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Conn. (AP) State police are investigating after white powder was found on a plane that landed at Bradley International Airport. Airport spokesman John Wallace says the powder was found in a bathroom of a JetBlue aircraft Monday night. Wallace says
Auckland [ change ] Fine Max 13° Min 6° Caution around white powder a sign of the times Laura Dooney, Newstalk ZB July 16, 2013, 6:05 am An expert says police have no choice but to react with great caution when white powder is delivered to government
Think-tank report flags motorway-exit charge to bridge gap in funding for Auckland transport projects worth $68 billion. Drivers may be tolled at Auckland motorway exit ramps to ease pressure on ratepayers over a $12 billion transport funding gap,
Police have warned people to stay away from the sealed-off area, saying firefighters are working to decontaminate the scene. Police said the man carried the white powder into the station in an envelope and placed it on the counter.
New Zealand is poised to flick into a trade surplus with one of the world's biggest economies, China, as exports there have tripled in the past few years. Last year, the value of New Zealand's Chinese imports exceeded exports by about $800 million,
Seattle Fire Department says the white powder was not hazardous. The Seattle Fire Department's Hazardous Materials team is investigating an envelope containing a suspicious white powder that was sent to an office building at 1215 Fourth Ave.
A letter containing white powder and addressed to Greens MLA Shane Rattenbury was opened by one of his staffers. Another two suspicious packages addressed to Chief Minister Katy Gallagher and Opposition Leader Jeremy Hanson were also found. There are
Friday night, complaining of dizziness after they came into contact with a letter containing the substance. Police say the officers, along with the men, were decontaminated at the station as a precaution. A section of the building went into lockdown,
Emergency workers are at the Staten Island civil courthouse, where sources say a judge opened a suspicious letter containing white powder. Sources tell NY1 that Judge Kim Dollard opened the letter around 3:30 p.m. at the courthouse in West New
Yahoo employees were evacuated Monday morning from the complex at 701 1st Ave. after the workers opened a package containing a suspicious white powder that was later determined to be harmless. Sunnyvale police said they were called to the scene