Fortunately, DiCaprio has always been a good sport about the jabs. He gave Fey a thumbs-up on stage and laughed into his hand from his seat in the audience after Gervais’ shout-out.The attention on the Titanic star’s love life began in 1994, when he was linked to model Bridget Hall. By the early 2000s, he became one of the most eligible bachelors in Tinseltown. He went on to date Gisele Bündchen, Bar Refaeli, Blake Lively, Toni Garrn and Nina Agdal, among others, before finally settling down with current girlfriend Camila Morrone, who is 23 years his junior.“There’s so many relationships in Hollywood — and in the history of the world — where people have large age gaps,” Morrone told the Los Angeles Times in 2019 when asked whether critics of her and DiCaprio’s relationship get under her skin. “I just think anyone should be able to date who they want to date.”- Advertisement – Leonardo DiCaprio is almost as well-known for his love life as his movies and activism. Since launching his acting career in the early 1990s, the heartthrob has had a string of high-profile relationships with Hollywood’s finest actresses and, perhaps more famously, younger models.The Oscar winner’s dating history has often made him a punching bag for fellow celebrities including Tina Fey and Ricky Gervais. While introducing him at the 2014 Golden Globe Awards, the 30 Rock creator quipped, “And now, like a supermodel’s vagina, let’s all give a warm welcome to Leonardo DiCaprio.” Six years later, the Office alum joked at the same awards show, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is nearly three hours long. Leonardo DiCaprio attended the premiere, and by the end, his date was too old for him.”- Advertisement – The Great Gatsby star and the L.A.-born model started dating in 2017 and have been going strong ever since. A source exclusively told Us Weekly in 2020, “They’re always together but like maintaining privacy,” noting that the pair prefer to stay “off the grid” and are “not the type of couple to be posting on social media about each other.”Scroll down to see DiCaprio’s complete dating history! – Advertisement –
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Palm Beach has emerged as the suburb to watch on the Gold Coast in 2017.PALM BEACH is officially on the real estate hot list, with the suburb set to take over from Mermaid Beach as the top Gold Coast market to watch.Industry insider Tod Gillespie, the director of property valuer Heron Todd White, tipped that Miami and Varsity Lakes would also be standout performers this year.“While the location of the Gold Coast Highway has been an issue to buyers in the past, the flood of new coffee shops and eateries has put Palmy on the map,” Mr Gillespie said. He predicted Palm Beach would become the “new Mermaid Beach”, soaring ahead of Miami and Varsity Lakes.“If you compare Miami to Palm Beach two years ago, prices were on par with each other — now the Palm Beach market is much stronger than Miami,” he said.CoreLogic data reveals both suburbs have experienced strong price growth in the past five years.The median house price for Palm Beach is up 38 per cent to $706,000 while Miami has soared 50 per cent to reach $719,000. REIQ Gold Coast chairman John Newlands said the Coast will benefit from the infrastructure surrounding the 2018 Commonwealth Game. Picture: Queensland TourismREIQ Gold Coast chairman John Newlands shared a similar market outlook.“I don’t see us having a boom situation, but we will still benefit from the infrastructure surrounding the 2018 Commonwealth Games,” Mr Newlands said.“Tourism has picked up, which creates jobs in the hospitality industry and going forward, the big projects create plenty of jobs — the third arm of the light rail and the major building projects.”Mr Newlands expected investors to tighten their belts when it came to off-the-plan purchases.“The banks will want to make sure you can afford it,” he said. “Obviously it won’t matter if you’re a good candidate and you have no problem with a deposit. “But the last thing we need is a boom-bust situation so I think that’s a good precaution.” Top 10 suburbs to watch Source: Heron Todd White director Tod Gillespie Palm Beach Varsity Lakes Miami Coolangatta Merrimac Carrara Tugun/Bilinga Pottsville Mermaid Beach 150 Mallawa Drive, Palm Beach is going to auction on March 4.McGrath Palm Beach agent Laura Dean said Palm Beach offered a casual, beachside lifestyle that Gold Coasters loved“Palm Beach still has that quintessential beachside vibe with a great mix of original beach cottages, new duplexes, new detached homes and some amazing waterfront properties going up,” she said.“People have realised that this is one of the last suburbs on the coast where you can get this amazing mix of lifestyle and location.”Mr Gillespie said suburbs on the fringe of recent strong performers were now likely to have a better chance of price growth.“Volume will remain similar to what we have seen, which will assist an increase in values as buyer demand will remain strong,” he said.“The lack of product being available should result in quick-selling periods.” 150 Mallawa Drive, Palm Beach.Rounding out the top three suburbs to watch, Mr Gillespie said Varsity Lakes may also see a heightened market as a result of US President Donald Trump’s border policy.He predicted this could increase the overseas student intake at Bond University, creating more demand for rental properties. The relatively new suburb, which was developed by Delfin Lend Lease in 2002, was one of the Coast’s fastest-selling suburbs in 2016 recording a median house sale price of $597,500. Troy Herfoss and is partner Emily Roper recently bought a house atVarsity Lakes. Picture Glenn HampsonMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North11 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe southern suburbs of Coolangatta, Tugun, Bilinga and Banora Point all rate in Mr Gillespie’s top 10 suburbs to watch.Coolangatta has already recorded three multi-million dollar sales this month, including $2.825 million for a four-bedroom apartment in Elysee Residences.“Coolangatta has four of the world’s best surf breaks, north facing beaches and is the new third council designated CBD,” Mr Gillespie said.“Tugun and Bilinga are often forgotten but represent good value compared to Currumbin and Palm Beach. And Banora Point — on the back of the Coolangatta and Tweed markets having improved — is a very affordable family home location.”Mr Gillespie said Pottsville made the list because of its affordability compared with Kingscliff and Casuarina.He said that while overall house and unit prices looked set to increase, he didn’t expect growth to match that of the past two years.“Investor product will slow as lending restrictions tighten and yields fall on the back of a potential oversupply in the investor-focused fringe locations.”
