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Priyanka Chopra models glittering wedding ring in NYC

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She recently celebrated her first wedding anniversary.

And Priyanka Chopra’s wedding ring glittered on her finger as she was spotted in a frosty new look in New York City this Tuesday.

The 37-year-old went for the snow queen look in a pair of ice blue leather knee-high stiletto boots and warded off the chill in a chic cream overcoat.

Wintry wow: Priyanka Chopra went for the snow queen image in ice blue boots and a thick cream coat while out in New York on Tuesday

Wintry wow: Priyanka Chopra went for the snow queen image in ice blue boots and a thick cream coat while out in New York on Tuesday

Wintry wow: Priyanka Chopra went for the snow queen image in ice blue boots and a thick cream coat while out in New York on Tuesday

Priyanka color-coordinated her boots with a pair of fitted powder blue trousers and a comfortable-looking half-turtleneck.

Accentuating her screen siren features with makeup including a deep red lipstick, she pulled on a grey knit cap and carried a black handbag.

On Sunday she fired up her Instagram to ring in her first wedding anniversary with Nick Jonas, whom she married in Jodhpur, Rajasthan.

‘My promise. Then..today.. forever. You bring me joy, grace, balance, excitement, passion.. all in the same moment…thank you for finding me,’ she captioned.

Pounding the pavement: The 37-year-old's wedding ring glittered on her finger as she hit the street in the city that never sleeps

Pounding the pavement: The 37-year-old's wedding ring glittered on her finger as she hit the street in the city that never sleeps

Pounding the pavement: The 37-year-old’s wedding ring glittered on her finger as she hit the street in the city that never sleeps

Simply stylish: Priyanka color-coordinated her boots with a pair of fitted powder blue trousers and a comfortable-looking half-turtleneck

Simply stylish: Priyanka color-coordinated her boots with a pair of fitted powder blue trousers and a comfortable-looking half-turtleneck

Simply stylish: Priyanka color-coordinated her boots with a pair of fitted powder blue trousers and a comfortable-looking half-turtleneck

‘Happy First wedding anniversary Husband.. @nickjonas And Thank you to everyone for the love and good wishes. We feel blessed.’

The Bollywood bombshell had both Christian and Hindu palaces at Umaid Bhawan, a formerly royal palace that has been converted into a hotel.

Priyanka included a photo of herself holding hands with Nick during her Hindu wedding, emphasizing her choora, a ceremonial set of bridal bangles.

She also shared a snap of her and Nick doing Saat Phere, a ritual where the bride and groom walk around a fire seven times to symbolize seven marital vows.

'Thank you for finding me': Over the weekend she fired up her Instagram to ring in her first wedding anniversary with Nick Jonas, whom she married in Jodhpur, Rajasthan

'Thank you for finding me': Over the weekend she fired up her Instagram to ring in her first wedding anniversary with Nick Jonas, whom she married in Jodhpur, Rajasthan

‘Thank you for finding me’: Over the weekend she fired up her Instagram to ring in her first wedding anniversary with Nick Jonas, whom she married in Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Details: Priyanka included a photo of herself holding hands with Nick during her Hindu wedding, emphasizing her choora, a ceremonial set of bridal bangles

Details: Priyanka included a photo of herself holding hands with Nick during her Hindu wedding, emphasizing her choora, a ceremonial set of bridal bangles

Details: Priyanka included a photo of herself holding hands with Nick during her Hindu wedding, emphasizing her choora, a ceremonial set of bridal bangles

For her Hindu nuptials, she wore a sumptuous red and gold number by the highly regarded Indian fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherji.

Two days before that ceremony, Nick and Priyanka had a Christian wedding at Umaid Bhawan officiated by his pastor father Paul Jonas.

Priyanka wore a Ralph Lauren gown featuring an extravagant 75-foot train, which was on full display in Nick’s first anniversary Instagram post.

‘One year ago today we said forever… well forever isn’t nearly long enough. I love you with all of my heart @priyankachopra happy anniversary,’ he wrote.

