· 'A smile on his face': Catalans coach hopeful to retain Folau →
When I coached against him for England we had nightmares trying to stop him on that left edge.
· Tight or stiff from sitting? Try these simple stretches →
For another seated stretch to help you open your shoulders, release tight chest muscles and combat poor posture, scoot to the edge of your chair or stool, extend your arms behind your back and interlace your fingers.
· Stock markets climb on Covid-19 lockdown easing hopes →
Hong Kong recovered from a morning drop to edge up 0.1 per cent, after losses of more than five per cent Friday and despite violent weekend protests at China’s plan to impose a security law that would effectively suppress the former British colony’s pro-democracy movement.
· The global economy is showing signs of life →
Canada's consumer confidence also edged up.
The New York Times
· UConn Student Went on Rampage, Killing 2 Before Fleeing, Police Say →
Moments later, the young man fatally attacked Mr. DeMers, 62, with an edged weapon and seriously injured a neighbor who tried to help, the police said.
The New York Times
· Eddie Sutton, 84, Winning Basketball Coach at Four Schools, Dies →
A big moment for Sutton was when his unranked Arkansas team edged unbeaten and No.
· 8@eight: ASX set for more gains as mood brightens →
Chinese and Hong Kong stocks finished the day’s trade in the green yesterday, fighting back from an early swoon, while the AUD/USD edged higher.
· Last Chance To Board The Microsoft Train →
What once looked like a declining and antiquated technological company become a cutting edge provider in one of the fastest-growing and most lucrative sectors in tech.
· The Guardian view on Europe and Covid-19: time for true solidarity →
After the crash of 2008, when Greece hovered on the edge of bankruptcy and a sovereign debt crisis threatened to engulf Italy, the EU went no further than the provision of emergency loans and cheap credit.
· Graphene-reinforced carbon fiber may lead to affordable, stronger car materials →
Further, at high temperatures graphene edges have a natural catalytic property so that “the rest of PAN condenses around these edges,” said van Duin.