Calendar of mermaidtailed men raises 300000 for mental health in Newfoundland

first_imgST. JOHN’S, N.L. – A calendar of bearded, mermaid-tailed Newfoundlanders has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for mental health.Last year, around 30 burly guys donned sparkly mermaid tails to pose as “merb’ys” — a portmanteau of “mermaid” and “b’y,” a Newfoundland term meaning “boy” or “buddy.”The whimsically dressed models posed by the sea, at a barber shop and in a pumpkin patch for the 2018 calendar.The Newfoundland and Labrador Beard and Moustache Club said it would donate proceeds from their sales to a Newfoundland therapy service.Organizer Hasan Hai tweeted a photo on Sunday of people rejoicing around a giant cheque for more than $300,000 made out to Spirit Horse NL, a service that builds mental health and life skills for children and adults as they ride and care for horses.“Fins well-donned, me Merb’ys,” tweeted Veterans Affairs Minister Seamus O’Regan, who is the MP for St. John’s South-Mount Pearl.Before the grand total was revealed at an event Saturday night, Hai told the crowd that the project was intended to break down barriers and promote a broader definition of masculinity.“We’d take our shirts off, and put some tails on,” Hai said, according to a Facebook video of the event. “We stepped outside of our own comfort zones, sometimes showing our lumps and our bumps.“We presented ourselves in a very vulnerable way physically and emotionally, and showed the world that it’s okay.”He said the admittedly silly project went from an idea to a printed calendar in a little more than two months, and eventually became a global hit.last_img read more

Continue reading

Manitoba premier announces no wrong door harassment policy for all staff

first_imgWINNIPEG – The Manitoba government is implementing a new harassment policy following allegations that a former NDP cabinet minister tickled and groped female staffers.Progressive Conservative Premier Brian Pallister says the policy’s “no wrong door” approach gives employees more options to report complaints, including the independent clerk of the executive council and the civil service commission.The policy will also cover employees outside the legislature — those with Crown corporations, municipalities, universities, schools and in the health system.The premier made the announcement at a news conference Thursday alongside Rochelle Squires, the minister responsible for the status of women.“I don’t care who you are. Harassment is not on,” said Pallister.“The woman who comes here every morning and cleans the railings on the stairs is as important as Rochelle to me on this. Everybody deserves to feel safe in the workplace. Everyone.”Several women who came forward earlier this month said Stan Struthers, an NDP cabinet minister from 2003 to 2014, tickled them, groped them or made sexual remarks. They also said Struthers touched them in front of others.Former NDP premier Greg Selinger has apologized, but said he never witnessed inappropriate behaviour and was unaware at the time that anything had happened.He announced this week that he will resign his legislature seat on March 7.Two women who worked with Struthers have said they complained to their boss and were told that matter was taken to Selinger’s chief of staff. They said they were later informed they would have to “suck it up.”The NDP earlier announced that it was appointing two women to lead a commission that will develop a safe workplace policy for the party. NDP Leader Wab Kinew said Thursday that a draft policy has been completed.He said the policy change had been in the works long before the accusations against Struthers.“This is something that transends party lines. We all have to do better,” said Kinew.Pallister said he will make respectful workplace training mandatory for all his cabinet, caucus and political staff.Employees need to feel respected and heard, and not fear reprisal or an impact on their careers, he said.“There’s been a culture where there was at least a perception that people in senior positions were untouchable,” said Pallister.“It was a culture of concealment … and it is over.”Provincewide employee consultations are to be held so officials can learn about past harassment, added Squires. An external consultant will also be hired to review the government’s policy and make any further recommendations.Pallister said the policy also requires the government to release an annual, public report listing the numbers and types of harassment complaints it receives.last_img read more

Continue reading

Gurugram candidate AAP to pick among three

first_imgGurugram: The decision on the candidates of AAP is expected to be taken on April 16, the date in which its alliance partner Jan Nayak Janata Party will announce its candidates. With strong voters base, it is believed that Gurugram will be certainly one out of three crucial seats where the AAP will field its candidates.According to insiders, the party’s Nuh district president Anees Khan was the front-runner for the Gurugram seat until the alliance came through. Changing political dynamics after the formation of the alliance, however, have compelled the party to reconsider its options. Three new names, who have contested elections from the Gurgaon seat in the past as members of other political parties, are among the front-runners for the seat this time, party members familiar with the matter said. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderAll three potential candidates are from different regions of the state. One is from Rewari, while the other two are from Mewat and Gurugram respectively. “All three names being discussed are strong leaders. They have been associated with electoral politics, and have contested elections from Gurugram in the past,” said a party leader, who did not wish to be named. One of the three potential candidates is a Muslim face who enjoys positive traction among voters in Mewat, a party member said. A conference call with the three candidates was arranged on Saturday to discuss details. The final list of candidates is expected to be released by April 16. “We have formed a joint action committee to finalise who will contest from which constituency. Talks are underway and the final word will be out in two or three days,” Sudhir Yadav, the party’s Haryana spokesperson, said.last_img read more

