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Street artist creates Covid-19 mural in Birmingham

Street artist creates Covid-19 mural in Birmingham

A stunning mural titled 'Forward in Unity' by renowned street artist Gent 48 has been unveiled in Digbeth, Birmingham. The piece, aiming to immortalise the return of community spirit in Birmingham during the coronavirus pandemic, is situated on Me...

A stunning mural titled 'Forward in Unity' by renowned street artist Gent 48 has been unveiled in Digbeth, Birmingham. The piece, aiming to immortalise the return of community spirit in Birmingham during the coronavirus pandemic, is situated on Me...

Madonna slammed for memorialising George Floyd with video of son dancing

Madonna has been criticised online for paying tribute to George Floyd, the Minnesota man who tragically died in hospital following an act of police brutality earlier this week, by sharing a video of her son David Banda dancing to Michael Jackson's...

Madonna has been criticised online for paying tribute to George Floyd, the Minnesota man who tragically died in hospital following an act of police brutality earlier this week, by sharing a video of her son David Banda dancing to Michael Jackson's...

Some medics say they're muzzled over Egypt's virus response

Some doctors have accused the Egyptian authorities of muzzling their criticism of the coronavirus response, saying while Egypt exports shipments of PPE, healthcare workers at home are doing without.

Some doctors have accused the Egyptian authorities of muzzling their criticism of the coronavirus response, saying while Egypt exports shipments of PPE, healthcare workers at home are doing without.

Germany: Courtyard light shows

A light designer is putting on shows for his neighbors in the courtyard of their building. He wants to offer a glimmer of hope and express solidarity with people across Europe suffering because of the coronavirus pandemic, especially in Italy.

A light designer is putting on shows for his neighbors in the courtyard of their building. He wants to offer a glimmer of hope and express solidarity with people across Europe suffering because of the coronavirus pandemic, especially in Italy.

Top tips for dating post-lockdown

There's no question venturing into the dating world can be difficult at the best of times, but the idea of trying to meet new people during a global pandemic probably has a lot of singles feeling even more daunted.

There's no question venturing into the dating world can be difficult at the best of times, but the idea of trying to meet new people during a global pandemic probably has a lot of singles feeling even more daunted.

Washing hands six times per day 'cuts coronavirus risk by a third'

Washing hands more than six times a day could cut the risk of catching Covid-19 by a third, according to the experts.

Washing hands more than six times a day could cut the risk of catching Covid-19 by a third, according to the experts.

Amazon will keep most temps it hired

Amazon.com plans to offer permanent jobs to about 70% of U.S. workers it hired temporarily to meet consumer demand, Fred Katayama reports.

Amazon.com plans to offer permanent jobs to about 70% of U.S. workers it hired temporarily to meet consumer demand, Fred Katayama reports.

Khloe Kardashian insists her family are abiding by social distancing guidelines

Khloe Kardashian has fired back online at criticism over her family's social distancing practices after being slammed by trolls for seemingly breaking guidelines by holding a gathering to celebrate the 37th birthday of her sister Kourtney's ex Sco...

Khloe Kardashian has fired back online at criticism over her family's social distancing practices after being slammed by trolls for seemingly breaking guidelines by holding a gathering to celebrate the 37th birthday of her sister Kourtney's ex Sco...

Harness racing the first sport to return to action in NZ

After two months off, the large Canterbury stables finally got to let their horses out.

After two months off, the large Canterbury stables finally got to let their horses out.

WHO Pauses Hydroxychloroquine Medical Trials for COVID-19

The move comes after a report linked the drug to an increased fatality rate among those with coronavirus.

The move comes after a report linked the drug to an increased fatality rate among those with coronavirus.

NBA Flashback - Thompson sets playoff-record for three-pointers​

Klay Thompson made NBA history on May 28, 2016, as he scored a playoff record 11 three-pointers.

Klay Thompson made NBA history on May 28, 2016, as he scored a playoff record 11 three-pointers.

Brady signing is exciting, but job remains the same - Marpet

Tampa Bay Buccaneers center, Ali Marpet, has spoken of his excitement at getting to play with newly-signed quarterback Tom Brady in the NFL next season.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers center, Ali Marpet, has spoken of his excitement at getting to play with newly-signed quarterback Tom Brady in the NFL next season.

Risk of COVID-19 Transmission Inside vs Outside, Explained

With stay-at-home orders loosening across the country, it’s important to remember COVID-19 transmission can and will still happen.

With stay-at-home orders loosening across the country, it’s important to remember COVID-19 transmission can and will still happen.

Poll Reveals 50% of Americans Are Willing to Take a COVID-19 Vaccine

As of May 27th, there have been over 100,000 reported deaths related to COVID-19 in the US. The pandemic has infected over 1.7 million people in the country.

As of May 27th, there have been over 100,000 reported deaths related to COVID-19 in the US. The pandemic has infected over 1.7 million people in the country.

Man designs video game spoofing Dominic Cummings' drive to Barnard Castle

A man whose partner has incurable cancer has channelled his anguish at seeing people breaking lockdown rules into making a video game spoofing Dominic Cummings' visit to Barnard Castle. Stevie Brown's partner, Kerry Newman, 38, is isolating in th...

A man whose partner has incurable cancer has channelled his anguish at seeing people breaking lockdown rules into making a video game spoofing Dominic Cummings' visit to Barnard Castle. Stevie Brown's partner, Kerry Newman, 38, is isolating in th...

Disney World Sets Reopening Date for July

According to 'People,' the theme park has submitted a safety plan to the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force.

According to 'People,' the theme park has submitted a safety plan to the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force.

Greg Rutherford says Olympics 'won't be the same' after Tokyo 2020 postponed by Covid-19

The British former Olympic and world long jump champion Greg Rutherford says he feels "terrible" for athletes who had hoped to participate in the Olympic Games in Tokyo this summer. The Games were postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Speaking ...

The British former Olympic and world long jump champion Greg Rutherford says he feels "terrible" for athletes who had hoped to participate in the Olympic Games in Tokyo this summer. The Games were postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Speaking ...

Dominic Cummings: Police say adviser may have committed 'a minor breach' of lockdown rules

Dominic Cummings may have committed "a minor breach" of lockdown rules when he drove to Barnard Castle but will face no further action, according to Durham police. The force issued a statement on the Prime Minister's top aide's decision to travel...

Dominic Cummings may have committed "a minor breach" of lockdown rules when he drove to Barnard Castle but will face no further action, according to Durham police. The force issued a statement on the Prime Minister's top aide's decision to travel...

England launches new test and trace system amid government trust questions

Britain's government is facing questions over how closely people would abide by its new test and trace service, which launched on Thursday. UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock says he trusts the public will do their "civic duty".

Britain's government is facing questions over how closely people would abide by its new test and trace service, which launched on Thursday. UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock says he trusts the public will do their "civic duty".

Musicians in lockdown rage against industry machine

Lockdown bans on live performance have left many British musicians on the breadline, fuelling a campaign for them to get a bigger share of the profits from streaming their songs online.

Lockdown bans on live performance have left many British musicians on the breadline, fuelling a campaign for them to get a bigger share of the profits from streaming their songs online.

Over 2 million file U.S. jobless claims

The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits held above 2 million last week for a 10th straight week amid job cuts by U.S. state and local governments.

The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits held above 2 million last week for a 10th straight week amid job cuts by U.S. state and local governments.

Coronavirus reduces sparkle in Spain's cava industry

Spain's 1.2 billion euro cava sector has had a turbulent few years with a grape-farmers' strike, foreign buyouts of family firms and a sales hit from the Catalonia separatist crisis. Ciara Lee reports

Spain's 1.2 billion euro cava sector has had a turbulent few years with a grape-farmers' strike, foreign buyouts of family firms and a sales hit from the Catalonia separatist crisis. Ciara Lee reports

Tom Hanks donates plasma for coronavirus vaccine development

Tom Hanks has donated more plasma in order to help with the development of a potential coronavirus vaccine.

Tom Hanks has donated more plasma in order to help with the development of a potential coronavirus vaccine.

Sir Keir Starmer: Labour supports gradual easing of lockdown

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said the party supports the easing of some lockdown restrictions if safe. Speaking after Thursday's Downing Street press conference, he said: "We support the gradual easing of restrictions on lockdown, it's got ...

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said the party supports the easing of some lockdown restrictions if safe. Speaking after Thursday's Downing Street press conference, he said: "We support the gradual easing of restrictions on lockdown, it's got ...

Meet Papille, the French cat who survived coronavirus

A nine-year-old cat has become the first known case of a pet to become ill from COVID-19. She has now made a full recovery.

A nine-year-old cat has become the first known case of a pet to become ill from COVID-19. She has now made a full recovery.

Loved ones in the UK can meet up again outdoors as government eases Covid-19 lockdown

From Monday, groups of up to six from different households will be able to gather.

From Monday, groups of up to six from different households will be able to gather.

Johnson: Groups of up to six can meet in private gardens

Boris Johnson said from Monday groups of up to six people can meet in private gardens "provided those from different households continue to stick to social distancing rules" by staying two metres apart.

Boris Johnson said from Monday groups of up to six people can meet in private gardens "provided those from different households continue to stick to social distancing rules" by staying two metres apart.

Senegalese artist creates coronavirus era paintings

Renowned Senegalese artist Soly Cisse is working on a new series called 'Corona' and he says the COVID-19 pandemic has not only changed how we all live, but also the way he paints his interpretation of the world. Colette Luke has more.

Renowned Senegalese artist Soly Cisse is working on a new series called 'Corona' and he says the COVID-19 pandemic has not only changed how we all live, but also the way he paints his interpretation of the world. Colette Luke has more.

Johnson stops experts from getting involved in Cummings row

Prime Minister Boris Johnson prevents Prof Chris Whitty and Sir Patrick Vallance from answering questions on the Dominic Cummings saga, with the pair later confirming they don't want to get involved in politics.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson prevents Prof Chris Whitty and Sir Patrick Vallance from answering questions on the Dominic Cummings saga, with the pair later confirming they don't want to get involved in politics.

Covid-19: Number of people allowed at social gatherings to increase to 100 today

But other restrictions to gatherings still apply as New Zealand remains in Alert Level 2.

But other restrictions to gatherings still apply as New Zealand remains in Alert Level 2.

New Zealand’s road to economic recovery only starting, ASB says

The bank’s quarterly economic forecast was released today.

The bank’s quarterly economic forecast was released today.

Coronavirus may see businesses shed office space

With coronavirus changing the way businesses operate, estate agents foresee a decline in the number of commercial rentals. The property sector slumped during the height of lockdown but is beginning to recover as restriction are eased. A busier s...

With coronavirus changing the way businesses operate, estate agents foresee a decline in the number of commercial rentals. The property sector slumped during the height of lockdown but is beginning to recover as restriction are eased. A busier s...

Winston Peters says he’d like to see trans-Tasman bubble implemented ‘yesterday’ when asked in Parliament

National’s deputy leader Nikki Kaye questioned Mr Peters over his recent disagreements with the Government.

National’s deputy leader Nikki Kaye questioned Mr Peters over his recent disagreements with the Government.

Covid-19 death toll in United States reaches grim milestone

More than 100,000 Americans have now died from the virus.

More than 100,000 Americans have now died from the virus.

'Gareth Bale on...' - An Interview with Real Madrid's Welsh winger

In an interview with film-maker Erik Anders Lang, Gareth Bale talked jeers, confidence and playing golf.

In an interview with film-maker Erik Anders Lang, Gareth Bale talked jeers, confidence and playing golf.

