· Radley to fight ban for Gagai tackle at NRL judiciary →
Radley would usually cop a fine for the incident, but carry-over points from last year means he would have missed a game even with an early guilty plea.
· China factory activity slows as global slump drags on growth →
They added that even with exports of coronavirus-related medical supplies providing a boost in recent weeks, this is not likely to offset external challenges.
· Bluffers guide: Is the drive-in making a comeback? →
Surely it would make sense to open some new drive-ins, maybe using other carparks, industrial sites, sports fields or even racecourses that don’t get used at night?
· Victorian government scrambling to contain coronavirus outbreak in Melbourne's north west →
Minister Mikakos urged locals in the Keilor Downs area with even minor symptoms area to come forward for testing as soon as possible, warning of a new cluster taking off.
The New York Times
· Trump Postpones G7 Summit and Calls for Russia to Attend →
Even before Mr. Trump’s announcement Saturday, the planning of the summit has fueled months of drama.
The Japan Times
· China media bristles at U.S. moves on Hong Kong over national security push →
Details of the laws remain unclear, even to Hong Kong officials, but are expected to be enacted by China’s parliament this summer.
· Growing US-China rivalry seen fuelling UN paralysis amid virus crisis →
Even after more than two months of negotiations, the 15 Security Council members were unable to reach agreement on a resolution supporting a call from the UN secretary-general for a global cease-fire while the world battles the novel coronavirus.
· Govt urged to come to aid of hotel workers who lost jobs →
— Picture by Firdaus Latif UALA LUMPUR, May 31 — The outbreak of Covid-19 saw one hotel after another closing down their businesses, leading to thousands, or even tens of thousands, of employees with no source of income.
· Great Southern Land: Ripe time to taste tour WA's other top wine region →
The past three vintages, including the most recent 2020 iteration, have been superb for red varieties, where shiraz, cabernet and even grenache and pinot noir thrive on the varying climate and terroir of the five areas.