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Dr Patrick Pritzwald-Stegmann.

Kiwi-trained doctor dies after alleged one-punch attack in Melbourne

Father of twin girls, Patrick Pritzwald-Stegmann had his life support turned off last night.

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The passionate exchange took place after deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders clashed with newspaper editor Brian Karem.

'Everybody in this room is only trying to do their job' – reporter clashes with White House official during fiery press briefing

"If the media can't be trusted to report the news, then that's a dangerous place for America."

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A hot air balloon landed in the middle of an Osceola County road Tuesday morning.

Watch: Hot air balloon makes unexpected stop in the middle of the street

A hot air balloon landed in the middle of an Osceola County road Tuesday morning.

There have been delays at Auckland Airport

Chinese flight delayed by five hours after woman throws coins into engine 'for luck'

Nearly 150 passengers had to be evacuated as engineers scrambled to clear the engines.

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Supermodel Miranda Kerr hands over $11 million worth of jewellery to US agents

The Wall Street Journal reported the jewels included a 11.72 carat heart-shaped diamond pendant.

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The Nokia 2280 is jazzed up, and ready to compete with Apple and Samsung.

Nokia is back: The famous brick replaced by slick and lightweight design

The Nokia 2280 is jazzed up and ready to compete with Apple and Samsung.

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Paula Bennett is visiting the capital Honiara and will join Pacific leaders to mark the end of RAMSI.

Fears as regional defence intervention ends in the Solomon Islands

After 14 years the Pacific's biggest regional defence intervention is withdrawing.

The Queen and her husband Prince Philip, right, leave after attending the funeral service of Patricia Knatchbull, the Countess Mountbatten of Burma at St Paul's Church in Knightsbridge, London.

Prince Philip makes first public appearance since hospitalisation

The Prince was admitted to hospital with an infection last week.

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The company is accused of promoting its own shipping platforms over those of its rivals.

Internet giant Google slapped with massive fine for anti-competitive behaviour

The company is accused of promoting its own shipping platforms over those of its rivals.

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At least 34 people received minor injuries when a train rain off the track in Harlem.

Raw video: Passengers pulled to safety after train derails in New York subway

At least 34 people received minor injuries when a train rain off the track in Harlem.

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The critical talks have been overshadowed by controversial comments from the White House.

US warns of 'active preparations' by Syria for chemical attack

A Pentagon says the US has seen "activity" at Shayrat airfield that "indicated active preparations for chemical weapons use."

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IT systems across Europe appear to have been hacked in the malicious virus outbreak.

New 'unprecedented' cyberattack causes mass disruption in Europe

The number of companies and agencies reportedly affected are piling up fast.

Ingredient in popular weed killer Roundup going on list as 'potentially cancerous'

The main ingredient, glyphosate, will appear on a list California keeps of potentially cancerous chemicals.

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Darren Osborne of Cardiff allegedly drove a van into a crowd of pedestrians.

London mosque terror attack suspect in court

One man died and nine people were injured in the attack.

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Modi met the Trump’s outstretched arm not as an invitation for a handshake, but as a pull toward an embrace.

Watch: 'Modi doesn't just hug anyone' - Indian PM greets Trump with a bear hug

Modi met Trump's outstretched arm not as an invitation for a handshake, but as a pull toward an embrace.

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Aussie government could slap Johnny Depp with fresh charges over dogs

Barnaby Joyce says that if Depp knew full well Pistol and Boo coming to Australia was illegal, he may have committed perjury.

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Players at the Mossley Cricket Club in Cheshire were sent scrambling as the feisty bull invaded the pitch.

Watch: Howzat! Escaped bull causes carnage as it charges players in local UK cricket match

Players in Cheshire were sent scrambling as the feisty bovine invaded the pitch.

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A team of scientists have launched the world's largest study into the problem.

How does a lack of sleep affect our brain?

A team of scientists have launched the world's largest study into the problem.

Rebecca Wright gives Seven Sharp a glimpse of the intensity surrounding the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial.

Bill Cosby faces next legal challenge, with lawsuit accusing him of sexually assaulting teen at Playboy Mansion

Judy Huth accused the comedian of forcing her to perform a sex act on him when she was 15.

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The highly delicate manoeuvre launching the 65,000 tonne aircraft carrier took many hours to complete.

Watch: Timelapse shows UK Royal Navy launching their largest ever warship

The very delicate manoeuvre launching the 65,000 tonne aircraft carrier took hours to complete.

White House warns Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad may be preparing chemical attack

Press Secretary Sean Spicer warned that Assad would pay a "heavy price" if he conducted an attack.

This Monday, June 27, 2017, photo provided by Transportation Security Administration (TSA) shows a TSA agent holding a live lobster that weighs roughly 9 kilo's at Boston's Logan International Airport.

Gigantic 9kg live lobster found in traveller's luggage at Boston airport

A customs agent said the lobster was in a cooler and "cooperated quite nicely with the screening process."

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Canadian soldier Megan Couto is the first woman to lead the Changing of the Guard ceremony.

Woman makes history by leading Buckingham Palace's Changing of the Guard

Canadian soldier Megan Couto is the first woman to lead the London ceremony.

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King's Cross Station's platform 9 and ¾ turned into a place of celebration.

Fans queue up as Harry Potter series turns 20

They're marking 20 years since the release of the first book about the boy wizard.

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Kiwis flocking to Queensland in growing numbers, census reveals

The Australian Government today released the first major batch of its 2016 census results.

Australia Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce.

Australian deputy PM urges colleagues to ditch same-sex marriage, concentrate on power prices

It's being reported some Liberal MPs are working on a Bill to achieve marriage equality.

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Prince Charles and Camilla visited emergency service workers and community leaders.

'You are not looking back in anger' Prince Charles meets those who helped victims of Manchester attack

The Prince and the Duchess of Cornwall visited the site of the bomb blast.

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The President's daughter is a senior White House adviser and calls her dad's political instincts "phenomenal."

'I try to stay out of politics' insists Ivanka Trump, Senior White House adviser

In an interview the President's daughter praises her father for his "phenomenal" political instincts.

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