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Alex Lees: England have ultimate belief they can complete chase against India

India set the winning line at 378, higher than any England side has ever managed, but the hosts need just 119 more with seven wickets in hand. Alex Lees claimed England’s “ultimate belief” in each other helped drive them towards a history-making chase against India at Edgbaston.

independent.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 0
Alex Lees: England have ultimate belief they can complete chase against India

Rugby crowd goes wild for security guard's awesome side-step tackle on pitch invader in New Zealand

The crowd cheered as the pitch invader was tackled A pitch invader at a New Zealand rugby match was tackled to the ground by security at the weekend, and the video has certainly drawn some attention. The Vodafone Warriors were hosting the Wests Tigers in the Telstra Rugby League Premiership at Mount Smart Stadium.

walesonline.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 4
Rugby crowd goes wild for security guard's awesome side-step tackle on pitch invader in New Zealand

Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow put England on way to record-breaking win vs India

England need a further 118 runs to complete the ninth-highest fourth innings run chase in Test match history, with Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow both unbeaten on 76 and 73 respectively England will need to make history in their bid to win the rescheduled fifth Test against India and level the series after being set 378 to win.

mirror.co.uk ,  3 hours ago 5
Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow put England on way to record-breaking win vs India

NASA's tiny CAPSTONE spacecraft now flying to the moon on its own

The mission will settle in for a long journey following a crucial and successful spacecraft burn Monday. NASA's CAPSTONE is now on its journey to the moon on it own. The 55-pound (25 kilogram) CAPSTONE microsatellite finished its final burn today (July 4) to set itself on a trajectory that will take it to Earth's celestial companion by the end of this year.

space.com ,  5 hours ago 0
NASA's tiny CAPSTONE spacecraft now flying to the moon on its own

Why Nasa’s Capstone satellite is flying a weird path to the Moon

Nasa’s Capstone is off on a strange but efficient four-month journey to the Moon Nasa’s Capstone mission successfully separated from its launch vehicle Monday morning, setting the 55-pound small satellite on a trajectory to rendezvous with the Moon later this year. Capstone, or the Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System Technology Operations and Navigation Experiment, launched atop a Rocket Labs Photon rocket from New Zealand on 28 June, and successfully separated from the rocket’s upper stage on Monday morning.

independent.co.uk ,  6 hours ago 8
Why Nasa’s Capstone satellite is flying a weird path to the Moon

Kate and Prince William's could travel to Australia in time for a major sporting event

PRINCE William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge could be set to embark on an Australian royal tour, a royal expert suggests. On Saturday, Prince William hosted New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at Kensington Palace. This meeting has fuelled speculation that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are soon heading over to New Zealand and Australia.

express.co.uk ,  7 hours ago 29
Kate and Prince William's could travel to Australia in time for a major sporting event

Hosts face record run chase despite four wickets on fourth morning of fifth Test

India took their lead beyond 360 at Edgbaston in the series decider. England picked up four wickets on the fourth morning but were still staring at the prospect of a record chase in their series decider against India. After an attritional third evening nudged India into the box seat, things picked up pace on the penultimate day at Edgbaston as the tourists moved from 125 for three to 229 for seven.

expressandstar.com ,  8 hours ago 4
Hosts face record run chase despite four wickets on fourth morning of fifth Test

Camping association calls for changes to law allowing New Zealanders to defecate in open

Organisation demands that people conduct their business at least 50m away from waterways A camping association in New Zealand has blamed campers for ruining the environment and called for changes to a law that allows people to defecate in public places if no one is watching. The Responsible Campers Association Inc (RCAi) has challenged the laws based on environmental protection, demanding that more curbs should be put to keep such people away from hotspots.

independent.co.uk ,  8 hours ago 2
Camping association calls for changes to law allowing New Zealanders to defecate in open

