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Rugby
Aug 15, 2022
Ian Foster's future with All Blacks in limbo despite win over Springboks
Ian Foster's future as head coach of New Zealand remained up in the air on Monday despite the All Blacks' impressive turnaround against South Africa in the Rugby Championship over the weekend.
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BUSINESS
Aug 8, 2022
Carbon prices in Asia are too cheap to help curb emissions
Asia is struggling to adopt ambitious pollution pricing instruments, especially at a time of soaring inflation, rising energy prices and economic instability.
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Rugby
Aug 4, 2022
Reeling All Blacks desperate to bounce back in South Africa
'There's nothing better than the challenge of playing South Africa in South Africa, we know what's coming, and it's up to us as players to own our part of it and get our own stuff right.'
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BUSINESS / Markets
Jul 28, 2022
What analysts say is next for Asian markets after Fed decision
They warned not to expect an inflection point for the dollar and saw the euro remaining under pressure into the winter and the yen trading around its recent range.
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JAPAN
Jun 20, 2022
Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand eye summit on NATO fringes
Leaders from the four countries are expected to deepen cooperation in realizing a so-called free and open Indo-Pacific and may discuss increased support for Pacific island nations.
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SOCCER / World cup
Jun 15, 2022
Costa Rica books place at 2022 World Cup finals after playoff win
Costa Rica qualified for a sixth World Cup in total and will compete in Group E at the finals against Germany, Japan and Spain.
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BUSINESS / Economy
May 26, 2022
New Zealand leader urges U.S. to return to regional trade pact
Speaking on a visit to Washington, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said her country would continue to push for greater access to the U.S. market even without the trade pact.
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ASIA PACIFIC / Politics / ANALYSIS
May 17, 2022
Alarmed by Solomon Islands-China pact, New Zealand finds its voice on security
Recent statements are seen as a clear signal Wellington shares U.S. and Australian concerns about Chinese security engagement in the Pacific.
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BUSINESS
May 16, 2022
New Zealand to speed up electric car adoption to cut emissions
The government said it will initially allocate 2.9 billion New Zealand dollars over four years to fund a range of measures, from electric car incentives to phasing out coal boilers.
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COMMENTARY / Japan
Apr 26, 2022
Japan-New Zealand relations evolve amid a changing world
Kishida and Ardern's talks were the first in-person meeting between the two countries' heads of government since 2017 and served as an important milestone in the strategic partnership
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MORE SPORTS
Apr 26, 2022
Australia and New Zealand not sending athletes to Asian Games
The Olympic Council of Asia had invited a quota of around 300 athletes and 150 support staff from Oceania nations to compete at the Sept. 10-25 event in Hangzhou.
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ASIA PACIFIC
Apr 23, 2022
U.S. warns of response to any permanent China military presence in Solomons
The White House's blunt tone indicated the level of U.S. concern that led to the dispatch of top officials to the remote island country.
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JAPAN
Apr 22, 2022
New Zealand deal may put Japan closer to ‘Five Eyes’ intelligence alliance
Five Eyes members were previously hesitant to expand the partnership over concerns about the security of the Japanese intelligence community, but those worries have alleviated.
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JAPAN
Apr 22, 2022
Japan joins scramble to respond to Solomon Islands' pact with China
The deal reportedly allows China to dock military ships in the island nation, representing a significant strategic advance in the region for Beijing.
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JAPAN
Apr 21, 2022
Leaders of Japan and New Zealand vow to defend international order shaken by invasion
The leaders of Japan and New Zealand expressed strong opposition Thursday to attempts to change the status quo by force in Ukraine or anywhere else.
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ASIA PACIFIC
Apr 20, 2022
Solomon Islands PM says China security pact won't undermine regional peace
The move has heightened concerns in Canberra about the potential for a Chinese military presence less than 2,000 kilometers away.
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MORE SPORTS
Mar 1, 2022
New Zealand's double Olympic shot put champion Valerie Adams retires
At last year's Tokyo Games, Adams became the first woman to win medals at four Olympics in a single field event by adding a bronze to her two golds and one silver.
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ASIA PACIFIC
Feb 3, 2022
Fortress New Zealand delays full reopening until October
The country will open its border in stages, with vaccinated New Zealanders in Australia the first to be allowed to enter without needing to stay at state-managed quarantine facilities.
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ASIA PACIFIC
Jan 17, 2022
Drinking water and ash big concern as Tonga assesses tsunami damage
The eruption and resulting tsunami cut off phone and internet lines for the entire island, as well as damage to an undersea cable, which could take more than a week to restore.
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ASIA PACIFIC / Politics
Jan 11, 2022
Pacific may be most likely to see 'strategic surprise,' U.S. policymaker says
The comments by U.S. Indo-Pacific coordinator Kurt Campbell were apparently in reference to possible Chinese ambitions to establish Pacific-island bases.

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