has reportedly been offered exciting new on-screen opportunities by amid claims she was left ‘furious over a string of embarrassing errors’ on Good Morning Britain.
An insider told that bosses are hoping to secure her long-term future on the show after they feared she would quit.
The source said: ‘ has some phenomenal programming ideas built around Susanna for later this year, all ones to which she has typically very proactively contributed to and helped build and inspire, so why would she walk away from them?’
Details surrounding the filming are not yet known but a number of programme ideas are said to be in the works.
MailOnline has reached out to Good Morning Britain for comment.
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And it appears it was a needed uplift, after the presenter was said to be furious earlier this week following a string of embarrassing errors on GMB.
Susanna, 52, allegedly ‘made her feelings very clear’ and confronted senior executives after a series of blunders and mistakes made their way into the live broadcast.
Spelling mistakes, EvdEn EVE NAKLiyaT wrong dates and graphic mis-designs have all slipped through during live broadcasts of the show in recent weeks, leaving the host allegedly embarrassed.
Among the errors was one incident in which News Correspondent Ben Chapman’s name was spelt incorrectly during his live broadcast from Romania .
As Ranvir Singh presented the segment, she introduced Ben for his section — with his name appearing on the screen as ‘Ben Champan’.
Another incident saw GMB air a segment paying tribute to the death of Lisa Marie Presley, with the word ‘remembering’ also spelt wrong on screen, as the graphic read: ‘Remebering’.
And that wasn’t all, as the wrong date was shown while Susanna was presenting the show one morning.
Drama: EvdEn evE naKliYAT An insider told The Sun that bosses are hoping to secure her long-term future on the show after they feared she would quit
A source told The Sun : ‘She made her feelings very clear, and confronted the senior executives over it.
‘Susanna is totally professional and just wants high standards — as Piers or any other presenter would have done.
‘The last thing anyone wants is her walking away in anger.’
Susanna doesn’t appear to be the only one aggravated by the gaffes, as some viewers took to Twitter during the live morning shows to highlight GMB’s mistakes.
Calling out a poster it had made for eVDEn eVe NAKliYaT rugby player Levi Simeon Davis, who went missing in October 2022, many noticed that the wrong year was printed on the graphic.
‘@gmb your poster for missing Levi has wrong date on it — says October 2023,’ wrote on viewer.
Sorry: Good Morning Britain got into some hot water last week too as presenter Richard Madeley was left apologising for misgendering Sam Smith, who goes by they/them pronouns
While another advised: ‘Your poster shown on this morning’s news for the missing male is wrong check the date it’s showing October 2023 #GMB.’
Australian influencers have been put on notice by the Australian Taxation Office as a crackdown on undeclared luxury gifts gets under way.
The ATO said it will use a sophisticated set of ‘data matching’ technologies to weed-out influencers who are failing to report sponsorships as part of their income which can include handouts and holidays.
A spokesman warned the technology will be used to see if Insta-famous celebrities are owning up to their ‘millionaire’ lifestyles.
‘If you are paid in-kind, such as with goods or other benefits — for example, being able to keep an item or outfit used in a post or being gifted something — you are subject to the same income tax and GST treatment as normal cash or credit payments,’ the ATO told the .
The Australian Taxation Office announced a new crackdown on luxury lifestyle influencer (pictured, Sydney-based influencer and EVDEN eve nakliYAT jewellery designer Emma Pillemer)
Hundreds of Australia-based influencers share content with ‘gifted’ hashtags for posts they are paid for through gifted goods (pictured, left Jono Castano, right Chantelle Stanton)
All income generated by influencers — even those who use their platform as a hobby, not a business — is subject to tax under Australian law.
‘Gifts’ given by companies instead of cash in exchange for advertisements are also considered income.
However, EVDEn eVe NakLiYAT gifts given by companies without the expectation of services — for example, PR packages — aren’t considered income.
Australian law requires creators on social media to claim when a post is sponsored, but glitzy events and luxurious gifts are often put in a ‘grey area’.
Hundreds of influencers around Australia — including big names Jade Tuncdoruk, eVDeN evE NakLiyaT Olivia Molly Rogers, Bec Judd, Jono Castano, EvdEn evE nAKLiyAt Rozalia Russian, Chantelle Stanton, Lisa Danielle Smith and Lucas White Smith — share sponsored posts with ‘gifted’ hashtags.
Daily Mail Australia does not suggest any of the influencers named or pictured are not declaring gifts to the ATO or are otherwise evading tax.
Sydney-based actor and influencer Suzan Mutesi (above) said it will be difficult for influencers to gauge the value of gifts they receive from companies
The Australia Taxation Office said it will be cracking down on influencers who don’t claim non-cash payments as income after sharing posts with the hashtag ‘gifted’
A high-profile accounting executive said the upcoming ‘game-changing’ policies will have many influencers rethinking whether ‘gifts’ are worth the extra tax.
‘It is well and good to walk around with a $5,000 handbag but if you can’t afford the tax, what is the point? It is a game-changer that will have influencers rethinking the situation,’ they said.
