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2 November 2017 5:56 AM Singapore Airlines upgrades first class suites to maintain its premium allure

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore Airlines Ltd (SIAL.SI) unveiled one of the world’s most luxurious first class offerings for the Airbus A380, as part of an $850 million product investment as it tries to retain premium customers amid tough competition from industry rivals. The spacious suites on its A380 will rival those of Middle Eastern rivals Etihad 527

1 November 2017 4:02 PM A green park on top of a carpark (!) and other remarkable plans for the Auckland port

Ports of Auckland has released its brand new long-term plans. Simon Wilson is impressed, but also not impressed. The cars are moving off the finger wharves. Hallelujah. And instead of spreading over every inch of available wharf space, most of them will be contained in a remarkable, brand-new carpark building. With a green park on top. That’s the biggest 240

26 October 2017 12:06 AM Senior North Korean official warns the U.S. should take threat to detonate hydrogen bomb 'literally'

A North Korean foreign minister has warned that a possible atmospheric nuclear test over the Pacific Ocean should be taken 'literally'. Ri Yong Pil, a senior diplomat in North Korea's Foreign Ministry, made the strong statement during an interview with CNN. 'The foreign minister is very well aware of the intentions of our supreme leader, so I think you should 115

16 October 2017 12:18 PM Baggage handler caught stealing from luggage

Abdullah was filmed unzipping bags and looking inside them Footage shows an airport baggage handler in Thailand rifling through luggage before stealing a Bluetooth speaker. Abdullah Hayee Mayeh, 27, had been employed by an agency when he was supposed to be loading suitcases onto the flight from Phuket to Singapore. But security staff at the airport filmed 68

1 October 2017 7:43 PM No Laughing Matter: Why Trump’s Words on North Korea Matter

Tweeting from his golf resort in New Jersey on Sunday morning, the President of the United States disparaged the effort to find a diplomatic solution to the nuclear standoff with North Korea. “I told Rex Tillerson, our wonderful Secretary of State, that he is wasting his time trying to negotiate with Little Rocket Man,” Donald Trump wrote, using the nickname 59

25 September 2017 8:49 PM Fuel crisis easing at Auckland airport

Airlines are now able to uplift 80% of their usual jet fuel allocations at Auckland airport, with signs that the crisis caused by the severing of a fuel pipeline is starting to ease. New Zealand energy minister Judith Collins says that a replacement of the damaged part of the pipeline from the Marsden Point refinery to the airport’s fuel farm has been completed 120

22 September 2017 9:43 PM More international flights cancelled

International travelers booked on four flights out of Auckland are the latest victims of the fuel crisis. A spokeswoman for Auckland Airport told the New Zealand Herald that four international flights had been cancelled on Saturday due to a shortage of fuel caused by a rupture on the pipeline used to transport fuel from Northland to Auckland 49

22 September 2017 12:28 AM Jet fuel allocations at Auckland Airport increased

Airlines' jet fuel allocations at Auckland International Airport have been increased today, with fewer cancelled flights and Wynyard Wharf set to receive drop-offs this weekend, says Energy Minister Judith Collins. Carriers' fuel allocations have been raised to 50 percent normal from 30 percent rationing and just seven flights are expected to be cancelled 109

19 September 2017 8:05 PM Auckland Fuel Crisis Day 7: What you need to know

Almost a week after the pipeline between Marsden Point refinery and petrol company-owned Wiri storage depot failed, Refining NZ says it has reached a watershed moment in its repairs. In its latest update, the company says, “The positive news is that the engineering team is getting on with the repair of the pipe, having completed the first of four major 93

19 September 2017 7:38 AM New Zealand officials cancel flights due to fuel shortage

New Zealand officials cancel flights due to fuel shortage New Zealand's lawmakers and public employees were told Tuesday to cancel all nonessential flights to and from Auckland as a fuel shortage at the nation's largest airport continued to disrupt the travel plans of thousands of people. The main pipeline that carries jet fuel to Auckland Airport ruptured 100