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Andrew and Tasha could both be dumped

The real estate agent, 27, and the 23-year-old model failed to wow viewers with their rocking romance after the voting was announced in Thursday night's tense episode. (Author: Gardener)

23-year-oldAndrew Le Page and Tasha Ghouri both threatened to be sacked from Love Island after finding themselves in the top three least popular girls and boys. The real estate agent, 27, and the 23-year-old model failed to wow viewers with their rocking romance after the voting was announced in Thursday night's tense episode. It came just hours after Tasha asked Andrew to be her boyfriend after organizing a cute mansion hunt for him, as she admitted she was "falling in love with him more and more every day." When all the contestants gathered around the fire pit, the three least popular girls turned out to be Summer, Coco, and Tasha. Next, the three most disliked boys were revealed to be Deji, Josh, and Andrew. The results of the public vote will be announced on Friday night's show after the episode left on another enticing cliffhanger. After the names were called, Tasha explained that she "expected" it, having previously been in the bottom three twice in a popularity poll. The on-off couple has had a rocky journey since Casa Amor, where Andrew's affairs with Coco were exposed and Tasha got his head turned by Andrew. Earlier in the night, the dancer planned a special surprise for Andrew and gathered her roommates to let them know she needed their help. Tasha revealed, "I plan to make Andrew my boyfriend!" Tasha left notes for the couple to find Andrew in special places around the mansion, nervously waiting for the other islanders to put the plan into action. She then gave a sweet speech that ended by asking him to make things official, which he readily accepted. Elsewhere, new bombshell Adam Collard bonded with Paige Thorne as the episode began with a re-pairing where the boys had to choose. Adam said in his speech: "I would like to date this girl as she has made me feel very welcome since I arrived at the villa. It wasn't easy for her in here, but I hope to change that and want to get to know her more. So the girl I want to date is Paige.' After she said: "You did so well with your speech, we're just moving on and it's so easy. Elsewhere around the fire pit, Andrew and Tasha reconnected, Billy chose Danica, Indiyah reunited with Dami, Luca chose Gemma, Josh chose Summer, and Deji was left with only Coco to mate with . Later in the episode, Paige admitted that she "really tied up" bombshell Adam after he picked her in the reconnect. During a chat with Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu, she told the actress that he "flaps her f**ny" — a remark made famous by previous seasons of the reality show. In the steamy scene, Paige caught a glimpse of a soaked Adam as he showered outdoors. When pal Ekin-Su asked: "How are you?" the Welsh paramedic admitted: "I really like Adam. "I don't want to say the word f**ny flaps, but..." a giggling Paige continued after Ekin-Su jibed that there was "nothing wrong with Adam." It comes after Jacques made the difficult decision to leave the mansion following his infidelities with Paige during Casa Amor. In emotional scenes, Paige had tears in her eyes when the jock promised to wait for her outside. But it seems her head might be turned as Adam has been fighting for her affections since his shock arrival - with the pair enjoying a date during Wednesday's episode. Later in the episode, Luca told Gemma that he loved her during a romantic chat on the terrace. He said: "Today was the best day at the villa, I can't help but feel about it and I hope you feel the same. Elsewhere in the episode, the girls took on the boys in the latest challenge at the Lips Inn pub. The islanders were seen lining up the pint glasses before slipping and making their way to the finish line. And it got seriously competitive as the ladies battled it out for victory, with Danica Taylor declaring, "We girls don't hold back on a challenge!" In the challenge, they raced to fill up empty pint glasses before hurtling down a sodden runway to the finish line. While the islanders went all out, Andrew felt he had it all as he quipped, "Go in hard and fast - I think I did well!"

