New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she will resign and not seek re-election

Golden Globes: Jeremy Allen White Wins Best Actor for The Bear

In a likely precursor to next September’s Emmys, Jeremy Allen White snagged Best Actor in a Comedy Series at Tuesday’s Golden Globes for his breakout work in Hulu’s The Bear.

The Shameless vet (a TVLine Performer of the Year finalist) prevailed over fellow nominees Donald Glover (Atlanta), Bill Hader (Barry), Steve Martin (Only Murders in the Building) and Martin Short (Only Murders in the Building).

The Bear is also nominated for Best Comedy Series.

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British rock legend Jeff Beck dies aged 78

Legendary British guitarist Jeff Beck has died at the age of 78, his family announced in a statement released on Thursday morning.

Beck, one of the most influential rock guitarists of all-time, played with the Yardbirds and later fronted the Jeff Beck Group and Beck, Bogert & Appice.

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Guess Who This Itty-Bitty Biker Turned Into!

Before this adorable gal on her dad’s bike turned into a singer and TV personality, she was just strapping into her helmet, sipping on some juice and hitting the road in Nantucket, Massachusetts … on her way to fame!

After the release of her 2014 single, it was clear this musician loves to empower her listeners and is “All About That Bass.” She has appeared on numerous competition shows like “RuPaul‘s Drag Race” and “The Voice.”

Need one more hint? One of her most recent songs has trended on TikTok and will make you look!

Can you guess who she is?

The best Love Island moments ever

The best Love Island moments ever! As a new series kick off, REBECCA LAWRENCE counts down the show’s most explosive incidents. Does your favourite make the cut?

Love Island is back and this time it’s the return of the winter series.

After a two year rest the show is returning to South Africa, with 10 sexy singletons entering the villa and looking for love.

Ahead of Monday night’s launch on ITV2, we take a look back at Love Island’s most explosive moments from the past eight seasons.

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The Sunday Sport Quiz: Test your knowledge

Enjoy your Sunday with our Sunday Sport Quiz.

Test your knowledge with our mix of questions about the latest in world and local sport, and big events in sporting history.

Tick the boxes for your score.

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Celebrity Scramble — Guess Who!

Underneath this dramatic diamond is a woman about town who landed on your TV screens and brought all of the hashtags, and considering she was born and raised in the 9-0-2-1-0 … there’s no question this rich kid knows her way around Beverly Hills.

Yes, she comes from a billionaire father, but she has started an empire of her own … and she’s proud of her jewelry line … so much bling! As an honorary member of the rich and popular, she can show you a thing or two about the high life.

Can you cut into this rock and identify the mashed-up star?

Clarification concerning Marcus Bastiaan

In August 2020, 60 Minutes, The Age and the Sydney Morning Herald published a series of reports about Marcus Bastiaan described as a “joint investigation”.

Bastiaan alleged that the reports included serious allegations of criminality by him. Nine did not intend to suggest any criminality on the part of Bastiaan. If any reader/viewer understood the report in that way, Nine clarifies that it does not suggest that this is the case.

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she will resign and not seek re-election

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will step down by next month because she no longer has "enough in the tank" to do the job, she said.

"I’m leaving because with such a privileged role comes responsibility — to know when you’re the right person to lead and also when you are not," said Ardern, who leads the country's Labour Party and won her first term 5 1/2 years ago.

Ardern, 42, said Thursday afternoon local time (7 p.m. ET Wednesday) she would not seek re-election and planned to resign no later than Feb. 7.