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Microsoft Outlook, Office 365, Teams, and more are experiencing an outage – The Verge

Many Microsoft services, including Outlook.com, Office.com, and Microsoft Teams, are currently experiencing an outage, according to Office’s status page. “Users may be unable to access multiple Microsoft 365 services,” a notice on the page reads.

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One person dead after two-car crash near Whanganui – Stuff.co.nz

Person killed in two-car smash, closing the road for hours.

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One person has died following a serious crash near Whanganui.
Emergency services rushed to the two-car crash on State Highway 3 at Kai Iwi, between Rangitatau and Kai Iwi Valley roads, at 12.40pm on Friday.
Two fire crews and two ambulances were at the scene, a St John and Fire and Emergency spokesman said.
The road reopened about 5pm.
Inquiries into the crash are ongoing.

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Subtropical air brings a warm, humid long weekend – until the southerly arrives – Stuff.co.nz

Air out of the subtropics is going to keep temperatures warm for much of the country over Labour Weekend, particularly in the east – but a sharp cooling is predicted…

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Air out of the subtropics is going to keep temperatures warm for much of the country over Labour Weekend, particularly in the east – but a sharp cooling is predicted for southern areas on Monday.
Christchurch is forecast to get to 28 degrees Celsius on Sunday, with sunshine and northerlies, but to top out at just 17C on Monday with a southerly change. Timaru is expected to go from a high of 27C on Sunday to just 12C on Monday.
MetService is forecasting a 14C difference for Dunedin between highs…

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US election 2020 live: Trump, Biden face-off in final presidential debate in Tennessee – Stuff.co.nz

Biden lashes out saying Trump “pours fuel on every racist fire,” but Trump quipped back about his criminal justice reform bill he signed.

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US President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden offered sharply different visions of how to handle the surging Covid-19 pandemic and fought over how much Trump pays in taxes during their final debate of a tumultuous campaign.
The Nashville debate offered them a final national stage to outline starkly different visions for a country in the grips of a surging pandemic that has killed more than 225,000 Americans and cost millions of jobs.
With Trump trailing and needing to change the…

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