Unlucky driver stopped for not wearing a seatbelt is busted with $700,000 unexplained cash

Driver stopped for not wearing a seatbelt is busted with $75,000 cash stashed in his car – before another $650,000 is discovered in his home

  • Cops discovered more than $700,000 in allegedly dodgy cash after traffic stop 
  • The 39-year-old man was pulled over on Thursday for not wearing a seatbelt 
  • NSW Police charged him with knowingly deal with the proceeds of crime 

A motorist pulled over for not wearing a seatbelt got far more than a traffic fine after police found $75,000 hidden in his car.

The man was charged with dealing with the proceeds of crimes after more than $650,000 more unexplained cash was uncovered in a search of his flat.

Highway patrol officers stopped a Toyota Camry in Bella Vista in Sydney’s north-west just before 8.30pm on Thursday after spotting the driver without his seatbelt on.

Cops searched the man’s car (pictured) after pulling him over for not wearing a seatbelt in Sydney’s north-west on Thursday 

More than $750,000 was found in the man's car and apartment (pictured)

Police found some of the cash in the man's car boot and under the rear seat

More than $750,000 (pictured left) was found in the man’s apartment and in his car (pictured right) 

After searching the 39-year-old driver’s car, cops found the cash concealed in the boot and under the rear seat.

A further $650,000 of allegedly dodgy cash was discovered at a Bella Vista service apartment under search warrant. 

The Queensland man was arrested and taken to Castle Hill Police Station. 

He was later charged with knowingly dealing with the proceeds of crime and refused bail to appear at Parramatta Local Court on Friday. 

Investigations are continuing.

The 39-year-old driver (pictured) has been arrested and charged with knowingly dealing with the proceeds of crime

The 39-year-old driver (pictured) has been arrested and charged with knowingly dealing with the proceeds of crime 

Police seized the cash (pictured) and the man has been refused bail to front  court on Friday

Police seized the cash (pictured) and the man has been refused bail to front  court on Friday

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Lane Cove, Sydney resident wakes up to find she’s $30million richer after scooping Powerball jackpot

Lucky Sydneysider wakes up to find she’s $30million richer after scooping Powerball jackpot – but INSISTS on still going to work today despite new multi-millionaire status

  • Woman from Lane Cove on Sydney’s lower north shore had only division one win 
  • Winning numbers in Thursday’s draw were 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19, 25, Powerball is 20
  • They were the only entry to claim the prize and match all eight lucky numbers 
  • Officials were unable to reach the winner on Thursday night to let them know  

An Australian has woken up to find she’s $30million richer after winning the jackpot in Thursday night’s Powerball draw – but still insisted on going to work on Friday.

The woman from Lane Cove on Sydney’s lower north shore held the only winning division one ticket and initially could not be reached by election officials bearing the good news. 

The winning numbers were 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19, 25 and the Powerball is 20.  

She missed the calls from the Lott after having an early night and only found out about her win over her cereal and coffee on Friday morning.

The winning numbers from Thursday night’s draw were 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19, 25 and the Powerball is 20. The $30million winner from Lane Cove on Sydney’s lower north shore has still insisted on going to work on Friday

The Sydneysider told officials ‘is this for real?!’ when they finally got through to her, but vowed to ‘power on’ and go to work despite winning the life-changing haul.

‘I’d seen the missed calls and wondered what was going on. Then I’ve just checked the app,’ she said.

‘I can’t believe it!

‘We were just having breakfast and getting ready to go to work. We’ll still go to work today – don’t you worry about that! We’ll power on!’

She admitted to having ‘butterfingers’ after discovering she had won and said she tried to play Powerball every week but had never come close to her haul from Thursday night’s draw.

She said the jackpot would make a ‘massive difference’ to her family but needed to finish her breakfast before deciding how she would spend her winnings.  

Earlier, The Lott said their calls to the woman went straight to answering machine. 

‘I was ready to confirm Powerball’s newest division one winner straight after the results… I called the number provided, it just rang out and went straight to message bank,’ Matt Hart from The Lott said. 

