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Nurse has regristration cancelled following racist social media posts
A New Plymouth Nurse who made a public post on social media saying all Maori nurses do is have meetings all day and "sit on their fat arses", has had her registration canceled for the next two years. 
© 2020 RadioNZ 2:07pm 

Covid 19 Coronavirus: Shortland Street-branded face masks released
It's the country's most famous hospital, but don't expect to see real-world surgeons wearing a Shortland Street face mask.Art is imitating life at the television soap with the release of a limited edition mask designed by graffiti... 
© 2020 NZ Herald 2:07pm 

Christchurch ratepayer money loaned to develop 10-court sports centre at Nga Puna Wai
Developers of a major sports facility in Christchurch have been loaned $500,000 in ratepayer money.The developers of the $20 million Netsal facility planned at Nga Puna Wai initially asked Christchurch City Council for a $1 million... 
© 2020 NZ Herald 2:07pm 

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Bayern Munich 4-0 Atletico Madrid: Champions League holders off to excellent start
Champions League holders Bayern Munich extend their record run to 12 straight wins in the competition as they thump Atletico Madrid. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 2:06pm 

Covid-hit Shakhtar earn famous win over Real Madrid
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane takes responsibility as the 13-time European Cup winners are handed a humiliating defeat by a second-string Shakhtar Donetsk side. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 2:06pm 

Aguero's 40th Champions League goal helps Man City fight back to beat Porto
Manchester City get their 10th attempt at winning the Champions League off to a winning start after fighting back to beat Porto. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 2:05pm 

Tanzania President John Magufuli: The man who 'banned' coronavirus
President John Magufuli’s idiosyncratic handling of Covid-19 has put Tanzania in the global spotlight. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 2:05pm 

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Coronavirus: 'I caught Covid at my uncle's funeral'
A man in India who spread coronavirus after catching it at a funeral reflects on his decision to attend. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 2:05pm 

Zambia: Anglo American sued for 'mass lead poisoning'
A lawsuit seeks compensation from a subsidiary of Anglo American over alleged mass poisoning. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 2:05pm 


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Paris rejects campaign accounts of Caledonia Together party
The campaign accounts of the Caledonia Together party for last year's provincial elections have been voided. 
© 2020 RadioNZ 2:07pm 

Auckland Council appoints head of new agency to help economic recovery after Covid 19
A newly formed group to help with Auckland's economic recovery post Covid-19 officially has its first boss. Nick Hill, the current chief executive for the Auckland Council's Tourism, Events and Economic Development (Ateed), will... 
© 2020 NZ Herald 2:07pm 

Potting mix warning: DHB says gardeners should protect against Legionnaires' disease
The Canterbury DHB is warning people to protect themselves against Legionnaires' disease ahead of Labour day. The potentially fatal disease, a form of pneumonia, was caused by legionella bacteria that live in moist organic material.... 
© 2020 NZ Herald 2:07pm 

Man City 3-1 Porto: Sergio Aguero reaches 40 goals but can he be considered a Champions League great?
Another match, another goalscoring landmark for Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero - but has he truly made his mark on the Champions League yet? 
© 2020 BBCWorld 2:07pm 

Own goal gives injury-hit Liverpool win over Ajax
Premier League champions Liverpool are helped by an own goal from Ajax's Nicolas Tagliafico to get off to a winning start in the Champions League. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 2:06pm 

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Asafoetida: The smelly spice India loves but never grew
Asafoetida occupies a treasured spot in the Indian pantry, but has never been farmed there until now. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 2:05pm 

Nagorno-Karabakh: The Armenian-Azeri 'information wars'
There are false videos that have gone viral. Some are doctored or old footage that has thousands of views. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 2:05pm 

Will cruise ships return to Venice?
Pressure is mounting on the Italian authorities to decide on the future of cruise ships in Venice. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 2:05pm 

Coronavirus: Italians find new ways to eat out
Traditional restaurants are trying to find ways of staying in business in a second wave of Covid-19. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 2:05pm 

US election: Joe Biden or Donald Trump? Persuading an undecided voter
Erica listens to her aunt and her friend make their cases for voting Joe Biden or Donald Trump. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 2:05pm 

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