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Singapore may have only two weather—rain or shine, sometimes both at the same time—but if we look on the bright side, it really means that we have access to the beach almost all year round. With efforts to clean up our waterway, the beaches and the immediate ocean around us, it also means that being at the beach and staring into the horizon with a drink in hand, is now more pleasant than ever.
We know it's getting really warm and instead of still sweating it out at home, why not head to the beach and get some vitamin D? Bikinis, swimsuit and swimming trunks are in order!
The government of Ethiopia's Somali region has accused militia from the neighbouring Afar region of killing hundreds of civilians in an attack.The Somali regional government's spokesperson Ali Bedel told Reuters that an armed militia from the Afar region carried out a "massacre" on Saturday in an area known as both Gedamaytu and Gabraiisa.
Canterbury have copped another blow to their already miserable season with prop Luke Thompson suspended for three weeks at the NRL judiciary.The Englishman was found guilty on Tuesday night of a grade-two dangerous contact charge for a hit on Cronulla hooker Blayke Brailey.
Simone Biles's quest to become the greatest female Olympian in Tokyo has taken a bizarre twist when she dropped out of the women's team event after one vault.After a disappointing attempt in the first rotation, the American was signified by an 'R' on the competitor list before the bars began, indicating she would not continue in the competition.
A restrained Kyle Chalmers has fired the first shot in defence of his Olympic 100-metres freestyle crown.The Australian breezed to victory in Tuesday night heats at the Tokyo Games as American challenger Caleb Dressel and Italian flier Thomas Ceccon also impressed.
The second Twenty20 international between Sri Lanka and India, scheduled for Tuesday in Colombo, has been pushed back by a day after India's Krunal Pandya tested positive for COVID-19."Following the Rapid Antigen Tests conducted ahead of the match on Tuesday morning, India all-rounder Krunal Pandya was found to be positive," the BCCI said in a statement hours before the game.
London's Court of Appeal has agreed to reopen a major lawsuit against Anglo-Australian mining giant BHP, reviving a STG5 billion ($A9.4 billion) claim over a 2015 dam rupture that triggered Brazil's worst environmental disaster.
Seven-times Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has made a personal pledge of STG20 million pounds ($A38 million) to new body Mission 44, to support under-represented young Britons.The money will support organisations and programs that narrow the gap in employment and education through partnerships, collaborations, grant giving and advocacy, a statement said.
The Queensland Firebirds' finals prospects are out of their control after falling 79-69 to the West Coast Fever at Brisbane's Nissan Arena.West Coast notched a classy victory for coach Stacey Marinkovich in her 100th game in charge of the Fever, who now look certain to seal their place in the top four with two rounds left in the regular season.
There can have been few more humble beginnings to an Olympic career than those of Italo Ferreira, who started out surfing on the lid of his father's esky and ended up with a gold medal at the Tokyo Games.The 27-year-old started out small, like the seaside town Baia Formosa on Brazil's north-eastern coast where he grew up, starting with his dad's lid and progressing to borrowing boards from his cousins before being discovered at the age of 12.
Australian sailor Matt Wearn has bolstered his bid for gold at the Tokyo Olympics, climbing into second spot overall in the one-man Laser class.Wearn, ranked 17th after a frustrating start on Sunday, moved up the leaderboard on a productive Tuesday of racing in Fujisawa.
Surrey have signed former Australia fast bowler Daniel Worrall on a three-year-contract.The 30-year-old will join the county at the start of the 2022 season after bringing to an end his commitments to South Australia in the 2021-22 Sheffield Shield competition.
The Matildas have all but sealed an Olympics quarter-final berth after fighting out a tenacious 0-0 draw with the United States.Australia went toe to toe with the world champions before both teams settled for a stalemate, meaning the Matildas finish third in group G on four points, due to the Americans' superior goal difference.
Tonga stalwart and North Queensland star Jason Taumalolo says he intends to play in the 2021 World Cup in England despite the withdrawal of New Zealand and Australia and he expects his team-mates to follow suit.Speaking via zoom at a North Queensland Cowboys press conference in Townsville on Tuesday, Taumalolo echoed the words of Tonga coach Kristian Woolf, the St Helens boss, who insisted at a time when the tournament hung in the balance his players were still committed to it.
World record holder Taiwan's Kuo Hsing-Chun has lived up to top billing in the women's 59kg weightlifting division, setting three Olympic records.Kuo secured her country's first gold medal in Toyko, crushing her rivals, with Turkmenistan's Polina Guryeva taking silver and Japan's Mikiko Andoh the bronze.
Opals coach Sandy Brondello has lamented her team's limited Olympic build-up, but not the late withdrawal of star Liz Cambage after they faded badly in a 85-70 women's basketball loss to Belgium.Australia led by seven in the third term and one at the last break of their tournament opener before Belgium, in their first Olympic appearance, dominated a 29-13 final term.
Teen divers Chen Yuxi and Zhang Jiaqi have dominated to claim 10m synchronised platform gold at the Tokyo Olympics, ensuring China's extraordinary winning streak in the event extended to six straight Games.Aged 15 and 17, the duo were in a league of their own at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre.