Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Facebook “Unspeakable is a powerful, character-driven drama that will shine a light on a dark chapter in our recent history through Robert’s passionate and deeply personal storytelling,” said Sally Catto, general manager, programming, CBC. “We look forward to partnering with SundanceTV and AMC Studios to bring this remarkable original Canadian story to audiences at home and around the world.”“SundanceTV has a reputation for bringing our viewers the best programming from around the world, and the ability to do that with a creative partner like Rob, who has done such remarkable work with our sister network BBC America, is something truly special,” said Jan Diedrichsen, General Manager, SundanceTV and Sundance Now. “This drama, while set in Canada, really is the kind of story that will resonate around the world and, while it took place 30 years ago, is very current in its themes and ability to capture audiences today.”A CBC and SundanceTV original series, “Unspeakable” is produced by Mezo Entertainment, with Cooper and Meridian Artists’ Glenn Cockburn serving as executive producers. Cooper is currently showrunning season two of “Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency” for BBC America, Netflix and AMC Studios. CBC and SundanceTV have greenlit a new eight-part drama miniseries UNSPEAKABLE, focused on the tainted blood SCANDAL in Canada in the early 1980s. Created by Robert C. Cooper (“Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency,” “Stargate SG-1,” “Stargate: Atlantis”), who will also serve as showrunner and executive producer, the project is produced by Cooper’s Mezo Entertainment and will be filmed in Canada in early 2018 for broadcast on CBC in Canada and SundanceTV in the U.S., with AMC Studios managing worldwide distribution outside of Canada.Based on first-person experience and two non-fiction books, BAD BLOOD by Vic Parsons and The Gift of Death by Andre Picard, “Unspeakable” chronicles the emergence of HIV and Hepatitis C in Canada in the early 1980s and the tragedy that resulted after thousands of people were unnecessarily infected by tainted blood. One of the largest medical disasters in Canadian history, the blood SCANDAL triggered a federal inquiry and precedent-setting lawsuit resulting in BILLIONS of dollars of compensation to victims. The series is a passion project for Cooper, who himself was a victim, having contracted Hepatitis C from tainted blood.“I am thrilled and, frankly, somewhat daunted by the opportunity to tell this story that has deeply affected so many people,” said Cooper. “CBC is the perfect place for this project and I am grateful to Sally Catto and everyone at the broadcaster for their support. I am also extremely excited to have SundanceTV and AMC Studios on board and thankful to Jan Diedrichsen of SundanceTV and Rick Olshansky and Stefan Reinhardt of AMC Studios for their enthusiasm for the project.” Advertisement Twitter Advertisement
The island houses 86 cottages, which in the summer can house up to 200 people. By September, the number of visitors begins to die out, leaving Rogers as the only resident. It’s an idyllic life on Cockburn Island. In the summer, the tiny Ontario island hums with life. Parents relax in folding chairs set out on the sandy beaches, keeping an eye on their children swimming in the waters of Lake Huron. Beavers come out of their dens to enjoy the sun, while deer look for the best patches to graze in the woods. In the evenings, older couples stroll arm-in-arm through the streets of Tolsmaville, the cosy cottage community nestled on the island. And then winter arrives and the lake begins to freeze. Chairs are folded away, cars are loaded, cottages locked up and soon the last boat pushes off from the island, headed for Thessalon and Meldrum Bay. As the snow sets in, the only sign of life is a light in the cottage where sits Darren Rogers, the island caretaker.He will be the only person living on the island for the rest of winter.“I’ve never been a fan of crowds,” says the 52-year-old with a chuckle. “And then if you show up during winter, there’s not a lot going on here — there’s only one person,” Rogers said during a telephone interview. (He isn’t exactly easy to find; despite having a phone number, he suggests emailing him with a scheduled time to call as he often works in parts of the island with no cell service.)As island caretaker, Rogers looks after road maintenance, building repairs, safety equipment, tending to the needs of the summer residents — “it’s all rolled into one job,” he says. His years working as a farm hand on various dairy farms in Ontario and operating heavy equipment have prepared him for the physical labour. But his work experience wasn’t the only thing that got him the job. “The biggest thing here is you have to be willing to live out here,” he said. “It’s not a five-day-a-week job, it’s 24/7.”It might sound ideal at first. But the idea of living by