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Country with population of just 1,600 people secures its first-ever Commonwealth Games medal

Commonwealth Games medal despite having a population of just 1,600 people.Boxer Duken Tutakitoa-Williams stopped Cook Islands' Michael Schuster in the second-round of their clash on Thursday evening. In doing so the heavyweight earned a place in the semi-finals, which guaranteed him at least a bronze.That means South Pacific island country Niue has been able to clinch its first medal across any sport throughout its history in the games.

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Naga Munchetty comforts Kay Mellor's friend as she breaks down in tears on air after death
Naga Munchetty has comforted Sally Wainwright following the death of screen writer Kay Mellor.The BBC Radio 5 Live host, 47, comforted the Last Tango in Halifax writer earlier today after she appeared on the radio show to pay tribute to her friend and mentor following her death aged 71.Naga said to Sally: "I mean obviously you're paying tribute to her but I mean she did an interview and this is what she said about you."The BBC host read: "'She was talented and raw, she didn't care, you know."'She would write what she wanted, that's what I love that kind of boldness and funny to get"'It reminded me of how I was and how I wanted to be,'" Naga finished reading, before adding: "Now there's an accolade, there's a compliment."Sally replied: "Well, one of the things I remember Kay telling me when I started working at Grenada was, 'Be bold.'"And that stayed with me all my life, she was very - I'm sorry," she added, before starting to break down and cry.Stepping in to reassure the screenwriter, Naga said: "Sally, it's absolutely fine."When you talk about someone like Kay Mellor who has shaped your environment and shaped your career and it's more than just shaping your talent, it's about shaping your confidence."And giving you the strength to break into a space that is so tough," she added.Earlier today, a spokesperson for Kay's TV production company, Rollem Productions, confirmed the sad news of her death.The statement said: “It is with profound sadness that we announce the untimely and sudden passing of our beloved friend, mentor and colleague Kay Mellor on Sunday 15th May 2022.“We have lost a phenomenal talent and a true luminary."We ask that you please respect the privacy of the family and friends at this time," it ended.Kay
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen jokes TV rival Kelly Hoppen caused 'near-death experience'
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