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    US protests latest: Donald Trump criticised for St John's Church photo op, New York City extends curfew to try to stop looting
     3 June 2020
    Police use tear gas to clear a path for President Donald Trump to walk to a historic church near the White House, prompting outcry from religious leaders and police as protests against police brutality continue across the US for a seventh night.
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    A 56-year-old man has appeared in Court charged with murder, following the discovery of a man's body in Opotiki
    2 Jun: A 56-year-old man has appeared in Court charged with murder, following the discovery of a man's body in Opotiki... more
    A bus driver has been convicted over a crash which left a teenage girl with no hands
    2 Jun: A bus driver has been convicted over a crash which left a teenage girl with no hands... more
    A homicide investigation has been launched following a shooting at St Johns, in Auckland
    2 Jun: A homicide investigation has been launched following a shooting at St Johns, in Auckland... more
    Black Lives Matter organiser says 'years of frustration' exploding across America, calls for demilitarised police
    2 Jun: A US protest organiser says the black community in America is fed up with being subjected to years of police brutality and wants reform, including de-arming police and racial bias training.... more
    Minneapolis woman describes moment she was shot at by police who shouted 'light 'em up' during George Floyd protests
    2 Jun: A US woman who was shot at with exploding pellets by armoured police while she stood on her front porch says it feels like authorities are "making war on our neighbourhood".... more
    Why do American police have such powerful weapons for breaking up protests?
    2 Jun: As Americans protest, police departments outfitted like military units have been deployed on the streets to disperse demonstrators. Here's how US police became so heavily armed.... more
    George Floyd death at hands of Minneapolis police was homicide, says updated medical examiner's report
    2 Jun: A local medical examiner's report rules that the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis was a homicide, as his family releases a second autopsy which found he died from asphyxiation as a police officer knelt on his neck.... more
    A women is still shaken up, after a man was found dead in Auckland yesterday
    2 Jun: A women is still shaken up, after a man was found dead in Auckland yesterday... more
    A commissioner's been appointed to a school, north-west of Auckland, after the entire board of trustees quit, and the dissolved the board
    2 Jun: A commissioner's been appointed to a school, north-west of Auckland, after the entire board of trustees quit, and the dissolved the board... more

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     Today's News

    Rugby League:
    Sydney Roosters loan player Poasa Faamausili has been named on the Warriors bench for Friday's game against Penrith 4:56

    International:
    George Floyd protests live updates: Black Lives Matter protest held in Sydney CBD; protesters defy New York curfew 4:36

    Law and Order:
    US protests latest: Donald Trump criticised for St John's Church photo op, New York City extends curfew to try to stop looting 4:36

    Business:
    Landlords have been given more time to include details on healthy homes compliance in their tenancy agreements 22:57

    Law and Order:
    A 56-year-old man has appeared in Court charged with murder, following the discovery of a man's body in Opotiki 22:57

    Law and Order:
    A bus driver has been convicted over a crash which left a teenage girl with no hands 22:57

    Accident and Emergency:
    Police are investigating after a man's body was found in the sea on the West Coast 22:57

    Law and Order:
    A homicide investigation has been launched following a shooting at St Johns, in Auckland 22:57

    Environment:
    A tug of war between wet and dry weather is expected, during June 22:57

    Entertainment:
    Prince William has opened up about Prince George's first football match 21:45

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