Racist Letters Mailed to Georgia Residents Telling Non-White People to Leave
The notes were delivered in white envelopes, some with the names of residents on, some without. None of them had a name of a sender."We want this neighborhood just for white people. Out Hispanics, out Blacks, out Asians," the six-line note reads. Residents begun receiving the letters on Tuesday evening, but some arrived at houses the next day.
© Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Former *Bachelorette* star and journalist Georgia Love has announced her exciting new role within the media landscape - a gig at Channel 7's daily 7News.
Former Bachelorette star and journalist Georgia Love has announced her exciting new role within the media landscape.
The 31-year-old unexpectedly left Channel 10 last month, but has quickly found her feet again with another iconoic news organisation - Channel Seven's 7News.
Georgia announced the news in the rather apt way - standing before a camera with a 7News mic.
She simply wrote: "In some personal news … @7NewsMelbourne."
Alleged Dog Fighting Ring Busted, 11 People Arrested Also Face Drug Charges
Dogfighting is a felony in all 50 states and illegal gambling and drug sales often take place at such events, with the animals involves often dying due to injuries.The individuals now face 136 criminal counts including alleged conspiracy, possession, distribution and the intent to distribute drugs, as well as alleged violations of the dogfighting prohibitions contained in the federal Animal Welfare Act of 1966, a federal law regulating the handling of animals.
The Bachelorette star added the hashtag, "NewBeginnings. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Georgia Love has a new gig with 7News Melbourne.
Georgia's pals flocked to the image to share their excitement for the new role.
"Congrats x," wrote fellow Bachelor star Anna Heinrich.
Gallery: MAFS reunion: Meet the cast (TV WEEK)
Ines Basic, season six
She was arguably the most hated woman in Australia after she unleashed on husband Bronson Norrish and then ended up cheating with Sam Ball.
But the seemingly single Ines has a new and glamorous look and is quite the Instagram influencer these days.
Jessika Power, season six
She was disastrously matched with farmer Mick Gould and went on to be part of an explosive cheating scandal with Dan Webb, but blonde bombshell Jessika didn't find her Mr Right on the show.
Tamara Jaber is ready to be a mum
Tamara Jaber is ready to be a mum with her fiancee Eduardo Roy - 11 years after her split with radio shock jock Kyle Sandilands, and Tamara's new partner couldn't be any more different."I can't believe I'm such good content 10 years on," grins Tamara, 38, who hasn't spoken to Kyle Sandilands since their split, but recently overheard him reading a love letter to her on his radio show – which her mum was listening to!
The influencer is now based in the Gold Coast and is dating rapper, Filip Poznanovic.
Seb Guilhaus & Lizzie Sobinoff
Seb Guilhaus & Lizzie Sobinoff, season six and seven
The only 2020 stars invited to the reunion were the season's only remaining couple, though Lizzie is a season six star as well.
Though they were together when the reunion was filmed in December 2020, Lizzie and Seb announced their break up the following month and Seb hinted that COVID-19 played a part in their split after he moved from his hometown of Adelaide to be with Lizzie.
"I immediately felt totally isolated in Sydney, different culture, different energy, knowing very few people. Liz was my family and friends at that stage," he explained of their shock split.
Cyrell Paule, season six
Cyclone incoming! Though she's still got her trademark fiery personality, a lot has changed in Cyrell's life since her marriage with Nic Jovanovic didn't work out.
Liberals Are Choosing Convenience Over Workers
The Prop 22 episode reveals the tectonic shift undergone by American liberalism—and the Democratic Party—since the 1980s. [From the June 2020 issue: I’m risking my life to bring you ramen]Executives and owners regard Prop 22 as an obvious win: By replacing their workforces with third-party contractors, they’ll see labor costs go down and profit margins go up. Workers, however, will find no silver lining.
The former bride is now a proud mum to baby Boston who she shares with Love Island star Eden Dally. The family now live together in Sydney.
Martha Kalifatidis & Michael Brunelli
Martha Kalifatidis & Michael Brunelli, season six
Aside from Cam and Jules, these two were only couple attending the reunion that are still together and we love to see it.
Martha and Michael, who quit his job as a primary school teacher and is now running his own fitness business, are now living together in Sydney and fans are waiting for an engagement or pregnancy announcement every time they post to Instagram.
Bachelorette Georgia Love and Lee Elliott will be marry in March 2021
The countdown is on for Bachelorette lovebirds Georgia Love and Lee Elliott to tie the knot. With their wedding just weeks away, Georgia has penned a Stellar column about her love for Lee.With their wedding just weeks away, Georgia has penned a Stellar column about her love for Lee and her excitement to finally become his wife.
Sarah Roza, season five
We're still a bit sad that she and groom Telv Williams didn't last, but Sarah Roza is continuing to slay three years after her TV wedding.
