New Zealand diplomats to skip Beijing Olympics

New Zealand will not be sending diplomatic representatives at a ministerial level to the Beijing Winter Olympics in February, Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson said, citing COVID-19 as the reason.

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Federer skips Australian Open, may skip Wimbledon

Roger Federer will miss the Australian Open in January and is unlikely to return to competition until mid-2022 as he recovers from multiple knee surgeries, the former world number one told Swiss media.

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Dirty Dining: Skip mayo, onions and cheese at this Checkers

Inspector’s report: “Stop Sale issued due to food not being in a wholesome, sound condition. Main kitchen cook service line- observed 3 live flying insects flying on service line landing inside onions, sliced cheese and mayonnaise. See Stop Sale. -main kitchen prep station at ice cream mixture machine-observed 4 live flying insects flying around and landing inside strawberry topping.”

Queen Elizabeth Will Skip Climate Summit Due To Health Concerns

There is growing concern about the health of Queen Elizabeth after it was revealed that, on the advice of her doctors, the 95-year-old monarch will not attend next week’s climate summit in Scotland. NBC’s Kelly Cobiella reports for TODAY from Windsor Castle.

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Should major conferences skip March Madness and create their own tournament? | (debatable)

Should major conferences skip March Madness and create their own tournament? | (debatable)

The (debatable) crew looks at Bob Huggins’ comments and debate if major basketball conferences should start their own tournament to determine the best team in college basketball for any given season.

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DOH, DBM execs skip Senate hearing on overpriced medical supplies

Almost no one from the executive department were present in the resumption of the Senate’s hearing on overpriced medical supplies.

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Rafer Alston (Skip 2 My Lou) on And1, NBA, Eddie House Slap, Playing Kobe & Iverson (Full Interview)

Former NBA player Rafer Alston came through for his first-ever VladTV interview, where he spoke about growing up in Southside, Queens, which was riddled with violence, but Rafer found a way out by being a gifted athlete. He went on to become a well-known streetball player in New York, and he got more recognition while playing the the And 1 Mixtape Tournament,. From there, Rafer played for three junior colleges before dropping out his junior year and being drafted in the NBA. Rafer went on to speak about transitioning into the rules of the NBA, along with the politics, while playing for the Milwaukee Bucks. Rafter also spoke about playing with Jalen Rose and not always seeing eye-to-eye with him, and he went on to speak about playing with Dwyane Wade. Rafer opened up about other teammates, including Sam Mitchell on the Raptors, who Rafer said was disrespectful to everyone, and Yao Ming, who Rafer said worked really hard every day. Moving along, Rafer addressed his 2007 arrest, playing against Kobe in the 2009 Finals with the Orlando Magic, playing for the Nets, and ending his NBA career with the Miami Heat. To hear Rafer’s full story, hit the above video.

Rafer Alston (Skip to My Lou) on Being Falsely Accused of Slashing a Man’s Neck (Part 8)

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In this clip, Rafer Alston talked about his relationship with Metta Sandiford-Artest, formerly known as Ron Artest, before they were teammates in the NBA. He also discussed some of the legal troubles he found himself in during 2007.

Rafer Alston (Skip To My Lou) on Being First Streetball Player to Join NBA (Part 5)

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Part 1: https://youtu.be/YB3VeAsayXE
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Rafer Alston aka Skip to My Lou spoke on being called by the NBA in 1998, and how he landed on the radar of NBA scouts. Skip noted his starting salary was $220,000 and that he was the first street-baller to go to the NBA. Take a look above.