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Football transfer rumours: William Saliba off to Arsenal or Tottenham?

first_imgShare on Facebook Read more Summer transfer window recap – every deal from Europe’s top five leagues Bayern Munich have a cob on. They’re after Leroy Sané and Callum Hudson-Odoi, but nothing’s happening. They need to get a grip. The Rumour Mill wasn’t happening either until 10 minutes ago, due to an almighty rota cock-up. It happens.Leroy Sané and Callum Hudson-Odoi are still not going to Bayern, as things stand. But here’s the Mill! You lucky people!!! In other Tommy Trinder-related news … the internet kids can’t get enough of this … Arsenal still haven’t bought Kiernan Tierney, though they’d like to …. Manchester United don’t fancy packing off Romelu Lukaku on loan to Internazionale, preferring a ££££ deal … but popularity’s Ed Woodward does like the idea of the midfielder Ilay Elmkies of Hoffenheim. However, Manchester City are also in the market for him, so.Tottenham like the Saint-Étienne defender – and Arsenal target – William Saliba, while Crystal Palace are in for Nice winger and subeditor’s dream Allan Saint-Maximin.To be honest, we owe you a click. But this is life. Come back Monday. Enjoy Friday! Transfer window Share on LinkedIn Share on Messenger Share on Twittercenter_img Share on WhatsApp Share via Email features Rumour Mill Topics Share on Pinterest Reuse this contentlast_img read more

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Let the bell ring out Moose Jaw city council clamps clapper replacement

first_imgMOOSE JAW, Sask. — A clarion call has gone out in Moose Jaw, Sask., to repair a more than century-old bell that sits atop the city hall clock tower and some day make it ring for the first time since the 1960s.Moose Jaw’s Heritage Advisory Committee told city councillors on Monday that the bronze bell needs a new clapper and new bolts to replace the now rusted ones that were originally installed to attach it to a big wooden beam.Council voted to make the necessary repairs to address safety concerns, but is holding off for the time being on restoring the bell’s capacity to ring.Coun. Crystal Froese argued there is significant heritage value in restoring the iconic bell with at least an electronic clapper and she plans to revisit the issue after the repairs are done.The bell once chimed on the hour and Froese says if the electronics are installed, it could at least be used on special occasions such as Remembrance Day or Christmas.Moose Jaw City Hall was originally built as a post office in 1911 and the bell was manufactured in 1913.The heritage committee had proposed to council that if the city paid to replace the rusted bolts, it would provide $10,000 to cover the cost of a new clapper.The Heritage Advisory Committee is also recommending restoration of the glass on the clock’s face.Administrators will put together a report on the cost of the bolt replacement. City manager Jim Puffalt said council has the final say on installing an actual clapper.“Realistically, we have to deal with the safety issues, and the second issue of using the heritage fund to make the bell operable again is up to council to decide.”The original bolts will be changed out with stainless steel components. Workers will have to crawl into a tight space at the top of the tower dome to make the repairs.The clock itself is one of the few in Saskatchewan that is still manually wound by staff every few weeks.Froese said she wants to see the city treat heritage buildings as assets, include them in budgets and ensure that they are maintained. She noted that city hall ranks among the most photographed landmarks in Moose Jaw.“It’s almost as if you have to wait until things are in the very last stages of their life in order to get attention,” she said.(CHAB, CJME)The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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Akwesasne family looking for help finding loved ones

first_imgAnnette Francis APTN NewsThe family of two missing men in the Mohawk community of Akwesasne is looking for help to locate them.Kenny Leaf, 50, has been missing since early January.And Timmy Benedict Leaf has been missing since 2013.The family is still putting up posters and looking for [email protected]last_img

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