These $8 'aqua shoes' are a 'travel must-have' for adventurous Aussies
A woman has shown off her affordable Aqua Socks from Kmart that she says were an essential travel item on her recent trip to French Polynesia. Rashida, from Sydney, purchased the slip on shoes for only $8 and says she could not have snorkelled or walked on beaches without them. She says the socks were an absolute bargain because they worked just as well as other aqua shoes from surf shops that cost up to $70.
Watford have suspended two season ticket holders while police investigate alleged homophobic chanting at their game against Southampton.
The incident is said to have occurred during the Hornets' 1-0 Premier League defeat at Vicarage Road on October 30. © PA
Sky Sports News understands that the two fans will be banned until Hertfordshire Constabulary conclude their investigation.
On November 1, Watford said they had spoken with the supporter who reported the allegation in a bid to find the individuals responsible.
The club said at the time: "We reiterate our zero-tolerance approach to discrimination and how to report it."
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This Turkish chef will NEVER sell kebabs at his Melbourne restaurant .
Coskun Uysal, owner of Tulum Restaurant in Melbourne, moved to Victoria from Turkey five years ago and wanted to share how his culture's cuisine expands further than kebabs and dips.Coskun Uysal, owner of Tulum Restaurant in Balaclava, moved to Victoria from Istanbul five years ago and wanted to share how his culture's cuisine expands further than the popular meat dish.