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18 Jun 19
News Directory

ABILENE, Texas (KTAB / KRBC) – Election results are now coming in for Abilene City Council runoff elections. FINAL RESULTS Kyle McAlister (inc.) – 2,922 votes Cory Clements – 2,838 votes The Saturday election was long, going after he had received no more than 50 per cent of the votes in the general election in […]

18 Jun 19
Global News

The City of Lethbridge is introducing a $50-per-tonne surcharge on business waste haulers if loads to the landfill contain more than 25 per cent recyclable material. 

18 Jun 19
The Australian

Property owner and funds manager GPT Group said it wants to raise as much as $850 million in new capital, partly to fund the purchase of a stake in a waterfront office and retail complex in Sydney.

18 Jun 19
Nappy News

Repeat offenders risk having boats seized Refugees float on a dinghy before they are rescued off the coast of Lampedusa, Italy ( Reuters ) Italy has passed a law to fine any boat rescuing refugees from sea up to €50,000 (£44,000), despite hundreds having died en route this year.

18 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
EATING tuna steak instead of beef steak could cut the risk of an early death by 17 per cent. Jenny Francis has other simple swaps that could help you live to a ripe old age. A simple change in eating habits can have a big impact on your health Milk for dark chocolate Swapping milk for dark chocolate can help deter heart disease and cancer DARK chocolate is lower in sugar and fat than its milk counterpart. Chocolate of 70 per cent cocoa and above is also higher in antioxidants. These prevent oxidative stress, which inflicts damage on cells and tissues in the body, leading to problems including heart disease and cancer. Pork for chicken Pork can be high in saturated fats, making chicken a healthier option SOME processed pork, such as bacon, is high in saturated fats which can raise cholesterol, leading to heart problems, obesity and life-threatening conditions. Swapping for leaner chicken and turkey can provide protein without some of the negative properties of processed pork. Sugar for honey Honey comes with far less health risks than refined sugar which is linked to conditions such as obesity and diabetes REFINED sugar is linked to a range of negative health conditions including obesity and diabetes. So swapping it for honey on porridge, in desserts or even in your coffee, can give you a more natural sweet hit without the same number of associated risks. Crisps for popcorn Choosing popcorn rather than crisps could save you eight grams of fat per serving MOST crisps are high in saturated fats, calories and salt and have next to no nutritional value. Opt instead for a bag of lightly seasoned popcorn, which gives your body antioxidants, nutrients and fibre, and could save you eight grams of fat and 50 calories per 25g serving. Potato for sweet potato Sweet potatoes are packed with more minerals and vitamins than potatoes POTATOES are good for you but sweet potatoes may be a better option for those watching their weight. Sweet potatoes are less likely to cause a blood sugar spike and are packed with more minerals and vitamins. Ice cream for frozen yoghurt Frozen yoghurt is easier to digest and lower in saturated fats than ice cream ICE CREAM is extremely high in sugar and fat. While frozen yoghurt is still high in sugar, it is considered easier to digest and is usually lower in saturated fats and refined sugars. Butter for olive oil Choosing olive oil spreads over butter can reduce calorie intake OLIVE-oil-based spreads are healthier than butter, as they feature unsaturated fat. Butter is a saturated fat which can increase “bad” cholesterol that lead to heart disease and obesity. Switching to olive oil spreads can improve your diet and reduce calorie intake. Cocktails for G&T Cocktails can be high in sugar, with spirits and diet mixers being a healthier option SOME cocktails contain high amounts of sugar, adding hundreds of calories to your drink thanks to the mixers, flavoured syrups and alcoholic options. If you swap your cocktail order for a spirit and diet mixer you will reduce your calorie and sugar intake. Cereal for porridge Most cereals contain high sugar levels while porridge oats are virtually sugar free MOST boxed cereals – even those branded as “healthy”, like granola – contain high sugar levels. Swapping these for porridge oats means your breakfast will be virtually sugar-free and very high in fibre – which reduces risk of death from cardiovascular, infectious and respiratory diseases. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Cheddar for feta Feta is far lower in fat and calories than cheddar CHEESE can be high in fats so needs to be eaten in moderation. Feta is a lot lower in fat and calories than aged cheeses like Cheddar or Parmesan. One ounce of cheddar or Parmesan has more than 110 calories and 7g fat, compared to just 74 calories and 6g fat in Feta. [bc_video video_id=”6045303449001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Thrifty mum Kaitie Pursell reveals how she buys and prepares multiple family meals in just hours”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk  
18 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
EATING tuna steak instead of beef steak could cut the risk of an early death by 17 per cent. Jenny Francis has other simple swaps that could help you live to a ripe old age. A simple change in eating habits can have a big impact on your health Milk for dark chocolate Swapping milk for dark chocolate can help deter heart disease and cancer DARK chocolate is lower in sugar and fat than its milk counterpart. Chocolate of 70 per cent cocoa and above is also higher in antioxidants. These prevent oxidative stress, which inflicts damage on cells and tissues in the body, leading to problems including heart disease and cancer. Pork for chicken Pork can be high in saturated fats, making chicken a healthier option SOME processed pork, such as bacon, is high in saturated fats which can raise cholesterol, leading to heart problems, obesity and life-threatening conditions. Swapping for leaner chicken and turkey can provide protein without some of the negative properties of processed pork. Sugar for honey Honey comes with far less health risks than refined sugar which is linked to conditions such as obesity and diabetes REFINED sugar is linked to a range of negative health conditions including obesity and diabetes. So swapping it for honey on porridge, in desserts or even in your coffee, can give you a more natural sweet hit without the same number of associated risks. Crisps for popcorn Choosing popcorn rather than crisps could save you eight