A number of high-profile brands have cut ties with the controversial broadcaster after he said Prime Minister Scott Morrison should "shove a sock down" the throat of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda.. SBS - Published
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she won't be visiting Ihumātao this week amid promises of a march on her office if she doesn't.But she may be meeting with some of those involved in the ongoing.. New Zealand Herald - Published
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Guest Edit 'British Vogue' The Duchess of Sussex is guest editing the September issue of 'British Vogue.' Meghan Markle called on 15 female figures to contribute to the issue titled,..
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The Duchess of Sussex has chosen to feature 15 women she considers "forces for change" on the cover of the September issue of British Vogue that she guest edited, Buckingham Palace said on Sunday (July..
Democratic candidate Marianne Williamson thinks James Cameron deserves a Nobel Peace Prize for the film Avatar. Williamson made the declaration on Twitter in 2010. "All the films were good but AVATAR..
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Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has been ordered to put his feet up for the week, following a recent operation on his leg. Speaking at her weekly post-Cabinet press conference, Prime Minister.. New Zealand Herald - Published
The law currently does not allow prisoners' mail to be blocked because of its potential to go viral online or if it contains hate speech, Jacinda Ardern says.The Prime Minister has hinted that the.. New Zealand Herald - Published
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has a new, fluffy deskmate, courtesy of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. It's a small kiwi stuffed toy Morrison has to carry around for the rest of the week after.. New Zealand Herald - Published
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's post-cabinet press conference is likely to be dominated by questions about letters. Two of the biggest political news stories of the last few days both have written.. New Zealand Herald - Published
Big-name advertisers are turning their backs on shock jock Alan Jones amid widespread condemnation over his "appalling" comments about New Zealand leader Jacinda Ardern.The controversy began last.. New Zealand Herald - Published
It was predictably ugly: in tone, in regret, and, in some ways, disgust. Australia emerged from the Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Meeting isolated, the true spoiler of the party which saw 17 states.. Eurasia Review - Published
The shock-jock urging Scott Morrison to "shove a sock" down Jacinda Ardern's throat exposes a delicate matter for our PM: his climate policy black hole. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
The prominent Sydney broadcaster publicly apologised on Friday for saying Scott Morrison should "shove a sock" down Jacinda Ardern's throat. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
The shock jock today called Jacinda Ardern a "hypocrite" and "gormless" after she said last night she would not give his criticism yesterday the "light of day". Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
Radio host Alan Jones has come under fire for telling Prime Minister Scott Morrison to "shove a sock down [Jacinda Ardern's] throat" after she urged Australia to act on climate change. SBS - Published Also reported by •Brisbane Times •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
Winston Peters has countered Jacinda Ardern's warning to Australia, saying Pacific nations need to remember Chinese investment 'comes on the back of coal-fired everything'. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald