BAD INFLUENCE: Why California neighbours don’t want Harry and Meghan

Residents in Santa Barbara do not want Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to move into the area due to concerns about traffic. The couple already have property in the wider area but now they are rumoured to be moving into an even more exclusive property in Santa Barbara which has got the natives riled up. Sources connected to the … Continue reading BAD INFLUENCE: Why California neighbours don’t want Harry and Meghan

Kanye West calls Black Lives Matter (BLM) a scam, shows support for WLM in Paris Fashion Week

Kanye West is not apologizing for his contentious "White Lives Matter" clothing during Paris Fashion Week in France, despite vehement criticism from black celebrities, including a walkout from Jaden Smith. In a recent Instagram story on Tuesday, the 45-year-old musician stepped up his criticism of Black Lives Matter. He proclaimed, perhaps alluding to the group's several multimillion-dollar scandals, "Everyone knows … Continue reading Kanye West calls Black Lives Matter (BLM) a scam, shows support for WLM in Paris Fashion Week

Tom Brady reveals plan for his 15-year-old son

Tampa Bay BUCCANEERS QUARTERBACK TOM BRADY HAS THREE SONS. The first of them is named Jack. He has already turned 15 years old and is the only one whom Tom did not have with his wife, Brazilian top model Gisele Bündchen. Jack is the product of the previous relationship he had with actress Bridget Moynahan. How does Tom … Continue reading Tom Brady reveals plan for his 15-year-old son

Mike Tyson shows he’s fighting fit in latest social media post, reveals cause of recent health scare

Recent images of Mike Tyson in a wheelchair left fans seriously concerned with his health. Last month he was seen at Miami airport unable to walk without aid, which sparked all sorts of rumors about his health condition. 'Big Mike' has since revealed he is suffering from sciatica and that an intense flair up was the reason for his use of … Continue reading Mike Tyson shows he’s fighting fit in latest social media post, reveals cause of recent health scare

The world needs new measures to tackle mental health issues at work – WHO

WHO and the International Labour Organization (ILO) have called for concrete actions to address mental health concerns in the working population. An estimated 12 billion workdays are lost annually due to depression and anxiety costing the global economy nearly US$ 1 trillion. Two new publications which aim to address this issue are published today - … Continue reading The world needs new measures to tackle mental health issues at work – WHO

Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen hire lawyers to start divorce process

FOXBORO, MA - NOVEMBER 02: Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots warms up before a game against the Denver Broncos at Gillette Stadium on November 2, 2014 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images) he end of the marriage of Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and Brazilian top model Gisele Bündchen seems to be closer than ever, … Continue reading Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen hire lawyers to start divorce process

Inter Milan rout Barcelona 1-0 in crucial Champions League Group C encounter

Hakan Calhanoglu's first half-strike proved the difference as Inter downed Barcelona 1-0 in their crucial Champions League matchup on Tuesday night. With Bayern Munich running away with Group C, second spot will likely be decided by the home and away between the two teams over the next week. The Nerazzurri's victory at home thanks to a well-taken strike by Calhanoglu gives them the advantage, as … Continue reading Inter Milan rout Barcelona 1-0 in crucial Champions League Group C encounter

How tech giants are combating inflation

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Rising inflation and looming recessions are squeezing household finances, but businesses also worry about an economic downturn. This is not just because of higher bills, but also because consumers spend less and finance from banks and investors dries up when the economy worsens. Even strong industries such as technology feel … Continue reading How tech giants are combating inflation

UK Interior Minister: We have ‘too many’ low-skilled migrants

Photo by David Jakab on Pexels.com Stating that Britain has too many low-skilled migrant workers, the country's new interior minister, Suella Braverman, said new Prime Minister Liz Truss' government aimed to carry out a 2019 election pledge to lower net migration. "What we've got is too many low skilled workers coming into this country," she … Continue reading UK Interior Minister: We have ‘too many’ low-skilled migrants

‘China has no plan to invade Taiwan,’ former CIA official says

The former senior intelligence officer argued that such actions would be impossible to miss To prepare for a military operation against Taiwan, the Chinese government would have to take certain steps that simply cannot be kept secret from the West - and there is currently no sign of them, former CIA official John Culver argued … Continue reading ‘China has no plan to invade Taiwan,’ former CIA official says

WORLD CUP Facts you should know

The inaugural FIFA World Cup was held in Uruguay from 13 to 30 July 1930. Uruguay had retained their football title at the 1928 Summer Olympics and were celebrating the centenary of their independence, so FIFA chose them as the host nation. It was contested by 13 teams (7 from South America, 4 from Europe … Continue reading WORLD CUP Facts you should know