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Palmerston North ratepayers could face $1000 annual bill for new sewage treatment system

By RNZ Every ratepayer in Palmerston North could face an annual bill of at least $1000 for 30 years to fund a new sewage treatment system. It is a situation...

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Public health experts warn New Zealand is close to large measles epidemic, 1000 more children susceptible every month

New Zealand is “close to the tipping point” of unimmunised children that set off measles epidemics in previous years, public health experts have warned. In a...

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This Kawasaki Z1000 Became Much Tastier Infused With a Custom Dose of Caffeine

Gone are the Z1000’s standard overalls, replaced by a timeless outfit we can't seem to get enough of. But wait, there’s more

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Blue Carbon Natures Hidden Power

who's paying this project that we're about to go plant? do you know? (in english): weforest. who is weforest? (jayda, in english): weforest is a matchmaker hooking up businesses who want to reduce their carbon footprint with tree-planting projects around the world. i'm on the we forest website, and here are some of the investors. this is how it works: if a company emits 1000 tons of carbon, it can pay for an equal amount of carbon to be absorbed by projects like karim's. it's an industry that analysts believe is now worth 900 billion dollars. that sounds like a windfall. but think about this: the people i've been planting with are paid a few dollars a day,

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CBS Weekend News

also in march the average interest rate for a new car loan was more than 7%. used, nearly 12%. as for finding something affordable -- >> the 20,000 vehicle's dead. if you want a $20,000 vehicle, you're buying a used car. >> reporter: what will it take for prices to turn around? >> in the end if consumers don't buy, prices will come down. >> reporter: thinks may be turning around. beau boeckmann owns a car dealership group in los angeles where inventory has been sitting. >> now we're getting incentives back. most of our interest rates are between 2.9 and 0%. >> reporter: then the cost of insurance. the latest consumer price index shows a 22% increase over last year. >> safety features, do they affect insurance rates? >> there's backup cameras, there's sensors. all these things cost quite a bit more to repair, so a bumper went from being $1,000 repair to maybe a 10,000, $20,000 repair.

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Inside With Jen Psaki

they will say the gag order is unconstitutional, a violation of his first amendment right. these are imposed all the time in cases like this and, for the most important of reasons, so i think the argument is going nowhere. there's a $1000 fine, because what they want is a stern warning for trump that says if you do this again, you are going to jail and that is the ball game, what is the punishment going to be? >> that's another event to watch. let me come back, there's been reporting from the new york times that david packer is expected to be the first witness. lisa rubin predicted that and outlined why that would be the case. there's ongoing reporting and speculation about trump testifying. it seems like a disaster, as a nonlawyer, but explain to us what the prosecution may be thinking, if it's trump wanting

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BBC News

to the city of agadez earlier this month, where they demanded the departure of more than 1,000 us soldiers who were sent to niger to fight islamist militants. niger was a key security partner to us counter—terrorism operations in the sahel region, until its government was removed in a military coup lastjuly, straining ties between the two countries. last month, niger's suspended a military accord with the us, and has since welcomed russian military instructors and equipment. it is one of several west african countries where military leaders cut links with their traditional western allies while strengthening ties with russia. some people in niger say the us didn't do enough for their country. 0ur presences about the americans leaving. it is just about the americans leaving. they have been in our presence now and have been doing nothing.

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BBC News

that there has been a misuse of conservative party funds. mr menzies has strongly denied the claims. lancashire police has said it's reviewing information after the force was contacted by the labour chairwoman, annaliese dodds. british conductor sir andrew davis has died aged 80 from leukaemia. he was one of the longest—serving chief conductors of the bbc symphony orchestra. after retiring from the bbc in 2000, he moved with his wife to the us to with the lyric opera of chicago. thousands of people attended a vigil in sydney to remember those who were killed by a man with a knife last week. as the sun set on bondi beach, people lit candles in memory of the victims. six people were killed, including the mother of a nine—month old girl injured in the attack. 11 others were also hurt. you're live with bbc news. civilians in the north of niger celebrated reports that the united states is set to withdraw troops from two bases in the country — in consultation with the ruling military junta. hundreds of people marched to the city of agadez on april 13th, where they demanded the departure of more than 1,000 us soliders who were sent to niger to fight

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BBC News

people we have arrested with the powers that we passed. the labour party— powers that we passed. the labour party voted — powers that we passed. the labour party voted against that. those are very tangible to build difference. there's— very tangible to build difference. there's are new powers of the conservative party past that have led to _ conservative party past that have led to the — conservative party past that have led to the arrest of nearly 1000 people — led to the arrest of nearly 1000 people sentenced 500 years worth of 'ail people sentenced 500 years worth of jail time~ _ people sentenced 500 years worth of jail time. the labour party didn't 'ust jail time. the labour party didn't just sit— jail time. the labour party didn't just sit back, they voted against that and — just sit back, they voted against that and that is how us bring those numbers— that and that is how us bring those numbers down and save people's lives and it— numbers down and save people's lives and it was— numbers down and save people's lives and it was up— numbers down and save people's lives and it was up to them, those people down _ and it was up to them, those people down the _ and it was up to them, those people down the streets continuing to apply this trade _ down the streets continuing to apply this trade. thus the contrast with a general— this trade. thus the contrast with a general election comes. talk tv. the rwandan general election comes. talk tv. tue: rwandan president, you general election comes. talk tv. tt9: rwandan president, you met general election comes. talk tv. t19 rwandan president, you met him recently, he has said that money can be returned with the scheme doesn't work and we know there is a housing development with 70% of the housing element was originally meant to be first people sent to rwanda and you've talked about the uk side and a bit of the rwandan side. how confident are you that even though the migrants might be on board that the migrants might be on board that the rewind and still are? t met

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