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Love Island fans were "stunned" by Tasha and Andrew's fourth place finish

Love Island viewers have shared their disappointment at the placement of Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page in Monday night's final. (Author: Gardener)

fourthLove Island viewers have shared their disappointment with the placement of Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page during Monday night's final. Outraged fans claimed the pair were "robbed" after presenter Laura Whitmore revealed they had finished the show in fourth place. Viewers have watched Tasha and Andrew's rocky road to romance before finally finding happiness together - and fans are now claiming they deserved a higher spot in the finals. Tasha, 23, and Andrew, 27, became the first to be eliminated in the final after moving viewers to tears with their emotional Summer Ball speeches. Fans have since objected to the ranking, claiming that Tasha and Andrew were shocked that Tasha and Andrew didn't end up better. One angry Twitter user wrote: "Tasha and Andrew's fourth place stunned me." Another person wrote: "I'm so happy that Ekin and Davide won but actually that second place belonged to Tasha and Andrew! A third said: "Tasha and Andrew deserve a higher ranking but ok." Another person said they thought the couple were the rightful winners, while another said they shouldn't have placed lower than Gemma and Luca. Many people questioned the decision, writing things like, "Andrew and Tasha in fourth place what do you think?????" It came after fans struggled to contain their feelings when Tasha revealed that Andrew during last episode had her cochlear implant removed at night. The show's first deaf contestant broke down in tears as she thanked her boyfriend for embracing her "superpower" during her "declaration of love" speech. Reading from his own script, Andrew said he fell in love with her when she revealed her hearing impairment, adding that she was an "inspiration" to others. Tasha said in full, "Andrew ... What I loved about you is your ambition, your dedication, the way you care about others, your sexy body. There's nothing I would change about you. "Our journey has had its ups and downs, but what's special about it is that we always knew we would find our way back to each other because our bond is unbreakable and magical. "My dad said, 'She's my princess and there's room for a prince and you're going to be amazing in it.'" Thank you for accepting me for me and loving my superpower. The fact that when I fall asleep and you take out the cochlear implant for me, I know it's you. I'm so mad at you and I love you. He said: "We have so many dreams to conquer. "There are so many things I love about you, your beautiful eyes when we look at each other from across the garden when you wrinkle your nose. 'My favorite thing and something we will always do... 'The exact moment I fell in love with you was when you told me about your superpower. I never really knew how special you are until you shared this with me. "You are so incredibly brave and have inspired more people than you will ever know. Bawling fans soon tweeted that his gesture was "adorable" and "so cute." They wrote, "When Tasha said Andrew takes out her cochlear implant before bed I couldn't hold back tears #LoveIsland." 'Andrew taking out Tasha's cochlear implant is so adorable #LoveIsland.' "When Tasha said Andrew was taking her cochlear implant out for her. 'Tasha says Andrew takes out her cochlear implant when she falls asleep #crying #LoveIsland.' "Stoppp Andrew takes Tasha's cochlear implant off when she falls asleep and forgets omggggg I almost shed a tear. This is actually really cute #LoveIsland.'

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Love Island's Andrew removes Tasha's cochlear implant at night

The show's first deaf contestant, 23, broke down in tears as she thanked her boyfriend for embracing her "superpower" during her "declaration of love" speech. (Author: Gardener)

