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Tony Colston-Hayter: Brighton fraud machine maker jailed
"Audacious" Tony Colston-Hayter used the device to con people out of more than 500,000, police said. 
© 2018 BBCWorld 10:25pm 

Report: China is driving use of armed drones in Middle East
BEIRUT (AP) The use of armed drones in the Middle East, driven largely by growing sales from China, has grown significantly in the past few years with an increasing number of state and non-state actors using them in regional conflicts.That's... 
© 2018 NZ Herald 10:25pm 

2018 supercross nationals wrap up in Winton
By Andy McGechan, The New Zealand Supercross Championships wrapped up in the deep south on Saturday with new champions crowned in every class. 
© 2018 10:15pm 

Police find body believed to be missing fisherman Peter Koziol in Hawke's Bay
Police have recovered a body believed to be that of missing fisherman Peter Koziol. 
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Shamed Canterbury Bulldogs pair avoid conviction for wilful and obscene exposure
The Canterbury Bulldogs forward who appeared to perform a sex act on himself and allowed a club staff member and a teammate to do the same during drunken, public Mad Monday celebrations has previously fronted court for alcohol-related misbehaviour. 
© 2018 10:15pm 

News Daily: Workplace rights, second Brexit vote warning and SPOTY
Your morning briefing for Monday 17 December 2018. 
© 2018 BBCWorld 10:15pm 

Pageant-mad Philippines celebrates Miss Universe win
The contest is hugely popular in the Philippines though critics say such pageants objectify women. 
© 2018 BBCWorld 10:15pm 

Andrew Broad: Australian minister quits amid 'sugar baby' allegations
Andrew Broad quits the government's frontbench after a woman made allegations to a magazine. 
© 2018 BBCWorld 10:15pm 

Sajjan Kumar: Milestone conviction in deadly 1984 anti-Sikh riots
India's Congress party politician Sajjan Kumar's conviction is the most important over the 1984 riots. 
© 2018 BBCWorld 10:15pm 

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Waihi mine extension plan gets the go ahead
A plan to extend the huge open cast Martha Mine at Waihi has been given the go ahead. 
© 2018 RadioNZ 9:55pm 

Lactation consultant censured over tongue-tie operation
Senior doctors' concern about tongue-tie operations performed on new born babies have been backed up by a report on the procedure that went dramatically wrong. 
© 2018 RadioNZ 9:35pm 

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May to argue 2nd referendum would violate public trust
LONDON (AP) Prime Minister Theresa May is set to condemn calls for a second referendum on Britain's departure from the European Union, saying it would do irreparable damage to trust in democracy.In remarks released ahead of her... 
© 2018 NZ Herald 10:25pm 

Auckland maintains U21 lead; Century and Five-for for Central
Another controlled knock from the tournament's leading runscorer Saachi Shahri ensured Auckland's Under 21 side remained undefeated after today's Round Three in the annual NZC Women's Under 21 National Tournament, while defending champions Central Districts sounded a big warning with a comprehens 
© 2018 10:15pm 

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Can't win title, can finish fourth, will definitely be top six - Mourinho's Man Utd assessment
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says his side can finish in the top four despite their defeat at Liverpool. 
© 2018 BBCWorld 10:15pm 

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Hull hotel cancels homeless people's Christmas day booking
Carl Simpson told the BBC his Christmas hotel booking for 24 homeless people had been cancelled 
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'Immune system link' to chronic fatigue
Researchers say the study is a "light in the fog" in the search for the causes of chronic fatigue syndrome. 
© 2018 BBCWorld 10:15pm 

Three-year-old assaulted on Delhi bus rape anniversary
The incident occurred on the sixth anniversary of the gang rape of a student on a bus in India. 
© 2018 BBCWorld 10:15pm 

1MDB: Malaysia charges Goldman Sachs and two bankers
The bank and former employees are charged following an investigation of Malaysian state fund 1MDB. 
© 2018 BBCWorld 10:15pm 

TVNZ apologises to Shortland Street audience after plane crash cliffhanger
TVNZ has apologised after tonight's Shortland Street cliffhanger featuring a deadly plane crash aired within hours of a real life double-fatal aviation tragedy.The episode which ran this evening was the last for the year and concluded... 
© 2018 NZ Herald 10:05pm 

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