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Israeli troops fire on crowd at food aid convoy in Gaza
Palestinians say it was a “massacre” of more than 100 people, while Israel says the crowd had approached their troops in a threatening way.
Israel war: IDF fire on Palestinians seeking food in Gaza
Israeli troops fired on a crowd of Palestinians racing to pull food off an aid convoy in Gaza City on Thursday, witnesses said.
Prince Harry loses legal challenge over denial of UK police protection
Harry plans to appeal the decision to strip him of security privileges after he quit working as a member of the royal family and moved to the United States.
1 News 29 Feb 2024 16:35
Prince Harry granted access to secret records in hacking claim
Sir Elton John also among high-profile figures allowed to see private eye payment details.
Harry and Meghan to get increased NYPD protection following ‘near catastrophic car chase’
Force says security changes were made after ‘thorough review’ found ‘dangerous and unacceptable behaviour’ by paparazzi.
Building at risk of collapse after sinkhole opens up in Sydney
An exclusion zone has been set up after a sinkhole appeared in the car park of a commercial building near an ongoing tunnel project in southeast Sydney.
1 News 1 Mar 2024 18:28
Watch: Sydney sinkhole puts building at risk of collapse
A building is teetering on the edge of 10-metre-wide hole, prompting evacuations of tunnel workers.
Man jailed for 25 years for killing woman who made wrong turn into his driveway
A US man who shot and killed a 20-year-old woman who mistakenly pulled into his rural driveway has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.
RNZ 3:03 pm today
US man who shot woman after wrong turn in his driveway sentenced
Kevin Monahan shot and killed 20-year-old Kaylin Gillis when the SUV she was travelling in mistakenly pulled into his driveway.
Iris Apfel, 102-year-old "geriatric starlet" dies
Vibrant American designer and fashion icon Iris Apfel has died at the age of 102.
RNZ 11 minutes ago
Fashion icon Iris Apfel, known for her eccentric style, dies at age 102
The fashion icon found a new generation of fans after she joined popular social media platform TikTok.
Meta refuses to continue paying for news in Australia
The company's decision has been called “a dereliction of its commitment to the sustainability of Australian news media” by the government.
Stuff 25m ago
Facebook refuses to renew Australian news deals
The US company also revealed it planned to remove a news section from the social media site in Australia and the US next year when deals expire.
Meta won't renew commercial deals with Australian news media
Facebook said its users were not coming to its platform for news and political content and that it would invest its money elsewhere.
Elon Musk sues OpenAI
Elon Musk sues OpenAI and CEO Sam Altman
Elon Musk is suing over 'betrayal of the ChatGPT maker’s founding aims'.
Palace responds to conspiracies about Princess Kate's health
The princess had not been seen in public since Christmas, having undergone abdominal surgery at a London clinic in mid-January.
1 News 1 Mar 2024 11:33
A royal dilemma as public curiosity over Kate grows
Analysis - The health problems of both the King and the Princess of Wales have raised questions around what Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace want the…
Killer whale vs shark: Solo orca eats great white
A solitary killer whale, or orca, has been filmed hunting and killing a great white shark in an "astonishing" attack. VIDEO
RNZ 3 Mar 2024
Watch: Orca kills great white shark in less than two minutes, scientists say it could signal ecological shift
Israel-Gaza war: UN chief urges probe into aid convoy tragedy
Several countries have joined the UN in calling for an investigation into the deaths of more than 100 Palestinians during an aid delivery in Gaza.
RNZ 8:06 am today
UN says many bullet wounds among Gaza convoy injured
Many of the people treated for injuries following a rush on an aid convoy in Gaza on Thursday suffered gunshot wounds, the UN has said.
Putin threatens nuclear response if Nato troops enter Ukraine
The Russian president warned, “they must understand that we also have weapons that can hit targets on their territory”.
Putin threatens Nato with nuclear war if it sends troops to Ukraine
More than 100 killed while waiting for aid trucks in Gaza
Gaza authorities said the people were shot dead by Israeli forces as they waited, but Israel says many of the victims were run over by aid trucks.