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Jordan Henderson and Mohamed Salah score for the Reds

Match report as Liverpool clinched their first win of the pre-season with a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace in Singapore; Jurgen Klopp's side reacted after 4-0 defeat by Man Utd; Jordan Henderson and Mohamed Salah scored the goals for Liverpool (Author: Gardener)

Jordan HendersonLiverpool started their preparations for the new season with a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace in Singapore. Jurgen Klopp's side were clearly beaten in their first game against Manchester United as they began preparing for the new season on Tuesday, but they responded well to the 4-0 defeat in Bangkok when Jordan Henderson scored an early goal took the lead at the break. Liverpool, who saw Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain leave the game with a hamstring injury just before half-time, made 11 changes at half-time including the introduction of Mohamed Salah and new signing Darwin Nunez. It wasn't long before Salah intervened as his deflected shot defeated Vicente Guaita and ended up sealing a comfortable win over Premier League opponents. Liverpool started brilliantly and brilliantly maintained possession in the early stages of games. Curtis Jones then forced a smart block from Guaita before Liverpool took the lead. Harvey Elliott's cut-back caught Henderson in the box and the England midfielder swept the ball into the far corner for the Reds' first goal of the game. Roberto Firmino then headed wide and Elliott missed a glorious chance, only Guaita able to bat as Liverpool looked to extend their lead but there was disappointment for the Reds just before the break as they lost Oxlade-Chamberlain to what appeared to be a hamstring injury. Liverpool made 11 changes at the break including the introduction of Salah and the Egyptian came straight into the game. Salah's left-footed shot sliced ​​from the right flank, deflecting Joachim Andersen and the wrong-footed Guaita, who got a hand on the ball but couldn't parry it. Nunez almost added Liverpool's third a few minutes later but after being singled out by Salah's cut-back, Guaita hammered away the striker's shot as he continued to wait for a first goal for his new club. Substitutions continued to disrupt the rhythm of the second half but it was Liverpool who would be most likely to add to their tally. Guaita was by far the busier of the two keepers and he fended off Fabio Carvalho before deflecting Virgil van Dijk's powerful header to keep the result respectable. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp on the positive results of the game: "The way we played football, if you haven't seen it and just read the result, we played a good game against United but we lost 4-0 because we made complete mistakes at the wrong moments. Mistakes in football are likely to result in goals, or at least chances. The mistakes we made against United couldn't be sorted out because we were open at those moments. We still played very good football - which we also did against United. It's our second game and we have to work a lot in the next four weeks, I would say mainly to prepare for the rest of the season, there are already Premier League games, but we have to use the time anyway, because from mid-September We won't have time to train anymore because we'll only play every three days. Maybe they could have played a bit longer, but I really wanted to give the young guys the opportunity to play in this incredible atmosphere, because they're always there for us, they're always with us and at moments like this when it's really fun to play football, would we leave them out? "It was a good preseason game. In the end we lost, but the most important thing is that we had a good, intense game with a lot of mileage and a lot of moments to try something.” In the end, in these types of games, the focus is never on the result. Playing against one of the biggest clubs in the world and showing that they are at this level of football. "You always have to take positives out of games and I definitely take that with me." “Work has been done for both sides in the heat and humidity of Singapore as they prepare for the new season, with Liverpool responding well with a brilliant performance in Tuesday's 4-0 win over Man Utd. “As is normal in this phase of pre-season, it's all about putting those much-needed miles in the players' legs, with Klopp making 11 substitutions at the break and then another full quarter of an hour to go. "The only negative points for the German would be another muscle injury from Oxlade-Chamberlain, who limped off just before the break, and another goalless performance from club-record new signing Nunez. "But the Uruguay striker, who came on as a half-time substitute, looked dangerous and it certainly won't be long before he opens his Reds account. "Palace, meanwhile, fielded a very different team and the truth is that sometimes it showed, but there were enough promising attacking moments to encourage Patrick Vieira for the coming season." Meanwhile, Crystal Palace travel to Melbourne for Tuesday's friendly against Man Utd (11.10am).

