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WELLINGTON (Reuters) - The Otago Highlanders held on for a 35-29 win over the Auckland Blues in Dunedin on Friday to keep alive their Super Rugby Aotearoa title hopes after the visitors finished with 14 men because of a late red card.
SYDNEY: Qantas Airways Ltd said its passenger traffic in Australia has almost completely recovered, highlighting the potential for speedier travel rebounds than previously expected more than a year into the pandemic.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has warned that the intensity of the domestic Super Rugby Aotearoa competition is not sustainable after All Blacks midfielder Jack Goodhue was ruled out for the entire 2021 season with a serious knee injury.
LONDON: A wealth tax is a bad way to pay off pandemic debts and probably would become permanent if introduced, according to Nobel Prize-winning economist Angus Deaton.
ROME (Reuters) - The world of rugby has paid tribute to former Italy captain and Scotland scrum coach Massimo Cuttitta after he died from COVID-19 complications on Sunday.
(Reuters) - Centre Emily Scarratt scored 24 points as champions England sealed a place in the final of the Women’s Six Nations with a nine-try 67-3 bonus-point victory over Italy at the Stadio Lanfranchi in Parma on Saturday.
DUNEDIN (Reuters) - Waikato Chiefs fullback Damian McKenzie kicked a 45-metre penalty in extra time to secure a dramatic 26-23 victory at the Otago Highlanders in the first ever ‘golden point’ win in Super Rugby Aotearoa at the Forsyth Barr Stadium on Saturday.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The first meeting between the Queensland Reds and ACT Brumbies this season set a new standard for Super Rugby AU and this week's return match in Brisbane could go a long way to deciding which team walks away with the title.
(Reuters) - England captain Sarah Hunter is set earn her 124th cap when the Red Roses face Italy in the women's Six Nations on Saturday, her first international match in 13 months.
China, Asia to fill bulk of surging US demand for goods in 2021 as global trade rebounds from coronavirus, WTO says
North America will drive demand in merchandise trade this year, with US imports set to rise by 11.4 per cent after tumbling 6.1 per cent last year, the World Trade Organization (WTO) saysMost demand for imports will be met by producers in China and across Asia, where exports are expected to grow by 8.4 per cent this year