New Zealand enter lunch at 46/0!New Zealand openers Tom Blundell and Tom Latham have got their side to a strong position with their unbeaten opening-wicket stand. Indian fast bowlers bowled well only in patches and failed to get the same amount of help from the pitch as their counterparts did this morning. The hosts need […]
She’s usually done this from the podium of news conferences where she has discussed everything from the price of cauliflowers to wage subsidies. But she also regularly gives updates and answers questions on Facebook, including one done while sitting at home – possibly on her bed – in a sweatshirt.
However, things changed once New Zealand trounced defending champions and co-hosts Australia by 37 runs at Eden Park, Napier. “When we beat Australia there was a release of emotion. Like, “Wow, are we on to something special here?”,” Larsen wrote in his piece.
Since then the Black Caps have bowled first four times and on each occasion kept their opposition below 250, the only team to have done so. The latest was in a four-wicket victory over South Africa at Edgbaston, and Henry believes the Kiwis are ready for whatever batting line-up they face.
On Monday evening Air New Zealand chief executive Greg Foran said the airline would start the process of materially reducing its workforce this week due to the impact coronavirus was having on the company.
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While the recently announced closure of Terminal 2 at Changi Airport for the next 18 months shows Singapore isn’t expecting international tourists to return in droves anytime soon, its Tourism Recovery Action Task Force is already laying out plans. As part of this, the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has launched the SG Clean certification programme, […]
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“We do perhaps at this point see there has been some flattening of the curve but I really think it’s important that we don’t kind of start being confident too soon, or be complacent about this because, as we saw only yesterday, this virus has very serious consequences and behind all of these numbers there […]
“The tests for the thoroughbred Alligator Blood taken after it won the Magic Millions three year-old Guineas on the Gold Coast on 11 January 2020 were sent to an interstate laboratory for confirmatory testing (and) have yet to be returned,” QRIC commissioner Ross Barnett said.