A cat sanctuary in the Greek Islands has called for applications for a live-in cat carer. The successful applicant will live with 55 cats and live in a home on the island of Syros, which includes the house and living expenses as part of the salary. The job as had over 3000 applications.
Next year, we could have a massive signing coming the way of the Hyundai A-League with the Central Coast Mariners gaining Usain Bolt on a contract that will be starting off as a training deal.
If he is successful, Bolt will be at the club in a full time A-League capacity and it will be his first full time pro soccer contract. He retired at the end of 2017, winning a record of 8 gold becoming the best sprinter of all time.
This Week has been one of the most emotionally draining and of course physical weeks in recent AFL memory with the sudden brain fade of Andrew Gaff marring the win by the West Coast Eagles in Western Derby 48 on Sunday Afternoon.
This brain fade has cost him 8 weeks in his first ever report of his career as well as ending young Freo Midfielder Andrew Brayshaw’s season with a broken jaw. But there is something else that I want to mention that has gone unnoticed. The coaching future of Fremantle Dockers coach Ross Lyon.
Indonesia’s Lombok Island has suffered another serious earthquake. According to both witnesses and Indonesia’s metreology and geophysics agency, the quake has caused buildings in the area to collapse and people to run onto the streets. The quake has been registered with a magnitude of 6.2.
The quake is the third to strike Lomboke in just over a week. The first quake occurred on July 29 and killed at least 16 people, another quake on Sunday was registered at 6.9 magnitude and killed a minimum of 131 individuals. Tens of thousands on the island are also now homeless.
According to Indonesia’s geolocial agency, the quake was located in the north-west of the island but won’t have the potential to create a tsunami.
More details to follow.
Two weeks after being rushed to hospital following an apparent drug overdose, Demi Lovato has posted on Instagram to assure her fans she will keep fighting. Her post read:
“I have always been transparent about my journey with addiction. What I’ve learned is that this illness is not something that disappears or fades with time. It is something I must continue to overcome and have not done yet.
I want to thank God for keeping me alive and well. To my fans, I am forever grateful for all of your love and support throughout this past week and beyond. Your positive thoughts and prayers have helped me navigate through this difficult time.
I want to thank my family, my team, and the staff at Cedars-Sinai who have been by my side this entire time. Without them I wouldn’t be here writing this letter to all of you.
I now need time to heal and focus on my sobriety and road to recovery. The love you have all shown me will never be forgotten and I look forward to the day where I can say I came out the other side
I will keep fighting ❤️
It has been reported that Demi will go to rehab after she leaves hospital.We wish you the best, Demi!
A powerfulearthquake has rocked the popular Indonesian holiday island of Lombok, killing at least 82 people, injuring hundreds of others and damaging thousands of houses.
It’s believed no Australians have been injured in the quake.
The magnitude-7 tremor struck just 10km underground about 6.46pm Jakarta time (9.46pm AEST), according to the US Geological Survey, and shook neighbouring Bali.
It was followed by two light to moderate secondary quakes and nearly two dozen aftershocks.
A Columbian drug cartel has placed a 90,000 dollar bounty on an infamous police dogs head. Sombra, the German shepherd, has helped Colombia’s police detect more than 2,000 kilos of cocaine hidden in suitcases, boats and large shipments of fruit. “Her sense of smell is far beyond that of other dogs and drug cartels have taken note” Sombras handler said.