Police warn against another telephone scam

Police warn against another telephone scam

Supplied Content Wellington, January 29, 2019 The New Zealand Police have warned against another telephone scam in which the caller claims to work for the Police and Spark New Zealand. Acting Senior Sergeant Beth Purcell, Relieving Prevention South Manager said in a statement that ironically, the caller claims to be targeting internet fraud. “The victim is asked to purchase multiple…

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100 Organisations demand closure of Christian Council of Korea

100 Organisations demand closure of Christian Council of Korea

Supplied Content (Edited) Seoul, South Korea, January 29, 2019 More than 30,000 men and women representing over 100 organisations took to the streets in Gwanghwamun in South Korea on Sunday (January 27, 2019) demanding the closure of The Christian Council of Korea (CCK). “The CCK is a source of shame for the country and religion in global society,” was among…

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Young player impresses stalwarts in UK Football trials

Young player impresses stalwarts in UK Football trials

Venkat Raman Auckland, January 29, 2019 Seventeen-Year-old Arzan Todywalla, the rising Star of Soccer and one of the most promising players of New Zealand created strong impressions among coaches, players and enthusiasts at the Trials held in Australia last fortnight. All of them wanted the young man in the United Kingdom for further training, so that he could be prepared…

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Australia PM’s visit opens a new Chapter with Fiji

Australia PM’s visit opens a new Chapter with Fiji

Venkat Raman Auckland, January 28, 2019 Fijian Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama has welcomed Australia to the ‘Pacific fold,’ saying that Australia’s presence is needed in the public. That was an expression of a warm sentiment from a leader who had, a few years ago, was angst over his rich and powerful neighbour for its stand against the Bainimarama regime.…

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