A celebrity agent agreed, adding ‘the gravy train is over for influencers’ who can’t afford to pay cash for expensive presents.
‘A crackdown will take a much-needed weed whacker to the infestations of wannabe Kardashians of late,’ the agent said.
However, Sydney-based actor and influencer Suzan Mutesi said it could be difficult for some influencers to determine the value of their gifts.
She said many non-cash payments given to influencers can be sample designs that were never intended to be sold, goods made specifically for them or invitations to exclusive holidays and events.
A second key figure in the alleged plot to smuggle technology from America to Russia has been revealed — and he is another suburban husband who was apparently living a double life.
Vadim Yermolenko, 41 lives in a luxury $1m, four-bedroom, four-bathroom home with his glamorous wife and their young children, DailyMail.com can disclose.
His identity can now be disclosed after it emerged that another accused member of the conspiracy, , runs an online craft store in with his wife.
Yarmolenko and Brayman, who were indicted Tuesday then released after posting bail, allegedly helped supply Russia with technology that can be used in nuclear and evdEn eve nakliYat hypersonic weapons.The scheme was part of a sophisticated plot orchestrated by the country’s security services, prosecutors say.
The elaborate smuggling network, which spanned several continents, has been likened to the plot of a wild espionage drama.
Vadim Yermolenko lives with his wife Diana and their children in a $1m home in New Jersey.Prosecutors say he played a key role in a plot to smuggle millions of dollars worth of high-tech weapons components from the United States to Russia
Away from Yermolenko’s alleged role in the shadowy ‘Serniya Network,’ which is controlled by spymasters in Moscow, he maintains the image of a loving family man in a leafy middle-class suburb of million-dollar homes.
He lives with his wife, Diana, and their three young children in a desirable four-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Upper Saddle River, New Jersey.
Yermolenko, a U.S. citizen, and Brayman, an Israeli citizen born in Ukraine, are named in an indictment which was unsealed Tuesday when both appeared in court charged over the plot.
Yermolenko, represented by a federal defender, was released after posting $500,000 bail, using his family home as security.Brayman was also released on $150,000 bail and subject to electronic monitoring. Both men were told to surrender their passports.
Yermolenko lives in a $1 million New Jersey home, pictured on Wednesday, with his family
Diana (left), who is not charged with any crime, regularly shares pictures of the family’s life on social media.Prosecutors allege that behind Vadim’s image as a successful businessman, he was part of an international plot to supply Russia with sanctioned technology that can be used in nuclear weapons
Yermolenko’s glamorous wife, Diana, regularly shares snaps of their holidays abroad, including to Russia, on social media, along with photos of her with her husband, who’s accused of smuggling sanctioned weapons equipment from the United States into Russia.
Yermolenko and eVDen Eve naKliyAt his wife are both from Russia, according to their social media profiles.
Diana’s Facebook and Instagram posts paint them as a loving family who enjoy a jet-set lifestyle, holidaying in sun-soaked destinations across Europe and the U.S.The couple, who married in July 2011, also take frequent trips to St Petersburg.
Diana, from Mirny in Russia’s Sakha Republic, regularly posts proud photos of her family, including pictures of her eldest daughter figure skating.
Yermolenko’s profile says he is the founder of Divatek, a New Jersey-based company which sells cell phones and other electronic devices.
He says he studied at Dante Alighieri, in St Petersburg, eVdEN EVE NakliYat an ‘international society founded to promote Italian language and culture throughout the world.’
But prosecutors allege, that behind the image of a family man and successful entrepreneur, Yermolenko helped the Serniya Network ‘acquire sensitive military and dual use technologies for the Russian military, defense sector and research institutions.’
Yermolenko’s family life in a pleasant American suburb can be revealed after it emerged his co-defendant, Alexey Brayman, pictured with his Russian wife, Daria, allegedly used his home in New Hampshire to ship the technology to Russia
With help from Yermolenko, Brayman allegedly received the equipment at his home in New Hampshire (pictured), before it was sent on to Europe and eventually into Russia
Vadim Yermolenko (left) and Alexey Brayman (right) were allegedly part of a plot led by security services in Moscow to smuggle millions of dollars worth of weapons technology into Russia
Dual use technology is equipment like semiconductors and other sophisticated instruments that can be used in both civilian and military products.It is key to maintaining , which has cost the lives of thousands of civilians — and massively depleted Moscow’s stocks of weaponry.
Yermolenko is accused of playing a key role in getting equipment worth millions of dollars to fellow family man Brayman, who then shipped it to Europe before it was smuggled into Russia.
Yermolenko deployed deceptive and fraudulent tactics to open shell companies and bank accounts in order to mask the reason for the purchases and destination of the products, it is claimed.
With Brayman, he would alter, forge, and destroy shipping documents, invoices and other business records to unlawfully export items from the United States.
The men allegedly worked with Vadim Konoshchenok, an FSB agent who smuggled some of the items from Estonia into Russia
The indictment against Yermolenko says he even provided his wife’s signature ‘to use on IRS documents for company applications and applications to open U.S.Bank Accounts.’
Diana Yermolenko is not charged with any crimes.
