The Daily Populous

Wednesday December 16th, 2020 day edition

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He had corralled Bono, Sting, Kool and the Gang, and all of Bananarama, among others, but Boy George was nowhere to be found.

would prove to be a monster hit, it would also stand as an example of the lesson that no good deed ever goes unpunished.

He phoned his girlfriend, Paula Yates, who was then co-hosting a show with musician Midge Ure.

Instead, they took umbrage at the fact the song appeared to be pandering, portraying African residents as oblivious to Christmas.

Any day soon, I will go to the supermarket, head to the meat counter, and it will be playing.

While Ure has said it’s unlikely the song will be re-released again, it may not necessarily be the end of the story.

In 2017, director James Ward Byrkit was reportedly mulling a feature film titled Do They Know It’s Murder? »

MacKenzie Scott, ex-wife of Amazon's Jeff Bezos, gave away more than $4 billion over the last 4 months to help those affected economically by the pandemic

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The news comes as she continues her quest to give away much of her wealth since her $38 billion divorce settlement with Bezos.

In a new Medium post, Scott, who has a net worth topping $60 billion, announced the nearly $4.2 billion in donations to organizations ranging from food banks to emergency relief funds.

The news comes after announcing back in July that she'd already given $1.7 billion to 114 organizations over the past year. »

New Zealand says its strict Covid lockdown is paying off as economy rebounds

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Unemployment will now peak at 6.9% at the end of next year rather than the 7.8% predicted in September.

“The government’s decision to act quickly in response to the global Covid-19 pandemic has contributed to a better than expected economic recovery,” Robertson said.

Also read: Jacinda Ardern returns to power in landslide victory as New Zealand rewards Covid success. »