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Man uses warm coffee to rescue kittens frozen to ground
An oil worker in Alberta, Canada, rescued the animals while inspecting wells. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 11:25am 

Stocks Edge Higher With Virus Fallout in Focus: Markets Wrap
U.S. stocks eked out a small advance, dodging the losses that took hold in Europe and Asia, as investors evaluated the risk that a deadly respiratory virus spreading from China could curb global growth. Treasuries climbed and crude oil dropped 
© 2020 sharechat.co.nz Fri 9:45am 

Gas leak in Picton delays Interislander Ferry sailings
Port staff are being evacuated and an exclusion zone set up around the port in Picton following a gas leak. 
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz Fri 8:35am 

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Nelson kitchen fire results in minor burns, smoke inhalation
An unfortunate home cook has suffered minor burns and smoke inhalation after carrying a pan of burning oil outside. 
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz Thu 4:45pm 

Plant-based diets a 'win-win' for health, reducing greenhouse gas emissions - study
If every Kiwi adult went vegan and reduced food waste, the emissions saved would equal more than half the emissions from cars and vans. 
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz Thu 3:26am 

Starbucks says hold the milk to reduce carbon footprint
Adding whipped cream to millions of Starbucks drinks emits 50 times as much greenhouse gas as the company's private jet. 
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz Wed 11:36am 

-US calls for 'immediate' resumption of Libyan oil production

Protest flotilla planned against OMV's offshore drilling in Otago
A flotilla is on a mission to highlight the impact of deep sea oil drilling off Otago's coast. 
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz Tue 4:25pm 

Dollar Trims Gain on French Tariff Deal; Oil Rises
The U.S. dollar pared earlier gains on Monday after French President Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump agreed not to impose tariffs in their digital tax dispute until at least the end of this year. Crude oil rose following supply disruptions in Libya and I 
© 2020 sharechat.co.nz Tue 9:25am 

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All Blacks legend Dan Carter sets up try in Japanese Top League
Veteran first five shows he's still got the gas in Japanese Top League win. 
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz Sun, 19 Jan 7:45am 


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UK backs fossil fuel projects despite low carbon goals
The government is funding oil and gas projects abroad, despite a commitment to cut carbon emissions. 
© 2020 BBCWorld Fri 10:45am 

Picton port are evacuated after gas leak detected on train wagon
The port at Picton has been evacuated due to a gas leak.KiwiRail has confirmed an LPG gas leak was detected on a train wagon in a yard at the port soon after 6am.Fire and Emergency says two crews from Picton arrived first on scene,... 
© 2020 NZ Herald Fri 8:45am 

Picton port evacuated as gas leaks in nearby railyard
Picton's port is being evacuated as emergency services respond to a volatile gas leak from a rail wagon tank unit. 
© 2020 RadioNZ Fri 8:25am 

Isabel dos Santos: Banker found dead in Lisbon
He managed the account of Angola's state oil firm Sonangol, once chaired by Africa's richest woman. 
© 2020 BBCWorld Fri 4:35am 

Technology Shares Climb on Tax Accord, Oil Tumbles
Technology shares rallied on the back of upbeat earnings and after the U.S 
© 2020 sharechat.co.nz Thu 9:46am 

Top New Plymouth rat catcher spurred on by Stewart Island trek
Retired oil and gas worker Dave Watson has turned his time to successfully trapping rats in urban New Plymouth. 
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz Wed 2:55pm 

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Misinformation runs rampant in the unregulated market of alternative medicine
Kiwis like Jake Bailey are targeted by snake oil salesmen, with little protection. Why is the Government taking so long to act? 
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz Wed 5:45am 

-Haftar chokes off oil Libya's oil production as fighting continues

Foreign powers back Libya ceasefire as oil output plummets
Foreign powers have agreed at a summit in Berlin to shore up a shaky ceasefire in Libya, but the meeting was overshadowed by blockades of oilfields that could cripple the country's crude production. 
© 2020 RadioNZ Mon 1:25pm 

-Hong Kong police fire tear gas as thousands rally

Auckland gas company uses GPS to trace stolen cylinders
At least two homes and one commercial property have been left without gas and hot water after an Auckland gas company went to take them away claiming they were stolen items.A North Shore resident said she was shocked to return home... 
© 2020 NZ Herald Sun, 19 Jan 1:45pm 

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