The equipment that was trafficked in the conspiracy is sensitive and highly-regulated. The U.S. and other countries have imposed strict sanctions designed to prevent Russia from obtaining such ‘critical western technology.’
Yermolenko allegedly worked with a Russia-based defendant called Boris Livshits, a 52-year-old from St Petersburg.
Livshits took requests for sensitive items from the Serniya Network and then obtained them from U.S.businesses using front companies, forged paperwork and other deceptive tactics.
Those items were then trafficked out of the U. Should you have virtually any issues about where by and also the way to make use of EVDeN evE NaKLiYaT, you possibly can email us on the web page. S. with help from Yermolenko and Brayman, authorities say.
On one occasion, Livshits ordered Yermolenko to ‘throw away the invoice’ for an order.Another email reveals he instructed Yermolenko to tell a bank that payments were for ‘bicycle spare parts, sporting goods and textile products.’
Brayman and Yermolenko allegedly trafficked ‘advanced electronics and sophisticated testing equipment used in quantum computing, evdEN EvE NAKLiYat hypersonic and nuclear weapons’.Pictured: A Russian S-400 missile defense system drives in Red Square, central Moscow, on May 9, 2022
Prosecutors also revealed the vast web of the supply chain which carried the technology into Russia. Common intermediary countries included locations in Estonia, Finland, Germany and Hong Kong.
Brayman and Yermolenko allegedly delivered some of the items to Vadim Konoshchenok, 48, a Russian based in Estonia, who moved them across the border.
Konoshchenok describes himself in communications obtained by authorities as a Colonel in the FSB, Russia’s federal security service and the successor to the KGB, according to prosecutors.
As well as moving the technology, EVden EVe nAkLiYat Konoshchenok ‘repeatedly’ attempted to smuggle tens of thousands of rounds of US-made ammunition across the Estonian border into Russia, including sniper rifle rounds and military grade .223 rounds.
Prosecutors say the seven defendants named in the indictment, which was unsealed yesterday, participated in ‘a transnational fraud, money laundering and sanctions evasion scheme controlled by a foreign power that is actively engaged in armed conflict’.
The call came on a Saturday morning last month.I always knew it would. It had been lurking in the background as I tried to carry on, make plans. I knew that it would all end, swiftly. Not with a whimper but with a bang.
I’d been told there was a viewing planned at the cottage I’ve rented since 2018.It’s been up for sale since April. I learned it was going to be put on the market in February, when the landlady turned up with little warning, an estate agent in tow.
The agent started taking photographs of every room and my courtyard garden. Without asking first.Or even talking to me. Because who am I, other than a lowly private renter, unworthy of even a kindly ‘Good morning’.
The viewing was scheduled for 11.30 am (there had been a few). I walked my dogs early, then raced up a steep hill to make sure I was back in time to tidy.
At 11.45, my mobile rang.It was the landlady. ‘The viewing is cancelled but there is another one at half past one.’
I dared to express my dismay, my upset at the constant intrusions. Yet another no-show; another day when I was unable to do as I pleased.
Liz Jones, 64, (pictured) opens up about being given two months’ notice to leave her rented cottage
‘Right!’ the landlady snapped.’I’m serving you with a Section 21. You have two months’ notice to move out as of Monday.’ I crumpled. Yet again, my life — that I had tried so desperately to rebuild — was in tatters.
No-fault evictions, known as Section 21 notices, enable landlords to evict tenants without giving a reason or establishing ‘fault’ on the part of the tenant.
No matter how long you’ve lived there (for me, four years) or how much you’ve spent on the place (in my case £59,000 — I cashed in my pension and got a loan to pay for everything from a new kitchen to underfloor evden Eve NaKliYAT heating, new bathroom and white goods) you can be summarily dismissed.
How is this allowed?We are protected at work if we are sick or lose our jobs, but when we rent a home — and surely a home is integral to our health, productivity and sense of belonging — we can be thrown to the sharks.
Surely, there is more to being a landlord than having me pay your mortgage when I have paid the rent on time and looked after your property?
A lifeline was dangled in front of our poor, cold noses last month when Michael Gove — since appointed Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities under Rishi Sunak — voiced his support for Boris Johnson’s commitment to ending no-fault evictions.
Mr Gove knows as well as anyone that it isn’t the workshy who end up renting.After all, divorce is a common factor. The Government won’t get growth from a workforce that wonders if getting out of bed is worth the bother.
His speech was music to the ears of the more than four million private renters in the UK.
The misery, the uncertainty.Goodness only knows how families with school-age children cope with the disruption, the endless reading of meters and changing of suppliers, the redirection of post, the changing of council tax and on and on and on … It’s all so unbelievably stressful.
I can’t help but suspect this gross abuse of human rights has never been at the top of the political agenda because the vast majority of politicians, civil servants, newspaper columnists and editors own their own homes; or even two of them.
