A number of 7.30’s viewers have contacted us to ask how some of the COVID-19 patients we interviewed early in the pandemic are going now. We met Australians at home and overseas who were battling the virus, some of them in bad shape and being treated in ICU. Tracy Bowden and producer Laura Francis went … Read more Some coronavirus patients are discovering unexpected side effects | 7.30
For all the secrecy and speculation that typically surrounds the search for a vice presidential candidate, the decision rarely sways an election. But ahead of Joe Biden’s imminent announcement, this year could be different. At a minimum, the decision will shift the force of the campaign — at least temporarily — away from Donald Trump’s … Read more Why Biden’s Vice President Pick Matters More Than Usual For This Election
During lockdown many of us have gained weight and with 2020 being ‘cancelled’ it was hard to stay motivated, as Telegraph Journalist Danielle Robinson found. Over the course of the next 8 weeks she’s challenged herself to lose the weight she gained in lockdown, following the F45 8 week challenge. Each week we’ll be posting … Read more Lockdown body challenge: Eight weeks to get back in shape | Week two | F45
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered a speech last week seeking to build a broad anti-#China alliance. The Washington Post reported he has coordinated four major speeches against China since June. The Los Angeles Times reported that President Donald Trump wants an alliance to oppose China, and it’s starting to take shape. The alliance … Read more Anti-China alliance: Could it work?
For 34 years, Ardmore studios has crafted away original ceramics that have provided income to feed many families in KwaZulu-Natal province, #SouthAfrica. Trained by Ardmore’s founder Feé Halsted, 80 painters and sculptors transform African art into ornamental pieces. Items have been sold by Christie’s and Sotheby’s and since branching out into bespoke furniture, wallpaper and … Read more Made in Africa: South Africa ceramics
On July 28, Chinese Vice Premier Liu He chaired the 8th China-EU High-level Economic and Trade Dialogue, part of ongoing negotiations between the two sides. With isolationism on the rise in the U.S., sound trade relations between China and the EU can do much to shape the global economy. But what exactly can both sides … Read more In the middle of the blame game initiated by the U.S., will the EU take sides or remain neutral?
During lockdown many of us have gained weight and with 2020 being ‘cancelled’ it was hard to stay motivated, as Telegraph Journalist Danielle Robinson found. Over the course of the next 8 weeks she’s challenged herself to lose the weight she gained in lockdown, following the F45 8 week challenge. Each week we’ll be posting … Read more Lockdown body challenge: Eight weeks to get back in shape | Week one
The exact location of the final work by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh has been pinpointed after being hidden in plain view among a tangle of roots next to a rural lane near Paris and experts say it gives them new insights into the anguished painter’s mental state on the day he is widely believed … Read more Place of Van Gogh’s Last Painting Found in France
The exact location of the final work by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh has been pinpointed after being hidden in plain view among a tangle of roots next to a rural lane near Paris and experts say it gives them new insights into the anguished painter’s mental state on the day he is widely believed … Read more Site of Van Gogh’s Last Painting Revealed
Jul.30 — Bill Winters, chief executive officer at Standard Chartered Plc, discusses the company’s loan loss provisions, the potential for worldwide job cuts, dividend and the challenges he’s facing from Hong Kong’s national security law imposed by China. He speaks exclusively on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe.”
Tianwen-1, China’s first ever Mars mission launched on July 23, has captured a photo of the Earth and the Moon, the China National Space Agency (CNSA) announced Tuesday. Using the optical navigation sensor, the probe took the image of the Earth and the Moon at a distance of 1.2 million kilometers on Monday, under the … Read more China’s Mars probe sends back photo of Earth, Moon
LeBron James addresses the media and discusses how he is focusing on the season, the importance of the Mamba chant during practice to honor Kobe Bryant, how he is communicating with his family while being in the Orlando bubble and how his body is trying to get his body back in shape after the hiatus. … Read more LeBron says he ‘can’t afford’ to turn his phone off during the postseason this time | NBA on ESPN
A lifetime civil rights leader in the U.S. who inspired the passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. The last of the ‘Big Six’ rights leaders led by Martin Luther King Junior. And hailed as the ‘conscience of Congress’. John Lewis is being remembered in a six-day memorial service that follows his journey through life. … Read more How will John Lewis be remembered? | Inside Story
If we do experience a second wave of coronavirus, our bodies need to be prepared and ready to weather the storm. Over the course of the next six weeks Jo and Luke Gray from Living Retreats will be telling and showing Telegraph readers how to get back in shape. To read more visit: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/health-fitness/body/lockdown-triggered-deconditioning-syndrome/ Telegraph.co.uk … Read more Six week summer reset: How to recondition your lockdown body
Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1KyA9sV Good Morning Britain’s Ranvir Singh joins Christine today to talk about the return of her hit show, Eat, Shop, Save which shows us how to shape up for summer post-lockdown by improving our diets, fitness and financial wellbeing. She talks about how lockdown affected the series and how it has … Read more Ranvir Singh Reveals Struggles of Lockdown and Talks Return of Eat, Shop, Save | Lorraine