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'All of Australia is crying right now!' Irena Srbinovska's heart breaks on The Bachelor after love rival Bella Varelis receives a rose from Locky Gilbert

The Bachelor's Bella Varelis put on a confident performance at Thursday night's cocktail party after receiving a rose from Locky Gilbert on their single date. And it didn't take long before Irena Srbinovska found herself overwhelmed with emotion, as she fled the scene and broke down in tears. When the 31-year-old revealed her fears that Locky was 'slipping away' from her, hearts around the country broke for the mild-mannered nurse. Scroll down for video  'All of Australia is crying right now!' Irena Srbinovska's heart broke on Thursday's episode of The Bachelor, after love rival Bella Varelis received a rose from Locky Gilbert 'All of Australia is crying right now, Irena my heart breaks!' one concerned viewer wrote on Twitter.  Another tweeted: 'Just want to give Irena a hug right now.' Several fans thought  Locky wasn't good enough for Irena - who is a frontline healthcare worker during the COVID-19 pandemic - and wanted the worl

The Block's Jess Eva and Norm Hogan reveal the bizarre way they blew their $209,000 cash prize - after going through the entire amount in two years

Jess Eva and Norm Hogan have spent the entire $209,000 prize money they won on The Block just two years ago. Speaking on Triple M's Moonman In The Morning on Friday, Jess revealed the couple blew the cash on a swimming pools, gambling and 'helping out their friends'. 'The first thing we bought was two above-ground pools... and we handed them out to our friends like lollies,' she revealed. Revealed: The Block's Jess Eva and Norm Hogan have revealed the unusual way they spent their $209,000 cash prize two years after winning the money 'We just had friends who had been wanting a pool for ages... They're $5000 each, so there's $10,000,' she said. Jess also revealed the couple spent a portion of the prize money, betting on a tennis match. 'Remember when Ash Barty was starting out on the tennis circuit and we didn't know she was going to be a winner and she was playing against Maria Sharapova?' she told her co-hosts, Lawrence Mooney and

Malin Akerman showcases toned figure in tank top and leggings on groceries run with son Sebastian, 7

She's a successful actress whose credits include Watchmen and Billions. But Malin Akerman is also a doting mom to her son Sebastian, seven. On Thursday, the youngster accompanied his famous mother to the grocery store in Los Angeles and helped out with  carrying their purchases from the supermarket to their car. Mommy's little helper: Malin Akerman went on a grocery run Thursday in LA accompanied by her son Sebastian, seven, who helped out by carrying purchases from the store to the car Akerman, 42, showed off her toned figure in a v-neck tank top and cropped skintight leggings. She stepped out in trainers and wore her blonde hair in a messy topknot. The actress added a gold necklace and carried a small black purse over her shoulder and made sure to cover up with a cloth face mask. Sebastian was dressed in a green and white short-sleeved top and brown pants along with white trainers and a mask. Billions star: The actress, 42, , showed off her toned figure in a v-neck tank top a

The Bachelor SPOILER: Leaked photos 'prove that Irena Srbinovska WINS The Bachelor as she travels to Sydney before the season finale'

Photos have surfaced that seemingly prove Irena Srbinovska is the winner of The Bachelor. The 31-year-old nurse has long been the favourite to win Locky Gilbert's heart, and paparazzi images published by The Wash strongly suggest she gets the final rose. While there is no 'money shot' of Locky and Irena together, photographers staking out her home in Melbourne have noticed that her car hasn't moved in a week. The secret's out! Photos have surfaced that seemingly prove Irena Srbinovska wins Locky Gilbert's heart on The Bachelor. Pictured together on the show Irena had returned to Melbourne in July, after filming the Bachelor finale in Sydney. Until about a week ago, she had been seen regularly going to and from work as an anaesthetic and recovery nurse at a nearby hospital. She rarely left her house for any other reason, besides the occasional trip to the supermarket, because the city is under stage-four lockdown.  Evidence: The 31-year-old nurse has long been th

Is this why unemployment has fallen? Economists reveal what could be behind promising figures after 111,000 jobs were created in a single month

