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Hamas · Gaza
Israel intensifies southern Gaza offensive as UN warns 'no place is safe'
Israeli forces pressed ahead with their air and ground bombardment of the southern Gaza Strip on Tuesday (Dec 5), expanding their offensive deeper into the besieged territory even as the United States and the United Nations repeatedly urged them to protect civilians.See the Story
Coverage: 232 sources
Volcano · Indonesia
Indonesia's Marapi volcano erupts, killing 11 climbers; 12 missing
The bodies of 11 climbers were recovered Monday a day after a furious eruption of the Mount Marapi volcano as Indonesian rescuers searched for 12 apparently still missing.See the Story
39% Center coverage: 138 sources
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Tapanui · Tapanui
House left to Tapanui rest home sells
A cottage on Cemetery Road, in Tapanui, was part of an estate gifted specifically to the town’s rest home. Photo: Supplied A modest cottage gifted to a small West Otago town has sold just under its asking price for $275,000 with the proceeds going to a small community-owned retirement home.See the Story
New Zealand · New Zealand
Fonterra missing from list of global dairy companies pledging to tackle methane emissions
Major dairy companies from around the world have pledged to disclose and tackle methane emissions - but Fonterra is noticeably absent. Big names in the industry like Bel Group, Danone, Lactalis US and Nestle committed at COP28 this week to publicly disclosing their dairy-related methane emissions. The commitment is in partnership with global nonprofit, Environmental Defence Fund (EDF)See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Greymouth · Greymouth
'Greymouth has never seen anything like this'
The doors to the Pounamu Pathway Mwhera Pa visitor attraction open to the public on Monday. The project is a $34 million collaboration between Kanoa (formerly the Provincial Growth Fund) and Poutini Ngai Tahu. The exhibition space is an immersive audio-visual experience. Each whare inside the centre holds a different immersive experience where visitors will learn of the legends, battles and ancestors that shaped MWhera.See the Story
Mandy and her little lamb’s winning friendship
Mandy Corby, 3, of Waikana, is pleased with the first prize she and her lamb Lucy won in the 8-years-and-under pet lamb competition, while grandfather Alister McLean looks on at the Wyndham A&P Show on Saturday. PHOTO: SANDY EGGLESTON Like Mary, Mandy has a little lamb that follows her everywhere, but it is hard to know if Mary has a lovely winning red ribbon like Mandy and her lamb.See the Story