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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    There's agreement that Auckland's Queen Street needs to change ... it's just different parties have strikingly different views on the matter
     7 May 2021
    There's agreement that Auckland's Queen Street needs to change ... it's just different parties have strikingly different views on the matter
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    A warning drug traffickers are crafty - and will change their methods at the drop of a hat
    7 May: A warning drug traffickers are crafty - and will change their methods at the drop of a hat... more
    Weightlifting New Zealand are certain Laurel Hubbard meets the International Olympic Committee's criteria for selection
    6 May: Weightlifting New Zealand are certain Laurel Hubbard meets the International Olympic Committee's criteria for selection... more
    And in Major League Baseball..
    6 May: And in Major League Baseball..... more
    The world's oldest person, a 118-year-old Japanese woman, has decided not to take part in the torch relay for the Tokyo Olympics over Covid fears
    5 May: The world's oldest person, a 118-year-old Japanese woman, has decided not to take part in the torch relay for the Tokyo Olympics over Covid fears... more
    Manchester United claim they will ban any fans found to have been involved in criminal or violent behaviour during protests which forced the postponement of their Premier League football match against Liverpool
    4 May: Manchester United claim they will ban any fans found to have been involved in criminal or violent behaviour during protests which forced the postponement of their Premier League football match against Liverpool... more
    Former NewsTalkZB Broadcaster Bill Leathwick (lethwick) has died
    3 May: Former NewsTalkZB Broadcaster Bill Leathwick (lethwick) has died... more
    A gunmen has killed two people and seriously injured a third at a Casino in the US state of Wisconsin
    2 May: A gunmen has killed two people and seriously injured a third at a Casino in the US state of Wisconsin... more
    Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan says the state will avoid another Covid-19 lockdown
    2 May: Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan says the state will avoid another Covid-19 lockdown... more
    Joseph Parker's new trainer is adamant this morning's heavyweight boxing bout against Derek Chisora in Manchester is a must win for the Kiwi
    2 May: Joseph Parker's new trainer is adamant this morning's heavyweight boxing bout against Derek Chisora in Manchester is a must win for the Kiwi... more

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     International NewsLinks
      7 May: Auckland unlimited unfazed by south island focus of new tourism spending, new cycle trail funding announced (NZ Herald)
      7 May: Dire warning that going ahead with olympics will lead to deaths (RadioNZ)
      7 May: Warning going ahead with olympics will lead to deaths (RadioNZ)
      7 May: Arts listings for the wellington region from may 7-9 (Stuff.co.nz)
      6 May: Cocaine importing trial: cash in hotel room no evidence of drug ring – lawyer (Stuff.co.nz)
      6 May: Wales great alun wyn jones to be named british and irish lions captain (Stuff.co.nz)
      6 May: Red meat exports hit a record $9.2 billion last year despite covid disruption (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Business:
    Hopes a free trade agreement between New Zealand and the UK could give our dairy industry a boost 12:26

    Hockey:
    A coup for the country's national hockey representatives with the announcement of a four-test men's and women's trans-Tasman tournament in Palmerston North, starting May 27 12:06

    Entertainment:
    Britney Spears will not ask for her conservatorship to end when she speaks in court next month 11:57

    Law and Order:
    Closure for a rural Waikato town after two men receive life sentences for the 1987 Red Fox cold case 11:56

    Law and Order:
    Police investigating three serious assaults in Christchurch say more arrests are likely after today's raid on the King Cobras gang pad 11:46

    Entertainment:
    Caitlyn Jenner has "always been a dreamer" 11:27

    Entertainment:
    Prince William joked he's the "best armchair manager" as he met players from his favourite football team on Tuesday (04.05.21) 10:57

    Business:
    The chief of Southland's Tiwai Point aluminium smelter is moving on 10:46

    Law and Order:
    Two men have been sentenced to life in jail for the 1987 Red Fox Tavern murder of Christopher Bush 10:36

    Entertainment:
    Lil Nas X worries people want to date him as a "stepping stone" to fame 10:27

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