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Alastair Campbell spares no one as he laments who put Boris Johnson in 10th place

"They all knew he was a liar," Tony Blair's former screenwriter claimed. (Author: Gardener)

Alastair CampbellAs Tony Blair's ex-spin doctor when he was prime minister, Campbell has been a particularly harsh critic of Johnson for years. He said: "Everyone who has ever worked with him knows he is a liar, every single person who has worked with him knows he was a liar. "Every single right-wing commentator who licked his ass and told us he was going to be a wonderful man - they all knew he was a liar." The former No 10 communications chief also backed John Major, the former Conservative Prime Minister , who was ousted by Blair in the 1997 general election. Major said yesterday that Johnson's new cabinet could not "hold back" the outgoing prime minister while his successor is elected - suggesting there could be dangerous consequences. Campbell agreed with Major's stance on Johnson, adding: "He's corrupt, he's entitled, he's a liar, he hasn't delivered, he's the worst prime minister this country has ever had and the sooner he's out of there , the better.” Clashing with the Telegraph's Timothy Stanley, who was also at Question Time on Thursday, he claimed: “The British media are part of the problem. “They delivered him, they got used to him, Johnson called the Telegraph his real boss and they are part of the problem.” The outgoing prime minister was a journalist at the right-wing newspaper before moving into politics. Campbell continued: "The next thing that should happen - our political culture and our media culture has to change or it will happen again." "But they're not looking down the aisle yet and thinking that's the alternative," he concluded.

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8 July - Pirate Party

Feel the rhythm! Feel the rhyme! If an epic Cool Runnings reference doesn't fill you with positive vibes, then Feel-Good Friday will do the trick. (Author: Gardener)

Cool RunningsIf an epic Cool Runnings reference doesn't fill you with positive vibes, then Feel-Good Friday will do the trick. So strap on your bob belt (do they wear belts?) and prepare to dive into the best food, fashion and events worth exploring during recess. Launched to encourage UNIQLO customers to get involved in the global retailer's environmental sustainability activities, the program aims to raise awareness of global issues such as ocean pollution. With the help of global sustainability ambassador Doraemon, UNIQLO will run various activities in support of the campaign, such as shops in Australia to take part in a sustainability quiz Visit the UNIQLO website to explore the range and learn more about The Power of Clothing campaign to experience. This October, the world's first simultaneously running event - run4reef - aims to change the face of the Great Barrier Reef once and for all. This first-ever run4reef will span 21 cities in Australia and New Zealand, bringing together 100,000 runners with a single mission to run together to save the Great Barrier Reef. The events will use world-leading technology to bring together thousands of runners simultaneously, with Australia and New Zealand being home to a world first. From July 8th, Australians and New Zealanders are invited to join the movement by registering for a nearby event via run4reef.org. A pirate party sails Sydney's Inner West this weekend for a swashbuckling celebration of rum, tunes and treasure galore! Local craft brewery Willie the Boatman has teamed up with the scoundrels of Surry Hills Brix Craft Rum Distillery to throw a pirate bash of epic proportions. This Sunday 10th July from 2pm to 7pm, enjoy Spiced Rum & Mulled Wine from Brix Distillery along with crunchy tunes from country and blues duo Sweet Jelly Rolls. You'll also find pirate pinatas for the kids, prizes for the best clothes, and plenty of food to keep even the hungriest shipmates happy. If you're only attending one pirate party this year (or ever), make sure it's at Willie the Boatman in St Peters this Sunday. To kick off this NAIDOC week, adidas announced its partnership with Indigenous Football Australia, which oversees the strategy and expansion of Australia's most successful and longest-standing indigenous football initiative, John Moriarty Football. This new partnership between the global sports giant and the IFA will work to unlock the potential of Indigenous children in remote regional communities across NSW, NT and QLD by sponsoring JMF grants and providing quality gear, boots and bespoke uniforms designed by Australia's Leading Indigenous Design Atelier, Balarinji.

