- via metro.co.ukThe Gunners are thought to be very interested in signing the midfielder (Picture: Getty Images)Lyon sporting director Juninho says the French club have received no offers for Arsenal target Houssem Aouar despite mounting speculation he could end up at the Emirates.Gunners boss Mikel Arteta is still looking to improve his squad and wants to bring in a new midfielder, with the north Londoners seemingly switching their focus from Atletico Madrid’s Thomas Partey to Aouar.Lyon, though, are beli
- via metro.co.ukHoussem Aouar is a target for Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Arsenal legend Ian Wright believes his former club will experience more defeats like their loss to Liverpool if they fail to sign Lyon playmaker Houssem Aouar before the transfer window closes.
The Gunners were beaten 3-1 by the Premier League champions at Anfield, despite taking the lead through Alexandre Lacazette in the first half.Arteta selected Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Lacazette and Willian in attack but the Gunners were pinned back fo
- Koala rescuers in the Moreton Bay area north of Brisbane have issued an urgent warning about koalas sitting on the ground. A University of Sydney professor is worried too.
- He appeared via video link at a bail hearing in Melbourne Magistrates Court on Tuesday, where he wore long, bright orange acrylic fingernails.
- The Queensland child was objected to the horrifying abuse until just before her tenth birthday when her mother discovered what was happening.
- Officials at City Hall gathered Monday to review which potential restrictions could be imposed on areas that now have COVID rates up to four times the average of NYC and NY State.
- It is unclear if Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle will put Sir Graham Brady's amendment - which has enough support to overturn the Prime Minister's majority - to a vote on Wednesday
- Daniel Cameron, the attorney general of Kentucky, on Monday night agreed to release transcripts of the grand jury hearing in the Breonna Taylor case, after a juror sued for their publication.
- An urgent hazmat operation is underway after a dangerous chemical spilled out of a train in Sydney.
Home and Away star Joel McIlroy accused of repeatedly punching a policewoman blames a brain disorderJoel McIlroy, who is accused of punching a policewoman during a scuffle in inner-city Sydney, could face seven years in prison if convicted of assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
- The Prime Minister revealed on Tuesday that he is considering a 'traffic light system' that would allow people entering Australia from Covid-safe countries to avoid hotel quarantine.
PICTURED: Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein is seen walking through Washing DC airport without a maskA maskless Dianne Feinstein, of CA, was caught on camera traversing her way through Dulles International Airport on Friday, with the images first aired by Fox News' Tucker Carlson Monday.
- Fine Kula, who was a part of Cronulla's pre-season NRL training squad, was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma in early 2020.
- A dope new facility in rural NSW is cultivating the state's first locally grown medical grade cannabis oil extract, which will become commercially available to patients suffering chronic conditions next month.
- The TV show and the licensing and endorsement agreements it brought were among Trump's biggest money-makers, The New York Times reported Monday.
- Emergency services were called after a 4WD towing a camper trailer hit a sedan in Nowendoc, in the NSW Northern Tablelands, at 12.20pm on Saturday.
- Police were called to Tyagarah Beach on the New South Wales far north coast around 7.30am on Sunday following complaints about a party that was taking place.
- A fellow passenger filmed as the distressed woman had a 'meltdown', screaming and clambering onto seats during the flight to Detroit on Sunday
- Fadi Faouri justified his actions and his refusal to say 'black lives matter' during a Fox News interview, Monday. Speaking to Tucker Carlson, Faouri declared himself to be 'a free man'.
- The panellists on Monday night were discussing if it was fair that those in locked down Melbourne could be fined $5,000 for having more people than allowed over for a barbecue.
- The 35-year-old View co-host gave birth on Monday night. A representative for McCain says her and daughter are 'happy and healthy'.
Lightning strikes! Tampa Bay wins its second Stanley Cup with a 2-0 Game 6 win over the Dallas StarsThe Tampa Bay Lightning won their second Stanley Cup with a 2-0 Game 6 win over the Dallas Stars in Edmonton on Monday. Meanwhile fans in Tampa celebrated outside the team's arena.
- The family of a teenager allegedly involved in a horror Pyrmont knife attack that left a father-of-one blinded have offered up a whopping $700,000 to secure his release.
- High street pharmacies have suspended bookings for over-65s due to a shortage of the flu vaccine, with demand estimated at 10 times what it was last year
- An Australian retail gianthas been slammed for taking nearly six months to pay some suppliers, despite claiming almost $60million in taxpayer funds.
- Western Australian man John Alexander Roy, 55, could be extradited back to Australia after he allegedly tried to import $1billion worth of drugs into the country
- Kamala Harris referred to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg as 'Notorious BIG' instead of her famous moniker 'Notorious RBG'.
Cardinal George Pell to return to Rome for first time since his child abuse allegations were quashedCatholic Cardinal George Pell, 79, is expected to depart Sydney on Tuesday but the reason for his visit to the Vatican remains unknown.
- A young man panicked after diving into the Pacific Ocean in Encinitas, San Diego County, to swim with what he thought was a basking shark, only to realise it might be a great white
- Welfare recipients will soon have to use facial recognition technology (pictured) to access government benefits like JobSeeker as $250 million is set to be spent to upgrade online systems.
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