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Danes accuse MAp over tax loophole

Friday April 1, 2011
MAp Airports and its former manager, Macquarie Group, have been accused of exploiting a tax loophole in Denmark to avoid paying an estimated $100 million of tax on earnings from the country's main airport at Copenhagen.

Macquarie $100m tax rort claim

Friday April 1, 2011
MAp Airports and its former manager stand accused of exploiting a Danish loophole, writes Scott Rochfort.

Testing times for fantasy teams with rep stars

Friday April 1, 2011
Serious Toyota NRL Dream Team coaches such as the Middo Magicians' David Middleton are dreading the impact next month's Australia-New Zealand Test, and the bye, could have on their respective rosters.

Waratahs have Smith in their sights

Friday April 1, 2011
While the list of candidates for the Brumbies head coach job is now as long as the queue at the Soup Nazi's kitchen, the Waratahs also want to bolster their coaching ranks next season. The latest name to bob up as a candidate for a 2012 Waratahs coaching spot is England backs coach and former Wallaby Brian Smith. Waratahs sources have told R&M that Smith has, or is about to be, sounded out about whether he is interested in a gig at Moore Park. Smith does at least know the local scene, having coached at Eastern Suburbs. While some Waratahs officials are interested in Michael Cheika as a future head coach, he is eager to remain in Paris with Stade Francais. Cheika is also understood to be wary of several NSWRU officials. Springboks second-rower Victor Matfield was on the Waratahs' radar last year, to the extent he was approached about joining the coaching staff when he gave up playing. Matfield revealed in South Africa a few days ago that he had turned down two coaching offers in Australia. "My kids are going to school, and my wife, who is a dentist, has a career here," Matfield said at a function in Pretoria. "Maybe I'll drive the kids around when I'm retired and live off my wife, or take the easy life and go work for SuperSport [South African TV sports station]."

Bond for employee who stole

Wednesday March 30, 2011
A SALES assistant has been put on a good behaviour bond after apologising to his Musos Corner employers for selling stock online at a lower price.

Gandhi 'bisexual' furore

Wednesday March 30, 2011
DELHI. An American author has dismissed claims his new book on Mahatma Gandhi alleges India's independence leader was a racist bisexual who left his wife for a bodybuilder.

Cherry-Evans has fanatics feeling cheery

Tuesday March 29, 2011
MANLY rookie Daly Cherry-Evans hasn't only filled Trent Hodkinson's old halfback jumper with aplomb, the Queensland-born No.7 has proved just as huge a hit as his predecessor did for Toyota NRL Dream Team coaches last year.

SCORE

Monday March 28, 2011
ZIGGY'S 'TOY' AT PLAY

In for the Kills

Sunday March 27, 2011
What happens to me on stage is fascinating.

LITERARY EVENTS

Saturday March 26, 2011
WOMEN OF LETTERS

Late mail: Labor reads it and weeps

Saturday March 26, 2011
FIVE weeks of campaigning have failed to shift voting intentions in today's state election, with the Coalition on track for a landslide victory that could reduce Labor to as few as 16 seats, according to the final poll of the campaign.

Outsider with more than enough rank

Saturday March 26, 2011
'Can-Do' Campbell Newman says he can run a state ‚€ť if he gets elected, writes Nick O'Malley.

YOUR LETTERS

Saturday March 26, 2011
Cringeworthy Corbett THE Ulysses Club ("Old bikers out of hand" Herald 24/3) chose Newcastle as the venue for its annual general meeting and 3000 of their members showed up to enjoy what we have to offer.

Solving the mystery of what editors do

Saturday March 26, 2011
THE most famous book editor the world has ever known was not famous for her editing. Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis spent 20 years of her life in the job, but it's only now, 10 years after her death, that we can find out anything about what she actually did.

Police admit failings on phone hacking

Saturday March 26, 2011
A senior British police officer said phone hacking was "a huge issue" as he defended his force's probe of hacking allegations at Rupert Murdoch's News of the World newspaper.

Sterlo's secret to help Desertheads flourish

Friday March 25, 2011
CHANNEL NINE commentator Peter Sterling concedes that one of the big challenges faced by Toyota NRL Dream Team coaches is late changes to NRL team line-ups that in some cases have been announced six days before the Monday night match.

Canary in the coal mine

Thursday March 24, 2011
A US photographic magazine publisher has taken to tablets.

It's not time for me to go ‚€ť Ponting

Thursday March 24, 2011
RICKY Ponting has no intention of quitting the Australian captaincy but is willing to play on if the decision is taken out of his hands by Cricket Australia officials or selectors.

Wrong mail: Ricky riles, vows to remain as leader

Thursday March 24, 2011
AHMEDABAD: Ricky Ponting has no intention of quitting the Australian captaincy but is willing to play on if the decision is taken out of his hands by Cricket Australia or selectors.

Proxy forms hold key

Thursday March 24, 2011
WHAT sits inside this cardboard box could determine the future of the Newcastle Knights.

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