IslandLove Island fans struggled to contain their emotions as Tasha revealed that Andrew had her cochlear implant removed overnight during Monday's final episode, before they were announced in fourth place. The show's first deaf contestant, 23, broke down in tears as she thanked her boyfriend for embracing her "superpower" during her "declaration of love" speech. Reading from his own script, Andrew, 27, said he fell in love with her when she revealed her hearing impairment, adding that she was an "inspiration" to others. Tasha said in full, "Andrew ... What I loved about you is your ambition, your dedication, the way you care about others, your sexy body. There's nothing I would change about you. "Our journey has had its ups and downs, but what's special about it is that we always knew we would find our way back to each other because our bond is unbreakable and magical. "Thank you for accepting me for me and loving my superpower. The fact that when I fall asleep and you take out the cochlear implant for me, I know it's you. I'm so mad at you and I love you. He said: "We have so many dreams to conquer. "There are so many things I love about you, your beautiful eyes when we look at each other from across the garden when you wrinkle your nose. 'My favorite thing and something we will always do... 'The exact moment I fell in love with you was when you told me about your superpower. I never really knew how special you are until you shared this with me. They wrote, "When Tasha said Andrew takes out her cochlear implant before bed I couldn't hold back tears #LoveIsland." 'Andrew taking out Tasha's cochlear implant is so adorable #LoveIsland.' "When Tasha said Andrew was taking her cochlear implant out for her. 'Tasha says Andrew takes out her cochlear implant when she falls asleep #crying #LoveIsland.' "Stoppp Andrew takes Tasha's cochlear implant off when she falls asleep and forgets omggggg I almost shed a tear. That's actually really cute #LoveIsland.' Ekin-Su and Davide won Love Island 2022 and share the £50,000 prize. The pair finished ahead of Gemma and Luca, who finished second and narrowly missed out on the money, with the bosses deciding to drop the split or steal twist that usually comes at the end. In previous years, winners have chosen an envelope with either the prize money or nothing included, with one person receiving the £50,000 with an option to share or steal the money. That year, host Laura Whitmore announced they would automatically split the money as the producers opted to break with tradition that had existed since the first series. When the news broke, the emotional Ekin-Su jumped into her suitor's arms as they celebrated their victory and speechless, Davide exclaimed he couldn't believe it. At the start of the program, Indiyah and Dami were awarded third place on the dating program, ahead of Tasha and Andrew, who finished fourth just behind them. The four couples gathered in the villa's garden for the live finale, hosted by Laura Whitmore, while viewers waited to discover the winners after an eight-week run of the ITV2 dating show. Laura revealed the pair finished fourth while Tasha revealed she was delighted to have made it to the finals with boyfriend Andrew. About his experience, Andrew said: “It was tough for me, it was clear that I liked Tasha. When the Casa girls came - it was tough, but I had to open myself up and see if there was another connection. But it was still Tasha.' Tasha revealed they have plans to move in together in London and continue the "good vibes".

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Lucas reality TV past from Love Island as he appeared on the Channel 4 show last week

You might recognize him from the Love Island villa, but several observant viewers also spotted Luca's unexpected experience on the Channel 4 documentary series Night Coppers last week (Author: Gardener)

last weekLove Love Island? Love Love Island? After eight weeks of fire pit chats, flirty one-liners and mind-bending bombshells setting the drama, Love Island comes to a close tonight with a couple set to be crowned the overall winners. One couple still fighting for the coveted cash prize are Luca Bish and Gemma Owen, who have polarized the nation with their patented brand of Marmite romance. Love 'em or hate 'em, they've made a definite impression on viewers at home, but as several eagle-eyed fans have noted, Love Island isn't Luca's first exposure to reality TV, as he's also featured in a channel on our screens was 4 documentary. The 23-year-old fishmonger, who hails from Brighton, appeared in an episode of Night Coppers, an eight-part series that focuses on policing in his hometown as it tackles the after-dark challenges policing the seaside town. An episode filmed ahead of his arrival at the mansion, which aired last week, showed Lucas' distinctive appearance in one of the shots, as he walked around town in a very festive-inspired green coat with red trimmings. The cheeky local grinned alongside his buddies, enjoying an evening while the cops around him went about their more pressing task of battling a pair of elves who got into a fight during the Christmas episode. Although Luca himself wasn't involved in the fight, his presence drew a joke from one of the officers in attendance, who joked, "Are they different elves? The islander's carefree appearance was a far cry from his demeanor in recent days, after Luca appeared nervous as his time at the villa came to an end. Things even boiled over during last week's Mile High Club challenge when Gemma licked Adam Collard as part of the match, resulting in Luca pushing her away as she approached him again. Fans at home were unimpressed, but Luca's family jumped to his rescue on social media as they praised their son for being able to express how he was feeling. On his Instagram page, they wrote: "9/10 weeks without contact with any family and friends. It's a crazy intense environment where emotions are amplified. So proud of how vulnerable and in touch with his emotions he was. The family added: "First I have to admit he's a little f**k but I really don't feel like he's wrong at all here. Speaking to Luca about his reaction, Gemma said: "You can sit here and say you're not in a mood, you're in a mood." When I approached you in the challenge, you pushed me off, to which he replied that it was "just banter". Luca then stormed out of the conversation, took off his microphone and left the villa. The two later had another chat on the patio, where Luca explained that he was actually upset to see her like that in the challenge, but was upset that she brought it up later when he was ready to get over it and move on. Luca also appeared to be acting childish during Friday's voting round when it was revealed several of the other couples had voted his relationship with Gemma as one of the least compatible, leaving him furious. Islanders had been asked to vote for the couple they felt were the least compatible, with the couple receiving the most votes at risk of walking out of the villa. Despite Luca and Gemma Owen making it to the final, he was seen complaining to Dami Hope and Indiyah Polack about the others voting for them, in what many viewers at home called "childish". Explaining her reason for her selection, Indiyah said, "We know that arguments are normal, but it's about how you argue and what you argue about." Dami agreed with Indiyah, saying the couple could still make it out there , but Luca didn't seem amused and stormed off with Gemma after the conversation. The Love Island finale airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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Love Island's Luca hit out at bullying Tasha and 'bosses should have stepped in'

