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© 2021 Stuff.co.nz 6:25am Explainer: What private equity investment would mean for New Zealand Rugby
Private equity investment would be a game changer for NZ Rugby, but how does the industry work and what's in it for the national game?
© 2021 Stuff.co.nz 6:25am 'It was a four-year soap opera'
With Joe Biden set to be inaugurated, what have Americans in the UK made of the past four years?
© 2021 BBCWorld 6:15am Australian Open: Katie Boulter says players 'are looked at with a magnifying glass'
British tennis player Katie Boulter explains how players are preparing for the Australian Open.
© 2021 BBCWorld 6:15am 'We need Aguero' - Guardiola says 'no' to January striker signings
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says the club need striker Sergio Aguero back rather than possible replacement signings.
© 2021 BBCWorld 6:15am 'Egg on face' for Vaughan and Sehwag takes aim at 'Australian arrogance' - social media reaction
The cricket world, including former stars Michael Vaughan and Virender Sehwag, react to India's outstanding win over Australia.
© 2021 BBCWorld 6:15am Egyptian woman arrested for baking 'indecent' cakes
Photos of the cakes, some topped with genitalia fashioned out of fondant icing, went viral online.
© 2021 BBCWorld 6:15am Italy PM Conte faces crucial Senate vote to stay in power
The vote in Italy's upper house was triggered by a row over EU funds to tackle Covid.
© 2021 BBCWorld 6:15am Japan: One dead as snowstorm causes 130-car pile-up
One person is killed and at least 10 are injured after cars collide on the Tohoku Expressway.
© 2021 BBCWorld 6:15am Covid: UK records new daily high of 1,610 deaths
The total number of deaths, within 28 days of a positive test, during the pandemic is now over 90,000.
© 2021 BBCWorld 6:15am Thai woman jailed for record 43 years for criticising monarchy
The sentence is the country's harshest ever for insulting the monarchy.
© 2021 BBCWorld 6:15am Meghan 'would have known letter could become public', argues Mail on Sunday in court case
Lawyers for the Mail on Sunday claim in court she knew a letter to her father could be made public.
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