Friday’s headlines

CITY HALL
• Leagues win on home turf: council to waive controversial new sports fees [The Star]
• Sports leagues won’t have to pay new fees this year [Globe & Mail]
• Mayor wants to scrap new sports fees [The Sun]
• Mysterious poll asks what Toronto thinks about a casino, Mayor Rob Ford, some councillors [The Star]
• Robocall poll on casinos a preview of our next wedge issue? [Torontoist]
• Taking a gamble: what some of us think about a casino [The Star]
• Casino has suitors if spurned by Toronto [Globe & Mail]
• Ford drops appeal of audit order [The Star]
• Mayor agrees to election audit [The Sun]
• Mayor Ford drops appeal, agrees to audit of campaign expenses [Globe & Mail]
• Rob Ford gives up legal battle to fend off campaign finance audit [National Post]
• Ratings down, but still strong, for Mayor Rob Ford’s radio show [The Star]
• Rob Ford’s lengthy to-do list [The Sun]

OTHER NEWS
• Insurers slam Toronto’s proposed 38% hike in towing rate [The Star]
• The trouble at TIFF [Globe & Mail]
• What will become of the animals at High Park zoo if it closes? [National Post]
• WTF: Have dirt? Make a Leslie Street Spit West [National Post]
• End of road for Jarvis cyclists [The Sun]