Meanwhile, Link Group Managing Director John McMurtrie said his company was very impressed by Smart Pension’s team and confident in their people and technology capabilities, as well as their extensive understanding of the UK’s DC pensions market.Under the strategic partnership, Link Group will take on the administration for the Smart Pension Master Trust, and McMurtrie will become a non-executive director of Smart Pension.Link Group’s investment in Smart Pension is the third by a large pensions firm since the UK company was launched in 2015 by co-founders Evans and Will Wynne, managing director.JP Morgan became a minority equity investor in the company in January 2019, and LGIM invested in 2016. Smart Pension, a UK defined contribution (DC) master trust provider, has announced a new strategic partnership with Australian superannuation administrator Link Group aimed at fostering business for both companies in new markets in the UK and other countries.Link Group is to make an equity investment in the UK fintech firm as part of a strategic placement round, the two companies said.They said the investment would give Link Group “a strong and credible entry point into the growing UK retirement market” as well as significantly strengthening Smart Pension’s global expansion path.Andrew Evans, chief executive officer of Smart Pension, said: “This strategic partnership with a world-class player like Link Group significantly strengthens our global expansion plans while giving Link Group access to the UK retirement market and our leading financial products including our innovative at-retirement solution ‘Smart Retire’.”
Gastrade, a Greek utility company developing the Alexandroupolis LNG terminal, launched the second phase of the market test for the project.For Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia and other markets in Southeast Europe, the project will transmit natural gas through the Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria which is under construction and the other existing or planned pipelines in the region, Gastrade said in its statement.This is the binding bidding phase for capacity reservations in the project, the statement reads.Companies that have already expressed interest in the first phase of the market test are eligible to submit binding offers to Gastrade. The deadline for interested participants to submit their offers is February 24, 2020.In the first phase of the market test, twenty companies submitted relevant Expressions of Interest for a total of up to 12.2 billion cubic meters (bcm) per year of reserved regasification capacity at the floating terminal and delivery to the Greek National Natural Gas Transmission System (NNGTS).The Expressions of Interest surpassed the technical capacity of the project which is designed at 5.5 bcm per year.Gastrade expects to receive binding offers from a wide range of participants including gas supply companies, power utilities, other end users, gas distribution companies and traders.After the capacity allocation procedure supervised by RAE, allocated participants will be invited to sign advanced reservation capacity agreements in accordance with the relevant template approved by RAE.The project comprises an offshore floating, storage and regasification unit (FSRU) for the reception, storage and re-gasification of LNG, which will be stationed 17.6 km offshore the town of Alexandroupolis in Northeastern Greece, and a gas transmission pipeline, through which natural gas will be delivered to the NNGTS and onwards to the final consumers in Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia, North Macedonia, Romania, Turkey and further to Moldova, Ukraine and Hungary.The FSRU will have a nominal regasification and send-out capacity of 5.5 bcm per year and a peak technical regasification and send-out capacity of 22.8 million cubic meters per day.The tender process for the construction of the project is underway. The commercial operation date for the project is planned for the third quarter of 2022. The project is included in the European Union list of Projects of Common Interest and is fully licensed.In December 2019, Greek gas company DEPA and Gastrade signed a final agreement for the acquisition of a 20 percent share in the company by DEPA.On January 8, 2020, Bulgartransgaz, the Bulgarian gas transportation company, concluded terms of an agreement for a 20 percent participation in Gastrade.
BACOLOD City – Charged with act oflasciviousness, a senior citizen was arrested in Barangay 1, Hinoba-an, NegrosOccidental. The court recommended a P108,000 bailbond for Cornella’s temporary liberty./PN The suspect was detained in the lockupcell of the Hinoba-an police station. The 60-year-old resident HermosoCornella was caught on the strength of an arrest warrant around 2:30 p.m. onFeb. 3, police said. Officers of the municipal policestation served the warrant issued by Judge Rodney Magbanua of the RegionalTrial Court Branch 61 in Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental.
