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Last gig at Old Trafford

FOOTBALLCHANNEL.COM finds out whether Ferguson#8217;s move to bench his favourite winger Ryan Giggs means the end of the Old Trafford road for the Welshman.


Curb on gambling

THE Professional Footballers#8217; Association added their support to controls on betting among top players on the day that Manchester United#8217;s Ruud van Nistelrooy admitted his surprise at the culture of gambling among his team-mates.


Whale of a story

HOOI YOU CHING learns from radio deejays Fly Guy and Li#8217;l Kev the power of beer and why we should take lots of underwear with us when we travel.


Evo storms in

IN the unending tussle for market share in the double cab 4x4 segment, United Straits Fuso Sdn Bhd (USF) has launched yet another bronco, which is so frisky that it has snatched the lead again for Mitsubishi, leaving the opposition trailing.


Sleeping giant awakes

WHEN Emile Heskey headed that dramatic equaliser against Arsenal last Wednesday, the forward affectionately called a #8220;sleeping giant#8221; by his Liverpool manager, Gerard Houllier, seemed to have awoken in spectacular fashion.


Cleanup of another kind

THE oystermen of the Bay of Arcachon in Cap-Ferret, France, like to call themselves #8220;farmers of the sea,#8221; working their crops in the middle of this quiet bay on the Atlantic coast of France.


Worthy discovery

IT was good to be re-acquainted with Land Rover#8217;s Discovery II. This is the model that put reliability back into the brand name. Before this, there were complaints about the durability and reliability of parts.


Colditz to blossom with youth

COLDITZ Castle, the World War II Nazi prisoner-of-war camp from which several British, French and Polish officers made daring escapes, is soon to become an #8220;international meeting place#8221; for young people from all over Europe.


To tease or not to tweeze

Women in most of the so-called civilised world must admit that feminism has lost the body hair battle. MIMI SPENCER whirrs her Epilady.


Relaxing nook

B>I/B>T WAS late afternoon when I arrived at the famous NUXE Spa at 32 Rue Montorgueil, Paris, after braving the wintry weather amongst quick-striding Parisians doing their Christmas shopping.