Woolworths workers claim alleged $1 billion in underpayments 

Sydney Morning Herald
A Woolworths worker has applied to terminate a national agreement on wages and conditions and claim back an alleged $1 billion in underpayments for up to 100,000 employees.... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:35:00 Categories: Sydney Morning Herald

Steve Bruce makes Jack Grealish Liverpool claim - and Reds fans all say the same thing 

Birmingham Mail
Aston Villa news includes Liverpool fans reacting to Bruce's Grealish comparison... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:31:31 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Region's restaurant and retailer numbers rising rapidly, new study shows 

Manchester Evening News
Analysis of North West figures by R3 show it's not all gloom on high street... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:30:01 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Brides are now changing up their hair halfway through the ceremony 

A dramatic new wedding trend has emerged, which sees brides taking drastic measures to change up their look for the reception... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:30:00 Categories: Associated Press Mirror

These tips will help you combat jet lag 

A poll of 2,000 adults who have experienced jet lag found more than eight in 10 have struggled with severe fatigue after a long-haul flight... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:30:00 Categories: Mirror

Brides are now changing up their hair halfway through the ceremony 

A dramatic new wedding trend has emerged, which sees brides taking drastic measures to change up their look for the reception... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:30:00 Categories: Mirror

Who do Labor want to win the Liberal leadership? 

If Peter Dutton leads the Coalition to the next election, is it a slam dunk? We ask political insiders for the best bets.... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:30:00 Categories: Crikey

George Clooney tops the list of Forbes highest-paid actors 

HuffPost UK
George Clooney earned almost a quarter of a billion dollars last year, topping Forbes' list of highest-paid actors. ... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:30:00 Categories: HuffPost UK

Laura Craik on the women who dare to speak out, why mayonnaise will never die and the hottest celebrity spot in the sun 

Evening Standard
Ladies. What's your uterus called? Lena Dunham's is called Judy. Judy is dead, because Dunham had a hysterectomy nine months ago, whose anniversary she marked via an Instagram post of her naked body showing an 'RIP Judy' tattoo on her rib. Explaining the agonising struggle with endometriosis which had led her to this point, she wrote: "Today I offer myself gratitude: from the most pained place, I somehow knew to choose myself." Women haven't traditionally been encouraged to choose themselves. That so many are doing so must be an inconvenience to those who would rather they continued putting themselves second, or last. Shut up, women. Stop getting naked, shaving your hair, moaning about postnatal depression and bleating on about #MeToo. Put it away. We don't want to see it. We don't want to know. (Getty Images for Lincoln Center) But you have to know. Only by knowing will things become better for everyone. For me - World's Most Repressed Person - to admit this is hard. I would offer up a personal anecdote at this point, but I can't. Come and join me in the repressed corner. I have wine. Although for the good of your mental health, you'd probably be better off unburdening. Like Laura Dockrill, whose blog about post-pregnancy psychosis wouldn't have gone viral were it not for the heads-up from her BFF, Adele. Nobody talks about how some women lose their minds after giving birth, just as nobody talks about how some women lose their minds during menopause, or through suffering endometriosis, a condition that affects an estimated 176 million women worldwide. Last week I watched Rose McGowan talk at the Edinburgh Book Festival about the abuse she suffered as an actress - a difficult subject, but as she explained, other people's discomfort isn't her problem. Everyone who shares their stories is brave. We should all be braver. Silence is golden? Nah. Silence is dangerous. Mayo the force be with you Yesterday, I opened my fridge to find half a lettuce, a tub of mouldy hummus, a can of beer and one dried-up slice of chorizo. Even for a family who'd been out of town, this was a new low. Naturally, I took my anger out on the condiments. Nothing says "I'm in control of my life" like chucking jars into a bin. Out went the tahini, the harissa, the salsa brava, the kicap manis, the beetroot ketchup, the chilli bacon jam and the miso paste that is mandatory in the fridges of all Londoners with aspirations to marinate. I'll tell you what I didn't chuck in the bin, though: the mayo. There's been a real hoo-haa about how millennials have turned their backs on mayo (sales are down 6.7 per cent in the US), with think pieces abounding about how it's the end of days. Fear not: this isn't a British thing. Mayo sales increased last year by 6.9 per cent, outstripping ketchup to become the UK's Favourite Condiment. PS: anyone who doesn't use Hellman's is a psychopath. Deià Trippers (Alamy Stock Photo) And in this week's gripping instalment of Random Celebs Who Go On Holiday Together, we bring you Damon Albarn, Kim Jones, Alexa Chung, Serena Rees, Bob and Pixie Geldof, Fran Cutler, Nick Grimshaw, Sadie Frost and the bloke out of Massive Attack. I can't supply pictorial evidence, but they were all in Deià, which almost led me to write 'Is Deià the New Ibiza?', but then I checked myself, because it isn't, although if anyone can make a sedate coastal village into a fun palace, it's this crew. But wait. Where was Karlie Kloss? I think we must be told.... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:28:34 Categories: Evening Standard

Liberal leadership crisis: what happens next? 

