North West has scored her first magazine cover at the age of five after gracing the front of a fashion publication. North, the eldest child of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, appears on the front of WWD Beauty Inc.My most stylish and beautiful baby girl North shot her 1st cover for @wwd !!!! She loves fashion & beauty and has so much fun doing this! Hair- @chrisappleton1, Eyeliner- @maryphillips, Styling- @kimkardashian 🙋🏻♀️ 📷 @jucophoto pic.twitter.com/YU5xh6SNHa— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) February 22, 2019The publication describes her as “at the forefront of a generation that is highly connected, engaged with fashion and beauty and individualistic in style”. North was pictured wearing a range of colourful outfits for her first solo appearance on a magazine cover and was styled by her famous mother.
February 23, 2019 05:26 UTC
A sequel to hit musical The Greatest Showman is in development, the director has revealed. The film stars Hugh Jackman as circus pioneer PT Barnum and the Australian actor wowed fans at the Brit Awards this week when he opened the show with a performance from the movie. The Greatest Showman, which starred Hugh Jackman, could be getting a sequel (Victoria Jones/PA Wire)After being released in 2017, The Greatest Showman became a global success, grossing more than 434 million US dollars – about £332 million – worldwide. He told The Sun: “When a movie becomes as big a success as this, it’s only natural there is demand for a sequel. The Greatest Showman also starred Zac Efron and Michelle Williams and spawned hits including This Is Me and Rewrite The Stars.
February 23, 2019 05:26 UTC
A witness who lives in an adjacent block took the photograph that captured the 30-year-old Eritrean’s last moments. He told the Daily Record : “I could hear hysterical screaming and I went to the window and I saw the woman being held by the hair. “An African guy had come out of block 150 and had tried to run away. Worshippers at the local Eritrean Orthodox church have paid tribute to the member of their congregation, calling her a “wonderful” woman. Detective Inspector Aileen Boyle, of the Major Investigation Team, said: “Officers are continuing to gather every detail possible on Alem’s death.
February 23, 2019 05:15 UTC
The Paris Saint Germain midfielder was close to joining the Spanish champions in January, but the deal collapsed after the French side refused to negotiate terms over a fee. Rabiot is in the final six months of his deal in Paris, and could have signed a pre-contract agreement with Barca, but his agent and mother failed to get a deal over the line. That failure proved an intolerable strain on the pair's working relationship, and Rabiot has has since relieved her of her duties, report Sport. (Image: Getty Images)The Anfield side have repeatedly denied they are keeping tabs on Rabiot, and Barca are believed to still be open to the possibility of the midfielder joining them - but only if the player's new representation make the first move. (Image: AFP/Getty Images)He joined PSG as a youth player in 2010, making his first-team debut in 2012 and going to make more than 150 appearances for the side from the French capital.
February 23, 2019 04:52 UTC
Javi Gracia insisted high-flying Watford can achieve “something different” after beating Cardiff 5-1 for their biggest win of the season. Javi Gracia insisted high-flying Watford can achieve “something different” after beating Cardiff 5-1 for their biggest win of the season. Surging Watford have Gracia believing this will be a season with a differenceWatford have now lost only once in 11 games in climbing to seventh in the Premier League and reaching the quarter-finals of the FA Cup. Number 4⃣ pic.twitter.com/NkULMAdwum — Watford Football Club (@WatfordFC) February 22, 2019“I am happy with the way we are playing. “We are competing in all the games and, with this ambition, I am sure we can achieve something different this season.
February 23, 2019 04:39 UTC
Chelsea have been banned from registering new players until July 2020 for breaking FIFA regulations over the transfer of minors. The FIFA Disciplinary Committee has sanctioned the English club Chelsea FC and The Football Association for breaches relating to the international transfer and registration of players under the age of 18. FIFA regulations prohibit the international transfer of players under 18, unless in specific circumstances not related to football. Chelsea said in a statement: “Chelsea FC categorically refutes the findings of the FIFA disciplinary committee and will therefore be appealing the decision. “Chelsea FC acted in accordance with the relevant regulations and will shortly be submitting its appeal to FIFA.”- Press Association
February 23, 2019 04:30 UTC
And Neville thinks that should his former teammates guide the Red Devils past title hopefuls Liverpool at Old Trafford, the hierarchy will have seen enough to make up their mind. (Image: AFP/Getty Images)"He has to be given the job now, for what he has done," Carragher said. "It would be very difficult for another manager to take the job in the summer now. "The pressure on a new manager to get the performances out of Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Paul Pogba as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is getting right now would be difficult. "The players will be desperate for him to get it as well because they are enjoying their football and the games he has won, games they weren't winning at the start of the season, means he is a cert right now."
