Monthly Archives: June 2014

Luis Suarez apologises, vows to never bite again

Luis Suarez apologises, vows to never bite again

Luis Suarez issued an apology to Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini for biting him during a World Cup match and vowed today never to do it again. The Uruguay striker was banned for four months from all football by FIFA for ...

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France down Nigeria to reach final eight

France down Nigeria to reach final eight

Paul Pogba scored with a late header to finally break Nigeria’s stubborn resistance and Joseph Yobo added an own-goal as France won 2-0 to reach the World Cup quarterfinals this morning. Nigeria goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama had just made a superb ...

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Black Caps secure historic series win in the West Indies

Black Caps secure historic series win in the West Indies

The Black Caps have created history by winning their second ever Test series in the West Indies today. On a topsy-turvy final day, Brendon McCullum’s team joined the class of 2002 as they won the third and deciding Test at Bridgetown ...

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Strong quakes between Tonga, Fiji, Samoa

Strong quakes between Tonga, Fiji, Samoa

A strong 6.7-magnitude earthquake struck off the South Pacific islands of Wallis and Futuna in the early hours of Monday, following another powerful earthquake off Tonga. The United States Geological Survey says the latest quake hit at 5:15 am local ...

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Official: North Korea launches 2 projectiles into sea

Official: North Korea launches 2 projectiles into sea

North Korea fired two projectiles Sunday that “appear to be short-range missiles” into the sea off the eastern coast of the Korean Peninsula, a South Korean Defense Ministry official told CNN. The launch took place shortly before 5 a.m. (4 ...

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Gunfire injures 9 people on Bourbon Street in New Orleans

Gunfire injures 9 people on Bourbon Street in New Orleans

Gunfire struck nine people on Bourbon Street in New Orleans early Sunday, police spokesman Frank Robertson said. The shooting happened at 2:45 a.m. in the French Quarter. Initial reports had indicated that seven people were injured in the incident. Superintendent ...

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Vanuatu NGO celebrates 25 years

Vanuatu NGO celebrates 25 years

The Vanuatu theatre group, Wan Smolbag, celebrates 25 years of work in the arts and in the community this week. The group began with a small band of actors and now produces plays, films, CDs, television and teaching resources that ...

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Fishy plans in Vanuatu’s Port Vila

Fishy plans in Vanuatu’s Port Vila

A Vanuatu businessman says a proposal to unload Chinese fishing vessels in the middle of Port Vila habour will have a negative impact on tourism and poses a threat to the environment. The manager of Total Marine Solutions, Peter Wederell, ...

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