Married At First Sight's Jessika Power has hinted she might be ready to call time on her romance with MAFS alumni Nick Furphy. After clashing with her boyfriend during a recent Bali vacation, the blonde has shared a cryptic post about heartbreak to social media. The 27-year-old reality TV star took to Instagram on Thursday with a passage about knowing when it's time to break-up with someone. Ready for the single life? Married At First Sight star Jessika Power has shared a cryptic quote about love after a clash with boyfriend Nick Furphy in Bali In a possibly revealing quote, Jess shared the passage about moving on after a relationship has run its course. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'Worst show ever!' Channel Seven's absurd new dating series... The photo of Jessika Power you can't unsee! Married At First... Four bedrooms, a huge spa and hidden away in the bush:... 'Is it nine months or 10 months of pregnancy?' MAFS star... … [Read more...] about Ready for the single life? Married At First Sight star Jessika Power shares a cryptic quote about heartbreak after a clash with beau Nick Furphy in Bali
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Tim Westwood's bright red van is parked outside Radio 1. I know this because Tim Westwood's bright red van has his name painted on it in big white letters. Inside, a courier turns to a security guard. "What the hell is that ?" Another man walks in. "Is that Tim Westwood's bloody van outside?" Next comes the veteran DJ Simon Mayo. "I see Tim Westwood's here." The first guy shakes his head. "I'll tell you what that's about, Simon. M-O-N-E-Y." "And the flava," Mayo deadpans. "Don't forget the flava." As if. Because Tim Westwood has flava to burn. Two decades after making his debut as a pirate DJ, he is doing what he loves, playing the the latest in US rap. To the half million British fans who listen to his weekend shows on Radio 1, he is, quite simply, Westwood: the face of hip-hop. The white face of hip-hop. Straight outta Lowestoft, son of Bill, the late Bishop of Peterborough. No, make that the white, faintly wrinkled face of hip-hop, complete with transatlantic intonation and … [Read more...] about The real-life Ali G
Matthew Walker has learned to dread the question “What do you do?” At parties, it signals the end of his evening; thereafter, his new acquaintance will inevitably cling to him like ivy. On an aeroplane, it usually means that while everyone else watches movies or reads a thriller, he will find himself running an hours-long salon for the benefit of passengers and crew alike. “I’ve begun to lie,” he says. “Seriously. I just tell people I’m a dolphin trainer. It’s better for everyone.” Walker is a sleep scientist. To be specific, he is the director of the Center for Human Sleep Science at the University of California, Berkeley, a research institute whose goal – possibly unachievable – is to understand everything about sleep’s impact on us, from birth to death, in sickness and health. No wonder, then, that people long for his counsel. As the line between work and leisure grows ever more blurred, rare is the person who … [Read more...] about ‘Sleep should be prescribed’: what those late nights out could be costing you
Vladimir Putin’s spokesman has attacked a lavish Monte Carlo party attended by two Russia players days after their Euro 2016 failure as “a shameless display of conceit”. Video posted online shows the players – the forward Aleksandr Kokorin and the midfielder Pavel Mamaev – at the Twiga nightclub surrounded by champagne and sparklers as Russia’s national anthem plays in the background. Reports of the event in the Russian press alleged that the pair had ordered 500 bottles of Armand de Brignac champagne during the evening, spending a total of €250,000 on drinks alone. Both players deny the claim. Mamaev’s club, FC Krasnodar, reacted by calling their player “outrageous and unacceptable”, while Korokin’s club, Zenit St Petersburg, expressed “extreme disappointment”. Both clubs fined the players and demoted them to their youth teams, with a Zenit statement adding: “Unfortunately, some Russian players can … [Read more...] about Russia players deny spending €250,000 on champagne after Euro 2016 exit
Shortly before Atos bought its way out of the contract to conduct the government’s controversial fitness-for-work testing scheme, the company briefed journalists about the scale of abuse its employees were facing. As well as periodic bomb threats to its testing centres, the company said managers had recorded about 163 incidents of assault or abuse against staff every month in 2013. Online, the abuse was vitriolic. One Facebook post asked: “Know anyone who works for Atos? Kill them”; another described employees as “murderous scumbags”. In the past six years the company has been targeted repeatedly by protesters who picket its offices, waving placards that state: “Atos Doesn’t Give a Toss”, or more brutally: “Atos Kills.” To counter the heightened sense of alarm, Atos doctors and nurses were equipped with panic buttons, and the layout of the assessment rooms was changed so that health assessors could sit close to the door, … [Read more...] about After hated Atos quits, will Maximus make work assessments less arduous?