Six in a row: Another day without new Covid-19 infections in NZ

It’s been nearly a week since Dr Ashley Bloomfield has reported a new case of coronavirus.

It’s been nearly a week since Dr Ashley Bloomfield has reported a new case of coronavirus.

Tips on keeping your electricity bills down during the lockdown

Tips on keeping your electricity bills down during the lockdown.

Tips on keeping your electricity bills down during the lockdown.

'Our defenders have been socially distancing all season' – keeping Tranmere Rovers alive

When league football was paused in March 2020 due to coronavirus, the Tranmere Rovers chairman, Mark Palios, devised Project Malthus, his plan to keep the League One club alive.

When league football was paused in March 2020 due to coronavirus, the Tranmere Rovers chairman, Mark Palios, devised Project Malthus, his plan to keep the League One club alive.

Who do you trust on coronavirus? From Trudeau to Piers Morgan | A new normal

What do we want life after lockdown to look like? As part of a new series, A new normal, Guardian journalist Iman Amrani asks viewers what their hopes are for the future.

What do we want life after lockdown to look like? As part of a new series, A new normal, Guardian journalist Iman Amrani asks viewers what their hopes are for the future.

Why has Brazil been so badly hit by coronavirus?

The spread of coronavirus has been catastrophic in Brazil, with the country now ranking second for infections behind only the US.

The spread of coronavirus has been catastrophic in Brazil, with the country now ranking second for infections behind only the US.

Americans Say They Are Gaining the 'Quarantine 15'

Isolation is causing many to put on weight. Reality star Kim Kardashian even admitted that she's gained a "few pounds" while staying inside.

Isolation is causing many to put on weight. Reality star Kim Kardashian even admitted that she's gained a "few pounds" while staying inside.

Poor neighborhood locked down after dozens of COVID-19 cases detected

Argentinian authorities began an operation to close down Villa Azul, a poor neighboorhood in Quilmes near Buenos Aires.

Argentinian authorities began an operation to close down Villa Azul, a poor neighboorhood in Quilmes near Buenos Aires.

'I feel like I've got my life back': the homeless residents of a Tudor hotel

When councils were instructed to provide accommodation for their homeless population to protect them from coronavirus, Mike Matthews, owner of the Prince Rupert hotel in Shrewsbury, was one of the first to step in.

When councils were instructed to provide accommodation for their homeless population to protect them from coronavirus, Mike Matthews, owner of the Prince Rupert hotel in Shrewsbury, was one of the first to step in.

Biden calls Trump 'absolute fool' for not wearing mask

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Tuesday called his Republican rival Donald Trump an "absolute fool" for not wearing a mask at a series of recent public events, saying his lack of leadership on the issue is "costing people's lives." Col

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Tuesday called his Republican rival Donald Trump an "absolute fool" for not wearing a mask at a series of recent public events, saying his lack of leadership on the issue is "costing people's lives." Col

Matt Hancock sets out new Test and Trace scheme

Health Secretary Matt Hancock sets out the NHS Test and Trace service at the Downing Street coronavirus briefing. The scheme will launch in England from Thursday and is the start of replacing the national lockdown with "individual isolation". He ...

Health Secretary Matt Hancock sets out the NHS Test and Trace service at the Downing Street coronavirus briefing. The scheme will launch in England from Thursday and is the start of replacing the national lockdown with "individual isolation". He ...

Boris Johnson says UK did not have capacity for test, track and trace ready

Boris Johnson said the UK did not learn the lessons of past pandemics in developing sufficient capacity for testing and tracing. The Prime Minister said it was a "brutal reality" when responding to MPs in the Commons Liaison Committee on Wednesday.

Boris Johnson said the UK did not learn the lessons of past pandemics in developing sufficient capacity for testing and tracing. The Prime Minister said it was a "brutal reality" when responding to MPs in the Commons Liaison Committee on Wednesday.

