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'People are hurting': food charities in demand in Sydney's Covid hotspots
Food charities say demand for assistance in south-west and western Sydney is continuing to grow, with more than five times the number of hampers being handed out each week since before lockdown.
Boston Celtics: 3 more trade targets using the Evan Fournier TPE
In a not-so-strange turn of events, the Boston Celtics have a new TPE to use. Just when people began to get excited that Brad Stevens used all of Boston's TPEs, he created a new one.
Boston Celtics: Predicting the C's opening night starting lineup
This Past offseason saw the Boston Celtics become more aggressive than in years past.
Brad Stevens, the new President of Basketball Operations, quickly went to work in reshaping this roster.
Sharks' Evander Kane pushes back on estranged wife's 'incredibly false' betting claims
San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane doubled down on his assertions he has never bet on NHL games or fixed games about two months after his estranged wife made the accusations.
Toronto shows 'zero empathy' by making businesses pay parking fees after lockdowns, owner says | CBC News
When Ontario eased some of its pandemic restrictions this summer and Mark Evans was allowed to reopen his east Toronto business, he says the last thing he expected was the city to hound him for unpaid parking fees.
N.J. to Pull $182 Million Out of Unilever Over Ben & Jerry's and Israel
Mr. Jope also addressed the complex relationship between Unilever and Ben & Jerry's. After Unilever bought the company in 2000, Ben & Jerry's retained its own board of directors.
California risks forfeiting millions meant for struggling renters, auditor warns
California must step up its effort to distribute federal funds to renters struggling financially because of the COVID-19 pandemic or the state risks forfeiting millions of dollars in assistance, the state auditor warned Thursday.
'About damn time': First Nation gets clean water after 24-year wait
Residents of a First Nations community in Canada, who were deprived of clean drinking water for nearly a quarter of a century, can now drink from their taps after a water treatment facility became fully operational earlier this week.
Home computing pioneer Sir Clive Sinclair dies aged 81
Sir Clive Sinclair, the inventor and entrepreneur who was instrumental in bringing home computers to the masses, has died at the age of 81.
Concreit closes on $6M to allow more people to invest in the global private real estate market
, a company that wants to open real estate investing to a broader group of people, announced today that it has closed $6 million in a seed funding round led by Matrix Partners.