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    Maori All Blacks and Chiefs rugby player Sean Wainui dies in car crash
     18 October 2021
    New Zealand rugby is mourning the death of Sean Wainui after the 25-year-old was involved in a single-vehicle accident on Monday morning.
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    The T20 World Cup is underway — but this year's tournament is a little different
    18 Oct: The men's T20 World Cup is underway, but with teams such as Papua New Guinea, Scotland and Oman in action, you may be a little confused as to how the tournament works. Luckily, the answers are here.... more
    Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez vows to 'abolish' prostitution, saying it 'enslaves' women
    18 Oct: Spain is home to a large number of brothels and one survey suggested one in three men had paid for sex. The country's PM wants that to change.... more
    Newcastle United's new era begins in defeat to Tottenham as players help save the life of spectator
    18 Oct: Newcastle United begins its life under new Saudi ownership with defeat to Tottenham in a game that was halted as medics rushed to the aid of a spectator.... more
    Family of Sir David Amess call for togetherness after suspected terror attack
    18 Oct: The family of murdered British MP Sir David Amess say hatred must be set aside and plead for "togetherness".... more
    The Batman trailer is unveiled at DC FanDome, showing Robert Pattinson in dark, violent turn
    17 Oct: The trailer revealed at DC FanDome virtual event shows Pattinson's Dark Knight methodically taking down foes despite being outnumbered.... more
    When will Melbourne's COVID lockdown lift and what you will be able to do?
    17 Oct: Victoria's Premier Daniel Andrews says the state's lockdown will lift at 11:59pm on Thursday, when 70 per cent of eligible adults are expected to be fully vaccinated.... more
    Parents ask for stronger ventilation standards ahead of return to schools in NSW
    17 Oct: As students prepare to return to school in NSW from Monday, the state government has been auditing ventilation in schools. But some parents believe more can be done to improve airflow in classrooms.... more
    How the Murdaugh murders mystery unravelled a knot of bizarre behaviour and alleged crimes in America's Deep South
    17 Oct: The violent murders of a mother and son killed at their family's hunting lodge attracted widespread attention in the US, setting off a chain of events that culminated in the family being linked to a number of other crimes. Here's what we know about the Murdaughs.... more
    Intersex people urge ban on non-consensual 'sex-normalisation' surgeries
    17 Oct: Noah underwent surgeries to make him more typically male when he was just a baby. Now advocates are pushing to stop unnecessary procedures until intersex children are old enough to consent.... more

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    The prop gun which Alec Baldwin fired on the set of ‘Rust’ allegedly contained a “live round”, according to the Prop Masters Union 9:50

    Emma Raducanu has won her first tennis match since stunning the world with last month's US Open triumph 9:24

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