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Tigers roar into first grand final since 1982 

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For the second time in as many years, Greater Western Sydney have played the fall guy in a Melbourne football fairytale. Readers had to get through to the last page for last year's ending, this time they could put the book down well before the finish.... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 18:14:06 Categories: The Age logo

Morgan masterclass leads Cowboys into decider 

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And you thought North Queensland's last grand final appearance was a fairytale story.... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 18:14:04 Categories: Sydney Morning Herald logo

Man's epic revenge at wrongly parked car 

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Neil said he was sick of people parking by his house before heading to the airport... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 18:14:03 Categories: Mirror logo

Queensland koalas 'have some serious questions to answer' 

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"When police pumped the new Taylor Swift song through the radio he showed his distaste and ditched the pole dancing lesson," Sergeant Julie Cooke wrote.... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 18:14:01 Categories: Brisbane Times logo

Watch: Top Aussie comic in hilarious ride-along with West Midlands Police officers 

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Jim Jeffries spent the day with Birmingham coppers to see how they deal with crime without the need for guns... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 18:13:58 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Perez Hilton claims Kylie Jenner 'should have had an abortion and is using baby to become the new Kim Kardashian' 

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According to the controversial blogger, "Kylie Jenner has just one upped everyone." with news of her pregnancy... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 18:13:56 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

'Romelu Lukaku should have shown more respect for Everton fans' 

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Nigel Martyn hits out at Manchester United striker but hails Blues goalkeeper Jordan Pickford's potential... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 18:13:54 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Everton injury blow as Michael Keane arrives on crutches 

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Blues most expensive defender set for spell on the sidelines... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 18:13:53 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Women's brains quarter the size of men's after shopping, according to Saudi cleric 

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A Saudi cleric has been banned from preaching after making bizarre claims that women's brains shrink to a quarter the size of a man's after they go shopping. Saudi state TV quoted officials who said Sheikh Saad Al-Hijri was suspended from all religious activity after explaining why he believed women shouldn't drive. His speech on the "evils" of women driving contained comments that "diminished human value", according to a spokesman for the governor of Asir province who spoke to the channel. Ultra-conservative Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world that bans women from driving, despite ambitious government targets to increase their public role, especially in the workforce. Women in the kingdom are also bound by law to wear long robes and a headscarf and require the consent of a male guardian for most legal actions. In a video identifying him as the head of the religious edicts department in the southern province, Mr Al-Hijri asked what the traffic department would do it if it discovered a man with only half a brain. "Would it give him a license or not? It would not. So how can it give it to a woman when she has only half?" he said. "If she goes to the market she loses another half. What is left? A quarter ... We demand the traffic department check because she is not suitable to drive and she has only a quarter." Read more Kazakh travel company's semi-naked advert sparks sexism row The comments provoked fury on social media, which is hugely popular in the kingdom. Twitter users shared the video, many criticising it and making jokes about his remarks, under the Arabic hashtag "Al-Hijri_women_quarter_brain" Some users posted pictures of Saudi female scientists and academics in response and questioned Mr Al-Hijri's own intellectual capacities. His suspension, ordered by the provincial governor, was aimed at preventing the spread of views that spark controversy and do not serve the national interest, the provincial spokesman said, according to Ekhbariya TV's official Twitter account. Any others who used religious platforms to preach such views would also be banned. The government's modernising reforms, backed by Saudi Arabia's business class, have sparked tensions with influential clerics upon whose support the ruling family relies. Some clerics have millions of followers on social media.... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 18:13:51 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Sadiq Khan tells Londoners 'direct your anger at Uber' as 500k back calls for ban to be reversed 

