· Nobel laureate concerned about lockdown relaxations; makes this prediction on COVID vaccine →
The immunologist also warned against the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19, and said current and planned trials of the anti-malaria drug should be stopped.
· TJX Cos. Is On Sale →
Shares trade for 21 times next year’s earnings, which isn’t necessarily cheap on an absolute basis, but it is relatively cheap for TJX based on recent history, as well as against its robust growth outlook.
· Michael Georgiou: Cypriot on facing O'Sullivan behind closed doors and enjoying 'slower pace' in NI →
For some snooker professionals, being drawn against Ronnie O'Sullivan in a major tournament would fill them with a sense of foreboding and leave them cursing their luck.
· 'Off-the-cuff footy will work': 300m games set to be NRL's new normal →
A couple of hours after Taumalolo amassed 274m for the North Queensland Cowboys on Friday night, Roosters fullback Tedesco charged for 267m against South Sydney and spoke about the amount of space that opened up around the ruck.
· EC: Special SOP for Chini by-election a benchmark for future elections during pandemic →
In the 14th general election (GE14) in May 2018, Abu Bakar polled 10,027 votes to win the seat by a majority of 4,622 votes against PAS candidate Mohd Fadhil Noor Abdul Karim who obtained 5,405 votes and Mohamad Razali Ithnain of PKR (1,065 votes).
· Lions ease Zorko back as Dockers set to welcome Hogan's return →
The Brisbane Lions remain hopeful captain Dayne Zorko will line up against Fremantle in round two while the Dockers are set to welcome Jesse Hogan into their Gold Coast quarantine hub for the AFL season restart.
· Lionel Messi: Gary Lineker on football's 'bewildering talent' →
Some people level it against Messi that his achievements have all come with Barca while Ronaldo has won titles in different countries, but I find that suggestion a strange one.
· Dragons pile pressure on McGregor after woeful return against Warriors →
The Dragons produced one of their most uninspiring performances in recent years to crash to an 18-0 loss against the New Zealand Warriors.
· Scotland win the Under-18 European Championship in 1982 →
Centre-back Neale Cooper and forward Eric Black had both established themselves as part of Alex Ferguson's Aberdeen side - so much so that they, along with goalkeeper Bryan Gunn, were unavailable for the finals because it clashed with the Scottish Cup final against Rangers.
· Putrajaya restoring exemptions to interstate travel ban from June 1 →
The police had also issued compounds to 471 individuals for various offences against the CMCO, with 300 compounds being issued at police stations with one compound for Hari Raya visit.