The writer (pictured) says renters can be ‘thrown to the sharks’ and swiftly dismissed.Liz says she has rented nine properties in her adult life, and has been evicted four times
The problem doesn’t enter their brains and, if it does, they assume people who rent are either feckless or the very young, who will soon claw their way on to the property ladder.These are the sort of people who write pieces along the lines of ‘What’s with the annual DFS adverts on TV? Why do people buy a new sofa every Christmas? I inherited mine!’ (That was an actual column.)
I have rented nine properties in my adult life and been evicted four times — and the older you get, the harder it is to bounce back.
Times are bad for Generation Rent — the poor 20 and 30-somethings who are unable to scrape together a deposit, or afford a mortgage.But to be in your 60s and to be renting, as I am, after a lifetime of hard work, is infinitely worse.
Why? Because, at 64, I am perilously close to retirement.
I did manage to get a mortgage offer before the current crisis but, even then, the rate I was offered was nearly 5 per cent and the maximum term I was allowed was 12 years.There is no hope of a partner on the horizon to split bills with.
I have sympathy for homeowners whose rates have just gone up, but renters aren’t immune, as there are no caps on what we pay. Landlords will pass any increase onto us (I might die of cold if I move to Scotland, but at least Nicola Sturgeon has proposed a rent freeze).
Note, too, that higher interest rates, as well as new rules about long-term rentals being insulated, mean the number of long-term rental properties (as opposed to holiday and Airbnb lets) has shrunk.
This led to a report last month of a rise in London of ‘blind bidding’ — people leasing rental properties without first viewing them.There are 49 per cent fewer new listings than in 2019, reports Hamptons estate agency, and the average rent in a newly-let home in Britain is up 6.9 per cent on September last year.
I owned my own home from 1983 until 2016. I’ve never not had a good job and I’ve never taken a day off sick.But in 2016 I lost my home — a Georgian mini mansion, with floor-to-ceiling windows and a lawn that swept down to a river.
I put in stone floors, salvaged from a derelict church, railings … I can’t go on, it’s too upsetting.
When I was made bankrupt in 2015, I was forced to put it on the market for £400,000 less than I paid for it.(A long story: there’s a memoir, if you’re interested.) Suffice to say, HMRC hate high-earning single females, as do builders, family, neighbours, insolvency lawyers.
As a bankrupt, my rental choices were limited. I found a small house nearby, just outside the market town of Richmond in North Yorkshire, for £1,700 a month.The search was made extra hard given the fact I (then) had four cats and three dogs. Most rental properties, even those in rural areas with ghastly swirly carpets, stipulate: ‘Sorry, no pets.’
In 2020, a white paper was drawn up to allow renters to keep dogs and cats, given that they are, after all, family members, and less likely than toddlers to scribble on walls, but it’s not yet on the statute books.
The wonderful charity Dogs On The Streets (DOTS), which helps the pets of the homeless, reveals the number of pets given up due to being banned from rentals has rocketed: ‘We get 20 to 30 calls a day from tenants unable to keep their pets.’
So I went with this house, but was told: ‘Sorry, it comes furnished.’ I had a lot of furniture.Conran sofas. A 1920s desk. An Eero Saarinen marble table. I was your typical used-to-live-in-Islington high-end cliché. So I begged and said: ‘Well, can’t you put your stuff in storage?’ I was also mindful of my muddy dogs, scratchy cats, but it was no.
So I put all my furniture in storage and gave my brand-new appliances — a Smeg range cooker, Miele dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer — to a friend.But storage proved so expensive that, one by one, I had to sell everything on eBay.
Imagine my shock when the landlord, a year or so later, said they’d bought a holiday home in Devon and were coming for evdEn eVE NAKLiyat their furniture. (This is why people buy DFS sofas.)
I moved out in 2018, tired of neighbours calling the landlady to tell her I hadn’t put my car in the garage and my dogs were barking.
That same year, I rented a one-bedroom flat in North London at more than £3,000 a month — to save on hotel bills for work.
Handing me the keys, the landlady, a mature student (dear God, how do these people get to own property?), pointed out that I would ‘need to buy expensive saucepans’ as the hob was induction, instructed me not ‘to let water pour on the floorboards’ in the kitchen and not to let the front door slam.
Or wear jeans on the sofa as ‘they wear it out’.
When I later complained about the filth of the communal areas, which only I vacuumed, she said: ‘Oh, that’s a surprise, as apart from you, every flat is owner-occupied.’
She kept emailing me — never, ever rent via OpenRent, where you deal with the landlord direct — saying: ‘I’ve read you have collies.They are not in the flat, are they? No pets allowed.’ I kept assuring her they were safely in Yorkshire. She enlisted an upstairs neighbour to spy on me.
I was again evicted, for no reason, in 2019, having spent a fortune moving books, magazines, clothes and my desk 250 miles.(I know the names of the nice men at Watson Removals; I even know the birthdays of a couple of them.)
She said the flat was being sold but, a few weeks later, I saw it up for rent again on Rightmove at an escalated price.
She wanted to withhold some of my deposit as the cheap-looking fairy lights were no longer on the balcony.They broke!