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Scottish thug attacks taxi driver and mother jailed for killing her son

Here are today's top headlines from the Daily Record website. (Author: Gardener)

ScottishLundy was licensed at the time of the attack Lundy was licensed at the time of the attack Get the latest top news straight to your inbox with our daily newsletter Get the latest top news straight to your inbox with our daily newsletter The Rundown keeps you up to date with the up to date with the latest news from Scotland and beyond. Brandon Lundy smashed a bottle over Samson Emmanuel's head on July 17, leaving the victim covered in blood. The 22-year-old had previously threatened to kill Samson, and after hitting him he boasted: "See, I told you so." The private hire driver was left with a horrific wound near his left ear and needed an operation and a vital blood transfusion. Lundy - who had been released from prison after a previous violent crime - later called police to confess to the attack in Glasgow's Cranhill. He is now back behind bars after pleading guilty to assaulting Samson due to his serious injury, permanent disfigurement and danger to his life. The High Court in Glasgow heard that Samson went to a pick-up truck in Longstone Place, Cranhill, at around 5.20am on the morning of the attack. Daniel James Hodgson Green's heartbroken father broke down in tears as the tot's mother was convicted of murder. Carol Hodgson killed two-year-old Daniel in Guisborough, North Yorkshire, in an incident in February this year. Cleveland police visited the property on February 2 after a report of concern about the toddler was made. He was taken to hospital but sadly died, reports Yorkshire Live. The tot's death shocked the community, with locals holding a vigil and laying flowers around the house. Teesside Crown Court heard how Hodgson "deliberately killed Daniel and then made an attempt to kill himself" but her defense said she "takes full responsibility for her son's murder". Daniel's father read a victim's statement when Hodgson was sentenced on July 15. He burst into tears as he read his statement. A Scottish mother has struck after a house was built so close to hers that she opened her bathroom window and smashed down her neighbour's door. Mum of seven Niki Caira, from Thornton, Fife, says she was horrified to discover how close the luxury home being built next door would be to her property. The 39-year-old said she couldn't understand why, despite objections and "serious" concerns from neighbors, Fife Council has agreed to allow KJJ Properties and businessman Alex Penman to build the two new £350,000 homes. Niki and husband Mario first objected to the planning application for these properties in 2020, but were given the green light in June last year. After construction began in May, Niki said she measured the distance between the two properties and said there was only two meters between her roof and the new property, with a wall directly blocking light to two of her windows. Niki said, "It's an eyesore and all we can see when we look out our windows." When I complained about this, the contractor suggested I build a high wall to hide the property. My children would feel like they were living in a prison surrounded by a 10ft wall.” A Scottish mum has shared how her life has been transformed after losing a whopping four dress sizes. Donna Kelly is now hoping to help others lose weight healthily after believing she would struggle with her weight for the rest of her life, Donna, 49, had tried a number of generic and uncommon diets but had seen no results , reports Edinburgh Live. However, not long after, when she joined her local Slimming World group in Currie, outside Edinburgh, she saw her transition from a size 20 to a size 12 and praised the program for changing her life. She said: "Like many slimming products I've tried. I've lost weight so many times by following numerous diets but they were never sustainable because I was always tired of restricting my diet. I thought I was destined to struggle with my weight for the rest of my life, but when I came to Slimming World it was no different. I never felt like I was on a diet. I couldn't believe I found a way to lose weight without starving myself." Sharing before and after pictures of her transformation, Donna was determined to help others like herself see results, and has now train to coach others to walk Donna, who will start her Currie group on July 27, said her role has been more important than ever Glasgow's Martin Barker was in his mid-30s when he was diagnosed with ataxia - a degenerative disorder , which affects speech and balance and coordination.He is confined to a wheelchair, cannot speak and lost his independence after his diagnosis.Martin's family have learned to communicate with the proud father and his two boys, Ewan, 24, and Michael , 28, are acting as his public translators - but both now fear the hereditary condition could be passed on to them. Ewan told the Record: "My dad was one of the boys. He had an active social life and many friends - the disorder took away his freedom. Losing his speech was really hard for all of us. Don't miss the latest news from across Scotland and beyond - Sign up for our daily newsletter here.