RNZ 6 minutes ago
Dozens killed waiting for aid trucks in Gaza
Gaza authorities say more than 100 people were shot dead by Israeli forces as they waited, but Israel says many of the victims were run over by aid trucks.
Israeli forces open fire on crowd waiting for aid
More than 100 killed as Israeli forces fire on people waiting for aid
US military to airdrop food and supplies into Gaza, Biden announces
It comes a day after the deaths of Palestinians queuing for aid threw a spotlight on an unfolding humanitarian catastrophe in the crowded coastal enclave.
RNZ about 1 hour ago
'We need to do more': Biden announces US military to airdrop aid into Gaza amid humanitarian crisis
US carries out first airdrop of aid into Gaza
The US military has carried out its first airdrop of aid into Gaza, amid the growing humanitarian catastrophe in the crowded coastal enclave after months of…
'First of many': US military airdrop aid into Gaza
US moon lander stops working a week after touchdown fall
Intuitive Machines' lander Odysseus was the first US spacecraft to land on the moon since the Apollo astronauts.
1 News 1 Mar 2024 16:29
First US spacecraft on the moon in 50 years stops working
Hunt for missing flight MH370 could begin again
Families gather in Kuala Lumpur to honour the missing and say answers are needed for sake of flight safety , 10 years after the flight vanished.
Stuff 4 Mar 2024 05:57
Intoxicated passengers force trans-Atlantic flight to be diverted
The passenger became combative after the flight crew intervened as he was loudly arguing with his girlfriend.
Hearse drivers refuse to take Alexei Navalny’s body to his funeral
Funeral homes in slain opposition leader’s native Moscow afraid to help family after receiving threatening phone calls.
Stuff 1 Mar 2024 16:52
In photos: Russians say final farewell at Navalny's funeral
Crowds faced a heavy police presence as they thronged to the church for Navalny’s funeral and to the cemetery in a snowy suburb where he was finally laid to rest.
Hearse drivers refuse to take Navalny’s body to his funeral
Alexei Navalny's family and supporters hold funeral in Moscow
Hundreds gather to farewell Russia’s main opposition leader
EV maker reports shocking losses, may not have the cash to survive another year
Robot-maker partners with ChatGPT-maker to power up humanoids
Plan to fuse artificial intelligence systems into billions of human-like robots for the world's workplaces and homes.
Truck driver pulled to safety after crash leaves vehicle dangling over bridge
NZHerald 2 Mar 2024 17:34
'Serious heroes here': Driver pulled from truck dangling off bridge
It took about 40 minutes to prepare someone to climb down to the cab and hook the driver to a harness and bring her out safely.
Crash leaves truck dangling
Phillips boosts Black Caps before record chase
Glenn Phillips has done his part in New Zealand's long-shot bid to beat Australia.
NZHerald 2 Mar 2024 19:20
Mission Impossible 2? Stunned Black Caps will 'keep throwing punches'
Glenn Phillips quashed talk of Australia's mental edge after a dire day for New Zealand.
Andrew Alderson: Phillips' success raises selection questions
Glenn Phillips’ five-wicket bag on day three against Australia is also bittersweet.
Joe Biden approves aid airdrops into Gaza
NZHerald 2 Mar 2024 10:52
US set to deliver humanitarian aid airdrops into Gaza
After the chaotic aid convoy encounter that left more than 100 dead, Joe Biden approves US aid airdrops.
US woman convicted of murder conspiracy over divorcee's disappearance
Michelle Troconis wept as the jurors were polled to confirm they agreed with the verdict. She could be heard sobbing before marshals cuffed her and led her from the courtroom.
1 News 2 Mar 2024 13:56
Aus mother's anguish after daughter's killer given 36-year jail term
Celeste Manno was asleep in her bed in Melbourne's northeast when Luay Sako smashed through her window and stabbed her 23 times.
Everest is ‘dirty and crowded now’ says Hillary’s last Sherpa
Kanchha Sherpa was among the team that put Edmund Hillary and his Sherpa guide Tenzing Norgay at the very top of the world in 1953.