yourself in the dead of winter, away from mainland can quickly turn daunting. According to Rogers, an older couple had been originally hired to try out the job for a year. “They didn’t like it,” he said, “and gave it up.”Lee Chappell, the last island caretaker, lived on the island since the early 1980s with his late wife Lynne and a maintenance employee. It was Chappell’s “penchant for privacy” that led him to make the island his home for 32 years, according to a 2009 Sault Star headline. Nevertheless, he moved back to the mainland in 2009 to live out the rest of his days in Thessalon. So far, Rogers has lived alone on the island for 14 years, ever since taking up post in 2006. While he has no complaints, he said the township has hired another person to give him a hand. However, it remains to be seen whether the person will be able to get through the first winter. “He hasn’t made it through the year yet,” said Rogers.Help or no help — this is it for Rogers. “Nowadays when you want a quieter life and you want to relax with no drama, this is the place to be,” he said. For Rogers, living on Cockburn Island is life come full circle. Ever since he was 10-years-old, his family would take a boat to the island during summers. “My father had a deer hunting camp and would bring us kids over,” he said. “I enjoyed it.”Decades later, he first learned of the job through an advertisement posted in the North Shore Sentinel, the local paper for Thessalon. He was working on a horse farm in Sault Ste. Marie at the time, but was open to trying “something different.” “At the time I was just bumming around,” he said. “I had no big career goals, so thought I’d give it a try.”It helped that he knew most of the local town council in charge of filling the vacancy and vice-versa. “It wasn’t like I was going into an interview with a bunch of strangers,” he said. “They knew who I was … and that’s the only way you’re gonna know if a person is going to like it (on the island) or not,”Unlike the couple before him, Rogers said he found the transition from mainland to island fairly easy, thanks to his years on the farm and his love for camping. “This was just a camping trip extended,” he said. Chappell had also stayed for the first year of his employment and showed him the ropes. Cockburn island makes up part of an archipelago that separates Lake Huron from Georgian Bay. “The only time I miss them is at Christmas,” he said. He spends Christmas alone, celebrating with a home-cooked meal of turkey and roast potatoes. “I don’t do the Christmas tree and all that, just the supper,” he said. “I usually make a phone call during the day when everybody is having their supper and talk to them then.”Does it ever get lonely? Not really, according to Rogers. “Everyone knows I’ve always liked doing things on my own,” he said. The only challenge he says, is in planning for the winter. “You don’t have a store to run to,” he said. “So if you’re planning on doing any projects over the winter then I gotta sit down now and figure out all the parts I need and what I’m doing.”If anything, having the whole island to himself is about as good as it gets. “Snowmobiling anytime I want, four-wheeling anytime I want,” he said. “It’s why I have no drive to get back to the North shore. There’s nothing for me there.” Darren Rogers Waves roll in at a sandy beach on Cockburn Island. Located in Northern Ontario, Cockburn is part of an archipelago stretching out into Lake Huron, with Meldrum Bay on one side and the Canada-U.S border on the other. The island covers 170 square kilometres, on which stand 86 cottages that make up the community of Tolsmaville. In the 1800s, its population grew rapidly with the construction of sawmills and peaked at 1,000 year-round residents during the Second World War. But in the 1960s, it began to dwindle as ferry services stopped altogether and the island became increasingly isolated. Story continues belowThis advertisement has not loaded yet,but your article continues below.As of 2013, the official population is zero — Statistics Canada’s practice is to round off populations in communities smaller than 15 people. The census data and the island’s isolation has mislead some into calling Tolsmaville a ghost town.“Years ago, you would have called it a ghost town because not many people were coming,” said Rogers. “But now we have a lot of younger retirees and so the population is staying pretty stable over the summer.”Thanks to the efforts of Harold Reeve, a former Tolsmaville mayor, the island was revived as a summer recreational community by the 1980s. Between May and September, the island can house up to 200 people, mostly during weekends. But after the annual fish-fry in August, the number of visitors begins to die down. Mhairi McFarlane/Nature Conservancy of Canada Ian Anderson “Most days are just going to work like a regular job,” he remarked.Back then, the job was mostly supervising the various contractors who’d come to maintain the island. As