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    What is a coronavirus and why is a new virus strain making people in China so sick?
     21 January 2020
    Here is what we know about the novel coronavirus, or 2019-nCoV, that has infected hundreds of people in China, and how worried you should be.
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    Google wants to kill third-party cookies. Here's why that could be messy
    21 Jan: When you go online, Google probably knows. And that's why its plan to get rid of third-party cookies is creating waves, especially for advertisers.... more
    Ukraine's illegal amber mining boom is scarring the earth and making criminal gangs rich
    21 Jan: An illegal mining boom born out of Ukraine's chaotic revolution is making criminal gangs rich while impoverishing the state and wrecking the environment.... more
    How will Donald Trump's impeachment trial work?
    21 Jan: Key moments, key players, key dates. We've gathered everything you'll need to know as US President Donald Trump's impeachment trial unfolds over the next few weeks.... more
    'I'm sorry': Acclaimed folk singer David Olney, 71, stops performance mid-song and dies on stage
    21 Jan: Fellow performers describe how 71-year-old singer-songwriter David Olney paused mid-song during a performance at a music festival in the US, said "I'm sorry", and died of an apparent heart attack.... more
    Federal ICAC would investigate sports grants affair, former NSW auditor-general says
    21 Jan: The man who worked as the auditor-general of NSW for seven years says if the sports grant case had come across his desk, he would have had to refer it to the NSW ICAC for investigation — and such a corruption watchdog should exist at the federal level.... more
    Pig forced to bungee jump in Chinese theme park stunt
    20 Jan: A Chinese theme park which "let the pig make the first jump" on its new bungee-jumping platform suffers a major backlash after video of the stunt is posted online.... more
    The San Francisco 49ers have booked a spot in the Super Bowl, continuing their resurgence in the NFL
    20 Jan: The San Francisco 49ers have booked a spot in the Super Bowl, continuing their resurgence in the NFL... more
    Give yourself an online privacy check-up and start 2020 securely
    20 Jan: 2020 is off to a chaotic start, but locking down your online privacy is still vital.... more
    China's Mekong River dams are generating renewable energy, but are costing locals their livelihoods
    20 Jan: The Mekong River is increasingly being used to generate hydro-electricity but residents downstream say the dams are causing water levels to rise and fall dramatically, leading to the changing of an ecosystem that sustains millions of people.... more

     Most Popular Recent International News
     25 Dec: Chuck Peddle, the engineer and entrepreneur who helped launch the age of the personal computer has died in California ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     29 Dec: The killer without a face +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     29 Dec: A range of new gadgets is set to be released in the new year ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     04 Jan: Meet Australian jockey Zac Purton and the Aussies racing to riches in Hong Kong ++++++++++++
     09 Jan: Kiwi teen Ethan Price has quite the story to tell when he heads back to school this month +++++++++
     09 Jan: Why did Iran attack US troops in Iraq? Could this start World War 3? Are Australians involved? ++++++++
     10 Jan: Who are Iran's allies in a potential conflict with the United States? ++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      23 Jan: League - sonny bill williams says it's 'ridiculous' to think about playing for kiwis or samoa yet (
      23 Jan: Plant-based diet: the case to help slash emissions and save billions (NZ Herald)
      23 Jan: Counting on science to stop 'insectageddon' in new zealand (NZ Herald)
      22 Jan: Sevens in wonderland as captains gather for hsbc nz sevens (
      22 Jan: Quality offering from pencarrow stud (
      22 Jan: Agencies helping displaced groups in bougainville (RadioNZ)
      22 Jan: Air tahiti nui cancels china charter - report (RadioNZ)
      22 Jan: Amnesty international accuses chinese embassy of 'window-dressing human rights abuses' (NZ Herald)
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    Saracens chairman Neil Golding claims another audit would've involved more financial and emotional strain More...

    Saracens chairman Neil Golding claims another audit would've involved more financial and emotional strain More...

     Today's News

    Jude Law suffered with "costume envy" whilst filming 'The New Pope' 7:30

    Saracens chairman Neil Golding claims another audit would've involved more financial and emotional strain 7:27

    United Nations report says Saudis hacked Amazon boss Jeff Bezos's phone, implicates Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman 7:27

    Law and Order:
    US prosecutors are set to begin presenting their rape case against Harvey Weinstein  7:17

    The Maori Council's urging a moratorium on unrest between Black Power and the Mongrel Mob 7:07

    Coronavirus infections in China feared to be more widespread than officially reported 7:07

    Sir Patrick Stewart "got hooked" when he stumbled across an episode of 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' 7:00

    Jamie Foxx lives with his divorced parents 6:30

    Lea Michele gets "emotional" watching the late Cory Monteith in old episodes of 'Glee' 6:00

    Expect to see the Silver Ferns pile on the pressure in the midcourt during their second Nations Cup match against Jamaica in Birmingham this morning 5:47

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