Donald J. Trump makes first comments since leaving Office

Donald J. Trump makes first comments since leaving Office

On Friday former President, Donald J. Trump, made his first public comment since leaving office. Trump told Rob Crilly of the Washington Examiner on Friday that he will be making a comeback but did not exactly describe what that would be — “We’ll do something, but not just yet,” he...

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Build Back Better: Cost of living rises for poor Households making them poorer

Build Back Better: Cost of living rises for poor Households making them poorer

The cost of living for the poorest households is rising according to figures from the Consumer Price Index (CPI) representing additions. It dramatically affects those who are on lower incomes which means the poor are becoming poorer. Economist Craig Renney says: “The cost of essential items like food and rent...

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White House YouTube channel unlists Biden speech video over alleged hacked audio

White House YouTube channel unlists Biden speech video over alleged hacked audio

The official YouTube channel of the White House published a live stream of remarks from President Joe Biden, within roughly a minute, alleged hacked audio plays over the feed. The video was made unlisted and remained as of this publication from being made public. Audio plays at one hour and...

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Sani Squad member spotted at Soundsplash event in Raglan

Sani Squad member spotted at Soundsplash event in Raglan

The Unite Against COVID-19 Social Media Instagram channel shared an image from user @jarredwilliams03, where a Sani Squad member was spotted at the Soundsplash event in Raglan Sani Squad members have been disbursed around New Zealand always on standby attending large summer weather events to help in stopping the COVID-19...

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9 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand at border in last two days

9 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand at border in last two days

There are 9 new cases of COVID-19 to report today in managed isolation. There are no new cases reported in the community. The first case arrived on January 7 from the United States and tested positive at around day 12 of routine testing. This person is staying at a quarantine...

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Police locate body of a Fisherman who went missing during August of 2020

Police locate body of a Fisherman who went missing during August of 2020

Police identified a body that was located washed up on a beach at Te Kawau Bay, Panui Island on January 16. A member of the public found the body at around 12:10 pm on Saturday. The body was identified as 33-year-old man, John Planas, who was reported as missing last...

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Billy Te Kahika’s odd $25,000 Guitar raffle giveaway

Billy Te Kahika’s odd $25,000 Guitar raffle giveaway

Online influencer Billy Te Kahika set up a viewable public group on Facebook for his most dedicated fans to chip in for a chance to win his famous American Fender Stratocaster Guitar. The group at the time of this publication had 13 members joined. Some members donated proceeds towards the...

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Three National Guard Members die following Helicopter Crash, New York

Three National Guard Members die following Helicopter Crash, New York

Thee National Guard members have reportedly died following a military UH-60 helicopter crash in upstate, New York, on Thursday. According to the New York National Guard, the helicopter was on a routine mission when it crashed around 6:30 pm (local time) in a rural town named Mendon near Rochester. Upon...

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New Zealand’s ACT Party welcomes Joe Biden Presidency

New Zealand’s ACT Party welcomes Joe Biden Presidency

ACT Foreign Affairs spokesperson Broke Van Veldon welcomed now-American President, Joe Biden, as the 46th transition from the 45th President, Donald J. Trump’s administration. “The ACT Party congratulates President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris on their inauguration today,” says ACT Foreign Affairs spokesperson Brooke van Velden. ACT hoped for...

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Open Letter: Questioning the Environmental Propaganda Narrative

Open Letter: Questioning the Environmental Propaganda Narrative

Accountability Investigator Mike ILES talks about the challenges he’s faced within Government suppression of legal challenges regarding 1080 poison, in hopes to stop aerial drops around New Zealand.     Image/Video: SUPPLIED/CC Sam Hudson

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