the township downsized, more of the work fell to him. “Being a younger guy, I was able to take over most of the road-work job over the years,” he said. Summer life on Cockburn flows at its own pace. There is no formal scheduling, no major plans made — everyone does as they please, when they please, according to Rogers. “Ninety percent of the time they’re sitting on the porch watching as the day goes by,” he said.Late afternoons are spent making social calls, stopping in at different cottages for the customary catch-ups and a drink or two. “It’s very informal — that’s how you get to know everyone,” said Rogers. Everyone knows everyone here and it’s not uncommon to see two cars pause in the middle of their respective drives around the township to say hello. The easy pace of island life affords Rogers a gift longed for by many living in the big cities — time. “If I have to do something today or put it off till tomorrow, that’s no problem,” said Rogers. “That’s my philosophy.”Nevertheless, the man is no lazy bones. He begins his work days early — out of bed by 5:30 a.m. and out the door an hour later. He treats his job as a regular eight-hour-a-day shift, finishing up in the early afternoon. His job includes a myriad of tasks, ranging from helping newcomers dock their boats to working on the community infrastructure. “Right now, I’m out working on the grader,” he said, during a phone call. The rest of the afternoon is spent completing some household chores, after which he might take himself on a drive around the island, to spot whatever wildlife he can find — which helps him plan for his annual deer and bear hunts. “I got the time to observe (the animals) so I know when they’re coming and going,” he said.A couple who visited Cockburn island in 2008 — two years into Roger’s reign — describe a curious experience with “the guy with the pickup truck.” “As we were coming in, though, a pick-up truck appeared out of nowhere, and a guy jumped out to help us with our lines. Another guy from a neighbouring boat came over to help as well. Then, after ensuring we were secure, they quickly left, barely giving us time to thank them,” wrote the couple on their blog. “The next morning, Darren the Harbormaster — the guy who drove down in his pickup to help with our lines — appeared out of nowhere again to help us with our lines again …. He faded away waving us a farewell (even now, we aren’t sure he was real),” they added. Rogers is a person of few words — yet, many belly laughs — and happiest when he is on his own. So much so, that he’s building a house in the middle of the island, farther away from the populated township, that he plans to move into in the next five or six years.“It’s a running gag around here,” he said with a chuckle. “Everybody knows I like it when everyone takes off.”His trips to the mainland are few, short and spread out — twice in the winter and once in September, mostly for stocking up on supplies and making necessary appointments. “I try to get them over with,” said Rogers. His family still make the annual trip to Cockburn island every August, for the community fish fry. “They all love the island, it’s a getaway from everything,” he said. Apart from the occasional trips, he doesn’t see them much but keeps in touch through daily phone calls. The community centre at Cockburn Island. 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Speaking to reporters following closed-door consultations, the Council’s current President, Ambassador Patricia Durrant of Jamaica, said the members had “deplored the looting of UN offices, and the Taliban’s takeover of humanitarian relief sites, including food and supply warehouses.”Noting that the UN and its agencies were the main providers of humanitarian relief inside Afghanistan, Council members called on the Taliban not to impede the aid effort, she said. The members commended the humanitarian agencies and their staff, while emphasizing the importance of the safety and security of local and international humanitarian workers.Council members urged relief personnel to continue to do all possible to assist the most vulnerable people of Afghanistan, particularly women, children and the elderly, and “stressed the need to continue to find innovative ways of delivering much-needed supplies to the region and distributing aid to those in need,” said the President. Members urged the international community to continue its financial support for relief efforts, and appealed for the quick disbursement of funds that have already been pledged, she added.Concerning the regional picture, Council members expressed appreciation to the Governments of Afghanistan’s neighbours, which have agreed to open access routes for the delivery of relief supplies. The members also expressed support for the efforts of Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s Special Representative, Ambassador Lakhdar Brahimi, who is now holding consultations with officials of several countries of the region.
