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Patel makes cricket history with 10 wicket haul

Ajaz Patel becomes only the third bowler in Test history to take all 10 wickets in an innings as New Zealand bowl India out for 325 in the second Test.
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Patel claims historic ten wickets in Test innings

Ajaz Patel becomes only the third bowler in Test history to take all 10 wickets in an innings as New Zealand bowl India out for 325 in the second Test.
Tags: News, India, New Zealand, Patel, Ajaz Patel


New Zealand cricketer Ajaz Patel takes all 10 wickets against India

New Zealand spinner became only the third bowler to pick up all 10 wickets in an innings in international cricket, achieving the feat against India in the second test at the Wankhede Stadium.
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Derby woman aims to run length of New Zealand in 21 days

Emma Timmis hopes to complete the 1,300 miles (2100km) in the fastest time ever recorded.
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Christopher Luxon is out of step with most New Zealanders – can he really challenge Ardern? | Morgan Godfery

The new National leader is a millionaire, anti-abortion, ex-CEO who owns seven homes and is against increases to the minimum wageIn the end, the party of business picked the businessman. Former National party leader Simon Bridges is out – again – and former Air New Zealand chief executive and MP for Botany, Christopher Luxon, is in.In hindsight it seems like it was always a done deal. Sir John Key, the former prime minister and National party leader, was a prominent supporter while outgoing lead...
Tags: World news, Asia Pacific, New Zealand, National, John Key, Air New Zealand, Judith Collins, Christopher Luxon, Luxon, Simon Bridges, New Zealand politics


‘Electric vibe’: Auckland celebrates end of lockdown with brunch and traffic gridlock

Vaccinated people in New Zealand’s largest city can now go to the pub for the first time in over 100 daysIn Auckland, nature was healing. The ungroomed lined up for their eyebrow appointments. Bars flung open their doors with the promise of free drinks. Locals posted photos of their flat whites and brunch menus. The city’s sky tower was lit up for the first day of the “traffic light” reopening. And, in perhaps the truest sign that the gridlock-plagued city was on its pathway to normalcy, four la...
Tags: World news, Asia Pacific, New Zealand, Auckland, Jacinda Ardern, Coronavirus


BattleBots Season 6 Trailer: The Robot Carnage Commences In Early 2021

Sparks will fly this January as Discovery Channel is bringing back the "BattleBots" for another round of mechanical mayhem. More than 60 teams will travel to Las Vegas this season to battle it out over who is the supreme fighting robot. More than 60 teams will travel to Las Vegas this season to compete for the title of the baddest bot in the world, which is currently held by End Game from New Zealand. Whoever wins gets to keep the ultimate trophy, The Giant Nut, which is in fact a giant version ...
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New Zealand to enshrine protections for pill testing in ‘world first’

Advocates say the law, which will come into force next week, is the first to take drug checking out of a legal grey zone and protect the practiceNew Zealand has enshrined protections for drug checking in law, in what advocates say is a world first.The country’s new law to protect pill testing – where organisations chemically test illicit drugs to monitor for dangerous contaminants – has been voted in by the government, and is expected to pass into law next week. Continue reading...
Tags: Health, Drugs, World news, New Zealand, Drugs policy, New Zealand politics, practiceNew Zealand


Starzplay Greenlights ‘Men in Kilts’ For Season 2 – Global Bulletin

GREENLIGHT Starzplay has greenlit a six-episode second season of hit travel documentary series “Men in Kilts: A Roadtrip with Sam and Graham,” featuring “Outlander” stars Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish. They will hit the road again, this time in New Zealand. Developed by Heughan and McTavish, the original series is produced by Boardwalk Pictures, in […]
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Who is New Zealand’s new opposition leader Christopher Luxon?

The former Air New Zealand boss is a relative newcomer to politics but has consistently registered in ‘preferred prime minister’ pollingNew Zealand has a new leader for its opposition, and – the party hopes – a new challenger to the enduring popularity of Labour’s Jacinda Ardern. The National party is pinning its hopes on Christopher Luxon, a former airline boss and a teetotaller, country music fan, waterskier, relative political unknown and – somewhat unusually for New Zealand politics – an eva...
Tags: World news, Asia Pacific, Labour, New Zealand, National party, Air New Zealand, Christopher Luxon, Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand politics, pollingNew Zealand, Christian Luxon


Australia: They do things differently in New Zealand: Appanna v Medical Board of Australia [2021] VSC 679 - Holman Webb

A doctor who had an inappropriate relationship was dealt with differently by the courts in Australia and NZ.
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New Zealand: Preparing to go under the Traffic Light System - Wynn Williams Lawyers

Government is moving forward with the COVID Protection Framework, better known as the Traffic Light System. What should you do?
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New Zealand’s National party anoints ex-airline boss Chris Luxon as leader

Luxon, who has spent just a year in parliament, will be the party’s fifth leader in as many years after he replaced Judith CollinsNew Zealand’s opposition has announced a new leader, former airline boss Christopher Luxon, after its leader Judith Collins flamed out of the role last week.The National party emerged from its caucus meeting on Tuesday to announce Luxon, a political novice and former Air New Zealand chief executive, would be taking the party’s helm. He will be National’s fifth leader ...
Tags: World news, Asia Pacific, New Zealand, National, National party, Air New Zealand, Judith Collins, Christopher Luxon, Luxon, New Zealand politics, Nicola Willis, Chris Luxon, Judith CollinsNew Zealand, Simon Bridges Continue


