Clive Sullivan: Britain’s groundbreaking captain gets honor at 2021 Rugby League World Cup | Rugby League news

Welsh winger Clive Sullivan was the first black athlete to captain the British national team and tipped the British in honor of the 1972 World Cup; Sully Ball will be used in the 2021 tournament in the men’s, women’s and wheelchair competitions Author of the Sky Sports Rugby League Last updated: 8/12/21 at 12:50 PM … Read more

Saliva test for Covid-19: How does it work? | GREAT STORY – The Straits Times

Saliva test for Covid-19: How does it work? | GREAT STORYThe Straits Times Researchers in Singapore are developing a rapid test for a saliva-based antigen that could “change the game”TODAY S’pore accepts saliva test for pre-departure Covid-19 tests, price similar to cotton swabGotta share the news Saliva test available in Singapore for passenger Covid-19 tests … Read more

The comet Leonard will appear this December before it disappears forever

There’s a new comet in town, and December is your only chance to see it before it disappears forever. Astronomers say the comet Leonard will be our best and brightest comet in 2021. Astronomer Greg Leonard first discovered the comet in January. According to Sky & Telescope, the celestial body has probably spent the last … Read more

Serena Williams confirms she is not playing in the Australian Open; Novak Djokovic among men

MELBOURNE, Australia – Shortly after Serena Williams’ name was off the Australian Open list, she confirmed the obvious: the seventh-time champion will not play the opening season of the 2022 season in January. Williams, 40, has not played since retiring from his first-round match at Wimbledon due to a real thigh injury and has dropped … Read more

Drake mysteriously withdraws his two Grammy nominations

Drake will elevate his two 2022 Grammy nominations just weeks after they are announced, remaining true to his 2019 Grammy speech. Source: Lester Cohen / Getty From the beginning of time, Hip-Hop and the Grammys have had a dysfunctional relationship, mainly because rappers feel that Grammy Awards don’t understand hip-hop and the winners always misunderstand. … Read more

Indian activist Sudha Bharadwaj receives bail in case of caste – related violence Human rights news

New Delhi, India – Indian court has granted bail to Sudha Bharadwaj, a prominent human rights activist and lawyer, more than three years after he was accused of conspiracy with more than a dozen others to incite caste violence in a village in the western state of Maharashtra. . A week after the Bombay Supreme … Read more

The Big Mad: Spire in the Hot Seat, Parson Punked and Fretting of the Fringe

CLASS ST. Louis County St. Louis County Health Director Faisal Khan spoke about the crowds that have besieged county meetings recently. Welcome back to Big Mad, RFTWeekly righteous rage! Because we know your time is short and your anger is hot: Pipeline PR: The decision by federal regulators on Dec. 3 to keep natural gas … Read more

Australia joins US diplomatic boycott of Beijing Beijing Olympics Winter Olympics news

Prime Minister Scott Morrison pleads with China’s reluctance to talk to government officials and alleged violations of rights. Australia will not send officials to the Beijing Winter Olympics, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Wednesday, in connection with the boycott of the U.S. diplomatic event and threatening to further deteriorate relations with China. The United … Read more

Serena Williams will not compete in the Australian Open

Serena Williams confirms with a shocking announcement that she is not participating At the Australian Open “on the advice of his medical team”. She competes in several Australian Open tournaments, the first of which since 2003 – the seventh-time women’s singles champion – was not on the list of participants released for this year’s tournament … Read more