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WITH little else to do during the movement control order, my niece has been glued to the TV, and fallen deeply in love with Korean dramas and K-pop bands.She has been bugging me to watch with her. It’s not just a teenage fad.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Major concerts and sporting events in Gulf Arab states have been cancelled or postponed and Saudi Arabia stepped up health screening measures in response to the spreading coronavirus.
KUALA LUMPUR: Most people have sleepless nights after watching horror movies. Not national diver Pandelela Rinong.
A LOT has happened since I last wrote one of these blogs. After a trip to Thailand to show my children Sam and Charlie where their grandma is from, I wanted to share a few of my thoughts on the past couple of months and how our team is shaping up for the Presidents Cup. It’s hard to believe that in a little over a month the top-eight for each team will be locked in.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Australia believe Tom Banks is the player to fill the gaping hole left in the number 15 jersey by the sacking of Israel Folau, and the Brumbies fullback is set for a baptism of fire in the cauldron of Ellis Park on Saturday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Australia opener David Warner became the fifth batsman at the World Cup to get an unexpected reprieve after he dragged a ball on to his stump but the impact failed to dislodge the zing bails in Sunday's match against India.
(Reuters) - Ten months after shooting 59, Brandt Snedeker almost matched the feat when he carded a 10-under-par 60 in the second round at the Canadian Open in Ontario on Friday.
LONDON (Reuters) - For an athlete with her sights set on competing at next year's Tokyo Olympics, Britain's Shauna Coxsey spends an awful lot of her time simply hanging around. She is good at it too.