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Covid-19: What it's like for health staff in the ICU
First Person - Caring for a person in a critical condition with Covid-19 is a high-stress situation that requires the right equipment and training. RNZ's Ruth Hill investigates. 
© 2020 RadioNZ 8:55pm 

Covid-19: India's race to build a low-cost ventilator to save thousands
A start-up of young engineers - assisted by experts - are rushing to design a low-cost ventilator they hope to mass produce. 
© 2020 RadioNZ 8:55pm 

How Matt Lucas' Baked Potato Song will help feed NHS workers
The Little Britain star is releasing his Baked Potato Song to raise funds for the FeedNHS campaign. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 8:35pm 

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Coronavirus: Victoria University defends call to suspend all classes to April 28
It's the only university in New Zealand to not offer online classes during the lockdown. 
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz 8:26pm 

Cornoavirus: PPE in the ICU - what it's like for health staff?
Caring for a person in a critical condition with Covid-19 is a high-stress situation that requires the right equipment and training. 
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz 8:25pm 

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-Moqtada al-Sadr Is Courting Irrelevance in Iraq
-Merkel Is Isolating But Pressure Mounts on Her to Save Europe
-Trump allies warn against feud with swing-state governor
-Trump says 'life and death' at stake in following guidelines
-UN General Assembly to decide on rival COVID-19 resolutions
-Census Day arrives with US almost paralyzed by coronavirus

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-More than 50 infected with virus at California nursing home
-Saudi official urges Muslims to delay hajj plans over virus
-Tencent and United Nations announce global partnership to hold thousands of conversations online through platforms including VooV Meeting for the UN's 75th anniversary

Guam to allow entry to sailors from Covid-stricken aircraft carrier
Guam's government has agreed to host hundreds of sailors from a US aircraft carrier riddled with Covid-19 in local hotels. 
© 2020 RadioNZ 8:15pm 

Rugby league: NRL deregister Canterbury Bulldogs players Jayden Okunbor and Corey Harawira-Naera
The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have cancelled the playing contracts of Jayden Okunbor and Corey Harawira-Naera after the NRL deregistered the disgraced duo on Wednesday.Okunbor and Harawira-Naera were preliminarily suspended... 
© 2020 NZ Herald 8:05pm 

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Southern DHB 'facing challenges like every other district' - chief exec
Southland is top of the unfortunate leaderboard for Covid-19 cases, with 108 people who have the virus. 
© 2020 RadioNZ 8:55pm 

Covid 19 coronavirus: Auckland father of Marist College student speaks after hospital stay
The father of a Marist College student who was twice turned away before testing positive for Covid-19 is applauding measures to expand testing criteria and urges any suspect cases to "be persistent". Geoff Muliaga Brown last night... 
© 2020 NZ Herald 8:55pm 

Covid-19: Government looks to fast-track infrastructure projects after lockdown
The government plans to release a list of infrastructure projects to begin as soon as the lockdown is over, to lessen the economic blow of Covid-19. 
© 2020 RadioNZ 8:35pm 

Director of Solomon Islands ponzi scheme arrested
Police in Solomon Islands have arrested a director of the ponzi scheme One Link Pacifica. 
© 2020 RadioNZ 8:35pm 

'Fan'-tastic voyage: Wind turbines blades being moved from Taranaki to Palmerston North
Work to move 99 massive wind turbine blades from Port Taranaki to Palmerston North is under way. 
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz 8:26pm 

Coronavirus: Family adjust to lockdown life in empty house set to be demolished
Looking from the outside the Te Aotonga family are doing it tough during the lockdown. But they're nothing but positive. 
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz 8:25pm 

Working from home? These custom Bravo backgrounds will take your zoom calls to the next level
These days, social distancing and self-quarantine have become part of our daily routines and working from home is the new normal for a lot of us. Zoom is an immersive way to stay in touch with co-workers without ever having to set foot outside, and so many companies have already transitioned into using these conference calls in place of meetings. Now, Bravo is here to take those calls to the next level with all new custom backgrounds! 
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz 8:25pm 

-Coronavirus worst crisis since WWII, UN boss says as deaths surge
-Fake news or the truth? Russia cracks down on virus postings

Lockdown of Fiji's Lautoka extended to Tuesday
The lockdown surrounding the Fiji town of Lautoka has been extended until next Tuesday. 
© 2020 RadioNZ 8:15pm 

How robots have joined the battle against coronavirus
From taking temperatures remotely to helping with hand washing, robots are helping with healthcare. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 8:05pm 

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