Who’s on Pippa’s wedding blacklist?

Who’s on Pippa’s wedding blacklist?

PIPPA Middleton has banned reality TV star Vogue Williams from her wedding — even though she’s dating the groom’s brother Spencer Matthews. The Sun can reveal that Brian McFadden’s ex-wife has agreed not to attend the nuptials between Middleton, 33, and hedge fund boss James Matthews, 41, next month. media_cameraPippa Middleton and James Matthews. Picture: Supplied.Sources say Middleton, who famously upstaged her sister on her big day in 2011 by showing off her bottom, was concerned about a reality TV celebrity star attending alongside Prince William and his wife Kate….

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Dazed but defiant, Stockholm unites after attack

Dazed but defiant, Stockholm unites after attack

As he walked up the steps from Stockholm Central metro station, surgeon Guglielmo Rufolo di Ravello noticed people flooding towards him, screaming. Then he saw the truck. As he watched, it began to move “really fast, that scared everyone … people ran inside of stores … taking refuge,” he says. Looking around, Rufolo di Ravello spotted two young children, aged about 7. They appeared to be alone, and he knew if he didn’t act, they might get hurt. “As a doctor,” he says, “I am used to being in situations…

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Analysis: How did Freo’s kids perform?

Analysis: How did Freo’s kids perform?

ALL eyes were on Fremantle’s inexperienced talent as the club turned to youth this week. Here’s how we rated the kids in the win over the Bulldogs. Griffin Logue Started on the interchange bench but took a contested mark as soon as he came on. It was a sign of things to come. Logue loved the contest. He was energetic and put pressure on in defence. Only 10 touches but based on his debut, you can expect Logue to be a good player. Harley Balic Started on the interchange bench….

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Rare mineral found in Lockyer Valley could become World Cup gold mine

Rare mineral found in Lockyer Valley could become World Cup gold mine

Posted April 08, 2017 12:02:45 Photo: Geologists and farmers Martin I’Ons (L) and Guy Lewington examining their find. (ABC News: Melanie Vujkovic) Two geologists believe they have struck brown gold in Queensland’s Lockyer Valley, unearthing a naturally occurring mineral capable of growing pristine grass in the middle of the Arabian desert. Guy Lewington and Martin I’Ons were looking for the mineral silica when they bought the mine at Mount Sylvia 11 years ago. Mr Lewington said it was only by chance they instead discovered the rock dust palagonite. He said…

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