Football News 2021, Derby County, Wayne Rooney, Administration, Debt, Championship, Premier League, Table, Points Deduction, Transfers

“It’s 50/50 that they are liquidated. I can’t see how they’re getting out of here – they’re f***ed.” Here’s how one source summarized Derby County’s current situation: the athletic, a club that was 90 minutes away from becoming a Premier League club again just two years ago. Since then everything has unraveled and the club … Read more

Fair Work begins legal action against Fun Tea store operator, alleging wage theft of more than $180,000

The operator of a bubble tea shop in Adelaide, which was the scene of a high-profile attack earlier this year, is facing a lawsuit to pay less than 20 employees $186,000. the main points: The Fun Tea shop in Chinatown was the scene of the assault of a young worker earlier this year The Fair … Read more

COVID-19: Medical regulator considering legal action against Rep. Craig Kelly over texts

The drug regulator has threatened legal action against controversial Representative Craig Kelly over misleading texts. The medical regulator is considering legal action against Craig Kelly after the controversial MP flooded incoming mail across the country with spam text messages promoting misleading views about Covid-19 vaccines. John Skerrit, head of the Therapeutic Goods Administration, joined a … Read more

2021 US Open: Tennis champion Alexander Zverev responds to chilling accusations, Olya Sharypova

World No. 4 Alexander Zverev plans to take legal action against allegations of domestic violence by ex-girlfriend Olya Sharypova. Tokyo Olympic champion Alexander Zverev said he plans to take legal action against allegations of domestic violence by ex-girlfriend Olya Sharypova and again denied any wrongdoing. Zverev, last year’s US Open runner-up, is placed fourth in … Read more

The Afghan crowd returned to Kabul airport after the blast, prompting further attacks by US forces

Hundreds of Afghans chose the path of genocide left behind on Friday The previous day’s deadly suicide bombing In a last-ditch attempt to flee the country outside Kabul airport, the U.S. and its allies rushed to complete their final exile flights. The official Afghan death toll from the attack claimed by Islamic State was expected … Read more

Proposition 22 is unconstitutional, says a California judge

The California judge said Ballot paper Who owns Uber Technologies Inc., Lyft Inc. And DoorDash Inc. Allowed to bypass state law attempting to reclassify their drivers and is unconstitutional. Companies, Which cost more than 200 million To pass Resolution 22 in November, he said, he would appeal the decision. Companies don’t need to change their … Read more

Taliban block access to Kabul airport, obstruct evacuation from Afghanistan

Afghans and Westerners stranded in Kabul after the Taliban took control on Sunday began infiltrating the US-controlled airport for empty flights, but access remained extremely difficult, with most checkpoints with no Taliban checkpoints and no clear arrangements to bring people inside. In the eastern city of Jalalabad, the Taliban regime faced its first challenge, with … Read more

Three killed at Kabul airport

At least three people were killed in a gun battle Monday morning at the passenger terminal at Kabul International Airport, where thousands of Afghans fear for their lives. The Taliban took over the country As the rebels tightened their grip on the capital, the exiles came together in the hope of going on a flight. … Read more

Three killed at Kabul airport

At least three people were killed by gunfire Monday morning at the passenger terminal at Kabul International Airport, where thousands of Afghans fear for their lives. The Taliban took over the country The deportees have come together hoping to get a flight. Witnesses saw prone, bloodied bodies lying on the ground outside the terminal building. … Read more

Cliff Palmer says he will sue WA’s mandatory vaccination requirement for travelers

Queensland businessman Cliff Palmer said he would launch an appeal to the High Court of Western Australia’s plan to have people from high-risk states show they received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine before entering the state. the main points: As of tomorrow, some travelers to Washington will have to show they have … Read more