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    Indians walk away from family pets amid rumours dogs can spread coronavirus
     14 May 2020
    In the early weeks of India's coronavirus lockdown, unfounded rumours circulated on social media that pets spread the disease. Now the streets of New Delhi are over-run with hungry dogs and farm animals.
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    Commercial pilots could take advantage of the opening of aero clubs
    14 May: Commercial pilots could take advantage of the opening of aero clubs... more
    Magic mushroom hunters and a helicopter rescue have interrupted the peace at Aspiring Station
    14 May: Magic mushroom hunters and a helicopter rescue have interrupted the peace at Aspiring Station... more
    How has Vietnam, a developing nation in South-East Asia, done so well to combat coronavirus?
    14 May: While having a per capita income 22 times less than Australia's, Vietnam's low-budget approach to fighting COVID-19 has seen it successfully avoid catastrophe.... more
    Rice ATMs cater to Indonesia's poor as millions face unemployment due to coronavirus
    13 May: The global coronavirus pandemic has left millions of Indonesians struggling to make ends meet. Now authorities are rolling out 'rice ATMs' for those in need.... more
    Living off the land during lockdown: People eat cane toads, is it time I gave it a try?
    13 May: As coronavirus restrictions shut down travel, my attempts to catch, grow, or forage all my food for a month became a lot more localised, and cane toads became a potential menu item.... more
    Local help is required to catch a green-thumbed Lower Hutt thief
    13 May: Local help is required to catch a green-thumbed Lower Hutt thief... more
    A young Auckland butcher who died suddenly at the weekend has been described as the heart of his family
    12 May: A young Auckland butcher who died suddenly at the weekend has been described as the heart of his family... more
    Bunnings is planning to close seven stores, leaving 145 staff affected
    12 May: Bunnings is planning to close seven stores, leaving 145 staff affected... more
    Visits to the zoo, museum and art gallery ... aren't kicking off all at once ...
    12 May: Visits to the zoo, museum and art gallery ... aren't kicking off all at once ...... more

     Most Popular Recent Living & Travel News
     28 Apr: Most of our top secondary school athletes may have to wait until New Zealand reaches alert level one to start competing again +++++++++++++++
     27 Apr: Police are investigating a major break-in at a South Auckland car rental yard -- where almost 100 vehicles were stolen on Friday night +++++++++
     14 May: How has Vietnam, a developing nation in South-East Asia, done so well to combat coronavirus? ++++++++
     16 May: One Lotto ticket is now worth $1 million dollars - winning Division One in tonight's draw ++++++++
     05 May: A Dunedin Councillor's been caught with no trousers - and a feather duster - at a Council Zoom meeting +++++++
     29 Apr: Poland's government is leading a Catholic revival. It has minorities and liberals worried +++++++
     16 May: Auckland and Queenstown have been reconnected ++++++


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     Today's News

    Rugby:
    An unofficial Rugby World Cup is being proposed next year, with claims it could raise up to 500 million dollars for a financially beleaguered game 11:17

    Business:
    The Reserve Bank Governor says the financial system's in a solid position to weather the economic impact of COVID-19 11:07

    Entertainment:
    Kelly Clarkson is selling her $10 million Los Angeles mansion 11:02

    Business:
    Air New Zealand will reintroduce business-timed flights at regional airports from the 8th of June 10:47

    Entertainment:
    Katy Perry is "learning to be a mum fast" in lockdown 10:32

    Soccer:
    A shift in allegiance looks likely to pay big dividends for one of our top young footballers 10:27

    Entertainment:
    'Kirby Jenner' will premiere on Quibi on Sunday (24.05.20) 10:02

    Entertainment:
    Hailey Bieber has slammed speculation she has had plastic surgery 9:32

    Soccer:
    Manchester United football manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford have recovered from their injuries and will be available for the restart of the Premier League season 9:27

    Entertainment:
    Kelly Ripa has been secretly filming 'Live with Kelly and Ryan' during lockdown from the Caribbean 9:02

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