‘If you see a number of missed calls on your phone, you could be the winner we’re trying to contact,’ he said. 

‘You may not think it’s possible, but if you purchased an online entry into this week’s Powerball draw that you haven’t checked yet, you’re in with a chance.’ 

Five entries claimed the division two prize with each lucky winner taking home more than $100,000. 

Last month, a western Sydney man was one of two $40million Powerball winners, splitting the division one prize with a grandmother from Campbelltown. 

The newly-rich NSW or ACT man claimed a whopping $30million in Thursday nights draw, after matching all eight numbers, the only entry to do so

The winner missed calls from the Lott after having an early night and only found out about her win over her cereal and coffee on Friday morning

The Smithfield resident hadn’t even known he held a victorious ticket because one of the digits in the phone number The Lott had for him was incorrect.  

‘I didn’t know I’d won,’ the multi-millionaire said at the time.  

‘I’d heard there was another Powerball winner they were trying to contact.

‘I even said to my friend, ”we’ll never win, only old people win”.

‘They said you’d been ringing but I didn’t get a call. There was a digit wrong on my mobile number.’ 

The recipient of the other $40million told The Lott her grandson had predicted she was going to win the Powerball prize. 

‘I’m a bit gobsmacked. I’m in shock. I can’t believe it,’ she said. 

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Alok Sharma urges countries to stop financing new coal-fired power stations

‘Ditch coal to save the planet’: Alok Sharma will urge countries around the world to stop financing new power stations that emit greenhouse gases in desperate bid to combat global warming

  • Alok Sharma urges world nations to stop financing new coal-fired power stations
  • Greenpeace and Oxfam called the comments hypocritical amid Cumbria mine 
  • The UK will this year host the United Nations climate summit COP26 in Glasgow

Coal power must be scrapped worldwide to save the planet, government minister Alok Sharma will say in a speech today.

He will say the nations of the world must stop financing new coal-fired power stations – which emit greenhouse gases – to fight global warming. 

But Greenpeace and Oxfam have called the comments hypocritical in light of plans for a new coal mine in Cumbria, and the UK continuing to develop North Sea oil and gas while blocking onshore wind power.

Alok Sharma will say the nations of the world must stop financing new coal-fired power stations – which emit greenhouse gases – to fight global warming

The mine will be the subject of a public inquiry, with the Government responsible for the final decision. 

The UK has previously committed to scrapping all coal power by 2025. In November, it will host the United Nations climate summit COP26 in Glasgow with Mr Sharma as president, five years after 196 nations signed the Paris Agreement committing to limit global warming to 1.5C.

Greenpeace and Oxfam have called the comments hypocritical in light of plans for a new coal mine in Cumbria

Greenpeace and Oxfam have called the comments hypocritical in light of plans for a new coal mine in Cumbria

Mr Sharma is expected to say: ‘If we are serious about 1.5C, Glasgow must be the COP that consigns coal to history.

‘We are working directly with governments and through international organisations to end international coal financing. This is a personal priority.’ 

He will add: ‘[This is] our best chance of building a brighter future. A future of green jobs and cleaner air. I have faith that world leaders will rise to the occasion.’

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Sadio Mane SNUBS Jurgen Klopp handshake following Liverpool’s win at Manchester United

Sadio Mane SNUBS Jurgen Klopp handshake following Liverpool’s huge win at Manchester United to keep top four hopes alive… but Reds boss brushes off incident, insisting that ‘there is no problem’

  • Sadio Mane was left out of Liverpool’s XI for their clash at Manchester United
  • Instead, he was replaced by Diogo Jota who was instrumental in Reds’ 4-2 win
  • Mane replaced Jota late on as a substitute, before missing a chance to score 
  • At full-time Mane snubbed Jurgen Klopp’s handshake while heading off the pitch
  • Klopp played down incident due to not explaining to Mane his omission reasons

Jurgen Klopp brushed off a spat with Sadio Mane after he celebrated his first win at Old Trafford as Liverpool manager on Thursday.

