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M1 MacBook screens mysteriously crack, some customers claim

Does the screen on Apple’s M1 laptops have a weakness that causes some to suddenly crack? A growing number of customer reports on several online forums suggest that some of the displays on the new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air machines, which launched in November 2020, are breaking for no clear reason.
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Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021: Day 8 Highlights

Big names took the stage all throughout Day 8 in Tokyo. Caeleb Dressel and Katie Ledecky swam, Novak Djokovic served for bronze, a trio of Jamaican female sprinters ran for history and the U.S. men's basketball team looked to clinch a quarterfinals berth. Almost to a sport, their competitions (plus several more) were hugely entertaining.
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In the face of elite tourism projects, the Barbuda Warbler isn't the only one that might lose its home

On the evening of September 5, 2017, the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda sat nervously waiting for the arrival of Hurricane Irma. When Irma hit, Barbuda, the smaller of the two leeward islands, bore the brunt of its wrath. The very next day, with Hurricane Jose hot on Irma's heels, Prime Minister Gaston Browne declared the island “uninhabitable” and ordered the mandatory evacuation of residents. So began a far more insidious threat: the erosion of Barbudans’ centuries-old system of communal land rights.
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Johnny Depp wins victory in Amber Heard legal battle over $7m settlement donations

Johnny Depp has won a victory in his ongoing legal battle with ex-wife Amber Heard. A New York judge has ruled that the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) must provide documentation that confirms whether or not the 'Aquaman' actress gave the non-profit organisation a donation from the $7 million she received in her divorce settlement from the 'Rum Diary' star, as well as the Children's Hospital Los Angeles.
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British and Irish Lions vs South Africa LIVE: Second test latest score and updates in Cape Town

The British and Irish Lions look to take the tour series with victory in the second Test over South Africa in Cape Town. A brutal first Test saw Warren Gatland’s men emerge with a storming victory after rallying in the second-half.And now the pressure is on the Springboks to respond, though there is great tension ahead of the second meeting after comments from Boks captain Siya Kolisi, who claimed he felt disrespected by referee Nic Berry: “I didn’t feel respected and I feel I wasn’t given a fair opportunity.”Kolisi’s comments and those of Mzwandile Stick have fanned the flames...

Brexit: Britpop legend warns touring costs will destroy a generation of talent

Recently Sir Elton John has described the Government as “philistines” over the handling of the music industry post-Brexit. Nw another pop legend has waded into the debate, who also says Breixt could have a devastating impact on the UK music scene. Elton John, 74, had said he is “livid” about...

Beat Ray At Del Mar: Do You Believe In Luck?

Saturday's Bing Crosby Stakes at Del Mar is more than a Grade 1 race or a Win and You're In Breeders' Cup Challenge qualifier for the Sprint division when the world championships come to the seaside racetrack on Nov. 5-6. The Crosby, named for the crooner who once owned Del...

How golf caddies went from lackeys to among the highest-paid men in sports

At the British Open golf championship last month, Collin Morikawa cantered to victory and became the first player in the event’s 161-year history to take home more than $2 million in prize money. While that was a profitable week’s work for the young Californian, it also meant a bumper pay...
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GB Climber Shauna Coxsey readies for post-Tokyo farewell

In an alternate universe, Shauna Coxsey might have worked for the Royal Mail or found her vocation as a train conductor. Thankfully, the Olympian had rather unconventional taste in television for a three-year-old, so she was not watching Postman Pat or Thomas the Tank Engine on the day her life changed forever.

Gatland says he ‘did not take too much notice’ of Erasmus video

British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland said he “did not take too much notice” of the Rassie Erasmus video that dominated the build-up to the second Test against South Africa in Cape Town on Saturday. Erasmus posted a 62-minute video on Thursday, highlighting what he believed were a number...
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Jemma Reekie set for stardom in Olympic 800m final

Jemma Reekie has been destined for the biggest stage for a long time and the North Ayrshire star will get her chance to prove it in the Olympic final. Having been crowned European champion at both under-20 and under-23 level, Reekie’s potential has never been in doubt, and now the 23-year-old will be part of an historic 800m final in Tokyo from a British perspective.