Cameron Daddo is tracing his famous family's roots on Who Do You Think You Are? The 55-year-old, who is taking part in season 11 of the SBS documentary, told Huffington Post Australia he has always been interested in finding out more about the origins of his family. 'There's always been a curiosity on my part about it, to the point where a few years ago I did try one of those DNA testing things, but it wasn't very conclusive,' he said. 'There's always been a curiosity' Home And Away actor Cameron Daddo is set to discover his family's history on Who Do You Think You Are? He said that he only knew 'some snippets of information' from his parents about their family's history. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Cameron Daddo makes his debut on Home and Away... 26 years... 'A whole lot of people have no clue who I am': Cameron Daddo... Too old for TikTok? Cameron Daddo, 55, attempts to do dance... Lisa Wilkinson, … [Read more...] about ‘There’s always been a curiosity’: Home And Away actor Cameron Daddo discovers convict history on Who Do You Think You Are?
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Prince Charles has been snapped attending a Sunday church service at Canisbay Church in Caithness during his royal visit to Scotland. The royal, 73, who is known as the Duke of Rothesay while in the country, has undertaken a number of appointments during his annual stay at the Castle of Mey near John O'Groats. Today, he was seen chatting with a number of people as he attended the service at Canisbay Church, which is the most northerly parish church in mainland Scotland. The royal wore traditional Scottish dress for the occasion, complementing his kilt with knee socks and a sporran. Prince Charles (left), who is currently in Scotland for his annual stay at the Castle of Mey near John O'Groats, was snapped speaking to Rev Janet Easton Berry (right), ahead of a Sunday church service at Canisbay Church in Caithness The royal, who is known as the Duke of Rothesay while in Scotland, was photographed laughing as he spoke with writer and director Murray Watts and … [Read more...] about Prince Charles dons a kilt and sporran as he attends a church service in Caithness during his annual Scotland trip
August 09, 2022 - 14:25 BST European royals' summer residences: from the Queen's Balmoral estate to Prince Albert of Monaco's French chateau, see where these royals spend the summer The Queen has returned to the Balmoral Estate in Scotland for a summer holiday at what is said to be one of her favourite places in the world, and she is not the only royal with a favoured destination for her summer break. MORE: The Queen cancels event at Balmoral castle - details The monarch's counterparts across Europe have lavish summer residences of their own in France, Sweden, Denmark and Spain. From Prince Joachim of Denmark's historic castle in the south of France to Queen Letizia of Spain's palace in Mallorca, take a look inside the beautiful residences where the European royals enjoy their downtime… Loading the player... WATCH: See inside the royal residences The Queen – Balmoral Castle Balmoral Castle … [Read more...] about The Queen, Princess Mary and more royals’ lavish summer residences to take your breath away
A “summer sale” for Channel migrants is fuelling a rise in crossings with people smugglers slashing prices by as much as £1,500 per person, it has emerged. Social media adverts, discovered on Monday by The Telegraph, saw the traffickers offering “bargain” prices and crossings on small boats that have “never been cheaper,” down from £5,000 to as little as £3,500 per migrant. The promotions were primarily targeted at Albanians who accounted for four in 10 of the nearly 3,000 migrants who crossed the Channel during a six-week period this summer. Border Force experts suggested the smugglers may be cutting prices to open up new markets like the Albanians previously unable to afford the charges. MPs on the home affairs committee have also claimed that gangs may be exploiting the court-enforced delay in deportations of illegal migrants to Rwanda to persuade them to make the crossing now before the flights start. The disclosures come as another estimated 300 Channel … [Read more...] about ‘Summer sale’ for Channel migrants fuels record crossings
A WOMAN took matters into her own hands after her partner told her she couldn’t paint their doors at home. TikTok user @lucyhamiltonathome , who calls herself the Home Style Fairy, showed how she managed to change the colour in seconds without paint. And the best part of her home transformation is that it can be reversed. She showed how she bought thick pink tape that she stuck all the way down the side of her doors to give them a colourful pop. Lucy wrote: “When he says I can’t paint the doors pink.” Within seconds, her plain white doors were fully transformed and looked incredible. More on home transformations VANTASTIC We transformed a box truck into our dream home on a budget - it's so TINY DI-WOW Woman transforms kitchen by making island using a £44 shelving unit from Ikea Her video has racked up 12,000 likes and people were quick to praise her idea. One said: “and then when he gets used to it … [Read more...] about My partner said I couldn’t paint my doors, so here’s how I changed the colour in seconds – and it can be reversed
Dan Wootton slams BBC licence fee as a 'stain' on our country SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Last week (August 2), the French Senate agreed to end the country’s television licence fee after a heated debate. Similar to the UK’s TV licence which pays for the BBC, France’s equivalent television tax is used to fund public broadcasting. Instead of a licence fee, the French Government plans to fund its public broadcasters through VAT revenues. Related articles Press a button on your boiler to instantly save on energy bills Mum shares 'substantial change' that helped save £95 on energy bill However, France’s Senate also adopted an amendment that this funding will only last until December 31, 2024. … [Read more...] about TV licence: EU countries to scrap television fee – should the UK do the same?
