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SYDNEY (Reuters) -Australia's New South Wales state on Friday reported its biggest daily rise in new COVID-19 cases this year, prompting state officials to tighten lockdown measures in Sydney in what they called a "national emergency."
SINGAPORE (Bloomberg): Fresh lockdowns and restrictions in Asia brought on by the faster-spreading Delta coronavirus variant are making the region’s pursuit of travel bubbles look like an increasingly fruitless endeavour.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia got off to a cautious start on Friday, weighed down by losses in Petronas Dagangan, Petronas Chemicals, KL Kepong and HLFG after the rebound the previous day but tech and chip stocks advanced.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Australia's Olympic equestrian team were relieved on Friday after showjumpers Edwina Tops-Alexander and Katie Laurie were allowed to compete as individuals after their teammate Jamie Kermond tested positive for cocaine use.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia lock Ned Hanigan will return to the New South Wales Waratahs in 2022 after completing his contract in Japan in a boost for the struggling Super Rugby side.
LAUNCESTON, Australia: Japan has been largely forgotten as a source of demand for energy commodities, overshadowed by the rapid rise of China, but the country's new electricity generation targets will shake the market up.
(Reuters) -The second one-day international between West Indies and Australia in Barbados was suspended minutes before the start on Thursday after a member of the West Indies staff tested positive for COVID-19.
(Reuters) -Many websites were briefly down in an outage sparked by a glitch in Akamai Technologies Inc's systems, the second major disruption linked to the cloud company in about a month.
TOKYO (Reuters) -France's Olympic men's soccer campaign got off to a dreadful start when they were thrashed 4-1 by Mexico while Argentina suffered a shock 2-0 loss to Australia as the group stage kicked off on Thursday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - America's traditional dominance in the pool faces a double threat at the Tokyo Games with a new wave of East European men and Australian women looking to end any chance of a repeat of the U.S. successes in Rio and London.