Mane, who started on the bench and replaced Diogo Jota in the 74th minute, refused to shake Klopp’s hand at the final whistle as he marched towards the tunnel shaking his head.

The Liverpool boss played down the incident and admitted that he had not had a chance to explain his selection to the Senegal striker.

Sadio Mane (left) snubbed Jurgen Klopp’s (right) request for a handshake at full time

‘No, there is no problem,’ said Klopp. ‘I made a late decision in training before the game to put Diogo in.

‘The boys are used to me explaining things but there was no time for that. It is all fine. Sadio was slightly angry but that is all.’

Former Liverpool manager Graeme Souness criticised Mane for snubbing Klopp, particularly after his team had picked up their first win at Old Trafford in seven years.

‘I wouldn’t be happy,’ Souness said on Sky Sports. ‘He should have shaken his hand. He doesn’t want a cuddle but he should show a bit of respect. 

Klopp though played down the incident, insisting he had not had a chance to explain to Mane his omission from the Liverpool starting XI that defeated Manchester United

Klopp though played down the incident, insisting he had not had a chance to explain to Mane his omission from the Liverpool starting XI that defeated Manchester United

Mane was introduced as a late substitute but missed a one-on-one chance to score

Mane was introduced as a late substitute but missed a one-on-one chance to score

‘It’s disrespectful to his manager and most importantly to the football club. Of course, he’s not happy at being at being left out, but how can he argue at being a sub when Liverpool have won at Old Trafford?’

Former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane added Mane should not have reacted the way he did, but could sympathise with his frustration: Roy Keane: ‘I think obviously the player is out of order but not every player wants… there is a new trend now among managers, everyone going on the pitch giving high fives.

‘I know when I was a player I didn’t want the manager coming on and giving me high fives. If we had won the league maybe but even then I’d be doubtful.

‘I just think if he sees the player is upset, just back away. It is bad enough your own manager but now you see the opposition manager going around giving everyone high fives.’ 

His starting XI replacement Diogo Jota justified his selection with an equaliser at Old Trafford

His starting XI replacement Diogo Jota justified his selection with an equaliser at Old Trafford

Victory boosted Liverpool’s hopes of securing a Champions League place. ‘The only thing we can do is to win our games, that was not the case before,’ added Klopp.

‘Being in a position where you have it in your own hands to qualify for the Champions League is a big thing.’

United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer lamented his side’s second home defeat in the space of three days as they conceded two Roberto Firmino goals either side of half-time. ‘That was a kick in the teeth,’ said Solskjaer.

Meanwhile, United midfielder Fred was racially abused on social media after the game.

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Bristol Rovers REMOVE Joey Barton’s rant about club’s previous managers from their website

Bristol Rovers REMOVE Joey Barton’s astonishing rant about club’s previous managers being ‘negligent’ from their website after being threatened with legal action by ex-boss Paul Tisdale

  • Bristol Rovers have been forced to remove Joey Barton’s rant from their website
  • Barton hit out at his predecessors in an astonishing rant earlier this year
  • Barton sparked controversy by accusing his predecessors of ‘negligence’ 
  • Rovers took swift action after being contacted by ex-boss Paul Tisdale’s lawyers 

Bristol Rovers have been forced to remove an article from their website containing an astonishing rant from Joey Barton about their previous managers.

Sportsmail understands Rovers took swift initial action after receiving contact from lawyers on behalf of ex-boss Paul Tisdale.

Barton was appointed Rovers manager in late February, replacing Tisdale who succeeded Ben Garner in November.

Bristol Rovers have removed Joey Barton’s rant on club’s previous managers from their website

And Barton sparked controversy in March by accusing his predecessors of ‘negligence’ in their handling of the squad he inherited and labelling their training sessions ‘a farce.’

In a statement released to Sportsmail, Tisdale said: ‘There was no basis for these allegations and I’m pleased that the club has decided to take Joey’s comments off its website. I wish Joey and the club all the best.’

Barton hit out as he battled to keep Rovers in League One, having taken over when they were two points above the relegation zone.

