The Minister of foreign Affairs of New Zealand Winston Peters announced that the country has suspended the extradition agreement with Hong Kong after the entry into force of the law on national security of the special administrative region of China, reports Radio New Zealand.
Earlier it was reported that the authorities intend to revise relations with Hong Kong after the entry into force of the law on national security of the special administrative region of the PRC. In particular, the revision concerned the extradition agreements, export control of strategically important products and recommendations on the visits to the special administrative region of the PRC.
A court in New Zealand was sentenced to 11 years in prison the leader of Samoa, who was accused of the enslavement of their countrymen, according to local portal Stuff.
As has established investigation, 66-year-old Joseph Matamata for 24 years, was lured to New Zealand Samoan citizens, enticing them well-paid jobs. In fact Polynesian migrants waited daily free labor on farms and in the home of the Matamata. In case of refusal to work they were beaten.
Doctors New Zealand for almost three months did not reveal any cases of transmission of infection by the coronavirus from person to person in the community, according to the Ministry of health of the country.
The Agency notes that on Thursday once again was not recorded new cases COVID-19.
The head of the opposition National party in New Zealand Todd Mueller decided to resign, said in a statement.
The New Zealand Herald reported may 22 that the opposition is New Zealand chose a new leader, the head of the National party was a little-known politician Todd Mueller, who worked for farmers for growing kiwi. The re-election of the leader of the National party occurred against the background of growth of popularity of the current Prime Minister of laburisti of Jacinda Ardern and accordingly the fall of the rating of its main political opponents.
Opened fire in new Zealand Christchurch the Aussie refused the services of lawyers and himself intends to represent their interests at the hearing, scheduled for August 24, 2020, reports the New Zealand Herald, citing lawyers.
In two mosques of Christchurch (South island, New Zealand) 15 March last year the shooting occurred, which, according to the police, killed 51 people, another 50 were injured. Charges were brought against the Australian Brenton to Tarrant, who was filming the attack on a mosque on video and a live broadcast on social networks. Tarrant pleaded guilty to committing a terrorist act.
Police in New Zealand will the clock be present in the quarantine centers for infected with a new coronavirus infection after shoots patients in Auckland, radio station RNZ, citing air force commander Darren Digby Webb.
It is reported that the decision about the presence of police was made after Wednesday's 32-year-old man with a diagnosis of COVID-19 insulation left center, located in the hotel Oakland, and conducted outside its walls for more than an hour. This was the second "escape", earlier on Saturday, a woman climbed the fence of the hotel where he was quarantined. She was found nearby two hours later.
The launch Electron a private us company Rocket Lab with seven satellites from the spaceport in New Zealand proved unsuccessful, the company said.
"The problem arose today during the launch of Rocket Lab, which led to the loss of the rocket. We apologize deeply to the customers (satellites - ed.) which was a rocket Electron. The problem occurred at the end of the flight during operation of the engine of the second stage," - said in a statement on Twitter.
Cargo ship "Progress MS-13" will depart from the International space station on 8 July and several hours later will be reduced from low-earth orbit, told RIA Novosti the representative of the press service of the Roscosmos.
The ship "Progress MS-13" with goods arrived on the ISS in December 2019. The crew unloaded it and filled with debris.
Health Minister of New Zealand David Clark, who has previously violated imposed in connection with the spread of the novel coronavirus restrictive measures, left the post, the newspaper New Zealand Herald.
Earlier in April, Clark admitted that he violated the restrictive measures imposed in connection with the spread of the novel coronavirus. After the incident he expressed his willingness to resign, but the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said then that Clarke would remain on duty in connection with the tense situation due to the coronavirus.
The island of Fiji plans to create a so-called "tourist bubble" with neighbouring Australia and New Zealand to resume the reception of tourists from these countries, according to Travel and Leisure.
To come to the island, travelers from nearby countries must undertake a two-week quarantine in their country and to obtain supporting insulation certificate and have to present a negative test result COVID-19. It is valid only 48 hours. There is another option: guests can spend a two-week isolation at the hotel in Fiji and take the tests there.
Agency for talent in New Zealand is looking for actors for the series based on the trilogy "the Lord of the rings", the main requirement to them - "kind", writes the Guardian.
The Agency asks followers to tag friends that fit the description, however, clarifies that the offer is only valid for residents of New Zealand.
New Zealand police froze about 140 million new Zealand dollars (about 90 million U.S. dollars) of the company Canton Business Corporation in the international investigation of Russian Alexander winnick, who has been in custody in France, according to a press release from the police.
It is noted that it is the largest freezing of assets in the history of the New Zealand police.
