Cher impresses in a latex piece as she closes Balmain’s runway show during Paris Fashion Week

Cher, 76, shows off her sensational figure in a layered latex one-piece as she closes out the Balmain runway show during Paris Fashion Week By Bethan Edwards For Mailonline Published: 8:58 PM EDT, Sept. 28, 2022 | Updated: 8:59 PM EDT, Sept. 28, 2022 Cher looked nothing short of sensational as she wrapped up Balmain’s … Read more

Gamers say goodbye to FIFA franchise after 30 years

One of the biggest franchises in video game history is coming to an end on Friday with the release of FIFA 23, the latest installment in a football game that has captivated millions of fans over the past three decades. American game maker Electronic Arts (EA) and global football organization FIFA have spent months negotiating … Read more

Disneyland, Australia: Plans for Wineries in Seppeltsfield and Penny’s Hill

A prominent Australian winemaker and businessman has shared his vision that a Disneyland could open downstairs. Warren Randall — who runs Seppeltsfield and Penny’s Hill wineries — has called on business owners and government officials to join his effort to bring the famously “happiest place on earth” to his home state. Speak with the advertiser, … Read more

Socceroos vs New Zealand, All Whites, Awer Mabil goal, highlights, news, score, result, teams, fixtures, Garang Kuol

100 years after New Zealand’s loss in Australia’s first-ever men’s international match, the Socceroos claimed revenge – extending a two-decade undefeated Trans-Tasman run – with a sloppy 1-0 win in Brisbane. “Far from satisfied, to be honest. There are many things we could have done better,” midfielder Jackson Irvine told Channel 10 after the game. … Read more

Strike at Exxon refinery contributes to energy problems in Europe

The 240,000 barrels-a-day Port Jerome-Gravenchon oil refinery in France, operated by ExxonMobil, is producing less fuel due to plant strikes, Exxon told Reuters on Wednesday. French unions called for the strike over disagreements over wage negotiations with ExxonMobil. The strikes at the Port Jerome-Gravenchon refinery and the Notre Dame de Gravenchon (NDG) petrochemical site were … Read more

Explained: Why does Kylian Mbappé refuse a photo shoot of the French squad with sponsors?

Kylian Mbappé has refused to take part in a photo shoot with the French squad during his international service due to a disagreement over image rights. Mbappé with France for Nations League matches Refuses photoshoot request More problems for Deschamps WHAT HAPPENED? The French team is preparing for two Nations League matches and will participate … Read more

Prince Harry and Andrew in morning suits sum up Charles’s shortcomings

If you want to understand all that is wrong with the modern royal family, look no further than the photos of Her Majesty’s casket procession that marked her final journey through the streets of London. It was a deeply somber moment as the Queen made her way through the streets of the capital towards Westminster … Read more

French homes may be without electricity for TWO HOURS a day this winter

French citizens may have to be without electricity for two hours a day in a worst-case scenario outlined by the national grid operator. France’s electricity grid operator RTE gave an overview of what an extreme winter could look like across the country as residents prepare for a hard season change after Russia halted natural gas … Read more

Luke Brooks, Adam O’Brien, Newcastle Knights, fitness, season, Jake Clifford, Adam Clune, Brodie Croft

Knights coach Adam O’Brien has been called up for comments about the team’s condition and claims that Luke Brooks could have drastically changed the outcome of their season. O’Brien used a break from Covid as an excuse for the team not being fit enough and believes the club’s failure to lure Brooks from the Tigers … Read more

Scientists discover how air pollution causes lung cancer | health news

Scientists say they have identified the mechanism by which air pollution causes lung cancer in non-smokers, a discovery hailed by one expert as “an important step for science — and for society.” The study illustrated the health risk of the tiny particles produced by burning fossil fuels, fueling calls for more urgent action to combat … Read more