Argentina on lockdown: A woman murdered every day

Every 24 hours a woman dies a violent death in Argentina. Although crime is down during the country's lockdown, violence against women is surging. The perpetrators are usually husbands or relatives. The crime scenes are their own homes.

Every 24 hours a woman dies a violent death in Argentina. Although crime is down during the country's lockdown, violence against women is surging. The perpetrators are usually husbands or relatives. The crime scenes are their own homes.

Nursing home uses glassed cart to keep elderly in touch with relatives

A nursing home in the Dutch city of Vlaardingen has been using a glassed cart for family visits which were suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

A nursing home in the Dutch city of Vlaardingen has been using a glassed cart for family visits which were suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

South Korea reports new spike in virus cases

South Korea reported the highest daily number of new coronavirus cases in 49 days on Wednesday, as one of the country's largest e-commerce companies battled an outbreak linked to a now-shuttered logistics facility.

South Korea reported the highest daily number of new coronavirus cases in 49 days on Wednesday, as one of the country's largest e-commerce companies battled an outbreak linked to a now-shuttered logistics facility.

No new cases in NZ, no Kiwis left in hospital with Covid-19

Dr Ashley Bloomfield provided the latest update on New Zealand's response to Covid-19.

Dr Ashley Bloomfield provided the latest update on New Zealand's response to Covid-19.

‘Won’t be too long’ - PM announces new details of work towards trans-Tasman travel bubble

Her comments come after Winston Peters said he thinks we should already have trans-Tasman travel.

Her comments come after Winston Peters said he thinks we should already have trans-Tasman travel.

Coronavirus overshadows low-key Memorial Day

Americans paid a mostly low-key tribute to those who died serving in the U.S. Armed Forces on Monday, with many Memorial Day events canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak that has killed nearly 100,000 people in the United States alone. This report

Americans paid a mostly low-key tribute to those who died serving in the U.S. Armed Forces on Monday, with many Memorial Day events canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak that has killed nearly 100,000 people in the United States alone. This report

As Covid-19 job losses continue, Reserve Bank warns of wave of mortgage defaults

But it says New Zealand’s banks are strong enough to support that.

But it says New Zealand’s banks are strong enough to support that.

Air NZ ramps up its schedule, adding business-timed flights to regions across the nation

The flights will allow customers to again travel in and out of regions within the same day.

The flights will allow customers to again travel in and out of regions within the same day.

7 Ways to Avoid Germs While Grocery Shopping

1. If you have reusable bags, clean them between store trips.

1. If you have reusable bags, clean them between store trips.

5 Kitchen Cleaning Tips to Combat Coronavirus

As we spend more time at home social distancing, our kitchens are getting a lot more use.

As we spend more time at home social distancing, our kitchens are getting a lot more use.

Stock investors are in denial: economist

Multivariate's Max Wolff warns that despite investor optimism, earnings and economics growth will plunge further this quarter. He tells Reuters' Fred Katayama he recommends a defensive play in this scenario: consumer staples stocks

Multivariate's Max Wolff warns that despite investor optimism, earnings and economics growth will plunge further this quarter. He tells Reuters' Fred Katayama he recommends a defensive play in this scenario: consumer staples stocks

New research details what cells are more susceptible to the coronavirus

A new research study details what cells are more susceptible to the coronavirus.

A new research study details what cells are more susceptible to the coronavirus.

Oxford starts human trials on COVID-19 vaccine: report

The University of Oxford has initiated human trials for the first COVID-19 vaccine in Europe, according to the BBC.

The University of Oxford has initiated human trials for the first COVID-19 vaccine in Europe, according to the BBC.

Surgical masks wash ashore on Australian beaches

Cargo ship APL England lost 40 containers in giant ocean swells, some of which were filled with medical supplies.

Cargo ship APL England lost 40 containers in giant ocean swells, some of which were filled with medical supplies.

Coronavirus: UK PM's approval drops

Boris Johnson's approval rating has plummeted amid the lockdown scandal involving his adviser Dominic Cummings.

