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    Coronavirus infections in China feared to be more widespread than officially reported, Wuhan closes transport networks
     23 January 2020
    The Chinese city of Wuhan, the source of an outbreak of a new flu-like virus, is closing its transport networks, advising citizens not to leave the city as the death toll rises steeply overnight.
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    The Maori Council's urging a moratorium on unrest between Black Power and the Mongrel Mob
    23 Jan: The Maori Council's urging a moratorium on unrest between Black Power and the Mongrel Mob... more
    Plans for an urgent working party on clashes between ferries and cruise ships in Auckland's Harbour
    22 Jan: Plans for an urgent working party on clashes between ferries and cruise ships in Auckland's Harbour... more
    A new deal to support digital trade with Singapore and Chile
    22 Jan: A new deal to support digital trade with Singapore and Chile... more
    Prebbleton residents are concerned a new recycling plant will create pollution
    22 Jan: Prebbleton residents are concerned a new recycling plant will create pollution... more
    A massive IT upgrade - to boost internet access for 200 schools
    22 Jan: A massive IT upgrade - to boost internet access for 200 schools... more
    Experts says most New Zealanders don't really understand just how much harm alcohol can do
    22 Jan: Experts says most New Zealanders don't really understand just how much harm alcohol can do... more
    Electric car company Tesla has dismissed claims its vehicles sometimes accelerate without warning, saying they're false claims by speculators trying to spook the price of shares
    21 Jan: Electric car company Tesla has dismissed claims its vehicles sometimes accelerate without warning, saying they're false claims by speculators trying to spook the price of shares... more
    Assurances the Government believes in Whanau Ora - and wants to see it grow
    21 Jan: Assurances the Government believes in Whanau Ora - and wants to see it grow... more
    Police are urging gang members to be mindful of children
    21 Jan: Police are urging gang members to be mindful of children... more

     Most Popular Recent Politics News
     04 Jan: West Coast hospital workers have been left struggling in a substandard building - with substandard equipment ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     03 Jan: The Prime Minister's been asked to help get sick West Coasters out of an old hospital that's no longer fit for purpose ++++++++++++++++++++++
     13 Jan: Kiwis are being warned against a sinister scam email ++++++++++++++
     02 Jan: The Education Minister's pleased with the progress on the Government's donations scheme for decile 1-7 schools +++++++++++++
     13 Jan: A tightening of regulations around religious education in state schools +++++++++++
     08 Jan: Fonterra's on high alert in Australia as the bushfires rage on and drought continues ++++++++++
     24 Dec: A nightmare before Christmas for some Bunnings employees +++++++++

     Politics NewsLinks
      23 Jan: Mike's minute: election year underway with full spin and counterspin (NZ Herald)
      21 Jan: Nats break-in: business next door also had laptops stolen (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Jan: Nats break-in: business next door also had laptops stolen (NZ Herald)
      21 Jan: Nats break-in: business next door also had laptops stolen (RadioNZ)
      21 Jan: Is the capital gains tax really dead? (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Jan: Robert de niro presented the case for activism by actors and athletes (CNN)
      19 Jan: I have a hunch that these are the questions to be asking in the year of the rat (Stuff.co.nz)
      16 Jan: Seven sharp's hilary barry: 'people at seven o'clock don't want to listen to politics' (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Politics:
    Coronavirus infections in China feared to be more widespread than officially reported, Wuhan closes transport networks 10:27

    International:
    America is now reckoning with its dark past — and Australians are taking note 10:07

    Law and Order:
    A cellphone that was dropped into a portaloo at a New Year's Eve concert in Bay of Plenty, has been reunited with its owner 10:07

    Entertainment:
    Meghan Trainor thought she needed to "fix" her weight before becoming famous 10:00

    Netball:
    The Silver Ferns' three-match drought against the Sunshine Girls has ended 9:47

    Entertainment:
    Halsey once "busted into somebody's house" wanting answers 9:30

    Law and Order:
    Manawatu Police have arrested four teenagers, over five armed robberies at dairies and service stations across the district 9:27

    Entertainment:
    Margot Robbie suffered from "imposter syndrome" 9:00

    Entertainment:
    Louise Redknapp is excited for her sons to see her as a pop star rather than just their mother 8:30

    Cricket:
    Sessions with former Black Caps wicketkeeper Brendon McCullum are already paying off for Tim Seifert  8:27

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