44-years-old Megan Gale flaunted her tri Perth
44-years-old Megan Gale flaunted her trim pins in Emerald green swimsuit in Perth
Megan Gale lounged poolside in Perth and flaunted her trim pins in an emerald green swimsuit this week. She shared her photos on Instagram on Friday. The mother-of-two was enjoying her time at a luxurious Crown Towers with her family. She flaunted her legs while she was sitting on a pool chair draped in a light green shawl over her shoulders. She looked off the camera with a beautiful smile on her face. Her dark locks were over her shoulders, and you can also notice her Louis Vuitton bag next to her. In another image, she was seen soaking up the water view. She wrote, “hard to beat a Perth summer” in the caption. She spent time with her family in her hometown of Perth over Christmas. Her AFL star fiancé Shaun Hampson and two childer River and Rosie were there with her. Last year in a post on Instagram, she mentioned that she is not planning to have any more children. They have decided not to make more children.
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Sensory backpacks making Perth's panto more accessible
The audience in Scotland, in this pantomime season, is packing the venues in the town and cities to purchase their festive fix of princesses, heroes, dames, and villains.
While for some of the people, a walk to the theatre is far from a fairytale dream.
For the people who are suffering from conditions like dementia and autism, the experience can often be intimidating.
But, one Scottish venue has finally come up with a hopeful solution that might help them.
Perth Theatre and Concert Hall is providing their audience, who are in need or want, a unique sensory backpack that will help them to cope up with the enthusiastic singing, bright lights, and unexpected sound effects.
The venue allows the sensory backpacks to be borrowed for free before of performances of this year's pantomime, 'Sinbad.'
These backpacks have a wide range of items, including cuddly toys, ear defenders, timers, and weighted blankets.
Everything inside the venue is planned to help reduce anxiety, and their staff has also been trained to help.
Melbourne United end Wildcats' winning streak in Perth
Melbourne United, with a dominant 13-point win over the Perth Wildcats at RAC Arena on Saturday, managed to close up the gap between the top two teams in the NBL.
Both Shawn Long and Melo Trimble took turns in taking the game up to the Wildcats. The reigning premiers had no response to them and ended with the final score 87-74.
Trimble came as a trouble for the Wildcats from the opening tip-off. He scored eight points in the first term on his way to 23.
Long also managed to score 23 points with his big dunks that will feature on the highlight reel.
The result of the game ended the second-placed Wildcats' four-game winning streak, on the same day, ladder-leaders Sydney also lost to the Brisbane Bullets.
Melbourne had won back-to-back games for the first time since obtaining victory in six straight from rounds five to eight.
Perth takes the fight to NRL over expansion snub.
A leading Western Australian businessman has vowed to take the fight to the NRL, refusing to give up hope of an expansion side in Perth.
Though there has been a collective push for the NRL to turn to Perth after the Western Reds were axed in 1997, the new chairman of the Australian Rugby League Commission (ARLC) Peter V'landys has spoken against the move.
V'landys, in a recent interview, describing his blueprint for a probable expansion in the next broadcast deal in 2023, said that according to his personal view, the NRL should not drain money investing in diehard AFL states.
He said that he prefers to adding a second team in Brisbane alongside the Broncos and pointed to player welfare concerns.
This report from V'landys infuriated the league community in Western Australia, and Peter Cumins, executive deputy chairman of Cash Converters, said that they are not about to roll over.
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16-year-old boy dies after cutting leg climbing on Perth shopping center roof
A teenage 16-year-old boy died while climbing onto a shopping center roof in Perth. The boy died due to cutting open his thigh while climbing.
The police and the ambulance both arrived at the location at around 5:20 am after receiving the reports of a 16-year-old boy stuck on the roof of the South Lake shopping center, on Berrigan Drive, with a severe laceration to his thigh.
WA said that two of the deceased friends before calling the emergency services, climbed up the building to help the boy.
The young man was brought down to the ground with the help of the Department of Fire and Emergency Services personnel.
The teenager was hurriedly taken to the nearby Fiona Stanley Hospital. The hospital reported that the boy died a short time after he arrived at the hospital.
WA Police said that they would prepare a report for the coroner.
Health Department issue warning after potentially toxic algae discovered in Swan River
An urgent warning was issued by the Health Department advising people not to eat shellfish, crabs, or fish, which are collected from the Swan River. Potentially toxic algae were discovered in the waters of the Swan River.
A recent examination has verified there are high levels of potentially highly toxic microscopic algae in the Swan River.
Doctors are saying that paralytic shellfish poisoning could be the result of eating the contaminated fish and crabs.