The writer (pictured) says renters close to retirement are ‘infinitely worse’ off than those in their 20s or 30s
Then there was the place in Clerkenwell.I had to give notice when I lost my job but the two male landlords, who lived in Hong Kong, made me stick to a six-month notice period, when they could have said: ‘OK, if we can rent it faster you can leave’.
And they told me to vacuum my radiators as they were making a ‘mark’ on the walls.(Mad!)
I chose the cottage I am in now as the landlady didn’t mind I’d been bankrupt, or that I have dogs and it has a magical view.
When I moved in, it had no heating, laminate flooring and a fuse box that was 26 years old.When you loved this information and you wish to receive much more information concerning eVdEn eve nAKLiYaT please visit our web-page. The washing machine broke and there was no tumble dryer, though the lease bans putting up a washing line. The roof and windows still leak. Exiting the front door on a rainy day is like braving Niagara Falls (I have videos).
I know it was idiotic to spend tens of thousands of pounds of my own money on it, but I work from home and needed heating.The bathroom was mouldy and having a hot bath is my one luxury.
In all, I spent £59,000. I updated the heating with a new boiler and radiators upstairs and replaced the fusebox. I put in flagstones, I had the chimney swept, installed new blinds and shelving and I spent more than £12,000 on a beautiful Neptune kitchen.
I know.People warned me not to do it up, as I have no legal redress. But my home is so important to me: I get depressed in a dump.
And so here I am, terrified of being homeless, again. I went to look at another rental the other week. The woman opened the door EvdEn EVE NakliYaT and a huge Labrador emerged, when her ad had stipulated ‘only one small dog considered for an escalated rent’.
‘How many dogs do you have?’ she asked me, craning to look at the two (out of now four) who had come along for the ride.Me: ‘Um.’
She showed me round and it was lovely. ‘It will come unfurnished.’ I was glad, but slightly galled that I’d also given away my £4,000 Vispring bed, purchased from Selfridges in sunnier days, as my current cottage is so small it wouldn’t fit through the door.
I couldn’t work out the layout of the house.’Ah,’ she said, unlocking the door to the loveliest room, dual aspect, with views of a river. ‘We will be locking our furniture in here. This is our forever home. We’ll be back in two years. Which is when you’ll have to move out.’
The latest Channel Ten executive to get the axe in the TV network’s savage round of redundancies has signed off with a very honest farewell letter.
Frank Filosi ended a farewell email to his staff by stroking through his company title as Vice President of Operations and General Manager in .
And he also crossed out the Paramount logo and sub-brands in his email signature in what one workmate called a ‘blatant «F*** you» to Ten’.
But Mr Filosi dismissed the speculation and insisted to Daily Mail Australia: ‘Not at all — far from it.I love this company — merely no longer an employee.’
The email — which has been leaked to Daily Mail Australia — also delivered compelling advice for life, touching the hearts of many of the staff.
Frank Filosi (pictured), latest Channel Ten executive to get the axe in the TV network’s savage round of redundancies, EVDen eve NaKliyaT has sent out an inspiring farewell letter to his former colleagues
Frank Filosi took an apparent swipe at his ex-employer when he signed it off, stroking through his company title as Vice President of Operations and General Manager in Adelaide
The TV veteran was given the boot after ’37 years of dedicated, passionate and tireless service’ with the broadcaster, he said in the letter.
‘Having my position and areas of responsibility restructured out of the business is not the way I thought or chose my career at Network 10 to end,’ Filosi told staff.
‘I depart with my head held extremely high and very proud, of all the hard work and good things I have achieved.’
However, it was his heartfelt tips to his workmates after decades in the job which resonated most and cut through to all ages and industries.
‘Prioritise your personal wellbeing and the wellbeing of your family, friends and loved ones,’ he wrote.’This should and must always be your primary focus.
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‘You are of little use to your loved ones if you are not the best possible version of yourself — I have always lived this way and have never had any regrets and have never missed out on the important moments or been left wondering.
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Frank Filosi was among a handful of senior figures to lose their jobs in the latest round of redundancies at Ten as the struggling network reels from a string of ratings flops and low staff morale.(Pictured: the presenting line-up of current affairs show The Project)
He added: ‘Always treat people respectfully and always do the right thing even when no one is looking and even when no one knows. It’s called integrity.
‘It always stays with you and it goes a long way to defining your character and who you are as a person.
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‘Life is what you make it, in everything you do.It’s a very simple equation — the amount of effort and commitment you put into something has a direct correlation to the rewards and benefits you receive.
‘Effort In = Rewards Out — You get nothing for free, so don’t expect it!Always be positive. There are always people far worse off than you.
‘Get moving and make things happen. Don’t wait for someone else to sort your career out for you. Decide what you want and go and get it, wherever that may be.
‘There are no problems in life only challenges (some are huge but they are still only challenges) and maintaining a positive attitude towards your challenges will determine how you deal with them and their outcome.’
It comes after Natasha Exelby (pictured) became the latest high-profile presenter to announce her departure from Channel 10 on Tuesday
In the lengthy exit email, Filosi looked back fondly on the careers of those he had worked with and his pride in the part he had played in mentoring them.