The ever-glamorous 2018 star is now a TV and radio host as well as an ambassador for all things fashion and beauty.
Mike Gunner, season six
Mike was matched with bride Heidi Latcham but despite more ups and downs than a rollercoaster, the couple didn't make it work.
These days, Mike is a tattooist based in the Gold Coast and reassured the UK audience watching his season of MAFS, "It's ok, I'm not that bad."
Charlene Perera, season five
Back in 2018, we were applauding when bride Charlene called out the boys for their misogynistic behaviour.
Hopefully, our unapologetic queen will have a similar mic drop moment at the dinner table.
Jo McPharlin (aka Foxy Jojo), season five
We still reckon the experts did our gal Foxy Jojo dirty when she was matched with Sean Donnelly but just look at her now!
The season five fan favourite has undergone a dramatic weight loss transformation and owes it all to being more organised with her food and undergoing treatment with a machine called MM Slim, which performs non-surgical lipo suction.
Working 5 to 9. It’s no way to make a living
More and more workers are finding themselves 'hustling' in insecure and underpaid jobs, and it could be causing suicide rates to rise.A new ad glorifying “hustle” culture debuted during yesterday’s Super Bowl, featuring a spin on Dolly Parton’s “Nine to Five”: “Working five to nine, you’ve got passion and a vision. ‘Cause it’s hustlin’ time, whole new way to make a livin’.
"I have no idea [how much weight I've lost], I haven't had scales in my house for over 10 years now," she explained.
"I just know that all my clothes fit so much better now. I'm still totally me, just a bit thinner."
Troy Delmege, season five
Ah Toothbrush Troy, we've missed you. Aside from his vigorous brushing, Troy was most famous for turning up to the season five reunion dinner party with new girlfriend and co-star, Carly Bowyer.
Now single, Troy had a tough 2020 when he contracted a parasite (blastocystis hominis) and took months to recover. But now he's back and ready to catch up with his MAFS alumni pals.
Tracey Jewel, season five
She was cheated on by her on-screen husband Dean Wells, but Tracey Jewel's life is looking a little different these days.
The former bride is expecting her second child with partner Nathan Constable and joked that she wasn't able to drink at the reunion dinner party.
"Oh the drama! And I had to do the dinner party sober! Missed you guys!" she quipped on Instagram.
Dean Wells, season five
Foodhub enters Aussie market, taking on UberEats and Deliveroo with a commission-free alternative
There’s a new player in the Aussie meal-delivery scene, with UK player Foodhub closing a multimillion-dollar acquisition of Eat Appy. © Provided by Smart Company The Foodhub app Foodhub differentiates itself by steering clear of the standard, and often controversial, commission-based model. Rather, it charges restaurants a monthly fee. Founded in 2017 by restaurant owner Mohamed Shakil and software developer Ardian Mula, it was designed to offer an alternative to the likes of UberEats and Deliveroo and a better experience for small businesses and customers alike.
Tracey's hubby is back too! Dean, who infamously had an illicit dalliance with Davina Rankin, became the season's villain - and resident rapper.
The single former groom now has his own podcast titled Dangerous Ideas with Deano and even called himself an innovator for being one of the first contestants to cheat on the show.
Nasser Sultan, season five
Last but not least, it's one of the franchise's most polarising contestants.
The former groom isn't afraid to hold back on any reality TV show contestants and has dubbed himself "Australia's Favourite Celebrity."
Celeb stylist Lana Wilkinson also added, "Go my girl' proud of you! Congratulations."
Melbourne socialite Bec Judd wrote one word to sum it up: "Awesome". © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Georgia, who is engaged to her Bachelorette love Lee Elliot, was flooded with comments of support.
Georgia started at Channel 10 in 2017, calling it her dream job as she became a roving reporter for its daily news broadcast.
In statement this week, Network 10 commented on Georgia's swift departure: "As with any casual position, the availability of work ebbs and flows with the requirements of the company." © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd It's going to be a big year for Georgia.
Georgia's new job isn't the only big thing happening for her this year - she's set to marry her fiancee Lee Elliot.
The pair, who met on The Bachelorette, got engaged in 2019.
They were planning to marry in 2020, however the COVID-19 pandemic threw plans into disarray.
No matter though - it looks like the pair have found plenty of other ways to plough forward with their happily ever after, including buying a house.
Bring on 2021, we say!
Georgia Prosecutor Fani Willis Warns Donald Trump as Investigation Deepens .
The Fulton County DA suggested the former president's request that Georgia's Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger "find 11,780 votes" could show criminal intent.Fani Willis, a Democrat recently elected as DA for Fulton County, also addressed the issue of criminal intent, seen by legal experts as a sticking point in any prosecution, with an apparent reference to Trump's request to "find 11,780 votes.