Monthly Archives: June 2015

Independent consultant says military impact statement ‘inadequate’

Independent consultant says military impact statement ‘inadequate’

An independent consultant says the environmental impact statement for the United States military training in the Northern Marianas is “woefully inadequate”. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Marine Fisheries report says ‘accidental kills’ estimated by the Navy will not destroy ...

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Greek PM hints he’ll quit if people back bailout offer

Greek PM hints he’ll quit if people back bailout offer

Alexis Tsipras could quit as Greek prime minister if the country votes for a bailout proposal he rejected. European leaders made clear they could yet save Greece from economic chaos, but there would need to be a political earthquake in ...

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More tickets coming for Super Rugby final

More tickets coming for Super Rugby final

Up to 5000 more tickets will be made available for Saturday night’s Super Rugby final between the Hurricanes and Highlanders in Wellington after the first allotment sold out in under a minute. The tickets went on sale at 4pm yesterday ...

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CNMI to start consultations on same-sex ruling

CNMI to start consultations on same-sex ruling

The Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas government is looking at changing its laws to bring the territory in line with the United States’ Supreme Court decision on same sex marriage. The court voted five to four last week that the ...

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The very big risks of the Greek debt crisis

The very big risks of the Greek debt crisis

Greece is spiraling ever deeper into a financial and political crisis that could end with it becoming the first country to crash out of the euro. That’s not going to spell the end of the European Union — after all, ...

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10 new caps in Maori All Blacks side

10 new caps in Maori All Blacks side

The Chiefs midfielder Charlie Ngatai will again captain the Maori All Blacks rugby side, which features 10 new caps, in next month’s matches against Fiji and the New Zealand Barbarians. The squad was named this morning in Wellington and includes ...

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Samoa launches private sector union

Samoa launches private sector union

Samoa’s first union for workers in the private sector says it’s aiming to improve working conditions and workers’ relationships with employers. NZ Labour MP, Su’a William Sio, sitting next to Associate Minister, Patea Tasi Patea at the Samoa First Union ...

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