Teen Mom OG's Mackenzie McKee's, 25, mother has passed away after battling brain and lung cancer. Angie Douthit was diagnosed in January 2018 and has been documenting her journey with followers on social media. The heartbreaking news was announced on Angie's social media page to her 105K supporters on Tuesday. Scroll down for video RIP: Teen Mom OG's Mackenzie McKee revealed her mom Angie had lost her long battle with cancer on Monday 'On Monday, December 9 at 11:37pm, Angie finished her race,' the post read. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Teen Mom's Mackenzie McKee declares breakup with husband... Teen Mom OG: Amber Portwood describes mental health as... Mackenzie McKee of Teen Mom 3 will join Teen Mom OG for... Mackenzie McKee of Teen Mom 3 is being 'considered' for a... Share this article Share 'Her last days were spent lovingly surrounded by family and friends as they prayed, sang, and shared funny Angie stories.' … [Read more...] about Teen Mom OG’s Mackenzie McKee devastated after her mother Angie dies following long battle with cancer
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World-renowned holiday advice website TripAdvisor has named its top ten beaches in Australia. While Sydney's Manly beach takes the top spot thanks to its glorious sandy shores and prime location, the world-famous Bondi beach doesn't even scrape the top five. TripAdvisor announces the Travellers' Choice beach awards every year and they are based on the quality and quantity of traveller reviews and ratings gathered over a 12-month period. Scroll down to see the full list of the top 10 Australian beaches according to the review website. 1. Manly Beach Manly Beach topped the TripAdvisor list, and it's no surprise the iconic beach bagged the top spot, thanks to its glorious sandy shores and prime surfing location Manly Beach topped the TripAdvisor list. Nestled among the Northern Beaches of Sydney, Manly has plenty of activities for visitors to enjoy, from picnics on the promenade to surfing and snorkelling in the sea. The curved shape of … [Read more...] about From the pristine sands of Whitehaven to the crystal clear waters of Turquoise Bay: TripAdvisor reveals the best ten beaches in Australia – and Bondi doesn’t even make the top five
An elderly couple died on the way to their daughters wedding when their car careered off a motorway flyover and landed upside on a road 20ft below, an inquest heard. Retired university registrar Nicholas Dennis was killed instantly in the crash on the A74 near Moffat in Dumfries and Galloway, and his wife Jean, who was in the passenger seat, died later in hospital. The couple, who lived in a £1million cottage in the upmarket village of Cookham, near Maidenhead, Berkshire were on their way to daughter Anna's wedding in Scotland which was taking place just two days later. Witnesses reported seeing the couple's silver Volkswagen Golf drift to the edge of the flyover and topple over the side. No other vehicle was involved in the crash in September last year. The inquest in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire heard that Mr Dennis, 72, had a heart condition which could have caused him to lose control of the car. Retired university registrar Nicholas Dennis (left) was killed … [Read more...] about Couple, 72 and 69, died on way to daughter’s wedding in Scotland when their car careered off motorway flyover and landed upside down on road 20 feet below, inquest hears
It is a beautiful morning on the southern tip of Greenland; the sun is high in a cloudless sky, but there is a tang of cold in the air. A crowd of Spanish tourists in red parkas has gathered at the small jetty in Narsaq, to watch boatmen who have just returned from hunting a minke whale in the open sea. From the shoreline, the Spaniards watch the men below busy themselves, slicing the whale meat into slippery rectangular chunks. They work swiftly, as if cleaning up the scene of an emergency, deferring to one young man in orange overalls. As word spreads that a catch has landed, local people arrive with carrier bags and choose from the cuts laid out on the bloodstained floor of the little boats bobbing in the water. The bags are slung on handheld scales; today, whale meat costs 80 Danish kroner a kilo, about £9. A woman pushes a wheelbarrow down the jetty, loaded with what looks like a ribcage. The whale hunter is a symbolic figure in Greenland but the flurry the Spaniards are … [Read more...] about ‘You can’t live in a museum’: the battle for Greenland’s uranium
Interventions by politicians in business disputes and takeover battles are rare in Britain.Theresa May's promise last year to block takeovers of UK companies, if it is in the national interest to do so, was therefore greeted with surprise.But what might an intervention on 'national interest' grounds look like? There's a fascinating example right now, as it happens, Down Under.Elliott Management, the US activist investor, has been agitating for the last eight months for a shake-up at BHP Billiton, the world's biggest mining company, going public with its demands a month ago.Into this battle, earlier today, waded Scott Morrison, Australia's Treasurer, the equivalent of the Chancellor of the Exchequer here. Advertisement Pointing out that BHP Billiton had been "underpinning our economy for over a century", Mr Morrison thundered: "If foreign corporate raiders think they can come in and take the Big Australian (the widely-used nickname for BHP) out of Australia, they've got … [Read more...] about Elliott digging itself a hole in BHP Billiton battle?