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Is your 'phubbing' ruining your relationship? Probably not as much as you thought
The impolite habit of ignoring a partner while answering emails or scrolling on a smartphone is such a widespread phenomenon that behavioural experts even have a term for - "phubbing".The word, a contraction of "phone snubbing",... 
© 2022 NZ Herald 5:11pm 

One person missing after boat flips near Queenstown
One person remains unaccounted for after a boat tipped in the Kawarau Gorge in Gibbston Valley just before 3pm today.In a statement, police said four people were tipped out during the incident, with three being recovered.One person... 
© 2022 NZ Herald 4:15pm 

War in Ukraine: The making of a new Russian propaganda machine
A pro-Kremlin outlet was launched at the start of the invasion to target Russian-occupied Ukraine. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 4:09pm 

Transfer rumours: Kante, Dembele, Dybala, Di Maria, Gallagher, Perisic, Raphinha, Gundogan
Man Utd hope to sign N'Golo Kante from Chelsea, Conor Gallagher and Ilkay Gundogan set for talks to decide their futures, Liverpool want Ousmane Dembele, plus more. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 4:09pm 

Real Madrid: European champions 'have done remarkable things'
Real Madrid's latest European triumph has been built on drama and incredible comebacks - months after they were on the wrong end of one of the great Champions League shocks. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 4:09pm 

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Why cassava could be a way to keep food costs down
As the price of wheat shoots up, Uganda's President Museveni urges people to eat cassava instead. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 4:08pm 

Hong Kong's Omicron crisis: ‘It took just 10 days for everyone to be infected’
More than half of those to die in the latest wave to hit Hong Kong were care home residents. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 4:08pm 

Bankrupt Slough Borough Council spent £28k on HQ's plants
The authority will likely move out of its HQ as a result of its £760m debt, a councillor says. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 4:08pm 

Jerusalem tensions high ahead of Israeli youth Flag March
Thousands of flag-waving Israelis are due to pass through Muslim areas, amid Palestinian anger. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 4:08pm 

Ulvade shooting: Kamala Harris calls for assault weapons ban
The US vice-president makes the plea as she attends the funeral of a victim of a mass shooting. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 4:08pm 


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Workplace behaviour: Give us a smile? Not unless you want to cause offence
Telling your colleague to smile more is inappropriate, say two thirds of office workers, as a poll reveals the "dos" and "don'ts" in the modern workplace.The research by Ipsos found similar proportions felt it was unacceptable to... 
© 2022 NZ Herald 5:11pm 

Super Rugby Pacific: Moana Pasifika upset Brumbies to finish on a high
Moana Pasifika 32Brumbies 22 Consider Moana Pasifika's final match of the season a sign of things to come.In a debut season derailed by Covid-19, the Super Rugby Pacific newcomers have made a closing statement with a 32-22 win... 
© 2022 NZ Herald 4:14pm 

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Liverpool 0-1 Real Madrid: Champions League defeat caps miserable end to magnificent season amid Paris chaos
Liverpool's magnificent season comes to a miserable conclusion in Paris amid stadium chaos and a lop-sided mixture of emotions. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 4:09pm 

Why scientists are also watching animal YouTube videos
Those viral moments of unusual animal behaviour provide valuable insight for researchers as well. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 4:08pm 

Why can't the US stop soaring oil and gas prices?
As prices rise, oil and gas firms in the US want to capitalise - but the industry has changed. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 4:08pm 

Monkeypox wasn’t created in a lab - and other claims debunked
"Copy and paste" conspiracies that spread during the pandemic are being pushed for monkeypox. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 4:08pm 

Five things to know about Colombia's election
Colombians could be about to elect their first left-wing leader ever in a polarised presidential poll. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 4:08pm 

Trads: The extreme Hindu nationalists inspired by alt-right memes
A movement inspired by Western extremists uses memes to promote Hindu supremacy. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 4:08pm 

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Imperial measurement review to mark Jubilee
But Labour MP Angela Eagle calls the review a "pathetic" attempt to "weaponise nostalgia". 
© 2022 BBCWorld 4:08pm 

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