LOVE Island's Billy has blasted Luca and Dami for 'bullying' Tasha - and his co-star Josh insists producers should have stopped it. Ofcom has been faced with complaints about alleged… (Author: Gardener)

LOVE Island'sLOVE Island's Billy has blasted Luca and Dami for 'bullying' Tasha - and his co-star Josh insists producers should have stopped it. Ofcom has been bombarded with complaints about alleged misogynistic behavior at Movie Night and a game of Snog, Marry, Avoid where Tasha was targeted. In an explosive interview with Johnny Seifert on the Secure the Insecure podcast, Billy and Josh slammed the boys for how they treated Tasha. Billy said, "I can understand why people have been talking about the bullying, I see." Some people in the mansion — yes, they might be fed up or upset about something — but they act that way ... especially towards girls . "As with Tasha, don't go and hate this girl all the time because it's not nice for me to see. Like Luca and Dami, for example, they just keep approaching Tasha, approaching Tasha. "You see they might take it as a joke but to me when I was talking to Tasha she cried one night. I could get angry, but I brushed that aside and asked 'how are you, how are you actually?' "She said, 'No, I'm sick of it, everyone's just coming at me. And for me it wasn't nice to hear that, because everyone should feel understood or like someone is there. Josh agreed with Billy, saying, "I feel like that's the kind of situation where a producer could easily step in and say, 'Listen, you know, that's how it comes across or that's how you're seen from the outside? ' “But they jump in when they want to jump in, and they sit back and happily let something come across a certain way. "I feel like some people get carried away and it would be nice and easy for the producers to just step in and say, 'Oh listen, you wouldn't put it on the outside' or 'that's how it comes across,' instead simply wait and intervene later. The producers could have stepped in and tried to stop it. I have a feeling that a lot of them aren't going to understand how much is being shown or how it's being given away on the other side because obviously in their "You're doing great guys, you're doing great" they tell you. "So if they're not told, you know, 'that's what it looks like, and you should understand that certain things you say are going to come across a certain way.'" It could have been stopped a while ago, because you don't know how they're going to act or how it's going to affect them when they come out and see comments, or they know it wasn't. But it turned out that way. "So I feel like the producers could step in and try to stop it before it got to that point." Love Island was hit by 3,617 Ofcom complaints in just one week. Ofcom confirmed complaints of alleged misogynistic behavior by some male candidates. The dating show updated its 'Duty of Care' to 'support contestants before, during and after filming' after the tragic deaths of Sophie Gradon and Mike Thalassitis. They've also been spoken to about the impact being on the show will have on their lives - both good and bad. Participants receive training on social media and how to deal with trolls. They are also trained in managing their finances and given advice on how to take over management after the show. Islanders must attend at least eight therapy sessions to adjust to life back home.

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Turn weight into gold! This Monday motivational post by Anand Mahindra makes every Indian proud

Mahindra's tweet quickly went viral. Many of his followers among other users were seen retweeting and replying to the post. (Author: Gardener)