Sealing the deal: She also shared a snap of her and Nick doing Saat Phere, a ritual where the bride and groom walk around a fire seven times to symbolize seven marital vows

Sealing the deal: She also shared a snap of her and Nick doing Saat Phere, a ritual where the bride and groom walk around a fire seven times to symbolize seven marital vows

Sealing the deal: She also shared a snap of her and Nick doing Saat Phere, a ritual where the bride and groom walk around a fire seven times to symbolize seven marital vows

'One year ago': Two days before that ceremony, Nick and Priyanka had a Christian wedding at Umaid Bhawan officiated by his pastor father Paul Jonas

'One year ago': Two days before that ceremony, Nick and Priyanka had a Christian wedding at Umaid Bhawan officiated by his pastor father Paul Jonas

‘One year ago’: Two days before that ceremony, Nick and Priyanka had a Christian wedding at Umaid Bhawan officiated by his pastor father Paul Jonas

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Printed photos continue to make a strong comeback, led by a younger generation seeking a physical connection to their memories. Sky News tech expert Djuro Sen chats Polaroid-like prints and printing on-the-go, for some last-minute Christmas gift ideas. Image: Getty

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‘We’re not giving up yet’

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A recovery team returned to New Zealand’s White Island this morning in a bid to retrieve the remains of those still missing after Monday’s volcanic eruption.

Two bodies remain missing and authorities say they were last spotted in a ravine, which is full of water and sediment.

Two teams of four search and rescue and disaster victim identification staff were taken to the island by helicopter this morning but were unable to find the bodies. They have since returned to the mainland.

Police searchers return from White Island and will undergo decontamination. (9News)

Police Deputy Commissioner Mike Clement said the crew had been desperate to find the bodies and not doing so had been a blow.

“We needed to clear that area of interest which was that stream extending from where the bodies were last seen on Monday all the way through to the sea,” Dep Comm Clement said.

He said he couldn’t be sure to what extent that search had been done until staff had been debriefed.

“We’re not giving up yet,” he said.

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Police searchers are now being decontaminated and will undergo health checks.

While they were wearing the same protective clothing as the defence force personnel involved in Friday’s effort, differences in their breathing apparatus mean they were only able to stay on the island for up to 75 minutes.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said there was a possibility one of the two bodies may be that of an Australian.

She said there was a “huge determination” among the rescue teams to retrieve the final victims.

The New Zealand Defence Force released these images of the recovery mission.
The New Zealand Defence Force released these images of the recovery mission. (New Zealand Defence Force)

Six bodies were taken off the island on Friday in a high-stakes mission.

Police and navy divers searched unsuccessfully off the volcanic island on Saturday. A dive search is ongoing.

New Zealand police yesterday confirmed another person had died following the volcanic eruption on White Island on Monday, bringing the official death toll to 15.

The individual, whose name has not yet been made public, had been treated at Waikato Hospital.

“Police remain focused on supporting families at this terrible time,” authorities said in a tweet.

Yesterday afternoon police identified 21-year-old Krystal Eve Browitt as the ninth Australian victim of the disaster.

Two Australians remain unaccounted for and are presumed to have died and 13 are in hospital with severe burns.

Krystal Browitt has been identified as one of the victims.
Krystal Browitt has been identified as one of the victims. (Supplied)

Crews face extraordinary risk

NZ Police Commissioner Mike Bush earlier said the eruption had been “dramatic and harrowing” for the local community and loved ones of the victims.

He paid tribute to the team that faced toxic gas and the risk of another blast to find the bodies.

“The environment that those staff encountered was unpredictable, challenging and those staff showed absolute courage in order to ensure that those six people were returned to their loved ones,” Mr Bush said.

“Unfortunately, there remain two people that we need to find so we can also return them.”

Six bodies have been taken from White Island.
Six bodies have been taken from White Island. (Getty)
The White Island volcano immediately after the eruption. (YouTube)
Ardern praised the “huge amount of courage” by crews involved in the mission, which included scientists, medics, police, defence force members and St John’s. (Supplied)

Colonel Ryan McKinstry said the New Zealand Defence Force was united in our “grief for those who have been killed, injured and traumatised” by the events on the island.

Col McKinstry said his team had been wearing hazardous material suits and gas masks.

There were fears toxic gas remaining near the eruption site could prove fatal if inhaled.

He said they were under “extreme heat stress” and wore oxygen masks and a sealed garment on top of military gear.

He said heat inside the suit could get up to 30C – that’s before they started moving.

Toxic gas and the risk on another eruption hampered efforts to recover the bodies.
Toxic gas and the risk on another eruption hampered efforts to recover the bodies. (AAP)
The recovery team wore hazardous material suits to protect themselves from toxic gases.
The recovery team wore hazardous material suits to protect themselves from toxic gases. (New Zealand Defence Force)

GNS Science had earlier reported a 50 to 60 per cent chance of a further eruption at any time.

