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25 Mar 19
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Former Towie star Dan Osborne was surrounded by women on a wild night in Belfast this weekend 121only – Celebrity News #celebritynews

25 Mar 19
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Image copyright Geograph/JThomas/David Pickersgill/PA Image caption The leaders of Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield councils have spent more than three years trying to agree on devolution in the region Political leaders in South Yorkshire say they have made a “breakthrough” on the region’s stalled devolution deal. Sheffield City Region mayor Dan Jarvis and four local […]

25 Mar 19
BIBLIOTAPHER

16-21/30 The Tales of Odyssey by Mary Pope Osborne Title: Kisah-Kisah Odisei Author: Mary Pope Osborne Genre: mythology, fantasy, cultural, children, nonfiction Publisher: Serambi Pages: 107-125 Rate: 3.25/5 Blurb Odiseus adalah seorang raja termasyur dari Ithaca. Suatu hari, ia mendapat perintah untuk bergabung dengan Raja Agamemnon, pemimpin kerajaan terluas di Yunani, untuk berperang melawan Kerajaan […]

25 Mar 19
Metro
[metro-video id=”1890094″ video=”https://videos.metro.co.uk/video/met/2019/03/25/3338913934581152585/960x540_MP4_3338913934581152585.mp4” image=”https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2019/03/25/11/11423398-0-image-a-17_1553513165016.jpg“] Former EastEnders actress Jacqueline Jossa has opened up on how cruel trolls have taunted her in social media comments. Taking to her camera on the weekend, the 26-year-old explained how complete strangers had called her ‘fat and ugly’ to the point she’s had to turn off her comments and retreat from letting anyone have their say on her posts from here on out. In the video uploaded, the mother-of-two fought back tears as she told fans that someone wrote on her page: ‘No wonder your husband doesn’t want to be with you.’ The actress took to social media to share her insight (Picture: jacjossa/Instagram) She said we need to look after out mental health: ‘I don’t like reading horrible stuff about myself. That’s kind of normal.’ ‘You don’t get constant different people coming up to you on the street saying “you’ve put on weight, you were so much better looking when you didn’t have kids or when you first came on to Eastenders”,’ she said. ‘Or “you’ve gone downhill, no wonder your husband doesn’t wanna be with you”. She apologised after getting teary (Picture: jacjossa/Instagram) ‘I get that on a daily basis and it does hurt, everything that people say to me hurts and it’s not nice.’ She added amid tears: ‘We are not in a great world and I’ve got children and I don’t want them to grow up in a scary place.’ With husband Dan Osborne (Picture: Getty Images) The actress went on to defy critics who may have called to attention the fact she does press about her family and has to accept the good with the bad by adding she is allowed to choose. ‘There are certain aspects of my life that I don’t want to talk about,’ she said. ‘I don’t want to be told I’m fat and ugly, okay?’ Her encouragement to be nicer to one another comes after the tragic death of Love Island’s Mike Thalassitis, who died by suicide on 16 March. After that, it was found 38 reality stars and people linked to TV shows around the world died from suspected suicides – some linked to trolling. Many others have called for better aftercare from showrunners in light of trolls and social media navigation. Jac’s video also comes after husband Dan Osborne was forced to deny he had hooked up with Love Island’s Alexandra Crane recently. [metro-tag-post-strip] ‘Absolutely nothing happened with Alex – Dan has been friends for a while with her after working together,’ reps for Dan and Alexandra told Metro.co.uk earlier this month. ‘They all met up with friends and enjoyed a great night out like friends do.’ [metro-fact-box id=”6306324″ title=”Need support? Contact the Samaritans” icon=”exclamation” /] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/03/16/dan-osborne-looks-downcast-amid-alexandra-cane-cheat-claims-jacqueline-jossa-defiantly-flaunts-wedding-ring-8914902/” title=”Dan Osborne looks downcast amid Alexandra Cane cheat claims as Jacqueline Jossa defiantly flaunts wedding ring”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/01/25/dan-osborne-hits-back-embarrassing-jacqueline-jossa-row-claims-8390777/” title=”Dan Osborne hits back over embarrassing Jacqueline Jossa row claims”]
25 Mar 19
Ed B on Sports

