March For Life 2020: Woman describes her perspective of Pro-life & Chinese Communist Party

March For Life 2020: Woman describes her perspective of Pro-life & Chinese Communist Party

During the March For Life 2020 protest, which took place on Dec. 5 amassing roughly a thousand activists opposing abortion reform, a woman named Diana Liu spoke about her perspective of the Pro-life movement and the Chinese Communist Party. Diana Liu was asked about her definition of the Pro-life movement....

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Damage of Ambulance that flipped after vehicle failed to giveway

Damage of Ambulance that flipped after vehicle failed to giveway

Waikato Police revealed an image showing a St John Ambulance flipped on its roof, which was caused by a vehicle that failed to giveaway. The incident happened on Ngarongo Street in Te Kuiti at around 3:35 pm on Oct. 29. In a statement: “This crash reminds us of the importance...

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Consumers warned to take a ‘second look’ at Toys and Bikes they purchase this Christmas

Consumers warned to take a ‘second look’ at Toys and Bikes they purchase this Christmas

This Christmas, the Commerce Commission is warning and urging customers to take a ‘second look’ at the toys and bikes they are looking to purchase. Four companies were initially warned over product safety — those are, HMH International Limited (Gift House), Jay International Limited (123 Dollar Store Huntly), Mighty Ape...

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3 new cases of COVID-19 reported in managed isolation

3 new cases of COVID-19 reported in managed isolation

There are 3 new cases of COVID-19 to report today in managed isolation. There are no new cases reported in the community. Two of the three cases are active, while the third is a historical case. The first case arrived on December 7. The Ministry has said that the country...

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University of Otago postpones Graduation Ceremony due to ‘security threat’

University of Otago postpones Graduation Ceremony due to ‘security threat’

The University of Otago has postponed today’s graduations due to a ‘threat’ that was sent to them earlier in the week electronically. A statement reads: “Earlier this week the University electronically received a threat to its upcoming graduation ceremonies. Today, two graduations were planned to go ahead at 1 pm...

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Police arrest two following fatal house fire at Cockle Bay that killed one

Police arrest two following fatal house fire at Cockle Bay that killed one

Police conducted a homicide investigation into the death of Wiremu Arapo in Cockle Bay, which resulted in two arrests. Wiremu Arapo was aged 27. Detectives jointly charged two 32-year-old men for Mr Arapo’s murder. Both men are due to appear in Manukau District Court today. Police say that at this...

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Two Thugs arrested and charged after Police locate Drugs and Firearms, Auckland

Two Thugs arrested and charged after Police locate Drugs and Firearms, Auckland

Police have charged and arrested two men after large amounts of drugs and firearms were located following search warrants at two separate Auckland properties yesterday. Officers from the National Organised Crime Group carried out search warrants at properties located in Greenlane and Herne Bay, after an investigation, which suspected there...

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Police locate body of missing Torbay man, Auckland

Police locate body of missing Torbay man, Auckland

Police have located the body of missing Athol Charlton, who is also known as Rob in Torbay, Auckland. The man, aged 58, went missing from his home on Torbay after leaving it at around 9:45 pm on Sunday, he did not return. He was last reported leaving his address in...

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