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Russell Grant's Zodiac Prediction for Friday July 15th

TODAY's horoscope sees one zodiac sign dealing with disappointments while another needs to put things into perspective. What else can you expect? (Author: Gardener)

Russell Grant'sSocial plans for this evening may be canceled or rescheduled due to the demands of your job or those of a loved one. This is a situation that cannot be avoided, so make every effort not to show your disappointment. Allowing your brain to go into automatic pilot could mean missing an opportunity to approach a task in new and different ways. Take the opportunity to work with new tools or experiment with some unusual ideas. You may have grown up believing that a leopard cannot change its spots, but some people can and do change. Keep your vivid imagination in check when speaking to others, and be sure you're not the one spreading an unfounded rumour. Put creative thought into practical jobs that you are taking on now and this will be an excellent opportunity for you to develop your artistic talents. In your heart you know you haven't made the best of your abilities. You are encouraged to put your clever ideas into action. A partner suggests completing a joint financial transaction or opening a joint bank account. If you don't feel comfortable doing this, insist on keeping your finances separate for now. A challenging task that you have put off largely because you know it will spark an awkward discussion, and you are ready to do so now. If you try too hard, you'll burn out. If the start of a group project is delayed, see this as an opportunity to orient yourself. Put into action plans you have thought about and discussed. You don't have to wait for help or advice because you know what you're doing and you're welcome to get on with the work on your own. You can't help but feel irritated with someone who doesn't make an effort to fulfill their responsibilities. You want to get your work done and see results. Just don't be tempted to organize people who aren't as motivated as you are. Such efforts will only make you feel even more frustrated. You are generally easygoing, but one thing you dislike is being pushed into something you don't want to do. Someone will soon realize that you don't want to be pushed into a commitment. When they want you to make a quick decision, it shows your stubborn side. You'll suddenly realize that a problem a friend admits is relevant to your own situation. Not only that, you happen to know someone who is an expert in this field. Since you can't get the matter out of your head, a quick phone call will help put things in perspective.

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Daily horoscope for Friday, July 15th

Moon Alert There are no restrictions on shopping or important decisions until 9:30pm EDT today. The moon is in Aquarius. Aries (March 21 - April 19) Today you may have difficulty dealing with a friend or a member of a group. Authority figures could spoil your plans. Today you have to show grace under pressure. (Author: Gardener)

DailyPerhaps today you are having trouble dealing with a friend or a member of a group. Authority figures could spoil your plans. If so, you might be feeling rebellious; although your hands are likely tied. Today you have to show grace under pressure. This is not an ideal day to deal with bosses, parents, the police, or anyone in authority because they will throw cold water on your ideas. (Wait another day.) If you're rebellious and unhappy about what's happening, keep your feelings to yourself. Travel plans today might disappoint you. Likewise, issues related to higher education, publishing, the media, medicine, and the law are areas where you may feel held back or denied. (sigh) Wait for another day. Financial matters today can be disappointing, especially in relation to common property, banking, debt, taxes or inheritance. In fact, this disappointment might surprise you. Wait a day or two to sort this out as you are still going strong with the Sun in your sign. Relationships with partners and close friends are a bit rocky today. Someone might rain on your parade, which might surprise or disappoint you. If so, wait for another time and another opening up for your plans because timing is everything. You can't please everyone. Something could be disrupting your day-to-day work today. Likewise, something unexpected could affect your pet. No matter what you do today, you might find that rules and regulations are hindering your actions or plans and there is nothing you can do about it. Parents should be extra vigilant today as this is an accident prone day for their children. In any case, children today could bear increased responsibility. Meanwhile, social plans can suddenly change, especially when an event is restricted by rules or legal details. Family conversations today can be difficult, especially when talking to a parent or an older family member. Someone will point out why you can't do something instead of encouraging you. Pay attention to everything you say and do today, as this is an accident-prone day for your zodiac sign. You might be worried about something today, perhaps because something unexpected is happening. You may also feel cut off from others, which is a lonely feeling. Keep an eye on your money and possessions today because something unexpected could affect your fortune or wealth. You might be disappointed if you find out about rules or regulations that you don't like. Or maybe someone with authority is restricting what you want to do. Unexpected events or situations may arise today, especially when dealing with parents, bosses, the police or someone in power, and these events may displease you. They could block your plans. Choose the best option that will benefit you. You're feeling kind of restless today. You may also feel lonely or cut off from others because things are not going the way you want them to. Your best bet might be to explore social options. Sports, playful hours with children or a trip with a friend will make you feel better. Be open to new ways and opportunities!