Press Association Luke Marshall has accepted full responsibility for Australia’s pivotal third try in Ireland’s 32-15 defeat on Saturday – and pledged not to repeat his mistake. The Ulster centre missed a first-up tackle on livewire Wallabies fly-half Quade Cooper in Ireland’s defensive line, gifting the visitors the try that effectively sealed victory. Frustrated by his error, Marshall quickly shouldered the blame but was also relieved to receive firm backing from head coach Joe Schmidt. “A couple of mistakes gave them soft tries; that fed their confidence and put us in problems. “It was pretty flat in the changing rooms, but I think we all knew when we were coming off the pitch that we should have done better.” New boss Schmidt refused to lambast four-cap Marshall for missing the routine tackle on Cooper that cost Ireland the first score of the second half. The former schoolteacher said: “Individual players still have a lot to learn. “When Cooper danced through, there are some things that need to be learned there, because we were really well matched-up. “But you cannot account for a guy who’s still really young and still learning, and I think that was pretty evident if you look at it again. “The best thing about that is that he’ll learn from it. The worst thing about it is that he’s learning from it in the Test arena, where everything counts. “Everything’s a final, you only get one shot at it and you’ve got to deliver it.” Marshall said: “I’ve just got to deal with it – this is the standard of rugby I want to be playing and when you make mistakes, sometimes you’ve just got to put your hand up and get on with it – and learn from it. “Joe (Schmidt) came over to me straight afterwards in the changing rooms, and said I just have to move on. “It’s Test rugby, it’s one of those things that happens: one mistake sometimes leads to a try. “But I appreciated him coming over, he did understand, and it’s nice to have that backing. “It’s given me a lot of confidence for him to give me that opportunity. The challenge of course is to take that forward now.” Marshall knows there is precious little time to dwell on Saturday’s comprehensive four-try Wallabies loss with a game against New Zealand looming on Sunday. “We can’t feel sorry for ourselves,” said the 22-year-old. “We’ve got to get through the video analysis, work hard this week and move on. It’s as big as it comes now this week.
He said: “With all respect, you cannot blame the president for this. Of course not. I have to blame myself, the players have to blame themselves and we have to find out if we can find a solution.” Norwich boss Alex Neil was thrilled with his side’s display on Wearside and in particular, with Hoolahan’s contribution. He said: “Wes was fantastic last year, and he’s been great. The older he’s got in the last couple of years, he’s really kept on as a player. “His experience and his quality that he’s got, and his ball control – technically, he’s a fantastic little player.” The only disappointment for the Scot was the late goal, although even that yielded a positive. He said: “We were probably arguing more about that after the game than losing last week, so I think it just shows how we go about our business and the standards we expect from each other, and that’s a positive thing.” Saturday’s 3-1 home defeat to Norwich proved even more soul-destroying than the 4-2 opening-day drubbing at Leicester, and left Advocaat desperately searching for a solution with the campaign threatening to unravel before it has begun in earnest. Asked if the performance has left him with more questions than answers, the 67-year-old Dutchman, who was due to sit down with his players for a frank exchange of views on Sunday, said: “A lot of questions. Press Association Shell-shocked Sunderland head coach Dick Advocaat has described his team’s early-season form as “frightening” after seeing them succumb in pitiful fashion for the second successive week. “You can lose or lose, but the way we lose is frightening. We discussed it last week and if you see them training, they give everything and many players are playing at the top. But that is not enough. “The strength of our team in the last nine games (of last season) was that we played 4-3-3, everybody knew what to do, the players accepted their roles. “Now probably some players maybe think that they can do more, and they cannot do that. In that way, I have seen a lot and I don’t accept it any more.” There was little to choose between the sides until Black Cats goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon could only parry Robbie Brady’s 26th-minute shot and look on in horror as the ball cannoned off defender Russell Martin’s shins and into the net. It was a lead the visitors never looked like relinquishing and as the impressive Wes Hoolahan started to work his magic with full-back Patrick van Aanholt seemingly mesmerised by what was going on around him, they killed the game off in clinical fashion. The Republic of Ireland international provided the link for first full-back Steven Whittaker and winger Nathan Redmond to carve paths through the home defence and beat Pantilimon either side of the break to send the locals streaming towards the exits with more than half an hour still to play. Substitute Duncan Watmore provided a modicum of light relief two minutes from time when he marked his Barclays Premier League debut with a consolation strike, but it proved little comfort. Many home fans raised their voices in a chorus of “Are you watching, Ellis Short?”, exhorting the chairman to sanction significant spending in what remains of the summer transfer window, but Advocaat, who has been frustrated by the lack of recent movement on that front, absolved the Texan of responsibility on that front.
A Palm Beach County mother has been arrested after her toddler allegedly overdosed onThe incident occurred in Sunday at an apartment in West Palm Beach.According to the report, the mother 33-year-old Nicole Ciufi, contacted authorities on Sunday after she noticed that her 13- month-old was struggling to breathe.The toddler was rushed to the hospital where doctors used Narcan to revive them.Ciufi was then arrested on Monday, after doctors found cocaine in the child’s system.Doctors say they also suspected that the child ingested fentanyl but tests for the drug were not immediately available. Ciufi is now facing child neglect charges.