New Zealand: Book pulled after author criticises Maori tattoo

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New Zealand: Book pulled after author criticises Maori tattoo

first_imgThe woman called foreign affairs minister Nanaia Mahuta’s traditional tattoo “ugly and uncivilised”.- Advertisement –last_img

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Mohammed Kudus eager to solidify Black Stars status

first_imgBlack Stars and FC Nordsjaelland forward Mohammed Kudus is aspiring to keep his place in the team long-term following his impressive debut.The former Right to Dream product scored for Ghana in their opening Afcon 2021 qualifier against South Africa and came on as a substitute in the second match played against Sao Tome and Principe.“I am happy with what I have done but this is just the beginning.“The call up is important but how to stay in the team is also important.“This is the time for the work to start,”he stated.He says complacency isn’t an issue despite the high praise.last_img read more

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TOUCHLINE: It’s Balotelli or nothing for Christmas for Efya

first_imgEfya is arguably Ghana’s leading female music star with her afro-pop, soul, and jazz songs captivating audiences across borders.Aside music, Efya is a silent sports enthusiast with football taking centre stage. On this week’s edition of Touchline, she reveals among other things, her favorite football star is controversial Italian Mario Balotelli on the New E-Chat segment. Know you are curious to  watch but a bit of the hard core soccer stuff.The Touchline  panel  also looked at the current drama in the English Premier League especially following Manchester United boss Van Gaal rant at the British press and  Chelsea’s somewhat almost immediate resurgence days after the departure of Jose Mourinho.What about Arsenal’s impressive run so far? Can Wenger win the league title again? Click the link below to find out more in this week’s edition of Touchline anchored by JOY Sports George Addo Jnr .last_img read more

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