Stuff 57m ago
Former sherpa calls for fewer climbers on 'dirty' Mt Everest
The world’s highest peak is too crowded and too dirty now due to tourists, says sherpa.
Memories of allegedly murdered men marked in Mardi Gras
Mardi Gras marchers wore rainbow kangaroos on their shirts behind a Qantas float.
NZHerald 03 Mar 12:51 PM
Alleged murder of couple cast shadow over Sydney Mardi Gras parade
Australian couple Jesse Baird and Luke Davies would likely have been celebrating Mardi Gras, but the parade will honour their lives instead.
Amid grief and anger, Mardi Gras spirits still soared
Haunted by tragedy, this year’s Mardi Gras glowed with hope and resilience. For that is the meaning of Mardi Gras.
Sydney double murder sparks Police backlash, tensions ahead of Mardi Gras
Death row inmate was never in the photo line-up that helped convict him. Now, he’s free
The death row inmate is now free after 25 years.
NZHerald 3 Mar 2024 15:34
Man was never in photo that led to 30 years on death row
US man Daniel Gwynn found himself on death row at 25 after prosecutors said two witnesses had picked him out of a photo array in a fatal arson case. But he wasn’t in it - and now he’s free.
Death row inmate's execution halted after eight failed attempts
Thomas Eugene Creech, 73, has been in prison half a century, convicted of five murders in three states and suspected of several more.
'They can chase down any total': Young guns key for Black Caps
History is against the Black Caps on the decisive day of the first test against Australia.
NZHerald 3 Mar 2024 08:04
Black Caps v Australia: Black Caps look to limit Australia
Live updates of day three between the Black Caps and Australia.
Black Caps collapse as Australia claim first test
Australia have claimed the first test after wrapping up New Zealand’s innings with ease.
Black Caps v Australia: NZ look to end Aussie innings early
Live updates of day two between the Black Caps and Australia.
Black Caps deliver some of their grisliest cricket in a decade
New Zealand ended day two of the first test against Australia hoping for another miracle.
Navalny's parents bury son as thousands chant his name
Thousands of Russians chanted Alexei Navalny's name and say they will not forgive the authorities for his death as the opposition leader was laid to rest in Moscow.
Alexei Navalny's parents bury their son as thousands chant his name
At a cemetery not far from where Navalny once lived, his mother and father stooped over his open coffin to kiss him for the last time as a small group of…
US girl finds severed arm on roadside as she walks to school
The girl spotted the arm and called her father, who then called emergency services.
1 News 1 Mar 2024 17:23
US girl finds severed arm while walking to school
The grisly find in New York’s Long Island sparked a police search which then turned up a head, another arm, and parts of two legs.
'Very disturbing': Girl finds severed arm while walking to school
What the early primaries tell us about Trump’s changing base
Donald Trump’s supporters in 2024 are older and more conservative on average than back in 2016.
What is Super Tuesday? Why it matters and what to watch
As the day with the most delegates up for stake, strong performances by Biden and Trump would move them much closer to becoming their party's nominee.
Tears, hugs and flowers as Sydney remembers slain couple
People sat on the grass and watched in silence as a slideshow of Jesse Baird and Luke Davies played on big screens.
1 News 1 Mar 2024 22:02
Inside the house where Sydney couple were killed
The final moments Jesse Baird and Luke Davies shared together, and the mother’s intuition that led detectives to hunt down one of their own all revealed in police documents.
At least 43 dead in Bangladesh building fire
Survivors used a water pipe to escape the "dangerous" building, which reportedly has gas cylinders on every floor.
RNZ about 1 hour ago
Fire in Bangladesh capital leaves 43 dead, toll may rise
Firefighters said the deadly blaze started in a restaurant on the first floor of the mall in the heart of Dhaka.
Fire in Bangladesh capital leaves at least 43 people dead
Firefighters said the fire began in a popular restaurant in Dhaka.
Fire kills 43 in Bangladesh capital
At least 43 people have been killed after a fire broke out in a multi-storey building in Bangladesh, the country's health minister says.
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