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Super Bowl 2023 entertainment lineup: Halftime, national anthem, pregame, deaf performers, how to watch – Yahoo New Zealand News

Super Bowl LVII is drawing closer, as the Philadelphia Eagles take on the Kansas City Chiefs in Glendale, Ariz., on Feb. 12 at 6:30 p.m. ET.
Which entertainers will help build the hype this year?
You can watch it all on Fox, which is broadcasting the game
Chris Stapleton, an eight-time Grammy-winning country singer
Troy Kotsur, Academy award-winning actor
Rihanna, a nine-time Grammy award-winning R&B, pop, hip-hop, reggae and EDM singer
Sheryl Lee Ralph, an Emmy award-winning actress and Broadway star
Justina Miles, deaf performer
Babyface, a 12-time Grammy award-winning R&B, soul and new jack swing singer
The government has been accused of deliberately withholding detail on its push to enshrine an Indigenous voice in the constitution for political reasons.Opposition Leader Peter Dutton and shadow attorney-general Julian Leeser were briefed by the referendum working group after calling for more information on the proposed voice's make-up and function.
A major gas import terminal project at the Port of Newcastle said to one day supply up to 80 per cent of NSW's gas needs is no more.Energy Projects and Infrastructure Korea (EPIK) has declared the $589 million project "economically unfeasible" and ceased development activities in September.
Poland believes it will be possible to build a coalition of some 40 countries – including Australia – over the next week that would support the call to block Russian and Belarusian athletes from the 2024 Olympics.Baltic nations and Poland earlier on Thursday had called on international sports bodies to ban Russian and Belarusian athletes from competing in the Paris Games and other events while the war in Ukraine continues.
Eddie Jones may have departed the European rugby scene – but there'll still be a real Australian flavour to the Six Nations Championship when the tournament kicks off this weekend.While Jones has left England to rediscover his rugby roots back home as Wallabies coach, four Aussie players who've been plying their trade expertly in Britain and Ireland are out to make an impact on the field.
Kyle Jamieson is back in New Zealand's squad for the two-Test series against England later in February.The towering fast bowler will be making his return to the side for the first time since pulling out of the England tour last year due to injury.
Harry Souttar has only been at his new Premier League home for a couple of days but Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers is thrilled that the big man is already making a big impact.Talking for the first time about the deadline-day signing of the $26 million defender, Rodgers was effusive in his praise of Souttar on Thursday as he related how he'd followed the trials, tribulations and progress of the 24-year-old Socceroo with admiration.
The Nasdaq has risen more than 2.0 per cent to hit a near five-month intra-day high as Meta Platforms surged on rigorous cost controls while a dovish message from Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell boosted bets of a softer landing for the US economy.
All forms of public transport should be free, transport services should be put back into public hands and pets should be allowed to catch a ride too, the NSW Greens say.The party outlined its transport policies on Friday ahead of the NSW election in March, claiming the state's public transport system needs a reboot.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will meet with state and territory leaders to consider a plan to solve challenges within Australia's healthcare system.Premiers and chief ministers will meet Mr Albanese in Canberra on Friday for the first national cabinet meeting of the year, after he hosted dinner at the Lodge on Thursday night.
A Social Services department official who others claim insisted the robodebt scheme was legal will front the royal commission on Friday.Former deputy secretary Nathan Williamson will give evidence a week after former payment integrity worker Allyson Essex claimed he told her it was "really clear" the scheme was lawful despite external legal advice suggesting the opposite was true.
The rate of hiring has eased almost 20 per cent in the 12 months to December as the Australian labour market stabilises post-pandemic.New LinkedIn data shows waning demand for workers but some industries are still experiencing acute skills shortages.
Political staffer Sally Rugg will ask a court to intervene and prevent her from being sacked as she launches legal action against a federal Teal MP and the Commonwealth.The Federal Court is set on Friday to decide whether to stop Monique Ryan and the Commonwealth of Australia from terminating Ms Rugg's job as chief of staff to the Teal MP, after she launched an unfair dismissal claim.
The investment outlook has darkened as further rate rises threaten to tip Australia into an unnecessary recession, according to a leading forecaster.A weaker outlook for Australia and the global economy has prompted Deloitte Access Economics to revise down its forecast for business investment in 2023.
Steve Borthwick has shaken Manu Tuilagi by the hand and told him his international career is not over – but only after he dropped him for England's Six Nations opener against Scotland.Tuilagi, a veteran of 50 caps, a regular choice for the Red Rose for much of the past decade and a favourite of previous coach Eddie Jones, was not even named in Borthwick's 23-man squad as England's head coach laid down an emphatic marker with his new-look maiden side.
Cameron Smith's hopes of kicking off his golfing year in the same explosive fashion he launched his landmark 2022 campaign have failed to materialise in the lucrative Saudi International.4, looking to set out as he had done last year with victory in his first event, simply couldn't get going at the Royal Greens course in King Abdullah Economic City in Thursday's opening round and ended up languishing near the rear of the field after a three-over par 73.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has called for more punitive measures by the European Union against Russia, where President Vladimir Putin has evoked a famous World War II victory over the Nazis to rally his country.Since Russia invaded Ukraine a year ago this month, the EU has slapped unprecedented sanctions targeting Russia's defence and financial sectors, limiting trade and blacklisting 1500 people and entities deemed involved in driving the war.
The King has sent a message of condolence to people affected by flooding in New Zealand.Flood waters have swept through streets and down highways in Auckland, killing four people and damaging thousands of homes, after a deluge of record rainfall.
The Bank of England has raised interest rates by half a percentage point as it seeks to tame double-digit inflation that is fuelling a cost-of-living crisis, public-sector strikes and fears of recession.The bank's monetary policy committee voted 7-2 to push its key rate from 3.
The New Zealand Breakers are just one win away from a second-place finish in the NBL and an automatic semi-final berth, after overcoming a 16-point deficit to defeat the last-placed Illawarra Hawks 91-81 in Wollongong.The Breakers are now second on the standings on points percentage after winning their 17th game of the season to share a 17-10 record with Cairns.
UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has angry unions to the left of him, anxious Conservative Party MPs to the right and, in the middle, millions of voters he must win over to avert electoral defeat.It's a daunting situation for Sunak, who on Thursday marks 100 days in office, more than twice the number of his ill-fated predecessor, Liz Truss.


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