News archive from 24 August 2015

Luke Foley wants ban on property developers and agents being councillors

NSW opposition leader Luke Foley wants to ban property developers and real estate agents from being local councillors. Related: Auburn ratepayers want deputy mayor Salim Mehajer sacked over wedding Foley has also called on the NSW government to...

 

Deloitte partners share £593m profit pool as consultancy revenues surge

Partners at Deloitte, one of Britain’s biggest accountancy firms, will share a profit pool of £593m after a surge in revenues from its consultancy business. The profits mean that 721 partners will receive an average payout of £822,000, up almost 10%...

Guardian, 00:01 in Business
 

Southampton's determination to keep want-away midfielder Victor Wanyama from Tottenham could cost £213,000...

Southampton's refusal to sell Victor Wanyama to Tottenham could cost the club £213,000 a week. Southampton have rebuffed Tottenham enquiries for the Kenyan who has told the club he wants to leave. He has two years left on contract on wages of around...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Raheem Sterling wasn't making a drama when seeking Liverpool exit... he's a quality player, claims Arsenal...

Arsene Wenger insists Liverpool will miss Raheem Sterling despite the forward’s ugly summer transfer wrangle. Sterling moved to Manchester City in a mega £49million deal after a long-running dispute with the Anfield club. His switch to the Etihad...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Liverpool new boy Roberto Firmino had a perilous upbringing in Brazil... now £29m man is ready to light up...

The tattoos on Roberto Firmino’s right arm tell their own story. From the year of his birth, 1991, on his knuckles to the two portraits of his parents, there’ s also a red rose for love, a four-leaf clover for luck, and the symbol for peace. Above...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Vincent Kompany is leading by example in the Manchester City revival this season... captain marvel looks...

Kompany leads City revival I was covering the Manchester City game on Sunday. Watching Vincent Kompany leap to head the ball away, I could only think one thing. Wow. Kompany doesn't need me to tell him he was poor last season. He suffered with...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Sporting Gijon 0-0 Real Madrid - Five things we learned: Gareth Bale will have key role this season... and...

Real Madrid were held to a goalless draw by newly-promoted Sporting Gijon as Rafa Benitez's reign got off to a disappointing start. Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale both went close for the visitors but the La Liga giants were unable to give Benitez...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes to ask Roy Hodgson to leave out Jack Butland for next England squad to aid...

Mark Hughes will warn Roy Hodgson against calling up Jack Butland to the England squad next month as the goalkeeper nurses a broken finger. Butland suffered the injury on Friday in training but was Man of the Match for Stoke City on Saturday,...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Slaven Bilic under fire over discipline and attitude of his sloppy West Ham United side

Slaven Bilic has admitted that he is feeling the pressure of West Ham’s results only three Premier League games into the season. Performances as disjointed, and occasionally inept, as Saturday’s defeat will do that to a manager.  Factor in the mass...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Louis van Gaal is the 'best man' for Manchester United, says Steve McClaren after Newcastle dig deep at Old...

Steve McClaren ended Louis van Gaal's 100 per cent start to the new season and then backed the Dutchman to restore Manchester United to their former glory. McClaren was at Sir Alex Ferguson's side when United won the Treble in 1999 and then, as a...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Stuart Lancaster left with a World Cup selection crisis after the wheels fall off England's chariot in Paris

No wonder Stuart Lancaster looked weary and tense on Saturday night. After years of meticulous planning, the wheels are threatening to come off England’s ‘Sweet Chariot’ just weeks before the World Cup. It isn’t only the Red Rose scrum that is...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Dick Advocaat admits Sunderland will struggle to survive without three new faces

Sunderland risk plunging their season into further crisis if they do not sign the three players Dick Advocaat is demanding from owner Ellis Short. The Black Cats fear losing their Dutch boss and have no contingency plan in place should he walk....

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

England's bad loss to France in World Cup warm-up should set off alarm bells for Stuart Lancaster... but...

Warm-up games are exactly that and England must not over-react to what, in anyone’s language, was a very bad night in Paris on Saturday. My initial shock at what I witnessed has given way to seven clear things I would do to regain momentum before the...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

LA Galaxy 5-1 New York City FC: Steven Gerrard, Robbie Keane and Co dominate for hosts in first ever clash...

Frankie went to Hollywood but wasn’t quite fit so he relaxed as the Gerrard-Lampard showdown turned into a one-sided affair in every sense. No-one in Los Angeles seemed to mind. Galaxy cruised to victory, helped by two goals from Robbie Keane who...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Chris Robshaw promises England will fix set-piece glitches before the World Cup after disappointing defeat...

England captain Chris Robshaw refused to panic after his side's horribly disjointed performance and vowed to dissect every detail to ensure the set-piece problems are fixed for the World Cup. Robshaw's men produced one of the worst displays of Stuart...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 


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