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  • Axed Mourinho walks away with £24 million Christmas present
    JOSE MOURINHO is in line for a pay-off of up to £24 million after he was sacked by Manchester United today.
    The Portuguese coach ,55, known as The Special One, left with “immediate effect” after a dismal run of results that leaves the club trailing in sixth place in the Premier League. His fate was sealed by a 3-1 defeat to arch-rivals and league leaders Liverpool on Sunday....

  • Legal pot ‘best way’ to reduce harm
    Legalising cannabis has been given a cautious thumbs up from health and addiction experts as Kiwi voters face a binding referendum on the drug's criminality.
    Several leaders within the sector see decriminalisation as ‘‘the best way of reducing harm'' from the drug, as long as it is done correctly....

  • COUNCIL PAY – Members approve salary changes
    City council members unanimously approved a measure Monday to keep their takehome pay even with previous years in the face of changes to how Ottawa taxes the compensation of elected officials.
    The item, near the end of a marathon year-end agenda, sparked several...

  • I was Woody’s teen lover
    An actress and model claims she carried on a clandestine eight-year affair with Woody Allen that began when she was 16 and he was 41 — and included threesomes with the director and Mia Farrow in his penthouse, according to a new report.
    Babi Christina Engelhardt,...

  • CBS NIXES MOONVES’ $120M SEVERANCE
    CBS said it will deny Les Moonves a $120 million severance package, saying the former chief executive tried to conceal evidence and misled the company during a months-long probe into sexual-misconduct accusations against him.
    “With regard to Mr. Moonves, we...

  • Tories slash $25M in education funding
    Area school boards are bracing for the impact from millions of dollars of cuts announced late Friday by the province to programs aimed at providing students with extra skills and support.
    One of the programs already cut is Parents Reaching Out, which provides $1,000 to school councils to encourage parent involvement and engagement....

  • Russian trolls cast wide net
    WASHINGTON — Russia’s sweeping political disinformation campaign on U.S. social media was more far-reaching than originally thought, with troll farms working to discourage black voters and “blur the lines between reality and fiction” to help elect Donald Trump in 2016, according to reports released Monday by the Senate intelligence committee....

  • Impaired driver gets 8 years in fatal 401 crash
    ST. THOMAS — Sarah Payne should still be the mother, daughter, friend and “shining star” to whom everyone looked for guidance and encouragement, instead of a Highway 401 fatality statistic.
    Freya Payne might still be racing around in her purple cape, an arts...

  • Psychic facing witchcraft charge
    Timmins Police Service has filed an unusual charge against a city woman who allegedly practised witchcraft in a fraudulent manner, hoping to collect money to protect a person from danger.
    “An investigator with the Criminal Investigations Division of the Timmins Police Service became aware of an alleged offence,” said the police news release....

  • Man in fatal fall from bridge owner of Nanaimo business
    The man who fatally fell from the Johnson Street Bridge, Wayne Aebig, was a Nanaimo business owner, a grandfather and an avid outdoorsman who had just celebrated his birthday the week before.
    Aebig, who co-owned Aebig Painting and Fine Finishing with his brother...

  • Massey Tunnel replacement bridge nixed as delays grow
    Even as she formally scrapped the Massey Tunnel replacement bridge on Monday and pushed the whole project back to square one, Transportation Minister Claire Trevena sympathized with gridlocked drivers.
    “We know people are sick of being stuck in traffic at the crossing and want relief now...

  • CAO latest to leave city hall
    Sarnia’s top bureaucrat is leaving city hall.
    Marg Misek-Evans, chief administrator in Sarnia since 2013, is leaving the city’s employ as of Dec. 31. Her last day at city hall is Thursday.
    Council finalized the agreement behind closed doors, just prior to Monday’s meeting at city hall, said Jim Crawford, the city’s corporate manager of human resources....

  • FLYERS FIRE HAKSTOL, NAME INTERIM COACH
    He lost the room. That’s what became painfully apparent during the Flyers’ most recent stretch of erratic, inconsistent, confused — there are just so many unflattering adjectives — play.
    Coach Dave Hakstol lost his players, they lost him, and all the positive...

  • FOLES GETS NEXT START, THEN WHAT?
    Nick Foles will start at quarterback for the Eagles on Sunday against the Houston Texans, coach Doug Pederson announced Monday. The Eagles will not place Carson Wentz on injured reserve and continue to preserve hope he can play this season.
    By making the announcement on Monday, Pederson avoided the cat-and-mouse mystery that marked last week...

  • ‘Nightmare’ hour and a half wait for ambulance
    THE HSE has been asked to explain why an elderly man with a serious head injury lay bleeding and unconscious on a cold floor in a handball court for around an hour and a half before an ambulance from Thomastown in Co. Kilkenny brought him to Wexford General Hospital, just a few minutes away....

  • Google plans $1 billion N.Y. expansion
    Silicon Valley is becoming Silicon Nation.
    Google announced Monday it will spend more than $1 billion to build a new office complex in New York City that will allow the internet search giant to double the number of people it employs there.
    It is the tech industry’s latest major expansion beyond the Seattle-San Francisco Bay corridor...

  • Tina ‘is content’ with jail term
    NEW ROSS woman Tina Cahill has said she is content with the eight-year sentence handed down to her by a judge in Sydney for killing her fiancé in Australia in early 2017.
    Cahill (27) was sentenced to eight years in jail – with the possibility of parole after...

  • ‘It was so loud it was like an explosion’
    It came down with a thunderous crash.
    Penage Bay Marina owner Guy Richard didn’t himself hear the sound of his boat shed collapsing Friday night, but neighbours did.
    “It was around midnight,” he said. “They said it was so loud it was like an explosion.”
    Roughly 60 to 70 boats were stored in the three-level storage unit, and only a few of them will be salvageable....

  • New provincial offences court on track
    Construction of the new Elgin County provincial offences court is on schedule, the project’s architect says.
    “We’ve worked hard to try to develop this as a kind of campus for the county of Elgin,” Paul Sapounzi, managing partner of The Ventin Group architects, told Elgin County councillors at a recent meeting....

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