New city council in place in Westminster Colorado

WESTMINSTER — A loud and boisterous fight over municipal water rates. An attempted recall of four city council members in the spring. The sudden resignation of a mayor who had been in city leadership for more than 20 years. Flash

UN reports 'unprecedented' malnutrition in Tigray

ADDIS ABABA (AFP) – The UN has warned of “unprecedented” malnutrition among pregnant and lactating women in Ethiopia’s war-hit Tigray region in a report published hours after the government sparked outrage by expelling senior UN officials. The latest situation report

Labour Party: John McDonnell warns Sir Keir Starmer over leadership vote reforms – why rip our party apart?

Sir Keir Starmer has been warned his plans to reform how Labour elects its leader could “rip our party apart”. John McDonnell, who was shadow chancellor during Jeremy Corbyn‘s time as leader, said the reform was a “complete distraction” and

Can Labour tackle the housing crisis? What you need to know

By Michael Hall, RNZ The Human Rights Commission has released initial guidelines on what the right to a decent home means in Aotearoa, which it says will now inform an inquiry into successive governments’ failure to meet international obligations. The

Thunderstorms, rain and snow: Cold weather set to continue

A low-pressure system is continuing to bring cold and wet weather to much of the country. Dunedin’s hill suburbs have now been included in MetService’s forecast for snow Tuesday morning. Until yesterday, Dunedin was not expected to get snow like