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    The Ashes third Test at Headingley, Leeds: Day four live blog
     25 August 2019
    Australia needs six wickets to claim victory in the third Test — and with it, retain the Ashes — but England is still dreaming of the impossible. Follow all the action in our live blog.
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    Nauru President Baron Waqa loses bid for re-election
    25 Aug: Baron Waqa loses the fight to retain his seat in his constituency in the national election, having seen his Government accused of artificially boosting its support by granting citizenship to Chinese nationals.... more
    Meat and dairy guidelines have changed. What and how much should we now eat?
    25 Aug: New guidelines recommended full-fat dairy, more eggs and less meat. But what about the other key food groups?... more
    Refugees living in fear as alleged foreign spy network infiltrates Australian suburbs
    25 Aug: Revelations alleged African axe murderers were living secretly in Australia rocked the dying days of the federal election. What it triggered was the unearthing of an alleged shadowy network of spies and their efforts to silence dissent.... more
    La Vuelta a Espana opens with chaotic team time trial as leaky paddling pool causes carnage
    25 Aug: The Vuelta a Espana started in chaotic fashion, with a car crashing before the stage and riders left sprawled across the road after a leaky paddling pool turned a dry road into a treacherous corner.... more
    Why Macau hasn't been swept up by Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests
    25 Aug: How has China's other special administrative region, Macau, kept clashes and pro-democracy movements at arm's length?... more
    NASA investigates first alleged space crime after astronaut accesses partner's bank account from ISS
    25 Aug: NASA is reportedly investigating a claim that an astronaut accessed the bank account of her estranged spouse from the International Space Station, in what could be the first allegation of a crime committed in space.... more
    How genetics could soon become the new frontier for advantage in sport
    25 Aug: While average humans have a cap on their physical abilities, elite athletes like Usain Bolt have a higher threshold, and genetic researchers are slowly piecing together the reason for this.... more
    Prince Andrew says it was a 'mistake and an error' to continue friendship with Jeffrey Epstein
    25 Aug: Britain's Prince Andrew has issued a new statement defending his friendship with disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, denying that he had any knowledge of his "criminal behaviour".... more
    Good Morning America host Lara Spencer apologises for Prince George ballet remarks
    24 Aug: Good Morning America host Lara Spencer is accused of sexism after laughing at news the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's son will take ballet lessons as part of his upcoming school curriculum.... more

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     Today's News

    Cricket:
    The Ashes third Test at Headingley, Leeds: Day four live blog 23:17

    Motoring:
    MetService has issued snow warnings for several South Island passes 21:57

    Politics:
    Nauru President Baron Waqa loses bid for re-election 21:27

    Law and Order:
    One of the men wanted for escaping police custody in Levin on Wednesday night, has been found 21:17

    General:
    Lisa Carrington will have the chance to continue her golden run at the canoe sprint World Championships in Hungary tonight 18:57

    Business:
    Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones is calling provincial growth funding for Invercargill a game changer 18:37

    Law and Order:
    One of the three prisoners who escaped from police custody at the courthouse in Levin during the week has reportedly been recaptured 18:07

    International:
    Meat and dairy guidelines have changed. What and how much should we now eat? 18:07

    Law and Order:
    Three people are being sought by police after a 70-year-old man was bashed and carjacked in Hastings 17:57

    Politics:
    Condemnation across the political spectrum of a Maori group making a land claim in Australia 17:47

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