Feeling the love? Teresa Giudice’s new relationship with boyfriend Luis “Louie” Ruelas is off to a great start, according to her sister-in-law, Melissa Gorga.“Teresa’s good. She’s got her little boyfriend,” the Envy designer, 41, said with a wink to Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’s Jen Shah via Instagram Live on Wednesday, November 11. “She’s good.”Melissa Gorga, Teresa Giudice and Luis Ruelas. Shutterstock (2); Courtesy Digital Media Solutions/Instagram- Advertisement – Us Weekly confirmed earlier this week that Giudice, 48, has moved on with Ruelas, 46, following her split from ex-husband Joe Giudice. A source revealed that the courtship is “very new, but they are happy.”The Real Housewives of New Jersey star, for her part, spoke out amid speculation surrounding her new romance. “Excited to reveal my new boyfriend,” Teresa wrote on Monday, November 9, alongside a pic of the twosome attending a football game.In December 2019, Teresa and Joe, also 48, announced their plans to separate after 20 years of marriage. The longtime pair share daughters Gia, 19, Gabriella, 16, Milania, 14, and Audriana, 11.Joe Giudice. Courtesy Joe Giudice/Instagram- Advertisement – Less than one year after announcing their split, Teresa and Joe’s divorce was finalized in September. “They are supporting each other 100 percent as they each pursue their happiness,” an insider told Us at the time. “Joe is in Italy for now, and Teresa is in New Jersey. Their primary focus is and will remain their four beautiful daughters.”Joe returned to his native Italy in October 2019 following his release from prison. When Teresa and their four daughters visited him in the European country last November, a source told Us that the now-exes “talked about their future” and “neither of them wanted to be in a long-distance relationship.”Joe recently confirmed that he is dating an attorney. “She’s helping out a lot out here,” he explained on The Wendy Williams Show in October. “It’s good because I have a lot of things going on out here and she’s putting together a lot of deals for me.”- Advertisement – The businessman continued, “We’ve been seeing each other, you know what I mean? I wouldn’t say that we’re boyfriend, girlfriend, but we’re kind of like hanging out a lot.”Listen to Getting Real with the Housewives, your one-stop destination for Housewives news and exclusive interviews – Advertisement –
Share Tweet Share Share 37 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! NewsSports DABA 2011 LIME National Basketball League Results by: – June 14, 2012 It was yet another exicited evening of basketball on Wednesday 13th June 2012 in Massacre.The Massacre Basketball Court, was the venue and the teams which were tasked with the responsibility of drawing the fans to the venue were the Police Sports Club versus Laplaine Avengers in the Vita Malt Division 2 and the national champions, Gatorade Blazers versus United Insurance Sharks in the Premier Division. Game 1The Police Sports Club and the Laplaine Avengers were two teams in need of a victory to begin their push for the playoffs. Avengers having lost their first two matches, were keen on turning around a poor start to their 2012 campaign. They opened the game looking like the more determined team. The coach of the Police team was forced to call a time out withing three minutes of the first quarter, due to the lawmen lackluster performance. Avengers build on the police inability to execute easy layups, which led to them holding a first quarter lead of four points. The teams stepped up their performance in the second quarter and demonstrated a much more fluent offensive showing. At the end of the first half, Avengers led by two points (36-34). In the third quarter, none of the teams were able to take the initiative and seize the opportunity to build on a lead, which would prove to be a low scoring quarter. Both teams combining for nineteen points. Entering the fourth quarter, Avengers were clinging onto the smallest of advantage. The lawmen led by their guard Floyd Theodore, played very aggresive leading to three of the Avengers players fouling out. It was a spirited effort by Floyd Theodore, who scored ten of the fifteen points scored by his team. With under twenty seconds to go Avengers had the ball and were down by two points. The lawmen displayed great defence, forcing a turnover and hung on for the two points victory (59-57). Avengers has now drop to (0-3), while the Police improved the record to (1-1).Game 2This was the matchup that the huge crowd came to see, however the Sharks team wasn’t detered by the crowd support for the Blazers team. The defending champion were playing their second match of the season and were without the 2011 MVP, Felix Thomas. Sharks took full advantage of the oportunity presented to them and With the few fans who travelled to support them, they amazed the huge crowd with the offensive execution. At the end of the first period, Sharks held a seven points lead (29-22). The second period proved to be a better period for the champions, with under one minute to go in the half, Blazers took their first lead, however the lead only lasted for twenty seconds and Sharks ended the half with four unanswered points.At the end of the first half, thou been outscored in the second quarter, Shark had a three points lead at the end of the first half. The third period started with Blazers feeding off their home support, drawing the scores even at (53-53). However this would be the closest the defending champions came. Royce Ceasar took the initiative and the defending champions could not