He joined Ten in 1986 as an assistant accountant, working his way up to finance director until he was appointed Adelaide general manager in 1999 and network vice president of operation and facilities in 2020.
‘I have had an amazing time throughout my career at Network 10, with so many different and exciting positions, opportunities, responsibilities, achievements and both business and personal milestones along the way,’ he said.
‘However, I’m not one to dwell, so onwards and upwards.Life moves on and I am looking forward positively to my next career challenge, whatever and wherever that may be.’
A spokesperson for Paramount ANZ said of Mr Filosi: ‘His unwavering enthusiasm, professionalism and committed leadership has been instrumental in South Australia, not to mention nationally.
‘Frank has led the teams through major change and has been instrumental in preparing for significant operation and technology innovations that has taken the business to the next level.
‘We would like to sincerely thank Frank for his professionalism, integrity, passion and expertise.
‘He has our warmest thanks for everything he has achieved in the business and the impact he has had on all of us as a colleague and friend.’
Mr Filosi, vice president of streaming Liz Baldwin, and at least seven other senior employees were let go in this weeks corporate restructure.
Mr Filosi, vice president of streaming Liz Baldwin (pictured), and at least seven other senior employees were let go in this week’s corporate restructure, the AFR reported on Wednesday
But was not affected, and even scored herself a nice promotion.
Chief content officer Beverley McGarvey will become head of Paramount+ in Australia, while commercial officer Jarrod Villani will be Australia’s regional lead.
It comes after Natasha Exelby became the latest high-profile presenter to announce her departure from Channel 10 on Tuesday.
Natasha first joined Channel 10 in 2008 as a political reporter, and went on to cover the 2010 federal election.
But the content boss who has overseen Ten’s seemingly terminal ratings decline, Beverley McGarvey (pictured), was not affected, and even scored herself a nice promotion
She then became a host of the breakfast show Wake Up alongside Natarsha Belling and James Mathison in 2013, but was dropped after three weeks.
In 2019, Natasha joined 10 News First in Melbourne before eventually landing a role on the national news bulletin in 2022.
For the last few years, she was also a regular panelist on Studio 10.
Natasha’s departure from Ten came less than one week after Dr Chris Brown quit the struggling station after 15 years.
The 44-year-old signed a deal with Seven and will officially join in July to produce ‘new projects’ for Channel Seven and 7Plus.
Natasha and Chris are the latest in a string of major departures from Ten, following the exits of The Project hosts Carrie Bickmore, Lisa Wilkinson and Peter Helliar.
Senior staff have also been following the on-air talent out the door, including the network’s long-serving publicity boss Sarah ‘SJ’ Johnson.
the station feels like ‘a sinking ship’ and the workplace is ‘lacking direction and morale’ — although network reps insist Ten’s parent company Paramount Global is in good financial shape.
Natasha’s departure from Ten came less than one week after Dr Chris Brown (pictured) quit the struggling station after 15 years
‘There are going to be a lot more resignations to come…Ten feels a bit like a sinking ship,’ one staffer told Daily Mail Australia, adding that morale had been on a critical slide ‘for some time’.
‘It feels kind of rudderless. Like there’s not a lot of direction and the network can’t seem to figure out exactly what it wants to be.’
Adding to the general discontent is the network’s hit-and-miss programming which leans heavily on reality TV formats, another staffer said.
‘Some like Survivor and, at a pinch, MasterChef, work but a lot of them don’t,’ the source said.’There seems to be so much that bombs.’
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A border agent has died and two others are ‘gravely’ injured following a shootout off the coast of Puerto Rico early Thursday morning.
Federal officials say a U.S. Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations unit was on routine control about 14 miles off the coast of Cabo Rojo at around 8am local time, when they were interdicting suspected smugglers.
They then became ‘involved in an exchange of gunfire with individuals on board a suspected smuggling vessel,’ border officials say. One of the suspected smugglers also died in the shooting.
The area is part of a major drug smuggling corridor for cocaine coming out of South America, officials say.
First responders rushed to the scene and were seen airlifting agents to a hospital on the nearby island, where agents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations unit were waiting, the reports.
Two of the suspect smugglers were taken into custody. A Puerto Rico reports that the suspects are American citizens.
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A border agent was killed and two others were injured in an early morning shootout aboard a suspected smuggling ship off the coast of Puerto Rico
Authorities are seen here outside the hospital the agents were airlifted to on the island
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas spoke about the tragedy in testimony before a Senate committee after learning of the shooting on Thursday, saying other agents on the scene were ‘gravely injured.’
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Unless you’ve got a craving for chicken wings, this year’s party might leave your wallet a little lighter.
As the City Chiefs set to do battle with the Philadelphia Eagles in front of an audience likely to soar over 100 million, many together with friends and family at parties.
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The claims that alcoholic beverages have gone up six percent in cost from 2022.
Even your party’s designated driver will suffer: the cost of non-alcoholic drinks rose 13 percent year-over-year.
Unless you’ve got a craving for chicken wings, this year’s Super Bowl party might leave your wallet a little lighter
The food to go along with those drinks isn’t getting cheaper either: the price of meat, fish and eggs as well as fruits and vegetables are up eight percent from 2022.