grams of fat per serving MOST crisps are high in saturated fats, calories and salt and have next to no nutritional value. Opt instead for a bag of lightly seasoned popcorn, which gives your body antioxidants, nutrients and fibre, and could save you eight grams of fat and 50 calories per 25g serving. Potato for sweet potato Sweet potatoes are packed with more minerals and vitamins than potatoes POTATOES are good for you but sweet potatoes may be a better option for those watching their weight. Sweet potatoes are less likely to cause a blood sugar spike and are packed with more minerals and vitamins. Ice cream for frozen yoghurt Frozen yoghurt is easier to digest and lower in saturated fats than ice cream ICE CREAM is extremely high in sugar and fat. While frozen yoghurt is still high in sugar, it is considered easier to digest and is usually lower in saturated fats and refined sugars. Butter for olive oil Choosing olive oil spreads over butter can reduce calorie intake OLIVE-oil-based spreads are healthier than butter, as they feature unsaturated fat. Butter is a saturated fat which can increase “bad” cholesterol that lead to heart disease and obesity. Switching to olive oil spreads can improve your diet and reduce calorie intake. Cocktails for G&T Cocktails can be high in sugar, with spirits and diet mixers being a healthier option SOME cocktails contain high amounts of sugar, adding hundreds of calories to your drink thanks to the mixers, flavoured syrups and alcoholic options. If you swap your cocktail order for a spirit and diet mixer you will reduce your calorie and sugar intake. Cereal for porridge Most cereals contain high sugar levels while porridge oats are virtually sugar free MOST boxed cereals – even those branded as “healthy”, like granola – contain high sugar levels. Swapping these for porridge oats means your breakfast will be virtually sugar-free and very high in fibre – which reduces risk of death from cardiovascular, infectious and respiratory diseases. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Cheddar for feta Feta is far lower in fat and calories than cheddar CHEESE can be high in fats so needs to be eaten in moderation. Feta is a lot lower in fat and calories than aged cheeses like Cheddar or Parmesan. One ounce of cheddar or Parmesan has more than 110 calories and 7g fat, compared to just 74 calories and 6g fat in Feta. [bc_video video_id=”6045303449001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Thrifty mum Kaitie Pursell reveals how she buys and prepares multiple family meals in just hours”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk  
18 Jun 19
The Sun
EATING tuna steak instead of beef steak could cut the risk of an early death by 17 per cent. Jenny Francis has other simple swaps that could help you live to a ripe old age. A simple change in eating habits can have a big impact on your health Milk for dark chocolate Swapping milk for dark chocolate can help deter heart disease and cancer DARK chocolate is lower in sugar and fat than its milk counterpart. Chocolate of 70 per cent cocoa and above is also higher in antioxidants. These prevent oxidative stress, which inflicts damage on cells and tissues in the body, leading to problems including heart disease and cancer. Pork for chicken Pork can be high in saturated fats, making chicken a healthier option SOME processed pork, such as bacon, is high in saturated fats which can raise cholesterol, leading to heart problems, obesity and life-threatening conditions. Swapping for leaner chicken and turkey can provide protein without some of the negative properties of processed pork. Sugar for honey Honey comes with far less health risks than refined sugar which is linked to conditions such as obesity and diabetes REFINED sugar is linked to a range of negative health conditions including obesity and diabetes. So swapping it for honey on porridge, in desserts or even in your coffee, can give you a more natural sweet hit without the same number of associated risks. Crisps for popcorn Choosing popcorn rather than crisps could save you eight grams of fat per serving MOST crisps are high in saturated fats, calories and salt and have next to no nutritional value. Opt instead for a bag of lightly seasoned popcorn, which gives your body antioxidants, nutrients and fibre, and could save you eight grams of fat and 50 calories per 25g serving. Potato for sweet potato Sweet potatoes are packed with more minerals and vitamins than potatoes POTATOES are good for you but sweet potatoes may be a better option for those watching their weight. Sweet potatoes are less likely to cause a blood sugar spike and are packed with more minerals and vitamins. Ice cream for frozen yoghurt Frozen yoghurt is easier to digest and lower in saturated fats than ice cream ICE CREAM is extremely high in sugar and fat. While frozen yoghurt is still high in sugar, it is considered easier to digest and is usually lower in saturated fats and refined sugars. Butter for olive oil Choosing olive oil spreads over butter can reduce calorie intake OLIVE-oil-based spreads are healthier than butter, as they feature unsaturated fat. Butter is a saturated fat which can increase “bad” cholesterol that lead to heart disease and obesity. Switching to olive oil spreads can improve your diet and reduce calorie intake. Cocktails for G&T Cocktails can be high in sugar, with spirits and diet mixers being a healthier option SOME cocktails contain high amounts of sugar, adding hundreds of calories to your drink thanks to the mixers, flavoured syrups and alcoholic options. If you swap your cocktail order for a spirit and diet mixer you will reduce your calorie and sugar intake. Cereal for porridge Most cereals contain high sugar levels while porridge oats are virtually sugar free MOST boxed cereals – even those branded as “healthy”, like granola – contain high sugar levels. Swapping these for porridge oats means your breakfast will be virtually sugar-free and very high in fibre – which reduces risk of death from cardiovascular, infectious and respiratory diseases. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Cheddar for feta Feta is far lower in fat and calories than cheddar CHEESE can be high in fats so needs to be eaten in moderation. Feta is a lot lower in fat and calories than aged cheeses like Cheddar or Parmesan. One ounce of cheddar or Parmesan has more than 110 calories and 7g fat, compared to just 74 calories and 6g fat in Feta. [bc_video video_id=”6045303449001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Thrifty mum Kaitie Pursell reveals how she buys and prepares multiple family meals in just hours”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk  
18 Jun 19
Invasion of Bardi

