Success for Mercedes as Russell lead homes 1-2 in Brazil | The Citizen

George Russell claimed his first Formula One victory as he won the Brazilian GP at Interlagos on Sunday with Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton second.  The pair had started on the front row but the crash-marred race was far from a procession to the team’s first victory of the season. Hamilton bumped wheels with Max Verstappen … Read more

Grace passed a long Saturday with relaxed banter; 1 off NGC lead | The Citizen

Branden Grace passed a long Saturday on the Gary Player Country Club course by bantering with his caddy and not letting his cold putter get to him, and his relaxed approach worked as he will go into the final round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge just one stroke off the lead. Due to the torrential … Read more

England set to lead the charge in Rugby World Cup semis | The Citizen

All-conquering England will be driven by the prospect of more women’s Rugby World Cup glory when they face Canada before defending champions New Zealand look to end a losing run against France in the semi-finals on Saturday. England take on the Canadians in a repeat of the 2014 World Cup final before the French try … Read more

White-backed vultures being poisoned by lead from ammunition, new study finds | The Citizen

A new study has revealed disturbing reasons why White-backed vulture chicks are ingesting deadly amounts of lead. The study, conducted by BirdLife South Africa, the University of the Witwatersrand and the University of Johannesburg, and funded by the Isdell Family Foundation and Mary Oppenheimer & Daughters Foundation, took blood samples from chicks at Dronfield Nature … Read more

Soaring RSV rates in parts of Quebec lead national cases, strain hospital staff | Globalnews.ca

Soaring cases of respiratory syncytial virus in Quebec have pushed the positivity rate to 15 per cent in Montreal and Quebec City. Weekly provincial surveillance data show positivity rates of the childhood illness hover near 14 per cent provincewide, with slightly higher rates in the two cities and wide variation among smaller communities. It’s several … Read more

Accept elect to cancel next show instead of forging ahead without Mark Tornillo on lead vocals – Sleaze Roxx

Press photo courtesy of Michael Brandvold Marketing Accept elect to cancel next show instead of forging ahead without Mark Tornillo on lead vocals Two days ago, fans attending Accept‘s tour stop at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada got a real shock when the German rockers announced as they took the stage that … Read more

Salah downs Man City as Arsenal extend lead in Premier League | The Citizen

Mohamed Salah produced a moment of magic as Liverpool condemned Manchester City to their first Premier League defeat of the season on Sunday, with leaders Arsenal taking full advantage. The Egyptian forward’s stunning goal in the 76th minute sealed a 1-0 win after a crackling contest at Anfield and leaves champions City four points behind … Read more

Lead Me – Mfon Umoh Ft. Ekom Akpabio

Doctor, singer, and songwriter, Mfon Umoh offers his inspiring newest song captioned “Lead Me” featuring the anointed worshipper, Ekom Akpabio and produced by Crown Orok. ‘Lead me” is a heartfelt cry; an honest conversation with God about some of the hard questions in life we sometimes avoid or struggle to find answers to. It explores … Read more

Will COVID vaccine fatigue lead to low flu shot uptake? Why some experts are concerned – National | Globalnews.ca

With Canada’s flu season around the corner, pharmacists and health experts are raising concerns about how vaccine fatigue may lead fewer Canadians to get their flu shot, especially amid predictions this year’s flu season could be the worst in years. Only half of Canadians say they plan to get their flu shot this year, according … Read more