“I am greatly saddened and appalled by all that we see in Syria – the tremendous loss of life, the massive destruction and displacement,” said Mr. Ban, adding that the UN is doing “everything in its power” to end the fighting. “I want to thank all of you for sharing your stories and experiences. I commend you for your strength and resilience,” Mr. Ban said. “I know that the global response often focuses on immediate needs – and yet a growing number of Syrian students are unable to pursue their dreams and aspirations of higher education,” he added. The Secretary-General underscored that of the many Syrian students who are now refugees, only a small percentage continues their education in exile. Recalling that his own school was destroyed when he was a child, the Secretary-General acknowledged that the war is taking a “severe toll” on education throughout Syria. “Education is vital for the future of individuals, and for the future of a country,” he stressed. “It unleashes innovation and entrepreneurial skills that are important for economic activity and job creation, all critical for stability during times of reconstruction and for longer-term sustainable development.” Mr. Ban said he was encouraged that the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul later this month would provide an opportunity to highlight the importance of education in emergency situations. In addition, he said that the high-level meeting on addressing large movements of refugees and migrants, to be held on 19 September, would also provide an opportunity to agree on equitable responsibility-sharing by Member States in responding to the refugee crisis created by wars. This should include discussing the creation of more legal pathways, such as scholarship visas, which will allow young people to escape persecution and wars and continue their education, Mr. Ban said. “The only sustainable solution to the education crisis in Syria is ending this horrible war. Until then, we must do all we can to provide young people with the educational opportunities that they and their countries need,” the Secretary-General said. “I have no doubt that the expertise, skills and knowledge you will gain in Portugal will contribute one day to rebuild Syria,” he added. During the meeting, the Secretary-General thanked the chairman of the Global Platform for Syrian Students, Former President of Portugal Jorge Sampaio, for his leadership and long-time commitment to “build bridges of understanding and inclusion among communities around the world.” The non-profit organization was founded in 2013 with the support of the Council of Europe, the League of Arab States, the International Organization for Migration and the Institute of International Education. The Secretary-General gathered with the students following a meeting with Augusto Santos Silva, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Portugal, in which they discussed the current political situation in Guinea-Bissau, as well as Mozambique and Brazil. Mr. Ban is also scheduled to meet today with the Portuguese Prime Minister, Antonio Luis Santos da Costa.
On-site mainline railway station and international airport at NEC. The support of every tyre trade and industry association.In addition, one of the industry’s leading social events, the NTDA Dinner will be held at the Birmingham Hilton Metropole hotel on the evening of Tuesday 1 May 2001. Over 600 leading business people will attend. For more information on the dinner, please contact the NTDA on 0870 9000 600.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Easy access to NEC by three major motorways, rail or air. Weekend opening, enabling the independent tyre business to attend. · Free on-site parking for up to 26,000 cars. Free entry to InterTyre and the European Automotive Trade Show, which runs alongside. Free InterTyre Show Guide for every visitor. One of Britain’s leading tyre industry trade associations today gave its full endorsement to InterTyre, which looks set to be Britain’s biggest and best tyre show when it runs at NEC, Birmingham from 29 April – 2 May 2001.In an historic agreement the National Tyre Distributors Association (NTDA) has signed and given its exclusive backing to InterTyre – the only Show to enjoy such strong support across the whole industry.The announcement was made earlier today at a briefing in London. Richard Edy, Director of NTDA joined SMMT Chief Executive Christopher Macgowan to outline their plans to the tyre press.Richard Edy said ‘NTDA is delighted to give its full support to InterTyre. This important new Show will give the tyre exhibition scene a much-needed boost, and is certainly the major event on next year’s business calendar. We’re looking forward to working with the team at SMMT to deliver an exhibition the industry will be proud of.’Christopher Macgowan added ‘SMMT is delighted to receive the full support of NTDA for this important Show. Our exhibitions team has been busy planning InterTyre for months, and we are sure that the very best in the whole tyre industry will be on display at only one place next year – the NEC. InterTyre looks set to be one of the leading tyre exhibitions in Europe for the foreseeable future.’InterTyre is the only tyre exhibition to offer exhibitors and visitors a full range of benefits including:
Demand for heavy mining, earthmoving and construction equipment has staged a rebound in the 15 months leading up to the end of last year, according to accounting giant EY and reported in The West Australian. The paper said the EY 2017 Yellow Goods report noted a 41% recovery in the Australian mining fleet value index in the 15 months to the end of last year and a 20-25% increase in values for late model, low hours equipment since September 2015.Overall supply of equipment in both the mining and construction sectors recovered in 2016 resulting in a reduction in overall clearance rates which are currently sitting at 57% for mining and 60% for construction. However, EY said capital expenditure delays had contributed to a recovery in used asset values, while the supply of quality used assets had remained constrained. The report noted the demand for equipment with modern technology and greater efficiencies continued to grow.EY Oceania Mining & Metals Transaction Leader Paul Murphy said the limited number of new builds in the recent past, particularly in the mining market, extended beyond ultra-class equipment. The West Australian quoted him: “This unfulfilled demand for newer equipment should be good news for original equipment manufacturers, who can hope for stronger order books than they have seen in the last few years. A partial recovery in commodity prices and demand for iron ore and gas are expected to assist market recovery, along with a growing trend towards automation. The benefits of automation appear significant, with a strong positive impact on utilisation and maintenance costs. We expect to see the trend towards automation for large fleets becoming the norm, however the price of adopting automated systems remains prohibitive for smaller operations in the foreseeable future.”He added: “At the same time, the global push to raise emissions standards could have a negative impact on non-complying equipment, and recent technologies such as AC drive trains could also impact the attractiveness of older, less efficient stock. After a difficult period in the Australian yellow goods market, the uptick in value over the last quarter reflects a cautious optimism that the worst is behind us. Against this backdrop, management teams face key decisions on whether to overhaul existing machinery, procure new equipment or hire from third parties.”
