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Sinal BrazilBrazil 745
Sinal United StatesUnited States 49
Sinal PortugalPortugal 13
Sinal TurkeyTurkey 11
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Sinal GermanyGermany 2
Sinal RomaniaRomania 2
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Maytê Piragibe alfineta colegas e defende Record: “Vida longa a Record”

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Maytê Piragibe defende Record – Divulgação

Longe das telinhas desde o fim do ano passado, quando fez duas participações – uma em “José do Egito” e outra em “Pecado Mortal” -, Maytê Piragibe usou seu Instragram para desabafar sobre a atitude de algumas pessoas, inclusive de seus colegas do meio artístico, e para agradecer a Rede Record.
Através de uma foto a qual referenciava uma matéria relacionada a Alexandre Avancini e ao seu novo projeto, a novela “Dez Mandamentos”, a atriz deu sequência: “Eu fico impressionada com o preconceito estúpido da classe artística com essa empresa maravilhosa, que eu tenho o orgulho de ver crescer”.
“Quando digo que estou na Record ha quase 9 anos, o povo olha para mim com pena… Mas você e’ tão boa atriz, tão bonita (subtexto – coitadinha) o que você ainda esta fazendo lá? Eu te digo, meus colegas: ESTOU FAZENDO A DIFERENÇA. Visto a camisa para dizer com boca cheia que essa empresa me da grandes oportunidades, me paga em dia, me respeita – e com total disponibilidade e amor – vou e dou minha cara a tapa”, disse.
Maytê ainda deixou claro que agradece à Globo e que não tem nada contra à emissora, que foi onde teve suas primeiras oportunidades: “Nada contra a Globo, que tive o prazer em trabalhar por obra, durante 5 anos. Realmente o plim plim te deixa rica, famosa e com prestigio”.
A atriz também falou sobre seus colegas que têm criticado a Record, atitude a qual considerada como uma “hipocrisia”. “E parem de cuspir pra cima porque o mundo da voltas… Como meu amigo Avec (o diretor Alexandre Avancini) sempre me diz, hoje você esta’ protagonista. Nunca acredite que você e’ insubstituível ou que vc sempre será O principal”.
“Borá abaixar a bola, deixar de lado a prepotência e arrogância… Vamos acabar com esse preconceito idiota e começar a fazer a diferença e botar a mão na massa de verdade!”, disparou.
Ao encerrar, Maytê agradeceu à emissora e desejou vida longa a ela: “Obrigada Record, obrigada Avec… Aos meus amigos diretores da casa, obrigada Fernando Rancoleta! Obrigada Marcelo Silva! Vida longa a Record… ?”.
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Patrícia Abravanel está grávida; gestação já é de dois meses

Patrícia Abravanel

Apresentadora do “Máquina da Fama”, Patrícia Abravanel, 36, está grávida. A informação foi confirmada pelo seu próprio pai, Silvio Santos, 83, em entrevista para a revista “Veja São Paulo” desta semana.
 
A primeira gravidez de Patrícia já tem dois meses e vinha sendo mantida em sigilo para a mídia. O pai da criança é o deputado federal Fábio Faria, do PSD. Os dois têm relacionamento desde o ano passado.
 
Silvio ainda disse que o neto foi “feito” na Flórida, onde tem casa há vários anos e onde costuma passar feriados prolongados e suas férias junto da família.
 
Assim que a informação vazou, Patrícia Abravanel admitiu a novidade em seu Instagram e comemorou junto com seus fãs e seguidores.
Na rede social, ela publicou uma imagem onde estão os sapatos de seu namorado e os de um bebê, e escreveu: “#amor #família @fabiofaria55”.
 
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Australia’s Britt Cox just misses medal in moguls at Sochi

February 9, 2014 – 8:29AM

Glenn Cullen

So close: Britt Cox of Australia

So close: Britt Cox of Australia Photo: Cameron Spencer

A sketchy landing on her final jump may have cost Australia its first medal of the Sochi Winter Olympics but a buoyant Britt Cox couldn’t have been much happier with her fifth place in the moguls event.

Canada claimed a one-two with sisters Justine (22.44 points) and Chloe Dufour-Lapointe (21.66) while 2010 Games champion, American Hannah Kearney, looked to be overscored in claiming third place (21.49).

Cox (19.43), who has two World Cup medals to her credit, wasn’t expected to be amongst the serious medal contenders on the first night of competition at the Games but skied superbly after a slow start to competition.

Quickly overcoming her failure to qualify in the first 10 skiers in the final, the 19-year-old lifted her game to reach the 12-woman decider, before claiming a spot in the final six and medal round.

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The two-time Winter Olympian laid down a neat last run, completing a 360 rotation off the first jump and a backflip off the second.

