Will New Zealand Regulate the Online Gambling Market?

Online gambling and casinos are becoming quite the attraction for players and enthusiasts alike. Casinos are becoming a common sight, and even when casinos cannot solve a person's gambling, the alternative is online gambling. It is, therefore, no wonder that these casinos are developing online gambling solutions that will help them keep their customers and satisfy them as well as possible.

Drama in the sky: A plane full of passengers started to collapse, numerous injured

Several of them were transported to the hospital after landing.
The incident happened around 16:00 local time, and numerous emergency teams waited for the passengers on the runway after landing in Auckland.
According to officials, at least one person is in serious condition.
It is a flight of LATAM Airlines Group.

Rapinoe adapting to being super sub for US

Megan Rapinoe admitted Sunday to some frustration over her limited playing time for the United States at the Women's World Cup but believes she can still change games off the bench for the holders.

The veteran was a regular starter in the U.S. teams that won the 2015 and 2019 World Cups, but at the age of 38 she is no longer a first pick in a side now coached by Vlatko Andonovski.

Two killed in shooting as New Zealand city hosts World Cup opener

A gunman killed two people and wounded six others at a building site in central Auckland Thursday, hours before New Zealand's biggest city was to host the opening match of the 2023 FIFA football World Cup.

Prime Minister Chris Hipkins said the gunman died at the scene and there was no national security threat, so the marquee tournament would go ahead as planned.

New Zealand vows to get 'gritty' to avoid World Cup embarrassment

Jitka Klimkova says her New Zealand team must get "gritty" if it is to end its 32-year wait for a first Women's World Cup win and avoid embarrassment on home soil.

The co-host kicks the tournament off with a tough test against Norway at Eden Park in Auckland on July 20, before matches against Switzerland and minnow the Philippines.

Election Day abroad has Begun

Election day abroad has begun. At exactly 10:00 p.m. Bulgarian time - 7:00 a.m. local time, the polling stations in Auckland and Christchurch in New Zealand opened their doors to Bulgarian citizens who wish to vote in the National Assembly elections, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on its website. These are the first two overseas sections where election day has started.

Djere overcomes world number three Ruud to reach Auckland quarters

AUCKLAND - Serbia's Laslo Djere is through to the quarter-finals of the ATP Auckland Open after defeating world number three Casper Ruud of Norway 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7-3) on Wednesday.

Djere won after two hours and seven minutes of play and now has a 2-0 head-to-head record against Ruud.

World number 70 Djere will face Frenchman Constant Lestienne in the quarter-finals.