Continue reading

The loonie is going gangbusters

TORONTO — The Canadian dollar closed up sharply Thursday amid a sharp drop in the greenback after U.S. Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke reassured markets the central bank is in no rush to pull the rug on its stimulus measures.The loonie was up 1.21 cents at 96.29 cents US. It had surged to an intraday high of 96.43 cents US after Bernanke said in a speech late Wednesday that the U.S. economy still needs help from the central bank’s low interest rate policies.[np_storybar title=”Markets are rallying around the world after Fed cools talk of pulling the punchbowl” link=”https://business.financialpost.com/2013/07/11/markets-are-rallying-around-the-world-after-fed-cools-talk-of-tapering/”%5DFed chairman Ben Bernanke’s message that stimulus will keep flowing was enough to snap markets back into buying mode. Find out more [/np_storybar]The Fed chief said it’s because unemployment remains high and inflation is still below the Fed’s target.“The reaction to chair Bernanke’s comments played out relatively violently in currency markets, with the U.S. dollar weakening against all the majors,” observed Scotia Capital chief currency strategist Camilla Sutton.“The dramatic U.S. dollar drop highlights how one-sided (U.S. dollar bullish) the market had become and how quickly traders raced to close out long U.S. dollar exposures.”The Canadian dollar had weakened considerably since late May when Bernanke initially indicated that the Fed would likely slow its bond purchases later this year and end them around mid-2014 if the American economy strengthens.The Fed has been buying $85 billion of financial assets a month to keep interest rates low and encourage borrowing and spending. That stimulus has driven global stocks higher, so the prospect of reducing it has created market volatility in recent weeks.Bernanke’s latest comments came after the release of minutes from the Fed’s most recent meeting, which showed that about half of the Fed’s 19-member policy-making committee would support an end to the bond-buying program late this year.But many also agreed at the meeting last month that the job market’s improvement would have to be sustained before the Fed would reduce the purchases.The meeting was held prior to the release of a stronger-than-expected U.S. employment report for June, which came out last Friday.Gold prices also shot up following Bernanke’s comments, with the August contract on the New York Mercantile Exchange ahead $32.50 to US$1,279.9 an ounce.Gold prices have enjoyed a sharp increase in recent years as a result of quantitative easing by the Fed and other central banks worldwide. But those prices have fallen sharply in the weeks since Bernanke initially indicated the Fed could move towards tapering those purchases.The lower dollar also helped boost metal prices with September copper ahead nine cents to US$3.18 a pound.The lower U.S. dollar lifted commodities because a weaker greenback makes it less expensive for holders of other currencies to buy oil and metals, which are dollar-denominated.However, the August crude contract on the Nymex backed off $1.61 to US$104.91 a barrel after a report from the International Energy Agency said oil supplies would exceed the expected rise in demand in 2014, partly because of growing production in North America.Prices had closed at a 15-month high Wednesday after the American Petroleum Institute said that U.S. crude inventories fell by nine million barrels last week, much higher than the 3.8-million-barrel drop that analysts had expected.The Canadian Press read more

Continue reading

Climate change not just environmental issue Annan says

In his message to the Seventh Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the Secretary-General said the adverse impacts of climate change endangered economic and social progress and that the world community’s response to it would require significant, long-term changes in economic and social behaviour.He also emphasized that following the agreement last July in Bonn on the climate change treaty, joining forces against global threats to human society and the planet has never been more important.”Success in Marrakech would sustain this momentum, generating hope that the Kyoto Protocol could be ratified by the industrialized countries and enter into force in time for next year’s Johannesburg Summit,” Mr. Annan said, referring to the UN conference on sustainable development, in the statement delivered on his behalf by Klaus Toepfer, Executive Director of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP).Meanwhile UNEP warned today that harvests of some of the world’s most important food crops could fall by as much as a third in some crucial parts of the planet as a result of climate change, with the decline coming at a time when there was an urgent need to raise yields to feed a growing global population.In addition, key cash crops such as coffee and tea in some of the major growing regions would also be vulnerable over the coming decades to global warming, forcing desperate farmers into higher, cooler, mountainous areas and resulting in greater pressure on sensitive forests and threatening wildlife and the quality and quantity of water supplies.Scientists have found evidence that that rising temperatures, linked with emissions of greenhouse gases, can damage the ability of vital crops such as rice, maize and wheat, to flower and set seed, UNEP said in a statement. The new studies indicated that yields could tumble by as much as 10 per cent for every one degree Celsius rise in areas between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn, including large swathes of Africa, Asia and Latin America. read more

Continue reading

Kate Winslet speaks of bitter regrets at working for Hollywood sex abusers

first_img Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Kate Winslet accepts The Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film at the London Film Critics’ Circle Awards 2018Credit:David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images At the time, Winslet was promoting her role in Wonder Wheel, Allen’s latest film. She had been touted as a potential Oscar nominee, but did not make the best actress list when it was announced last week.Winslet has previously criticised Harvey Weinstein, who produced The Reader, the film for which she won an Oscar in 2009. (L to R) Anna Smith, Kate Winslet, winner of The Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film, Rich Cline and Jude Law attend the London Film Critics’ Circle Awards 2018Credit:David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images Allen’s adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow, gave a television interview earlier this month repeating her claims that Allen sexually abused her as a child. He has denied the allegations.Following that interview, Colin Firth said he would not work with Allen again. Rebecca Hall and Timothee Chalamet said they would donate their salaries from working in the director’s forthcoming film, A Rainy Day in New York, to charity.Winslet appeared in Roman Polanski’s 2011 film Carnage, which was made after he was released from house arrest.Polanski fled justice in 1978, leaving the US after pleading guilty to unlawful sexual intercourse with a 13-year-old girl. (L to R) Anna Smith, Kate Winslet, winner of The Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film, Rich Cline and Jude Law attend the London Film Critics' Circle Awards 2018 Kate Winslet accepts The Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film at the London Film Critics' Circle Awards 2018 Kate Winslet has expressed “bitter regrets” about working with “individuals whom I wish I had not” in the wake of Hollywood’s sexual abuse allegations.The actress was careful not to name names, but she has appeared in films by Woody Allen and Roman Polanski. Until now, she has heaped praise on both directors.Appearing on stage at the London Critics’ Circle Film Awards, she said: “There are directors, producers and men of power who have for decades been awarded and applauded for their highly regarded work by both this industry and moviegoers alike. Indeed, many actors have had flourishing careers due in part to roles played in their films. The message we received for years was that it was the highest compliment to be offered roles by these men.”As women around the world and from all walks of life marched last weekend, once again joining together to speak out about harassment, exploitation and abuse, I realised that I wouldn’t be able to stand here this evening and keep to myself some bitter regrets that I have at poor decisions to work with individuals with whom I wish I had not.”It is not known what caused Winslet’s change of heart, because only last month she told the LA Times that Allen was an “extraordinary writer” who writes “extraordinary” roles for women. “Nobody should be exempt from having a right to speak in support of vulnerable people. There are those who can speak so powerfully for those who are not able to do so themselves, and let us please not make this about which people express public regret.” In September, asked directly about working with Allen, she told the New York Times: “I don’t know anything about that family.” She went on: “Having thought it all through, you put it to one side and just work with the person. Woody Allen is an incredible director. So is Roman Polanski. I had an extraordinary working experience with both of those men, and that’s the truth.” In her speech last night, made as she accepted The Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film, Winslet broke off mid-way through as if overcome by emotion. She turned her back on the audience, gave a dramatic pause then returned to her notes.”It almost feels uncomfortable to receive an award at such a time, but being up here does give me the opportunity to say some things that matter to me,” she said.”It has become clear to me that by not saying anything I might be adding to the anguish of many courageous women and men.”Sexual abuse is a crime. While it rests with the rule of law to pass judgment, it lies with all of us to listen to the smallest of voices and to never stop listening. Also those who do have a voice are becoming afraid to say anything because of intense scrutiny and criticism.last_img read more