It’s the summer holidays which means plenty of British families are boarding flights for a week in the sun. As usual, Greece and its many stunning islands like Mykonos, Crete, Corfu and Rhodes are some of the top choices for bargain hunters. You can secure holidays to Corfu in the North West from just £146 per person on LoveHolidays! READ MORE: Greece hotel has magical overwater bungalows that cost much less than the Maldives But, after years of travel restrictions following the Covid-19 pandemic people are understandably nervous about flying. So what are the rules when travelling from the UK to Greece and all of its islands? Covid rules All of the Greek islands have the same entry rules as the Greek mainland when it comes to vaccinations and PCR-tests. Whether you’re fully vaccinated or not, you don’t currently need to show any proof of a Covid vaccination, negative test or certificate of recovery. Children and young people also do not need to have a negative … [Read more...] about Latest Greece travel rules from UK from passport validity to Covid entry requirements
This is the horrifying moment a Spanish reveller was left fighting for his life after being gored in the neck and trampled in a bullring at an annual festival. The 37-year-old, named locally as Jose Ramon Bronte Les, was left haemorrhaging blood and appeared to be virtually lifeless as he dropped to his knees in his blood-stained clothes before being pulled to safety as the animal briefly paused its attack. He was saved by an Italian cardiovascular surgeon who was on holiday and happened to be among the spectators watching the event. The specialist medic reportedly offered to perform an emergency operation at the scene and was able to stem the haemorrhaging with other emergency responders before the injured man was rushed to hospital. The drama happened on Sunday evening at a bullring in the town of Arguedas an hour's drive south of Pamplona in northern Spain. The animal that charged Jose Ramon was a young heifer, which are often used in Spanish festivals because they are … [Read more...] about Horrifying moment reveller, 37, is gored in the neck and trampled in Spanish bullring leaving him fighting for life
Another season, another viral Zara dress! And this one is even endorsed by royalty. A £32,99 pleated shirt dress from the Spanish retailer is turning into yet another inescapable summer staple. The pink number, which also comes in blue and green, has been spotted numerous times at the York Races and music festivals throughout the summer. Even Queen Letizia of Spain , 49, has been spotted wearing the number on her family holiday in Palma de Mallorca, giving it the royal seal of approval. A £32,99 pleated shirt dress from the Spanish retailer is turning into yet another inescapable summer staple Even Queen Letizia of Spain, 49, has been spotted in the number on her family holiday in Palma de Mallorca, giving it the Spanish Crown's seal of approval. Follow If you make a purchase using links on this page, MailOnline will earn an affiliate commission Get Spanish style in Queen Letizia's Zara dress … [Read more...] about Zara does it again! From European royalty to York racegoers, £32.99 dress is being hailed as THE dress of the summer
Bitter low temperatures are being forecast over the next few days, with MetService warning the country should prepare for “possibly the coldest week of the year” . Tuesday would see an “improving trend” in the South Island as a cold air mass moved up to the North Island, said MetService forecaster Aidan Pyselman. But the week would stay cold, with clear and frosty nights and a few snow flurries still expected throughout the south. The morning would still be bitterly cold, with some parts of Central Otago starting the day with a low temperature of -6C. READ MORE: Flooded dam threatened homes in Mid Canterbury Weather recap: Land slip blocks The Terrace in Wellington as wet front hits the capital 100 epic ways to enjoy winter in New Zealand MetService meteorologist Dan Corrigan said New Zealand was in line for “possibly the coldest week of the year”, particularly in sheltered inland areas down south. Road snowfall warnings remain in place for the high passes … [Read more...] about What’s ahead for New Zealand’s ‘coldest week of the year’