Jacqueline Jossa From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia British actress Jacqueline Jossa Jossa in 2016 Born Jacqueline Mary Jossa (1992-10-29) 29 October 1992 (age 26) Bexley, London, England Occupation Actress Years active 2010–present Spouse(s) Dan Osborne (m. 2017) Children 2 Relatives Megan Jossa (cousin) Jacqueline Osborne[1] (née Jossa; born 29 October 1992)[2] is an English actress, known for […]

24 Mar 19
The Sun
It’s official, DIY is bad for your wallet, your health and your relationship, according to a new study. A nationwide survey of home owners has found that Britain is wasting a whopping 1.6bn a year on botched DIY projects, with more than HALF of Brits having to call in a professional after bodging a job at home. A nationwide survey of home owners has found that Britain is wasting a whopping £1.6bn a year on botched DIY projects And more than a quarter have INJURED themselves undertaking odd jobs, with as many as 6 percent having been hospitalised as a result. The nationwide report, commissioned by Rustlers to launch its inaugural Construction Games, found that hapless Brits have screwed up at least four jobs in their homes in the last few years, only to have to call in a professional to sort things out. The most common bodge-up comes from the seemingly simple task of painting a room, which has been messed up by 21 percent of Brits. DAYS WASTED ON BOTCHED JOBS After that came hanging wallpaper (18 percent), unblocking a toilet and making flat-pack furniture (both with 16 percent). Also on the list of jobs which frequently go wrong were laying a carpet (12 percent), bleeding a radiator (11 percent) and plastering (11 percent). And it’s not just a matter of financial cost – there’s the wasted time too. The study found that the Brits have squandered 44 hours over the past five years on projects which have then had to be fixed by professionals. The study also shows DIY can lead to conflict in relationships, with the average Brit admitting to five furious rows with their partners over badly executed household jobs. [boxout headline=”BRITAIN’S TOP DIY ACCIDENTS”] Cut yourself with a sharp tool 36% Banged your head 31% Got a bad splinter 26% Tripped over 25% Gave yourself an electric shock 20% Fell off a ladder 16% Hammered a nail into your hand or arm 14% You slipped in water 12% Plaster fell on your head 10% Broke a limb 10% Sanded your leg/foot 9% Drilled a screw into yourself 8% Had a light fitting fall on your head 7% [/boxout] Said Elaine Rothballer, spokesperson for Rustlers: “Everyone has attempted a bit of DIY in their time, but this research reveals you really do need to possess a unique set of skills to get the job done well! We’ve been fueling skilled tradespeople for years with our delicious and hassle-free range of flame grilled burgers and hot sandwiches. and we’re proud to continue supporting them with the launch of the Rustlers Construction Games to shine a light on our hard working highly skilled tradespeople, and to celebrate their talents.” Brian Berry, Chief Executive of the Federation of Master Builders added: “Highly skilled tradespeople train for years to become experts in their fields. Trying to reduce costs by attempting to do the job of a professional is a false economy and can even be a health and safety risk. We’re urging homeowners to know their limits and don’t fall victim to DIY disasters.” The study uncovered the accident-prone nature of Brits undertaking DIY. The most common painful blunder is cutting yourself on a sharp tool (35 percent), followed by banging your head (31 percent) and getting a bad splinter (26 percent). [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”327″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] Tripping over (25 percent), giving yourself an electric shock (20 percent) and sanding your own leg (9 percent) also made it onto the DIY accidents list. Of the 1500 respondents polled, 70 percent admitted that they felt relieved when they eventually called in a professional. However some people had an alternative solution, with 42 percent of Britain relying on their parents to help out. Regionally, Norwich was the bodge job capital of the UK where people had messed up on average 7 DIY jobs compared to the competent folk of Nottingham who have only messed up 3. More than a quarter of us have injured ourselves undertaking odd jobs, with as many as 6 per cent having been hospitalised as a result [bc_video video_id=”5993745967001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Jacqueline Jossa mocks husband Dan Osborne as he attempts some dangerous DIY in their home”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
25 Mar 19
Austen in Boston

“What’s the news from Kent?” (I believe that’s from 2005 P&P only) https://www.facebook.com/events/289166045039398/ A comment posted by Katherine Osborne-Hightower: “The Mister Collins” A thoroughly unenjoyable take on the classic Tom Collins – This drink includes premium top-shelf gin (the label of which I’ve been told costs £800!) watery, insipid tea and large dollops of cloyingly […]