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July 15 - Health is wealth

The daily news cycle is an endless stream of shock and horror, but Feel-Good Friday is here to bring some balance to the universe and offer a glimmer of hope to humanity. While we can't solve all of the world's problems, do you have the solution for the glorious weekend ahead. (Author: Gardener)

July 15 - HealthThe daily news cycle is an endless stream of shock and horror, but Feel-Good Friday is here to bring some balance to the universe and offer a glimmer of hope to humanity. After two years, TEDxSydney is back in person at Sydney Town Hall on Friday 5 August with this year's IMPRINT theme, where speakers will give us insights and new ways of thinking about the future, a future that is more hopeful and inspiring than she is currently presented . The latest panel of speakers has just been announced and features leaders, innovators and thinkers who can offer new solutions to the old problems of how to tell better stories and how to live, work, care, laugh and survive better. The architects of the Uluru Statement have teamed up with THE ICONIC to release a new t-shirt in support of a First Nations voice in Parliament. The t-shirt was designed by acclaimed APY artist and leader of the Uluru Dialogue leadership team, Sally Scales - a proud Pitjantjatjara woman. Created with the Scales family in mind, the new design represents a powerful message of support for a constitutionally enshrined voice of Parliament that has endured for generations - shown by incorporating the artistic styles of her mother, grandmother and Sally herself . The t-shirt is available in adult and children's sizes exclusively from THE ICONIC, in a partnership aimed at spreading national awareness and support for the Uluru Declaration in the run-up to a referendum. Guide Dogs VIC is celebrating the arrival of its winter litter, but the young pups need loving and responsible volunteers to help them over the next twelve months while they develop some of the basic skills needed before their formal guide dog training. Volunteer puppy trainers play a crucial role in transforming young puppies into budding guide dogs that will one day provide the independence and freedom that blind or partially sighted people need. Visit the Guide Dogs website to learn more and apply to be a Puppy Raiser. NRL stars and commentators Petero Civoniceva, Geoff Toovey and Andrew Voss are urging Australians aged 50-74 to get Get2It and take the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program test when it comes in the mail. About 1 in 13 Australians will develop colon cancer in their lifetime. This test can detect cancer in its early stages so it can be treated more quickly. Visit the Cancer Council website for more information. The M&M'S Comedy Spotlight will hit the Australian comedy scene in August 2022 to help bridge the diversity gap by encouraging greater representation in the arts and entertainment industries. The Comedy Spotlight aims to support emerging talent through mentoring, financial support and events. Established comedian Nazeem Hussain will be a mentor and is excited about the opportunity to give back to the comedy scene after overcoming his own adversity in the industry. Nazeem will provide unique and valuable advice to aspiring comedians. To enter the Comedy Spotlight — and to gain mentorship from Nazeem Hussain and access to promotional support — visit the project's website. Nike is a second-year partner of the Melbourne Marathon, allowing athletes of all skill levels to converge at the starting line on October 2nd. From the beginner to the elite runner looking to achieve a personal best, Nike aims to support all levels with its recently launched 4x Free Custom Training Plans utilizing the Nike Run Club App and its Audio Guided Runs. So as you prepare to hit the pavement, visit the Nike Run Club app website to maximize your workout. Leading outdoor retailer Anaconda has announced the launch of its largest outdoor retail concept, Anaconda Adventure HQ. The new store at Hume Highway, Chullora, Sydney will be the largest and most interactive adventure store in the southern hemisphere. The new center will feature expanded and exclusive product ranges, including the launch of boats, caravans and camper trailers, as well as unique interactive and customer experiences such as a fishing simulator and a 40-foot barramundi and Australian bass aquarium used for fishing demonstrations.