MondayIndustrialist Anand Mahindra is popular on Twitteratis for his inspirational posts. The Mahindra Group chairman took to Twitter on Monday and shared a series of images from the Commonwealth Games. The pictures showed the three Indian weightlifters Mirabai Chanu, Jeremy Lalrinnunga and Achinta Sheuli. All three have made India proud by winning gold at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. Along with the pictures, Mahindra wrote: "Do you really need to look elsewhere for #MondayMotivation? 3 athletes who showed us how to turn the 'weight' we carry into gold.” Mirabai Chanu won the first gold at the Commonwealth Games this year in the 49kg weightlifting category. Chanu, who was also an Olympic silver medalist, amassed a total of 201 kg (88 kg + 113 kg) to win the competition. Jeremy Lalrinnunga took India's second gold by lifting a weight of 300kg in the men's 67kg category. Achinta Sheuli won India's third gold medal in the 73 kg division. Many of his followers among other users were seen retweeting and replying to the post. A week ago, Mahindra also shared an inspirational video of Droupadi Murmu receiving a national salute from the President's bodyguard in his latest motivational post on Monday. A week ago, Mahindra also shared an inspirational video of Droupadi Murmu receiving a national salute from the President's bodyguard in his latest motivational post on Monday. Along with the video, he wrote: "Look no further for your #MondayMotivation. A moment of intense pride for India.” Droupadi Murmu was elected the 15th President of India on Monday 15th July. She is the first tribal woman to hold the highest constitutional office in India.

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The Queen leads the royals to congratulate the 'inspiring' lionesses

The Queen, 96, hailed the team as "an inspiration for girls and women" in a message shared minutes after last night's dramatic extra-time win over Germany. (Author: Gardener)

96The Queen led the royal family in sending her congratulations to the England Lionesses after their Euro 2022 victory. The Queen, 96, hailed the team as "an inspiration for girls and women" in a message shared minutes after last night's dramatic extra-time win over Germany. She added: "I hope you are as proud of the impact you have had on your sport as you are of today's result." Princess Eugenie, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also sent their warmest congratulations to the team. Prince William, President of the Football Association, cheered on the Lionesses in their dramatic 2-1 win at Wembley. The beaming prince was affectionate as he congratulated the team in the trophy handover line and stopped to hug several of the England stars. But the first words of praise came from the Queen, who said in a statement: "My heartiest congratulations and those of my family go to you all on winning the European Women's Football Championship. “This is a significant achievement for the entire team, including your support staff. "The championships and your performance in them have deservedly received praise," she said in the statement, which was shared by "Elizabeth R." was signed. “You all set an example that will be an inspiration for girls and women today and for generations to come. "I hope you are as proud of the impact you have had on your sport as you are of today's result." Princess Eugenie added: "Wow, wow, wow. Congratulations to the Lionesses!' Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall shared a slideshow of celebratory pictures on Instagram with the caption: "Congratulations to the winning @Lionesses! And Prince William posted after the game: "Sensational. An incredible win @lionesses and the whole nation couldn't be prouder of you all. It's wonderful to see history being made at Wembley tonight, congratulations!' The 87,192 spectators in the stadium broke the record for either a men's or women's European Championship final and watched the team end more than 50 years of injury by delivering the nation's first major football trophy since 1966. In extra time, super substitute Chloe Kelly was fired into the history books after beating Germany in a close final that thrilled 15 million viewers at home and tens of thousands in pubs and fan parks across the country. The team also enjoyed themselves and sang Sweet Caroline with the crowd before enjoying a few pints and a bit of dancing in the Wembley dressing room. There were also scenes of joy on the team bus and at the west London hotel - and tears of joy as the players were reunited with their families and partners. Experts say women's football is now set to "explode", but there is growing criticism that only 66 per cent of primary schools and 44 per cent of secondary schools offer girls the same access to football as boys in physical education classes. The Duke of Cambridge posted a video on his official Twitter account this morning of himself and Charlotte sharing their support for the Lionesses. Ian Wright has suggested England's policymakers will throw away the legacy of victory if girls aren't given the same opportunities as boys, who warn MPs and businesses must 'hop on' to win Euro 2022 and be forced into the game to invest. Today, thousands of fans can celebrate England's European Championship victory with the players later in London. Up to 7,000 supporters will have the opportunity to join the team for a daytime event hosted by veteran lioness Alex Scott in Trafalgar Square, where fans danced in the fountains last night. Supporters will receive free entry on a first-come, first-served basis starting at 11am on Monday and can enjoy live music from DJ Monki while highlights of the tournament are shown on screens. Alex Scott said today that the Lionesses' victory at Euro 2022 would be a game changer in terms of raising the profile of women's football. She told BBC Breakfast: "These lionesses have raised the bar. You changed the view of women's football in this country. There has to be an opportunity for every single girl to play football if she wants to."

