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RBNZ's Wheeler keeps OCR at 1.75% and rate track intact


The RBNZ's surprisingly cautious tone in recent months has been justified by the latest data. The New Zealand Dollar and bond yields ultimately gained as the RBNZ held rates at 1.75%. The New Zealand dollar was little changed against the greenback after the announcement. Annual house-price growth slowed to 2.8 percent in June from 5 percent in May and 10 percent in March, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand said last month. Lire la suite »

Douze pays d'Amérique condamnent une Assemblée "illégitime" — Venezuela


La pression internationale s'accentue sur le Venezuela alors que 12 pays d'Amérique ont signé une déclaration conjointe condamnant la politique du président Maduro. Surtout, Caracas bénéficie de l'appui de la Chine et de la Russie, qui peuvent user de leur veto contre les éventuelles sanctions provenant du Conseil de sécurité de l'ONU. Lire la suite »

South Korea on alert for attack from Kim

The preacher told the Washington Post on Tuesday: "That [Romans 13] gives the government to the authority to do whatever, whether it's assassination, capital punishment or evil punishment to quell the actions of evildoers like Kim Jong-Un". Lire la suite »

Dans ce restaurant, les hommes payent 18% plus cher — Inégalités salariales


L'équipe a aussi souligné que des hommes se sont acquittés de la taxe qui leur était imposée sans broncher et que certains en ont même rajouté en versant un don supplémentaire. Sur Twitter, l'un d'eux a évoqué une "discrimination", un autre le "sexisme des femmes". Interrogée par le Sydney Morning Herald , la propriétaire de Handsome Her, Alexandra O'Brien, juge que la taxe donne l'occasion aux hommes de "s'interroger sur leurs privilèges". Lire la suite »

Ahmed Patel wins Rajya Sabha seat from Gujarat

The reason is simple: the BJP had done everything possible to win all the three, but it failed to. Ahmed Patel , who met Congress MLAs after they returned from their Bengaluru sojourn, said he was confident of his victory. The counting for the three Rajya seats was scheduled for 5 PM on Tuesday, but the controversy had caused the delay prompting the EC to take a considered view on the claims by both the BJP and Congress party. Lire la suite »

Branden Albert Now Wants To Play For Jaguars In 2017


In one of the weirder training camp stories of this season, Albert retired on a Monday and un-retired a week later. The Associated Press reported Albert told the team he wants to come back. With Albert's retirement, Jacksonville can recoup $3.4 million in signing bonus money. " The team will provide no further comment on this situation ". Lire la suite »

Nintendo World Championships Kick-Off Next Week


From there, Nintendo has implemented two age brackets for players looking to qualify for the Nintendo World Championships 2017. Players are divided into groups based on their age, with kids 12 and under playing as Mario on Mario Kart 7's "Luigi's Mansion" stage while those 13 and older will play as Bowser on Mario Kart: Super Circuit's "Bowser Castle 1". Lire la suite »

Vols qualifiés à Sainte-Foy : un suspect arrêté


Il était armé d'un couteau et a démontré des signes d'agressivité lors de son arrestation. "Le groupe tactique a dû utiliser une balle de plastique et un pistolet à impulsion électrique pour le maîtriser", a informé le porte-parole du Service de police de la Ville de Québec, Étienne Doyon. Lire la suite »

Will Use Paper Trail VVPAT Machines in Gujarat, Says Poll Panel


Only the NCP and CPI (M) came forward, but they too backed out at the last minute. The Election Commission maintained that EVMs now used for conducting Lok Sabha and assembly elections in the country "cannot be tampered with". Kejriwal and Congress leader Ajay Maken had also sought use of ballot paper instead of EVMs in the just concluded MCD polls, which the BJP swept. "EVMs are reliable and tamper proof, therefore VVPAT units must be considered a backup and an additional measure to ... Lire la suite »

British prosecutors convict over a dozen men of sex crimes


It's now been revealed that Northumbria Police paid a convicted child rapist nearly £10,000 to be a police informer and spy on sex parties. The convict, who can only be named as XY, was tasked to assist the force with its investigation into child sexual exploitation in Newcastle. Lire la suite »

