Elle Macpherson: Healthy makes you beautiful
© Bang Showbiz Elle Macpherson Elle Macpherson thinks that a healthy lifestyle automatically makes you beautiful. The Australian also impressed at 56 years of age with her incredible charisma and well-trained body. But even the model struggled a few years ago. "When I was 50 I felt like I wasn't myself. My hair, nails and skin were dry and damaged. I gained weight," she says. Thereupon Elle turned to a nutritionist for help. "I meant something is wrong." She replied, 'Yes, you do the same thing
Eighth Immortal Andrew Johns is unconvinced back-to-back premiers the Sydney Roosters will finish in the top four this season and has backed last year's runners-up the Canberra Raiders to take out the crown. © Getty Iosia Soliola of the Raiders is congratulated by team mates after scoring a try during the round 2 NRL match between the New Zealand Warriors
With the season resuming on Thursday after a two-month COVID-19 hiatus, fans will be eager to see what impact, if any, the break had on the league's complexion.
While Johns and NSW Blues coach Brad Fittler couldn't foresee much change in the game's current frontrunners, neither were convinced Trent Robinson's back-to-back premiership winning Roosters could stake a claim to the title after dropping their first two games.
The moment Geyer nearly punched Gould
Brad Fittler has revealed the moment the entire Penrith Panthers squad thought Mark Geyer would hit coach Phil Gould. © Getty Phil Gould, Mark Geyer Fittler and Geyer were premiership teammates when the Panthers, under Gould as coach, went on to win the 1991 NSWRL grand final against Canberra.But it was far from smooth sailing at times according to Fittler, who revealed the moment the entire playing group thought Geyer would let his emotions get the better of him.
"I think the Raiders for me are premiership favourites, followed by Parramatta and probably the Broncos," said Johns.
"The Roosters will be thereabouts, but I'm not sure if they'll finish in the top four this year."
Pictures- The greatest moments in NRL history
From 1908 until 1994, Australia’s first rugby league competition was ran by New South Wales Rugby League (NSWRL). However, the league along with other minor premiers were re-unified to form National Rugby League in 1998. A look at some of the most memorable moments over the years.
Brazil: in a month, Maria loses five members of her family from the Covid-19
© MICHAEL DANTAS Maria Moitinho Nunes Sinimbú, 76, in her house in Manaus in Brazil on May 16, 2020 where she saw three of her children die children In less than a month, Maria Nunes Sinimbu, 76, saw five members of her family, including three of her children, killed by a coronavirus that is wreaking havoc in Manaus, the main city in the Brazilian Amazon.
2015 - North Queensland Cowboys vs. Brisbane Broncos
In first NRL final that ended in a draw, North Queensland claimed victory over Brisbane 17-16 in golden point extra time. It was their first premiership title. The winning goal was scored by Johnathan Thurston (R), who was awarded the Clive Churchill medal.
(Pictured) Matthew Scott and Johnathan Thurston of the Cowboys hold aloft the premiership trophy after winning the 2015 NRL Grand Final match.
2014 – South Sydney Rabbitohs vs. Canterbury Bulldogs
Since 1971, Rabbitohs won their first ever title with the help of Sam Burgess’ (pictured) incredible performance that earned him the Clive Churchill Medal. The final score was 30-6.
2013 – Sydney Roosters vs. Manly Sea Eagles
With 18-8 lead, Manly had everything under control until the last 25 minutes when Roosters made a stunning comeback to win the final for the first time since 2002. Roosters secured 26-18 victory when Michael Jennings (pictured) broke through to ground James Maloney's grubber in the last few minutes of the game.
Can the mouthguard cause eye herpes?
© Andrea Warnecke / dpa-tmn / Illustration Herpes usually infect the lips much more often than the eyes. Does wearing an oral nose protector increase the risk of an eye herpes infection? This is what experts say. critics of the Corona restrictions mobilize against masks that have to be worn in shops and on the train. In some cases, the truth is not taken too seriously: Claim: Cases of eye sores increase due to wearing a mouth and nose protector. Rating: Not used.
2012 – Melbourne Storm vs. Canterbury Bulldogs
In one of the most controversial moment in NRL history, Bulldogs’ James Graham (R) bit the ear of Storm’s Billy Slater (L), for which the former received a 12-match ban. Storm won the final 14-4.
2008 – Manly Warringah Sea Eagles vs. Melbourne Storm
Team Manly thrashed their opponents by the biggest ever margin (40-0) in the game’s history. The highlight of the game was Michael Robertson’s (L) hat trick tries that made him the first player to score three tries since Steve Renouf in 1997. The final also saw Steven Menzies equal Terry Lamb's record of 349 first-grade games.
2005 – Wests Tigers vs. North Queensland Cowboys
It was the first ever grand final appearance for both the teams, where West Tigers’ won 30-16. Tigers’ Brett Hodgson displayed an incredible performance by scoring five goals.
Why Fittler was 'really surprised' GI retired
League legends Brad Fittler and Andrew Johns dissect the shock news that Greg Inglis has signed for Warrington.Inglis stunned the rugby league world this week, with the 33-year-old agreeing to join Warrington Wolves for the 2021 season.
2004 – Canterbury Bulldogs vs. Sydney Roosters
In the first half of the game, Bulldogs were trailing 13-6, but in the second half they quickly covered the lead with the help of Matt Utai and Hazem El Masri. During the last few minutes of the game, Bulldogs were leading 16-13, when Roosters’ Michael Crocker (pictured) made a break on the 40m line but was tackled by Bulldogs Captain Andrew Ryan. The Bulldogs win the final 16-13.
