Monthly Archives: June 2015

Cook Islands joins ILO

Cook Islands joins ILO

A Cook Islands union leader says the country becoming a member of the International Labour Organisation will lead to immediate benefits for workers. The Cook Islands became the 186th member of the United Nations body after a vote in Geneva ...

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The worst case if you invest in a hot stock market

The worst case if you invest in a hot stock market

“I’m your worst nightmare.” That’s what Sylvester Stallone’s Rambo tells his foes. In investing, most people think the equivalent torment is a dramatic stock market fall. It’s human nature to get antsy about when that next plunge could come, especially ...

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Reds withdraw contract offer to Cooper

Reds withdraw contract offer to Cooper

The New Zealand born Wallabies first five Quade Cooper is set to join the exodus of Australian players heading overseas after his Super Rugby side Queensland withdrew their offer of a contract extension. The Queensland Rugby Union CEO Jim Carmichael ...

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Al Jazeera journalist arrested in Berlin

Al Jazeera journalist arrested in Berlin

The Qatar-based Al Jazeera network is calling on German authorities to release a journalist arrested in Berlin and wanted in Egypt. Ahmed Mansour, a senior journalist for the network, was arrested at the airport in Berlin as he tried to ...

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Solomons watchdog calls for removal of Forestry Minister

Solomons watchdog calls for removal of Forestry Minister

A Solomon Islands corruption watchdog wants the Forestry Minister Bodo Dettke removed after allegations he granted exemptions to a family-owned logging company. Transparency Solomon Islands says Mr Dettke granted an Agro Forestry Exemption in April to Solomon Resources Management Ltd ...

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Black Caps captain mulling over one day future

Black Caps captain mulling over one day future

New Zealand cricket captain Brendon McCullum says he’ll take some time considering his one-day international future after the dramatic climax to a 3-2 series loss in England. McCullum has a long-standing back complaint and there has been speculation that, after ...

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All Black incumbents will be pushed – Hansen

All Black incumbents will be pushed – Hansen

The All Blacks coach Steve Hansen’s expecting his new outside backs named yesterday in the first 41-man squad of this World Cup year to put some real heat on the incumbents. Hansen’s sure the Highlanders right wing Waisake Naholo and ...

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Former White House chef missing for more than a week

Former White House chef missing for more than a week

Former White House executive chef Walter Scheib has been missing for more than a week after hiking a mountain trail alone in Taos, New Mexico. Scheib, who served under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, has been absent since ...

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American Samoa island looks to go fossil fuel free

American Samoa island looks to go fossil fuel free

The American Samoa island group of Manu’a is on track to be one of the world’s first fossil fuel-free islands, according to an official from a solar energy company. Pacific Solar Innovations incorporated has been awarded the contract for a ...

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