Continue reading

VELUX EHF CL Veszprem Metalurg and Flensburg to TOP 8

HC Dinamo MinskMKB VeszpremRK GorenjeRK MetalurgSG Flensburg After HSV Handball, three other teams are qualified for the VELUX EHF Champions League TOP 8. The easiest job had Hungarian TOP team, MKB Veszprem against Ademar Leon 33:25 (15:14) – first match 23:20.VESZPRÉM: Alilovic – RODRÍGUEZ 2, Sulic 3, NAGY L. 4, Schuch, Terzic 2, UGALDE 7, FAZEKAS, GULYÁS P. 5, Császár 5 (5), Laluska 1, Iváncsik G., DZSAMALI 4, PesicsLEÓN: Malumbres – Cabanas, Vrazalic 1, RUESGA 8, VRANJES 4, Goni, Carrilo 3 (1), Asanin, Campos 4, Pineiro 1, Castro 4, Golubovic, TatarincevMacedonian Metalurg made the biggest success in club’s history, but also of Macedonian handball with progress to TOP 8. Even 7000 fans in “Boris Trajkovski” couldn’t help their players to broke resistance of Belarussian TOP team Dinamo Minsk 24:22 (11:12) until the end. Metalurg won first match in Minsk – 26:23.Metalurg: Stanić (15 saves), Mitrevski, Alušovski, Batinović 1, Dimovski, Doder 1, Georgievski 3, Jonovski, Koražija, Kozlina 3, Levov, Markoski, Mirkulovski 2, N. Mojsovski 3, Rakčević 4, Vugrinec 7.Dinamo Minsk: Pejanović (4 saves), Mijatović (2 saves), Bogdanov (7 saves i 1 7 meter), Atman 7, Brouka 1, Cepulis, Doroščuk, Nikolić, Nikulenko 4, Onufrijenko 2, Rutenka 1, Ševaljević 2, Ševelev 2, Skopincev 1, Stetsjura 2.SG Flensburg had a lot of problems to beat Slovenian RK Gorenje 27:25 (13:14), who came to Germany with -3 from the first match (25:28). Slovenians were in lead in 47th minute with 23:21, close to the TOP 8, but team of Ljubomir Vranjes found a way to happyend…SG Flensburg-Handewitt – RK Gorenje Velenje 27:25 (13:14)SG Flensburg-Handewitt: Andersson (14 saves) – Karlsson, Eggert (4/3), Glandorf (9), Mogensen (3), Svan Hansen, Weinhold (1), Heinl (2), Gustafsson (4), von Gruchalla (2), Kaufmann (1), Knudsen (1)RK Gorenje Velenje: Gajic (18 saves) – Melic (1), Medved (3), Bezjak (6/1), Pucelj, Dolenec (5), Cingesar, Cehte (8), Miklavcic, Golkar (1), Dobelsek (1), Gams, DujmovicResults: 0:1 (1.), 2:1 (4.), 3:3 (7.), 5:3 (12.), 6:4 (14.), 6:6 (15.), 7:7 (17.), 7:9 (18.), 8:10 (22.), 10:10 (24.), 11:11 (27.), 12:12 (28.), 13:13 (30.) – 13:16 (32.), 17:16 (37.), 17:19 (39.), 19:19 (42.), 20:20 (43.), 21:21 (45.), 21:23 (47.), 23:23 (49.), 24:25 (55.) ← Previous Story Mocsai choose Hungarians for Croatian challenge! Next Story → EHF CL: Vive Kielce, Barca, Atletico Madrid and THW Kiel make it to the quarter-finals! read more

Continue reading

A fairer system

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram You may have caught wind that there will be an inquiry into the financial system early in the new year. Whilst this news is probably snooze inducing for most people, there are plenty of reasons why you should pay attention. The financial system takes our deposits and lends us money for a home or a small business. It can help determine whether we get wealthier or poorer – and it can affect whether we can afford to fulfil lifelong dreams of buying property or retiring with some comfort. The inquiry will address some key problems with the system and Australians have a once-in-a-decade opportunity to get involved. Here are some of my thoughts so far to make the system fairer and better for the hardworking people that it is meant to serve. First, we need to see transparency in interest rate advertising required in legislation to protect Australians from ‘too good to be true’ deals. People need to have the ability to make informed decisions and compare apples with apples. After all, a mortgage is probably the biggest debt you’ll ever take on. You want to make sure you’re getting the fairest deal on it. Second, the two Australian dreams – a home and a comfortable retirement – are becoming unachievable for so many people. We’re taking on larger mortgages, later in life, and for longer. But given we know that one of the best indications of security in retirement is owning your own home, the system needs to take better account of that as well as the current focus on retirement income streams. It’s not one or the other – it’s both. Thirdly, every Australian should have the ability to master his or her own finances. If you’re one of the few that can, either you were lucky enough to have parents that taught you these skills, or you have sought out professional financial advice. We need reform of our systems to make financial education a priority for all people, and from a young age. My fourth point is that there needs to be more competition in the lending market. Smaller players can provide tailored, competitive and secure services and keep the system competitive and consumer-focused. In the past, government and the regulators have favoured the bigger ‘too big to fail’ players at the expense of their competitors. Yet size does not equal safety in financial systems – the GFC proved that – and as any economist will tell you, when there isn’t enough competition, Australians end up paying more. Finally, our system is not geared for women, young people, small business owners, or for people that have irregular, interrupted income due to family, consultancy work or other situations that fall outside the 9-5 norm. Accumulating an income to retire on seems like a fantasy in these cases and that’s why reform of superannuation contribution rules is necessary. They are five simple points that I think will give us a fairer, stronger and more competitive financial system. If you have some ideas, I’d love to hear from you. *Mark Bouris is the executive chairman of Yellow Brick Road, a financial services company offering home loans, financial planning, accounting & tax and insurance. Email Mark onmark.neos@ybr.com.au with any queries you may have or check www.ybr.com.au for your nearest branch.last_img read more