Photo from the wedding has helped the resident New Zealand Madeleine Kirke-Smith to diagnose have breast cancer. She told about it in Facebook.
The woman, reviewing the pictures from the celebration, noticed a tumor in the chest area. "The next day after we received the photos, I went to the doctor and learned that this tumor is actually cancer of the breast" – she wrote.
The young man accused of killing a police officer in the new Zealand city of Auckland, on Saturday appeared in court, his alleged accomplice were arrested, reports the newspaper New Zealand Herald.
Thursday during a routine check of the car by employees of road inspection service in the West Auckland driver suddenly opened fire on the guards and fled. Two policemen were wounded, one of them died. Leaving the scene, the driver knocked down a passerby, who was hospitalized.
Police in Auckland new Zealand arrested the two men after he was killed by one of their employees, according to the newspaper New Zealand Herald.
Earlier it was reported that during a routine check of the car by employees of road inspection service in the West Auckland driver suddenly opened fire on the guards and fled. Two policemen were wounded, one of them died. Leaving the scene, the driver knocked down a passerby, who was hospitalized.
Unknown wounded two officers in the new Zealand city of Auckland, one of them died, the newspaper New Zealand Herald.
The incident occurred during a routine check of the car by employees dorozhno-sentry duty. The driver suddenly opened fire on the guards and fled. One of the wounded police officers died.
Australian authorities do not plan to open the borders to tourists until 2021, according to Lonely Planet.
Australia successfully coped with the pandemic, but is in no hurry to take risks and to open its borders to foreign travelers. There, as in New Zealand, mass infection managed to escape with strict isolation and tight border controls.
The Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern said that due to the fact that the country was re-introduced coronavirus, all quarantine centres at borders will now follow the armed forces, reports the New Zealand Herald.
Previously, two new cases of infection with coronavirus for the first time in 24 days was identified in New Zealand. Infected with coronavirus women arrived from UK - it as an exception allowed to attend the funeral ceremony.
Two new cases infected with coronavirus new type for the first time in 24 days revealed in New Zealand, told local newspaper New Zealand Herald, citing the Ministry of health of the country.
It is noted that the cases are linked. According to the TV channel TVNZ, the infected arrived from UK - it as an exception allowed to attend the funeral ceremony.
Booster Electron a private us company Rocket Lab with a group of satellites, the start of which was delayed because of the coronavirus, was successfully launched from the spaceport in New Zealand, the company said.
"Start there!" – said in a statement on Twitter.
Power new Zealand Hamilton because of the complaints of the indigenous population have dismantled a statue of the British colonizer, in whose honor was named the city, the newspaper New Zealand Herald.
A bronze statue of captain John Hamilton was established in the city centre in 2013. The captain took an active part in the colonial wars with the Maori tribes. He was killed in one such battle in 1864.
A resident of New Zealand Simon Anderson was able to lose 92 pounds and said on his way to a perfect body edition News.com.au.
Weighing 168 pounds, the girl underwent surgery and gastric bypass surgery to remove excess skin. However, she noted that surgical intervention was her impetus to work on oneself and not the solution.
New Zealand Tuesday goes from the second level of restrictions imposed because of the coronavirus, at first in the absence of active infections COVID-19 in the country, said Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern during the press conference.
According to her, in connection with the transition to the first level in the country will be lifted the current restrictions in the framework of the fight against the spread of the coronavirus, however, the entry of foreign citizens remains banned.
The first Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Vladimir dzhabarov told "Moscow speaking" said that it did not believe the reports that Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia moved to New Zealand.
He suggested that it is a rude legend, because Skrypalia "long time no show", and Sergei has not seen since the poisoning. Also dzhabarov recalled that his daughter Yulia also have not shown.
Former GRU officer Sergey Skripal and his daughter Julia moved to live in New Zealand, the British newspaper the Sunday Times, citing sources in the British government.
According to media reports, before Skrypali more years lived in a safe house secret service MI6. One of the sources of the edition reported that the former officer GRU and his daughter "got new names and support to start a new life."
Niece of ex-GRU officer Sergei Skripal Victoria Skripal told RIA Novosti that he knew nothing about the move of his uncle in New Zealand, which is written by the media, and doesn't believe in it.
The British newspaper the Sunday Times, citing sources in the British government previously announced that Sergei Skripal with his daughter Yulia moved to New Zealand after more than a year lived in a safe house secret service MI6. One of the sources of the edition reported that the former officer GRU and his daughter "got new names and support to start a new life."
Over the last ten days in New Zealand not recorded any new case of infection with coronavirus, the Ministry of health of the country.
Earlier, the Director General of health services New Zealand Ashley Bloomfield said that all patients admitted to hospital with coronavirus, was discharged.