Covid 19 Delta outbreak: International language sector says border reopening for students too late

By John Gerritsen of RNZ The Government’s decision to let vaccinated foreign students back into the country from April 30 has disappointed and frustrated some in the international education sector. They say April 30is two-to-three months after schools and universities

Covid-19 robbed her of her international food tourism business, so she’s leading food tours in Auckland suburbs

When Mary Taylor started her food tour business 20 years ago, she thought it would be something she’d live happily ever after with. But Covid-19 struck last year, stopping overseas travel and putting the brakes on Taylor’s Food Matters Tours

International Criminal Court decries US sanctions on officials

US sanctions target International Criminal Court prosecutor Fatou Bensouda and a top aide over Afghanistan probe. The International Criminal Court (ICC) has condemned “unprecedented” sanctions imposed by the United States on prosecutor Fatou Bensouda and one of her top aides in retaliation