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  • In which parts of the world are you most likely to be involved in an accident? March 17, 2021 3:11 am Polokwane Observer To answer this question, Zutobi has analysed countries around the world on factors such as the number of deaths on the roads, maximum speed limits and the number of people who wear a seat belt, to reveal the world’s safest countries to drive in. The …
  • What you need to know about exercising in the dark December 21, 2020 8:10 am Irish Times Short days mean many of us have no choice but to exercise before dawn or after dusk. But is it safe to run or cycle in the dark? What extra kit do you need? And, most importantly, how do you pull yourself out of your warm bed or off your comfortable sofa? …
  • From Cardiff 's shops to Hermes' hubs, the UK has its Covid Black Friday November 27, 2020 6:46 pm The Guardian As the Welsh government was setting out a grim set of Covid-19 statistics and explaining why new restrictions in the hospitality and entertainment sectors across Wales are needed, tens of thousands of people had flocked to Cardiff’s Queen Street to grab …
  • ‘Defy the winter!’: how to exercise after dark November 24, 2020 10:03 am The Guardian Shorter days mean many of us have no choice but to exercise before dawn or after dusk. But is it safe to run or cycle in the dark? What extra kit do you need? And, most importantly, how do you pull yourself out of your warm bed or off your comfortable sofa …
  • NSW inquiry to probe food delivery deaths November 24, 2020 7:32 am PerthNow A recent spate of fatalities among food delivery riders has sparked a NSW government inquiry into whether their deaths were caused by "avoidable risks". A cyclist was hit and killed by a truck in Redfern on Monday evening, the second delivery …
  • Fifth Aust food delivery cyclist killed November 24, 2020 12:42 am PerthNow A cyclist who died after being struck by a truck in central Sydney is the second food delivery rider to be killed in the city in the past three days. The man was also the fifth delivery rider to die on Australian roads in the past three months, reflecting …
  • How to stay running throughout winter November 2, 2020 6:57 am Irish Times The gloves are out. After running light and free for so long, it’s time to accept the change in season and dig out the winter running gear. First the shorts were replaced by long pants last month. And now as we adapt to the cooler days and darker evenings, …
  • Look Out For Each Other On The Roads October 14, 2020 9:06 pm Scoop Since September, 12 riders have lost their lives on New Zealand roads, five this month alone. That means there are 12 families and countless friends grieving for their loved ones. “Riders are some of our most vulnerable road users, as they don’t have the …
  • Will surf life savers wear face masks, gloves this summer? September 17, 2020 2:44 pm Byron Shire News SURF life savers are starting beach patrols on Saturday, September 26 through to April 21 next year, but this summer they may have to do it wearing face masks and gloves. The 10 Far North Coast clubs getting ready are Fingal Rovers, Cudgen Hedland, …
  • Volunteers needed in Middlesbrough to help with post-lockdown journeys September 1, 2020 9:46 pm TeessideLive Following months of lockdown, September marks a significant time as students return to school and employees return to work. To ensure this process runs as smoothly as possible, a six week volunteering programme is due to launch. As covid-19 restrictions …