Cassie Sainsbury's plea bargain rejected by court


The plea deal would have seen Sainsbury spend a maximum of six years behind bars for pleading guilty, with as little as three years with good behaviour. Sainsbury was sobbing as she was taken from court, reports ABC News , following the announcement. Her lawyer, Orlando Herran, told reporters that Sainsbury was maintaining her story that her family was under threat. Lire la suite »

Reviewing nukes was not Trump's first order, it was his 13th

My first order as President was to renovate and modernize our nuclear arsenal. "It is now far stronger and more powerful than ever before...." He continued his strong language Wednesday when he tweeted that the United States nuclear arsenal is "far stronger and more powerful than ever before". Lire la suite »

University of Bolton number one for student satisfaction in Greater Manchester


It followed a decision to boycott the NSS by the National Union of Students (NUS), amid fears that it would be used to justify increases in tuition across the country. The results of the National Student Survey, published today, have shown a drop in the percentage of students responding following an extended campaign by the National Union of Students (NUS) and a boycott of the survey by students at leading universities including Oxford and Cambridge. Lire la suite »

Trump Had A Folder Of Positive News About Himself Delivered Twice Daily


That is the single most unpopular element of the health care law and might even garner support from across the aisle - even Democrats have admitted it needs changes. "This is who he is". Unlike the other late-night hosts, Kimmel opened his monologue by trying to give Trump the benefit of the doubt, which was hard since "ordering Chris Christie to go on a White Castle run doesn't count as a meeting". Lire la suite »

USA says two Cuban diplomats expelled after 'incidents' in Havana


She added that the State Department first heard about them in late 2016, and asked the Cuban diplomats in Washington to leave in May, which they did. Two Cuban diplomats were kicked out of the Washington embassy by the State Department after a number of mysterious incidents forced USA officials in Cuba to return home in May with "a variety of physical symptoms ", according to State Department officials. Lire la suite »

Disney Ditches Netflix for Own Streaming Service

Content creators such as Disney are increasingly questioning their relationships with streaming services like Netflix , as cord cutters erode profits for cable channels. Once the deal closes, Iger will serve as chairman; MLBAM and National Hockey League will continue as minority stakeholders in BAMTech , with seats on the board. Lire la suite »

Up to 50 refugees 'deliberately drowned' off Yemen


The IOM said in a statement that the average age of the Somali and Ethiopian passengers on the boat appeared to have been 16. The smuggler has already returned to Somalia to pick up more migrants to bring them to Yemen on the same route, they told the IOM. Lire la suite »

Ashley Judd Describes Being Victim of 'Everyday Sexism' in Airport Security Encounter


Judd said she hadn't heard the security agent comment on anyone else's appearance, and added that when she was talking to another agent, the offending agent reached out and touched her, though she did not specify where. "And then for good measure, he just said one more time, "have a good day sweetheart". The Divergent actress said that since she was early for her flight, she made a decision to put in a complaint with the manager. Lire la suite »

Ultralight plane crash in Jefferson County kills two


Two people have been pronounced dead after a plane crashed into the Rock River Tuesday around 8 p.m. The cause of the crash is unknown and under investigation by the sheriff's office, according to the news release. Units assisting at the scene were the Jefferson Fire Department, Jefferson EMS, Flight For Life, Fort Atkinson paramedics, Fort Atkinson Police Department, Jefferson County Emergency Communications, the State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and Federal Aviation ... Lire la suite »

Editing app FaceApp updates with Asian, Black, Caucasian and Indian filters


The AI-based selfie editing tool FaceApp has released a batch of new smart filters created to swap the user's race. FaceApp CEO Yaroslav Goncharov defended the Asian, Black, Caucasian and Indian filters in an email to The Verge: "The ethnicity change filters have been created to be equal in all aspects", he told The Verge over email. Lire la suite »

Inflatable chicken pays a visit to the White House


Trump was not in the White House when the chicken was placed. Since the statue's unveiling a year ago, smaller copies have appeared across the United States. Tax Day March events this year have featured the chicken during protests of Trump's decision to not release his tax information. He told HuffPost that Trump is "too chicken" to release his tax returns and stand up to Russian president Vladimir Putin. Lire la suite »

Four policemen killed in Arish militant attack


Wednesday's attack came a day after a group of gunmen killed two police officers and wounded another in a village north of Cairo, according to Al Ahram . The Sinai Peninsula has remained the epicenter of a deadly militant insurgency since mid-2013, when the military deposed Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's first freely-elected president, in a military coup. Lire la suite »