• Newslookup.com Free Access Alert

    Newslookup.com is one of the oldest news search engines on the internet yet a very small company. Hosting thousands of feeds through our API, 100,000+ news category pages, a 60+ million news article archive and serving millions of page views a month globally. Providing this service as well as free access of course all comes at a significant expense in hardware, bandwidth and man power hours to maintain. Like any site we cannot exist without funding from advertising, subscriptions or donations. Therefore please consider supporting us through advertising or one of the donation links on our websi

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  • Newslookup.com API

    Please note a subscription is now required to the Newslookup.com API for automated queries. If you register an account and login, you can manage a free API subscription temporarily prior to your purchase of subscription. More details can be found at these links API Feed Manager, API Search Manager, API Documentation.

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  • New Zealand announces NZ$700,000 in additional flood support as cleanup begins

    New Zealand's government on Thursday announced NZ$700,000 ($450,000) in additional funding to help rebuild flood-ravaged Auckland and other areas in the upper north island as residents of the country's second-largest city start cleaning up.

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  • Australia to replace Queen Elizabeth's image on A$5 banknote

    Australia will replace the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II from its A$5 currency note with a new design to reflect and honour the history of its Indigenous culture, the country's central bank said on Thursday.

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  • Israeli air strikes hit Gaza after rocket interception

    Israeli air strikes hit Gaza overnight on Thursday, witnesses reported, hours after the military said it intercepted a rocket fired from the strip.

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  • Pinterest cuts about 150 jobs - Bloomberg News

    Pinterest Inc is laying off about 150 employees, or 5% of its total workforce, Bloomberg News reported on Wednesday, joining a flurry of technology companies that are firing workers to cut costs.

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  • Ukraine is using Palantir's software for 'targeting,' CEO says

    Data analytics company Palantir is "responsible for most of the targeting in Ukraine," Chief Executive Alex Karp said Wednesday, elaborating on the U.S. company's work with Kyiv since Russia's invasion last year.

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  • Asia's crude oil imports hit record high, but it's not China: Russell

    Asia's imports of crude oil reached a record high in January, but the strength wasn't driven by China, with the world's biggest buyer actually recording a decline.

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  • President Biden and House Speaker McCarthy have 'frank' conversation about U.S. debt

    Newly elected House Speaker Kevin McCarthy said he was encouraged by his meeting with President Joe Biden to discuss the national debt, which left him with the belief that an agreement can be reached.

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  • Australian Cardinal Pell's funeral marked by arrival of protesters, mourners

    Protesters gathered and mourners began to arrive in Sydney on Thursday ahead of the funeral service of Australian Cardinal George Pell, a former top Vatican official who was acquitted in 2020 of sexual abuse accusations.

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