'Notorious' builder Frank Nadinic continues to work in Victoria after being suspended in Queensland
Subcontractors and suppliers are warned to "exercise caution" when dealing with Frank Nadinic, whose building company's licence was cancelled in Queensland over alleged illegal activity on a construction site.Frank Nadinic, who has personally been bankrupt multiple times, and is accused of owing subcontractors hundreds of thousands of dollars, is currently the director of several companies including The Construction Studio Pty Ltd and Building Projects Aus Pty Ltd.
Throughout the sitcom’s 11 seasons (1993–2004), Eddie (played by a Parson Russell Terrier named Moose and then Moose’s son Enzo) was a fan favorite who was Martin Crane’s best friend and his son Frasier’s nemesis.
In this series (1975–1978), police detective Tony Baretta's pet cockatoo Fred can talk in English, ride a bike and run on a treadmill. He accompanies Baretta for his walks and surveys.
Gentle Ben, ‘Gentle Ben’
In this fun-filled adventure series that ran for two seasons from 1967, Mark Wedloe (played by Clint Howard), son of Florida Everglades wildlife officer Tom Wedloe (Dennis Weaver) befriends a bear – Gentle Ben.
'I win the bad parent of the year award, occasionally': Actor Jack Black gets candid about his unique parenting approach with his two sons
Actor and rock-star Jack Black joked he has won the 'bad parent of the year award'.On Monday, he told Australian radio duo Fitzy and Wippa on Nova 96.9 that he lets his children see movies they 'probably shouldn't'.
Dino, 'The Flintstones'
A hugely popular animated comedy that ran for six years from 1960, “The Flintstones” featured the lovable pet dinosaur Dino.
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Buck, 'Married... with Children'
In this comedy series (1986–1997), the Bundy family’s pet dog Buck is not a conventional family-loving pet. His insulting monologues tell us he hates his masters. Buck was reincarnated as Lucky after his death during the show.
In the series (1954–1973), Lassie's first companions are Jeff Miller, his mother and his grandfather, until young Timmy Martin and his foster parents take over in the fourth season. Timmy gets into trouble all the time but with Lassie by his side, he is safe.
Dwayne Johnson's 'heart stopped' when he heard of Kevin Hart's crash
Dwayne Johnson has admitted he was terrified when he found out that his friend Kevin Hart had been in a car crash in September.The 'Jumanji: The Next Level' star struggled to catch his breath when he found that his co-star and close friend needed to have emergency surgery on his spine after the car he was travelling in flipped and spun off the road back in September.
Murray, 'Mad About You'
A cult comedy sitcom that ran from 1992 to 1999, Murray is Paul and Jamie Buchman’s (played by Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt, respectively) pet dog. A quiet and slightly goofy sidekick, Murray provides comic relief as the newlywed couple tackle life together in New York City.
Scooby-Doo, 'Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!'
A gang of teenage sleuths are aided in their investigations by a Great Dane – Scooby Doo – in this iconic animated comedy that ran from 1969 to 1970. The show has spawned several spin-offs and movies.
Mister Ed, 'Mister Ed'
Mister Ed (played by Bamboo Harvester) is Wilbur Post’s (played by Alan Young) pet horse. More importantly, he can talk(!) although only to his master.
Western Sydney's new zoo declared open
Sydney Zoo will officially open to the public on the weekend with more than 95 species from across Australia, Africa and Southeast Asia on display.Sydney Zoo opens its gates on Saturday with the public able to view more than 95 species from across Australia, Southeast Asia and Africa, including wombats, emus, baboons, spider monkeys, lions and zebras.
Arnold, 'Green Acres'
Starring Eddie Albert as Oliver Douglas and Eva Gabor as Lisa Douglas, this comedy series (1965-1971) features Arnold – a lovable pig that goes to school, watches TV, understands English and can speak (or at least be understood) when he grunts.
(Pictured) A still from the TV film "Return to Green Acres" (1990)
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Flipper is the Ricks’ family pet in this adventure series (1964-1967). A highly intelligent animal (as are all dolphins!), Flipper helps Porter Ricks (Brian Kelly) with rescues at sea.
