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Northern Ireland's 'peace babies' hope and pray the violence goes away
17 June 2021
Decades after a peace deal ended bloodshed in Northern Ireland, there are fears "The Troubles" are coming back. This time it's being inflamed by a "British betrayal".
Stranded children in India can be escorted home to Australia under new changes, but parents say it's not easy
New travel exemptions allow adults to join unaccompanied minors on flights back home from India, where dozens of children are stuck without their parents....
The former owner of an Indian restaurant chain in Christchurch has been banned from being an employer and his companies ordered to pay almost half a million dollars
The former owner of an Indian restaurant chain in Christchurch has been banned from being an employer and his companies ordered to pay almost half a million dollars...
The exhibitors are in place - and the gates are about to open at Fieldays
The exhibitors are in place - and the gates are about to open at Fieldays...
Alice Robinson should be able to kick start her build up to the Beijing Winter Olympics at home this winter
Alice Robinson should be able to kick start her build up to the Beijing Winter Olympics at home this winter...
Spain dominated Sweden in their Euro 2020 opener, but still couldn't score
Spain completely dominated against Sweden in its Euro 2020 opener, but a lack of an in-form striker up top and some dogged defence means the pressure is now on coach Luis Enrique....
Concerns victims of elder abuse aren't speaking out
Concerns victims of elder abuse aren't speaking out...
farmers are suggesting they don't have enough time to adjust to incoming fees on high emission cars
farmers are suggesting they don't have enough time to adjust to incoming fees on high emission cars...
Concerns over a shortage of construction workers
Concerns over a shortage of construction workers...
Queen Elizabeth II uses ceremonial sword to cut slice of cake on sidelines of G7 summit
There's more than one way to skin a cat — or cut a cake, if Queen Elizabeth II is anything to go by, with the monarch choosing a "more unusual" ceremonial sword over a knife to slice a baked item on the sidelines of the G7....
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