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John Cena’s ex was not a fan of his sex scenes in Trainwreck

John Cena’s ex was not a fan of his sex scenes in Trainwreck

JOHN Cena’s ex-fiancee was not a fan of the actor’s graphic sex scene in Amy Schumer’s movie, Trainwreck. Nikki Bella, who split from Cena in April after six years together, revealed on the latest episode of reality show Total Bellas that the sex scene damaged her relationship with the wrestling superstar. “Imagine watching your man…

‘I haven’t put pressure on myself’

‘I haven’t put pressure on myself’

AUSTRALIAN model Nicole Trunfio was in no rush to regain her pre-baby body, saying she refused to bow to pressure. US-based Trunfio, 32, is back Down Under, travelling with her baby daughter, Gia, and has been breastfeeding on set for her latest project. “Girls trip!,” she laughed. “It’s been six months since I had Gia,…

Khloe Kardashian shows off 15kg weight loss

Khloe Kardashian shows off 15kg weight loss

KHLO’E Kardashian never gave herself a deadline to drop the pregnancy pounds. “After I had True, I didn’t put any pressure on myself to lose the baby weight,” the Revenge Body star revealed on her blog. “I just wanted to get back to my regular routine from before I got pregnant, which was working out…

Bizarre video: Fans fear for East 17 singer Brian Harvey

Bizarre video: Fans fear for East 17 singer Brian Harvey

FORMER East 17 star Brian Harvey has sparked concern after uploading a worrying YouTube video in which he claims he hasn’t left the house in five years. In the clip, the troubled singer, 43, tells fans he is “going to war” against those who have allegedly made him a “prisoner in his own home,” The…

State Trustee in Vic ombudsman sights

State Trustee in Vic ombudsman sights

Victoria’s State Trustee, which administers more than $1 billion worth of assets, will be investigated by the ombudsman amid claims the financial wishes of vulnerable people are being ignored. Ombudsman Deborah Glass on Tuesday said the investigation would examine State Trustees’ role as an administrator for people who are unable to manage their financial and…

Catholic schools seek funding clarity

Catholic schools seek funding clarity

Catholic educators are hoping to get some clarity on school funding at a meeting with the federal minister in Sydney on Thursday. Catholic Education Commission of Victoria executive director Stephen Elder said non-government schools were starting term three with no idea about how much funding they would receive from the Turnbull government in 2019. “It’s…

China confident in 2018 growth targets

China confident in 2018 growth targets

China is still confident of hitting its economic growth target of around 6.5 per cent this year despite views that it faces a bumpy second half as a trade row with the United States intensifies, the state planning agency says. The remarks came a day after China reported slightly slower growth for the second quarter…

Manslaughter charge after ambulance crash

Manslaughter charge after ambulance crash

A woman has been charged with manslaughter after she allegedly drove through a red light and was on the wrong side of the road when she crashed into an ambulance in Perth, inflicting fatal injuries to an elderly patient. The crash in Dianella last week caused the ambulance to roll on its side and an…

New ACTU president vows to boost diversity

New ACTU president vows to boost diversity

Michele O’Neil is calling for more diversity in union leadership as the new ACTU president tries to arrest dwindling numbers of union members in Australia. Members make up just 15 per cent of Australia’s workforce and Ms O’Neil, who was elected president at the Australian Council of Trade Unions Congress on Tuesday, says that’s not…

ALP’s labour hire plan slammed by minister

ALP’s labour hire plan slammed by minister

Workplace Minister Craig Laundy has warned Labor’s proposed crackdown on dodgy labour hire companies will cripple the industry and punish employees. Opposition Leader Bill Shorten promised to introduce legislation, if Labor wins the next federal election, to guarantee labour-hire workers the same pay and conditions as people directly employed by businesses. But Mr Laundy said…