She conceded the off-kilter landing may have left her off the podium but she was anything but displeased.

“I’d have to see the video to break it down but that is probably the difference,” she said.

“I needed to push it. I really needed to just fight for it and set it (the jump) hard. I did that (but it was) a little bit overcooked on the bottom air which probably cost me a few points there.

“But I am happy because I pushed the limits and personally that’s a big step and a big hurdle for me.”

Cox’s score in qualifying fourth for the last final (71.96) would have been enough to snatch third in the decider.

But even with a few mistakes on her last trip down the course she thought a medal might still be in the offering.

“In moguls skiing anything can happen especially when you are down to those final six and the girls are really pushing it,” she said.

“I could’ve been in there on the podium but I am just happy with my skiing tonight and really excited for what I can do in the future.

Twenty-third at the Vancouver Winter Olympics as 15-year-old Cox now becomes the most successful Australian women’s moguls skier at a Games, her result only second to Dale Begg-Smith’s gold and silver medals won in 2006 at 2010.

Of the other Australians Nicole Parks was 15th and Taylah O’Neill 16th.

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Source : The Brisbane Times

 

Labor holds Kevin Rudd’s former seat in by election

February 8, 2014 – 10:46PM

Cameron Atfield

Brisbane Times and Sun-Herald journalist

Kevin Rudd congratulates Terri Butler after her win in the 2014 Griffith byelection

Kevin Rudd congratulates Terri Butler after she claimed victory in the 2014 Griffith by election. Photo: Harrison Saragossi

Former prime minister Kevin Rudd has heaped praise on his likely successor in Griffith, as it was revealed internal Labor Party polling had the Liberal National Party headed for victory two weeks out of Saturday’s poll.

With Labor’s Terri Butler leading the LNP’s Bill Glasson 52.33 to 47.67 per cent on the two-party preferred count with just one booth yet to report back, Griffith looks likely to remain a Labor seat.

However, with counting on Saturday night showing a small swing away from the Labor Party, Dr Glasson and the LNP refused to concede defeat.

Bill Glasson addresses supporters at the Morningside AFL club following the 2014 Griffith byelection.

Bill Glasson addresses supporters at the Morningside AFL club. Photo: Nick Wiggins, 4BC

Mr Rudd, who had kept a low profile during the byelection campaign, received a rock star’s welcome at a jubilant post-election party at South Brisbane.

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“She is a highly intelligent human being and a very strong woman who’s going to stand up and be a strong advocate for local people,” the two-time prime minister said.

“I don’t say those things lightly because I’ve spent a lot of time with her and I’m delighted that she is representing our area – delighted.”

Ms Butler, an industrial relations lawyer, told Fairfax Media she was grateful for the support she had received during the campaign.

“It’s been a very, very close election and people have had a very important decision to make,” she said.

“My opponent is a well-respected, well-liked person who I myself find to be a very nice man and someone for whom I have a lot of respect.

“It was always a tough fight and I’m really confident, based on the booth results I’ve seen so far, that Labor will retain Griffith.”

Dr Glasson, an ophthalmologist who once served as president of the Australian Medical Association, was not ready to congratulate Ms Butler on Saturday night.

‘‘We’re not conceding tonight but obviously it’s going to be difficult to get across the line,’’ Dr Glasson told his supporters, flanked by Queensland Premier Campbell Newman and federal Attorney-General George Brandis.

‘‘Can I suggest that the figures you currently see on the screen I believe will narrow, but we won’t know I believe for a number of days where that will sit.’’

Mr Brandis said, regardless of the end result, the swing from the Labor Party was a loss for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten.

“It is almost unheard of for there to be a swing against an opposition at a byelection and, as far as we can tell, it has only ever happened three times in Australian history,” he said.

But it could have been worse for the Labor Party.

According to internal Labor polling, conducted two weeks prior to Saturday’s poll, Dr Glasson had a nine-point primary vote lead over Ms Butler, 47 to 38 per cent.

That narrowed to a 51 to 49 per cent victory to the LNP on a two party preferred status.

Blair MP Shayne Neumann said a strong ground campaign and multiple visits by Mr Shorten had helped turn those numbers around.

With just 71.8 per cent of the electorate’s votes counted after all booths had reported back, voter turnout appeared to be low.

Australian Electoral Commission spokesman Phil Diak said the turnout would not be known until all the counting had been completed, including pre-polls and postal ballots.

“That includes declaration votes that will be dealt with next week and postal votes coming in up to the Friday after next,” he said.

“But the historical trend is for byelection turnout to be lower.” 

