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Man charged after attack on bus driver in Ponsonby
Police say the attack was "violent and unprovoked" after the driver asked a person who did not tag on to get off. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 4:35pm 

Child dies after driveway crash in Waiuku
Police said they were notified of the crash on a driveway on Mellsop Avenue about 11.07am. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 3:45pm 

Ministry of Social Development accepts 200 voluntary redundancies - PSA
The Public Service Association says further job cuts are likely. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 3:45pm 

Kiwi Indians celebrate harvest and new year festivals
Diverse communities nationwide mark Sikh Baisakhi, Telugu Ugadi and Malayali Vishu. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 3:45pm 

Recent Auckland robberies could be linked, police say
The incidents have led police to increase their presence at shopping malls across the city - with more than 100 visits completed. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 3:25pm 

-Three suspected Chinese spies arrested in Germany — caught stealing sensitive tech secrets
-Hunting for the Birthplace of the World’s Rarest Diamonds
-Iraqi father in legal first against BP over son's death
-South Africa election: Jacob Zuma leads 3-0 in court battles
-Unease as Rwanda gears up for arrival of UK migrants

Wales' first brain tumour hub announced
A £1m brain tumour research hub will be set up in Wales. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 2:55pm 

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'It is the end for Ten Hag - there is no coming back'
Erik ten Hag's time as Manchester United manager is reaching an end and there is "no coming back", says Chris Sutton. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 2:55pm 

Booing your own anthem - Hong Kong and a dilemma
Beijing's increasing influence has led to speculation that Hong Kong's days of an independent football scene are numbered. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 2:55pm 

Arrests, raids and infighting: India's opposition takes on Modi
The unwieldy alliance has had leaders arrested and bank accounts frozen as it tries to unseat the PM. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 2:55pm 

Unease as Rwanda gears up for arrival of UK migrants
Rwanda is gearing up to welcome deported asylum seekers now the landmark UK bill has passed. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 2:55pm 

Handbag designer jailed for wildlife smuggling
Nancy Gonzalez recruited relatives to smuggle purses made of illicit python and caiman into the US. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 2:55pm 


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Ports of Auckland worker death trial: Doubt cast over consultation on changes
Jobs were given to dock workers already busy with other tasks, an expert witness says. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 4:35pm 

Former Superannuation Fund head Matt Whineray to chair FirstCape Group
FirstCape Group is a local investment giant with $44 billion of funds under management. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 3:45pm 

Family of teen Zara Mitchell, killed in crash, express forgiveness for killer
Adam Rapson was behind the wheel of an unsafe car that smashed into a house near Rangiora at high speed after fleeing police. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 3:45pm 

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PNG slow with reforms and ongoing restrictions to freedom of expression
Papua New Guinea is failing to meet its guarantees of human rights and civic freedoms, an international alliance of civil society groups warns. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 3:25pm 

-In Brazil, hopes to use AI to save wildlife from roadkill fate
-Rwanda bill to become law after months of wrangling

Korda wins Chevron Championship to match LPGA record
World number one Nelly Korda wins the Chevron Championship and matches the LPGA record for successive victories. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 2:55pm 

Inter seal Serie A title by winning Milan derby
Inter Milan seal their 20th Italian title by beating arch-rivals and nearest challengers AC Milan in a historic Derby della Madonnina. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 2:55pm 

Kinder Buenos worth £134k stolen from estate
Thieves have made off with £134,000 worth of Kinder Bueno chocolate in an early morning raid. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 2:55pm 

Drag queen Lady Bushra on life, laughs and Bradford
Lady Bushra, one of the UK's best-known British Asian drag queens, opens up about his first UK tour. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 2:55pm 

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Rwanda flights 'by July' and Huw Edwards resigns
A vote on the government's asylum bill and Huw Edwards' departure from the BBC lead the papers. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 2:55pm 

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