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 […]
Crowe’s own batting form aided NZ’s cause (he ended up as the highest scorer of the tournament and bagged the man of the series award) and the co-hosts went on to win seven games in a row to top the group table. Their only loss in the league stage was in the final game against […]
There have been critics and rebels. The police have been ordering surfers out of the waves. The health minister was caught – and publicly chastised by Ardern, who said she would have fired him if it weren’t disruptive to the crisis response – for mountain biking and taking his family to the beach.
He said: “It was just a warm-up game so I’m not too worried but every game is important in a World Cup. Especially with the format the way it is, it will be a good challenge. It’s a new venue, we go to Manchester and it’s going to be another great contest.
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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“The word ‘samfundssind’ (which roughly translates to “civic sense” or “civic duty”) is the new buzzword in Denmark on both social and traditional media, and most people feel a moral duty to make sacrifices for the sake of public health,” Rasmus Aarup Christiansen, managing director of Copenhagen-based Pissup Tours told the BBC. “No-one wants to […]
While we’re all isolating, we want to keep showing you our great country. Stuff Travel’s Back Your Backyard project offers Kiwis a chance to see their country from the safety of home, and hopes to give you some ideas once we’re allowed to travel again. Join us as we showcase the best Aotearoa has to offer. Unlike […]
“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.