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Street traders abandon card payments as Canterbury phone signal weak

Network coverage on one of Kent’s high streets is so poor that some street traders have been forced to abandon card payments. Poor signal conditions in Canterbury, with the city center often referred to as a ‘blackout zone’, have long frustrated residents and visitors alike. Frankie Fernando, owner of The Gourmet Sausage and Burger Company, … Read more

Vikings-Saints preview: 3 things to know about New Orleans’ 1-2 start

The Vikings hope to win away from U.S. Bank Stadium for the first time under Kevin O’Connell when they face the Saints in London on Sunday. The unusual circumstances of traveling to another continent are making headlines this week, but what matters most is winning a football game.A 1-2 start under new head coach Dennis … Read more

Nightmare of face prepaid meters for visually impaired locals

Christo de Klerk, a raceview visually impaired person who uses an assistive device that requires electricity, is appealing for city intervention. Raceview’s Christo de Klerk and his blind wife finally breathed a sigh of relief, though it’s not clear how long. They’ve been blocking prepaid meters regularly, at least monthly since last year, so they … Read more

Prince Harry ‘feared he’d be his past when his nephew George turned 18’

The Duke of Sussex was “obsessed” with being his past self when his nephew Prince George turned 18, a new book claims. Harry claims he had “long-standing” fears that he had “ran again” before meeting Meghan. This apparently exacerbated the frustration he felt when his aides persuaded him out of what he wanted to do … Read more

Indianapolis Colts LB Shaquille Leonard is excluded. WR’s Michael Pittman and Alec Pearce are scheduled to participate

3:38 PM ET Stephen HolderESPN INDIANAPOLIS – Colts linebacker Shaquille Leonard has made ‘progressive progress’ in his return from back surgery but says he hasn’t been able to ‘play winning football and feel confident’ said on Friday. Leonard was ruled out of Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs despite practicing with the Colts over … Read more

Boston Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeck has spoken out after months of investigation into the dismissal of coach Ime Udoka.

12:17 PM ET Tim BontempsESPN Boston Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeck said the organization’s decision to suspend Ime Udoka for the entire 2022-23 NBA season came after an investigation by an independent law firm found multiple violations of team policy. He said it was done after it was revealed. “I am concerned about the situation and … Read more

Golden State Warriors veteran forward Andre Iguodala returns for 19th NBA season

1:04 PM ET Kendra AndrewsESPN Andre Iguodala will return to play his 19th season in the NBA with the Golden State Warriors, the veteran announced Friday morning on the PointForward podcast. His return fill is the team’s 14th roster spot heading into training camp. According to Iguodala, this will be his final season. “I’m going … Read more

Bettors flock to Oregon after sportsbook first line backs USC with nearly two touchdowns

Unusual opening line at USC-Oregon State floods betting on underdog Beavers this week, with more money hanging in the Pac-12 trend than any NFL game that week One sportsbook is left. Caesars Sportsbook on Sunday opened USC as the 13.5-point favorite over Oregon State. A few minutes later, the Circa Sports oddsmakers listed the Trojans … Read more

In the letter, Pac-12’s George Kurifkov cited “grave” financial and mental health concerns about UCLA’s move to the Big Ten.

Pac-12 commissioner George Kurifkov said students in a letter submitted to the University of California Regents to discuss UCLA’s proposed transition to a Big Ten conference ahead of Thursday’s closed session. detailing the “major concerns” he had about this transition, including; – Mental health of athletes, increased transportation and operating costs, negative impact on both … Read more