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Knights star Mitch Barnett admits to calling Tyrone Peachey a ‘c***’. But he denies racial slur – Fox Sports
Knights star Mitchell Barnett has admitted to calling Tyrone Peachey a ‘c***’ but denies he called the Titans forward a ‘black c***’ in Newcastle’s 36-6 loss to the Gold Coast.
Murray cops equal-worst loss of career in French Open humbling as teen Gauff stuns again – Fox Sports
Roland Garros got underway in the “ridiculous” chill and damp of Paris on Sunday with Victoria Azarenka walking off court, complaining that it was “too cold” to play, before Stan Wawrinka brushed aside fellow three-time major winner Andy Murray in the day’s m…
Twenty-nine sixes smashed in IPL run-fest on a night where bat completely dominated ball
Outrage as handball ‘disgrace’ rocks English Premier League
Daniel Ricciardo has taken responsibility for a mistake at Turn 2 during the Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix that saw him slapped with a post-race time penalty
Jamie Vardy was the scourge of Manchester City again as his hat-trick secured a sensational 5-2 win for Leicester City and raised fresh questions about Pep Guardiola's defence.
Jürgen Klopp has said he is satisfied with Liverpool’s central defensive options and will not be active in the final week of the transfer window unless fresh injury problems arise
Lionel Messi’s perfect start after transfer saga as Suarez makes insane debut after Barca exit – Fox Sports
Bayern Munich’s record streak is over, while Luis Suarez started life at Atletico Madrid with an unbelievable 20-minute stint.
Victoria Azarenka walked off court after just three games on the opening day of the French Open.
Jamie Vardy scored a hat-trick as Leicester came from behind to stun hosts Manchester City in a wild 5-2 win on Sunday.
Newcastle captain Mitchell Pearce has described coach Adam O’Brien as one of the best signings in the club’s history and believes his experience in play-off campaigns can get the Knights back on track after blowing a home final with Friday night’s loss to the…
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People who had friendly interactions with chinese people are less likely to support discriminatory policies – News-Medical.net
People with a history of positive social interactions with Chinese people were less likely to support discriminatory anti-Chinese policies as Covid-19 reached the UK - according to new research from the University of East Anglia.
Losses for the banks and miners kept the ASX200 subdued on Monday. Mega-cap tech stocks fuelled another week-ending US rally.
A new study by scientists at biotechnology company Genentech, Inc., and published on the preprint server medRxiv in September 2020 attempts to identify the factors which may shape the risk for death in COVID-19 disease.
Grant Denyer reveals brutal fight with former Sunrise producer Adam Boland