U.S. is falling in love with pricey New Zealand wine
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The U.S. became New Zealand’s largest wine market in 2015, and data from Gomberg, Fredrikson & Associates show the value of wine shipped to the U.S. passed Australia’s last year.
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Justice Minister Kiri Allan was charged with reckless driving and offered her resignation after speaking with the prime minister. Allan acknowledged she needed to take care of her mental health.
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Around 100 whales were spotted near the coast in Western Australia, making their way to the beach, where at least half later died. The phenomenon is believed to indicate either stress or illness within the pod.
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More than half of the pod of whales stranded on an Australian beach had already died before the rest had to be euthanized.
Nigeria produced the first major shock of the Women's World Cup as they stunned Australia 3-2 on Thursday to leave the co-hosts' tournament hopes on thin ice.
The Women's World Cup is giving the Nigerian community in Australia the chance to celebrate their culture and cheer on their team, as DW found out in Melbourne.
The arrests saved 13 children from further harm at the hands of the men, police said. The operation was carried out with the assistance of intelligence from the FBI in the US.
Australia are riding a wave of popularity and hype at this Women's World Cup. Forever an underdog in the world game, the team's belief, ability and results are making a mockery of that tag.
A koala named Matilda has predicted that Australia will beat England in Wednesday's Women's World Cup semi-final at Stadium Australia in Sydney.
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