February 23, 2019 04:30 UTC
R&B star R Kelly has been taken into custody after arriving at a Chicago police station. R&B star R Kelly has been taken into custody after arriving at a Chicago police station. R Kelly arrested and held in custody following sex abuse chargesThe singer attended the station hours after authorities announced multiple charges of aggravated sexual abuse involving four victims, including at least three between the ages of 13 and 17. The 52-year-old singer, whose real name is Robert Kelly, was driven to the station in a dark-coloured van with heavily-tinted rear windows. Singer/songwriter Robert Kelly (R. Kelly) is under arrest and in #ChicagoPolice custody in reference to the indictment announced by Cook County state's Attorney Kimberly Foxx.
February 23, 2019 03:00 UTC
Four dance groups await the final of BBC talent competition The Greatest Dancer and the end of its first series. Four dance groups await the final of BBC talent competition The Greatest Dancer and the end of its first series. The dance show has seen soloists and ensembles vying for the approval of a live audience and the public. Mabuse may be the favourite to guide the winner of the new dance competition, mentoring youthful girl ensemble KLA, and the only remaining solo act, Ellie. The Greatest Dancer airs on BBC One tonight at 7.10pm.
February 23, 2019 02:48 UTC
R Kelly handed himself in to the authorities this evening after being charged with aggravated sexual abuse against four alleged victims. (Image: Fernando Rodriguez / SplashNews.com)(Image: Fernando Rodriguez / SplashNews.com)(Image: mirror.co.uk)Chicago Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi tweeted a short time later that R Kelly was under arrest. R Kelly had previously said he was "shell-shocked" by the charges and was looking forward to clearing his name in court. (Image: Getty Images)(Image: Getty Images)The R&B superstar's attorney Steven Greenberg earlier in the evening tweeted that Kelly would be turning himself in to Chicago police before midnight. (Image: Fernando Rodriguez / SplashNews.com)(Image: Getty Images)Kelly was expected to appear at a bond hearing on Saturday afternoon, Foxx said.
February 23, 2019 02:45 UTC
Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe would be justified in running a budget deficit in the event of a shock to the economy, Seamus Coffey, the chairman of the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council told the Irish Independent yesterday. Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe would be justified in running a budget deficit in the event of a shock to the economy, Seamus Coffey, the chairman of the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council told the Irish Independent yesterday. Mr Coffey's comments came after Central Bank Governor Philip Lane said earlier this month that the department would be justified in boosting the economy in the event of a big economic shock. The Fiscal Council has traditionally urged the government to build budget buffers and, in recent years, sharply criticised out of control spending in areas like health. The call for a renewed look at running budget deficits to lean against economic downturns has recently received a boost from some of the world's top economists.
MedTech group Iqvia, a global technology solutions and contract research services provider, is to create 100 jobs in Dublin. MedTech group Iqvia, a global technology solutions and contract research services provider, is to create 100 jobs in Dublin. The new roles are in the areas of clinical project management, data management, drug safety and biostatistics. In particular, Iqvia is recruiting pharmacovigilance - or drug safety - specialists, across a variety of safety services spanning both clinical trials and medicines. meanwhile, more than 200 jobs are to be created in Sligo as part of the international expansion of a US-headquartered plastics manufacturer.
Global equity markets have soared since the beginning of the year, with double digit percentage gains virtually everywhere. Global equity markets have soared since the beginning of the year, with double digit percentage gains virtually everywhere. On pronouncing the balance sheet in auto-pilot and that this wasn't likely to change, global markets went into a tailspin. Equity markets are buoyant, interest rate markets have moved to pricing a largely unchanged rate path and credit markets are increasingly taking comfort from a low volatility environment. The US economic cycle, and by extension the global cycle, is at a delicate point.
Kraft Heinz shares fell to their record low on a slew of bad news, mainly centering on a multi-billion dollar write-down, which had investors wondering if years of rigorous cost cuts came at the expense of losing the value of marquee Kraft and Oscar Mayer brands. Kraft Heinz shares fell to their record low on a slew of bad news, mainly centering on a multi-billion dollar write-down, which had investors wondering if years of rigorous cost cuts came at the expense of losing the value of marquee Kraft and Oscar Mayer brands. Kraft Heinz, controlled by Brazil's 3G Capital and Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, has been combating higher transportation and commodity costs by tightening overall expenses. Kraft also hit investors with the announcement of a regulatory probe, a chop in its dividend and a quarterly loss. "Kraft Heinz results confirmed all our worst fears - plus more," Guggenheim Partners' analyst Laurent Grandet said in a note.
Irish people in Britain will still be able to access healthcare, benefits and education despite mounting fears that a no-deal Brexit is looming. Special deal agreed for Irish living in the UK after Brexit, but Government has no plan to avoid hard borderThe UK government last night set out fresh guidance on rights under the Common Travel Area (CTA) between Ireland and Britain. Meanwhile, the Irish Government still has no plan for how a hard Border can be avoided in Ireland in a crash-out Brexit scenario. He said he still doesn't believe a no-deal Brexit will happen but "we have to plan for it just in case." The Department of Foreign Affairs said avoiding a hard border was "the Government's priority in all circumstances".