24 Mar 19
Jesus-Works.com

Judges 18 King James Version (KJV) 18 In those days there was no king in Israel: and in those days the tribe of the Danites sought them an inheritance to dwell in; for unto that day all their inheritance had not fallen unto them among the tribes of Israel. 2 And the children of Dan sent of […]

24 Mar 19
The Irish Sun
JACQUELINE Jossa fought back tears today as she gave a passionate rant against bodyshaming trolls. The actress, 26, revealed she’s switched the comments off on her Instagram account after cruel online bullies hurt her by criticising her appearance. Jacqueline Jossa fought back tears today as she gave a passionate rant against bodyshaming trolls Speaking on her Instagram story, she said: “Sometimes all the comments and what people say to me gets to me a little bit too much. I’m not ashamed to admit that I down like reading horrible stuff about myself. “You don’t get constant different people coming up to you on the street saying ‘you’ve put on weight, you were so much better looking when you didn’t have kids or when you first came on to Eastenders’ or ‘you’ve gone downhill, no wonder your husband doesn’t wanna be with you’ and stuff like that. “I get that on a daily basis and it does hurt, everything that people say to me hurts and it’s not nice.” Jacqueline also lamented society and called it a “scary place” to raise her children. The actress, 26, revealed she’s switched the comments off on her Instagram account after cruel online bullies hurt her by criticising her appearance She continued: “There are certain aspects of my life that I don’t want to talk about. “I don’t want to be told I’m fat and ugly, okay?” Last month we revealed that Jacqueline was “absolutely furious” to hear husband Dan Osborne was unfaithful after he kissed Love Island’s Alexandra Cane in a Manchester bar. A source told us: “She feels embarrassed and very angry that he would put her through the stress and decided enough was enough so kicked him out. “Dan is truly gutted that Jacqueline is saying it’s over. He’s really hopeful he will be able to talk her round once she calms down. “He’s really angry about it all and telling friends he will do whatever he can to save his marriage.” Jacqueline and husband Dan previously split last May Jacqueline has been left ’embarrassed and angry’ by Dan’s behaviour Speaking about Dan’s tryst with Alexandra, a source previously told us: “He’s a married man so it was pretty shocking. She didn’t seem that into it but she laughed it off. “Everyone was talking about how he was acting. There were loads of women there but he was only interested in Alexandra. “They left together in a taxi with a couple of friends when the party was over.” Dan snogged Love Island’s Alexandra Cane at a star-studded night out Dan and Alexandra were pictured snuggling up next to each other in the taxi and headed back to plush hotel Peckforton Castle. The hunk denied that he did anything but dance with Alexandra and insisted they had been mates for a while, despite him only following her on Instagram the morning after. Since leaving Love Island last summer, Alexandra has remained single while Dan won back Jacqueline following their shock split in May. The Sun exclusively revealed how the couple, who wed in 2017, had called time on their marriage in May 2018. [bc_video video_id=”6013960620001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Jacqueline Jossa dumps Dan Osborne and throws him out of the family home after he cheats with Alexandra Cane”] [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”169″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] As well as constant rows, their break-up was triggered by pictures of Dan cosying up to Love Island’s Gabby Allen. Jacqueline later told The Sun: “I was like: ‘You’re a f***ing joke and you need to sort yourself out’.” Dan then  went into Celebrity Big Brother and vowed to change his ways on the outside. Jacqueline added: “He came back and said he wanted to change. He learned a lot, he really did. He’s been amazing since.” Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
24 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
JACQUELINE Jossa fought back tears today as she gave a passionate rant against bodyshaming trolls. The actress, 26, revealed she’s switched the comments off on her Instagram account after cruel online bullies hurt her by criticising her appearance. Jacqueline Jossa fought back tears today as she gave a passionate rant against bodyshaming trolls Speaking on her Instagram story, she said: “Sometimes all the comments and what people say to me gets to me a little bit too much. I’m not ashamed to admit that I down like reading horrible stuff about myself. “You don’t get constant different people coming up to you on the street saying ‘you’ve put on weight, you were so much better looking when you didn’t have kids or when you first came on to Eastenders’ or ‘you’ve gone downhill, no wonder your husband doesn’t wanna be with you’ and stuff like that. “I get that on a daily basis and it does hurt, everything that people say to me hurts and it’s not nice.” Jacqueline also lamented society and called it a “scary place” to raise her children. The actress, 26, revealed she’s switched the comments off on her Instagram account after cruel online bullies hurt her by