contain or find answers for his dominating display of ball handling skills and scoring. It was Ceasar versus Blazers, he scored seventeen of the twenty seven points scored by Sharks in the third quarter. Ceasar’s performance left Blazers facing a ten point deficit entering the forth period. In the forth period the defending champions showed why they are regarded as a basketball power house, came storming back, led by a spirited effort from their bench players. Their sperited effort came crushing down, by untimely turnovers which deflated their fight back. Sharks were unfazed, and took crucial rebounds and extended their lead for good, winning the game (97-86). Sharks dominating effort was a signal to the rest of the teams. The huge crowd was left with mix feelings, they were astounded by Sharks performance and shocked at what was a surprising defeat on their home court. they however appreciated the level of basketball played by the Sharks team.Lester Langlaise scored ten points in the first quarter and went scoreless for the rest of the game. while the duo of Neverson Jno Baptist and Royce Cesar combined for forty two points, twenty six of which came in the second half. Sharks have remained undefeated and improved their record to (3-0), Blazers have fallen to (1-1).Matches will continue of Friday 15th June 2012 at Goodwill.By: Gary Benjamin
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Jamaica has welcomed approximately two million visitors for the first half of 2019, earning an estimated two billion US dollars, according to the Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Pearnel Charles.Last year, the country had record arrivals of 4.32 million visitors with earnings of US$3.3 billion.Charles, piloting the Tourism Workers Pension Act 2019 in the Senate on Friday, said tourism drives nine per cent of Jamaica’s gross domestic product (GDP) and contributes, in revenue terms, 20 per cent of GDP.He noted, too, that the sector earnings have grown from US$369 million in 2017 to US$431 million in 2018 and that said the tourism industry’s continued growth and success is as a result of the hard work and dedication of the tourism workers.“It is the professionalism and high-excellence service of workers that have contributed to Jamaica remaining top of mind and boasting an enviable 42 per cent repeat visitor rate,” he said.The Tourism Workers Pension Act 2019 seeks to establish a defined contribution pension scheme for hospitality industry workers and Charles told legislators that an increase in visitors equates to greater demand for more trained workers.“The data shows that as at January 2019 there were 120,500 workers in the sector, which represented nine per of the labour force,” he said, noting that employment in hotels and restaurants increased by four per cent from January 2017 to January 2019.“This was approximately an additional 5,000 jobs over the two-year period,” he said.
Johannesburg, South Africa | AFP | Gor Mahia could become the first Kenyan club to reach the CAF Champions League group phase after defeating Lobi Stars of Nigeria 3-1 on Sunday in a 2018/2019 round-of-30 first leg.It was a better-than-expected result for the Nairobi outfit after they struggled to overcome Nyasa Big Bullets of Malawi in the preliminary round, scraping through on penalties.The overall outcome could hinge on whether Gor can score an away goal in Nigeria this Saturday to cancel the one Lobi snatched in east Africa.Kenyan clubs have failed to reach the group stage since its introduction in 1997, but Gor came close last year by losing 1-0 overall to eventual champions Esperance of Tunisia.Rwandan Jacques Tuyisenge gave Gor a sixth-minute lead in Nairobi that Samuel Onyango increased midway through the first half.Samuel Kadiri pulled one goal back for Lobi only for Onyango to net again before half-time with the last goal of the match.Five former winners of the competition were in action and four won at home while the other drew away.V Club of the Democratic Republic of Congo, the 1973 champions, look set for the group stage after hammering minnows Bantu of Lesotho 4-1 in Kinshasa.Jean-Marc Makusu, runner-up in the CAF Confederation Golden Boot race last season with 11 goals, bagged a brace for the Congolese. Tunisians Club Africain, who were African champions 27 years ago, came from behind to defeat Al Hilal of Sudan 3-1 in the Tunis suburb of Rades.The hosts had the narrowest of leads until Oussema Darragi scored a potentially crucial third goal one minute into stoppage time.Ismaily, whose 1969 triumph was the first in the competition by an Egyptian club, won 2-0 at home to Coton Sport of Cameroon with Baher el Mohamadi and Karim Bambo scoring.Five-time African champions TP Mazembe of DR Congo managed only a 1-0 win over Zambian club Zesco United in Lubumbashi with an early Jackson Muleka goal separating the sides.Mamelodi Sundowns, who two years ago became the second South African winners of the Champions League, drew 0-0 away to Al Ahly Benghazi of Libya in Cairo.Benghazi were forced to move the fixture to the Egyptian capital because of militia violence in their country.AS Otoho of Congo Brazzaville, who shocked 2018 semi-finalists Primeiro Agosto of Angola in the preliminary round, were held 1-1 at home by FC Platinum of Zimbabwe.Mamane Cisse gave the hosts an 18th-minute lead in the northern town of Owando and Lameck Namho levelled three minutes after half-time.The 15 second legs are scheduled for this Saturday and Sunday while defending champions Esperance of Tunisia received a bye into the December 28 group draw.Share on: WhatsApp