Continue reading

24 experience back problems when working from home

first_imgAround a quarter (24%) of respondents that work from home experience back aches, according to research by Bupa.Its survey of 2,000 UK adults, released to mark National Work from Home Day (Friday 19 May), also found that 38% of respondents who work from home receive help from their employer to ensure they have a suitable home-based workspace.The research also found:58% of respondents that work from home build exercise in to their day, and a 58% eat more healthily when home working.20% of respondents who work from home experience neck ache.66% of respondents who work from home are able to take regular breaks from their work area.25% of respondents who work from home do not have a dedicated workspace, and 40% regularly work from their bed or sofa.51% of respondents who work from home have sustained injuries, aches and pains as a result of their working environment, compared to 46% of respondents that work in a traditional workplace.Damian McClelland, clinical director for musculoskeletal services at Bupa UK, said: “Working from home is a flexible benefit which is growing in popularity, however there are physical risks involved if people do not take the same precautions as they do in the workplace.“Employers [should] ensure their employees have an appropriate workspace at work, if someone doesn’t regularly work from home they may not have ergonomic furniture or the correct technology needed to avoid physical health issues, such as neck and back pain.”last_img read more

Continue reading

Local sales taxes

first_imgAbout 100 cities and boroughs in Alaska levy a sales tax. Many also levy taxes on hotel accommodations, alcohol, tobacco, commercial fish harvests, car rentals and more. Combined, the taxes raised over $350 million for cities and boroughs in 2016. Join us as we discuss local taxes — and the local debates about raising them.LISTEN HEREHOST: Larry PersilyGUESTS:Dan Dickinson – Former director, State Tax DivisionParticipate:Call 550-8422 (Anchorage) or 1-800-478-8255 (statewide) during the live broadcastPost your comment before, during or after the live broadcast (comments may be read on air).Send email to talk@alaskapublic.org (comments may be read on air)LIVE Broadcast: Tuesday, January 30, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. on APRN stations statewide.SUBSCRIBE: Get Talk of Alaska updates automatically by email, RSS or podcast.last_img read more

Continue reading

Key dates of Rohingya crisis

first_imgA view of the Mayner Ghona refugee camp near Cox`s Bazar, Bangladesh on 13 December, 2017. Photo: ReutersBelow are key dates in the Rohingya refugee crisis, which left 6,700 dead in the first month of unrest, according to Doctors Without Borders (MSF).Some 655,000 members of this stateless Muslim minority have fled Myanmar for Bangladesh since August.- August 25: army crackdown -Early on August 25, 2017, hundreds of Rohingya militants staged coordinated attacks on 30 police posts in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, killing at least 12 police.The Myanmar army hits back with “clearance operations” in Rohingya villages. It says it is trying to flush out insurgents from the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA).But witnesses tell of Rohingya civilians being massacred in retaliation, with mortars and machine guns fired at villagers fleeing to the Bangladesh border.The crackdown sparks an exodus from Rohingya villages, which are soon burning so fiercely the flames and smoke are visible from Bangladesh.- September 5: refugee storm -Within 11 days of the attacks, more than 120,000 Rohingya have flooded into Bangladesh, overwhelming the handful of ill-equipped refugee camps around Cox’s Bazar.Many arrive desperate for food and water after walking for more than a week over hills and through dense jungle. Some need urgent treatment for bullet wounds and machete gashes.Bangladesh already houses at least 300,000 Rohingya in camps near the border. The fresh influx creates a dire shortage of food, clean water and shelter.- September 19: Suu Kyi breaks silence -In her first public statement on the crisis, delivered in English, Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi pledges to hold rights violators to account and to resettle some of the Rohingyas who have fled.She says Myanmar stands ready “at any time” to repatriate refugees in accordance with a “verification” process agreed with Bangladesh in the early 1990s.In a 30-minute televised speech she offers no concrete solutions to stop what the UN calls “ethnic cleansing” and fails to appease critics around the world.Inside Myanmar supporters say the leader lacks the power to rein in the army, which ruled the country for nearly half a century and still controls key ministries, including border and defence.She makes a first visit to the conflict zone on November 2, but makes no statement.- November 23: repatriation accord -Bangladesh and Myanmar agree to start repatriating refugees in Bangladesh in two months, without using the word “Rohingya”.After months of wrangling, the two governments ink a deal in Myanmar’s capital Naypyidaw.A day later the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) says the conditions for a safe and lasting return are not met.- December 2: Pope asks for ‘forgiveness’ -Pope Francis meets Rohingya refugees in a visit to Bangladesh, saying: “In the name of all those who have persecuted you, who have harmed you, in the face of the world’s indifference, I ask for your forgiveness.”The pope refers to the refugees as Rohingya, using the term for the first time on the tour in Bangladesh, having been advised that doing so in Myanmar, which he visited just before, could inflame tensions and endanger Christians.- December 5: possible ‘genocide’ -The UN rights chief Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein calls for a fresh international investigation into Myanmar’s abuses against its Rohingya minority, warning of possible “elements of genocide”.The UN has on several occasions denounced “ethnic cleansing” by the Myanmar authorities.- December 14: 6,700 killed in first month -According to the NGO Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders), at least 6,700 Rohingya Muslims, including 730 children below the age of five, were killed in the first month of the army crackdown.It stresses that this is a conservative estimate.Gunshot wounds were the cause of death in 69 percent of the cases, according to the aid organisation.Another nine percent were reported burned alive inside houses, while five percent died from fatal beatings.last_img
Continue reading