criticising her appearance She continued: “There are certain aspects of my life that I don’t want to talk about. “I don’t want to be told I’m fat and ugly, okay?” Last month we revealed that Jacqueline was “absolutely furious” to hear husband Dan Osborne was unfaithful after he kissed Love Island’s Alexandra Cane in a Manchester bar. A source told us: “She feels embarrassed and very angry that he would put her through the stress and decided enough was enough so kicked him out. “Dan is truly gutted that Jacqueline is saying it’s over. He’s really hopeful he will be able to talk her round once she calms down. “He’s really angry about it all and telling friends he will do whatever he can to save his marriage.” Jacqueline and husband Dan previously split last May Jacqueline has been left ’embarrassed and angry’ by Dan’s behaviour Speaking about Dan’s tryst with Alexandra, a source previously told us: “He’s a married man so it was pretty shocking. She didn’t seem that into it but she laughed it off. “Everyone was talking about how he was acting. There were loads of women there but he was only interested in Alexandra. “They left together in a taxi with a couple of friends when the party was over.” Dan snogged Love Island’s Alexandra Cane at a star-studded night out Dan and Alexandra were pictured snuggling up next to each other in the taxi and headed back to plush hotel Peckforton Castle. The hunk denied that he did anything but dance with Alexandra and insisted they had been mates for a while, despite him only following her on Instagram the morning after. Since leaving Love Island last summer, Alexandra has remained single while Dan won back Jacqueline following their shock split in May. The Sun exclusively revealed how the couple, who wed in 2017, had called time on their marriage in May 2018. [bc_video video_id=”6013960620001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Jacqueline Jossa dumps Dan Osborne and throws him out of the family home after he cheats with Alexandra Cane”] [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”6″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] As well as constant rows, their break-up was triggered by pictures of Dan cosying up to Love Island’s Gabby Allen. Jacqueline later told The Sun: “I was like: ‘You’re a f***ing joke and you need to sort yourself out’.” Dan then  went into Celebrity Big Brother and vowed to change his ways on the outside. Jacqueline added: “He came back and said he wanted to change. He learned a lot, he really did. He’s been amazing since.” Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
24 Mar 19
The Sun
JACQUELINE Jossa fought back tears today as she gave a passionate rant against bodyshaming trolls. The actress, 26, revealed she’s switched the comments off on her Instagram account after cruel online bullies hurt her by criticising her appearance. Jacqueline Jossa fought back tears today as she gave a passionate rant against bodyshaming trolls Speaking on her Instagram story, she said: “Sometimes all the comments and what people say to me gets to me a little bit too much. I’m not ashamed to admit that I down like reading horrible stuff about myself. “You don’t get constant different people coming up to you on the street saying ‘you’ve put on weight, you were so much better looking when you didn’t have kids or when you first came on to Eastenders’ or ‘you’ve gone downhill, no wonder your husband doesn’t wanna be with you’ and stuff like that. “I get that on a daily basis and it does hurt, everything that people say to me hurts and it’s not nice.” Jacqueline also lamented society and called it a “scary place” to raise her children. The actress, 26, revealed she’s switched the comments off on her Instagram account after cruel online bullies hurt her by criticising her appearance She continued: “There are certain aspects of my life that I don’t want to talk about. “I don’t want to be told I’m fat and ugly, okay?” Last month we revealed that Jacqueline was “absolutely furious” to hear husband Dan Osborne was unfaithful after he kissed Love Island’s Alexandra Cane in a Manchester bar. A source told us: “She feels embarrassed and very angry that he would put her through the stress and decided enough was enough so kicked him out. “Dan is truly gutted that Jacqueline is saying it’s over. He’s really hopeful he will be able to talk her round once she calms down. “He’s really angry about it all and telling friends he will do whatever he can to save his marriage.” Jacqueline and husband Dan previously split last May Jacqueline has been left ’embarrassed and angry’ by Dan’s behaviour Speaking about Dan’s tryst with Alexandra, a source previously told us: “He’s a married man so it was pretty shocking. She didn’t seem that into it but she laughed it off. “Everyone was talking about how he was acting. There were loads of women there but he was only interested in Alexandra. “They left together in a taxi with a couple of friends when the party was over.” Dan snogged Love Island’s Alexandra Cane at a star-studded night out Dan and Alexandra were pictured snuggling up next to each other in the taxi and headed back to plush hotel Peckforton Castle. The hunk denied that he did anything but dance with Alexandra and insisted they had been mates for a while, despite him only following her on Instagram the