Man City show power of the collective with Champions League win over star-studded PSG

Man City show power of the collective with Champions League win over star-studded PSG

Amid all the geopolitical dimensions of this game in Manchester, and the great stars on show, it may go some way to setting up one of football’s little quirks. What price Mauricio Pochettino’s Paris Saint-Germain meeting an interim’s Manchester United in the Champions League last 16? That is at least the prospect that the Argentine’s … Read more

First-Person Psychological Horror, Martha Is Dead, Comes to PlayStation, Xbox, & PC on Feb. 24

Martha Is Dead

News Published on November 24, 2021 Dylan Chaundy Home » News » First-Person Psychological Horror, Martha Is Dead, Comes to PlayStation, Xbox, & PC on Feb. 24 While the spooky season has officially shifted to the festive season, there’s never a bad time to get your creep on. And for all you gore-hounds, there’s thankfully … Read more

Black Friday Fashion Deals 2021

Black Friday Fashion Deals 2021

30 items in this article 30 items on sale! Photo-Illustration: The Strategist; Photo: Retailer The challenge with Black Friday fashion is volume: Tons of great stores put pages upon pages of items on sale, and it’s tempting to open a fan-whirring quantity of tabs and try to go through them all. I am typically a … Read more

Great Barrier Reef bursting with colour as it recovers from years of coral bleaching | World News

Corals fertilize billions of offspring by casting sperm and eggs into the Pacific Ocean off the Queensland state coastal city of Cairns, Australia, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021. Australia...s Great Barrier Reef is spawning in an explosion of color as the World Heritage-listed natural wonder recovers from life-threatening coral bleaching episodes.(Gabriel Guzman/Calypso Productions via AP)

The Great Barrier Reef is erupting with colour again as the natural wonder recovers from recent life-threatening coral bleaching. About two-thirds of the coral in the reef off the coast of Australia has been affected by bleaching caused by unusually high ocean temperatures in 2016, 2017 and 2020. However, scientists on Tuesday night recorded the … Read more

Government’s fan-led review calls for Premier League clubs to pay transfer tax | Soccer

Premier League clubs should pay a stamp duty-style tax on every transfer fee to help support the English football pyramid, the government’s fan-led review has said, in one of 47 recommendations to safeguard the future of the game. The highly anticipated report, led by the Conservative MP Tracey Crouch, was commissioned this year in response … Read more

Treasury sets aside up to £1.7bn to cover Bulb’s winter running costs after collapse | Energy industry

The Treasury has set aside up to £1.7bn to cover the cost of running Bulb Energy through a special administrator this winter after the supplier’s collapse on Monday. Britain’s seventh-largest supplier has become the first energy company to be put forward for a “special administration” process so it can continue to provide gas and electricity … Read more