Elf on the Shelf pranks Australian parents are playing on their kids in the lead up to Christmas

The VERY creative (and cheeky) Elf on the Shelf pranks Aussie parents are playing on their kids in the lead up to Christmas Amused parents are getting creative with elaborate Elf on the Shelf pranks  Cheeky Australian mums and dads have been sharing pictures on Facebook Many are getting into the 2020 spirit by placing … Read more Elf on the Shelf pranks Australian parents are playing on their kids in the lead up to Christmas

Former Princess Tessy of Luxembourg reveals she has been diagnosed positive with Covid-19 

Former Princess Tessy of Luxembourg has revealed she has tested positive for coronavirus and said the illness has left her in ‘a lot of pain’. The ex-royal, 34, who lives in London and spent much of lockdown with her two sons Prince Gabriel of Nassau, 14, and Prince Noah of Nassau, 12, shared an Instagram video … Read more Former Princess Tessy of Luxembourg reveals she has been diagnosed positive with Covid-19 

Christine Lampard looks winter chic as she takes her pet dog Minnie along for a coffee run

Christine Lampard looks winter chic in a grey coat as she takes her pet dog Minnie along for a coffee run By Joanna Crawley For Mailonline Published: 12:16 GMT, 2 December 2020 | Updated: 12:16 GMT, 2 December 2020 She’s been working hard with her TV appearance and life as a mum during lockdown. And … Read more Christine Lampard looks winter chic as she takes her pet dog Minnie along for a coffee run

Tesco WILL repay £585 million it saved from Covid business rates relief scheme

Tesco has announced it will repay £585 million it saved from the coronavirus business rates holiday after enjoying a sales surge during lockdown. The decision comes after the supermarket giant was criticised for accepting the business rate relief while paying a £315 million dividend to shareholders. Chairman John Allan said the board ‘are conscious of … Read more Tesco WILL repay £585 million it saved from Covid business rates relief scheme

Woodville Pizza Bar worker who ‘sent South Australia into coronavirus lockdown’ won’t be charged

Coronavirus-infected Spanish pizza bar worker whose lie sent South Australia into lockdown WON’T face any criminal charges  Spanish pizza bar worker, 36, lied to coronavirus contact tracers in Adelaide   Didn’t tell officials he worked at the bar and sparked fears of a new virus strain  Adelaide was sent into a frenzied lockdown that was cut … Read more Woodville Pizza Bar worker who ‘sent South Australia into coronavirus lockdown’ won’t be charged

number of Americans collecting and applying for unemployment benefits

Almost SIX MILLION Americans have filed claims to continue receiving unemployment benefits – nearing pre-pandemic high seen during the 2009 recession The 5.9million who have collected and applied for unemployment benefits still exceed any historical precedent  Figure is close to a prior peak of 6.5million set in March 2009 during the Great Recession  Current level is … Read more number of Americans collecting and applying for unemployment benefits

Australians could double their annual leave time in 2021 by booking off key dates

How some sneaky planning could DOUBLE your annual leave in 2021 – earning a ten day break by booking just three days off Australians could double their annual leave in 2021 by booking off key dates  This is due to public holidays and weekends bookending the leave periods  For instance, ten days off at Christmas … Read more Australians could double their annual leave time in 2021 by booking off key dates

‘Show us the secret dossier of doom’: MPs demand to see report

‘Show us the secret dossier of doom’: MPs demand to see report showing lockdown restrictions have pushed major sectors of economy to brink of collapse Detailed analysis of the damage the pandemic has done to key sectors was done  Industries in the firing line include retail, hospitality, aerospace and tourism The secret dossier is known … Read more ‘Show us the secret dossier of doom’: MPs demand to see report

WAG Rebecca Judd works up a sweat on a Melbourne tennis court

WAG Rebecca Judd works up a sweat on a Melbourne tennis court as she flaunts her toned legs in short shorts and a tank top By Candice Jackson For Daily Mail Australia Published: 23:33 GMT, 1 December 2020 | Updated: 23:33 GMT, 1 December 2020 Rebecca Judd is loving getting out-and-about again since Melbourne‘s hard lockdown … Read more WAG Rebecca Judd works up a sweat on a Melbourne tennis court

MasterChef: Poh Ling Yeow and her husband enjoy a day out in Adelaide

They’re the notoriously private couple who first crossed paths on the set of MasterChef Australia in 2009. And Poh Ling Yeow, 47, and her 39-year-old husband, Jono Bennett, appeared happier than ever on Sunday as they worked at her funky pop-up café in Adelaide. Fresh from a brief lockdown, the celebrity chef returned to serve … Read more MasterChef: Poh Ling Yeow and her husband enjoy a day out in Adelaide

Dawn French teases details about The Vicar of Dibley’s ‘funny and silly’ festive special

‘The show has always wrapped its arms around the truth’: Dawn French teases details about The Vicar of Dibley’s ‘funny and silly’ festive special By Rianne Addo For Mailonline Published: 20:31 GMT, 1 December 2020 | Updated: 20:31 GMT, 1 December 2020 She’s set to reprise her role as Geraldine Granger for the BBC classic’s Christmas … Read more Dawn French teases details about The Vicar of Dibley’s ‘funny and silly’ festive special

House prices rise in every major city for the first time since start of coronavirus crisis

Downturn, what downturn? House prices rise in EVERY major city for the first time since start of coronavirus crisis – with records reached in 32 parts of Australia Australian house prices have risen in every capital city for first time since March CoreLogic data also showed property prices reaching record high in 32 regions Melbourne’s … Read more House prices rise in every major city for the first time since start of coronavirus crisis

One quarter of Britons found the second national lockdown harder to follow

More than a quarter of Britons found it harder to follow the second lockdown compared to the first, a survey has revealed. The most common reasons for struggling were feeling fatigued by Covid restrictions, a belief measures were unjust and bad weather restricting people from going outside and seeing friends and family. Experts feared that ‘lockdown … Read more One quarter of Britons found the second national lockdown harder to follow