domingo, 17 de janeiro de 2016

GLOBE NEWS ·NEW ZEALAND NEWS-Dame Kiri Te Kanawa's revelation stuns students at New Zealand Opera School.

GLOBE NEWS ·THE WASHINGTON POST- U.S. announces Iran sanctions over ballistic missiles

GLOBE NEWS ·AL JAZEERA NEWS-Iran rejoins world economy as sanctions are lifted

GLOBE NEWS ·canadian news-national post-Quebec family on humanitarian trip among six Canadians killed in Burkina Faso attack

GLOBE NEWS-UKRAINE NEWS-KYIVPOST-Ukraine’s trade ban with Crimea takes effect

GLOBE NEWS ·Hong Kong to host launch of UN fund to support Asian social enterprises, with a target of US$200m

GLOBE NEWS -IRELAND NEWS-THE IRISH TIMES-Islamic State ‘kills 300’ in Deir al-Zor - Syrian government

GLOBE NEWS ·CBS NEWS-At least 2 killed in tornadoes in central Florida

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Black Caps smash T20 record

Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson shared an unbroken stand of 171. Photo / Getty Images
New Zealand poleaxed Pakistan by 10 wickets and bagged a world record partnership into the bargain in levelling their three-game T20 series.
Updated 14 min ago

Fog chaos: 150m queues at airport

Queues at Auckland Domestic Airport today after fog disrupted flights in Wellington. Photo / Jane Phare
Heavy fog that affected flights to and from Wellington yesterday is set to cause delays today as well, as foggy conditions continue throughout the morning.

First rule of book club ...

Brad Pitt in the movie Fight Club ... book reading at the Dunedin central city library descended into similar scenes of violence. Photo / 20th Century Fox
Abusive library patrons mixing books, booze and brawling are partly to blame for more than 200 trespass notices issued in Dunedin since 2011.

National

Summer Herald

Where do lost jandals go?

10-year-old Luca and his family have collected abandoned jandals off Gisborne beaches for more than 10 years.

World

Business

Page 2: Marketing metal

Needing a last-minute advertising campaign? Chances are clients won't be top of the priority list this week, with most of the major advertising agencies having their…

Politics

Life & Style

Playground sunshade petition launched

More than 1000 people have signed a mother's petition urging councils to provide shade at playgrounds to protect kids from skin cancer and heat-related risks.

Video

Entertainment

Travel

My Holidays: Campbell Smith

How often do you travel? A lot, although it's mostly work-related. Rarely a month or two goes by without me changing countries. Living between Auckland and Los Angeles…

Opinion

Sport

Rugby

Sam Cane's time to shine

All Blacks flanker now facing the reality of the most unenviable role in New Zealand sport: filling the boots of one Richard Hugh McCaw 

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