In watching Sam Noyer lead the Colorado Buffaloes through the first two weeks of the season, it’s natural to wonder what has clicked for the fifth-year senior and first-year starter.
by RNZand NZ Herald Traffic is already getting heavy heading north out of Auckland between Puhoi and Warkworth as holidaymakers escape for the long weekend. A lot of cars are
While cash flow and profits have stalled for many retailers and brands this year, due to COVID-19, a flurry of acquisitions has not yet materialized. Still, industry experts say it
A 65-year-old Waikato man has been charged for allegedly chopping off a burglar’s finger after two youths broke into his property. The youths entered the property on Napinapi Rd, Piopio,
WASHINGTON (AP) — A former adviser to Vice President Mike Pence who served on the White House coronavirus task force says President Donald Trump once suggested that COVID-19 might be
(Reuters) – One small firm in three around the world was obliged to cut jobs to stay open through the coronavirus pandemic in May, a survey showed on Wednesday, underlining
It has been a long wait to get the wheels of the economy rolling again, but the good news is that more businesses are getting ready to open now that
GUADALAJARA, Spain (Reuters) – Chanting “We are culture”, matadores and bullfighting supporters demonstrated on Saturday across Spain, seeking government support for the sector after the coronavirus pandemic halted its season.
The government’s coronavirus test and trace scheme is “up and running” and “successful”, the health secretary has declared. Matt Hancock told the daily COVID-19 briefing that the “vast majority” of
MILAN (Reuters) – Burger King is trialling an app for ordering food and booking a table at its outlets in Italy, as it seeks to persuade locals it is safe