New Mexico fines ‘Rust’ movie company for ‘avoidable’ shooting

An investigation by the state’s worker safety agency, which fined the company $137,000, found that the production firm knew firearm safety procedures were not being followed and demonstrated “plain indifference” to the hazards, the New Mexico Environment Department said in a statement. “This tragic incident never would have happened if Rust Movie Productions, LLC had … Read more

New Jersey Diocese settles with abuse victims for $87.5m

The Catholic Diocese in New Jersey has agreed to pay $87.5m (£67.04m) to hundreds of people sexually abused by the church. In a first, the deal also paves the way for lawsuits against insurances firms that protect dioceses against charges of negligence. It is one of the largest settlements involving the Catholic Church in the … Read more

New Zealand should spend cautiously, fiscal rules expectedfinmin –

“It’s really important that we use fiscal policy sensibly to be able to make sure New Zealand not only keeps a lid on debt but that we invest in the right things,” finance minister Grant Robertson told a news conference. He said new fiscal rules would be introduced at this year’s budget in May after … Read more

New Zealand imposes new sanctions on Russian banks

Plastic letters arranged to read “Sanctions” are placed in front the flag colors of New Zealand and Russia in this illustration taken February 28, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration WELLINGTON, April 19 (Reuters) – New Zealand unveiled new sanctions on Tuesday targeting Russia’s largest banks and financial institutions, in its response to the invasion of Ukraine. “We … Read more

New York Times names Joseph Kahn executive editor

A woman walks into the New York Times building in New York, February 7, 2013. REUTERS/Eric Thayer/File Photo April 19 (Reuters) – The New York Times Co (NYT.N) named Joseph Kahn executive editor on Tuesday, as it pursues a digital- and subscription-focused strategy bolstered by acquisitions in recent years. Kahn, who has been the Times’ … Read more

Pakistan’s new ruling alliance takes control of parliament with new speaker

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, April 16 (Reuters) – Pakistan’s new ruling alliance took control of the lower house of parliament on Saturday with the election of a new speaker, cementing control of the assembly after former premier Imran Khan was ousted in a no-confidence vote. The previous speaker and his deputy, both Khan allies, had attempted to … Read more

New Mexico ‘megafire’ could more than double in size -official

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