He was ultimately unable to as they were relegated with two games left and finished bottom.

Barton sparked controversy in March by accusing his predecessors of ‘negligence’

Barton sparked controversy in March by accusing his predecessors of ‘negligence’ 

Sportsmail understands Rovers took swift initial action after receiving contact from lawyers on behalf of ex-boss Paul Tisdale (pictured)

Sportsmail understands Rovers took swift initial action after receiving contact from lawyers on behalf of ex-boss Paul Tisdale (pictured) 

With years of experience and understanding of the things managers say to suit their own agendas, Tisdale – an advisor to Colchester United for the final six weeks of the season – is understood to have no issue with Barton.

Instead it was with his former employers for allowing the potentially libellous comments to go unchecked and also helping push them into the public domain.

Rovers took a story containing the offending comments down though the matter is understood to be ongoing.

Ahead of Bristol Rovers’s defeat against Sunderland at the end of March, Barton said: ‘They’ve set these boys up for failure and we’ve got to try to reverse that trend.

‘Whatever has gone before me has been negligent. If they were doctors, they should certainly be struck off for what’s gone on here before. I could show you the footage of the training sessions. They’re a farce. It wasn’t done correctly.

Barton (right) was appointed Rovers manager in late February, replacing Tisdale at the helm

Barton (right) was appointed Rovers manager in late February, replacing Tisdale at the helm

‘How do I know that? Look at the league table. Look at the fact two managers have been removed from the job.

‘Two-and-a-half-hour sessions on a Friday — what chance have the lads got? It’s like having a 15-round spar the night before you have a 12-round scrap.

‘It’s because they don’t know what it’s like to go in the ring, the Colosseum. They’ve read it in a book and they’ve done it on a course and they don’t know. It’s criminal.’

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Check your tickets: Hunt for lucky NSW Australian who won $30million jackpot in the Powerball

Check your tickets NOW: Hunt for lucky Australian who scooped $30million Powerball jackpot – and they’ll have a LOT of missed calls

  • NSW or ACT resident won whopping $30million in division one Powerball prize
  • They were the only entry to claim the prize and match all eight lucky numbers
  • Winning numbers in Thursday’s draw were 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19, 25, Powerball is 20 
  • Officials were unable to reach the winner on Thursday night to let them know  

One lucky Australian is an overnight multi-millionaire and they could still have no idea – with the sole winner of Thursday night’s division one Powerball draw yet to come forward. 

The only winning ticket in the $30million jackpot was purchased by a NSW resident online at The Lott but officials have been unable to reach them to give them the good news. 

‘I was ready to confirm Powerball’s newest division one winner straight after the results… I called the number provided, it just rang out and went straight to message bank,’ Matt Hart from The Lott said. 

‘If you see a number of missed calls on your phone, you could be the winner we’re trying to contact,’ he said. 

The winning numbers from Thursday night’s draw were 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19, 25 and the Powerball is 20

‘You may not think it’s possible, but if you purchased an online entry into this week’s Powerball draw that you haven’t checked yet, you’re in with a chance.’

The winning numbers from Thursday night’s draw were 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19, 25 and the Powerball is 20

Five entries claimed the division two prize with each lucky winner taking home more than $100,000. 

Last month, a western Sydney man was one of two $40million Powerball winners, splitting the division one prize with a grandmother from Campbelltown. 

The Smithfield resident hadn’t even known he held a victorious ticket because one of the digits in the phone number The Lott had for him was incorrect.  

‘I didn’t know I’d won,’ the multi-millionaire said at the time.  

‘I’d heard there was another Powerball winner they were trying to contact.

‘I even said to my friend, ”we’ll never win, only old people win.

‘They said you’d been ringing but I didn’t get a call. There was a digit wrong on my mobile number.’ 

The recipient of the other $40million told The Lott her grandson had predicted she was going to win the Powerball prize. 

‘I’m a bit gobsmacked. I’m in shock. I can’t believe it,’ she said. 