morning after. Since leaving Love Island last summer, Alexandra has remained single while Dan won back Jacqueline following their shock split in May. The Sun exclusively revealed how the couple, who wed in 2017, had called time on their marriage in May 2018. [bc_video video_id=”6013960620001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Jacqueline Jossa dumps Dan Osborne and throws him out of the family home after he cheats with Alexandra Cane”] [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”325″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] As well as constant rows, their break-up was triggered by pictures of Dan cosying up to Love Island’s Gabby Allen. Jacqueline later told The Sun: “I was like: ‘You’re a f***ing joke and you need to sort yourself out’.” Dan then  went into Celebrity Big Brother and vowed to change his ways on the outside. Jacqueline added: “He came back and said he wanted to change. He learned a lot, he really did. He’s been amazing since.” Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
24 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
It’s official, DIY is bad for your wallet, your health and your relationship, according to a new study. A nationwide survey of home owners has found that Britain is wasting a whopping 1.6bn a year on botched DIY projects, with more than HALF of Brits having to call in a professional after bodging a job at home. A nationwide survey of home owners has found that Britain is wasting a whopping £1.6bn a year on botched DIY projects And more than a quarter have INJURED themselves undertaking odd jobs, with as many as 6 percent having been hospitalised as a result. The nationwide report, commissioned by Rustlers to launch its inaugural Construction Games, found that hapless Brits have screwed up at least four jobs in their homes in the last few years, only to have to call in a professional to sort things out. The most common bodge-up comes from the seemingly simple task of painting a room, which has been messed up by 21 percent of Brits. DAYS WASTED ON BOTCHED JOBS After that came hanging wallpaper (18 percent), unblocking a toilet and making flat-pack furniture (both with 16 percent). Also on the list of jobs which frequently go wrong were laying a carpet (12 percent), bleeding a radiator (11 percent) and plastering (11 percent). And it’s not just a matter of financial cost – there’s the wasted time too. The study found that the Brits have squandered 44 hours over the past five years on projects which have then had to be fixed by professionals. The study also shows DIY can lead to conflict in relationships, with the average Brit admitting to five furious rows with their partners over badly executed household jobs. [boxout headline=”BRITAIN’S TOP DIY ACCIDENTS”] Cut yourself with a sharp tool 36% Banged your head 31% Got a bad splinter 26% Tripped over 25% Gave yourself an electric shock 20% Fell off a ladder 16% Hammered a nail into your hand or arm 14% You slipped in water 12% Plaster fell on your head 10% Broke a limb 10% Sanded your leg/foot 9% Drilled a screw into yourself 8% Had a light fitting fall on your head 7% [/boxout] Said Elaine Rothballer, spokesperson for Rustlers: “Everyone has attempted a bit of DIY in their time, but this research reveals you really do need to possess a unique set of skills to get the job done well! We’ve been fueling skilled tradespeople for years with our delicious and hassle-free range of flame grilled burgers and hot sandwiches. and we’re proud to continue supporting them with the launch of the Rustlers Construction Games to shine a light on our hard working highly skilled tradespeople, and to celebrate their talents.” Brian Berry, Chief Executive of the Federation of Master Builders added: “Highly skilled tradespeople train for years to become experts in their fields. Trying to reduce costs by attempting to do the job of a professional is a false economy and can even be a health and safety risk. We’re urging homeowners to know their limits and don’t fall victim to DIY disasters.” The study uncovered the accident-prone nature of Brits undertaking DIY. The most common painful blunder is cutting yourself on a sharp tool (35 percent), followed by banging your head (31 percent) and getting a bad splinter (26 percent). [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”141″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] Tripping over (25 percent), giving yourself an electric shock (20 percent) and sanding your own leg (9 percent) also made it onto the DIY accidents list. Of the 1500 respondents polled, 70 percent admitted that they felt relieved when they eventually called in a professional. However some people had an alternative solution, with 42 percent of Britain relying on their parents to help out. Regionally, Norwich was the bodge job capital of the UK where people had messed up on average 7 DIY jobs compared to the competent folk of Nottingham who have only messed up 3. More than a quarter of us have injured ourselves undertaking odd jobs, with as many as 6 per cent having been hospitalised as a result [bc_video video_id=”5993745967001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Jacqueline Jossa mocks husband Dan Osborne as he attempts some dangerous DIY in their home”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk