comes out as gay, becoming first active NFL player to do so 11:16

    Rugby:
    Crusaders coach Scott Robertson is hailing the return of his vice captain the All Blacks 11:06

    Entertainment:
    Chrissy Teigen has stepped down from her newly launched Safely brand amid her bullying allegations 10:59

    Business:
    A survey shows Kiwis aren't confident about changing jobs ... despite record available positions 10:46

    Entertainment:
    Uma Thurman is dating Bloomberg Media Group CEO Justin B. Smith 10:29

    Cricket:
    Keshav Maharaj has taken a hat trick in his five for 36 to lead South Africa to a 158-run win over West Indies in the second cricket test and a 2-nil series sweep 10:26

    Environment:
    New Zealand is racing to be ready for the Magnitude 8 earthquake due along its Alpine Fault 10:06

    International:
    Iran's President-elect backs nuclear deal negotiations but says they 'should not be dragged out' 10:06

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