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Kylie Minogue tells Brits to 'call on your friends in Australia' in star-studded tourism campaign

The Age Wednesday, 25 December 2019
The Australian singer issued a Christmas invitation to British television viewers as part of a $15 million tourism campaign.
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News video: Kylie Minogue on her love for the Queen

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Kylie Minogue speaks about her love of the Queen. She made the comments to PA during an interview about her latest project for Tourism Australia. Kylie says the Queen has a special aura and represents a centenary.

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Ed Sheeran auctions off his personal items for charity [Video]

Ed Sheeran auctions off his personal items for charity

Ed Sheeran has donated some of his personal items to be sold at a charityauction, including a collection of his childhood Lego bricks. The popstar hasalso provided handwritten lyrics to his hit single Perfect, a signed posterand ticket to his first gig and a handmade You Need Me EP from 2009 to be soldonline to help two charities – GeeWizz and Zest - in Suffolk, where he grewup. Celebrities including David Beckham, Kylie Minogue and Usain Bolt havealso donated items and unique experiences to the auction which has 220 lotsand was organised with the help of Ed’s parents John and Imogen Sheeran.

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Kylie Minogue credits boyfriend for 'holding me in a way that no one else can' [Video]

Kylie Minogue credits boyfriend for 'holding me in a way that no one else can'

Kylie Minogue has credited her boyfriend Paul Solomons for "holding her in a way that no one else can", after he nursed her back to health when she fell ill on tour.

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Nicola Sturgeon: There is no magic way out of Covid-19 [Video]

Nicola Sturgeon: There is no magic way out of Covid-19

The number of positive coronavirus cases in Scotland has passed 60,000, NicolaSturgeon has announced. She said 28 coronavirus deaths and 1,202 positivetests have been recorded in the past 24 hours. Ms Sturgeon said: “The positionwe are in right now is really tough and everyone is thoroughly sick of it.“That has been the case for some time but as the nights get darker and we headinto winter, and as our attention and thoughts turn to Christmas, I think thatfeeling becomes a heavier one for all of us.”

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Lib Dems call for standardised Christmas restrictions [Video]

Lib Dems call for standardised Christmas restrictions

Liberal Democrats leader Sir Ed Davey has called for a four-nation approach to Covid-19 restrictions over Christmas, warning that people face confusion and complexity unless measures can be standardised across the UK. Report by Etemadil. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Sir Ed Davey calls on Government to outline Christmas Covid-19 strategy [Video]

Sir Ed Davey calls on Government to outline Christmas Covid-19 strategy

Leader of the Liberal Democrats Sir Ed Davey MP tells BBC Breakfast that theGovernment needs to come up with a coronavirus Christmas strategy across allfour UK nations.

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'A critical period': Virus alerts issued for six new Sydney venues, as authorities flag Christmas warning

NSW Chief Medical Officer Kerry Chant says the festive season will bring new challenges in controlling the spread of COVID-19 as people relax and party.
SBS

'A critical period': NSW warned about Christmas, as state records one new coronavirus case

NSW Chief Medical Officer Kerry Chant says the festive season will bring new challenges in controlling the spread of COVID-19 as people relax and party.
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