Satellite breaks free of Earth orbit and is heading towards moon

It is hoped the satellite will soar past the moon before being pulled back into its orbit A satellite the size of a microwave oven has broken free from its orbit around Earth and is heading towards the moon. It is the latest step in Nasa’s plan to land astronauts on the lunar surface again.

walesonline.co.uk ,  9 hours ago 186
Satellite breaks free of Earth orbit and is heading towards moon

Nasa satellite heads towards moon after breaking free from orbit around Earth

It is the latest step in Nasa’s plan to land astronauts on the lunar surface again. A satellite the size of a microwave oven has successfully broken free from its orbit around Earth and is heading towards the moon. It is the latest step in Nasa’s plan to land astronauts on the lunar surface again.

guernseypress.com ,  9 hours ago 0
Nasa satellite heads towards moon after breaking free from orbit around Earth

New Zealand pressured to crackdown on strange 'undesirable' public pooing law

NEW ZEALAND is being pressured to change an unusual law. The surprising rule allows people to poo in public in certain circumstances. Currently, tourists and residents are allowed to poo in public in New Zealand if they can show they had reasonable grounds that they were not being observed.

express.co.uk ,  9 hours ago 15
New Zealand pressured to crackdown on strange 'undesirable' public pooing law

Ireland quartet set to return ahead of second Test with New Zealand

Ireland will be boosted by the return to training of Rob Herring, Harry Byrne, Mack Hansen and Finlay Bealham ahead of the second Test against New Zealand this week. Andy Farrell’s squad have been struck by a number of injuries and absences on the tour but captain Johnny Sexton is expected to be fit for Saturday’s match in Dunedin as he undergoes his third and final head injury assessment on Monday.

newschainonline.com ,  13 hours ago 0
Ireland quartet set to return ahead of second Test with New Zealand

Ben Stokes and Brendon McCullum's Test cricket revolution is double-edged sword

Watching England's Test cricketers this summer has become a entertaining rollercoaster ride under the dynamic coach-captain partnership of Brendon McCullum and Ben Stokes “Play without fear” might just be the easiest cliche to throw around in sport at the elite level. The reality is that to compete on the very highest stage in front of millions of people with huge consequences riding on whether you win or lose means that playing without the slightest caution is actually incredibly difficult to do.

mirror.co.uk ,  14 hours ago 6
Ben Stokes and Brendon McCullum's Test cricket revolution is double-edged sword

Money Makeover: 'My rental is worth 26 times more – how can I avoid paying tax on the profits?'

Our reader became an accidental landlord but is now stuck as he wants to sell up Kinross Almond’s work as an engineer meant he has travelled far and wide. His job took him first to Libya and New Zealand – and then later to Anglesey. This may have been closer to the family home that Mr Almond, now 85, and his wife Mary had bought in Denbighshire, North Wales, in 1964, but the commute was still a slog.

telegraph.co.uk ,  15 hours ago 38
Money Makeover: 'My rental is worth 26 times more – how can I avoid paying tax on the profits?'

Call to tighten New Zealand law that allows public pooing if no one watching

Camping association wants overhaul of law to ensure that waste is properly buried and at least 50 metres from nearest waterway A New Zealand law allowing people to poo in public – so long as they do not think they are being watched – must be tightened, says a freedom camping association, amid long-running allegations that campers are to blame for much of the human waste in the natural environment.

theguardian.com ,  17 hours ago 0
Call to tighten New Zealand law that allows public pooing if no one watching

Missed meals and constant stress: New Zealand’s cost-of-living crisis hits home

Study finds food insecurity causing ‘significant and enduring hardship’ as costs outstrip income for some sole parents Some nights, all Jessemy Evans has to eat is the leftovers on her toddler’s plate. She has stopped buying meat, insulated her windows with plastic to save on heating and cancels activities requiring petrol-use – but despite living frugally, each day is becoming tougher as the high cost of living in New Zealand bites.

theguardian.com ,  19 hours ago 1
Missed meals and constant stress: New Zealand’s cost-of-living crisis hits home