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1 November 2017 6:38 AM Rule of law: EP will be asked to take a position on situation in Malta

The European Parliament will not only debate the rule of law in Malta, but is expected to include a motion for a resolution on the subject. Greens MEP Sven Giegold told The Malta Independent that the plenary debate will most likely take place in the next Strasbourg session, and is thus far scheduled for 14 November. “The Parliament will not only discuss 196

1 November 2017 6:29 AM The Latest: Prosecutors say Manafort financial reports vary

Federal prosecutors have released new information about Paul Manafort’s financial holdings. The information comes one day after Manafort appeared in court on charges including money laundering and other financial crimes. In a court filing, the office of special counsel Robert Mueller says the precise value of Manafort’s assets is hard to quantify 241

1 November 2017 6:27 AM New York truck attack: Five Argentine friends killed

Five friends from Argentina were among those killed in a truck attack in New York on Tuesday. Eight people were killed and 11 injured when the driver of the truck hit people on a cycle path in Lower Manhattan. A 29-year-old man, reported to be an Uzbek immigrant, was shot and injured by police as he left the vehicle. US President Donald Trump has ordered 223

1 November 2017 6:21 AM New Zealand's Foreign Home Ownership Ban Won't Cause Price Collapse-Trade Min

WELLINGTON — New Zealand's proposal to ban foreigners from buying existing homes will not cause house prices to collapse, Trade Minister David Parker said on Wednesday, but it has to be fast tracked to beat restrictions in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal. The Labour government has said it will get the new crackdown into law in early 2018, in a move that will precede 202

1 November 2017 6:21 AM Foreign buyer ban 'too late'

Real estate agents who sell to Chinese buyers are saying the Government's foreign buyers ban is too late. Interest from China has already slumped, after banks tightened lending conditions. "The traffic from mainland China to visiting our website has dropped from 40 percent last September," HouGarden.com's Sam Yin said. "I think, last year, the big four banks 240

1 November 2017 5:35 AM Samoa vs Tonga match preview: Battle of the big fellas

As we enter Week 2 of the 2017 Rugby League World Cup, one game in particular jumps out at me as the obvious gem among this week’s contests. This match promises to be both an entertaining and brutal affair. And if history is anything to go by, it will go down to the wire. Based on form and results in the previous round, Tonga will go into this one as deserved 333

1 November 2017 5:12 AM Man jailed for child sex abuse material collection

An examination showed Alhisaynawi's computer and storage equipment contained 222,704 images and 10,340 movies of child sexual abuse. Most involved preteen children including toddlers and babies. He also had a paedophile's handbook, several hundred images of computer-generated child sexual abuse, and pictures and movies of adult objectionable material 199

1 November 2017 4:41 AM Flemington weather forecast: What will the weather be like on Melbourne Cup Day 2017?

THE RACE that stops a nation won’t be stopped by bad weather. Punters will be greeted with mild conditions at Flemington on Cup Day. READ THE FULL FORECAST Temperatures at Flemington are primed for a picnic, with dry conditions and a top of 20C. “We will have a belt of high pressure right across the southern part of the state, so we should see fairly 221

1 November 2017 4:37 AM Biggest cocaine seizure in NZ history

Customs and police were happy to talk about some of the details of New Zealand largest ever cocaine bust in Tauranga today, but not all questions were answered at the police and customs press conference this afternoon. The 46kg of cocaine with an estimated value of $20 million was hidden in what is believed to be the sea chest near the rudder of the Maersk 248

1 November 2017 3:53 AM Fatal crash in Oakleigh

Please attribute to Inspector Wayne Ewers, Road Policing Manager, Northland Police. Cordons on SH1 from this morning’s triple fatality crash will be lifted in the next 20 minutes. Police are working to clear the last of the debris from the road and anticipate the road will be reopened at approximately 4.20pm. We would like to thank all motorists for their 182