DENISE PIPER/STUFF Bev Long shows off some of her Prince Philip memorabilia and tells Stuff reporter Denise Piper how she thinks he should be remembered, following his death, aged 99. The head of a crocodile shot by the late Prince Philip has been put up for sale on TradeMe . The preserved crocodile head belonging to Napier’s Susanna Clark has long served as a tribute to her late grandfather’s unique connection with the Duke of Edinburgh. Clark inherited the reptile relic, which was gifted to her famous grandfather, Sir Percy Wyn-Harris, by the Queen’s husband more than 60 years ago. READ MORE: Crikey! How Prince Philip's crocodile ended up on a dining table in Napier Prince Philip laid to rest in Royal Vault at St. George's Chapel No man-to-man for Prince Charles and Harry as Duke heads back to US Right royal occasions in South Canterbury Following the funeral of Prince Philip on Saturday , Clark made the decision to put the crocodile head up for … [Read more...] about Prince Philip’s crocodile head for sale on TradeMe for $10,000
Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur fans enjoy a fierce rivalry but the announcement of the European Super League achieved the rare feat of uniting them virtually as one in condemnation. Both north London clubs -- just four miles (6.4 kilometres) apart -- make up the Premier League big six that signed up to the breakaway league that has sent shockwaves through the sport. The competition threatens to completely shake up the world's biggest sport and leaves UEFA's flagship Champions League facing an uncertain future. The clubs, most of them saddled with debt and large wage bills, and hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, stand to benefit financially. US investment bank JPMorgan confirmed it is financing the breakaway league. The founding clubs will share 3.5 billion euros for infrastructure investment and to offset pandemic costs, and are expected to receive a further 10 billion euros in "solidarity payments" over the life of the initial commitment -- much more than is available in … [Read more...] about Arsenal and Spurs fans in rare agreement in condemning Super League
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for April 20 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. The annual survey of opening day baseball salaries by The Associated Press usually reveals something interesting about the state of the game, and this year’s version was even more interesting than most. Here’s a tidbit from it that borders on surprising: Despite all you hear and read about the game's huge salaries, a big percentage of major league baseball players aren’t millionaires. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM That’s not to say they won’t be by the time they’re done playing. Even those playing for minimum salary — assuming they are somewhat frugal with their money — will eventually end up with a pile of cash if their careers last long enough. And then, of course, there’s Trevor Bauer making $38 million in Los Angeles this season and Francisco Lindor’s staggering 10-year, $341 … [Read more...] about Column: Drop in payroll adds fuel to baseball labor talks
Months after an LA Times report revealed that the Hollywood Foreign Press had no Black members voting for Golden Globes and that voting members were being financially subsidized, the HFPA dug its hole deep by way of a tone deaf email sent to members by former 8-term president Philip Berk. Berk, who was once accused by actor Brendan Fraser of groping the actor, sent an email that declared Black Lives Matter is a “racist hate movement” and criticized co-founder Patrisse Cullors for recent real estate purchases, calling her a “trained Marxist.” The dispatch reportedly included this: “The house is down the road from one of the homes involved in the Manson murders, which seems only appropriate since Manson wanted to start a race war.” It suggested BLM was carrying on the work of Manson. Members reacted with strenuous disagreements to the 88-year old HFPA member Berk, per a report last night in LAT by Stacy Perman . Related Story Endeavor Content Appoints Cristina Garza … [Read more...] about Is It Times Up For HFPA After Latest Controversy? Time For NBCUniversal To Overhaul Golden Globes?
After a marathon five hours of testimony yesterday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg returned to Congress today to address another round of questions about privacy and the Cambridge Analytica scandal. House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Greg Walden, R-Oregon, opened the hearing calling Facebook an American success story — a company that embodies the nation’s principles of freedom of speech and association. But reports that data about millions of users had been harvested without their consent raises troubling questions about privacy and trust. “While Facebook has certainly grown, I worry it has not matured,” Walden said. “I think it is time to ask whether Facebook may have moved too fast and broken too many things.” Related Story Facebook Looks To Make Audio More Social With Podcast Integration, Clubhouse Rival And New Soundbites Format Rep. Frank Pallone, a New Jersey Democrat, said the Cambridge Analtica revelations — in which a political … [Read more...] about Mark Zuckerberg Resumes Congressional Testimony, Legislators Say: “I Think It Is Time To Ask Whether Facebook Moved Too Fast”