The Guardian
Will there be another challenge? Why did Turnbull demand 43 signatures? What happens if Turnbull is or isn't rolled?... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:27:00 Categories: The Guardian

Bomb scare at West Bromwich Army Reserve base 

Birmingham Mail
Controlled explosion at the site in Carters Green... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:26:12 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Apple removes Facebook's Onavo security app from the App Store 

<p>Apple has removed Facebook's Onavo security app from the App Store because it does not comply with its privacy rules.</p>... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:25:00 Categories: CNBC

Massive rise in wasp complaints shows there definitely are more this year 

Birmingham Mail
New data shows there has been an enormous rise in calls about the little pests this summer... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:22:21 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Firm transforming public sector IT get £1.4m investment boost 

Manchester Evening News
Shaping Cloud, based in Manchester, will almost double its workforce using the funding... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:17:57 Categories: Manchester Evening News

This Morning presenters Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes to be replaced by reality TV star 

Liverpool Echo
Ruth and Eamonn won't be presenting the morning show on Friday... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:11:05 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Donald Trump claims 'the only thing I've done wrong is win an election' in latest Twitter rant after stating hush money payments came directly 'from him' 

Evening Standard
Donald Trump has said that the "only thing he did wrong was win an election" in a series of Twitter posts, ahead of an interview due to be aired in which he states hush money paid to two women who say he had affairs with them came directly "from him". The US President is caught up in a political storm after both former lawyer Michael Cohen and ex-campaign manager Paul Manafort were found guilty of campaign fund violations. Cohen, who admitted charges of bank fraud, tax fraud and campaign finance violations during the 2016 presidential election, implicated Trump when he said he had paid off Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal. In an interview with Fox & Friends due to be aired in the US today, Mr Trump said the payments "came from me" and insisted "they were not a campaign violation". The only thing that I have done wrong is to win an election that was expected to be won by Crooked Hillary Clinton and the Democrats. The problem is, they forgot to campaign in numerous states! - Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 23, 2018 He told hosts: "They came from me. And I tweeted about it. But they did not come out of the campaign," but added that he only found out about the payments "later on". In entering his plea, Cohen did not name the two women or even Mr Trump, saying instead that he worked with an "unnamed candidate". Donald Trump is caught in the wake of a political storm after Michael Cohen and Paul Manaford were found guilty (AFP/Getty Images) But the amounts and the dates all lined up with the alleged 130,000 dollars (£101,000) paid to Ms Daniels and the 150,000 dollars (£116,000) that went to Playboy Playmate Ms McDougal to buy their silence in the months leading up to the 2016 White House election. NO COLLUSION - RIGGED WITCH HUNT! - Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 23, 2018 The President later took to Twitter again to defend himself amid the scandal and wrote: "The only thing that I have done wrong is to win an election that was expected to be won by Crooked Hillary Clinton and the Democrats. The problem is, they forgot to campaign in numerous states!" In a further tweet he simply wrote: "NO COLLUSION - RIGGED WITCH HUNT!" Trump on hush payments: They are not a campaign violation The final post echoed an early sentiment in which the president branded the Manafort case a "witch hunt". Mr Trump spoke out in defence of his former campaign manager who was found guilty of eight financial crimes. Stormy Daniels' is said to have recieved hush money from Mr Trump (AP) He wrote on Twitter: "I feel very badly for Paul Manafort and his wonderful family. "Justice" took a 12 year old tax case, among other things, applied tremendous pressure on him and, unlike Michael Cohen, he refused to "break" - make up stories in order to get a "deal." Such respect for a brave man!" On Wednesday, Mr Trump hit out at Cohen in a scathing tweet which said: "If anyone is looking for a good lawyer, I would strongly suggest that you don't retain the services of Michael Cohen!... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:10:33 Categories: Evening Standard

Future All Black? How Kalyn Ponga rates alongside NZ's best 

Sporting News
The trio were strong in Super Rugby 2018, despite none lifting the trophy at season's end, and each bring their own brand of rugby to the All Blacks system.... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:10:00 Categories: Sporting News

Taiwan marks 60 years since China attack as tensions rise 

Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen called for unity and vowed not to bow to pressure from Beijing on Thursday as the island marked the 60th anniversary of a deadly Chinese artillery attack.... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:10:00 Categories: AFP

Kim K. addresses possible reality show with Kanye West 

Kim has her eye on revisiting another reality show.... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:10:00 Categories: ETOnline

Argentine police officer hailed for breastfeeding crying baby promoted to sergeant 

Evening Standard
An Argentine police officer who was hailed for breastfeeding a crying and malnourished baby has been promoted to sergeant. Pictures of Celeste Ayala caring for the infant went viral across the world after she discovered him alone at a children's hospital on the outskirts of Buenos Aires last week. Ms Ayala, who has a 16-month-old daughter, decided to breastfeed the baby after speaking to hospital management. He had recently been taken away from his mother. Her colleague Marcos Heredia posted a picture of her "great gesture of love" on Facebook, with more than 100,000 people sharing the post. Cristian Ritondo, the city's security minister, announced Ms Ayala's promotion to sergeant and congratulated her on Twitter. He wrote: "We wanted to thank you in person for that gesture of spontaneous love that managed to calm the baby's cry. That's the type of police we're proud of, the police we want." Reports in Argentina suggested the baby was one of six siblings who were all malnourished. Ms Ayala told website Cronica: "I noticed that he was hungry, as he was putting his hand into his mouth, so I asked to hug him and breastfeed him. "It was a sad moment, it broke my soul seeing him like this. Society should be sensitive to the issues affecting children; it cannot keep happening."... read more
23. elokuuta 2018 14:04:29 Categories: Evening Standard
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