Europe’s ‘Club Med’ countries driven deeper into economic crisis by vaccine shambles

As vaccine paralysis collides with an exploding third wave of COVID-19, European countries that rely on tourism are falling into deeper trouble.

AstraZeneca vaccinations resume in Europe, but WHO says scepticism may linger

The World Health Organisation urged countries to continue using the AstraZeneca vaccine despite reports of a small number of blood clotting cases, as UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson received the […]

‘We are in the crisis of the century’: Europe threatens to seize AstraZeneca factories

European Commission President warns “all options are on the table” to boost the number of doses available to the continent’s 450 million citizens.

Police raid SEQ sites after Australian arrested over world’s largest dark-web marketplace

The raids followed the shutdown of DarkMarket and the arrest in Europe of a 34-year-old Australian man accused of being a site administrator.

Forgotten Socceroo ranks among Europe’s most prolific strikers in 2020

Nikita Rukavytsya was known more for his pace than his finishing ability in the A-League, but his incredible goalscoring streak in Israel could earn him a shock return to the […]

‘The game becomes incredibly slow’: Genia’s simple fix for rugby’s caterpillar problem

Caterpillar rucks have infiltrated southern hemisphere rugby from Europe. If World Rugby are searching for a solution to the problem, they should look no further than Will Genia.

Coronavirus Australia LIVE updates: Victoria records 16th straight day of no new cases; NSW aims for ‘gold standard’; Australia’s death toll sits at 907

Australia continues on its path to COVID-normal while the US and Europe grapple with surging case numbers.