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The London gallery shining a light on neon art

14 Jun 2017

LONDON On the flick of a flurry of switches, a studio on a gray industrial estate in East London lights up to reveal hundreds of bright neon artworks. | Video

Supermoon delights world's star gazers in full moon, eclipse combination

15 Nov 2016

SYDNEY From Beijing to Berlin, star gazers around the world admired the supermoon - the largest, brightest full moon in nearly seven decades - as it made its way across the skies on Sunday and Monday. | Video

Stars align for Kerber in ascent to top spot

20 Oct 2016

SINGAPORE Angelique Kerber is the world number one in women's tennis yet it remains a title she has yet to grow accustomed to after her meteoric rise to the summit.

Rugby-Bruising Bulls prove too strong for Sunwolves in Singapore

26 Mar 2016

SINGAPORE, March 26 The Bulls' bulk and grunt proved too much for the craft and guile of the Sunwolves as the South Africans claimed a 30-27 in Singapore on Saturday to leave the new Japanese franchise still searching for a first win.

Rugby-World Cup helped and hindered Sunwolves, says SANZAAR boss

12 Mar 2016

SINGAPORE, March 13 It has been a tough start to Super Rugby life for the Sunwolves and it might well get worse before it gets any better, according to SANZAAR CEO Andy Marinos.

Rugby-Boom! Cheetahs fight back to stun Sunwolves in Singapore

12 Mar 2016

SINGAPORE, March 12 The Cheetahs stormed back from 18 points down to claim a 32-31 victory over the shorthanded Sunwolves in a pulsating try fest on Saturday to mark Super Rugby's first ever fixture in Singapore.

Cheetahs happy to be in the heat for Sunwolves hunt

11 Mar 2016

SINGAPORE Cheetahs head coach Franco Smith feels honoured to be playing the first ever Super Rugby match in Singapore against the Sunwolves, with the South African happy to be in the hot and humid conditions instead of chilly Tokyo.

Sunwolves eager to show Super Rugby readiness in Singapore

11 Mar 2016

SINGAPORE Fledgling Japanese outfit the Sunwolves have benefited from the bonus preparation time of last week's bye week, their defiant head coach Mark Hammett said on Friday, amid continued debate about their readiness for the high demands of Super Rugby.

Sunwolves unlikely to spark Asian growth, says rights holder

02 Mar 2016

SINGAPORE The Sunwolves entry into Super Rugby is unlikely to grow the game around Asia, according to the sport's new rights owner in the region who believes showcasing more local action online will have a greater impact.

Mourinho hopes to be back in summer, but Man Utd a "million dollar question"

24 Feb 2016

SINGAPORE Jose Mourinho says he is in the dark about a possible switch to Manchester United but that he hopes to be back in football this summer.

World News

China virus death toll mounts to 25, infections spread

A new coronavirus has killed 25 people in China and infected more than 800, the government said on Friday, as the World Health Organisation declared it an emergency but stopped short of declaring the epidemic of international concern.