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Radio host Steve Allen has apologised to Strictly Come Dancing star Tilly Ramsay after calling her a "chubby little thing" live on air and blaming her "dad's cooking". The CBBC presenter and daughter of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, hit back on social media, saying she would not "tolerate" such comments from a "67-year-old man". The comments, on his early morning show, were prompted by a listener telling him that Ramsay, 19, was also taking part in Celebrity MasterChef Australia.
Home buyers are struggling to purchase homes today for a good reason. Home prices have soared on a national level, and now, it's become harder to find an affordable place to buy on a limited budget. Low mortgage rates have been the one saving grace in today's housing market.
The Selfless Act of Breathing by JJ Bola review – a traveller misses connection. The poet’s lyrical second novel charts the odyssey of a disillusioned teacher who flees London for the US
Navigate by Big Zuu review – an affable but bland concoction. (Eon Entertainment)The rapper’s debut album feels like just another brand extension, complete with his own BBQ sauce
‘It still gives me nightmares’: the firefighters on the frontline as the world burns. As global heating sees a surge in wildfires, we hear from those tackling the blazes, who face injury, death and trauma, often without proper equipment or support
Current approach to wildfires risks lives and wastes money, say experts. Researchers call for new firefighting techniques that focus on managing landscapes, as global heating sees increase in blazes
Given that 2020 was hotels' worst year on record from an occupancy and revenue standpoint, many properties are operating in recovery mode despite the recent summer travel surge. In fact, real estate investors may finally be breathing a sigh of relief that the worst is over for hotels. Could things actually get worse for hotels?
TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: BoC rate announcement: The Bank of Canada is scheduled to release its latest interest rate decision and its quarterly monetary policy report on Wednesday. September’s inflation rate came in at 4.4 per cent — the fastest annual pace since February 2003 — according to Statistics Canada, though Bank of Canada governor Tiff Macklem said last week that recent inflation readings are “transitory,'' and that rate adjus
Suzanne Somers shares her thoughts on aging, says it's 'So Incredible,' and 'It takes a little bit of work. It’s about health, about shifting your thinking.'
TORONTO — If you haven’t shopped for a credit card in a while, you may see some unfamiliar names in the offerings. Companies like Brim Financial, Float Inc., Caary Capital Ltd., Jeeves Inc., and Neo Financial are part of a growing crop of tech-enabled lenders that are looking to snag a share of the lucrative credit card market from the big banks. “We’ve never had more choices,” said Mikael Castaldo, general manager of everyday banking at Ratehub.ca. On the personal credit card side, companies li
Barn find Lamborghini survivor is uncovered.
Doctors say they are “very concerned” that a large number of influenza patients could burden already strained hospitals.
KITCHENER, Ont. — Nadine Green is worried about David Fitzpatrick. She hasn't seen him in days and hopes fentanyl hasn't killed him. As she scans a sprawling site in an industrial area of Kitchener, Ont., on a warm October day, Fitzpatrick wheels in on his bicycle. "David!" Green yells out. "You're home! Thank God." Home is a tiny wood cabin alongside 38 others in a lot where the city dumps its snow in the winter. This is "A Better Tent City," a citizen-led project where 50 people who previously
KITCHENER, Ont. — Fifty people who used to be homeless now live in small cabins on an industrial lot in Kitchener, Ont. The residents of A Better Tent City have an independent home, meals on site and access to washrooms and laundry facilities. Here's what some have to say about living in the community: Bree Cooper, 28 I was homeless in Kitchener and met someone who had been living here who heard I was new to the city and homeless and he brought me here. I was either on the streets or some nights
Citing consumer complaints, regulators in the EU are proposing a common cellphone charger and have set their sights on Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL). In this video clip from "The 5," recorded on Sept. 24, Fool.com contributors Brian Withers, Neil Patel, Demitri Kalogeropoulos, and Jason Hall consider whether Apple should be worried about this potential new legislation. Brian Withers: The headline is Apple faces off with Europe regulators, but wait, there's more, over phone chargers.
The second-year point guard has made two-thirds of his 3-pointers, a sign his shot isn’t as bad as some suggested.
Biotech stocks are in a slump. Despite numerous wins in the high-profile areas of COVID-19 and cancer therapy, the industry has failed to excite investors this year -- as seen in the 12% year-to-date fall in the the bellwether SPDR S&P Biotech ETF. Risk-tolerant growth investors appear to be favoring other vehicles over biotech in 2021, such as the red-hot cryptocurrency Shiba Inu (CRYPTO: SHIB), electric-vehicle giant Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA), and emerging social media plays such as Digital World Acquisition (NASDAQ: DWAC) and Phunware (NASDAQ: PHUN).
If you ever needed proof that every vote counts, look no further than the town of Elk Point in east-central Alberta. After a recount of votes cast for the community's next mayor in Monday's municipal election, Parrish Tung beat Terri Hampson by a single vote. "On Monday, I believe my count at that time was 235, while Terri's count was 231, which is close enough," Tung said. "Of course she asked for a recount because the vote is that close." Once the recount was completed on Wednesday, the result
Hot Wheels has released a $500 radio controlled car based on the new Batmobile. The car is a highly detailed replica of Bruce Wayne's alter ego's latest ride, which will debut in the 2022 movie titled simple The Batman. If you suspect that the car might not exactly be for kids but for adult collectors, that is doubly confirmed by Mattel's own website, which described the car as "what happens when our design team goes bat$#!+ insane on a project."
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