The newly-rich NSW or ACT man claimed a whopping $30million in Thursday nights draw, after matching all eight numbers, the only entry to do so

The newly-rich NSW or ACT man claimed a whopping $30million in Thursday nights draw, after matching all eight numbers, the only entry to do so

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Steve Bruce vows to fight on as Newcastle boss next season

Steve Bruce vows to fight on as Newcastle boss next season and says he will only leave if they sack him… and he denies suggesting fan expectations were too high

  • Steve Bruce is adamant he will remain as Newcastle manager next season  
  • The Magpies boss has faced pressure over his role but guided the side to safety 
  • He stressed he will only leave St James’ Park if the club decided to sack him
  • Bruce also defended comments about ‘managing expectations’ at the club 

Steve Bruce says he wants to carry on as Newcastle boss next season – and has denied criticising the expectation of the club’s fans.

The head coach gave a radio interview this week that sparked a backlash against him among supporters and local press.

Bruce had said it was ‘difficult’ managing ‘expectation’ on Tyneside, an opinion that has long since angered fans when put forward by others.

Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce has insisted he will still be in charge next season

But Bruce claims: ‘If the fans think that I meant their expectations are too high, then that’s not what I meant at all. That’s my limited vocabulary.

‘Maybe I used the wrong word with expectations, because what makes this club great is the supporters. They come in their thousands and want the club to do well. And basically, so do I.’

A subsequent report said Bruce could quit the club this summer, if owner Mike Ashley is not forthcoming with sufficient transfer funds.

But Bruce says the only way he will be leaving is if the club sack him.

Bruce was rumoured to be considering an exit if the club failed to offer transfer funds

Bruce was rumoured to be considering an exit if the club failed to offer transfer funds

He denied accusing the club's supporters of having too high expectations after an interview caused anger among the fanbase

He denied accusing the club’s supporters of having too high expectations after an interview caused anger among the fanbase

‘I’ve got a contract,’ he said. ‘Until I hear otherwise, I’m going to crack on. We’re doing pre-season at the moment. We’re putting all the plans in place. Conversations will be had, and that’s what I can say on it.

‘I am a football manager, I am not ready to retire yet. You have to dust yourself down and have a thick skin. I will crack on to the best of my ability.

‘I have to accept criticism, and don’t let it beat you up too badly and affect you.’

Bruce has led the Magpies to Premier League survival but insists they won't be celebrating

Bruce has led the Magpies to Premier League survival but insists they won’t be celebrating 

Newcastle are safe in 16th position ahead of Friday’s visit of champions Manchester City. They have won only five matches since mid-December, but three of those have come in the wake of a 3-0 defeat at Brighton in March that had fans calling for the manager to go.

‘We’re not going to celebrate (staying up),’ added Bruce. ‘We all aspire to take Newcastle into the top 10, that’s where I wanted to be and the supporters want to be.

‘It takes time, we haven’t got the capability to change it around, it takes more than one transfer window. We have to keep moving forward. Breaking into the top 10 or top 12 is the next step.’

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Active-duty Marine Corps officer arrested for assaulting multiple police officers during Jan. 6 riot

Active-duty Major Marine Corps officer who helped mob force way into Capitol building arrested for assaulting multiple police officers during Jan. 6 riot

  • Major Christopher Warnagiris, 40, of Woodbridge, Virginia is the first active-duty service member to be charged in the insurrection
  • Security cameras captured Warnagiris push his way into the Capitol past a line of police officers through a doorway in the East Rotunda
  • A U.S. Capitol Police officer, who tried to close the door Warnagiris was wedging open, said Warnagiris resisted to keep the door open and shoved him 
  • Warnagiris was first reported to the FBI in March after a co-worker recognized him from photos posted online
  • The Marine Corps has denounced Warnagiris’ actions, saying ‘there is no place for racial hatred or extremism’ in its ranks,

An active-duty Marine Corps officer who was caught on camera helping a mob force their way into the Capitol building during the January 6  riots has been charged with assaulting multiple police officers.

Major Christopher Warnagiris, 40, of Woodbridge, Virginia is the first active-duty service member to be charged in the insurrection, the Department of Justice said.   

