Friday, June 18, 2021

New Zealand

PM New Zealand tak setuju pembikinan filem serangan masjid, tumpu wataknya

Menurut Jacinda Ardern, kejadian serangan itu adalah kisah tentang komuniti dan keluarga mangsa serangan.

NZ prime minister pans mosque attacks film amid backlash

The National Islamic Youth Association meanwhile says the proposed film 'sidelines the victims and survivors and instead centres on the response of a white woman'.

NZ military called in as hundreds flee floods

Authorities have issued a rare 'red' weather warning and declared a state of emergency in the Canterbury region.

More than 100 asylum seekers in NZ locked up in prisons with hardened criminals

One man spent more than three years in a prison cell before being granted refugee status.

New Zealand tourism aims for more responsible return

There are calls to use the pandemic-enforced break in tourism as a chance to curb its impact.

NZ declines to call China’s Uighur treatment genocide

NZ foreign minister says Wellington only recognises a genocide when it has been defined as such by international courts.

New Zealand says differences with China becoming harder to reconcile

New Zealand was the first developed country to sign a free trade agreement with China.

NZ pauses travel bubble with Western Australia after virus case

The decision came after Western Australia announced that the regions of Perth and Peel were entering a three-day lockdown due to a traveller testing positive for Covid-19.

NZ confirms airport virus case, says travel bubble unaffected

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern also plays down concerns that the airport cleaner contracted the virus despite being fully vaccinated.

Hugs, tears as New Zealand-Australia travel bubble opens

For the first time in almost 400 days passengers can fly across the Tasman Sea without undergoing mandatory Covid-19 quarantine when they arrive.

NZ-Australia travel bubble to begin April 18

Qurantine-free travel between the two countries will begin in just under a fortnight.

New Zealand grants automatic paid leave after miscarriage

The leave extends to a woman's partner if she suffers a miscarriage, as well as to people who were attempting to have a child through surrogacy.

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