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Police launch internal review into policy of taking photos of young people
Police have launched a national review into a policy of taking photos of young people after it was revealed officers in Wairarapa took illegal photos of rangatahi - but they deny it is a widespread practice. 
© 2021 RadioNZ 6:55am 

Japan warns it will block NZ honey shipments if glyphosate limits breached
New Zealand sent almost $68m of honey to Japan last year, but the country is warning it will stop our honey imports if it continues to find the weed killer glyphosate during border testing. 
© 2021 RadioNZ 6:35am 

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 

Players warm up to strict quarantine at Australian Open
The Australian Open boss believes most players support being locked down in quarantine with three new cases of COVID-19 linked to participants of the Grand Slam. 
© 2021 RadioNZ 6:15am 

US historians on what Donald Trump's legacy will be
The last four years have been a whirlwind - we asked the experts to break down Trump's key moments. 
© 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 

'Too many heroes to name' - India savour famous victory over Australia
India's series-clinching victory over Australia at the Gabba is one of their "greatest wins ever" according to former batsman Mohammad Kaif. 
© 2021 BBCWorld 6:15am 

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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 


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Joe Biden inauguration: When are he and Kamala Harris sworn in?
The inauguration of a new president is a day that usually follows decades of custom and precedent. A day that follows a routine set in stone. Well, you can forget all that this year. 
© 2021 RadioNZ 6:55am 

Auckland traffic: Motorways flowing well
We have all you need to know about traffic and weather-related incidents in Auckland. 
© 2021 Stuff.co.nz 6:25am 

International triathlon coach sets up training squad in New Plymouth for all ages and abilities
A new triathon training squad is opening in New Plymouth. 
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'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 

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Tokyo Olympics will go ahead, say organisers
Tokyo Olympics organisers tell BBC Scotland they are not willing to see the event held behind closed doors - and that the Games "will take place this summer". 
© 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 

Trapped Chinese miners say thanks for medicine, call for sausages
Communication with 12 men trapped in Chinese gold mine sparks hope of rescue, but 10 remain missing. 
© 2021 BBCWorld 6:15am 

Stolen 500-year-old painting found in Naples cupboard
The artwork has been returned to an Italian museum - whose staff were unaware it was missing. 
© 2021 BBCWorld 6:15am 

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