Warnagiris, who has been stationed at Marine Corps Base Quantico since last summer, was arrested Thursday in Virginia, prosecutors said.

Security cameras captured Warnagiris- decked out in a dark jacket, military green backpack and black and tan gloves- push his way into the Capitol past a line of police officers through a doorway in the East Rotunda, charging documents said. 

Security cameras captured Major Christopher Warnagiris (pictured) hold the door open to allow members of the mob into the Capitol building

A U.S. Capitol police officer told the FBI that Major Christopher Warnagiris shoved him as he tried to get him away from the doorway in the East Rotunda

A U.S. Capitol police officer told the FBI that Major Christopher Warnagiris shoved him as he tried to get him away from the doorway in the East Rotunda

After he got in, the Major appears to use his body to keep the door partially open and helped pull other members of the mob inside, authorities said.

A U.S. Capitol Police officer, who tried to close the door Warnagiris was wedging open, said Warnagiris resisted to keep the door open.  

The officer told the FBI that he had tried to push Warnagiris out of the way and he  shoved him back, authorities said.

Warnagiris was first reported to the FBI in March after a co-worker recognized him from photos posted online. 

The next day, FBI agents went to his military command and showed pictures of Warnagiris to another co-worker, who also positively ID’d him. 

Major Christopher Warnagiris, 40, was first reported to the FBI in March after a co-worker recognized him from photos posted online

Major Christopher Warnagiris, 40, was first reported to the FBI in March after a co-worker recognized him from photos posted online

More than 400 people have been charged so far for their part in the January 6 storming of the Capitol

More than 400 people have been charged so far for their part in the January 6 storming of the Capitol

Warnagiris has served in the Marines for 18 years and has been deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan.  

Warnagiris currently is assigned to the training and education command of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force Staff Training Program at the Marine base in Quantico, Virginia, CNBC reported.   

The Marine Corps has denounced Warnagiris’ actions, saying  ‘there is no place for racial hatred or extremism’ in its ranks, AP reported. 

‘Those who can’t value the contributions of others, regardless of background, are destructive to our culture, our warfighting ability, and have no place in our ranks,’ the Corps said in a statement.   

Warnagiris faces charges including assaulting, resisting or impeding certain officers, obstruction of law enforcement during civil disorder and obstruction of justice. 

He faces a maximum 20 year sentence if convicted.

Warnagiris was ordered released after a brief appearance before a federal judge in Virginia. It was not immediately clear Thursday if he had an attorney to comment on his behalf, AP reported. 

The Major is just one of more than 400 people who have been charged so far in the siege. 

Among them are four members or reservists of the National Guard and about 40 military veterans, according to the Justice Department.

The charges against the rioters range from misdemeanor offenses, such as disorderly conduct in a restricted building, to serious conspiracy cases against members and associates of the Proud Boys and Oath Keepers extremist groups.

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Pip Edwards cosies up to rumoured new boyfriend Cameron Northway at the Million Dollar Beard Ball

Date night! Pip Edwards cosies up to restaurateur boyfriend Cameron Northway at the Million Dollar Beard Ball in Sydney

She’s rumoured to be dating Bondi-based restauranteur and businessman, Cameron Northway. 

And on Thursday, activewear designer Pip Edwards enjoyed what appeared to be a date night with her new man at the Million Dollar Beard Ball in Sydney. 

While keeping Cameron off her socials on the evening, the 41-year-old was spotted cosying up to him inside the event in a picture shared on social media by a friend. 

Date night! Pip Edwards cosied up to rumoured new restaurateur boyfriend Cameron Northway at the Million Dollar Beard Ball in Sydney on Thursday

Pip could be seen holding a magnum of Moët & Chandon champagne while sitting next to Cameron and their friends.  

Earlier, she teased a mystery date on her socials by sharing a picture on her Instagram stories of two men in tuxedo jackets, zooming in on their torsos. But Cameron’s beige jacket matches the one in Pip’s cryptic post.