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What's up? The 10 best TV and streaming tips for Friday

The Last Leg is back for a new run, Northern Ireland meets England at Euro, there's Glen Campbell, a new adaptation of Jane Austen's Persuasion, Spider-Man: No Way Home and James May: Our Man in Italy. . . (Author: Gardener)

FridayThe Last Leg is back for a new run, Northern Ireland meets England at Euro, there's Glen Campbell, a new adaptation of Jane Austen's Persuasion, Spider-Man: No Way Home and James May: Our Man in Italy. Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker return for their 25th run in a hilarious throwback to the defining moments of the past seven days. Meanwhile, the hashtag #isitok paves the way for the gang to round up, examine and explain the week's leading and most entertaining news stories. Northern Ireland's last group game is also its toughest – against hosts England (kick-off 8pm). Jacqui Hurley covers all the action from the final match of both sides in Group A, to be played at St Mary's Stadium, Southampton. England will go into this game as heavy favorites having won 4-0 at home and 5-0 away between the two teams in the last World Cup qualifiers. Of even more concern for coach Kenny Shiels and his side, England come into play after an incredible 8-0 win over Norway. But despite losing their first two games, the green-white army will look to improve their game in their first-ever major international women's tournament. Another chance to get this insight into the life of music legend Glen Campbell, who passed away five years ago. It documents his remarkable journey from an impoverished childhood to worldwide fame with hits like "Wichita Lineman" and "Rhinestone Cowboy". Featuring contributions from family, friends and colleagues including Jimmy Webb, Micky Dolenz and Bob Harris. At 11.30pm follows An Evening with Glenn Campbell, an archival concert performed at London's Royal Festival Hall in 1977. Clive Myrie and guests present the first night of the Proms live from the Royal Albert Hall in London. The eight-week music season kicks off with a bang when conductor Sakari Oramo and the BBC Symphony Orchestra take on Verdi's Requiem. The orchestra will be joined by the BBC Symphony Chorus and Crouch End Festival Chorus, as well as a quartet of soloists - soprano Masabane Cecilia Rangwanasha, mezzo-soprano Jennifer Johnston, tenor Freddie De Tommaso and bass-baritone Kihwan Sim. We need your permission to publish this YouTube to load content. We use YouTube to manage additional content, which may place cookies on your device and collect data about your activities. Living on the brink of bankruptcy with her snooty family, Anne Elliot (Johnson) is a misfit woman with modern sensibilities. When Frederick Wentworth (Cosmo Jarvis) - the dashing one she once sent away - rushes back into her life, Anne must choose between putting the past behind her or following her heart when it comes to second chances. This three-part documentary promises to delve deep into a small lingerie company's rise to global dominance. From 1995 to 2019, the company hosted an annual fashion show that served as a pop culture marquee event. There was Bella Hadid, for example, strutting her stuff past her ex-boyfriend The Weeknd as he performed live on stage, and Elsa Hosk, who almost hit Ariana Grande with her massive angel wings. Over the years it has been home to some of history's greatest supermodels, including Heidi Klum, Naomi Campbell, Tyra Banks, Gisele Bundchen, Alessandra Ambrosio and Adriana Lima. Most recently, Kendall Jenner, Gigi and Bella Hadid, Josephine Skriver and Elsa Hosk have walked the runway. Spider-Man: No Way Home, Sky Cinema & NOW For the first time in Spider-Man cinematic history, the identity of our friendly neighborhood hero is revealed. As a result, it brings his superhero duties into conflict with his normal life and endangers those he cares about most. When he enlists Doctor Strange's help to solve his mystery, the spell rips a hole in their world and frees the most powerful villains to ever battle a Spider-Man in any universe. It's Zed and Addison's last year in Seabrook, which has become a sanctuary for monsters and humans alike. Zed tries to get a football scholarship to be the first zombie to go to college, and Addison organizes an international cheer-off. When intergalactic misfits show up to compete in the cheer-off, Seabrook becomes suspicious that they might be looking for more than friendly competition. James May: Our Man in Italy, Amazon Prime Video In the new series, James will bring his humor and personality to his latest adventure as he travels across Italy. As Romesh Ranganathan's comedy comes to a close, the family head to a zombie-style hotel for Spencer's birthday. We need your consent to load this YouTube content. We use YouTube to manage additional content, which may place cookies on your device and collect data about your activities. We need your consent to load this YouTube content. 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July 15 - Health is wealth