Boris Johnson's approval rating has plummeted amid the lockdown scandal involving his adviser Dominic Cummings.

Auckland's sporting codes unite in effort to return from Covid-19

Community sport's green light has seen Auckland’s organisations join forces.

Community sport's green light has seen Auckland’s organisations join forces.

Virus could cost Mexico a million jobs: president

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Sunday that the novel coronavirus could cost as many as a million jobs in the country as many industries considered not essential remain shut.

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Sunday that the novel coronavirus could cost as many as a million jobs in the country as many industries considered not essential remain shut.

Germany stamps authority on Lufthansa with $9.8 bln lifeline

Germany threw Lufthansa a 9 billion euro ($9.8 billion) lifeline on Monday, agreeing a bailout which gives Berlin a veto in the event of a hostile bid for the airline. Ciara Lee reports

Germany threw Lufthansa a 9 billion euro ($9.8 billion) lifeline on Monday, agreeing a bailout which gives Berlin a veto in the event of a hostile bid for the airline. Ciara Lee reports

Dominic Cummings: The lingering questions

Dominic Cummings opened up to the media on Monday about his stay in County Durham amid lockdown restrictions. But despite his press conference lasting an hour, many of the Downing Street adviser's explanations did not satisfy everyone, and there ...

Dominic Cummings opened up to the media on Monday about his stay in County Durham amid lockdown restrictions. But despite his press conference lasting an hour, many of the Downing Street adviser's explanations did not satisfy everyone, and there ...

Dominic Cummings: Government minister resigns over aide's alleged breach of lockdown

Douglas Ross has resigned from the Government over Dominic Cummings' alleged breach of lockdown rules. Mr Ross was the parliamentary under-secretary of state for Scotland. It is the first resignation over Mr Cummings' trip to County Durham durin...

Douglas Ross has resigned from the Government over Dominic Cummings' alleged breach of lockdown rules. Mr Ross was the parliamentary under-secretary of state for Scotland. It is the first resignation over Mr Cummings' trip to County Durham durin...

Critics lead backlash against Dominic Cummings' statement

Dominic Cummings has faced huge backlash from politicians and the public after being accused of flouting the rules he helped impose on the rest of the country. Critics included political commentator Alastair Campbell and SNP leader Ian Blackford.

Dominic Cummings has faced huge backlash from politicians and the public after being accused of flouting the rules he helped impose on the rest of the country. Critics included political commentator Alastair Campbell and SNP leader Ian Blackford.

Train firm using disinfectant which 'will kill coronavirus for up to 30 days'

Govia Thameslink Railway's entire fleet of Southern, Thameslink, Great Northern and Gatwick Express trains, plus stations and staff areas, have been treated with a powerful new disinfectant which it says sticks to surfaces, killing the coronavirus...

Govia Thameslink Railway's entire fleet of Southern, Thameslink, Great Northern and Gatwick Express trains, plus stations and staff areas, have been treated with a powerful new disinfectant which it says sticks to surfaces, killing the coronavirus...

Merck jumps into COVID-19 vaccine race

Merck announced three deals Tuesday to develop treatments for the new coronavirus.

Merck announced three deals Tuesday to develop treatments for the new coronavirus.

Matt Hancock: Dominic Cummings decision was within guidelines

Health Secretary Matt Hancock followed the Prime Minister and other senior members of Cabinet in supporting Dominic Cummings decision to travel to County Durham during lockdown. Mr Hancock says Mr Cummings' need for childcare represented an 'exce...

Health Secretary Matt Hancock followed the Prime Minister and other senior members of Cabinet in supporting Dominic Cummings decision to travel to County Durham during lockdown. Mr Hancock says Mr Cummings' need for childcare represented an 'exce...

Kiwi scientist says New Zealand is capable of finding Covid-19 vaccine

But Malaghan Institute’s professor Graham Le Gros predicts it will take a while.

But Malaghan Institute’s professor Graham Le Gros predicts it will take a while.

