(Central Station) Community Test Physical Fitness Survey to be held from June to August

Four free fitness surveys will be held across the territory for the community test from June to August for citizens to understand their fitness conditions. The activities, organized by the Department of Cultural and Leisure Services, aim to establish a database on the physical fitness of Hongkongers, identify the relationship between physical exercise patterns and … Read more

(Central Station) Community Test Physical Fitness Survey to be held from June to August

Four free fitness surveys will be held across the territory for the community test from June to August for citizens to understand their fitness conditions. The activities, organized by the Department of Cultural and Leisure Services, aim to establish a database on the physical fitness of Hongkongers, identify the relationship between physical exercise patterns and … Read more

Four arrested for more than 200 graffiti on June 4 throughout the city

File photo. Two men and two women between the ages of 21 and 22 were arrested by police for criminal damage to more than 200 graffiti related to the June 4 Tiananmen Square crackdown across the city. Police first found 53 pieces of graffiti on different public facilities in Tsuen Wan after receiving … Read more

State of Origin: Queensland halts NSW comeback to clinch victory | rugby league news

The Queensland Maroons’ desperate defense secured a 16-10 victory over New South Wales, their first in Sydney since 2017; Dane Gagai, Daly Cherry-Evans and Valentine Holmes scored tries for the Maroons, with Jack Wighton and Cameron Murray coming through for the Blues Last update: 06/08/22 14:31 Cameron Munster, Kalyn Ponga and Felise Kaufusi celebrate the … Read more

The United States has a “very serious” problem with the adoption of the covid-19 vaccine

Vaccines are by far the most powerful tool available against the coronavirus, protecting people from getting seriously ill, being hospitalized, and dying from the virus. Unlike many less developed countries, the US has enough doses to vaccinate everyone, as well as the necessary infrastructure to support implementation. The problem: Not everyone wants the opportunity. “We … Read more

World Bank forecasts ‘stagflation’, growth could fall 2.1% in 2022 | International News | WION – WION

World Bank forecasts ‘stagflation’, growth could fall 2.1% in 2022 | International News | WIONWION The World Bank dims the outlook for the world economyHuffPost World Bank lowers global growth forecastwashington post World Bank further cuts global growth | African National CongressANC 24/7 Global growth will choke amid inflation and war, World Bank saysThe New … Read more

Jonny May and Jack Nowell named in England squad for three-day training camp | Rugby Union News

Eddie Jones’s team will meet on Tuesday as they continue preparations for next weekend’s game against the Barbarians and July’s tour of Australia; players from Premiership semi-finalists Leicester, Saracens, Harlequins and Northampton were not considered for selection Last update: 06/06/22 11:03 am Jonny May won the last of his 68 caps for England in a … Read more

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left out of multiple Platinum Jubilee events

Sky News correspondent Annelise Nielsen says Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have “sat in” on several of the major events taking place over the Platinum Jubilee weekend, including the Party at the Palace concert. . “I think it was quite deliberate, that they didn’t want to divert attention from anything,” said Ms. Nielsen, “Speaking to … Read more

Harry and Meghan are reaping the consequences of being ‘talentless self-promoters’ – Sky News Australia

Harry and Meghan are reaping the consequences of being ‘talentless self-promoters’Australia Sky News The Queen Made Meghan Markle, Prince Harry ‘Look Stupid: ‘I Hate Being Ostracized’Geographic News Meghan Markle, Prince Harry ‘made to look stupid’ after being ‘ostracized’the international news ‘It was a snub’ Angela Levin says Harry and Meghan are ‘absolutely furious’ over Jubilee … Read more

Poland’s Iga Swiatek defeats American Coco Gauff to win her second French Open title

World number one Iga Swiatek of Poland crushed American Coco Gauff 6-1, 6-3 to win the French Open women’s singles title. Key points: It is a second Grand Slam title for the 21-year-old Swiatek. Gauff was playing his first Grand Slam final Swiatek broke Gauff’s serve five times in the two sets. It was the … Read more