· Swans wanted access to Franklin in lockdown to minimise injury risk →
Russell said Franklin needed to shed weight off his 105-kilogram frame to help him get back consistently on the park.
· 'There's a huge amount of anxiety': New Zealand wrestles with back-to-school virus blues →
In her own fact-finding, she discovered that by 2012, two years after the earthquakes began, the results of students at most – though not all – of the wealthiest schools she studied were back to pre-earthquake levels.
· Google delays the Android 11 Beta announcement as protests roil US cities →
In a tweet on Friday evening, Android’s developer account said that “We are excited to tell you more about Android 11, but now is not the time to celebrate.” Google says that it will “be back with more on Android 11, soon,” but did not say when that might be.
· Fit in my 40s: is cleaning as good as a fitness class? There's one way to find out →
I’m with Adam Smith on this: even if you get it all done, it’ll be back again tomorrow.
· R&B star Kehlani: ‘You can’t believe that everybody means what they say about you’ →
Born with breathing difficulties, Kehlani was rushed to hospital while her mother was sent back to prison.
· I like the sound of my own voice – but does that make me a narcissist? →
What is much more enjoyable, I learn in my meagre six days of relative selflessness, is to give yourself and others more of your time, to lie back and listen.
· Life after lockdown in Berlin: campsites, lidos and lakes reopen for summer →
Maybe the staff were as happy to be back at work as I was to be swimming.At the moment, the government requires social distancing rules to be followed until 29 June, but with around 3,000 lakes in and around Berlin, there are plenty of places to swim and relax as summer temperatures rise, without worrying about masks or the 1.5-metre rule.
· Greece is the word for Rob Brydon: 'I do have a real fear of diminishing returns' →
“There’s this big part of me that really likes going back to it every three years, and that’s rather lovely, but I do have a real fear of diminishing returns,” says Brydon.
· TV for Wednesday, June 3 →
Hankering for the dodgy old days, Homer and Co. set up shop out the back of Moe’s where the discerning weed buyer can enjoy a more traditional transaction experience.
· Home Sweet Home: What's keeping actor Roz Hammond busy as lockdown lifts →
Why I think the arts industry will survive this time: Obviously I worry for the arts, but I do feel that the arts will bounce back because it’s in the DNA of people to tell stories and come together.