However, there is one category where consumers are likely to feel only stomach pain rather than financial ones: chicken wings.
The popular appetizer’s prices have g has rocked the United States in the past year, with Miami being hit hardest as to corral the soaring cost of living.
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Federal data listed Phoenix’s rent increase at 21.9 percent, with Miami at 18.6 percent, after the city saw the highest inbound population increase of any city since the pandemic began.
Miami was one of four cities to make the top ten among cities with a population of over 150,000 — with a move-in rate of 55.2 percent
This year’s Super Bowl is a battle between star quarterbacks Jalen Hurts (pictured left) of the Philadelphia Eagles and Patrick Mahomes (pictured right) of the Kansas City Chiefs
Both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages have seen a surge in pricing
Chicken wings are the only food seeing a dip in price from last year, with the average whole chicken wing down 70 cents a pound
Inflation has rocked the United States hard in the past year, with Miami being hit hardest as consumers continue to get priced out
The top ten was rounded out by New York/Newark, Baltimore, Detroit, St.Louis and Chicago.
Los Angeles and San Francisco had some of the lowest inflation rates, which may be due to a slowing of people moving to those areas.
Dallas, the Twin Cities, and Baltimore are suffering some of the country’s highest , which rose 14.1%, 13.7%, and 13.5% in those cities respectively, according to an Axios analysis.
The news comes after the raised its target interest rate by a quarter of a percentage point, and signaled that even though inflation is easing, it remains high enough to require further hikes.
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Miami’s inflation rate is at 18.6 percent, after the city saw the highest inbound population increase of any city since the pandemic began
Seattle finished 2022 with the second-highest annual inflation rate increase
The Federal Reserve has raised its target interest rate by a quarter of a percentage point, slowing down from the rapid hikes implemented last year
Fed Chair Jerome Powell said ‘the job is not fully done’ in bringing down inflation, noting policymakers are ‘strongly committed to bringing inflation back down to our 2% goal’
‘We will need substantially more evidence to be confident that inflation is on a long, sustained downward path,’ said Powell.
«It would be very premature to declare victory or think that we really got this,» Powell added.»We have to complete the job.»
Fed policymakers hope to avoid triggering a recession, and economic data since their last policy meeting in December generally has moved in the right direction.
Though , it is slowing under the impact of higher interest rates, while the economy continues to grow and create jobs at a reasonable pace.
‘The Fed isn’t done fighting inflation,’ said John Leer, chief economist at decision intelligence company Morning Consult. ‘Anyone who thought the Fed had won the war on inflation needs to buckle up for a protracted battle.’
Although the labor market remains tight, Leer said it ‘remains premature to conclude American workers will emerge unscathed from this hiking cycle’ as the full impact of higher interest rates on the job market has yet to play out.
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Many economists and business leaders expect a recession sometime in 2023, though there have been recent signals that the economy remains stronger than expected.
Timo Meier scored on a feed from Erik Karlsson in overtime as the San Jose Sharks rallied past Tampa Bay 4-3 on Tuesday night, snapping the Lightning’s franchise-record, 12-game home winning streak.
The Sharks controlled play for most of the three-on-three session, and Karlsson helped the visitors post their second straight win with a slick diagonal pass that Meier easily netted at 2:19.
Meier finished with two goals and an assist while Karlsson notched a goal and two helpers.Jonah Gadjovich also tallied for the San Jose, which won for just the second time in its past 10 matchups (2-7-1) against the Lightning.
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Penguins 2, Avalanche 1 (OT)
Kris Letang scored at 3:36 of overtime to give Pittsburgh a win over visiting Colorado in the first game following the All-Star break for both teams.
The Penguins killed off a penalty in overtime, then scored during a delayed penalty call.Letang, from the left dot, took a feed from Sidney Crosby, who was behind the net, and wristed it off the pads of Colorado goaltender Pavel Francouz.
Bryan Rust also scored, and Evgeni Malkin had two assists for the Penguins, who had lost two straight (0-1-1) and six of nine (3-3-3).Pittsburgh goaltender Casey DeSmith, making his fourth straight start as he fills in for injured No. 1 goalie Tristan Jarry, made 41 saves. Nathan MacKinnon scored Colorado’s lone goal.
Oilers 5, Red Wings 2
Warren Foegele scored two second-period goals, and visiting Edmonton defeated Detroit.
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Evander Kane each had a goal and an assist.Ryan McLeod also scored for the Oilers, who are 8-0-1 in their last nine games. Jack Campbell made 30 saves. Tyler Bertuzzi and Joe Veleno scored for the Red Wings, while Ville Husso stopped 22 shots.
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Islanders 4, Kraken 0
Samuel Bolduc and Bo Horvat scored milestone goals and Ilya Sorokin stopped all 32 shots he faced as New York continued surging with a win over Seattle in Elmont, N.Y.
Bolduc, appearing in his fifth career game, gave the Islanders the lead with his first NHL goal early in the first period.Horvat, whom New York acquired from the Vancouver Canucks on Jan. 30 and signed to an eight-year contract on Sunday, scored his first goal for his new team to close out the scoring in the second period.
