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Goals tell for England

ENGLAND UNDER-18 are in a strong position to edge out the host nation, Spain, in their campaign to qualify from their European Championship group.

Football: Wilson to take Mols for pounds 2.5m

THE DUTCH striker Michael Mols arrived for talks with Sheffield Wednesday yesterday, and is primed for a pounds 2.5m move to Yorkshire. Mols met the Wednesday manager, Danny Wilson, after a fee was agreed with his club, Utrecht, and the Owls expect to confirm the transfer today.

Budget Aftermath: `Anti-smuggling tsar' to take on cigarette cheats

A CAMPAIGN to stop smugglers bringing in millions of pounds worth of cigarettes and tobacco is to be launched by the Government.

The complete guide to... Skiing

Once the preserve of the rich and famous, skiing is increasingly enjoyed by people on a tight budget. In the sixth part of our fortnightly guide to skiing, Tania Alexander selects the world's most affordable resorts, where you may break a leg but at least you won't break the bank

A city of joy, an ocean of human misery

THE STOCKY man with the beefy arms and the frank, smiling face of a neighbourhood charcutier leans forward across the podium in a muddy village 50 miles from anywhere in West Bengal.

Tennis: Henman heads for Hanover

TIM HENMAN qualified for the eight-man ATP Tour Championship last night, leaving Greg Rusedski to play Russian roulette with Yevgeny Kafelnikov for the one remaining place in Hanover a week next Tuesday.

Introducing the latest adventures of Evel Knievel

Of course, it may just be that people are slower on the uptake in Chicago

Mass cigarette shipments row

GALLAHER, the British tobacco company that makes Silk Cut and Benson & Hedges, has been accused of selling cigarettes abroad knowing that they would be smuggled back into the UK.

Football: France struggle to see off humble Andorra

FRANCE, THE world champions, wasted a string of chances as they beat Andorra 2-0 in a European Championship qualifier in the Stade de France last night. The narrow margin of the defeat for a team ranked No 171 in the world will surely be seen as a moral victory in Andorra.

Andorra to share a grand stage

A nation with only 32 eligible footballers gets ready to face the world champions.

Football: France need to return to form

RUSSIA AND France meet in a Group Four Euro 2000 qualifier today aiming to bounce back from disappointing starts to their campaigns.

Gibraltar votes defeat likely

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More people moving from Australia to New Zealand than in the other direction for first time in 24 years

End of the Aussie brain drain

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