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NASA is paving an inspiring path. We need to make sure everyone can follow him

NASA's exciting project gives the next generation plenty to dream about. We need to make sure they can turn those dreams into reality. (Author: Gardener)

NASAIt's been an exciting summer for space fans: NASA has set a launch date for Artemis 1, the first phase of an ambitious return to the moon, and last month the first full-color images from the James Webb Space Telescope were released. to give humanity its widest glimpse into space to date. Arguably NASA's most inspiring work in the last 50 years, it supports one of its core missions: supporting educational efforts in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). And there is definitely evidence that space exploration inspires young people to study science. As the Council on Foreign Relations noted last year, the percentage of graduates with bachelor's degrees in science and engineering peaked in the late 1960s, around the time of the moon landing, but then slowly declined for several decades before the moon landing Federal government began to re-emphasize the importance of STEM education. Surely the next generation of astronauts and scientists are watching NASA's latest scientific and technological feats and dreaming of their own future adventures. However, it is important to consider whether tomorrow's space pioneers will have the support they need to achieve their dreams. In a recent letter, more than 600 leaders from nonprofits, academia, and the tech world called for more computer science in schools. "The United States is at the forefront of technology, but only 5% of our high school students study computer science," the letter reads. More than half of schools offer computer science, the letter notes -- up from 35% in 2018. In fact, there's evidence that we're getting worse at encouraging students from diverse backgrounds to pursue certain STEM subjects. For example, the National Sciences Foundation (NSF) released data last year showing that the percentage of women earning a bachelor's degree in computer science fell from 27% in 1998 to 19.9% ​​in 2018. Over the past two decades, the proportion of women earning bachelor's degrees has declined, and degrees in mathematics and statistics have also declined. "The academic pipeline for women pursuing advanced degrees in computer science may be impacted in that graduate enrollment is impacted by a lower proportion of women earning a bachelor's degree in computer science," the NSF report said. This is a worrying trend given the opportunities opening up for college graduates in engineering fields. The fast-growing space economy offers clear opportunities for young entrepreneurs given the government's mandate to award contracts that require small business deals. "So if I were a graduate student with a great idea, I wouldn't be put off by the fact that I'm a one-person business," NASA official Kenneth Bowersox said earlier this year. While NASA's current initiatives involve developing cutting-edge technologies and advancing human understanding of the universe, they also include efforts specifically designed to encourage diverse participation in STEM fields. Remarkably, the Artemis mission - named after Apollo's twin sister - will culminate with NASA's landing of the first woman and first person of color on the moon. Before real astronauts return to the moon, NASA is working with LEGO Education to send two characters named Kate and Kyle to the moon aboard Artemis 1 to inspire young children to learn about space. The two characters are the main characters of Build to Launch: A STEAM Exploration Series, a 10-episode tool focused on science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. The partnership is one of many NASA collaborations and initiatives aimed at getting students excited about the Artemis mission. The rush of activity this year is just the beginning of a new era in space exploration. But to truly thrive in space, the next generation needs more than dreams and encouragement—it needs real support on the ground, too.

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Aboriginal staff sacked, youth left in limbo as 'inspirational' center shuts down abruptly

Staff received dismissal letters and the children were forced to stand in the street in front of the Redfern icon, with owners saying they "worked in good faith" to secure their future. (Author: Gardener)

