Costa Almería News - - Loose Woman -

Ag­ing rocker Mick Jag­ger is dat­ing again – and it will come as lit­tle sur­prise that his lat­est in a long line of ladies is con­sid­er­ably younger than him.

But he has cer­tainly sur­passed him­self as he is re­port­edly ro­manc­ing Noor Al­fal­lah, who aged 22 is 52 years his ju­nior!

His pre­vi­ous li­ai­son was with 31-year-old Me­lanie Ham­rick, who is the mother of his eighth child – a 10month-old son called Dev­er­aux.

He has only been mar­ried once, to Bianca Jag­ger in the 70’s then had a 21year re­la­tion­ship with Texan model Jerry Hall, which de­spite go­ing through a Hindu cer­e­mony on the In­done­sian is­land of Bali in 1990, it was found not to be legally bind­ing.

This Rolling Stone is cer­tainly not let­ting the moss grow un­der his feet! The first ever fe­male Dr Who was re­vealed back in the sum­mer – with Broad­church star Jodie Whit­taker be­com­ing the 13th Doc­tor, re­plac­ing Peter Ca­paldi as the es­teemed Time Lord trav­el­ing in the TARDIS.

Now the Doc­tor’s com­pan­ions have been an­nounced, with ac­tor and pop­u­lar quiz show pre­sen­ter Bradley Walsh play­ing a char­ac­ter called Graham.

Bradley has had a num­ber of act­ing roles over the years in­clud­ing Corona­tion Street and Law & Or­der:UK.

Along­side him will be Doc­tors and Ca­su­alty ac­tress Mandip Gill play­ing Yas­min and Tosin Cole as Ryan – who has ap­peared in Star Wars and Eas­tEn­ders. This eleventh se­ries will con­tain 10 episodes, each last­ing 50 min­utes and is sched­uled to pre­mier in au­tumn 2018. In the bi­ble, Je­sus turned wa­ter into wine – but now, thanks to a new gen­er­a­tion of wa­ter fil­ter jugs, you can do it the other way round, turn­ing wine into wa­ter!

While it is highly un­likely that many would do that, it high­lights how ef­fec­tive they can be at strip­ping away tox­ins, chlo­rine, met­als and other im­pu­ri­ties.

De­spite wa­ter cov­er­ing more than two-thirds of the Earth’s sur­face, only around one per cent is drink­able.

Around 97 per cent is too salty to drink and the re­main­ing two per cent forms glaciers and ice caps.

Glob­ally at least 2 bil­lion peo­ple use drink­ing wa­ter which is con­tam­i­nated and in places such as Africa, where there are se­ri­ous health risks from its con­sump­tion this could be a real rev­e­la­tion.

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