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23 September 2017 11:53 PM Pipeline repair fixes NZ jet fuel shortage

The main pipeline that delivers jet fuel to New Zealand's largest airport in Auckland is operational again after a rupture was repaired. That should soon end a fuel shortage that has caused about 140 flights to be cancelled and disrupted the plans of thousands of travellers. Pipeline owners Refining New Zealand says the first batch of fuel to travel

23 September 2017 10:09 PM Trump insults make rocket attack 'inevitable': N Korea

Pyongyang's FM makes remarks in response to US President Donald Trump calling Pyongyang's leader 'rocket man'. North Korea has warned that US President Donald Trump's bellicose remarks against the Asian country and its leader will make the US mainland an "inevitable" target for rocket strikes. North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Hong remarks on Saturday

23 September 2017 6:43 PM North Korean Minister Says Trump Is the One on a Suicide Mission

North Korea’s foreign minister unleashed a torrent of criticism at the United Nations General Assembly in response to President Donald Trump’s speech at the same venue, saying Pyongyang is ready for a preemptive nuclear attack if needed. Ri Yong Ho’s comments came hours after U.S. Air Force bombers flew over international waters east of North Korea

22 September 2017 11:25 PM PAL reschedules several flights to New Zealand, Australia

Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) announced the rescheduling of several flights to New Zealand and Australia because of the ongoing repair of an aviation fuel pipeline at the Auckland airport in New Zealand. However, PAL said in a statement, its operations “remain unhampered” in Auckland and in Cairns, Australia, which is the airline’s hub in Australia 1

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 1

22 September 2017 1:30 PM UPDATE 1-Australia's Fairfax Media gets approval to vote on Domain separation

Sept 22 (Reuters) - Fairfax Media on Friday said it received approval by an Australian court to hold a shareholders meeting to vote on the separation and listing of its classified ads business for properties, Domain Holdings Australia Ltd. If the separation is approved in the Nov. 2 meeting, shareholders would receive one Domain share for every 10 Fairfax 1

22 September 2017 3:41 AM Pacific companies to promote products at Coffee and Chocolate Show

Wilex Samoa, a 100% locally owned family business, is showcase its delicately crafted KOKO LOA brand of chocolates. The KOKO LOA is a new boutique cocoa brand that proudly celebrates its Samoan origins. Elife’s Samoa Wild Tumeric is another Samoan product that will be promoted at the show this weekend. Rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties 3

22 September 2017 3:41 AM Solomons chocolate to feature in NZ show Featured font size + –

Pacific Trade & Invest (PTI) New Zealand will host Samoa’s Koko Loa and ELife, Tonga’s Tupuaga Coffee, Solomons Gold from the Solomon Islands, Paradise Foods from Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu’s Tanna Coffee in a specially designed Pacific-themed stand titled the ‘Pacific Hub’ at the two-day show, on September 23 and 24 at The Cloud on Quay Street. The featured 3

22 September 2017 12:44 AM Update on Marsden Point pipeline disruption

Fuel allocations to airlines at Auckland Airport have been increased and flight schedules are returning to normal, as the fuel pipeline repair is on track to be completed well before school holidays begin, says Energy and Resources Minister Judith Collins. “Auckland Airport is returning to business as usual, with the expected number of cancellations 2

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 3