Monthly Archives: November 2015

NGO calls for rethink on Bougainville mining law

NGO calls for rethink on Bougainville mining law

An Australian non-government organisation and the government in the Papua New Guinea region of Bougainville are still at loggerheads over the merits of the region’s new mining laws. Jubilee Australia was highly critical of the Bougainville Mining Act earlier this ...

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Arsenal miss a chance, draw with Norwich

Arsenal miss a chance, draw with Norwich

Arsenal missed the chance to heighten the congestion at the top of the English Premier football League when a 1-1 draw at Norwich City saw them fail to join leaders Manchester City and Leicester City. Arsene Wenger’s side had looked ...

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Trump on Muslim claim: ‘I’m not going to take it back’

Trump on Muslim claim: ‘I’m not going to take it back’

Donald Trump is insisting he was right that thousands of Muslim-Americans in New Jersey celebrated 9/11, despite being confronted with lack of evidence he’s correct. For the second weekend, the Republican presidential front-runner repeated his assertion, despite city leaders and ...

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Parker title fight not be far away

Parker title fight not be far away

The Joseph Parker camp feels a world title fight may not be too far away for the New Zealand boxer. Joseph Parker after winning his bout with Jason Pettaway in March this year. Tyson Fury’s upset win over Wladimir Klitschko ...

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New clues in hunt for Nefertiti’s tomb

New clues in hunt for Nefertiti’s tomb

Egyptologists are optimistic that a second chamber may soon be found behind King Tutankhamun’s tomb, based on results of scans from the Valley of the Kings that were announced Saturday. One archaeologist has speculated that if the second chamber exists, ...

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McCullum says umpire’s call did affect game

McCullum says umpire’s call did affect game

The umpiring blunder on day two of the third Test against Australia did have a bearing on the game, says New Zealand cricket captain Brendon McCullum. The Australian cricketers sealed a tense win in the inaugural day/night test in Adelaide ...

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Niue still on warning as cyclone nears

Niue still on warning as cyclone nears

Niue is still on alert as Cyclone Tuni moves closer in an easterly direction. The government issued an alert over the weekend for residents to board up their homes and stock up on supplies, after the category one cyclone caused ...

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Pope Francis to start first day in Uganda with Mass for martyrs

Pope Francis to start first day in Uganda with Mass for martyrs

Pope Francis begins his first full day in Uganda on Saturday — a country whose legal stance against homosexuality does not mirror his message of tolerance. On homosexuality: Uganda’s religious leaders Francis began, unsurprisingly, on a positive note. “The world ...

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