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According to a new CDC report, 15 people were hospitalised for methanol poisoning from May 1 to June 30 in Arizona and New Mexico.
John Key, who held the top job from 2008 to 2016, said it was ‘crazy’ to ban foreigners while letting New Zealanders come home from coronavirus hotspots.
The woman suffered a gash in the side of her head that required 15 stitches.
The New Zealand man called himself ‘Kiwipedo’ on the dark web and responded to an undercover agent’s offer to sell a child for sex.
Winston Peters, the country’s deputy prime minister and foreign affairs minister, has been accused of an abuse of power for sending the mother and daughter on the trip.
Andy Wan, originally from Hong Kong, says anger over the coronavirus is fuelling racial aggression against people with ‘an Asian face’.
Study finds that global warming will trigger larger and more frequent extreme waves over the next 80 years in the Southern Ocean.
He Sha had borrowed US$13,000 from a gang associate and was expected to return the favour, the court heard.
Foreign nationals travelling from Iran to Australia would need to spend 14 days in another country from March 1, the health minister said.
Some are claiming to be Korean, Japanese, or simply ‘Asian’, as clients give Chinese people a wide berth over coronavirus fears.
Twenty people were injured after the bus rolled near Queenstown in New Zealand’s South Island.
The 21-year-old Chinese woman’s enrolment at the University of Auckland was terminated after she made a suicide attempt triggered by an alleged rape.
Hebei Pangzai has amassed a following online from his drinking videos but New Zealanders insist credit for the ‘vortex’ should go to late comedian Johnny Danger.
The Howick councillor has lodged a complaint with the police alleging a racially motivated attack at the local body elections.
A video posted on social media shows three male mainland students at the University of Auckland arguing with a female student from Hong Kong, before insulting and shoving her.
Hengyi, developers of The Pacifica, granted an exemption by New Zealand’s Overseas Investment Office, allowing them to sell to foreigners
Australians and Singaporeans are exempt from the ban, while foreigners could still make limited investments in new apartments in large developments
New Zealand economists believe Auckland’s housing market could follow similar trends to major Australian cities and see prices start to slip