 

– with Nick Wiggins

Source : The Brisbane Times

Royal Commission into union corruption confirmed

February 9, 2014 – 10:12AM

James Massola

Political correspondent

Brandis: Royal Commission will tackle “systemic”, “ingrained” corruption

Attorney-General Senator George Brandis addressed the Senate about ASIO raids in Canberra on Wednesday 4 December 2013. Photo: Andrew Meares

Attorney-General Senator George Brandis. Photo: Andrew Meares Photo: Andrew Meares

Attorney-General George Brandis says a Royal Commission into trade unions will tackle the “systemic”, “ingrained” corruption in the labour movement.

And he has accused federal opposition leader Bill Shorten, a former trade union leader, of opposing a Royal Commission because he was the “nominee off the trade union movement”.

Senator Brandis confirmed on Sunday the announcement of a wide-ranging judicial inquiry was imminent, declaring it would be “irresponsible for the government not to respond in an appropriate way” to public concerns.

Attorney-General Senator George Brandis. Photo: Andrew Meares

Attorney-General Senator George Brandis. Photo: Andrew Meares Photo: Andrew Meares

The inquiry would examine allegations of impropriety at the health services, construction and Australian workers unions.

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“The revelations we have seen in recent months suggest it is much more widespread and systemic and an ingrained problem with the trade union movement than mere slush funds,” he told Sky News.

“You’d expected Bill Shorten to protect trade union bosses, because Bill Shorten was a trade union boss and is only the leader of the Labor Party today because he is the nominee of the trade union movement.

Senator Brandis dismissed Mr Shorten’s call for a joint police taskforce, rather than a judicial inquiry, as “lame”.

Mr Shorten wants a multi-jurisdictional taskforce, led by the Australian Federal Police and include state police forces, to investigate the corruption allegations.

Labor’s workplace spokesman Brendan O’Connor said on Sunday the opposition would not support a royal commission because it did not have the power to arrest criminals and would not be able to act quickly enough to tackle corruption.

“Our view is let the crime-fighting agencies fight crime-fighting agencies fight crime,’ he told the ABC.

“The [government] agenda – it sounds like a political agenda. It sounds like a political timeline rather than a crime timeline.”

The Abbott government has been poised to call a Royal Commission for weeks. News Limited reports today that former high Court judge John Dyson Heydon will lead the inquiry.

Source : The Sydney Morning Herald

A Próxima Vítima 14/02/2014

Marcelo se sai bem no depoimento, mas não convence OlavoAna Helena discutem. Juca deixa Yara namorar LucasAndréia pede uns dias de folga a Diego (Marcos Frota)Helena conta a Juca que tinha um casamento aberto.Filomena desconfia de Adalberto Cacá.Isabela ameaça Andréia, que não se intimida.Cacá Irene se encontram. Juca vai à casa deAna.

A Próxima Vítima 13/02/2014

Andréia pede demissão e conta a Marcelo que telefonou para Francesca a mando de Isabela.Andréia diz a Ana que Marcelo parecia já saber de tudo. Marcelo Isabela conversam sobre o telefonema. Marcelo recebe uma intimação.Patrícia (Camila Pitanga) tem ciúme de Cláudio (Roberto Battaglin) e CarinaTonico Carinabrigam. Andréia diz a Marcelo que contou à polícia sobre o telefonema. Adalberto Carmela (Yoná Magalhães) saem juntos. Marcelo vai à delegacia.

A Próxima Vítima 12/02/2014

Andréia conta a Olavo que Isabela a chantageava. O juiz liga para Filomena (Aracy Balabaniam) e diz que autorizou a reabertura do processo. Lucas diz a Juca que gosta de verdade de Yara e que era contra seu namoro com Helena porque sabia que ele gostava de outra. Fátima acha que Jefferson gosta de RosângelaTeca Giulio transam. Olavo acha que Helena e asFerreto tramaram a morte de Hélio (Francisco Cuoco) e FrancescaJuca e Helena conversam. O processo é reaberto.

A Próxima Vítima 11/02/2014

Juca dá um fora em Olavo no restaurante.Vitinho (Flávio Migliaccio) Nina (Nicette Bruno) discutem com Yara (Georgina Góes) e LucasRosângela deixa a casa de Fátima (Zezé Motta) e diz que vai pedir demissão do banco.Lucas zomba de Tonico Carina o defende.Helena diz a Carla (Mila Moreira) que percebeu que Juca é um pouco grosseiro. Andréia conta a Ana (Susana Vieira) que Isabela a obrigou a ligar para Francesca (Tereza Rachel) dizendo que Marcelo estava com ela na Itália. Quitéria (Vera Holtz) diz a Ulisses (Otávio Augusto) e Ana que levou Josias (José Augusto Branco) ao aeroporto no dia do crime.