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The seven words Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton can't sayThe seven words Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton can't say

Credit: New Zealand Herald - Published 17 hours ago
Gin. Primogeniture. Coutts.These are just some of the words, I'm guessing, the royal family loves and we, the hoi polloi, never use.Similarly, the royal family never has to utter "mortgage", "annual leave" and "bin night".Given... »more

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Canadian music celebrated at 2019 Juno Awards

Sarah McLachlan hosted the Juno Awards, Canada's annual celebration of homegrown music in London, Ont.
Credit: CBC.ca - Published


Captain Marvel India Box Office collections: Check report card

'Captain Marvel' is based on the Marvel Comics character Carol Danvers.
Credit: Zee News - Published


New Products - Halo Top launches ice cream sticks in the UK; Bubs Australia enters new category with toddler snacks; Dairy Crest expands Vitalite range with dairy-free Baking Block

This week's batch of new products includes ice cream sticks for the UK market from Halo Top Creamery of the US and a dairy-free Vitalite brand Baking Block from Dairy Crest.
Credit: Just-Food - Published


Junos 2019: Corey Hart shines, Sting surprises, Shawn Mendes sweeps

From the opening number, Body, by electronic duo Loud Luxury to the closing retro performance by Corey Hart, the 2019 Junos were a celebration of Canadian artists past and present — musicians currently climbing the charts and artists who helped lay the groundwork decades ago.
Credit: CBC.ca - Published

Ariana Grande makes new addition to Pete Davidson 'Always' tattoo
'Not a cover up just evolvin,' star wrote on Instagram
Credit: Independent - Published

Shane Dawson: Who is the YouTuber and why are his comments causing controversy?
The social media star has been the subject of controversy for several years since he launched his YouTube career in 2008
Credit: Independent - Published

Orkla begins search for CEO as Peter Ruzicka plans to step down
Norwegian food company Orkla has announced its chief executive and president Peter Ruzicka will step down in May.
Credit: Just-Food - Published

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