June 8, 2019

New Madrid hope Hazard needs Real as much as they need him

After five years without a 'Galactico' signing, Real Madrid have recruited Eden Hazard to return the dishevelled Spaniards to their perch as the best side in Europe, while the Belgian hopes his new team can elevate him to a higher level too.
June 8, 2019

Crusaders to retain name for 2020, logo to be changed

The Canterbury Crusaders will retain their name for the next Super Rugby season at least but their logo will be changed following an outcry in the wake of a mass shooting in Christchurch almost three months ago, the team has said.
June 8, 2019

Trump’s tariff tactics could be bad news for China and EU

Business leaders, financial markets, the American consumer, even many Republican politicians - plenty will be breathing a sigh of relief that a trade war between the US and Mexico has been averted. 
June 8, 2019

Trump calls off tariff threat against Mexico

Donald Trump has called off his threat to impose tariffs on Mexican imports, as Mexico pledges to clamp down on migration to the US.
June 8, 2019

Woe Canada could become Oh Canada at Hamilton Golf Club

The second-round leaderboard at the Canadian Open on Friday had an unusual look, littered with local names at a championship that has not been kind to the home contingent in recent decades.
June 8, 2019

Drivers better prepared than ever say F1 bosses

Drivers are fitter and more prepared than ever Formula One team bosses said on Friday, denying Lewis Hamilton's claims that F1 had become so easy physically that youngsters could step into the cockpit without doing any hard work.
June 8, 2019

Neymar, sponsors suspend some ad campaigns after rape allegation – statement

Brazilian soccer star Neymar's agents said on Friday that he and some of his sponsors had agreed to suspend some advertising campaigns following an allegation that he raped a woman in Paris last month.