Elvis, 'Miami Vice'
In the action series (1984–1990), bachelor cop Sonny Crockett lives on a lifeboat with his cool pet alligator Elvis. He assigns Elvis the role to guard his lifeboat in his absence but the alligator chooses to sleep, eat and listen to music instead.
Pete the Pup, 'The Little Rascals'
Formerly known as "Our Gang" (1922 to 1944), the show featured a dog (played by a pit bull named Pal and later by his son Pete) having a partially circled eye. The circle was completed with the help of makeup for him and all the dogs featured in all the remakes of "The Little Rascal" (1955).
A capuchin monkey, Marcel was Ross Geller’s (David Schwimmer) pet and was played by Katie. Inordinately fond of the song “The Lion Sleeps Tonight,” Marcel later found fame as an actor.
Dwayne Johnson doesn't mind if you want to call him The Rock
"There's no rules."Catching up with Digital Spy and other media recently, the 47-year-old chronicled his shifting mentality towards the moniker he's best known for: 'The Rock', and how he's happy for people to call him pretty much whatever they like.
Tiger, 'The Brady Bunch'
One of America’s most popular TV shows, the Brady brothers’ – Greg, Peter and Bobby – pet dog Tiger was only on the cast for two seasons.
Salem, 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch'
A talking cat? Well, yes. But Salem is no ordinary cat – he is actually an elderly witch cursed to live in feline form for plotting to take over the world. In this fantasy teen series, Salem (voiced by Nick Bakay) appears in every episode (the show ran from 1996 to 2003) and is the constant companion of the lead character – Sabrina – played by Melissa Joan Hart.
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Astro, 'The Jetsons'
In this animated series (1962–1963), the Jetsons' pet dog Astro is a favorite of Elroy and his father George. Astro appears to be able to communicate in English and often gets into scrapes that provide laughs.
Comet, 'Full House'
Played by Buddy, Comet is the Tanner family’s faithful and adorable Golden Retriever. He joined the cast in the third season - the show ran from 1987 to 1995.
Kevin Hart open to hosting Oscars with Dwayne Johnson
Kevin Hart is prepared to host the 2020 Oscars with Dwayne Johnson, despite having to stand down as host this year after controversial tweets emerged.Born on July 6, 1979, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S, his full name is Kevin Darnell Hart.
Kevin Hart didn't enjoy working with real animals on Jumanji: The Next Level as he was terrified of the camel he had to ride.
The funnyman reprises his role as video game avatar Franklin 'Moose' Finbar in the sequel to 2017's Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, but was less comfortable during filming this time as he had to deal with real beasts.
Kevin explained during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show that he prefers working with computer-generated animals as he can trust them more.
"I prefer green screen to actual animals - I have a certain respect for them because we don't know what they are thinking!" he laughed.
However, his co-star Dwayne Johnson then revealed the real reason was because he had to ride a camel during a segment of the film set in the desert. "It's a fear. He is terrified of camels!" he added.
© Provided by Cover Media The Ride Along actor also discussed playing a different character in the sequel, as he is now the avatar for Danny Glover's Milo Walker, rather than the young athlete Anthony 'Fridge' Johnson.
"The thought of (playing an avatar) is challenging, but when you embrace the idea, it's actually more fun than anything and we had the opportunity to elevate the first movie we did. The challenge was to come back and outdo that success," he said.
Elsewhere in the interview, the wrestler-turned-actor shared his delight with the sequel, which expands upon the first movie, which was a reboot of the original 1995 film Jumanji, starring Robin Williams.
"The first movie was amazing - it really took off," Johnson said. "With the success of that, we wanted to come back even bigger for part two so we all committed to each other that the story would be right and that the creativity would expand the Jumanji universe."
Jumanji: The Next Level, which also stars Karen Gillan, Jack Black, and Nick Jonas, is out on 13 December.
Kevin Hart Says He's 'About 65 to 75 Percent' Back to Normal Following Car Accident .
'Life kind of hits you in a completely different way.'The Jumanji: The Next Level star is on Wednesday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and takes viewers back to what it was like recovering from back surgery.