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London 2012 auction sees Tom Daley trunks sold for £540
A pair of Tom Daley's Team GB swimming trunks have sold for £540 at an auction of items from the London 2012 Games.
Wembley Stadium celebrates 90th anniversary
Wembley Stadium is marking its 90th anniversary with a series of events to celebrate its illustrious history.
Wimbledon prize money up 40% and roof planned for Court One
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Jockey Club offers Racecourse bond to general public
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Olympic finals tickets 'too costly'
The cost of tickets for Olympic medal-winning sessions in athletics, track cycling and swimming have been criticised by the London Assembly.
Charter for Qatar World Cup workers
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SFA seeks Rangers Green clarity
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LTA and Stubhub sign tennis ticketing deal
The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) and secondary ticketing site Stubhub have signed a three-year deal covering three English tournaments.
Kettering Town granted extension over winding-up petition
Kettering Town have been given a 56-day extension to halt a winding-up petition for money owed to HM Revenue & Customs.
Manchester United star Robin van Persie joins BT Sport
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Portsmouth settlement deal revealed
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Premier League: Anthony Fry appointed chairman
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Will Europe cut its interest rate?
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US consumer spending in March beats forecasts
US consumer spending unexpectedly rose in March, official figures have shown.
MPs question government's infrastructure spending plans
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Italy PM Enrico Letta says growth policies a priority
Italy's new prime minister has said growth policies must be urgently adopted to counter an austerity drive under which the country was "dying".
Falling gold prices delay plans to reopen Cononish mine
Plans to reopen the Cononish mine near Tyndrum in Stirlingshire have been delayed due to falling gold prices.
Nexen's Buzzard North Sea oil field shut down after 'steam release'
Production at one of the UK's largest-producing North Sea oil fields is expected to resume within 24 hours.
Spice king: How a New Orleans food firm went global
Paul Prudhomme is one of America's most famous chefs - he has cooked for Presidents Ronald Reagan and George W Bush, and has won almost every fine-dining culinary award that the United States has to offer.
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