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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Shaun Murphy says amateurs should not be allowed in professional snooker tournaments
     25 November 2021
    After losing in the first-round of one of snooker's biggest tournaments to a 19-year-old amateur, former World Champion Shaun Murphy began criticising the governing body for allowing non-professionals to play big tournaments.
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    The Loop: Federal MP likens COVID-19 restrictions to Hitler, Pol Pot regimes; ARIAs on tonight; annual coral spawning event begins
    24 Nov: Here's your TL;DR for today's news.... more
    NASA's DART mission to deflect an asteroid is a little like Armageddon — but with key differences
    24 Nov: The Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) begins its 10-month journey to nudge a space rock out of its orbit. Here's what we know about the mission.... more
    Australian Jamie Pang caught up in drug bust, after alleged meth lab, illegal firearms discovered in his PNG hotel
    24 Nov: Police in PNG say outdated laws have left them unable to lay drug charges against the Australian manager of a Port Moresby hotel where an alleged clandestine meth lab and illegal firearms were discovered.... more
    The Reserve Bank of New Zealand hikes interest rates again but the RBA may not follow for some time
    24 Nov: The Reserve Bank of New Zealand raises its official cash rate for the second meeting in a row as it moves to counter surging inflation, but Australia is not in the same boat yet.... more
    White nationalists ordered to pay millions in damages to victims of Charlottesville protest violence
    24 Nov: Nine victims of violence during the deadly Unite the Right demonstrations in the US in 2017 have invoked a 150-year-old law designed to protect freed slaves to claim over $US25 million in damages.... more
    Manchester United brush off sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to qualify for Champions League last 16
    24 Nov: After a tumultuous week that included the sacking of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United bounce back to beat Villarreal and qualify for the Champions League knockout stages.... more
    DB Cooper jumped from a plane and into the history books 50 years ago. Will the mystery ever be solved?
    24 Nov: For 50 years, DB Cooper has occupied a special place in American mythology: The well-dressed stranger who committed the perfect crime, fell from the sky and maybe, just maybe, got away with it.... more
    Black Friday sales are here, but experts say we don't have to spend big this Christmas
    24 Nov: For many of us, the idea of spoiling those we care about in the wake of long lockdowns (and a very long year indeed) feels like the perfect solution to a rather torturous year.... more
    Brian Laundrie died from self-inflicted gunshot wound, lawyer says, as Gabby Petito homicide probe continues
    24 Nov: Brian Laundrie, the sole suspect in the strangulation of his girlfriend Gabby Petito during their US road trip, took his own life, according to a lawyer for his family .... more

     Most Popular Recent International News
     05 Nov: As Scott Morrison faces COP26, here's how Australia can solve its climate change mess ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     16 Nov: Republicans join Democrats as Joe Biden signs $US1 trillion infrastructure bill into law +++++++++++++++++
     12 Nov: COVID vaccine mandate leaves WA schools facing teacher shortage, compounding border pressure +++++++++++++++++
     16 Nov: Infowars host Alex Jones liable for damages in Sandy Hook shooting 'hoax' defamation case +++++++++++++
     06 Nov: Beijing Winter Olympics 2022: How politics, COVID-19 and the birth of an industry will shape China's Games ++++++++++++
     09 Nov: Freezing water and a shark encounter helped Ross Frylinck to forge a powerful relationship with nature ++++++++++
     19 Nov: Pandemic workers kill pet dog in China, sparking online outrage and calls for animal protection laws ++++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      4 Dec: Remains found in poland could be kiwi world war ii soldiers from long range desert group (NZ Herald)
      3 Dec: Black caps skipper kane williamson out of second test v india through injury (Stuff.co.nz)
      3 Dec: Women's basketball competition heads into unchartered territory (RadioNZ)
      3 Dec: Covid 19: miq rules could be changed to allow 501 deportees to stay longer (NZ Herald)
      3 Dec: Tennis: men's tennis faces player revolt over failure to suspend tournaments in china amid peng shuai case (NZ Herald)
      3 Dec: Afghanistan: hamid karzai says the taliban are his brothers (BBCWorld)
      2 Dec: Scotland rugby in mourning as international siobhan cattigan dies at 26 (Stuff.co.nz)
      2 Dec: The insta business scheme raising red flags (RadioNZ)
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