RedfernYoung Aboriginal workers are being offered "small amounts of money" to quietly give up their roles after owners decided to close operations at Redfern's National Center of Indigenous Excellence. The property, which has operated on George Street for 16 years, is currently owned by the NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC), having been transferred by the Commonwealth Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation (ILSC) on 30 June. The ILSC is still responsible for ongoing operations at the site. Services at the fitness and water sports centers will cease on August 8, with all staff notified on Monday morning. After almost closing its doors in the 1970's, the Aboriginal Medical Service in Redfern has set the standard in providing culturally safe healthcare for over half a century. Former NRL star Dean Widders told NITV News he received a concerned call from his son Dean Jnr, a center worker, after receiving the news. "He was just called into a meeting without notice, without explanation, to say his job will be gone in five days and he will have no work. He has to figure out how he's going to survive the next few days, months," he said. Speaking from outside the center, Widders described how busloads of children came to the NCIE for their afternoon programs, only to find locked gates. "Their hearts are broken," he said. "Shifting the impact of how this community works in a positive direction." Gomeroi and Wiradjuri wife Margaret Haumono, co-founder and CEO of the nonprofit Redfern Youth Connect, posted a video from the scene on the group's Instagram page. "A lot of the little Aboriginal children were pretty distressed this morning," she told NITV News. “They were told to sign non-disclosure agreements. Dean Widders said a $500 parting offer was a slap in the face to his son. It was a bit of an insult to him to say that's what your living is worth," he said. Labor Senator Malarndirri McCarthy said it was a "small but significant gesture" after the coalition government rejected a similar request during NAIDOC Week 2020. Natascha Haupt, who works at NCIE as an administrator, said not a single employee knew about the shutdown. It's disrespectful," she told NITV News. "They basically shut down the center, they gave us a letter that said the money they would give us depending on our salary, how long we were there, how many hours we worked - basically paying us off. Prominent Redfern Community Man Shane Phillips, who is a regular user of the center and has invested since its inception, said he was devastated by the news: "It put us off and I know that sounds bad, but it has kept us from getting into the center by cargo and the streets were all over to a place where we could see our own strength," he told NITV News. If they stopped now without really thinking about it, I can't even imagine what crazy shit that was could happen here." Racism in Current Education Systems is proclaimed on Garma Day 1 of the Garma Festival, where a A number of powerful women discussed racism in the education system and improving the national curriculum Mr Phillips said the ILSC's communication had been "really poor" throughout the process and community members felt "offended. They only care about the numbers and I'm really sad," he said. "They just thought it was beyond our people to think of a model that could work socially and commercially. Ms Haumono said it came as a surprise after meeting the NSWALC on Tuesday. “They assured us there would be a three-year wait process and then an EOI would be issued for the fitness and aquatic center rde and the municipality would be given the first option in the bidding process,” she said. In a statement, the NSWALC said they will seek new leadership for the center. "We will initiate a process to secure a suitable third party to manage the fitness and aquatic center on site," said Danny Chapman, Chairman of NSWALC. Majority of Closing the Gap objectives not met: Productivity Commission "The process will be open to both community and industry to apply." Today's events come after both the ILSC and NSWALC failed to reach a mutual agreement on the business could come. Both ILSC CEO Joseph Morrison and NSWALC CEO Yuseph Deen said in a joint statement that both organizations "have worked together in good faith" to try to secure NCIE's future. We are disappointed with the outcome and will work to support the affected staff and community.” For one of the young people outside of NCIE this afternoon, today marks the end of a long journey. "I've been here about half my life since I was nine," they said. "I come here every single day after school, so it's going to be a big change. The youngsters said NCIE is a "safe place" where they and their friends could get together and told NITV News it won't be the same in the suburb as the space changes. "I feel like this is kind of a special place for us because it can come anywhere," they said. "It's a place that we can all count on, like there's something we can always come back to. Shane." Phillips and community members have planned to reappear Tuesday at 1pm to protest if they try to get it wrong without community involvement," he said. The Pitjantjatjara woman's radical use spanning decades was further recognized with grants to support First Nations health care and public sector workers.

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Tasha's father jokes with Andrew about Coco

And in the dating show's First Look clip, Tasha Ghouri's father jokes with Andrew LePage about his infamous fling with Coco Lodge at Casa Amor. (Author: Gardener)

