Sacked Serbian World Cup qualifying coach Slavoljub Muslin linked to Socceroos gig

Sacked Serbian World Cup qualifying coach Slavoljub Muslin linked to Socceroos gig

SACKED Serbian 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying coach Slavoljub Muslin has become a Socceroos coaching candidate with an incredible twist involving Ange Postecoglou. It’s understood Muslin is in Australia. He has been contacted by Football Federation Australia with regards to leading the Socceroos to next year’s FIFA World Cup. After German legend Jurgen Klinsmann last week asked a close friend to make an inquiry about leading Australia to the Russian tournament via a former Socceroo, Muslin has emerged as a potential new Australia boss. Camera IconThe search is on to…

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Chief vet defends support of larger hen cages

Chief vet defends support of larger hen cages

Image copyrightGetty Images Image caption Battery cages for chickens were banned in the EU in 2012Some cages for hens provide a “necessary defence” against bird flu, the government’s chief vet has said. In a tweet, Nigel Gibbens said the larger pens, which replaced so-called battery cages in 2012, have welfare benefits and offer more space. It comes after 10 leading British vets, who believe caging hens is unethical, said his “brazen endorsement” was “extremely disappointing”. They said the restricted space was “seriously detrimental to welfare”. Battery cages for chickens were…

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Traditional owners aiming to block native title ruling on Adani site

Traditional owners aiming to block native title ruling on Adani site

Updated December 03, 2017 13:35:35 Photo: Adrian Burragubba said W&J traditional owners voted again yesterday to reject the Adani mine. (ABC News: Isobel Roe) Related Story: Adani accused of paying people to stack its meeting on crucial mine deal A group of traditional owners fighting Adani’s central Queensland coal mine have filed a court injunction against both the mine owner and the Queensland Government, hoping to prevent a National Native Title Tribunal decision on the Carmichael mine site. What’s the deal with the Adani deal? Traditional owners need to sign…

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Formula E: Bird wins chaotic season opener in Hong Kong

Formula E: Bird wins chaotic season opener in Hong Kong

THe DS Virgin Racing driver started the 43-lap race in second place behind pole sitter Jean-Eric Vergne and looked to be in control after passing the Frenchman on Lap 20. But his race hit a snag when he skidded into the side of his team’s pit garage during the mandatory car swap. The error cost him minimal time and he returned to the track in the lead before race stewards hit him with a penalty for not stopping inside the garage. With Vergne and third placed Nick Heidfeld waiting to…

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Terry McCrann: Watch Wall St not local market and Canberra

Terry McCrann: Watch Wall St not local market and Canberra

THAT Australian investors should watch New York, not Sydney, and certainly not Canberra was confirmed again this week. And confirmed in spades — or billions, if you prefer. The Big Apple is where the action is, as US stocks, led by the big FAANG five — Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google — plus Bitcoin and all the mini-coins, just kept marching higher and higher. The Dow approached the 24,000 barrier and ran straight through it. On Friday, it took a breather — after a “shock” out of their Canberra,…

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