The daily news cycle is an endless stream of shock and horror, but Feel-Good Friday is here to bring some balance to the universe and offer a glimmer of hope to humanity. So pop the lid off a frothy […] (Author: Gardener)

July 15 - HealthThe daily news cycle is an endless stream of shock and horror, but Feel-Good Friday is here to bring some balance to the universe and offer a glimmer of hope to humanity. After two years, TEDxSydney is back in person at Sydney Town Hall on Friday 5 August with this year's IMPRINT theme, where speakers will give us insights and new ways of thinking about the future, a future that is more hopeful and inspiring than she is currently presented . The latest panel of speakers has just been announced and features leaders, innovators and thinkers who can offer new solutions to the old problems of how to tell better stories and how to live, work, care, laugh and survive better. The architects of the Uluru Statement have teamed up with THE ICONIC to release a new t-shirt in support of a First Nations voice in Parliament. The t-shirt was designed by acclaimed APY artist and leader of the Uluru Dialogue leadership team, Sally Scales - a proud Pitjantjatjara woman. Created with the Scales family in mind, the new design represents a powerful message of support for a constitutionally enshrined voice of Parliament that has endured for generations - shown by incorporating the artistic styles of her mother, grandmother and Sally herself . The t-shirt is available in adult and children's sizes exclusively from THE ICONIC, in a partnership aimed at spreading national awareness and support for the Uluru Declaration in the run-up to a referendum. Guide Dogs VIC is celebrating the arrival of its winter litter, but the young pups need loving and responsible volunteers to help them over the next twelve months while they develop some of the basic skills needed before their formal guide dog training. Volunteer puppy trainers play a crucial role in transforming young puppies into budding guide dogs that will one day provide the independence and freedom that blind or partially sighted people need. Visit the Guide Dogs website to learn more and apply to be a Puppy Raiser. NRL stars and commentators Petero Civoniceva, Geoff Toovey and Andrew Voss are urging Australians aged 50-74 to get Get2It and take the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program test when it comes in the mail. About 1 in 13 Australians will develop colon cancer in their lifetime. This test can detect cancer in its early stages so it can be treated more quickly. Visit the Cancer Council website for more information. The M&M'S Comedy Spotlight will hit the Australian comedy scene in August 2022 to help bridge the diversity gap by encouraging greater representation in the arts and entertainment industries. The Comedy Spotlight aims to support emerging talent through mentoring, financial support and events. Established comedian Nazeem Hussain will be a mentor and is excited about the opportunity to give back to the comedy scene after overcoming his own adversity in the industry. Nazeem will provide unique and valuable advice to aspiring comedians. To enter the Comedy Spotlight — and to gain mentorship from Nazeem Hussain and access to promotional support — visit the project's website. Nike is a second-year partner of the Melbourne Marathon, allowing athletes of all skill levels to converge at the starting line on October 2nd. From the beginner to the elite runner looking to achieve a personal best, Nike aims to support all levels with its recently launched 4x Free Custom Training Plans utilizing the Nike Run Club App and its Audio Guided Runs. So as you prepare to hit the pavement, visit the Nike Run Club app website to maximize your workout. Leading outdoor retailer Anaconda has announced the launch of its largest outdoor retail concept, Anaconda Adventure HQ. The new store at Hume Highway, Chullora, Sydney will be the largest and most interactive adventure store in the southern hemisphere. The new center will feature expanded and exclusive product ranges, including the launch of boats, caravans and camper trailers, as well as unique interactive and customer experiences such as a fishing simulator and a 40-foot barramundi and Australian bass aquarium used for fishing demonstrations.

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