Ed Sheeran made an announcement revealing his next project, a collection of collaborations accompanied by a redacted tracklist. No.6 Collaborations Project will feature Cardi B., Eminem, Bruno Mars, Camila Cabello, Ella Mai, and 50 Cent, No. 6 Collaborations Project, which drops July 12th, The song Cardi is featured on is called “South of the Border” that will also feature Camilla Cabello.

18 Jun 19
News Directory

– TessVan Straaten Photography by Don Denton Story courtesy of Boulevard Magazine, Black Press Media publication Like Boulevard Magazine on Facebook and follow them on Instagram When Ted Hancock and Shawn Richardson decided to work to launch the Incredible Home brand, they did not think that their relationship would be the subject of discussion. “People […]

18 Jun 19
Variety

Following on its statements last week that it will be filing a lawsuit on behalf of several Universal Music recording artists impacted by a 2008 fire that destroyed a huge number of master recordings, a Los Angeles law firm has requested a “complete inventory” from the company. Addressed to UMG CEO and chairman Lucian Grainge, […]

18 Jun 19
Jaya Smith

The Baltimore City Council is considering a ban on plastic bags…again. This time, June 2019, the bill was proposed by Bill Henry however it has been attempted on eight other occasions in the City of Baltimore. This alone should show there’s still something wrong with the legislation, either it’s not worth it or the city […]

18 Jun 19
Boxing News and Views

Rapper 50 Cent often finds himself linked to the boxing world. His involvement as a promoter these days isn’t particularly clear but a few years back a planned venture with old buddy Floyd Mayweather while it didn’t work out it certainly positioned him into the boxing conversation. Since then he’s continued to bash Floyd on […]

18 Jun 19
ABIX

Original article by Eli Greenblat The Australian – Page: 17 & 20 : 19-Jun-19 Coles Group has outlined plans to reduce costs by $1bn over the next four years in a bid to arrest the 20 per cent downturn in earnings over the last two years. The proceeds from the cost-cutting program will be redirected […]

18 Jun 19
Money Cultural

The best dad ever? Really though? I was watching a video from Tommy Sotomayor on his channel and the video called Man Who Has 49 Children Gets 18 Year Old Homeless Woman Pregnant & Shes Excited!! The 43 year old CUNY maths professor Ari Nagel aka The Sperminator has impregnated a ghetto harlot who is […]

18 Jun 19
Shelby Harrison

Lately something that has really been weighing on my mind is… well, my life. That’s really vague, so here’s what I mean: My future. Here is a little about me so you understand what I mean. I am in my second year of online college at Indiana University. I did 3 years previously at IU […]