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New Zealand Government Puts Immediate Ban on Guns Used in Mosque Attack

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced an immediate ban Thursday on semi-automatic and automatic weapons like the ones used in the attacks on two mosques...

4,000 Viewed NZ Mosques Shootings Live, Claims Facebook

Facing the flak over its inability to spot and remove the livestreaming of New Zealand mosque's shooting, Facebook on Tuesday said 4,000 people viewed it before being taken...

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Claims, “Within 10 Days Of This Horrific Act Of Terrorism We Will Have Announced Reforms Which Will, I...

Residents of Christchurch, New Zealand, have returned to work and school, but the city of nearly 400,000 is still coming to grips with the...

New Zealand Firms to Pull Ads From Facebook, Google

A collective of some of New Zealand's biggest companies is set to pull ads from Facebook and Google in the wake of the March 15 Christchurch mosques shootings in which...

New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Claims, Cabinet Has Given Nod to Reform Gun Law

New Zealand's prime minister said Monday that her cabinet has made decisions about the reform of gun laws, following Friday's massacre at two mosques...

White House Condemns Any Link of President Donald Trump to Accused New Zealand Shooter

The White House on Sunday rejected any attempt to link President Donald Trump to the white supremacist accused of gunning down 50 people at...

Mass Shooting in New Zealand: Facebook Still Working to Remove All Videos

Facebook is continuing to work to remove all video of the mass shooting in New Zealand which the perpetrator livestreamed Friday, the company said...

Planning A Major Vigil And Memorial, Place to Grieve for Shaken Christchurch Residents

Residents here are struggling to make sense of Friday’s attacks that took place at two mosques, claimed at least 50 lives, left an equal...

What We Know So Far About the New Zealand Mosque Attack

The victims Forty-nine people were killed Friday in shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, that Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called "an extraordinary act...

New Zealand to Ban Smoking in Cars with Children

The New Zealand government said on Sunday that it will ban smoking in cars with children. Once the legislation is approved by Parliament, the police will be able...

After Being Stranded, 145 Pilot Whales Die In New Zealand

About 145 pilot whales died in New Zealand after being stranded during the weekend on Stewart Island in the extreme south of the country, officials said on Monday. A hiker alerted authorities...

Planning to move Abroad for Higher Education? Here is a list of 5 Most Affordable Destinations to Study Abroad

Planning to move abroad for higher education? Access to education is one of the most basic rights of people across the world. However, when it...

These 2 Indian Families Have Kept Their Culture Alive in Timaru City of New Zealand

The South Canterbury Indian Cultural Society bagged the award for arts and culture by the Trustpower Timaru District Community Awards Very few Indians...

Indians Among Top Asylum Seekers in the World: International Migration Outlook 2017 Report

The International Migration Outlook 2017 report concludes that asylum seekers from India are among the highest in the world New Zealand has been...

Italy’s Recipe for Success: Creating official “Made in Italy” Logo to Defend Country’s finest Food Exports

MILAN, June 6, 2017: For the Italian government, it seemed like a recipe for success: create an official "Made in Italy" logo to defend the...

Deaths related to Heart Disease go up around Christmas: Here is why!

Melbourne, Dec 23, 2016: Deaths related to heart disease go up around Christmas and they are not because of the cold winter season when...

An Indian Christian Evangelist denied Refugee Status in New Zealand, likely to be Deported

Wellington, November 24, 2016: An Indian Christian evangelist in New Zealand will be deported despite his claims that “Hindu extremists” in India have threatened to...

If Gods can be gay, why can’t we? Maori author Witi Ihimaera is a moving force in giving voice to Maoris in New Zealand

- by Preetha Nair Sept 04, 2016: Aboriginal, litterateur, and rebel, Witi Ihimaera is a moving force in giving voice to the Maoris in New...

Will plain packaging help in reducing tobacco smoking?

Almost 6 million people a year die prematurely from tobacco-related illnesses In 2012, Australia became the first country to introduce plain packaging of...

Indian restaurant’s property seized in NZ for tax fraud

Auckland: Indian restaurant Chain Masala got into trouble for tax fraud. The New Zealand police seized its 33 properties worth $34 million. It is considered...

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