West Ham fans BANNED from attending Rapid Vienna away and club fined £25,000 by Uefa after Genk crowd trouble

WEST HAM fans have been BANNED from attending the club's away trip to Rapid Vienna after 'crowd disturbances' against Genk. The Hammers have also been hit with a £25,000 by Uefa, who have banned them from selling away tickets for their next Europa League match. A Said Benrahma double looked to have put West Ham on the way to an […]

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic BANNED from Sweden's World Cup play-off first leg after vicious shoulder charge on Cesar Azpilicueta

ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC has been BANNED from the first leg of Sweden's World Cup play-off clash after viciously flooring Cesar Azpilicueta during their defeat to Spain on Sunday. Luis Enrique's side scored a late winner to book their spot at the 2022 tournament in Qatar and leave the Swedes facing the lottery of the play-offs. With the score level at 0-0 […]

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How students from Hong Kong and China are renting London real estate

How ‘platinum students’ and socialites from Hong Kong and China are snapping up more prime London real estate since start of the pandemic – including a Knightsbridge penthouse being rented for £11,000 per WEEK There has been a spike in buyers and renters from Hong Kong and China snapping up London real estate  So-called ‘platinum students’ are paying as much […]

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Yorkshire suspended from hosting England matches

Yorkshire face losing out on MILLIONS after being suspended from hosting England matches by the ECB over their handling of the Azeem Rafiq race row England and Wales Cricket Board have slammed ‘unacceptable’ handling of row  County suspended from hosting international matches and other major games Yorkshire earned £10m from international ticket and hospitality revenue in 2019   Yorkshire face eight-figure […]

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What I will miss from Melbourne’s lockdown

For our free coronavirus pandemic coverage, learn more here. As the exuberance and jubilation of ending lockdown passes and the traffic again becomes unbearable, we can measure how COVID-19 has changed us. Even if the virus never entered your blood stream, the effects of this pandemic will be felt for years to come. Now that we are all amateur epidemiologists, […]

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From the Archives, 1958: Renowned Australian explorer, Douglas Mawson, dies

First published in The Age on October 15, 1958 Antarctic Pioneer Dies in Adelaide Adelaide, Tuesday – The famous Antarctic explorer and geologist, Sir Douglas Mawson, died tonight at his home at Brighton. He was 76. Sir Douglas Mawson and expedition members cheering the raising of the Union Jack flag at Proclamation Harbour, Enderby Land, Antarctica, ca. 1930.Credit:Frank Hurley courtesy […]

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From 15 miscarriages… to three little miracles

From 15 miscarriages… to three little miracles: Ex-Miss World and daughter of pop star Chris de Burgh, Rosanna was blessed with everything but children. Now, she reveals how surrogacy and a startling twist finally made her a mother The doctors treating Rosanna Davison after her 15th miscarriage must have thought she was having some sort of emotional breakdown.  Frankly, no […]

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Couple return from holiday to find Audi 'damaged and with speeding ticket' after leaving it with airport parking company

A COUPLE returned from holiday to find their luxury car had been trashed and even slapped with a penalty notice after leaving it with an airport parking company. David Tippins, 64, and his wife Beverley, 63, left their Audi A3 convertible with Nationwide Airport Parking at Heathrow Airport when they jetted off to Portugal last month.  The grandparents from Bristol […]

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