This can lead to dizziness, nausea, slurred speech, numbness of the lips, and in extreme cases, muscular paralysis.
The Health Department said that even cooking mussels, clams, fish, or oysters will not destroy the toxins.
The affected area of the river stretches from Pelican Point to Como Jetty and upstream to the Tonkin Highway bridge.
While swimming in the water is still considered safe, but areas having a red discoloration in the water should be avoided.
Australia man uses heatwave to cook a pork roast in the car.
Australia has been currently facing an intense heatwave. While most of the people have been confined in their home with something cool to drink, but one person came out of the blue and used the heatwave to do the unlikeliest of things.
Pengelly successfully prepared a pork roast in a baking tin, on a scorching hot day in Australia, which he put on the car seat of his red Datsun Sunny for 10 hours.
After cooking the pork roast, he shared his excitement on facebook with his friend and followers.
He wrote, "I tried to cook about 1.5 kg pork roast inside an old Datsun Sunny for nearly 10 hrs on a 39-degree day, and it worked a treat!"
He humourlessly advised people not to leave anything valuable in the hot car for even a minute.
His Facebook was soon flooded with responses where one user invited him for his roast.
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Brit's strangest consular queries included Rapper's number and sperm concerns
Britons sent some oddest questions to the Foreign Office this year, among which US rapper 50 Cent's phone number was one. Another call to the department was about a complaint from a holiday-maker in which he complains about the quality of the food he got on the flight. A request was also made from the embassy staff to retrieve a pair of headphones from a French hotel room. The foreign office issued details of several strange inquiries made during 2019 and also released a list of complaints which the office can assist with. A spokesperson with the department said in a statement that they couldn't provide contact details of a famous rapper or collect lost items from a hotel. They also cannot offer any assistance on Windsor Castle's dress code. They also got a query from a British couple in China who was taking the service of a sperm donor. They wanted to know if the department can verify the nationality of the sperm as British.
Capras squad flaunted new look while putting in the hard yards
Rockhampton Leagues Club Capras still lacks a million-dollar signing, but David Faiumu, who is the coach of the team, said that he is confident that he has built a hard-working and skillful team for the upcoming season in 2020. He said in his statement that he has 38 players in the team who are ready to give their best. The boys, according to him, are improving every day. The team has been doing tough training all month long, and they are getting stronger, both mentally and physically. They are excited to get a good perspective for the future. The players are currently enjoying their Christmas break before returning to training in January. The team will look very different from the 2019 version. Aaron Pene (Melbourne Storm), who is among the lead performers is moving on along with Aufaga-Toomaga (Brisbane Broncos), Elijah Anderson (North Queensland Cowboys), Jamie Hill (Tweed Heads Seagulls) and Billy Gilbert (Ipswich Jets). Faiumu mentioned that Capras had signed center Jack Gibbons who played in the Ron Massey cup in NSW. Also, back-rower Jurt Atkinson was signed who has played in the lower leagues in Sydney.
Red-bellied poisonous black snake found in Queensland garage
A snake was found hiding in a pile of electrical cords in a Queensland garage. It was disguising itself among the wires in a very clever manner. Tony Harrison, who is a snake catcher, was called to capture the camouflaged reptile at Logan home south of Brisbane on Friday. He said in a statement that when he saw the red and black leads, he thought it is going to be a tough but exciting job. However, he took only two minutes to find the snake. It was a tiny and young snake, but it is considered dangerous as the venom is potent from day one. Harrison posted a video on Facebook in which he was seen looking in the wire and saying, “where are you, little man.” He held it with its tail on finding it along with a wire of a similar color. He mentioned in the video that it was hard to figure out which was wire and which was a snake. A voice was heard in the video of a little boy who was saying that the snake was cute. He appeared later and helped Harrison to put the snake in the bag.
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Lille’s stance on Liverpool target Victor Osimhen as Jurgen Klopp plots January transfer.
As the January transfer window approaches, Liverpool looks interested in signing Lille forward Victor Osimhen.
As Liverpool step up their interest in the attacker, Lille is now resigned to losing Victor Osimhen but want to keep him until the summer at least. Victor Osimhen has scored 10 Ligue 1 goals this season.
He was signed for £10.8million from Belgian side Charleroi in August, but his host of extraordinary performances has increased his value once again.
Liverpool has been keeping tabs on Victor Osimhen since Jurgen Klopp has demanded detailed scouting reports on the player.
Even though the French side has accepted that they will have to sell their prized asset, but they want to keep him until the summer.
As a result of that, they will be holding January bids for the attacker.
Lille is believed to be able to demand a high price for Victor Osimhen when talking to the interested parties.