Col McKinstry said there was a six per cent risk of an any eruption in any three-hour period.

New Zealand police deputy commissioner Mike Clement also paid tribute to the recovery team risking their lives to retrieve the bodies.

“Everybody has a rich appreciation of the absolute bravery of everyone involved, particularly those going onto the island,” he said.

“They will say ‘it’s their job’ but the reality is we need people like that to do their job to get beyond moments like this.”

Recovered bodies believed to be Australians

Australia’s Foreign Minister Marise Payne earlier confirmed six bodies were removed from the island on Friday in an “extremely complex, extremely dangerous” operation.

Ms Payne said it was believed the six recovered bodies were Australians and work has begun on identifying them.

“We will know more once we hear the analysis of those who were on the island this morning,” she said.

Coffs Harbour couple Karla Matthews and Richard Elzer are also understood to have died.
Coffs Harbour couple Karla Matthews and Richard Elzer are also understood to have died. (Supplied)

Formal identification of the bodies will now need to take place.

Australian Federal Police are in New Zealand assisting local authorities.

Ms Payne said the families of those killed were going through “desperation and distress”.

“Our hearts go out at this extremely difficult time,” she said.

Ardern said she’d just left families at the airport, saying there was “a huge amount of grief and sorrow. (Nine)

Ms Ardern said she’d spoken with families at the airport, saying there was “a huge amount of grief and sorrow”.

“I just cannot imagine how this feels,” she said.

“We know that reunification won’t ease that sense of loss of grief, because I don’t think anything can, but we felt an enormous duty of care as New Zealanders to make sure that we brought their family members back,” Ms Ardern said

Australians treated for ‘toxic’ burns

Two patients at Concord Hospital are in a critical condition. One patient is now stable while the family of two patients have requested privacy.

Three patients at Sydney’s Royal North Shore hospital are listed as critical and two are stable.

Three patients evacuated from New Zealand to The Alfred hospital in Melbourne are also critically ill.

Some 47 people, including 24 Australian citizens and four permanent residents, were on the island when the volcano erupted on Monday.

Dr Peter Haertsch, who runs the burns unit at Concord Hospital, said the injuries are unlike more common bushfire burns.

He said little was known about volcanic burns but doctors believed many of the injuries were caused by sulphuric acid.

“These burns have been caused by what’s called a pyropastic surge, where you have patients enveloped by a moving cloud of extremely hot gases and also as volcanic material such as pumice and dust,” he said.

“As a result of the dust settling on the skin, you have a contact burn, but the severe heat within the cloud causes a convection burn.

“You actually inhale these volcanic gases and dust and you get quite severe respiratory injury, the nature of which takes quite a few days to become obvious.”

He said surgery was already underway to remove “toxic” burned tissue and begin skin grafts.

Family and friends of victims of the White Island eruption gathered in Whakatane this morning.
Family and friends of victims of the White Island eruption gathered in Whakatane this morning. (Getty)

Emotional scenes as families mourn victims

Whakatane Airport has been a hive of activity, with a Hercules C130 defence force plane arriving on Wednesday to support the mission and helicopters coming and going on this morning.

Locals have placed dozens of flower bouquets, as well as handwritten messages, in honour of the dead and missing.

NZ Police Deputy Commissioner Wally Haumaha said families were “deeply appreciative” upon hearing the news of the recovery mission’s success.

“These people have been waiting patiently. To hear the news that this recovery mission had gone really well, they’re absolutely ecstatic,” he said.

A blessing was held and songs performed while families waited for news from the operation.
A blessing was held and songs performed while families waited for news from the operation. (Getty)

“The sighs of relief. The joy. The clapping.

“As you can imagine. They’ve got their loved ones coming home.

“To be able to take them back to Australia. If that was your son or your daughter, like it was my son or my daughter, what would we be thinking?”

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A fire broke out inside Globe Life Park, the future ballpark of the Texas Rangers in Arlington, Texas, on the afternoon of Saturday, December 14. This footage, shared by Rachel Canafax of RE/MAX Trinity in Southlake, shows smoke rising from the under-construction stadium. Construction workers posting anonymously to Snapchat shared footage of smoke and flames inside. The Arlington Fire Department worked to extinguish the blaze, local media reported. No injuries had been reported at the the time of writing. Credit: Rachel Canafax, RE/MAX Trinity via Storyful

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