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Camp Bestival announces Weston Park line-up
Fat Boy Slim, Rag 'n' Bone Man and Becky Hill will headline a "sister" event in Weston Park, Shropshire. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 0:10am 

Blue Boy: Gainsborough painting back on display in London after 100 year absence
The painting has been hung in the National Gallery, 100 years to the day after it moved to the US. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 0:07am 

-Samsung built a fingerprint security chip for payment cards, employee IDs and more

Man charged with murder of Juliana Bonilla Herrera in Christchurch
Police have charged a 35-year-old man with the murder of Juliana Bonilla Herrera in the Christchurch suburb of Addington over the weekend. 
© 2022 RadioNZ 10:27pm 

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Neil Young wants to quit Spotify over Joe Rogan's vaccine misinformation
The star protests over vaccine misinformation in Joe Rogan's podcast, which is hosted by Spotify. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 10:27pm 

-North Korea fires two suspected cruise missiles, Seoul says
-EXPLAINER: Why Yemen's war has spilled into the Emirates
-German caution on arms to Ukraine rooted in history, energy
-32 dead in South Sudan interethnic violence: UN
-Israeli expert panel advises 4th vaccine dose for adults

Peloton takes another hit from TV heart attack
After a heart attack in Sex and the City remake, Peloton gets an unfavourable portrayal in Billions. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 8:30pm 

Petrol prices get closer to $3 a litre
By Louise Ternouth of RNZ Refilling your petrol tank is starting to sting like never before - with prices inching closer to $3 a litre.The AA says that will happen at some point this year, and prices are already nearing record... 
© 2022 NZ Herald 8:30pm 

Nasa's new space telescope reaches destination in solar orbit
Thirty days after it was launched, the James Webb telescope has arrived at the position in space where it will observe the universe. 
© 2022 RadioNZ 8:24pm 

Covid 19 Omicron outbreak: Nearly 1000 people isolating after contact with Omicron case
Nearly 1000 people are isolating after coming in contact with an Omicron case over the recent days. A Ministry of Health spokesman said as of this morning 993 contacts are associated with confirmed and suspected Omicron cases.Ten... 
© 2022 NZ Herald 8:12pm 

Covid 19: Chris Hipkins on new mask rules under Omicron
By RNZ Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins has defended the recommendation that people use disposable surgical or medical grade masks as opposed to N95s, saying it is an issue of practicality. The government today announced... 
© 2022 NZ Herald 8:12pm 

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Cardi B awarded almost £1m in damages in defamation case win
A court heard the rapper was subjected to a "malicious campaign" by YouTuber Latasha Kebe. 
© 2022 BBCWorld 0:10am 

-Zoi, a preventive care startup co-founded by a former Macron advisor, raises $23 million seed round
-Twitter's experimental 'Flock' feature will let you share tweets with your closest friends
-Starship Technologies picks up €50M from the EU's investment arm to expand its fleet of autonomous delivery robots

Horse racing: Pods as the Cup show goes ahead at Trentham
The Wellington Racing Club is thankful their Cup Day meeting at Trentham on Saturday is able to go ahead.The 10,000 expected crowd will be reduced to a tenth of the size under Covid-19 red light restrictions, with the club utilising... 
© 2022 NZ Herald 10:30pm 

Solomon Islands reports first Covid-19 deaths
Health authorities say they expect more cases in the coming days as community transmission was now widespread in the capital and some provincial areas. 
© 2022 RadioNZ 10:27pm 

-S. Korean officials say North Korea tested cruise missiles
-Iconic musician seeks to rebuild Iraq through music
-South Korean military says it appears North Korea tested cruise missiles
-EU continues training Libyan partners despite migrant abuses
-Husband says Iran sentenced activist wife to prison, lashes
-Chronic Pain Treatment Market
-Burkina Faso coup: Why soldiers have overthrown President Kaboré

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Contact Energy puts plans in place to keep power stations running as Omicron hits
Contact Energy is confident that it will be able to keep the lights on even when Omicron is at its peak. 
© 2022 RadioNZ 8:24pm 

Damage assessments underway in Cook Islands
Assessments are underway in the Cook Islands to determine the full extent of the damage from a major tropical depression. 
© 2022 RadioNZ 8:24pm 

Covid-19 will dominate, but NZ must also face 'triple planetary crisis'
Opinion: As the government prepares to deal with a looming Omicron outbreak, this won't be the only major issue it will have to tackle this year, Nathan Cooper writes. 
© 2022 RadioNZ 8:24pm 

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