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Sadiq Khan has urged 500k people who signed a petition calling on Transport for London to reverse a ban on Uber in the capital to direct their anger at the firm. The Mayor of London accused the company of "letting customers and drivers down" amid furious backlash over the decision to strip Uber of its licence. TfL announced the shock decision not to renew the taxi-hailing app company's licence in the capital on Friday. The transport body ruled that Uber was "not fit and proper" to hold a private hire licence and had shown a "lack of corporate responsibility" in relation to public safety. The firm immediately announced plans to appeal the decision and set up an online petition calling for support from their 3.5 million customers in London. Referring to Mr Khan's "London is open" slogan, the petition read: "This ban shows the world that London is far from being open and is closed to innovative companies, who bring choice to consumers and work opportunities to those who need them." Video not available for syndication Uber loses licence to operate in London - reaction highlights Some 500k people signed the petition in just 24-hours. In a fresh statement, released after it became the fastest growing this year, Mr Khan said: "I have every sympathy with Uber drivers and customers affected by this decision but their anger really should be directed at Uber." "They have let down their drivers and customers by failing, in the view of TfL, to act as a fit and proper operator. "I suspect it will take some time before this situation with Uber fully plays out," the mayor added. Uber's licence expires on Saturday, September 30 from which date the firm will have 21 days to appeal. TfL said on Friday that the app will remain active in London until the "appeal process is exhausted". In Friday's ruling, TfL raised concerns over Uber's approach to reporting serious criminal offences and how it obtained enhanced criminal records checks for drivers. Sadiq Khan announced the decision on Friday (Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images) It flagged up Uber's approach to how medical certificates were obtained - for example drivers using an online GP service via video rather than having a check in person as the regulations insist. The transport body also queried Uber's use of Greyball software, which could be used to block regulators' access to the app. Responding to the petition Fred Jones, Uber's UK head of cities, told the BBC: "I think people realise that this decision by the Mayor and Transport for London is actually because they have caved to pressure from a small number of individuals and groups that want to protect the status quo and reduce consumer choice and competition from London. "We are a very large operator in London, we've been operating in London for five and half years and are regulated by TfL. "Obviously during that period TfL have regularly audited us. They've carried out the largest audit in their history and we passed with flying colours. "The last time they audited us to check we were playing by the rules, they found that there were zero errors in our processes. "This was one of the strange things around the TfL notice yesterday is they are the ones who do all of the checks and license the drivers. "They are the ones that decide whether an individual is fit and proper to transport members of the public around the capital. "When a driver signs up to the app, we make sure they've got all the correct paperwork from Transport for London but we don't do background checks ourselves."... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 18:13:49 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Southend Airport: could it be London's most convenient transport hub? 

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On the last day before the autumn equinox, the Mediterranean sun blazed down in...... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 18:13:47 Categories: The Independent logo

Nigella Lawson: 'Instagram can make a cook despair' 

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Food doesn't have to be photogenic - and the best recipes are thrown together. The TV cook on how the internet has changed the way we eat... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 18:13:44 Categories: The Guardian logo

Victoria Beckham can't stop crying since Brooklyn left for university 

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The designer is missing her eldest son now he is studying photography in New York... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 18:13:42 Categories: Harper's Bazaar logo

Wayne Rooney woos Coleen with 'secret dates' in bid to save marriage 

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The footballer has been rekindling romance with memories of their first date... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 18:13:40 Categories: Mirror logo

Letter from N. Korea: What life looks like as nuclear crisis mounts 

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A tightly controlled government tour of Pyongyang featured plentiful talk from locals about not backing down to the U.S. The city was filled with symbols of the country's atomic and military ambitions, including rocket-shaped cakes and children playing with toy rocket launchers.... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 18:13:38 Categories: The Wall Street Journal. logo

It's a little too soon for the Dodgers to feel all bubbly 

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The locker room Dave Roberts stepped into Friday night wasn't the same place he walked through before the Dodgers' 4-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants. Yasiel Puig splashed...... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 18:13:36 Categories: Los Angeles Times logo

Cowboys shock Roosters to qualify for grand final 

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And you thought North Queensland's last grand final appearance was a fairytale story.... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 17:45:07 Categories: The Age logo

Tasmanian energy minister to quit politics 

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Tasmanian Energy Minister Matthew Groom has announced he will not recontest his seat at the next state election.... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 17:45:03 Categories: AAP logo

What time does Joseph Parker vs Hughie Fury start? How to watch, stream, odds and more 

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A modest crowd expectation of around 8,000 is testament to the low-key nature of this particular heavyweight title bout... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 17:45:00 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

'I spoke to H last Sunday' Tony Pulis on Harry Redknapp's Birmingham City sacking 

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Redknapp's short tenure as BCFC manager was ended last weekend... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 17:44:55 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo
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