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    What's thought to be a bomb blast has rocked a Catholic church in the Indonesian city of Makassar and caused some casualties
     28 March 2021
    What's thought to be a bomb blast has rocked a Catholic church in the Indonesian city of Makassar and caused some casualties
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    Opponents of Myanmar's ruling junta are mourning the killing of at least 114 people by security forces in the bloodiest day since the military coup on February 1
    28 Mar: Opponents of Myanmar's ruling junta are mourning the killing of at least 114 people by security forces in the bloodiest day since the military coup on February 1... more
    Calls for international solidarity in the wake of shocking violence in Myanmar
    28 Mar: Calls for international solidarity in the wake of shocking violence in Myanmar... more
    Ten people have been arrested in the English city of Bristol after protests over a new policing bill turned violent
    27 Mar: Ten people have been arrested in the English city of Bristol after protests over a new policing bill turned violent... more
    Good Friday's NRL clash between the Melbourne Storm and Brisbane Broncos risks being placed under a COVID-19 cloud after Victoria deemed the Queensland capital a hotspot
    27 Mar: Good Friday's NRL clash between the Melbourne Storm and Brisbane Broncos risks being placed under a COVID-19 cloud after Victoria deemed the Queensland capital a hotspot... more
    A travel agent says there's lots of demand for a Cook Islands travel bubble -- which could begin in a couple of months
    27 Mar: A travel agent says there's lots of demand for a Cook Islands travel bubble -- which could begin in a couple of months... more
    There may be a small upside, to the closure of the Suez Canal
    26 Mar: There may be a small upside, to the closure of the Suez Canal... more
    Melbourne United produce biggest second-half comeback in their franchise history to defeat Breakers
    26 Mar: Melbourne United have produced the biggest second-half comeback in their franchise history to defeat the Breakers 82-79 in their Australian basketball league match at Bendigo... more
    The torch relay for the postponed Tokyo Olympics has begun its 121-day journey across Japan
    25 Mar: The torch relay for the postponed Tokyo Olympics has begun its 121-day journey across Japan... more
    The start gun on Saturday morning will prove a massive relief to competitors at Ironman New Zealand in Taupo
    24 Mar: The start gun on Saturday morning will prove a massive relief to competitors at Ironman New Zealand in Taupo... more

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     International NewsLinks
      7 May: Black sticks men and women get back on home turf after long wait (Stuff.co.nz)
      7 May: Auckland unlimited unfazed by south island focus of new tourism spending, new cycle trail funding announced (NZ Herald)
      7 May: Dire warning that going ahead with olympics will lead to deaths (RadioNZ)
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    Entertainment:
    Pete Davidson is “burning off” his tattoos so that he can get more film roles 12:57

    Law and Order:
    There was absolute silence in the High Court at Auckland as two men were sentenced to life in jail for the Red Fox cold case 12:56

    Entertainment:
    Jennifer Garner has reportedly reconciled with John Miller 12:27

    Business:
    Hopes a free trade agreement between New Zealand and the UK could give our dairy industry a boost 12:26

    Hockey:
    A coup for the country's national hockey representatives with the announcement of a four-test men's and women's trans-Tasman tournament in Palmerston North, starting May 27 12:06

    Entertainment:
    Britney Spears will not ask for her conservatorship to end when she speaks in court next month 11:57

    Law and Order:
    Police investigating three serious assaults in Christchurch say more arrests are likely after today's raid on the King Cobras gang pad 11:46

    Entertainment:
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    Prince William joked he's the "best armchair manager" as he met players from his favourite football team on Tuesday (04.05.21) 10:57

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