Matthew McConaughey and wife Camila deliver 110,000 masks to rural Texas hospitals

Matthew McConaughey and his wife Camila turned delivery drivers to hand out 110,000 masks to rural hospitals in their home state of Texas last week.

Matthew McConaughey and his wife Camila turned delivery drivers to hand out 110,000 masks to rural hospitals in their home state of Texas last week.

COVID-19 lawsuit takes on McDonald's like it was a rowdy bar

As U.S. businesses reopen, worried workers and their advocates are borrowing a legal strategy commonly used to shut down rowdy topless bars to try and force employers to strengthen protection against further spread of the coronavirus. This report pro

As U.S. businesses reopen, worried workers and their advocates are borrowing a legal strategy commonly used to shut down rowdy topless bars to try and force employers to strengthen protection against further spread of the coronavirus. This report pro

Matt Hancock: New drug trial probably biggest step forward in Covid-19 treatment

Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced plans for a new trial of drug Remdesivir, a treatment originally developed to fight Ebola, which appears to shorten recovery time for people with Covid-19.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced plans for a new trial of drug Remdesivir, a treatment originally developed to fight Ebola, which appears to shorten recovery time for people with Covid-19.

Masked traders, Cuomo re-open iconic NYSE

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo joined traders in putting on a face covering to mark the reopening of the iconic New York Stock Exchange trading floor, in another sign America is getting back to business. Conway G.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo joined traders in putting on a face covering to mark the reopening of the iconic New York Stock Exchange trading floor, in another sign America is getting back to business. Conway G.

Perfect For Social Distancing Holidays: Tiny Camper Is A Boat, A House And A Tricycle

This vehicle could be the solution for semi-social distancing breaks, the Z-Triton combines a house, a boat and tricycle. It is a holiday on wheels!. The tiny electric camper is the brainchild of a latvian designer, Algars Lauzis from design studi...

This vehicle could be the solution for semi-social distancing breaks, the Z-Triton combines a house, a boat and tricycle. It is a holiday on wheels!. The tiny electric camper is the brainchild of a latvian designer, Algars Lauzis from design studi...

Team GB judokas train together in lockdown

Team GB judo athletes Nekoda Smythe-Davis and Chelsie Giles continue to train in lockdown together despite the Olympics postponement.

Team GB judo athletes Nekoda Smythe-Davis and Chelsie Giles continue to train in lockdown together despite the Olympics postponement.

‘NZ will be interested in participating in all aspects’ of vaccine collaboration, Dr Bloomfield says

The Government announced today it has allocated $37 million for the international research collaboration.

The Government announced today it has allocated $37 million for the international research collaboration.

Novavax begins coronavirus vaccine clinical trial

American biotech company Novavax announced on Monday it has started Phase 1 of a clinical trial for a coronavirus vaccine.

American biotech company Novavax announced on Monday it has started Phase 1 of a clinical trial for a coronavirus vaccine.

Brazil surpasses U.S. daily virus death toll

On Monday the White House moved up a travel ban on foreigners who have been to Brazil over the past two weeks, just as Brazil's daily death toll from the coronavirus surpassed that of the U.S.

On Monday the White House moved up a travel ban on foreigners who have been to Brazil over the past two weeks, just as Brazil's daily death toll from the coronavirus surpassed that of the U.S.

NZ’s only national bus service to resume this week, after Covid-19 lockdown

Prior to the nationwide lockdown, more than 100 daily services were operating across the country.

Prior to the nationwide lockdown, more than 100 daily services were operating across the country.

Air NZ continues to make huge financial cuts, but hasn’t yet touched Govt’s $900m loan

The airline says it has cut $400 million by slashing staff and grounding aircraft.

The airline says it has cut $400 million by slashing staff and grounding aircraft.

Once again no new Covid-19 cases in New Zealand

Dr Ashley Bloomfield gave his May 26 update from Wellington.

Dr Ashley Bloomfield gave his May 26 update from Wellington.

