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    Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are moving out of their UK home so Princess Eugenie can move in
     24 November 2020
    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's personal items were reportedly collected from Frogmore Cottage, Windsor by removal vans one evening, meaning the pregnant Princess and her husband can move in
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    Police admit they fell short by mishandling a 111 call from Maketu in March last year
    24 Nov: Police admit they fell short by mishandling a 111 call from Maketu in March last year... more
    Aucklanders are being urged to prepare for possible power cuts this week
    24 Nov: Aucklanders are being urged to prepare for possible power cuts this week... more
    Cameron Diaz sees cooking as her "love language"
    24 Nov: The 'What Happens in Vegas' star has enjoyed cooking for her husband Benji Madden and her 10-month-old Raddix during lockdown and admits being able to cook for her little girl has been "incredible"... more
    Steven Adams has signed a contract extension as part of his move across NBA franchises
    24 Nov: Steven Adams has signed a contract extension as part of his move across NBA franchises... more
    Kiwi business tycoon Sir Ron Brierley's now facing 14 charges of allegedly possessing child abuse materials
    24 Nov: Kiwi business tycoon Sir Ron Brierley's now facing 14 charges of allegedly possessing child abuse materials... more
    US politics updates: Donald Trump tells US Government to start transition of power to Joe Biden
    24 Nov: US President Donald Trump says he has asked the US Government to begin the official transition process, but remains confident in his diminishing legal challenges over the result of the election.... more
    A man who murdered a Christchurch sex worker has failed in a last ditch appeal to New Zealand's high court
    24 Nov: A man who murdered a Christchurch sex worker has failed in a last ditch appeal to New Zealand's high court... more
    Sheridan Smith found it tough having "no help" with a new baby in lockdown
    24 Nov: The 'Cilla' star welcomed son Billy into the world in May with her fiancé Jamie Horn but admits it was tough having her new arrival during the coronavirus pandemic... more
    The Government's being urged to bring in new DNA laws for criminal investigations
    24 Nov: The Government's being urged to bring in new DNA laws for criminal investigations... more

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     19 Nov: Donald Trump keeps claiming the US election was rigged from 'Dominion down'. So what is Dominion Voting Systems? ++++
     18 Nov: Dairy prices have risen again at the latest Global Dairy Trade auction overnight ++++

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     Today's News

    Entertainment:
    Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are moving out of their UK home so Princess Eugenie can move in 19:44

    Entertainment:
    Cameron Diaz sees cooking as her "love language" 19:14

    Environment:
    Aucklanders are being urged to prepare for possible power cuts this week 18:57

    Entertainment:
    Sheridan Smith found it tough having "no help" with a new baby in lockdown 18:44

    Business:
    Steven Adams has signed a contract extension as part of his move across NBA franchises 18:37

    Entertainment:
    Shawn Mendes misses "hanging with his parents" when he's on tour 18:14

    Law and Order:
    A man who murdered a Christchurch sex worker has failed in a last ditch appeal to New Zealand's high court 18:07

    Law and Order:
    Police admit they fell short by mishandling a 111 call from Maketu in March last year 17:57

    Entertainment:
    Miranda Kerr is "so grateful" her ex Orlando Bloom has found Katy Perry 17:44

    Business:
    Kiwi business tycoon Sir Ron Brierley's now facing 14 charges of allegedly possessing child abuse materials 17:37

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