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Lennon offered Celtic manager's job after sealing treble treble
Neil Lennon is offered the Celtic job less than an hour after guiding the club to a domestic treble treble. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 9:25am 

England v Australia: Smith hits century in World Cup warm-up
Steve Smith hits his first century for Australia since being banned for his part in the ball-tampering scandal to steer his side to a 12-run victory over England. 
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Marines training contributed to 'messy' England women win - Neville
England women boss Phil Neville calls his team's friendly win over Denmark "messy" - and says it is partly down to camping with the Royal Marines. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 9:25am 

Smith's ton sees Australia beat England in Cricket World Cup warm-up
Steve Smith's century leads Australia to a 12-run victory over England in a World Cup warm-up in Southampton. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 9:25am 

Person seriously injured in early morning stabbing in Christchurch
Police believe the two involved in the incident are known to each other. 
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz 8:55am 

Cyclist in critical condition after car crash in Auckland CBD
Police say they are still making enquiries to identify the cyclist, a man believed to be in his 50s. 
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz 8:55am 

Mel B addresses sound issues at Spice Girls comeback gig
Mel B has pledged to improve the sound quality for the next show. 
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz 8:55am 

Swimming NZ face Human Rights Tribunal over secret report
In 2016 Swimming NZ investigated a veteran coach for a raft of serious offences. The findings in the report remain a mystery. 
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz 8:55am 

Facebook defends decision to leave up fake Pelosi video
There is no dispute that the Facebook video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, viewed by millions is a fake, deliberately altered to make her appear drunk. YouTube acted fast and removed duplicates. Other social media outlets have not... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 8:45am 

Motorsport media awards go to Hedge, Summerfield, Burke and Marshall
Well-known names among motorsport media - David Hedge, Shaun Summerfield and Terry Marshall - were joined by relative newcomer Tayler Burke when the MotorSport New Zealand media awards were presented on Saturday 25 May in Wellington. 
© 2019 voxy.co.nz 8:35am 

MotorSport NZ thanks volunteers, officials and motorsport stalwarts
Several volunteer officials and administrators who form part of the backbone of New Zealand motorsport were recognised for their dedication and efforts by MotorSport New Zealand at the organisationís annual awards night in Wellington on 25 May. 
© 2019 voxy.co.nz 8:15am 

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I need an explanation, says Leclerc after Ferrari's Monaco error
Charles Leclerc demands answers from his Ferrari team after a strategic error results in him qualifying 15th for the Monaco Grand Prix. 
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'Farce at Ferrari is no laughing matter after latest mistake'
Ferrari are giving the impression they are set on staging a Formula 1 pantomime with their latest mistake in qualifying for Monaco, says Andrew Benson. 
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Cannes: Palme d'Or goes to Bong Joon-ho's Parasite
The South Korean director won the prestigious award for his dark comedy thriller, Parasite. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 9:25am 

Young songwriter gains confidence from award-winning slam poet
Te Kahu Rolleston's poetry workshop aims to inspire - in Haillee Thompson, it awakens something. 
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz 8:55am 

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Lisa Carrington, Scott Martlew win as New Zealand strike double World Cup canoeing gold
Lisa Carrington and Scott Martlew overcome the world in Poland. 
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz 8:55am 

Queen Victoria's wild royal sex diaries revealed
Let's all enjoy a quick history lesson, shall we.During the Victorian era, piano legs were regularly covered up for modesty's sake due to their vaguely phallic nature.Women were infamously told to, "Lie back and think of England"... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 8:55am 

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Premier motorsport awards to Dixon, Lawson, Hunt and McKechnie
Five-time IndyCars Champion Scott Dixon, 2019 Toyota Racing series winner and now Red Bull Junior Team driver Liam Lawson, former New Zealand Rally Champion Ben Hunt, and passionate classic car competitor John McKechnie were the recipients of MotorSport New Zealandís four most prestigious award 
© 2019 voxy.co.nz 8:35am 

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