Andrew aboutLove Island viewers are preparing to enjoy Sunday's highly-anticipated episode "Meet the Parents." And in the dating show's First Look clip, Tasha Ghouri's father jokes with Andrew LePage about his infamous fling with Coco Lodge at Casa Amor. The couple will have an emotional reunion with their parents gathering for a selfie before heading to the mansion. As the dancer from Thirsk, 23, jumps up excitedly at a text announcing the arrival of her parents, viewers see the couple sit down with their loved ones. Tasha's father Tarek then asks, "What's your most memorable part about being here, Andrew?" While Andrew's mom jokes that he's "completely infatuated with her," Tasha's dad will proudly say, "You can see it in your eyes, you're beaming. The pair are now exclusive but have had a rocky journey through their time at the villa. During Casa Amor, Andrew, 27, was flipped by Coco after hearing that other islanders didn't believe Tasha's feelings for him were real. After reconnecting with the brunette bombshell - when Tasha brought Billy Brown back to the main mansion - the two moved back in to each other and are now boyfriend and girlfriend. In an infamous fallout after Casa Amor, Andrew uttered the iconic phrase, "I licked her t*t or whatever," as the full extent of how far he went with the now-dumped Islander was revealed. Davide Sanclimenti's mother Nadia, meanwhile, will reassure him that Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu is sincere, noting that she's head over heels in love with the Italian at best, right?' While her mother warmly welcomes him, she says of their date: "I saw that you were in love. Dami Hope - who shared hot kisses with Summer Botwe after turning heads at Casa Amor - was grilled in scenes by loved ones as they exclaimed: "But why?" as the Dublin native spoke. After getting lost to a new girl at Casa Amor, Indiyah's mother and sister will also ask the scientist to "explain his behavior," admitting it's "not quite clear yet." Indiyah's mother Dee and sister Shak will enter the mansion to offer brutal honesty to the couple. "The behavior, and I'm sure Shak will tell Dami, he's not cleared yet. It's not clear to me either," says Indiyah's mother, Dee. And when Dami appears to greet Dee, she gets down to business when she asks, "So explain the threesome kiss..." And Dami's own family aren't too impressed with his antics either, as are his sister Femi and cousin Alicia virtual in the villa. As the conversation quickly turns to Casa Amor, Femi asks, "Why? But as they move on to family, they inform Dami that "grandmother was watching" before meeting Indiyah virtually too. And the other couples will welcome loved ones too, with Gemma Owen being reunited with her mum Louise and friend Sarah - as famous dad Michael is staying home. But while the footballer may not make it to the mansion, Gemma's mum will note that he is "really proud" of her. "Honestly he's really proud of you, really proud," Louise explains while referring to Michael, before adding of the rest of the family, "They all love to watch you, they miss you like crazy. And when Luca's father Michael arrives in his own fish loops alongside his mother Maria, they appear to approve of Gemma. "She sets you straight doesn't she," his dad will joke, before mum Maria adds that she "loves" Gemma's morality. I love their values ​​and morals,” explains Maria. And it's good news for Paige Thorne and Adam Collard too, as the latter is welcomed by his dad Billy - who explains: "She's amazing. The emotional day will climax later when the results of the public vote are announced on Friday - with a couple packing their bags as they are missing the final days of the show. And with Dami and Indiyah the only safe pair, the islanders are nervous to find out which pair won't make it to Monday's final. Love Island continues on Sunday at 9pm on ITV and ITV Hub.

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Love Island fans are telling Luca to 'grow up' as he rages over 'least compatible' vote

Luca Bish wasn't amused after revealing some of the other couples had voted him and Gemma Owen "incompatible" ahead of Monday's Love Island 2022 final (Author: Gardener)

LucaLove Love Island? Love Love Island? Love Island fans have slammed Luca Bish after he became furious after being voted 'most incompatible' on Sunday night's show. After an emotional episode that saw the islanders reunite with some of their family and friends ahead of the finale on Monday, August 1, things took a dramatic turn when the contestants learned the results of the votes they cast in the episode submitted on Friday. Islanders had been asked to vote for the couple they felt were the least compatible, with the couple receiving the most votes at risk of walking out of the villa. Despite Luca and Gemma Owen making it to the final, he was seen complaining to Dami Hope and Indiyah Polack about the others voting for them. Explaining her reason for her selection, Indiyah said, "We know that arguments are normal, but it's about how you argue and what you argue about." Dami agreed with Indiyah, saying the couple could still make it out there , but Luca didn't seem amused and stormed off with Gemma after the conversation. Viewers took to social media to express their opinion, writing: "Every couple voted for Davide & Ekin Su. Luca has to shut up. He voted for humans too, or is he forgetting that?!" Another person wrote, "Like Gemma and Luca going around asking why the others voted for them?" Another commented: "Luca is such a wet wipe omg. Bored you," while another added, "Luca really is the definition of boy child." Another person suggested, "How is Luca upset with Gemma now??????? However, some fans understood where he was coming from, with one fan writing, "I understand why you wanted to know why people did it don't think you guys are compatible." Paige Thorne and Adam Collard left the villa during the episode after they had found themselves in the bottom four of the last five couples. Indiyah and Dami emerged as the strongest pair with no dissenting votes, giving them a guaranteed place in the finals. They will be joined by the other remaining couples - Tasha and Andrew, Ekin-Su and Davide, Gemma and Luca - in Monday's live final. Love Island continues every night at 9pm on ITV2 all the latest Love Island gossip and spoilers, subscribe to OK's daily celebrity newsletter! and Factor 50 – your one stop shop for the latest villa news.

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