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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Music, memory and emotion are interwoven. Here's why a song can spark a vivid recollection
     27 June 2020
    For complex reasons, music is particularly good at lodging experiences deep in our memory and — some time much later — plucking them back out again.
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    Knifeman shot dead by police after Glasgow stabbing spree
    27 Jun: Scottish police shoot a man dead in the centre of Glasgow after he went on a stabbing rampage, injuring six people including a police officer.... more
    Donald Trump says the US leads on coronavirus tests, but some experts want 30 million more a day
    26 Jun: The US has so far tested more than 30 million people for COVID-19. But some experts say the only way America can contain its coronavirus outbreak and return to normal life is by testing that many people every day.... more
    Liverpool confirmed as Premier League champions after Chelsea's 2-1 win against Manchester City
    26 Jun: Liverpool wins a first league title in 30 years, as Chelsea beats Manchester City to give the Reds the Premier League crown.... more
    The crowning of King Klopp — how Liverpool's mentality monsters got their mojo back to win Premier League title
    26 Jun: It took an eccentric German manager, a high-intensity playing style and one of the greatest individual seasons of all time to end Liverpool's 30-year title drought, writes Andrew McGarry.... more
    'Major incident' declared as thousands flock to UK beach during heatwave, sparking COVID-19 fears
    26 Jun: Local authorities in the popular beachside town of Bournemouth urge people to leave the town after it became "stretched to the absolute hilt" during a second day of heatwave-like conditions as temperatures hit 33C.... more
    Coronavirus ravages entire families in East Java, the new infection epicentre in Indonesia
    26 Jun: The death of so many members of a single family is a tragic illustration of Indonesia's coronavirus crisis — not just the numbers dying, but the strain on the country's under-resourced hospital system.... more
    Fossil of modern wombats' giant extinct cousin found in US museum, 50 years after initial discovery
    26 Jun: Nearly half a century after its bones were discovered in the Lake Eyre basin palaeontologists have described a "missing link" in the family tree of wombats and koalas.... more
    Fiji proposes a 'Bula Bubble' to allow Australians to travel during the coronavirus pandemic
    25 Jun: Fiji's decimated tourism industry is hoping the latest proposal to establish a travel bubble in the region will help see the return of much-needed Australian visitors to the Pacific island nation.... more
    NASA simulates what sunsets look like on other planets and moons
    25 Jun: Animated videos of computer simulated sunsets show what the sky might look like if you were looking up through a super-wide camera lens from Venus, Mars, Uranus or Titan.... more

     Most Popular Recent International News
     22 Jun: This woman's photo was used in a hoax campaign against Black Lives Matter. Then the internet fought back ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     25 Jun: NASA simulates what sunsets look like on other planets and moons ++++++++++++++++++++
     19 Jun: Uncle Ben's, Aunt Jemima and Mrs Butterworth's products to get new look to remove racial stereotyping +++++++++++++++
     29 Jun: Singleton High School teacher apologises after racist classroom rant +++++++++++++
     03 Jul: UK police hack encrypted phone chat network to arrest 'untouchable' criminals +++++++++
     06 Jul: The woman who absconded from an Auckland managed isolation facility will face a charge of breaching the Covid-19 Public Health Response Act +++++++++
     22 Jun: Thailand had the world's first coronavirus case outside China. Here's how it avoided disaster ++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      12 Jul: The beths kick off their new zealand tour in auckland (Stuff.co.nz)
      10 Jul: Australia halves international arrivals to contain covid-19 coronavirus (RadioNZ)
      10 Jul: Nz banks' credit losses to rise to 12x 2019 level - s&p (NZ Herald)
      10 Jul: Flights from asia to cnmi september at earliest (RadioNZ)
      10 Jul: Nz should take 'middle ground' on hong kong - law expert (RadioNZ)
      10 Jul: Another group puts hand up to govern rugby league in tonga (RadioNZ)
      9 Jul: No guarantees silver ferns will meet australia in 2020 (RadioNZ)
      9 Jul: Kiwi footballers named as new caps in somalia national squad (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Soccer:
    Norwich City's been officially relegated from the English Premier League after a 4-nil home loss to West Ham United 8:56

    Rugby League:
    England's ended day four with a 170-run lead over West Indies in the second innings of the first cricket test in Southampton 8:56

    Entertainment:
    Chrissy Teigen says TikTok has encouraged teenagers to behave like "CIA ops" 8:41

    Entertainment:
    Tyson Beckford thinks Kanye West isn't "ready" to become the US President 8:11

    Wellington:
    A pedestrian has been hit by a vehicle in central Wellington...but dusted themself off and walked away 8:06

    Rugby League:
    Canberra's likely lost hooker Josh Hodgson for the rest of the NRL season with an ACL tear 7:56

    Health & Safety:
    ACC insists it never advised a Northland man with a severe bowel injury to use a bucket, at the side of the road 7:46

    Accident and Emergency:
    One person suffered moderate injuries last night, after a car which had been chased by police crashed on the southern side of the Brynderwyns 7:46

    Entertainment:
    Stormzy thinks the Black Lives Matter movement represents "hundreds, thousands of years" of "real pain" 7:41

    International:
    Vanuatu feeling the pinch as coronavirus pandemic keeps tourists away 7:36

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