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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Nick Kyrgios defeats Stefanos Tsitsipas in third round Wimbledon boilover
     3 July 2022
    In one of the most charged and thrilling performances of his career, Nick Kyrgios beats world number 5 Stefanos Tsitsipas in the third round at Wimbledon.
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    >> Tennis News 

    Welcome to Oklahoma, the hardest place to get an abortion in a post-Roe v Wade America
    3 Jul: Even before Roe v Wade fell, life legally began at the moment of conception in Oklahoma. Now it offers a glimpse of what life could be like for pregnant people and health providers in America's abortion desert.... more
    Who is winning the war in Ukraine? Putin's forces conquered 20 per cent of the nation, but a chilly deadline looms
    3 Jul: Ukraine has now been under almost constant bombardment from Russia for more than five months, but analysts say the defining months could be just ahead.... more
    Searching for the King
    3 Jul: He was a man so famous in Hong Kong that everybody knew him, yet such an enigma that nobody seemed to know anything about him. I was on a journalistic road to nowhere, but once I started, I couldn't stop, writes Louisa Lim.... more
    Iranians begin clearing debris following a deadly magnitude-6.1 earthquake
    2 Jul: Successive tremors flatten a village in one of Iran's particularly earthquake-prone regions.... more
    Jerry Hall files for divorce from Rupert Murdoch
    2 Jul: The 65-year-old model officially files for divorce from her billionaire media mogul husband, six years after the pair married.... more
    John Roberts is the chief justice of the US Supreme Court. But the fall of Roe v Wade and abortion rights have left him 'weakened'
    2 Jul: As Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court, John Roberts has enjoyed one of the most powerful positions in American society. But when Donald Trump installed three of his own picks on the bench, suddenly everything changed.... more
    Outgunned Pacific Island nations vow to fight deep-sea mining
    2 Jul: A handful of postage-stamp nations in the South Pacific launch an uphill battle against the deep-sea mining of unattached, fist-sized rocks rich in rare earth metals. The stakes are potentially enormous.... more
    AAP Rolling News Bulletin Jul 02, 1130
    2 Jul: AAP Rolling News Bulletin Jul 02, 1130... more
    Sanna Marin has defied Vladimir Putin in joining NATO. It could be Finland's 'most important moment'
    2 Jul: Russia's warnings to not join NATO have done little to dampen the resolve of Finland's Prime Minister, Sanna Marin. At just 36, the world's youngest leader has pulled off one of the "most important moments of Finnish history".... more

     Most Popular Recent International News
     09 Jun: Mobile phones have changed the rules of war. Ukrainians are using that to their advantage +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     04 Jun: Home remedies to fight cold and flu symptoms may be comforting, but they're not a cure ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     11 Jun: Donald Trump, the Proud Boys and shocking video: The key moments from the first January 6 committee hearing ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     04 Jun: Ohio grants teachers permission to be armed in schools as US marks Gun Violence Awareness Day ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     14 Jun: You can dance if you want to: How the internet reacted to the Socceroos triumph and Andrew Redmayne's heroics +++++++++++++++++++++++
     04 Jun: 'It's something you get very addicted to': So what's behind a 'runner's high' and how do you get it? ++++++++++++++++++++++
     15 Jun: The Loop: Wages to rise for millions of Aussies, authorities try to secure electricity supplies, and RIP Internet Explorer +++++++++++++++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      3 Jul: Irish rugby centre bundee aki's brush with police and the teacher who made a difference (NZ Herald)
      2 Jul: Live international rugby: all blacks v ireland - first test (RadioNZ)
      2 Jul: Israel folau's test return short-lived as fiji blank tonga 36-0 (RadioNZ)
      1 Jul: International drug conspiracy: court of appeal - tevita kulu prison sentence of 18 years altered (NZ Herald)
      1 Jul: Burnt toast leads to evacuation of wellington airport terminal (RadioNZ)
      1 Jul: Burnt toast sparks evacuation at wellington airport (NZ Herald)
      1 Jul: Richarlison: everton forward set for tottenham hotspur move after clubs agree deal (BBCWorld)
      30 Jun: New zealand to back ukraine at international court of justice (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

    Rugby League:
    The Warriors take on the Wests Tigers this afternoon in a highly anticipated return to Auckland's Mount Smart Stadium 10:49

    Tennis:
    Nick Kyrgios defeats Stefanos Tsitsipas in third round Wimbledon boilover 10:39

    Politics:
    The Prime Minister's wrapped up her trip to Europe... but she's not on her way home just yet 10:29

    Rugby:
    The All Blacks will take a 1-nil series lead over Ireland to Dunedin, after winning the first test 42-19 at Eden Park 10:09

    Wellington:
    Three people have been injured, one seriously, after a crash in the Hutt Valley suburb of Wainuiomata, this morning 9:29

    Politics:
    The way people move through Auckland's main street is changing 8:19

    Cycling:
    Dutch cyclist Fabio Jakobsen has won the second stage of the Tour de France in a reduced sprint finish, after a late crash split the peloton in Denmark 8:09

    International:
    Welcome to Oklahoma, the hardest place to get an abortion in a post-Roe v Wade America 7:59

    Motorsports:
    Carlos Sainz has edged reigning Formula One champion Max Verstappen by just .072 second, to claim pole position at the British Grand Prix  7:59

    Tennis:
    The upsets continue at Wimbledon 7:49

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