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Police still searching for boy, 9, missing in TawaPolice still searching for boy, 9, missing in Tawa

Credit: New Zealand Herald - Published 2 hours ago
Wellington Police are still searching for a missing 9-year-old boy in Tawa overnight.Xion Flaws was last seen on Greer Cres in Tawa at around 8pm last night and police and his family have serious concerns for his safety. He... »more

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PEOPLE

David Cormack: National needs to learn to care about people

David Cormack: National needs to learn to care about people
COMMENT: It has not been a good week for the National Party. It has revealed a craven history of enabling alleged harassment and bullying, making it unfit for governing.Jami-Lee Ross is now in a mental health facility , getting...
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WILSON

'Amazing man': Tributes flow for dead boatie Alan Wilson

'Amazing man': Tributes flow for dead boatie Alan Wilson
Tributes are flowing for a Queenstown man found dead in Lake Wakatipu yesterday.Family gathered at Frankton Marina late yesterday morning as a body believed to be that of 63-year-old Alan Wilson was retrieved from near his boat.Members...
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HAMILTON

Wanted man in stolen Holden leads cops on pursuit from Hamilton to Thames

Wanted man in stolen Holden leads cops on pursuit from Hamilton to Thames
A fleeing driver led Police on an hour-long car chase starting in Hamilton and ending in a ditch 100km away on the outskirts of Thames.Police started chasing the black Holden VT Commodore on State Highway 26 in Hillcrest at 1.20pm...
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TAIWAN

Taiwan Train Crash Kills at Least 17 and Injures Over 100 Others

The train derailed in Yilan County, in the northeast, government officials said. About 310 people were reported to be on board.
Credit: NYTimes.com - Published

 
DEMOCRATS
Will the US change its China policy if the Democrats win the midterms or is that ‘wishful thinking’ from Beijing?
The US is unlikely to see a shift in its China policy even if the Democrats win next month’s midterm elections, diplomatic observers have said, warning Beijing against “wishful thinking” on the issue. Zhao Quansheng, director of the Centre for Asian Studies at American University in Washington,..
Credit: S.China Morning Post - Published

 
CANADA
Canada installs Chinese underwater monitoring devices next to US nuclear submarine base
While the eyes of the world have been on the strategic tussle between Beijing and Washington in the South China Sea, Chinese scientists, with the help of the Canadian authorities, have succeeded in positioning four monitoring devices in waters just 300km (186 miles) off the United States’ Pacific..
Credit: S.China Morning Post - Published






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