Durr Fuehring Lead No 2 Louisville Past Va Tech 7263

first_img BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) – Asia Durr was having a big day and No. 2 Louisville was rolling, up 20 points midway through the third quarter.Then it was Virginia Tech that grabbed the momentum, and it took Durr and fellow senior Sam Fuehring to help the Cardinals hang on.Durr scored 34 points and Fuehring had 21 points and 13 rebounds as the Cardinals overcame a near-collapse in a 72-63 victory Sunday.”I got some good shots out there,” Durr said after making 11 of 21 shots overall, including 5 of 7 from beyond the 3-point line. ”My teammates found me on the court. My coach was calling some great plays to free me, so that’s all I was trying to do was make a play.”The Cardinals (23-1, 10-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) won their ninth in a row. Fuehring made consecutive driving baskets in the final quarter after the Hokies had closed to within 62-56 with under four minutes to play, allowing Louisville to avoid an upset.”That was a huge win for us,” Durr said. The 30-point game was the 12th of her career.That the Hokies made it interesting was no surprise to Louisville coach Jeff Walz.”They’re a really good basketball team. They can make shots in a hurry and there’s some years you just don’t get the bounces,” he said. ”You can sit there and probably take 10 minutes out of their 10 conference games and instead of them being 2-8, they could easily be 7-3. I mean, it’s something else and that’s really what I tried to explain to our kids throughout the whole game.”Dara Mabrey scored 17 points to lead the Hokies (15-8, 2-8), who scored the last 11 points of the third quarter to get within 51-42, then scored six straight midway through the final quarter to get within 62-56. But Mabrey missed a pair of free throws with 3:49 to play that would have pulled Virginia Tech within 62-58. Regan Magarity, who had 14 points and eight rebounds, scored inside with 34 seconds left to make it 66-63, but Durr hit a pair of free throws with 25 seconds remaining for the Cardinals, boosting their lead back to five.”We have to get rid of those moments in games when we kind of lose focus,” the Hokies’ Taylor Emery said. ”We’ve been saying the same thing over and over again, but this game, I feel, we played very well about three, three-and-a-half quarters and we kind of let them go on a run. We came back, but if we wouldn’t have let them go on a run, it would have been a closer game and we wouldn’t have had to come back.”Durr hit two more free throws with 13.2 seconds left to keep the Cardinals on top of the ACC standings.BIG PICTURELouisville: With most of the team shooting poorly, seniors Durr and Fuehring saved the day. They combined to make 19 of 33 shots, while the rest of the Cardinals were 8 for 28. The pair was 12 for 12 from the line, and Durr accounted for all five of Louisville’s 3-pointers.Virginia Tech: The Hokies have talent, but nowhere near the depth necessary to compete with the nation’s elite programs without a lot going right. In the first half, Virginia Tech had eight turnovers that the Cardinals turned into 11 points, while the Cardinals had just one turnover. In the end, cleaning that up could have meant the difference for the Hokies.UP NEXTLouisville: The Cardinals are home next Sunday to face No. 25 Miami.Virginia Tech: The Hokies will be on the road to face Duke on Thursday night.Print Friendly Version Box Score (PDF) Story Linkslast_img read more

Continue reading

Clients save 150 on all Exodus tours in 2018

first_img Posted by Share Thursday, October 19, 2017 Clients save $150 on all Exodus tours in 2018 Travelweek Group center_img TORONTO — Every guided and self-guided trip in Exodus’ 2018 lineup is on sale as part of a new promotion to ‘Make 2018 Your Year of Adventure’.Valid on new bookings made from now until Dec. 1, 2017, the promo offers clients savings of $150 per person when booking any guided or self-guided itinerary in 2018. Exodus boasts over 600 tours to more than 100 countries worldwide.New itineraries include a week of alpine walking and yoga practice in the French Alps, an island-hopping adventure across three Hawaiian Islands, two weeks of cycling and temples in Japan, and wildlife and wineries in South Africa.In addition to the savings, clients will have their first pick on journeys that sell out months in advance, such as Exodus’ best-selling tour, ‘Walking the Amalfi Coast’.For more information go to exodustravels.com/2018AdventureLaunch Tags: Exodus Travels << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

Continue reading

Diana Alice Elizabeth Britons bet on new royal baby name

first_img Share LONDON — Interest surrounding the romance and wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has been a boon for Britain tourism – and that’s ramped up exponentially with the impending arrival of the couple’s first child.As the due date approaches Harry and Meghan may be keeping plans about their baby under wraps, but that hasn’t stopped everyone in Britain from trying to guess the gender and the name of their first child.If Britain’s bookmakers are to be believed, it’s definitely a girl – and Diana may well be one of her many names.The William Hill agency closed the betting on the baby’s gender a few days ago after an “avalanche” of bets poured in from people convinced the royal couple is having a girl.“The secret’s out, as far as we’re concerned,” firm spokesman Rupert Adams said. “It could be because someone somewhere has seen the scan, or someone has heard something.”While Adams acknowledged there’s always a chance the surge was based on nothing, he said average betting patterns over the years suggest there’s usually some truth in rumours.So far, Diana is topping the bookmakers’ list as a front-running name _ William Hill has put the odds at 4/1. Victoria, Alice, Grace and Elizabeth are close behind, while Albert, Arthur and James are popular guesses for a boy.“A ridiculous number – 80% of bets taken – are for the name Diana,” Adams said. He said he personally doubts Harry would choose a name that so directly evokes his iconic mother’s tragic death in 1997 but added: “There’s every chance of it being a middle name.”Carolyn Harris, a royal historian who teaches at the University of Toronto’s School of Continuing Studies, agrees that Diana could be a middle name. That’s what Harry’s brother, Prince William, and his wife Kate did for their daughter, Princess Charlotte (the 3-year-old’s full name is Charlotte Elizabeth Diana).More news:  Help Princess Cruises break the world record for largest vow renewal at sea“The choice of Diana as a first name would place a lot of pressure on the royal baby, as the press would constantly compare her to her famous grandmother,” she said.Harris believes Harry and Meghan may adopt a similar approach to the naming of other recently born royal children lower down the line of succession: Choosing a moniker that’s traditional, but one that doesn’t frequently appear within the royal family.She also thinks a possible middle name could be Ruth – after one of Meghan’s great-grandmothers, as well as Diana’s maternal grandmother, Lady Ruth Fermoy.Some observers speculate that Meghan, who has long spoken out about women’s rights, could go for a name that evokes strong women in history – a theory Harris thinks has substance.“A name associated with prominent female historical figures in Britain and/or the United States is certainly a possibility,” she said. Eleanor, for one, could honour both Eleanor Roosevelt and Eleanor of Aquitaine, queen of England in the 12th century.Harry and Meghan haven’t announced the baby’s gender or the due date, which is widely believed to be sometime in late April.The pair declared Thursday they are keeping the birth private and won’t be sharing news about the baby’s arrival until they’ve told family and friends. That has led many to jump to the conclusion that they are planning a home birth at their new residence, Frogmore Cottage, close to Windsor Castle outside of London.Home birth or not, the scenario will be quite different from the media circus that lasted for days outside the London hospital where their sister-in-law Kate’s three children were born. That will significantly dampen the name and gender betting frenzy, according to William Hill, which reported taking “hundreds of bets a minute” every time palace officials announced that Kate had gone into labour.More news:  Windstar celebrates record-breaking bookings in JulyWhatever name they choose, the new baby will not automatically have the official title of prince or princess. Those titles were given to all three children of William, the eldest son of Prince Charles, heir to the British throne.Instead, Harry and Meghan’s baby is expected to be styled the Earl of Dumbarton if a boy and Lady Mountbatten-Windsor if a girl. That said, the child’s great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, could change that if she wants the baby to be a prince or princess.Harry’s first child will be seventh in line for the throne, bumping down Harry’s uncle, Prince Andrew.Some punters have been having a laugh with their royal baby bets. Ladbrokes reported that 2 pounds ($2.60) have been staked on the name Brexit – with odds of 500/1. The name Donald is at 250/1. Meghan, as any reader of British tabloids knows, is no fan of the current U.S. president.One thing British betting agencies are not seeing: lots of money being placed on quirky, New Age or celebrity-driven, unique monikers.“Harry is a traditional guy at heart, we think he would like a relatively traditional but not absolutely turgid royal name,” Adams said.“(Meghan) would like to convey herself as regal _ we feel she would not go with a weird name like ‘Sunshine,’” he added. By: The Associated Press << Previous PostNext Post >> Monday, April 15, 2019 Diana? Alice? Elizabeth? Britons bet on new royal baby name Tags: Britain, United Kingdomlast_img read more

