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  • Volatility in last of debates

    20 September 2017 6:17 PM

    The final leaders debate between Prime Minister Bill English and Labour leader Jacinda Ardern reflected the final 1News Colmar Brunton poll in volatility. At times, Ms Ardern was scoring well ahead of Mr English in the 1News debate, particularly on health where the Prime Minister failed to explain adequately the question posed to him on why so many Southern

  • Davao City mayor: No classes in all levels

    20 September 2017 6:04 PM

    DAVAO City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio suspended classes on Wednesday, September 20, on all levels for private schools as Malacañang already suspended classes on all levels for public schools. The two separate proclamations thus means there will be no classes on all levels in both public and private schools in Davao City on Thursday, September 21. "Since

  • Hamilton urged to give up cars

    20 September 2017 5:38 PM

    Use the bus, walk, cycle or carpool on Friday - that's the message from Hamilton City Council for World Car-Free Day. The council's transportation manager Jason Harrison says World Car-Free Day is about his council and Waikato Regional Council educating the public. "The day is a chance for both councils to educate people about the importance of giving

  • The Contradiction Buried in Trump’s Iran and North Korea Policies

    20 September 2017 1:54 PM

    The lesson that the North Koreans would take away from the Iran deal, they say, is that the United States can be rolled. The Iran deal is not a permanent solution to the Iranian nuclear problem, they argue, but just a temporary fix. After 15 years, many of the limits on the production of nuclear material will be lifted, even if inspection requirements

  • Retain buy on LIC Housing, see stable loan growth; asset quality to improve: Axis Cap

    20 September 2017 11:37 AM

    Broking and financial services firm Axis Capital has maintained a buy on LIC Housing Finance and expects a target price of Rs 790. The broking firm is of the view that loan growth of the company will remain stable at 15 percent while its asset quality is set to improve. Margin of LIC Housing Finance is likely to bottom out in Q2FY18 with pressure on yields

  • Rescuers in desperate search for girl as Mexico quake toll hits 225

    20 September 2017 9:51 AM

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Rescuers frantically worked to dig a young girl out from under the rubble of a partially collapsed school on Wednesday, a small glimmer of hope amid devastation from a major earthquake that killed at least 225 people across central Mexico. Television network Televisa broadcast the dramatic rescue attempt live after crews at the school

  • Mexico earthquake: Many children killed at primary school

    20 September 2017 9:51 AM

    At least 30 people, mostly children, died at a primary school which collapsed in Mexico City during Tuesday's earthquake, local media say. The shallow, 7.1 magnitude quake killed at least 225 people in total and caused major damage across states in the centre of the country. Dozens of buildings were toppled, much of the electricity supply was cut and broken

  • Strong quake near Mexico City kills at least 226, rescuers dig through collapsed buildings

    20 September 2017 9:51 AM

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Rescue crews and ordinary citizens searched through rubble for survivors as night fell on Tuesday on battered cities in central Mexico, including the capital, where the death toll from a major earthquake grew to at least 226. The magnitude 7.1 quake toppled dozens of buildings, broke gas mains and sparked fires less than two weeks

  • Australian school discriminated against turban-wearing boy

    20 September 2017 8:46 AM

    An Australian school discriminated against a five-year-old Sikh boy when it prevented his enrolment because he wore a turban, a tribunal has found. The uniform policy of Melton Christian School in Melbourne prohibits non-Christian head coverings for boys. But the boy's father, Sagardeep Singh Arora, argued that not letting him wear the patka, a child's

  • Final debate just a shouting match

    20 September 2017 8:05 AM 1

    After a promising start, the final leaders' debate between Prime Minister Bill English and Labour's Jacinda Ardern descended into a pointless shouting match over policy details. The 1News debate, hosted by Mike Hosking, started promisingly with both Mr English and Ms Ardern giving each other space to talk about their policies and aims. Once it got to a discussion