Coronavirus: Human trials begin for vaccine in Victoria

Australia's first human trial for a COVID-19 vaccine has begun in Victoria.

Australia's first human trial for a COVID-19 vaccine has begun in Victoria.

5 Plant Care Mistakes People Are Making While in Quarantine

Whether you’ve been a plant parent for years or are new to the game, showering your plants with attention while on lockdown may be harming them.

Whether you’ve been a plant parent for years or are new to the game, showering your plants with attention while on lockdown may be harming them.

8 Helpful Baking Tips Every Beginner Should Know

With more time at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are trying their hand at baking.

With more time at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are trying their hand at baking.

Nintendo's Developers Face 'Big Limitations' Amid Pandemic

The gaming giant has admitted that having so many of its employees based at home during the health crisis.

The gaming giant has admitted that having so many of its employees based at home during the health crisis.

How to take the stress out of homeschooling

The Coronavirus pandemic has made reluctant teachers out of many parents, this video offers some tips on how to keep calm when trying to teach at home.

The Coronavirus pandemic has made reluctant teachers out of many parents, this video offers some tips on how to keep calm when trying to teach at home.

Staying present can prevent coronavirus stress

This video examines different ways you can utilize mindfulness techniques in order to overcome stress during the pandemic.

This video examines different ways you can utilize mindfulness techniques in order to overcome stress during the pandemic.

Coronavirus: Distancing flouted in US as death-toll exceeds 100,000

Social distancing has been flouted across the United States as their coronavirus death-toll exceeds 100,000.

Social distancing has been flouted across the United States as their coronavirus death-toll exceeds 100,000.

Dominic Cummings: I hope people believe I behaved reasonably in the circumstances

Dominic Cummings has sought to defend his decision to drive to County Durham despite the coronavirus lockdown restrictions, saying he believes he behaved "reasonably" and does not regret his actions.

Dominic Cummings has sought to defend his decision to drive to County Durham despite the coronavirus lockdown restrictions, saying he believes he behaved "reasonably" and does not regret his actions.

Back to school for kids in Australia's NSW

At the Homebush West Public School in Sydney, Australia, teachers welcomed eager students back to full-time, in-person learning on Monday, as the country begins reopening its schools in stages. Gloria Tso has more.

At the Homebush West Public School in Sydney, Australia, teachers welcomed eager students back to full-time, in-person learning on Monday, as the country begins reopening its schools in stages. Gloria Tso has more.

Japan seeks to end Tokyo's state of emergency

Japan is expected to lift its state of emergency over Tokyo, as it eyes a fresh stimulus relief package worth nearly $930 billion.

Japan is expected to lift its state of emergency over Tokyo, as it eyes a fresh stimulus relief package worth nearly $930 billion.

Why are there not enough hospital beds in NYC?

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Germany: Learning to live with the pandemic

For months, Germans have had to cope with the dictates of the coronavirus pandemic: stay at home, keep a distance! Now that the restrictions are being relaxed, people are relieved - but also concerned. DW gauged the mood in Berlin.

For months, Germans have had to cope with the dictates of the coronavirus pandemic: stay at home, keep a distance! Now that the restrictions are being relaxed, people are relieved - but also concerned. DW gauged the mood in Berlin.

'Stop killing us', protesters chant at Donald Trump

Demonstrators gathered near the exit of the Trump National Club in Virginia on Sunday as President Donald Trump left the venue after spending most of the day on the links playing golf. The protesters waved signs criticising the US administratio...

Demonstrators gathered near the exit of the Trump National Club in Virginia on Sunday as President Donald Trump left the venue after spending most of the day on the links playing golf. The protesters waved signs criticising the US administratio...

Britain bakes on Bank Holiday Monday

Britons made the most of eased lockdown restrictions on Bank Holiday Monday, flocking to beaches to soak up the sunshine.

Britons made the most of eased lockdown restrictions on Bank Holiday Monday, flocking to beaches to soak up the sunshine.