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YANGON: Myanmar's New Year festival of Thingyan is the country's biggest public holiday -- normally a week of nation-wide celebration and water-fights, with soaked revellers partying late into the night. But this year, in an echo of cancelled Easter celebrations elsewhere in the world, the country's commercial hub Yangon is locked down, with residents confined indoors because of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian Football League (AFL) team Adelaide Crows have apologised after they breached the competition's social distancing rules during a training session while under quarantine at a rural golf resort.
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SYDNEY (Reuters) - As Australia moves ahead with relaxing a lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus, a state government gave the all clear for more than 2,000 fans to attend an Australian Rules Football game at a stadium in Adelaide this weekend.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Australian Football League will resume on Thursday after a three-month hiatus due to the coronavirus shutdown with reigning champions Richmond Tigers meeting Collingwood Magpies at an empty Melbourne Cricket Ground.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia will allow crowds of up to 10,000 at small stadiums to watch sport as part of plans to ease social distancing restrictions in July, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The ACT Brumbies have been given the green light for a crowd of up to 1,500 spectators at their Canberra Stadium when professional rugby returns to Australia in July after a four-month pause because of the coronavirus outbreak.
A GROUP of Indian flower sellers in Ipoh has been waiting since 1986 to be given an alternative location for their shops, Malaysia Nanban reported.
While video games might seem to be the perfect business amid the coronavirus pandemic, multiple video game studios are struggling to cope with the logistical hurdles of developing games remotely.