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    Neil Young is suing Donald Trump for using his music at campaign rallies. Here's how it might play out
     5 August 2020
    Neil Young accuses the President and his campaign of copyright infringement for using his anthem Rockin' In The Free World at public events. But the history of Trump's use of famous songs suggests the case will be complicated.
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    Are very long-lived trees immortal and what can they teach humans?
    5 Aug: Trees that live for thousands of years may not be immortal, but they are inspiring some scientists in the search for ways to make humans live longer.... more
    SOS message on Micronesian beach saves three stranded men after being spotted by Australian authorities
    5 Aug: An SOS message written on a beach on a tiny Micronesian island was spotted by Australian authorities, saving three stranded men who were missing for days.... more
    Breakthrough new blood test could diagnose Alzheimer's decades earlier
    5 Aug: A new blood test could help doctors diagnose and even treat Alzheimer's disease decades before any symptoms appear.... more
    Iran's President Hassan Rouhani says 20 million citizens could have COVID-19. Is that true?
    5 Aug: President Hassan Rouhani says 25 million Iranians have been infected with the disease since February. But the WHO suggests testing data across the country is not consistent. So what is really going on?... more
    Donald Trump's taxes are the centre of a New York federal court filing. Here's what you need to know
    5 Aug: In a new court filing, investigators reveal they want to probe the taxes of the US President for "possibly extensive and protracted criminal conduct". But don't expect them to release anything publicly.... more
    What Melbourne's stage 4 coronavirus restrictions mean for work, shopping, haircuts, childcare and exercise
    4 Aug: With stage 4 stay-at-home restrictions in place you may be wondering what you can do for the next six weeks. You can go shopping for food and essentials, but you can't get a haircut.... more
    UK diners treated to half-price meals ahead of feared second coronavirus wave
    4 Aug: While businesses close in Victoria due to the latest coronavirus outbreak, the UK is testing out new tactics to get customers through the doors of restaurants and cafes.... more
    A group of Tongan citizens stuck in New Zealand since the start of lockdown are finally heading home
    4 Aug: A group of Tongan citizens stuck in New Zealand since the start of lockdown are finally heading home... more
    Coronavirus ripped through aged cared homes in the UK, but one managed to avoid disaster
    3 Aug: Coronavirus was ripping through UK care homes when the boss of one group of facilities decided to go his own way. He defied official guidelines and did whatever it took to protect his residents. They haven't had a single case.... more

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     02 Aug: Hydroxychloroquine is a poor coronavirus treatment but a perfect parable for our times +++++++++++++++
     21 Jul: Coronavirus vaccine from Oxford University is safe, can train immune system: early results +++++++++++++++
     24 Jul: An assurance a spate of break-ins in the Dunedin student quarter isn't related to a pair of men door-knocking with fake surveys ++++++++++++
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     International NewsLinks
      5 Aug: Key, goff call for user-pays quarantine for migrant workers, students (RadioNZ)
      5 Aug: Tonga helps anti-child labour convention get across the line (RadioNZ)
      5 Aug: Ireland chase 329 to stun england with stirling and balbirnie scoring centuries (BBCWorld)
      5 Aug: Bomb threat at post office near auckland airport (NZ Herald)
      5 Aug: Nz lacks the policies to become carbon neutral, says international report (Stuff.co.nz)
      4 Aug: Nz international student sector: more focus on quality education than work rights - cabinet papers (Stuff.co.nz)
      4 Aug: Auckland museum dealt $8m blow by covid-19, maori cultural performances axed (Stuff.co.nz)
      4 Aug: Nz international student sector: more focus on quality education than work rights - cabinet papers (NZ Herald)
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