'IKEA on steroids': Flat-pack homes to bust Australia's housing shortage

'IKEA on steroids': Flat-pack homes to bust Australia's housing shortage

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US threatens to end negotiations with Russia on Syria (AFP)

US threatens to end negotiations with Russia on Syria (AFP)

AFPon September 28, 2016, 11:38 pm US threatens to end negotiations with Russia on Syria Washington (AFP) – US Secretary of State John Kerry called his Russian counterpart on Wednesday and warned him that Washington will end talks on the Syrian conflict unless Moscow halts the assault on Aleppo. A State Department spokesman said Kerry told Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov that plans to set up a joint US-Russia military cell to target jihadist groups in Syria would also be put on hold. “He informed the foreign minister that the United…

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Sam Allardyce admits 'judgement' error in England farce

Sam Allardyce admits 'judgement' error in England farce

Posted September 29, 2016 09:43:19 Photo: ‘Big Sam’ leaves the England job with a 100 per cent win record. (Getty Images: Dave Thompson) Related Story: Allardyce out as England manager after scandal Sam Allardyce has admitted an “error of judgement” after his one-game career as England manager came to a humiliating end following controversial comments made to undercover reporters. “Entrapment has won on this occasion and I have to accept that,” Allardyce told reporters outside his home in Bolton, northwest England on Thursday. “I think that on reflection it was…

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Mourinho 'feels sorry' for Allardyce (AFP)

Mourinho 'feels sorry' for Allardyce (AFP)

AFPon September 28, 2016, 10:28 pm Manchester (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho said Wednesday he “feels sorry” for Sam Allardyce and still respects him, a day after his reign as England boss came to a sudden and premature end. After a mere 67 days in charge of the national side, Allardyce paid the price on Tuesday for indiscreetly talking with undercover Daily Telegraph reporters posing as Far East businessmen. The 61-year-old was secretly filmed giving advice on how to get around transfer rules as he also…

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