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15 Jul 2023
Ayomide Sotubo on this edition of The Nutmeg talks about the Five players to watch out for at the coming FIFA Women's World Cup to be played in 10 different stadiums across Australia and New Zealand.
12 Jul 2023
Brussels says the bloc's trade with New Zealand could now grow by 80%. In a first for an EU trade pact, there is a section that commits both sides to targets to tackle climate change.
13 May 2023
Heavy rains and thunderstorms have lashed the area for days, making some wonder why a group of children were taken for an excursion in the inclement weather.

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