Economists have revealed the reason behind Australia's surprise unemployment figures after 111,000 jobs were created in a single month.   The jobless rate fell from a 22-year high of 7.5 per cent in July to 6.8 per cent in August, the Australian Bureau of Statistics revealed on Thursday. The number of employed persons sharply ­exceeded market expectations of a 35,000 fall, as the monthly jobless rate fell for the first time since February. National Australia Bank chief economist Alan Oster said the 111,000 new jobs created last month simply reflected a surge in the number of people identifying as self employed.  'There was a big spike in those that were basically self employed and not employing anybody,' he told Daily Mail Australia on Friday. In August, 921,800 Australians were classified as being officially unemployed.  Economists have revealed the reason behind Australia's surprise unemployment figures after 111,000 jobs were created in a single month. Pictured is a

What property market slump: Stunning six-bedroom sprawling mansion with a private maid quarter and a Turkish bathhouse hits the market for an eye-watering $45million

A huge mansion boasting six bedrooms, a private maid's quarter and its own Turkish bathhouse has hit the market for $45million.  The sprawling waterfront mansion, on Knightsbridge Parade East, in the Gold Coast, was designed by the Brunei Royal Family architect Bayden Goddard and offers stunning views of Coomera Broadwater and South Stradbroke Island. The home, featuring a wellness suite, massage room and a huge lap pool will go to auction on October 17 with a reserve of $45million  Real Estate agent Amir Mian said there had been strong interest in the property with more than 50 potential buyers viewing the estate on Thursday.  The waterfront home on Knightsbridge Parade East takes up five of the most sought-after north facing blocks on Sovereign Islands. It features a wellness suite, massage room, private maid's quarters and formal Turkish bathhouse Designed by the Brunei royal family architect, Bayden Goddard, the original owners bought four blocks of land in 2005, for $9.44m

Federal judge BLOCKS Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's 'politically-motivated' cuts and orders all election mail to go first class

A U.S. judge on Thursday blocked controversial Postal Service changes that have slowed mail nationwide, calling them 'a politically motivated attack on the efficiency of the Postal Service' before the November election. Judge Stanley Bastian in Yakima, Washington, said he was issuing a nationwide preliminary injunction sought by 14 states that sued the Trump administration and the U.S. Postal Service. The states challenged the Postal Service's so-called 'leave behind' policy, where trucks have been leaving postal facilities on time regardless of whether there is more mail to load. They also sought to force the Postal Service to treat election mail as first class mail. The judge noted after a hearing that Trump had repeatedly attacked voting by mail by making unfounded claims that it is rife with fraud. Many more voters are expected to vote by mail this November because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the states have expressed concern that delays might result in voters

How throwaway comment snared a murderer: Arson suspect made detectives suspicious when he started talking about his pregnant wife who 'committed suicide' and they reopened investigation to prove he killed he

An Ohio man who murdered his pregnant wife three decades ago inadvertently caused investigators to reopen the case after he mentioned her alleged suicide 'outta the blue.' Scott Purk was found guilty of murder and tampering with evidence in the death of his first wife, Margaret, in November 2015. He was convicted of arson and serving a separate prison sentence at the time. Margaret had been 24-years-old and expected to give birth to their first child just days before her death in March 1985. Prosecutors say Purk put a belt around Margaret Purk's neck and strangled her before trying to make it look like she hanged herself in their Akron apartment. The death was originally ruled a suicide, and may have remained that way had Purk not spoken about Margaret's death to Lt. Ken Mifflin of the City of Stow Police Department years later. Scroll down for video   Scott Purk was convicted of murdering his wife, Margaret , nearly three decades after her death was ruled a suicide  I

Gunman descend on Michigan Capitol again as heavily armed protesters wearing Proud Boys and Black Guns Matter masks send message to lawmakers debating whether to ban guns from the building

Heavily-armed protesters wearing Proud Boys and Black Guns Matter masks entered the Michigan Capitol Thursday to defend their Second Amendment rights, as lawmakers continue to debate whether to ban guns from the building. Around 1,000 demonstrators gathered on the state Capitol lawn in Lansing throughout the day as part of the annual Second Amendment March that celebrates their right to open carry firearms across the state.    Many protesters were heavily armed with AR-15 rifles slung over their shoulders, while many sported paraphernalia in support of extreme right-wing groups and Donald Trump. Some entered the statehouse with their firearms and others brought their children along for the event while holding up banners reading: 'Gun control kills kids.' The annual rally comes as the Michigan Capitol Commission considers whether to ban firearms inside the building, in the wake of anti-lockdown protests back in April where demonstrators carrying guns stormed the statehouse while