Australian Journalist Avi Yemini released from custody following arrest

Australian Journalist Avi Yemini released from custody following arrest

Journalist Avi Yemini, the Australian Rebel News reporter, was released from custody following his arrest at Melbournes’ Invasion Day Rally while reporting and doing his job. In a tweet, Mr Yemini wrote: “It’s been a long day, to say the least.” — while holding a glass of red wine. “Tomorrow...

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PM Jacinda Ardern gives brief Vaccine update on Instagram Live

PM Jacinda Ardern gives brief Vaccine update on Instagram Live

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern sneakily gave a brief update on Instagram Live on Tuesday evening, detailing Vaccines and COVID-19.   More to come soon…   Image/Video: SUPPLIED/Jacinda Ardern (Instagram)

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Australian Journalist Avi Yemini arrested for reporting at Invasion Day Rally

Australian Journalist Avi Yemini arrested for reporting at Invasion Day Rally

Journalist Avi Yemini, the Australian reporter for Rebel News, has been arrested for allegedly breaching the peace while reporting at Melbournes’ Invasion Day Rally on Tuesday. A video surfaced online to the Rebel News YouTube channel of Yemini recording in the back of a police vehicle. “I am right now...

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‘Media Lies’ – Activists wave placards behind Newshub reporter

‘Media Lies’ – Activists wave placards behind Newshub reporter

Activists gathered behind a Newshub reporter live on January 24 holding placards and waving signs that detail opposition to lockdowns and vaccines. According to the group behind it right after the Ministry of Health announced a new Community Case in Northland, they set out to do a protest at one...

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President Joe Biden reverses Trump’s 2017 Transgender Military Member ban

President Joe Biden reverses Trump’s 2017 Transgender Military Member ban

President Joe Biden has repealed former President Trump’s ban on transgender military members. According to the White House, Biden signed an executive order that set the policy for all Americans who are qualified to serve in the Armed Forces of the United States to be able to serve. “President Biden...

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Billy Te Kahika tells Followers to go Panic Shopping over Community Case

Billy Te Kahika tells Followers to go Panic Shopping over Community Case

Billy Te Kahika went on a bandwagon of fear over a COVID-19 case by encouraging his followers to go panic shopping ‘calmly’ right after the Community Case was announced. This does more harm than any good. A Community Case was identified in Northland as a 56-year-old woman. The woman used...

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National: Government needs to tighten up Managed Isolation Facilities

National: Government needs to tighten up Managed Isolation Facilities

National COVID-19 Response spokesperson Chris Bishop says the Government should be launching an urgent review of its MIQ facilities. The review would focus on mingling between groups of people who are staying at the facilities. “News that the South African variant of Covid-19 has made it into the community is...

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LIVE: PM Jacinda Ardern speaks to New Zealand following COVID-19 update

LIVE: PM Jacinda Ardern speaks to New Zealand following COVID-19 update

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern spoke to New Zealand in an evening Livestream following a Community Case in Northland that is under investigation.     Video/Image: SUPPLIED/Jacinda Ardern

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David Seymour: Northland COVID-19 Community Case location delay is ‘reckless’

David Seymour: Northland COVID-19 Community Case location delay is ‘reckless’

ACT Leader David Seymour says New Zealand should avoid having to go into another Alert Level Lockdown over the recent Northland Community Case announcement. “If today’s probable case of Covid-19 in Northland turns out to be community transmission the Government’s overarching objective must be avoiding another lockdown,” said Seymour. Seymour...

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Impeachment Trial for Donald J. Trump to begin in second week of February

Impeachment Trial for Donald J. Trump to begin in second week of February

The Senate impeachment trial for Donald J. Trump on charges of incitement of insurrection for the Capitol riot that happened on January 6 will begin on the first day of February’s second week. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer made the announcement of the schedule on Friday evening. An agreement was...

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