Day: September 11, 2022

Sports

Max Verstappen claims fifth-straight victory by winning Italian Grand Prix

It was Verstappen’s fifth-straight victory and his first at the Italian Grand Prix — much to the displeasure of the Ferrari fans who packed out Monza and were hoping for a Leclerc win. The Dutchman now leads the driver standings by 116 points and could mathematically wrap up the title at the next race in […]

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Business

Best hotels for business travelers in Asia-Pacific

Business travelers are on the road again. So there’s no better time for CNBC Travel to name the best hotels for business travel across Asia-Pacific. CNBC joined with the market and consumer data firm Statista to produce rankings of the “Best Hotels for Business Travelers.” A second list of rankings for hotels in Europe and […]

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Life & style

Family of man pronounced dead realise he’s alive just before organ donation

A US man who was pronounced dead by doctors has given his family the shock of their lives after they realised he was still alive just moments before his organs were due to be harvested. Father-of-three Ryan Marlow was rushed to the emergency department late last month after contracting foodborne illness, listeria. The man, from […]

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Overseas

Victoria to hold proclamation ceremony for King Charles III

Victoria will officially proclaim King Charles III as Australia’s monarch today in a ceremony at Melbourne’s Government House. The proclamation service is set to kick off at 11am and although it will not be open to the public, the event will be live-streamed. It will be an opportunity for a number of dignitaries to swear […]

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Business

Op-Ed: Laborers who fought for 40-hour weeks a century ago wouldn’t want you to send work emails from bed

There is an adage in the business world that speaks a truth at the heart of many work, family and health dysfunctions: “Work expands to fill the available time.” Of course, in a digitally connected world, that is all the time. The end of the workday now is more of a prelude, perhaps to another […]

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Sports

Springbok Jantjies sent home over 'personal reports'

Springbok fly-half Elton Jantjies was sent home from Argentina ahead of a Rugby Championship match, the South African Rugby Union said on Sunday, after media reports about an…

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Life & style

Kamala Harris’ stepdaughter Ella Emhoff bares breast on NYFW runway

Ella Emhoff has made a stunning return to New York Fashion Week, baring her breast in a revealing outfit as she walked the famous runway on Saturday. The stepdaughter of US Vice President Kamala Harris walked in the Prabal Gurung Spring/Summer 2023 show wearing a green scarf style top that exposed her chest to guests […]

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Overseas

The Queen’s corgis to be looked after by Prince Andrew and Duchess of York

The Duke of York and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson will look after the Queen’s beloved corgis following her death. A spokeswoman for Prince Andrew said he and Sarah, Duchess of York will take on Muick and Sandy, two dogs the late monarch received as gifts from her son. The Queen owned more than 30 corgis […]

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Business

Cheaper electric vehicles coming despite high battery costs

Even though battery costs are rising, auto companies are rolling out more affordable electric vehicles that should widen their appeal to a larger group of buyers. The latest…

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Life & style

For love or for money? TV star’s views on marriage make waves in Japan

On September 4, the Nippon TV variety show 世界の果てまでイッテQ! (Sekai no hate made itte kyu | Off you go to the ends of the earth) aired a special episode…

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