Last-wicket pair deny India as New Zealand secure thrilling draw

New Zealand bat out the whole of day five to dramatically survive with a draw in the first Test against India.
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Trust in scientists soared in Australia and New Zealand during Covid pandemic, poll finds

Gallup survey reveals the two countries have the world’s highest levels of trust in scientists, with 62% saying they trust them ‘a lot’Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageAs the Covid-19 pandemic raged, New Zealanders and Australians developed the world’s highest levels of trust in scientists, newly released survey data has found – and those trust levels soared as the global crisis evolved.The Wellcome Global Monitor, conducted by Gallup, surveyed 119,000 people across 11...
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Australia: Subsidiary v branch, when expanding your business from New Zealand into Australia - Metis Law

The best structure depends on your objectives in terms of branding, risk minimisation, control and resource management.
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New Zealand: New Zealand border and MIQ changes for 2022 - Cavell Leitch

The NZ government has provided an initial plan for the reopening of New Zealand's border.
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New Zealand: Investor 1 and 2 category applications - Cavell Leitch

The Investor 1 and 2 categories are under review, so we are uncertain when an announcement about changes will be made.
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New Zealand politician cycles to hospital in labor, gives birth

New Zealand Member of Parliament Julie Anne Genter got on her bicycle early on Sunday and headed to the hospital. She was already in labor, and she gave birth an hour later.
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New Zealand’s secondary art market is booming – now artists want a share

Without a resale royalty scheme, struggling artists are missing out on much needed money for their workThis month New Zealand artist Ayesha Green watched in surprise as one of her artworks fetched $48,000 at auction – $29,000 more than she sold it for just a year earlier. The hammer price was sizeable for an artist who describes herself as somewhere between emerging and mid-career, and if the country had a resale royalty scheme for artists in place, Green would have taken home a healthy paychequ...
Tags: Art, World news, Green, Asia Pacific, New Zealand, Ayesha Green


New Zealand: New Zealand ‘Essential' Workers Not Working During Lockdown Entitled To Minimum Wage - lus Laboris

The Court of Appeal has found that ‘essential' workers who did not work during New Zealand's Level 4 lockdown, as directed by their employer, should have been paid the minimum wage under the Minimum Wage Act 1983.
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New Zealand politician Julie Anne Genter cycles to hospital to give birth

Julie Anne Genter said she had not planned to cycle whilst in labour, "but it did end up happening".
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For the second time, New Zealand politician cycles to give birth

New Zealand Member of Parliament Julie Anne Genter got on her bicycle early on Sunday and headed to the hospital. She was already in labor, and she gave birth an hour later.
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New Zealand politician cycles to hospital in labor, gives birth

New Zealand Member of Parliament Julie Anne Genter got on her bicycle early on Sunday and headed to the hospital. She was already in labor, and she gave birth an hour later.
Tags: Cnn, New Zealand, Julie Anne Genter


Tonga’s drug crisis: Why a tiny Pacific island is struggling with a meth epidemic

Spike in drug use has caused problems across Tongan society, with arrests doubling in two years and children severely affectedAfter more than four decades spent living in New Zealand, Ned Cook knew it was time to return to his home country of Tonga.His country was in the grip of a methamphetamine epidemic that was ripping families apart and overrunning the country’s hospitals and jails. Cook, a trained drug and alcohol abuse counsellor, with a history of drug abuse himself, had been preparing fo...
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Patel takes five wickets as India fight back against New Zealand

Axar Patel take 5-62 as India's spinners put in a fine performance to fight back on day three of the first Test against New Zealand in Kanpur.
Tags: News, India, New Zealand, Patel, Axar Patel


New Zealand: Business Requirements For Vaccinated Workforce And Customers - Envoy Global, Inc.

The government of New Zealand announced the My Vaccine Pass that will be required in order to enter some businesses beginning 3 Dec. 2021.
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The era of Judith ‘Crusher’ Collins ends in a blaze of fury

Known for her political ruthlessness and a fondness for going on the offensive, Collins was unable to unite the caucus behind herIn the end, Judith Collins’s tenure at the top of the National Party ended on the same notes that have sounded throughout her political career: fighting words, a refusal to back down, and one last attempt at crushing a foe.The MP, nicknamed “Crusher” for a policy that physically crushed the cars of traffic-code-violating ‘boy racers’, was never one to walk away from a ...
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New Zealand fight back against India in first Test

Seamer Tim Southee took 5-69 and openers Will Young and Tom Latham hit unbeaten half-centuries as New Zealand fought back on day two of the first Test against India in Kanpur.
Tags: News, India, New Zealand, Tim Southee, Tom Latham


New Zealand: New Entry Rules For Travelers Arriving From Australia - Envoy Global, Inc.

The government of New Zealand will allow fully vaccinated New Zealand citizens, residence-class visa holders and other eligible travelers to travel to New Zealand from Australia...
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