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Amy Schumer reveals she has Cushing's Syndrome
The actress sought medical advice and was diagnosed after people said her face looked "puffier". 
© 2024 BBCWorld 11:45pm 

Gang patch ban: Public want to know how it would be enforced
Public opinion on the coalition government's planned crackdown on gang patches is divided, with some Cantabrians hoping it will make New Zealand safer, while others have concerns over how it will be enforced. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 10:45pm 

One person in critical condition after Lower Hutt attack
A greater police presence will be seen in a Lower Hutt suburb after an assault landed a person in hospital. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 9:55pm 

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-Malaysia’s King Warns Against Threatening Stability Under Anwar
-240-million-year-old ‘Chinese Dragon’ fossil revealed by scientists
-Dozens walk in solidarity in Scranton for those in Gaza
-South Korea warns young doctors may have licenses suspended if they're not back at work by Thursday
-Burkina Faso: At least 15 dead in Catholic church attack
-UN member states are meeting to plan how to tackle the world's environmental crises
-Baidu, NetEase to Chart Path Ahead as China Tightens Grip on Tech Firms
-US diesel exports to Europe dip on plummeting refining output

Residents still concerned about new indoor composting site in Christchurch
It is the one major concern still lingering over the planned organics processing plant for a Christchurch suburb, residents say. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 8:25pm 

Golriz Ghahraman facing another charge as court date for former Green MP pushed back again
Police are laying a fourth charge against the former Green MP, who is accused of stealing nearly $10,000 worth of goods. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 8:25pm 

Best moments from Six Nations week three
Watch the top five moments from round three of the Six Nations as Duhan van der Merwe scores an incredible try and Hollywood star Gerard Butler enjoys a day out at Murrayfield. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 8:15pm 

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Pakistan woman in Arabic print dress saved from mob
Hundreds mistakenly accused the woman of wearing a dress adorned with Quran verses. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 8:15pm 

Ryanair warns of 10% fare rise on fewer new planes
Airline boss Michael O'Leary says prices could rise due to delays in Boeing delivering new planes. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 8:15pm 


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Chase & Status win Brit Award for best producer
The drum and bass duo pick up an early prize ahead of the main ceremony in London this weekend. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 11:25pm 

Ministry of Education explains why it has hired so many new staff
A select committee wants to know why the ministry has added about 1900 staff, in five years. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 10:45pm 

Canterbury shaken by magnitude 5.1 earthquake
A 5.1 magnitude earthquake has struck in Canterbury tonight. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 10:45pm 

Name of man who died in fiery crash near Invercargill released
The 41-year-old died after his car crashed and caught fire earlier this month. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 9:05pm 

Australian pilot kidnapped in Papua New Guinea's highlands
An Australian pilot has been kidnapped "at gunpoint" in Papua New Guinea's highlands on Monday afternoon. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 9:05pm 

-Hong Kong Security Law May Hurt News Reporting, Press Group Says
-Putin appears unstoppable, but even he 'doesn't know where the tolerance of the Russian people lies,' an economic historian said
-ISW: Russian officials refrain from publicly discussing invasion anniversary
-Men suffering domestic violence struggle to find sympathy and support
-Disney, Reliance Said to Ink Binding India Media Merger Pact

Man who stole gourmet pies, smoothies and a margarita behind bars
The offending ended soon after he gatecrashed an 80th birthday party and helped himself to some cake. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 8:25pm 

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Six Nations talking points from round three
Are Ireland pulling away? Will Duhan van der Merwe ever stop scoring against England? Plus why the shot clock cost Italy a famous win over France. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 8:15pm 

Health unions to ballot members on new pay offer
Under the offer staff would receive a pay uplift of 5% and a one-off payment of £1,505. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 8:15pm 

England's strongest man rolls up frying pan
Paddy Haynes has won many awards for his strength and hopes to win more titles this year. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 8:15pm 

Runaway Indian train travels 70km without driver
Videos of the train zooming past railway stations went viral on social media. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 8:15pm 

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