Tuesday, 8 October 2013
Bruce Jenner has moved out of his family home and is now living full time in their Malibu rental, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting. Bruce initially moved out after his stepdaughter, Kim Kardashian and her baby daddy Kanye West moved in with baby North West. “He was constantly being told to be quiet, and Bruce just doesn’t get along that well with Kanye. The obvious choice for him was to move full time into the Malibu rental house. Kris and Bruce are separated, they live completely independent lives and have for a very long time. They can go days at a time without talking to each other, and Kris isn’t even wearing her wedding rings anymore. Bruce is tired of having their lives filmed for public consumption. This isn’t the first time their marriage has hit a rough patch, but this time it could end in divorce,” a family insider tells. E-News just confirmed that they seperated after 22 years of marriage.The couple issued a statement saying, "We are living separately and we are much happier this way. How sad.
Miley Cyrus apparently feels no responsibility in being a role model for her young fans, because the twerking pop star has included a marijuana sticker in her new “Bangerz” album, and RadarOnline.com has obtained a copy. The newly released album is Cyrus’ attempt at shedding her wholesome Disney reputation and features songs like “FU” and “Do My Thang.”
Kanye West is reported to have been given a restraining order following his alleged ATTACK on a photographer at LAX airport in July. The rapper is said to have been court ordered to stay at least 30 feet away from photographer Daniel Ramos, who filed a civil lawsuit accusing Kanye of assault, battery and interference with his civil rights. But the judge also advised that Ramos keep his distance from the 36-year-old hip hop artist in a Los Angeles court on Monday. The photographer’s representatives then pressed to have Kanye undergo court ordered anger management classes. But the magistrate shot down the request, advising that their client Ramos keep his distance from Kanye as well. Meanwhile, Kanye will need the best defence possible as the prosecution has seven videos depicting the alleged assault from every angle.
The Ondo state Government has reacted to the claim that it hired the aircraft of the Associated Airline that crash-landed last Thursday in Lagos, while conveying the body of former Governor, Dr Olusegun Agagu to Akure for the commencement of his burial rites. In a statement issued by the Commissioner for Information, Mr Kayode Akinmade in Akure, the government said the reaction would not have been necessary at the time the state and families were still mourning those who lost their lives in the crash, but for clarity and to correct the erroneous media representation, it became quite imperative.
Fatalities in the Associated Airline crash of Thursday October 3rd have increased to fifteen. One more of survivors, Taiwo Akintunde has died from complications of the tragic accident, Saharareporters has learned. A medical source in LASUTH told Saharareporters that Taiwo Akintunde died about at about 6pm on Monday. He was one of the seven survivors from the fatal crash of the Embraer plane operated by Associated Airline.
FFK and Lady Stella
FFK has responded to statement made by the Minister Of Aviation Stella Oduah on the Associated Airlines Crash, he said this on facebook.
A mother-of-two was today being investigated by police after saying she hoped some of the hundreds of people who drowned off the coast of Italy were Muslims. Housewife Nicky Hutt was branded a racist after posting the slur on Facebook following the tragedy last Thursday, which saw 232 African immigrants die in a desperate bid to reach Lampedusa, Sicily. The 35-year-old from Poole, Dorset, said: ‘News night tonight... Top headline. 200 Africans drown in boat disaster. What a shame, hopefully a few of them were Muslims.
‘She said publicly she was sorry and that she had been drinking the night she posted the remarks
Three people were severely burnt during a fire outbreak at the early hours of Tuesday, September 8, 2013, at the company premises of Second Coming Nigeria Limited Gas Plant, along Lekki – Epe express way, Sangotedo, Ajah. Journalists who were present at the scene of the incident were denied access into the building, the entire premises was evacuated except for the presence of men of the Fire Service who were on ground to for stall any eventualities. the incident occurred at about 5:30 am, when suspected vandals scaled the fence of the gas plant from behind the building and attempted to steal gas products from one of the tankers that was parked withing the premises, but in the process the tanker caught fire.
Aviation Minister, Stella Odua, while addressing journalists regarding the withdrawal of Dana Airlines' operating license, described plane crashes as 'an act of God'. “We do not pray for accidents but they are inevitable. But we will continue to do everything to ensure that we do not have accidents. But an accident is an act of God. “Again, we do not speculate on the cause of accidents. Until they happen, you cannot say this is the cause or that is not the cause. But what is obvious and is the truth is that, in aviation, there are shared responsibilities, starting from the man that carries your luggage to the man that makes sure that your boarding pass is issued to you". Watch the video after the cut
One of the women holding her certificate to practice.
Four Saudi lawyers have made history by becoming the first women to practise law in the kingdom’s courts.
Bayan Zahran, Jihan Qurban, Sarra Al Omari and Ameera Quqani were on Sunday given the licences that allow them to change their status from legal consultants to attorneys. The change means that the ban imposed on female law graduates to practise law in the courtroom and own and operate law firms will be lifted. It follows years of relentless requests and moves by several women to allow them to use their law degrees.
The impact of the ministry’s decision will be enormous on the local court system where women embroiled in divorce and custody cases have often complained of bias in favour of husbands.
Foreigners will have to prove that they are entitled to be in the country before they are given access to GPs and hospitals, while foreign students will have to make a “contribution” to the health service. The measure will form the centrepiece of tough new legislation designed to reduce numbers entering the country and put pressure on illegal immigrants to leave. A senior government source said it was an attempt to target “people who have no right to be here”. Restricting access to the NHS is highly contentious politically. GPs will be told they have to check that people seeking to register with them are here legally and issue only time-limited “NHS numbers” — the proof of entitlement to free care — to those who do not have a permanent right to be in the country. The measures will be outlined in the Immigration Bill, which is due to be put before Parliament within days. Read the rest HERE.
Azuka and Alesha.
Alesha Dixon has given birth to a baby girl, she has announced. The 'Britain's Got Talent' judge revealed the news on Twitter, saying that she was 'over the moon' at the arrival of her and boyfriend Azuka's baby named Azura Sienna. Congratulations to the happy couple.