Monthly Archives: November 2022

ROB DRAPER'S TACTICAL BREAKDOWN: Nailing set-piece routines in 6-2 win

‘s reign as manager was under scrutiny with the national team’s record coming into the World Cup – but he silenced the doubters with a near-perfect tactical performance as they won their opening game. England won 6-2 against Iran at

FIFA blasted for OneLove armband threat

Australia’s gay footballer Josh Cavallo says FIFA has shown his sport isn’t for everyone by vowing to penalise players wearing anti-discrimination armbands at the World Cup. Seven captains of European nations had planned to wear OneLove armbands at the World

No French nerves ahead of Australia game

France coach Didier Deschamps says he knows Australia’s players well. And he knows they won’t be pushovers in their World Cup opener in Qatar on Tuesday night (Wednesday 0600 AEDT). But nerves? Any trepidation in the French camp? “There’s no

star Charlene White dramatically quit Friday night’s Watery Grave Bushtucker Trial that she did alongside .  The star, 42, burst into tears following the challenge, after yelling ‘… Get Me Out of Here!’ – the iconic phrase used to quit

The Crown star Jonathan Pryce says John Major is RIGHT to criticise it

The flick tells a warm and deeply moving story about old age, with the threat of the closure of a geriatric ward at a small Yorkshire hospital causes upset among locals, prompting them to take action. The actress described her

Financial experts and economists have identified some of the jobs that will be in demand once the

Financial experts and economists have identified some of the jobs that will be in demand once the crisis is over. Many Australians who have lost their job, been furloughed or had their wages cut during the lockdown have been encouraged

Free TAFE courses are being offered to Australians wanting to learn new skills while isolating at home

Free TAFE courses are being offered to Australians wanting to learn new skills while isolating at home. The NSW Government said it would make 21 TAFE courses fee-free in a bid to help Australians stay productive at home during the

Two leading financial coaches have cautioned Australians against withdrawing money from superannuation to get them through the

Two leading financial coaches have cautioned Australians against withdrawing money from superannuation to get them through the crisis, and to focus on paying off high-interest debt. Molly Benjamin, founder of , a Sydney advisory agency which teaches women to take

As more Australians are stuck at home in isolation due to the coronavirus pandemic and the unemployment rate continues to skyrocket, experts recommend learning new skills with your extra time to be as ’employable’ as possible on the other side of the crisis

As more Australians are stuck at home in isolation due to the coronavirus pandemic and the unemployment rate continues to skyrocket, experts recommend learning new skills with your extra time to be as ’employable’ as possible on the other side

AirPods Max: 14 tips to master Apple’s latest wireless over-ear headphones

id=”article-body” class=”row” section=”article-body”> Apple’s AirPods Max are expensive, but oh so fancy.  David Carnoy/CNET Apple surprised all of us and , the company’s first over-ear headphones, as one last announcement mid-December. The , but they’re also downright impressive.  says they

Masalah Nikah Siri

Perkawinan sirri apabila dilihat dari perspektif hak asasi manusia tidak bertentangan dengan hukum karena masalah perkawinan merupakan hak dasar bagi manusia yang merupakan anugerah dari Tuhan dan itu telah diatur dalam konstitusi (UUD 1945) maupun dalam Undang Undang Nomor 39

RPT-In China, home buyers occupy their 'rotting', unfinished…

After testing negative for COVID-19 on Monday during her regular testing cadence, the first lady began to develop cold-like symptoms late in the evening. She tested negative again on a rapid antigen test, but a PCR test came back positive,