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    China passes new national security law aimed at Hong Kong
     30 June 2020
    China's Government has officially approved a new national security law aimed at Hong Kong which will criminalise political acts such as separatism and colluding with foreign forces, Hong Kong media is reporting.
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    Anders Tegnell, the man behind Sweden's contentious coronavirus plan, has a legion of fans — and critics
    30 Jun: He's an unlikely hero of Sweden's contentious pandemic plan. Lauded by fans for his "Swedish dad cool", Anders Tegnell is also accused of allowing the COVID-19 casualties to mount.... more
    At least five people have died after shots were fired at the Pakistan Stock Exchange in Karachi
    29 Jun: At least five people have died after shots were fired at the Pakistan Stock Exchange in Karachi... more
    Singleton High School teacher apologises after racist classroom rant
    29 Jun: A Hunter Valley high school is under fire for not suspending a teacher who allegedly made racist comments about Indigenous Australians to a classroom full of students.... more
    A Facebook post can change your life: Documents reveal how social media is used by immigration officials
    29 Jun: Documents from Home Affairs reveal how social media posts are routinely used by immigration officials to challenge an applicant's identity and claim for protection.... more
    How the world got to 10 million coronavirus cases
    29 Jun: Reaching every continent outside of Antarctica, the coronavirus has been reported in more than 210 countries and territories. Now, 10 million people worldwide have been officially infected with the virus.... more
    Coronavirus has accelerated Lebanon's economic collapse, and foreign maids are paying the price
    29 Jun: Women and girls who work in the homes of Lebanon's wealthy say they have long been subjected to violence and mistreatment. But as the country's economic crisis spirals, they're now being abandoned.... more
    Comic Relief imagines Normal People's Connell and Marianne 40 years on. Apparently, not a lot has changed
    28 Jun: A clip filmed for a Comic Relief fundraiser picks up the story of lovers Connell and Marianne four decades after where Sally Rooney's book left off — and it seems not much has changed between the two.... more
    Covering black deaths in Australia led me to a breakdown, but that's the position this country puts Aboriginal journalists in
    28 Jun: Allan Clarke watched the video of George Floyd's death and all he could think about were the deaths of Aboriginal people he covered, which eventually drove him to breaking point with the Australian media industry.... more
    In China, single women are banned from freezing their eggs. Now one woman is fighting for change
    28 Jun: Teresa Xu is an educated woman who wants to have a child one day. So she did what many of her contemporaries around the world are doing and inquired about freezing her eggs. Then the Chinese government stepped in.... more

     Most Popular Recent International News
     22 Jun: This woman's photo was used in a hoax campaign against Black Lives Matter. Then the internet fought back ++++++++++++++++++++++
     25 Jun: NASA simulates what sunsets look like on other planets and moons +++++++++++++++++
     19 Jun: Uncle Ben's, Aunt Jemima and Mrs Butterworth's products to get new look to remove racial stereotyping +++++++++++++++
     29 Jun: Singleton High School teacher apologises after racist classroom rant +++++++++++
     06 Jul: The woman who absconded from an Auckland managed isolation facility will face a charge of breaching the Covid-19 Public Health Response Act ++++++++
     22 Jun: Thailand had the world's first coronavirus case outside China. Here's how it avoided disaster ++++++++
     14 Jun: Australian sentenced to death in China for smuggling meth in checked flight luggage +++++++

     International NewsLinks
      9 Jul: No guarantees silver ferns will meet australia in 2020 (RadioNZ)
      9 Jul: Kiwi footballers named as new caps in somalia national squad (
      9 Jul: The slow road to recovery for nz's music industry (RadioNZ)
      9 Jul: The detail: new zealand's gutted music industry (
      9 Jul: Rain ruins the return of cricket (RadioNZ)
      9 Jul: Rain restricts england and west indies as cricket returns (BBCWorld)
      8 Jul: Tonga needs half-a-billion for climate adaption - imf (RadioNZ)
      8 Jul: Kiwis 'in tears', 'overwhelmed and distraught' over international flight booking freeze (
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    The prospect of the All Blacks playing the Kangaroos later this year is fading More...

    Domestic travel has seen a spike with trips to Australia and the Pacific Islands called off during the school holidays More...

     Today's News

    Manchester United lead Aston Villa 1-nil approaching half-time in their English Premier League football match at Villa Park 8:07

    Domestic travel has seen a spike with trips to Australia and the Pacific Islands called off during the school holidays 7:57

    The prospect of the All Blacks playing the Kangaroos later this year is fading 7:47

    Rugby League:
    Matt Ikuvalu has become the first Sydney Rooster to score five tries in a match in 65 years 7:37

    Question marks over future power prices in New Zealand, following the decision by Rio Tinto to close its Tiwai Point aluminium smelter 7:27

    White Ferns cricket captain Sophie Devine insists her and vice-captain Amy Satterthwaite can lead the team to success 7:17

    Law and Order:
    The covid-spikes across the Tasman are continuing the waiting game for New Zealand and Australian rugby bodies over the Bledisloe Cup 7:17

    Earliest ever fossil teeth shed light on the evolution of modern pearly whites 7:07

    Josh Brolin is set to become a father for the fourth time 6:13

    Law and Order:
    The teen murderer who absconded from a South Auckland youth justice facility is due in the Manukau District Court today 5:27

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