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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    University of the South Pacific council disappointed by deportation of Australian professor Pal Ahluwalia
     6 February 2021
    A leading Australian university professor recounts how Fiji Government officials "jumped" and "manhandled" him and his wife on Wednesday night, before deporting the couple to Brisbane.
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    China claims it's providing coronavirus vaccines to Papua New Guinea, but officials in Port Moresby say it's not true
    6 Feb: The Papua New Guinea Government disputes a claim by China that it is assisting the nation with a supply of COVID-19 vaccines, despite a contradicting statement from a Beijing Government official.... more
    WA coronavirus lockdown ends, Premier Mark McGowan unveils $43m package to help small businesses
    6 Feb: The coronavirus lockdown affecting Perth, Peel and the South West ends after no new cases of COVID-19 were recorded overnight. Premier Mark McGowan also announced a $43 million package to help small businesses and charities.... more
    Perth's post-COVID lockdown rules explained, from mask-wearing to nightclubbing
    5 Feb: Here's what you'll be allowed to do once the lockdown eases in Perth and the South West — and the things that are still off the menu, for now at least.... more
    The Golden Globes snubbed acclaimed I May Destroy You in favour of Emily in Paris. So how are nominations chosen?
    5 Feb: The Golden Globes receives heavy backlash for particular nominations this year, and even more for the omissions of certain television shows.... more
    Myanmar's coup has the traditional hallmarks of a military takeover. But there was one key difference
    5 Feb: Myanmar's armed forces swooped on the homes of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi and other key figures from her party in pre-dawn raids this week, but it's unlike any military coup before.... more
    WA records no new local coronavirus cases for fourth consecutive day in lockdown
    5 Feb: Western Australia records no new locally transmitted COVID-19 cases after four days of lockdown — while recording two new cases in hotel quarantine — leaving the state on track to end the five-day lockdown on Friday as planned.... more
    Why was Myanmar's ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi charged over walkie-talkies?
    4 Feb: Obscure, old laws are often used by Myanmar's military to charge people seen as a threat to them or their interests — here's a look at how long Aung San Suu Kyi could spend in jail and what experts expect to happen next.... more
    Fiji grapples with unfolding crisis of cyclones and COVID-19 tourism downturn, urges Australia to allow travel bubble
    4 Feb: Fiji says it's "desperate" for Australia to "fast track" a proposed Bula Bubble to allow tourists back as the island nation comes to grips with an unfolding crisis caused by a second devastating cyclone.... more
    Tokyo Olympics Committee outlines COVID-safe measures to avoid outbreak at delayed Games
    4 Feb: The Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games will be like no other, with athletes required to wear a mask at all times unless they are eating or sleeping, and organisers wanting people to show their support by only clapping, not by chanting or singing.... more

     Most Popular Recent International News
     07 Feb: Thousands of Indian farmers blockade Delhi highways in protest after internet being cut off and journalists charged ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     13 Feb: In world news headlines - ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     06 Feb: Myanmar's military has cut off the internet and Facebook. It's a tactic straight from the authoritarian playbook ++++++++++++++++++++++
     07 Feb: Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of Myanmar's cities to denounce this week's coup and demand the release of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi despite a blockade on the internet by the junta ++++++++++++++++++++++
     31 Jan: How shooting whales with air rifles is helping scientists study Antarctica's changing environment +++++++++++++++++
     09 Feb: Donald Trump's impeachment trial looks to be heading for an acquittal, but the 14th amendment could give Democrats a Plan B ++++++++++++++
     11 Feb: World Health Organization scientists recommend Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine for all age groups ++++++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      28 Feb: 61st golden shears in jeopardy (NZ Herald)
      27 Feb: Watch live: sir graeme douglas international (Stuff.co.nz)
      27 Feb: Australian cricketers enjoy day out at miramar golf course (Stuff.co.nz)
      27 Feb: Loss of father rocks international vet student at massey university (Stuff.co.nz)
      27 Feb: England in new zealand: tourists secure series with another assured victory (BBCWorld)
      26 Feb: Locked out of new zealand for a year, lincoln international student is finally back to complete her phd (Stuff.co.nz)
      26 Feb: International expert probing wuhan covid origins says visit 'sobering experience' (RadioNZ)
      26 Feb: Recap: white ferns vs england (RadioNZ)
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