Paul Pogba Reportedly Wants out of Manchester United This Summer Transfer Window

Chloe Knott – Danehouse/Getty Images Paul Pogba reportedly wants to leave Manchester United this summer, and his preferred option would be a switch to Real Madrid. According to Marco Ruiz ofAS, the Frenchman is still keen to depart Old Trafford despite the exit of Jose Mourinho, and his agent, Mino Raiola, is already working on […]

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Brexit amendments: another week, another set of votes by MPs

Another week, another neutral government motion on Brexit, and yet another set of amendments. Here are the amendments tabled, some of which will be voted on later on Monday. It will be the Speaker, John Bercow, who will decide which of these are selected. A. The backbench indicative vote plan Led by the Tory former […]

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Why you need to engage a bookkeeper ahead of EOFY

There’s a historical stigma about the bookkeeper as some kind of bean counter, but thinking like this may cause you to miss out on the best value information you can glean from your business finances at a very important time of year. 20 years ago, the role of bookkeepers was centred around capturing and recording […]

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Silver Ferns star reveals her bridesmaids

It’s been nearly a year since the engagement of Silver Fern Kayla Cullen and Cronulla Sharks’ player Shaun Johnson. And the Tasman Sea isn’t getting in the way of the couple’s wedding plans. Last weekend Cullen had a dinner with four special friends who wore matching T-shirts and were given special bridesmaid boxes by Harlan […]

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Actor Radha Ravi Suspended From DMK After Sexist Remarks On Nayanthara, Joke On Pollachi Case

Sriram Narasimhan, SilverScreen/Facebook Actor Radha Ravi has been temporarily suspended from the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam after he made sexist remarks about actress Nayanthara and joked about the Pollachi sexual abuse case, NDTV reported. Ravi made the comments on Saturday at the trailer launch for the film Kolaiyuthir Kaalam in which Nayanthara plays the lead role. […]

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Netanyahu to cut US visit short after 7 wounded in rocket attack near Tel Aviv

MISHMERET, Israel: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday he will cut short his trip to the United States after a rocket attack near Tel Aviv wounded seven people. An Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman said the projectile was fired from Gaza, an enclave controlled by the militant Hamas group, and Netanyahu said Israel would […]

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Jacinda Arden opens up about Christchurch shootings on The Project Australia

Prime Minister Jacinda Arden has won fans across the ditch after appearing on The Project Australia with Waleed Aly. On the day of the Christchurch mosque shootings, Aly delivered a moving monologue on the TV show, which was shared tens of thousands of times and viewed millions more. He flew to New Zealand last week to meet with the […]

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Moment that left Waleed shaken

Waleed Aly won’t forget his interview with Jacinda Ardern and the admiration is clearly shared both ways. But the host of The Project admitted tonight that the moment that will stay with him forever happened on the way to the airport after filming. “How was the memorial?” panellist Steve Price asked Aly. “That really deeply […]

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World Cup role reversal as Germany wins, Croatia struggles

Germany’s Nico Schulz, fourth from left, celebrates with his teammates after scoring his side’s third goal during the Euro 2020 group C qualifying soccer match between Netherlands and Germany at the Johan Cruyff ArenA in Amsterdam, Sunday, March 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong) Germany is winning again, and Croatia is struggling. The World Cup feels […]

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Tintoretto’s bold innovations highlighted in US show

When he was just a teenager, Tintoretto was sent to Italian Renaissance painter Titian’s studio, only to be kicked out within days because the older master got jealous. Or so goes the legend. What is clear from the first major Tintoretto retrospective outside of Europe, opening Sunday at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, […]

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Ivan Rakitic Says ‘I Don’t Know If My Dad’ Has Matched Jose Mourinho Praise

Laszlo Szirtesi/Getty Images Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic isn’t sure if even his father has praised him as much as Jose Mourinho recently did.  Per Sport, Mourinho showered the Croatian with praise after he scored the decisive goal in Barca’s 1-0 win over Real Madrid on March 2, describing him as “one of the most underrated […]

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R Ashwin ‘rests’ his T20 case by citing an ‘extraordinary’ WT20 in 2016

He might have not used a self-anointed moniker to describe his achievements like his Kings XI Punjab team-mate Chris Gayle, but R Ashwin had no reservations in admitting that he’s one of the top bowlers in the T20 format. The Kings XI captain even chose to back it up with numbers and pointed to his […]

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Scott Walker, experimental pop hero, dies aged 76

Scott Walker, one of the most innovative and enduring songwriters of the 20th century, has died aged 76. The news was announced by his label, 4AD. “For half a century, the genius of the man born Noel Scott Engel has enriched the lives of thousands,” a statement read. The cause of death has not been […]

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Zinedine Zidane Wants ‘Fundamental’ Marco Asensio to Stay at Real Madrid

Soccrates Images/Getty Images Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane said he wants Marco Asensio to remain at the club amid rumours linking him with a departure from the Spanish capital. Per the Mirror‘s Jake Polden, Asensio is rumoured to be a target for Liverpool amid talk he could be sold to fund new recruitment at the […]

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Damning logging report finds Victorian department neither ‘effective nor respected’

Victoria’s environment department has been so ineffective at regulating logging in state forests that the government-owned forestry enterprise VicForests has effectively been left to self-regulate, according to an independent review. The report, quietly released on the day of the school climate strikes and the Christchurch terror attack, finds the Department of Environment, Land, Water and […]

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Brighton, England places to eat: New dining options bring a touch of London south

The Ivy in the Lanes has arrived in Brighton.  For decades the English seaside resort of Brighton was London’s guilty pleasure. Cheeky, liberal and bohemian, it was where Londoners escaped to for a “dirty weekend” of seafront strolls, candy floss and takeaway fish and chips. Then property prices in the capital sky-rocketed and people started […]

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Greens blast decision to extend cashless welfare card to all in NT

The Greens have blasted the Coalition’s decision to extend the cashless welfare card to every person on income management in the Northern Territory, potentially lifting the proportion of recipients’ welfare that will be quarantined. On Monday the family and social services minister, Paul Fletcher, announced that from January 2020 nearly 22,500 people on income management […]

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The early days of the world wide web: Chips with Everything podcast

This week, the inventor of the world wide web reflects on what he could have done differently all those years ago, and what we should all be doing to make the internet a safer and better place. Then, Elle Hunt and Alex Hern join Jordan Erica Webber to talk about some of the wackiest stories […]

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1958 Lockheed Constellation plane lands in Times Square en route to TWA Hotel

TWA Hotel at JFK Airport, New York photos Advertisement Close A vintage plane that went from flying passengers in the 1950s to running drugs in the 1970s visited Times Square on Saturday before its next transformation into a cocktail lounge at the former TWA terminal at Kennedy Airport. The fuselage of the 1958 Lockheed Constellation […]

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Griffith, Cooley named Australia bowling coaches for World Cup, Ashes

Tasmania’s coach Adam Griffith will resume a previous partnership with Justin Langer as part of a stopgap solution to the hole left by David Saker’s decision to quit as Australia’s bowling coach at the start of a year containing both a World Cup and an Ashes campaign. Griffith will take leave from his role with […]

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