2003 – Penrith Panthers vs. Sydney Roosters
In the last game with Penrith, Scott Sattler made one of the greatest tackle in NRL history. It was a turning point of the game when Sattler chased down and made a tackle on the Roosters’ winger Todd Byrne (in white), sending him out of the field. Panthers won the game – 18-6.
2001 – Newcastle Knights vs. Parramatta Eels
Parramatta Eels were trailing 24-0 at high time and did everything to fight back but fell short. Knights won the final 30-24. The highlight of the match was Timana Tahu's (pictured) second-half try, where he got tangled up with Luke Burt before putting the ball down inside the chalk.
'Rotten' Bateman act slammed by legends
John Bateman's contract standoff with the Raiders has branded "rotten" by Andrew Johns and Brad Fittler. Bateman has been given permission to negotiate with other clubs after seeking an upgrade, from his current $600,000 per season to $800,000 a year over a long-term deal. He is contracted until the end of next season but may well be gone."It's an awful look all the way around," Fittler said on Wide World of Sports' Freddy and the Eighth. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.
1999 – Melbourne Storm vs. St George Illawarra Dragons
At half-time Dragons were leading 14-0 and everyone thought the game was going to end in their favor. However, Storm made a stunning comeback when Anthony Mundine knocked on over the try line that proved to be a turning point in the game. Storm quickly covered up the lead to 18-14. In the 77th minute, Brett Kimmorley bombed to winger Craig Smith but before he could ground it, Dragons’ Jamie Ainscough knocked him unconscious. The video referee gave a penalty try to Storm, which was successfully converted. Storm won the game 20-18.
1997 – Newcastle Knights vs. Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
Newcastle Knights’ Andrew Johns helped his team reach their first final against defending champions Manly Warringah Sea Eagles. Before the final game, there were concerns about Johns’ health as he had suffered a punctured lung, however, he went ahead and played the final. Both the teams were tied at 16-all and in the final moment of the game Johns ran down a narrow blind side and slipped a pass to winger Darren Albert who successfully scored, giving the Knights a 22-16 win over Manly.
1989 – Canberra Raiders vs. Balmain Tigers
In one of the greatest final, Canberra Raiders defeated Balmain Tigers 19-14. The final witnessed Canberra’s Steve Jackson come off the bench to score his memorable try that earned his team their first premiership.
Habeck sees Merkel's authority in the corona crisis "almost tragically destroyed"
© Tobias SCHWARZ Greens leader Robert Habeck accuses the Federal Government of serious omissions in corona policy and sees the authority of the chancellor destroyed. Greens leader Robert Habeck accuses the Federal Government of serious omissions in corona policy and sees the Chancellor's authority destroyed. "In an almost tragic way, individual prime ministers destroyed their authority because they rushed ahead and went their own way without voting," said Habeck to the "Tagesspiegel" on Sunday.
1975 – Eastern Suburbs vs. St George
The 1975 final is best remembered for Graeme Langlands wearing white boots rather than the standard black. But the main highlight was his groin injury for which he was given a painkilling injection just before the game. Instead of reducing the pain it numbed his leg completely. Talking about the incident, he wrote in his book “Larrikin and Saint” – "It was an injection that went wrong. It wasn't the doctor's fault. The injection went in where the nerves shouldn't have been. They had moved because of all the injuries that I've had around the groin." Eastern Suburbs won 38-0.
(Pictured) Graeme Langlands talks to media during an NRL press conference at Sydney Cricket Ground on April 1, 2014.
1970 – South Sydney Rabbitohs vs. Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
In the 1970 final between South Sydney Rabbitohs and Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, South’s captain John Sattler turned out to be a star player. In the opening moments of the game, Sattler suffered a double fracture of his jaw after being punched by Manly’s John Bucknall. However, he decided to continue playing and said to his teammate Mike Cleary, "Hold me up so they don't know I'm hurt." South Sydney won the final 23-12.
(Pictured) John Sattler talks to the media during a NRL Grand Final media opportunity at Rugby League Central in Sydney on Oct. 3, 2014.
After years of rebuild in Sydney's west, Fittler was particularly interested to see how Brad Arthur's Eels would fare in what feels like the club's best chance at a premiership in the modern era.
Coming off an impressive 2019 finals run that was headlined by a 58-0 shellacking of the Broncos, Arthur's men find themselves sitting atop the 2020 ladder under the command of career-best form from Mitchell Moses.
It's a story that the league will watch with great interest, and one the Blues coach had no hesitation in backing. © Getty Parramatta Eels star Mitchell Moses.
"I think Parramatta, I just like the look of their team," Fittler said.
"They seem very well rounded and they've built it over a couple of years. So, I feel they're going to be strong.
"I feel like Melbourne will just hand in there like they do. Canberra, especially with Jordan Rapana, that's a massive bonus.
"And the other one is Brisbane. It's going to be interesting to watch those young blokes go through. There will be times of pressure, will be interesting to see how they handle that. Brody croft, having him there just to steady the ship, he might be the big inclusion."
The Eels and Broncos will reignite the season when they kick off on Thursday night at Suncorp Stadium.
Robert Pattinson found out about Batman role on the first day of filming Tenet .
The actor had a very busy week.The actor also appears in Christopher Nolan's latest movie Tenet – which looks to be as mind-bending as the director's previous films – and he revealed to Total Film that he discovered he'd got the role as the Dark Knight on his very first day on set for Tenet.