Covid 19 coronavirus: Two more positive cases linked to Pullman Hotel being investigated by health officials

Two more people in the community who recently left managed isolation have tested positive for Covid-19 and health officials are now urgently re-testing the pair. The Ministry of Health said in a statement this evening that two other former returnees

YouTube ranks New Zealand’s top 10 ads of 2020

Alphabet-owned YouTube has released its ranking of the 10 ads most popular with New Zealanders in 2020. The list showcases creative work of some of the nation’s big internationally-owned ad agencies but also features a number of spots from some

Biden, With Powerful Allies and Foes, Targets Climate Change

WASHINGTON — As President Biden prepares on Wednesday to open an ambitious effort to confront climate change, powerful and surprising forces are arrayed at his back. Automakers are coming to accept that much higher fuel economy standards are their future;

All Coloradans in Congress ask Biden to stop Space Command’s move to Alabama

Every member of Congress from Colorado asked President Joe Biden‘s administration Tuesday to reconsider moving U.S. Space Command headquarters from Colorado Springs to Alabama. Just two weeks ago, President Donald Trump said the agency’s headquarters would move to Huntsville, Alabama,

Sturgeon spending fury: Scots face 50% council tax hike as SNP accused of ‘hoarding’ £770m

John Swinney discusses travel restrictions in Scotland A report by Audit Scotland, an independent public body responsible for auditing the Scottish Government, found Scottish councils were £767 million short on cash to tackle the coronavirus crisis and urgently needed cash

Russia in 'energetic' talks with US over nuclear pact

MOSCOW (AFP) – Russia and the United States are holding “energetic” discussions over the extension of a key nuclear accord that expires next week, the Kremlin said on Tuesday (Jan 26). The New Start treaty, signed in 2010, caps to