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louise matthews
Journalism Curriculum Leader. Snr lecturer. Journalist. Research tweeting police. Returning runner. Brit/Kiwi. Science grad. Bridport (UK) Berlin, Auckland
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Checkpoint 18h
. and have just announced the birth of their baby girl. Congratulations!!!
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RNZ 18h
BREAKING: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gives birth to a baby girl
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AFP news agency Jun 20
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is in hospital to give birth -- and set to become the second world leader ever to have a child while in office after the late Pakistan prime minister Benazir Bhutto in 1990
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The New York Times Jun 20
Jacinda Ardern is at an Auckland hospital where she is expected to give birth, something no sitting world leader has done in almost 30 years
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Tim Ireland Apr 6
I visited Europe when I was 10. I saw old WWI trenches in France, Dachau in Germany. It left quite the impression. I always wondered how Nazism seduced people in the 30s and how I would react in the face of the growing threat if it happened in my time/country. Now I know. ✊
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Andy Williams Jun 17
You have to admire the optimism of youth, "seeing how bad Germany, Argentina, Brazil are, we could actually win this"
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louise matthews Jun 15
Sea swim to celebrate (nearly) Winter Solstice at Winstone’s Cove. Water ‘bracing’, but warm winter day (and no wind :)
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Matthew Sweet Jun 14
Well, Mr Blankface, I can assure you she received it on merit as I was the external examiner on her PhD.
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Jim Waterson Jun 13
People do like to complain about the railways but ScotRail’s social media team seems alright. (H/T )
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Centenary News Jun 9
Wreaths laid at unveiling of the new Warhorse Memorial in Ascot - Centenary News reports from June 8 ceremony. Named 'Poppy', the mare stands in tribute to eight million horses killed in .
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War Horse Memorial Jun 9
After 4 years hard work this is the moment Poppy, our War Horse was unveiled to the public. Brownie Jess Edwards & Guides Nisha Watson, Katherine Warner & Annice Anderson were chosen to pull off Poppy’s giant purple mantle to reveal her magnificence.
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Stuff.co.nz Business Jun 10
Multi-million dollar university 'assignment cheating' business in court
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BGS Jun 9
Earthquakes of this size occur approximately every 2 years in the UK area. Worldwide there are approximately 8000 events annually that are larger than the one that occurred in on 9/6/18.
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EMSC Jun 9
Latest map of the effects of M3.9 reported by eyewitnesses . It was felt 100km away. No damage expected
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louise matthews Jun 8
Replying to @thejurassiccat
Good thanks Em, but too busy for my liking ;) hope you’re well!
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Forest & Bird Jun 5
BREAKING Another win for nature: The Environment Court has declined Okura Holdings Ltd's appeal to develop a 1000 house subdivision adjacent to a marine reserve nth of Auckland. 1/3
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louise matthews Jun 5
A big win for my local Long Bay-Okura Marine Reserve, and the campaigners!
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Press Gazette Jun 5
North's newspapers unite in historic call for action to fix 'broken' rail services
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The Yorkshire Post Jun 4
Enough is enough. Why the Yorkshire Post is joining forces with newspapers across the North to send this message to Theresa May over the state of our railways:
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BBC North East and Cumbria Jun 5
Newspapers across the north of England join forces to call on Prime Minister Theresa May to "get a grip" after chaos on the rail network
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