On the evening, Pip stunned in a $2,880 strapless gown by Australian designer Alex Perry.

Keeping mum: Earlier, she teased a mystery date on her socials by sharing a picture on her Instagram stories of two men in tuxedo jackets, zooming in on their torsos. But Cameron's beige jacket matches the one in Pip's cryptic post

Keeping mum: Earlier, she teased a mystery date on her socials by sharing a picture on her Instagram stories of two men in tuxedo jackets, zooming in on their torsos. But Cameron’s beige jacket matches the one in Pip’s cryptic post

Belle of the ball! On the evening, Pip stunned in a $2,880 strapless gown by Australian designer Alex Perry

Belle of the ball! On the evening, Pip stunned in a $2,880 strapless gown by Australian designer Alex Perry

Pip looked stunning in the figure-accentuating black gown, and accessorised with gold earrings and a pop of red lipstick. 

Pip has been recently linked to restaurateur Cameron Northway, who co-owns Rocker in Sydney’s North Bondi.

The pair were pictured leaving Cameron’s home in Sydney together – several hours after they’d celebrated Pip’s 41st birthday with an intimate dinner at French restaurant Hubert the night before.

New man? Pip has been recently linked to restaurateur Cameron Northway, who co-owns Rocker in Sydney's North Bondi. The pair were pictured leaving Cameron's home in Sydney together - several hours after they'd celebrated Pip's 41st birthday with an intimate dinner at French restaurant Hubert the night before

New man? Pip has been recently linked to restaurateur Cameron Northway, who co-owns Rocker in Sydney’s North Bondi. The pair were pictured leaving Cameron’s home in Sydney together – several hours after they’d celebrated Pip’s 41st birthday with an intimate dinner at French restaurant Hubert the night before

When approached for comment, Pip’s representative Louise Gaffikin told Daily Mail Australia: ‘Pip and Cameron are friends. No further comment.’ 

It comes after Pip’s high-profile relationship with Michael Clarke, 39, came to an end.

It’s understood they split a few months ago, less than a year after they went public with their romance.

While they were inseparable for much of the relationship, as of late March neither had featured on the other’s Instagram since Australia Day.

When contacted about their split at the time, Pip told Daily Mail Australia: ‘I have no comment, no comment at all.’

The Million Dollar Beard Ball was held to raise money for the world’s first nationwide skin check program. For more information or to donate, visit the Beard Season website.

Over: It comes after Pip's high-profile relationship with Michael Clarke, 39, came to an end. It's understood they split a few months ago, less than a year after they went public with their romance

Over: It comes after Pip’s high-profile relationship with Michael Clarke, 39, came to an end. It’s understood they split a few months ago, less than a year after they went public with their romance

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Pep Guardiola sends warning to Manchester City’s rivals that ‘winning is so addictive’

Pep Guardiola sends warning to rivals that ‘winning is so addictive’ as Man City manager says their success drives him on ‘to improve and win again’

  • Manchester City have won their third Premier League title in four seasons
  • City also won the League Cup this term and are in the Champions League final
  • Pep Guardiola says City’s success at the Etihad is what inspires him to continue 

Pep Guardiola declared his addiction to winning is what motivates him after Manchester City clinched a third Premier League crown in four years.

The City manager also revealed details of how chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak convinced him to sign a new contract during a meeting in the Maldives in November.

‘I saw that he trusted me,’ Guardiola said. ‘I saw in his eyes, the way we were during dinner.

Pep Guardiola (centre right) says he is addicted to win and that inspires him to more success

‘Winning is so addictive. You do better, you laugh more, your relationships become better. Why should you stop when there are still things to do? Why should we not try to improve and win again when we still can?’

Guardiola defended City in the face of criticism from their detractors.

‘Unfortunately, some people say the history of this club did not start until 10 years ago,’ he added. 

‘It started at Maine Road, 40,000 taking the bus to support the team in the Second Division.’

Guardiola has guided Manchester City to a Premier League and League Cup double this term

Guardiola has guided Manchester City to a Premier League and League Cup double this term

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