Here are your rugby morning headlines for Saturday 1 April. Ex-Wales U20s wing signs for Ospreys as injury cover Ospreys have signed former Wales Under-20 wing Harri Doel as injury cover for Alex Cuthbert until the end of the season. Wales wing Cuthbert was ruled out of his nation’s final two 2023 Six Nations games […]

Emergency responders are seen near a site where two military helicopters crashed Wednesday night during a routine training mission in Trigg County, in southwestern Kentucky, on March 30, 2023. ( AP)   Nondice Thurman, a spokesperson for Fort Campbell, said Thursday morning that the deaths happened the previous night in southwestern Kentucky during a routine […]

TalkTV’s Piers Morgan has suggested International Women’s Day should be suspended until the definition of women can be “restored”. Questioning the idea that self-identifying women should expect the same rights as biological women, Piers challenged feminist author Angelica Malin to accept his right to self-identify. Piers: “Why can’t I, on International Women’s Day, say ‘I’m […]

Two new short-form series from the Digital Originals initiative, a partnership between SBS, NITV, and Screen Australia, have been selected to compete in two major international television festival competitions. These series showcase distinctive Australian stories and creative talent, and continue the initiative’s success. The first series, Appetite, has been selected as one of 10 series […]

Recently, a cohort of 36 students from MIT and universities across Hong Kong came together for the MIT Entrepreneurship and Maker Skills Integrator (MEMSI), an intense two-week startup boot camp hosted at the MIT Hong Kong Innovation Node. “We’re very excited to be in Hong Kong,” said Professor Charles Sodini, LeBel Professor of Electrical Engineering […]

Supporters of the Baloch National Movement (BNM) staged anti-Pakistan protest in Germany and UK to observe March 27 as ‘Black Day’. On March 27, 1948, the Pakistan Army forcibly occupied the Eastern Part of Balochistan. Since then the Baloch nation has been struggling for its freedom. A huge number of Baloch people joined the protest […]

The Scott Trust, the foundation that owns the British newspaper The Guardian — a progressive media organization dedicated to defending the rule of law, public liberties and left-wing causes — on Tuesday apologized for its founders’ ties to the slave trade. The act of contrition comes in response to an extensive report commissioned by the […]

Leaving university or looking for an entry-level job in the INGO sector can be a daunting prospect for anyone, and at a time when we are seeing fewer and fewer entry-level jobs come onto the market, it can feel like mission impossible. My name is Katherine, and I am Bond’s Sector Transformation Coordinator. I have […]

This monthly round-up brings you a selection of the latest news and updates on global trade. Top international trade stories: US and EU to discuss green tech minerals; South Korea and Japan end trade dispute; Ukraine Black Sea grain deal extended to mid-May. 1. US and EU to start talks on trade of green tech […]

We Are Parable, the UK-based organisation that celebrates Black cinema from around the world, is expanding into distribution, looking to acquire films for UK and international release.  The organisation, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this week with a four-day event at Brixton House in London, will begin by acquiring films for UK release.  It will […]

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