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13 September 2017 4:48 AM Tim Cook: iPhone X is the biggest leap forward since the original iPhone

CUPERTINO, UNITED STATES: Apple laid claim to the future of the smartphone Tuesday with a 10th anniversary iPhone X, touting the device as the next generation of mobile computing. The iPhone X was one of three new iPhone models unveiled at the first event at Apple's new "spaceship" campus, as the California tech giant sought to spark fresh momentum in a global 260

13 September 2017 3:56 AM Boks' recent record v All Blacks is pretty bleak!

Cape Town - The Springboks will be up against it when they face the All Blacks in a Rugby Championship Test in Albany on Saturday, if recent history is anything to go by. It’s often called rugby union’s greatest rivalry, but sadly from a South African perspective, the rivalry has been lopsided in recent times. Overall, the countries have played in 93 Tests 82

11 September 2017 8:49 PM Everything old is new again for America’s Cup

SAN DIEGO — Fast, foiling catamarans are out of the America’s Cup and monohulls are back in. America’s Cup champion Emirates Team New Zealand confirmed Monday that it is working on designs for a “high-performance” single-hulled boat to be used in the 36th edition of sailing’s marquee regatta in Auckland in early 2021. The Kiwis did not say whether the boats 62

10 September 2017 5:36 AM Five Questions To Consider Following The All Blacks’ Patchy Win Over Argentina

The spluttering All Black machine exploded into gear at about the 50-minute mark against Argentina thanks to its newest freak of nature, Vaea Fifita. From that point on, the All Blacks swept aside the brave Argentinians who had actually led by seven points just after half-time. 5. Will Anyone Stop All Blacks’ Terrifying Looking Bench At The Next World 53

9 September 2017 8:25 AM The New Generation Supergold Card

There is serious global stress out there which the old parties are not telling you about. They don’t want to remind you as to who it was that cobbled together our present economy which is such a fragile vessel in a turbulent sea of international competition. A number of international commentators point to an odd contradiction between financial markets 43

8 September 2017 12:45 AM Topshop's parent company has been placed in receivership in New Zealand

Business Insider Australia is the Australian edition of the world’s fastest-growing business news website, Business Insider. The company behind global fashion brand Topshop and Topman in New Zealand has been put into receivership. But the brand's two stores in Auckland and Wellington will remain open until a decision was made about their future ownership 66

7 September 2017 6:04 AM Topshop's New Zealand unit placed in receivership

Topshop's unit in New Zealand has been placed in receivership, just months after the Australian arm of the fashion retailer suffered a similar fate. Its two stores will stay open until a final decision is made on their ownership, said Top Retail Limited which runs the chain in New Zealand. Topshop's New Zealand and Australian businesses have struggled 65

7 September 2017 3:16 AM Scoop Business » Topshop operator calls in receivers as trading losses mount

Sept. 7 (BusinessDesk) – Top Retail, which operates New Zealand’s two Topshop and Topman branded stores, has been tipped into receivership due to the prospect of mounting losses in the face of increased competition, an environment that sunk its Australian counterpart in May. McGrathNicol’s Conor McElhinney and Kare Johnstone were today appointed receivers 80

5 September 2017 1:05 PM Indian universities fall behind in global rankings: Study

LONDON: India slipped in world university rankings as its share of such institutions marginally fell from 31 to 30 in the global 1,000 list topped by the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, according to a new assessment. The annual World University Rankings released by Times Higher Education found India's flagship Indian Institute of Science fell from previous 29

5 September 2017 2:58 AM Surprise! National can measure child poverty after all. Now comes the hard part

Prime Minister Bill English made an unexpected commitment last night to cut the number of kids living in poverty by 50,000 over the next three years, and another 50,000 in the three years following. What exactly does he mean by that, asks Max Rashbrooke – and could his plan ever even work? When Bill English announced in last night’s debate that National 33