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Golden Knights 5, Predators 1
William Carrier, Chandler Stephenson and Phil Kessel each had a goal and an assist, and visiting Vegas held Nashville to a season-low 17 shots on goal en route to a victory.
Michael Amadio also scored, and Alex Pietrangelo added an empty-netter as Vegas returned from the All-Star break to snap a 0-2-2 skid.Adin Hill didn’t work too hard in stopping 16 shots to record his career-high 11th win. The Predators’ 17 shots were the fewest yielded by the Golden Knights this season.
Meanwhile, it was the third time this season that Nashville failed to record at least 20 shots.Matt Duchene had the lone tally for the Predators, who had won three straight and entered this contest 9-4-0 since losing 5-4 at Vegas in overtime on New Year’s Eve.
Ducks 3, Blackhawks 2 (OT)
Frank Vatrano scored 2:15 into overtime to lift visiting Anaheim over Chicago.
Vatrano scored with a backhand off a feed from Isac Lundestrom to end Anaheim’s eight-game losing streak against the Blackhawks.Brett Leason and Jayson Megna each had a goal and an assist and Anthony Stolarz made 27 saves for the Ducks, EvdEN EVe nakliyat who are 4-0-1 in their past five games.
Jason Dickinson had a goal and an assist, Seth Jones also scored and Petr Mrazek made 23 saves for the Blackhawks, who have dropped four of five.
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A documentary giving a never-before-seen insight into the life, career and tragic death of John Candy has been made by Colin Hanks and .
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The film — made with the full support of Candy’s wife Rosemary Margaret Hobor and children Jennifer, 43, and Chris, 38 — will reportedly give an insight in Candy’s private family life off-screen.
It will also feature never-before-seen home videos, archives and family interviews.
Tragic loss: A documentary giving a never-before-seen insight into the life, career and tragic death of John Candy has been made by Colin Hanks and Ryan Reynolds (Candyy pictured 1983)
Hanks’ father Tom Hanks and stepmother Rita Wilson starred with Candy in 1985 film Volunteers, with Candy also appearing in 1984’s Splash alongside Hanks and Daryl Hannah.
Hanks also produces the documentary with Sean Stuart and Zipper Bros Films’ Glen Zipper.
Reynolds is known for his affinity with fellow Canadian actor Candy and his friendship with his family.
On the 25th anniversary of his death in March 2019, he shared a moving video montage of the star, with the support of Candy’s children.
Reynolds wrote; ‘It’s the 25th anniversary of John Candy’s passing. We cooked up a small tribute to a comedic genius and Canadian hero. If you haven’t seen much of his work, take a look at his films. He was a treasure.
Chris Candy called the video ‘lovely’ while Jennifer Candy wrote: ‘This made me cry. It’s so amazing and sweet!. He has so many people that absolutely love him, he was one of the best.’
Candy first shot to fame via his work as a member of Toronto’s branch of improv comedy group The Second City in 1972. He then joined the cast on Toronto-based comedy-variety show Second City Television which was picked up by NBC in 1981 and became a huge hit.
The show won Emmy Awards in 1981 and 1982 for its writing.
Iconic: Actor Candy — who was famed for starring in films Planes, Trains and Automobiles (pictured)- died of a heart attack in 1994 at age 43.
Film: Variety reports Amazon is negotiations to acquire the untitled film directed by Hanks, 45, evdEn eVE NAKLiyAt (L) and produced by Reynolds, (R) 46 and George Dewey via his production company, Maximum Effort.
Looking back: Candy had a minor, yet important, role as Gus Polinski in 1990’s Home Alone
Cute: He actually starred alongside Macaulay Culkin in the 1989 film Uncle Buck before they were reunited on the set of the holiday film
Connection: Hanks’ father Tom Hanks and stepmother Rita Wilson starred with Candy in 1985 film Volunteers (pictured)
His breakout role came when he played Tom Hanks’ character’s womanizing brother in Splash, which garnered universal acclaim
His breakout role came when he played Tom Hanks’ character’s womanizing brother in Splash, which garnered universal acclaim.
Candy appeared in a number of comedies throughout his career, including Spaceballs and Cool Runnings.
He had a minor, yet important, role as the ‘Polka King of the Midwest’ in Home Alone. His character Gus Polinski helps reunite Kevin with his mother, making for a happy ending.
He actually starred alongside Macaulay Culkin in the 1989 film Uncle Buck before they were reunited on the set of the holiday film.
He won legions of fans for his role as shower curtain salesman Del Griffith in 1987 classic, EvdEN evE nAkLiYaT Planes, Trains and Automobiles.
The film follows the story line of anxious and stern businessman Neale Page (Steve Martin) who is trying to get home to see his family in .
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At the time the film received critical acclaim, with John Candy being nominated for Funniest Actor in a Motion Picture that year.
Legendary: Candy appeared in a number of comedies throughout his career, including Cool Runnings (pictured)
Behind the stardom: The documentary will also feature never-before-seen home videos, archives and family interviews(pictured 1993)