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North Korea will send a delegation to next month's Winter Olympics in South Korea. The breakthrough announcement comes amid high-level talks between the countries, their first meeting in more than two years. The delegation will include athletes, officials and supporters. South Korea is also pushing for further negotiations regarding Pyongyang's nuclear program.
Three women who accused actor Craig McLachlan of sexual misconduct during the 2014 production of the Rocky Horror Show have slammed their former employer's response to the claims. They say they're pleased McLachlan has left the show but they're angry about the production company's assertion that it received no complaints and did not know any details about the allegations.
Delays are ongoing across the Sydney trains network tonight after disruptions caused chaos for afternoon commuters for a second day. Commuters are being told to expect indefinite delays due to staff shortages and lightning strikes. Sydney trains says stopping patterns may change at short notice and passengers are being urged to listen to station announcements.
And rising Australian tennis star Alex de Minaur has advanced to the second round of the Sydney International. The 18-year-old defeated Spain's Fernando Verdasco in straight sets 6-4, 6-2.
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