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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Shire of Manjimup backflips on COVID-19 vaccination incentive for staff
     17 September 2021
    The Shire of Manjimup will discuss the incentive program at a council meeting after the decision was met with backlash from the local community.
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    Applause in Queensland Parliament gallery as historic bill passed, legalising voluntary assisted dying
    17 Sep: Queensland becomes the fifth state in Australia to legalise voluntary assisted dying after state MPs pass the historic bill by an overwhelming majority, 61 votes to 30.... more
    Arc de Triomphe wrapped up in fabric to celebrate late artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude
    17 Sep: Parisians wake this week to find one of their city's most famous landmarks — the Arc de Triomphe — completely veiled, hidden behind a wrapping of silver and blue fabric.... more
    Nicki Minaj's claim on COVID-19 vaccines and men's sexual health doesn't stack up under scrutiny
    17 Sep: Rapper Nicki Minaj tweeted a dubious case study this week involving a COVID-19 vaccination and her cousin's friend's genitalia. The tweet went viral, but the information it contained was far from factual.... more
    Indonesian President guilty of environmental negligence in lawsuit over Jakarta's chronic air pollution
    17 Sep: Indonesia's President Joko Widodo and several senior government officials are found guilty of environmental negligence for failing to deal with Jakarta's chronic air pollution.... more
    Targa Tasmania report into triple fatality calls for rally speeds to be reined in to avoid 'further deaths'
    16 Sep: A report into three deaths during the Targa Tasmania rally earlier this year makes recommendations including dramatic changes to the route and warns the cost of the race will rise significantly.... more
    Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor's murder verdict reversed over Justine Damond Ruszczyk's death
    16 Sep: The family of Justine Damond Ruszczyk criticises the Minnesota Supreme Court's decision to reserve the murder conviction of former police officer Mohamed Noor, saying the "depraved and senseless" shooting is "just as reprehensible today as when he killed her in 2017".... more
    Why Australia is teaming up with the US and UK to build nuclear-powered submarines
    16 Sep: Australia has announced a plan to make the Navy's next submarine fleet nuclear-powered. So what's so special about these subs — and why are we doing this?... more
    The Barcelona lifeguards defying Europe to rescue migrants on the open sea
    16 Sep: Oscar Camps was a lifeguard on the calm beaches of Barcelona. Then in a single day he saved more lives than in an entire career.... more
    Paris 2015 attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam says 130 deaths were 'nothing personal'
    16 Sep: The main suspect in the 2015 Paris terrorist attacks says the killing of 130 people was "nothing personal", instead carried out as retaliation for French air strikes on the Islamic State group.... more

     Most Popular Recent International News
     17 Sep: Fossil found by schoolkids in New Zealand's Kawhia Harbour is new species of extinct giant penguin +++++++++++++++++
     29 Aug: Tokyo Paralympics updates: Steelers miss out on third straight wheelchair rugby gold, Australia wins five more swimming medals +++++++++++++
     03 Sep: WA grain industry faces huge losses as COVID-fuelled worker shortage derails record harvest +++++++++++++
     27 Aug: Debunking the myths surrounding the mass vaccination of NSW students ++++++++++++
     05 Sep: As coronavirus surged in Louisiana, authorities knew there was only one way kids could safely return to school ++++++++++++
     30 Aug: Tokyo Paralympics updates: Madison de Rozario breaks through for first gold medal in 800m T53, plus silvers in swimming, table tennis and athletics ++++++++++++
     05 Sep: Earthquake-resistant school built from recycled plastic in Indonesia ++++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      25 Sep: Maori short films take centre stage at nziff (RadioNZ)
      25 Sep: Kiwi couple's homemade mini-series a finalist for international emmys (Stuff.co.nz)
      25 Sep: Prime minister jacinda ardern to un general assembly: we are all connected (NZ Herald)
      25 Sep: We are all connected, ardern tells un general assembly (RadioNZ)
      25 Sep: Meng wanzhou: the powerpoint that sparked an international row (BBCWorld)
      25 Sep: Vanuatu launches campaign to take climate change to the international court for justice (RadioNZ)
      25 Sep: Building supply shortages leading to upsurge in consent amendments (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Sep: How 'resilient' non-leaguer antonio became west ham record-breaker (BBCWorld)
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