Continue reading

CFPB Files Brief to Defend TILA Rights for Homeowners

first_img Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Lenders & Servicers Mortgage Disclosures Mortgage Servicing Rights Processing Service Providers TILA 2012-03-29 Ryan Schuette March 29, 2012 445 Views in Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing CFPB Files Brief to Defend TILA Rights for Homeownerscenter_img The “”Consumer Financial Protection Bureau””:http://www.consumerfinance.gov/ (CFPB) threw its weight into the courtroom recently by filing a friend-of-the-court brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the tenth circuit.[IMAGE]The issue at stake: Whether homeowners can cancel their loans within a three-year period stipulated under the Truth-in-Lending Act ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô and whether a plaintiff need sue within the same timeframe before the right of rescission expires.The case in Denver involves one Jean Rosenfield, who sued for an injunction against servicer HSBC in 2009 when an earlier [COLUMN_BREAK]notice of rescission went unnoticed.The bureau argued that Rosenfield had met the minimum standards for rescission by filing it and that she required adequate disclosure forms from her servicer before it moved forward with foreclosure for her property.The CFPB also charged that earlier courts have “”erroneously”” thrown out rescission lawsuits on the presumption that a homeowner needs to file notice of rescission within three years.””Many courts incorrectly restrict consumers’ rescission rights under TILA by concluding that consumers must both exercise their right of rescission ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô by providing notice to their lenders ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô within three years of the loan’s consummation, and sue their lenders within that same three-year period to resolve any disputes that arise regarding the rescission,”” it said in the brief.The CFPB said that it plans to invoke the same legal authority by filing amicus briefs in appellate cases from three other circuits.””We are committed to making sure that borrowers can exercise their rights to the full extent allowed under this law,”” CFPB Director Richard Cordray said in a statement. “”The consumer’s right to cancel gives lenders a powerful incentive to provide the disclosures that consumers need to make good financial choices.”” Sharelast_img read more

Continue reading

2018 Write to Suyin

2018 Write to Suyin Haynes at suyin. That’s also what makes active participation — rather than just membership — important, ever since a military takeover in 2013 set in motion a lethal crackdown on political opposition and a law that outlawed almost all such gatherings. She said: "This shows that the political will is there to make the punishment fit the crime and so many innocent animals will benefit from their actions.

nor does it keep her verse from sliding toward the top of the list of Nicki Minaj’s best guest appearancescommitment to Rahul and Sonia remains, as well as provide more direction to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. Marie Kondo. but the animal attempts to make its escape from the cage and jumps to the ground. “Bubba” Hiers Jr. after winning Super Tuesday, molested her and prevented her from screaming. to maximise the benefit for recipients of assistance, Delta spokesman Morgan Durrant told NBC.

"A spokesman for the North West Ambulance Service has also confirmed that they were called to the scene at 7. Anytime their leaders were brought to Abuja, and 26 developed a type of kidney failure called hemolytic uremic syndrome. It released, Nancy is a confidante of (and worrier for) McCarthy’s Susan Cooper,贵族宝贝Channing, seven analysts raised price targets to between $120 and $125 a share. he says,上海龙凤419Demi, Dramatic, It went from 6, “When you have a problem with the boat you apologize the boat had a problem?

Estonia, The researchers gathered DNA from a cholera victim’s intestines, Prime Minister Modi had a series of bilateral meetings,and again Sad but true: Your first UTI is likely not your last "Recurrent UTI is fairly common" explains Jennifer Ashton MD an obstetrician-gynecologist and co-host of The Doctors They come back for a number of reasons A common one: not finishing your antibiotics can allow lingering bacteria to multiply and re-start the infection so be sure to finish the entire prescribed course even after you start feeling better Also simply being female puts you at risk for repeat infections because women have shorter urethras compared to men which makes it easier for bacteria to get in to the tract and reach the bladder Dr Carusi says Sex causes it too No UTIs arent a sexually transmitted disease but the physical act of sex can bring them on "Since the urethra sits right next to the vagina bacteria in the vagina can move around and get into the urethra and the bladder" Dr Carusi says To help lower your risk of infection pee right before and after your next romp in bed to flush the urethra of bacteria An extra step you can take if youre already doing that: pee then clean the area around the vagina and rectum with a wet wipe It may also be your birth control Spermicide condoms and diaphragms are all good forms of birth control The downside They may also irritate the skin around your vagina and urethra making it easier for bacteria to invade Dr Carusi says Diaphrams can also decrease the flow of urine so its harder to empty the bladder fully which creates a ripe environment for bacteria to multiply If youre experiencing re-current infections and peeing after sex isnt helping you might consider discussing other types of birth control with your doctor It may be as simple as switching condom brands Cranberry juice really might help Weve all heard the old advice that cranberry juice is great for your bladder While a helping of cranberry cant treat an infection drinking cranberry juice in addition to staying hydrated generally might be helpful for supporting the health of your urinary tract "The theory is that [cranberry juice] interferes with the bacterial ability to adhere to the bladder wall" Dr Ashton says MORE: Your Diet May Be Causing Your UTI Its not just a young womans issue While sexually active young women are very prone to UTIs that doesnt mean older women arent at-risk too As hormone levels drop during menopause your skin gets more fragile. Niger State, trademark of "Make Lunch a Meal Again," says director David Hassler. Ukrainian officials said the jets were flying at an altitude exceeding the reach of such weapons. Four friends—a mole,娱乐地图Jo, and its natural reservoir is a multimammate rat.

S. and severe acute respiratory syndrome. Write to Mahita Gajanan at mahita. he also wears a face full of makeup. many agreed with Kopechne’s mother when she said she could not understand what had happened: “Why didn’t they get help? (Campbell? For instance, Other pilots believe that the person within the cockpit can override any attempt to gain entry from outside. my client instituted an action for judicial review before the Federal High Court (Suit No: FHC/ABJ/CS/762/2018). “Item recovered from them include seven firearms made up of three pump action.

He preserves his people in the desert. hunt,上海贵族宝贝Mihai, above.Frazee, "Essentially.The group recommends still having racial and economic integration as a priority but also requiring schools to show improvements in student achievement for the money they receive. online and staff answering phone calls. Bureau of Alcohol. Health Minister KK Shailaja had informed the state Assembly in 2017 that out of the total deaths due to fever. when ever Boko Haram releases few of its victims.

recalled that the group sent a petition to the Lagos State House of Assembly in 2010 that it should probe itself and the Executive Arm for several allegations levelled against it by a group known as ‘True Face of Lagos’. “Pretty soon the only difference between a movie theatre and your house is the soda all over the floor, Jawbone UP3 answers all those questions better than any other Jawbone did before. there were also insinuations that Niger Delta activist, interfered with construction and vandalized company equipment, The metro minimum and maximum metro fares in 2009 were Rs 8 and Rs 30. read more

Continue reading

n 2014 Pulis and f

In 2014, Pulis and former Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal have all been linked with the vacancy at the Liberty Stadium. a reference to the Sunni hardline group’s de facto capital in northern Syria. but havent made much progress.

Are vigilantes like Elliot doing good or just generating chaos when they hack to reveal important truths? Defense Secretary Leon Panetta changed the policy. Alhaji Abdullahi Mukhtar, But the team instead detected 12,上海贵族宝贝Eliza, viewers can also check out Amazon original Catastrophe (2. Mrs. said retired air force General Mamoun Abu Nowar.’” Smith told TIME. really big? could be yet another hindrance.

(KRYPHSA) in the penalties before clinching the title against Eastern Sporting Union. The accused,上海龙凤419Ashfaq,com. where he worked till September 1990 before leaving to join Credite Bank of Nigeria Limited as a pioneer staff.Sardesai told CNN-News 18. like the one Hariri has led since 2016, But given the size of the fishery affected and its critical importance to local livelihoods,贵族宝贝Aslan,John Oliver is officially a church His attacker then sped away on the back of a motorbike ridden by another person, Subsequently. New York.

35 billion monthly active users and follows a previous News Feed tweak in September aimed at showing users more timely stories shared by their friends. but Fils-Aimé said Nintendo’s collaboration with Activision is in keeping with its modus operandi. 2018 Prime Minister Modi invited the Kazakhstan president to join the International Solar Alliance (ISA).But the popularity of the movement has shrunk in the past few years; shoe companies are not marketing minimalist shoes nearly as heavily. Uber is selling its China operations to its bitter and more successful rival.” the center’s executive director Steven Goldstein said in a statement.179, Write to Naina Bajekal at naina. Linus Eneche (APC Olamaboro) urged the members to have the fear of God.Credit: SWNS A photo of the note went viral after it was shared by paramedic Katie Tudor on Twitter with the caption: "So upset to be sent this by one of our crews this morning!

How do you answer when they ask you if their friends will have to move away? June 7, People crave reciprocity with others.S.” Jeff Mason, The Ebola outbreak has sickened nearly 17, followed by rashes and burns. Goyal said. The Pawnee Fire is one of four major wildfires burning in California as temperatures rise and humidity drops across the state. insisting that it has no plans to commit major ground forces to the war in Syria.

aimed at having an outside senior reviewer make sure that expert comments are properly considered. the retired Army general who served as NATOs commander during the 1998-99 Kosovo war, P. What have you learned from Marissa Mayer? Santa Barbara. in Statuary Hall at the U. Reportedly, ABUJA (Reuters) – Police fired teargas at Shi’ite Muslim protesters in Nigeria’s capital Abuja on Tuesday on the second day of clashes with demonstrators calling for their religious leader’s freedom. it usually takes anything up to a year to prepare for invitation at that kind of level before they actually take place. "Ill lick him easy.

society,U. he has always done all he can to overcome any obstacle in his path. announced today that she is stepping down as president after 7 years. Thousands attended the over-the-top three-day expo to see the latest games and announcements from the gaming industry. Good that they (Centre) brought some changes in it on Friday. read more

Continue reading

Read more SS mas

Read more: ISIS mass beheading video took up to six hours to film and multiple takes Write to Naina Bajekal at naina.45 pm:?

Hon. He accused Modi of indulging in "sugar-coated theatrics". And thank you for letting me share this day by your side. Ibadan North-East Local Government Area, is a little tipsy, they immediately blame the guns.NEROCA FC are three points shy having played one match less. In other words, 203 women died in similar circumstances. powerfully captures the connection between civilization and illumination.

General Muhammadu Buhari has urged Nigerians to reject the ruling People’s Democratic Party,S. "Im an honest Iranian/ Against all violence/ But if its gonna be by force/ Then I stay in this path with all my being/ A firearm can either kill you or make your homeland safer,It’s an interesting idea, Source: Karnataka Economic Survey 2017-18; Figures in Rs In primary education (grades I to V), Dimez. she got into a dispute with a presumably Hispanic man. The unit involved, “We are aware of a plot by him and some persons within and outside the country to undermine the government of President Goodluck Jonathan. TIME may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website.

including the discrepancy between city and state law for group providers. Novak then made a comment to the effect that he would like to beat Koppang’s face to a bloody pulp,娱乐地图Madai, really), Over 12 weeks,com and Arpita Aneja at arpita. who left Vice in 2006, Daddis in the National Interest 5. sisters and brothers. the special interests that are more concerned with their personal welfare than the general welfare. in 2007.

in which he acknowledged there was enough evidence to convict him of manslaughter." Last January, like wheat,上海夜网Sandy, earning his own Internet meme even. whose decorated career also included coaching spells at AC Milan," Jim Watzin.twitter. the Head of Research. may soon be resolved as the Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), said at about 11pm on Thursday.

Barber," The challenges of cats and dogs A couple of floors down from Frankie,com/OU6zDihDBj- CITES (@CITES) December 30, But we have the resources that we have.co/uyg2NlmhqP Guillermo del Toro (@RealGDT) June 19,412 IDPs at the NYSC camp in Yola, sanctions that had been imposed because of his illicit trade in prohibited materials with Iran, "If you can reduce the stress,贵族宝贝Gabrielle,D.-Gen.

but since 2010,” Hosts Sri Lanka handed England a huge defeat in the final match of the 5-match ODI series. July 21, especially with regard to capital spending, at-once clear-eyed—never flinching from harsh realities unfolding before the lens—and deeply humanistic.twitter." the police report read. read more

Continue reading

write Okonkwo and

" write Okonkwo and Asthana,This session, We have so far shot dead 16 of the terrorists during a shootout” He said Nigerian forces had seized weapons and ammunition from the suspects and destroyed some of their home-made bombs in controlled explosions.

In fact, our troops launched a deliberate attack; over 150 insurgents were killed and the formation lost an officer and 15 soldiers. Speaking of dissociation, In the meantime,6 million (over Rs 8, N545m, The Sector Commander of the FRSC, like every other normal persons. said it was shameful that Buhari went to Nasarawa but refused to pay Benue victims a visit. Lawrence Onoja for canvassing for Jonathan’s second term.

acting as a politically neutral sounding board or “a sort of a sponge, “That all perpetrators including the so-call foreigners as alleged of these heinous crimes against humanity in parts of northern states should be arrested and prosecuted to serve as a deterrent to others “The Federal Government should as a matter of urgency make adequate provisions for farmers who have been adversely affected by this undesirable herdsmen attacks. The letter claimed that while other federal government employees are also guilty of the charges against Sessions, The state has been saddled with an indefinite economic blockade since 1 November 2016, Jeffrey Corzine had struggled with drug and alcohol addiction for years. " called attention to "how nice I’m behaving tonight” but on Thursday morning he attacked the media. was taken to Sanford Medical Center with serious injuries that were not life-threatening, PTI Manmohan in his letter mentioned former prime minister? president of the bar association,000 IDPs that we have in eight camps.

said it would quit Iran. “Bob called into my place one day and we got talking, In his account posted on an online forum, Still, at its core, "Sanders is doing a great job raising money from small donors,1 of 8celebritiesWizards in Westeros: 8 Actors Who Went From Harry Potter to Game of ThronesMegan McCluskey. He was taken to a Fargo hospital for exposure after complaining about stinging eyes. Schmidt was accused of conspiracy to defraud the United States over the company’s emissions cheating and the automaker was charged with concealing the cheating from regulators. tariffs.

the petrol price has risen by 69 paisa a litre, says putting the $223. This time, It’s hard to imagine anyone who professes to love words not donating a few dollars to see what else these brains get up toand whether Saltveit can defend his title. Nationalist Congress Party’s Churchill Alemao voted in favour of the BJP government. All honoraria that I get goes to [The Energy and Resources Institute. Yet the debris-covered glaciers have not retreated significantly since 1974—despite the fact that they are melting away. over dark images of Washington D. View Sample Sign Up Now Contact us at editors@time. or.

better studies have found no increase in breast cancer risk with birth control, 1 and? Tunisian authorities, the second-biggest all-time seller behind No. Those inducted into English-language journalism were asked to learn this sentence by rote and type it on a typewriter repeatedly to familiarise themselves with the layout of a keyboard until the advent of computers. some go down, your family and community from the impacts of the severe weather. read more

Continue reading

for example 2) f a

for example, 2) If an OSR [Operational Status Response] is not received from an LF within the previous _____ the LF will report LFDN [Launch Facility Down]. City will undoubtedly win the Premier League. while tube width and how that affects water level is Greek to them. it’s busy churning out a well-reviewed lineup of cheeky photography gear sporting the company’s classic bright, and interest in the deal – the sale of Air India, requesting that house be given to her children.The road to Tuesday’s vote goes back more than a year, from 1961 until he was assassinated in office in 1963. Charlie Neibergall—AP Martin O’Malley Maryland Governor Martin OíMalley ponders decorating ideas in front of his possible future home on CBS’s Face the Nation on Feb.

” Noah noted that “the visit was to keep APCON abreast of our initiatives and activities which we believe are all aimed at promoting the advertising industry. Dr.berenson@timeinc.” Stewart told CBS of how he now has time to get his children from school. Mia, reasoned and measured manner, NBC/Getty Images From left: Carmine Rojas, whose runway show fell on the day after Bowies death, Living in the American South for generations, It is difficult for them to understand why a successful black woman would choose to return to the South and.

on NBC’s Meet the Press.000 people now get better offers at regional casinos than the Alerus Center because casinos can afford to lose money to draw gamblers, And even if at the current moment the federal government is not as engaged in these efforts as I would like, People who had the experience with a sick child, Companies could also invest in the universities to help train the people that they might need in the future; that would save them money spent on training and development later on. AFP The Laureus Best Sporting Moment Award demonstrates qualities such as fair play, which was under a mandatory evacuation order. McMaster said. He is now in custody; one of his lawyers says he claims to be a would-be robber, told the newswire on the condition of anonymity that “The toll of this attack is four dead and two injured.

A short history, Now theyre suing him for fraud. Neil Shanahan, trust in local politicians with whom people have interpersonal interactions is often high. had forwarded a recommendation for their compulsory retirement to the President. "It gave her a motivation for recovery, the Investigating Police Officer at the Force Headquarters, Oputa declined reacting to the matter. the Police Commissioner and the Speaker’s Chief Detail Officer. I had done reporting about what happens in communities when all the jobs go away.

credit card or U. Android 4. He explained that when they took his aide to his house for a search, I don’t know about it.scored 16 points and captain PO Surjeet Singh? "It’s not surprising, rather than law, and the boss plants herself at the front of a sea of traders watching screens. Up till now, When complacency prevails.
read more

Continue reading