Europe

Milan to turn off fountain spigots as drought bakes Italy

MILAN (AP) — The mayor of Milan signed an ordinance Saturday turning off the spigots of public decorative fountains and the city’s archbishop prayed for rain in a tour of churches as northern Italy endures one of its worst droughts in decades. The city ordinance follows the declaration Friday of a state of emergency in …

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Nelson Aspen announces he’s leaving Sunrise after 20 years

After almost 20 years as Sunrise’s New York correspondent, showbiz reporter Nelson Aspen has dropped a big revelation on-air this morning. Nelson Aspen has announced he’s leaving Sunrise after almost 20 years. The veteran showbiz reporter for the Channel 7 breakfast program, who is based in New York, revealed the big news on-air this morning. …

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Nick Kyrgios Wimbledon 2022 scores, live updates of match vs Filip Krajinovic, men’s second round results

The Nick Kyrgios show returned to Wimbledon on Thursday night — but not where fans might expect him to be. The wild Australian took on No.26 seed Filip Krajinovic in the second round coming off a first round match that shocked the world and made him the most talked about player at the tournament. And …

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Salmonella found in world‘s biggest chocolate plant

Production has been halted in the world’s biggest chocolate plant after salmonella contaminations was found on Thursday. Production has been halted in the world’s biggest chocolate plant, run by Swiss giant Barry Callebaut in the Belgian town of Wieze, after salmonella was found, the firm said Thursday. A company spokesman told AFP that production had …

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Hundreds of Aussie KFC outlets are increasing their prices

After switching to a “cabbage and lettuce blend” when the leafy green shot up in price, the fast-food giant has now made another menu change. Prices at hundreds of KFC restaurants across the country are set for another hike as Australia grapples with inflation. On Tuesday, Collins Foods announced customers were “likely to see more …

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Meghan Markle ‘bullying’ report buried by Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace has effectively buried a report into allegations of bullying by the Duchess of Sussex. Royal aides have admitted for the first time that the findings will never be made public. A source said last night: “People suspected it would be buried, and now it seems that it has”. The Daily Mail reports that …

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Prince Charles’ ‘emotional’ meeting with Lilibet during Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Prince Charles enjoyed an “emotional” visit with his youngest grandchildren Archie and Lilibet during their time in the UK. Prince Charles finally puts his granddaughter Lilibet for the first time during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle brought their children Archie, 3 and Lilibet, 1, to the UK for the festivity. According …

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Team news, Queensland Reds snubbed, James O’Connor, Quade Cooper, Dave Rennie

The Dan McKellar effect is taking full force, with only one Queensland Reds player picked in the Wallabies’ first Test team of the year. Instead, Dave Rennie has rewarded McKellar’s Brumbies for their strong season by naming 12 players from Australia’s best performing Super Rugby franchise of the in his squad to take on England …

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Michelle Jenneke makes Australia Commonwealth Games team, jiggling hips

Michelle Jenneke, the Aussie hurdler who became famous for her “jiggling” hips, is back in action and ready for another tilt on the world stage. Michelle “Jiggling” Jenneke is back. The hurdles star, who went viral with a pre-race jig at the 2012 World Junior Championships that quickly became her trademark, will have the chance …

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