The Danish Handball Federation announced program of the Bygma Golden League tournament which will be held between October 26 and 29. The Olympic champions will have chance to raise their form in the months before the Men’s EHF EURO 2018 in Croatia against teams like France, Norway and Poland.Here is the full schedule of tournament which will be held in three different halls:October 26 in Brøndby Hall18.15: France-Poland21.00: Denmark-NorwayOctober 28 in Ceres Arena, Aarhus16.10: Denmark-Poland19.00: Norway-France October 29 at the Jyske Bank Box, Herning18.00: Poland-Norway20.15: Denmark-France ← Previous Story Tauron stops title sponsorship in Vive Kielce Next Story → Youth WCh 2017 in Georgia: Denmark and Egypt make agreement about final result
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25,027 Views To conclude I want to once again reaffirm what the Taoiseach said earlier – a suitable person was appointed by a lawful process.“The government circumvented the law”In response, Fianna Fáil Justice spokesperson Jim O’Callaghan dismissed the claim that Cabinet confidentiality prevented the answering of essential questions on the matters.“There have been hundreds of judicial appointments,” he said. “Only two people were appointed having not gone through the proper process. This happened yesterday.The reason the law was changed is because it is known there is political controversy when an attorney general seeks judicial office. The government circumvented the law. It is laughable to suggest they followed the correct procedures.He asked a series of questions on who in Cabinet knew in advance of the decision to appoint Whelan, why did no one else in Cabinet say this was unusual and who decided that Whelan’s name was the only one to be brought forward.“This is a sorry saga, but the fault lies with government,” O’Callaghan concluded.Questions for Fianna FáilSinn Féin’s Mary Lou McDonald, meanwhile, said that Micheál Martin – who wasn’t present for the debate – had serious questions to answer based on a telephone call he had with the Taoiseach on the matter last Sunday. Updated 10.30pm Source: Eamonn Farrell/Rollingnews.ieTHE ROW OVER the appointment of Máire Whelan to the Court of Appeal persisted in the Dáil this evening, with the government again coming in for strong criticism from the opposition.It was announced last Tuesday that Whelan would leave her post as Attorney General after six years, a day before Leo Varadkar took office as Taoiseach.It was confirmed to Gavan Reilly of Today FM that she had not applied for the position.The Cabinet approved Whelan’s appointment this week, leading to much criticism from the Opposition. However, the government has insisted all correct procedures were followed.The controversy rumbled on this week, with the government promising to quickly bring through new legislation on judicial appointments.This has done little to satisfy the opposition, however, with another series of claims and counter-claims across the benches this evening.“Suitable person… lawful process”The new Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan spoke first.The Minister said that the government appointed the best person for the job in Máire Whelan, as is its prerogative to do.He said that he was surprised that experienced people were “bandying about information that x or y numbers of High Court judges may have expressed interest in the Court of Appeal vacancy”.“Not only is that also covered by Cabinet confidentiality,” he said, “but, in fairness to any such member of the judiciary who had expressed such interest in respect of any such vacancy in the past, we are hardly going to lay out for political and public consumption the names and details of serving judges who have chosen to put themselves forward for more senior posts.”He promised that the new bill was part of the government’s aim of “entirely reforming the judicial appointment system”.Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald also provided a robust defence of the government’s actions later on.She said that she referred the vacancy to the Judicial Appointments Advisory Board but it was “not in a position to recommend any applicant”.Where others expressed interest in the role, she said: “While of course such expressions of interests are always considered, constitutionally the Government cannot be bound by any such expressions of interest in exercising its prerogative to advise the President on an appointment.It is also in accordance with the law and the Constitution for the Government to nominate for appointment an eligible and qualified person who is not already a judge, even if there are existing judges who have expressed interest in the appointment. Jun 21st 2017, 10:50 PM She said: “The manner in which Máire Whelan was appointed bypassed the proper procedures for such appointments and we called on her to stand down in order to allow for a proper appointments procedure to take place.Unfortunately, the Taoiseach had other ideas and he rushed through the trip to the park in order for Ms Whelan to receive the seal of office from the President.“However, the revelation by the Taoiseach today of a phone call between himself and Deputy Martin on Sunday evening, in which Deputy Martin questioned Ms Whelan’s suitability for the position, suggests that the Fianna Fáil leader was trying to influence this appointment,” McDonald said.She questioned whether Martin attempted to use his influence on the government to prevent Whelan being appointed, and asked if he believes the confidence and supply agreement gives him the authority to have a say on who gets appointed to the bench.McDonald says that the appointment “stinks to the highest of heavens” and that Martin is only concerned that it wasn’t “his appointment”.“He doesn’t have the right legally or constitutionally to intervene in that way,” she said.“Unfortunate saga”Before Labour Leader Brendan Howlin spoke, he was interrupted by a Fianna Fáil member criticising the “smear” made against Micheál Martin by McDonald.Howlin said that he had no doubt that Whelan would do an excellent job in her role. “But that does not mean that I think that the events that lead to her appointment to the Court of Appeals were in order,” he said.“The lack of a transparent process was absolutely wrong,” Howlin said.Howlin was similarly critical of Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil and also the Independent Alliance in his statement.“Frankly, it has become embarrassing to hear Fianna Fáil’s successive claims of outrage,” he said.On the Independent Alliance, he said: “A year on in power, they still have little concept of how Cabinet Government works.They clapped through an appointment that they now oppose.He called for fundamental change to be brought in terms of legislation, and how such issues are approached in future to ensure that “some good will come from this unfortunate saga”.“Not the right person”Clare Daly said she wanted to “put a bit of balance on Howlin’s earlier eulogising” by saying that Whelan was not the best person for the job and criticised the judge for her statements to the Fennelly report.She said that it was a “red herring” to say that the appointment was illegal:This was a political appointment. If it was the correct process, why are ye in such a rush to change it? … How you have the brass neck to defend it is beyond me.Bríd Smith said that, “at worst, it is dishonest to the people of this country”. She suggested that Whelan step aside from her role before giving evidence on garda whistleblowers to the Charleton Tribunal, and then resuming it again.Eamon Ryan heaped on the pressure, adding that “we need answers” and that there “are perfectly valid questions that haven’t been answered yet”.Mattie McGrath joked that Enda Kenny is probably sitting enjoying a drink or a cup of tea having left the new Taoiseach with a “nice mess”.McGrath said he welcomed new legislation coming in, and got very heated on the matter.“What about the ordinary people?” he asked. “Laws for the rich, but none for the poor. They have to take the medicine… These people [homeless] may be as well on death row waiting to get shelter.The public are sick and tired of Fianna Fáil and the government… They haven’t the courage or conviction to cause an election… The truth hurts.This statement caused mayhem to erupt in the Dáil with McGrath warned by the Ceann Comhairle.He replied “New politics, my foot.”Question timeAffairs got heated again when the floor was opened for questions.Sinn Féin’s Jonathan O’Brien got into a war of words with Minister Charlie Flanagan, after asking how many others applied for the role.When both looked to the Ceann Comhairle, he said it wasn’t his responsibility if the Minister answered the question or not.Brendan Howlin, similarly, got heated with Frances Fitzgerald.On each occasion, the government ministers refused to say how many people applied to the role.When Fitzgerald was asked who in the government put forth the name of Whelan alone to government, she said that “all applications that were in the system were considered in due process”.When Fine Gael TD Colm Brophy attempted to interject on Fitzgerald’s behalf, he was rebuked by the Ceann Comhairle.The Ceann Comhairle angrily asked Brophy to withdraw the insinuation that he was denying government back benchers speaking time, which Brophy duly did.A common theme from the opposition benches throughout this latter part was that Fitzgerald and Flanagan were refusing to directly answer their questions, who said on numerous occasions that the events at Cabinet were covered by Cabinet constitutional privilege.Read: Máire Whelan officially appointed to the Court of AppealRead: The honeymoon’s over: Leo’s facing loads of challenges on his first working week on the job 90 Comments http://jrnl.ie/3456852 Share224 Tweet Email1 Short URL By Sean Murray ‘New politics, my foot’: Mayhem in the Dáil as TDs get heated on Máire Whelan row The government again faced fierce criticism for its handling of the appointment this evening. 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The city of Vancouver is seeking applications for a midterm position on its Lodging Tax Advisory Committee.The city collects a 4 percent lodging tax on hotel, motel, and bed and breakfast bookings, and the committee makes recommendations to the city council on how that money should be spent. In 2018, the group helped award $753,609 to tourism-boosting projects.Applicants for this position must represent a nonprofit organization that would be eligible to receive lodging tax funds. Committee members serve two-year terms and meet four to six times per year.To apply online, visit www.cityofvancouver.us/boards. To request an application or for more information, contact Michelle Bartley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-487-8607.Applications are due 5 p.m. Aug. 9.
CLEVELAND — The Cleveland man who imprisoned three women in his home, subjecting them to a decade of rapes and beatings, pleaded guilty Friday to 937 counts in a deal to avoid the death penalty.Ariel Castro told the judge he was addicted pornography, had a “sexual problem” and had been a sexual abuse victim himself long ago.In exchange for his plea, prosecutors recommended Castro be sentenced to life without parole plus 1,000 years.Castro, 53, said he understood that he would never get out of prison, saying he expected he was “going to get the book thrown at me.” He later added, “I knew that when I first spoke to the FBI agent when I first got arrested.”Castro, wearing glasses for the first time in court, was far more interactive than in previous court appearances when he mostly kept his head down and eyes closed. He answered the judge’s questions in a clear, intelligible voice, saying he understood the proceedings and that he would never be released from prison.Castro, who was born in Puerto Rico, said he could read and understand English well but had trouble with comprehension.“My addiction to pornography and my sexual problem has really taken a toll on my mind.” He later said he had been a sexual abuse victim as a child, but the judge cut him off.Near the end of the 2 1/2-hour hearing, the judge accepted the pleas and declared Castro guilty. Sentencing was set for Thursday.The deal comes more than a month after a statement issued on behalf of the women said they were “hopeful for a just and prompt resolution” and had “great faith in the prosecutor’s office and the court.”
Kamal Hossain, Mainul Hosein, Hassan AriffBangladesh Judicial Service Association (BJSA), a platform of lower court judges, accused six renowned lawyers of making ‘an evil attempt’ to politicise the Masdar Hossain case, reports UNB.The case is related to the issue of independence of the judiciary.BJSA leaders, in a statement made the allegation about the senior lawyers on Wednesday, after the Supreme Court accepted the rules concerning the discipline of the lower court judges issued by the government under a gazette notification.On 1 January, the six lawyers including Kamal Hossain, Mainul Hosein and AF Hasan Ariff, issued a statement, expressing grave concern over the disciplinary rules for the lower court judges.In their statement, BJSA president SM Quddus Zaman, also Dhaka district and session’s judge, and acting secretary general Bikash Kumar Saha, a joint secretary at the law ministry, criticised the lawyers.The association decided to revoke the power given to Kamal Hossain and also Amir Ul Islam to conduct the Masdar Hossain case, according to the statement.The association categorically said it has no dissatisfaction over the disciplinary rules for the lower court judges.The BSJA leaders further urged the six lawyers not to make any negative comments over the rules.“As the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court accepted the rules and as the lower court judges have no dissatisfaction over those, the lawyers who gave a statement are urged not to make any negative comments over the matter,” the statement read.The statement said although Dr Kamal Hossain, Barrister Mainul Hosein and AF Hasan Ariff served as law minister and law advisers, they did not take any step to formulate the disciplinary rules for the trial court judges.
The Literacy Council of Montgomery County (LCMC) will hold English literacy classes at the Gaithersburg Library, 18330 Montgomery Village Avenue, and the Upcounty Regional Services Center, 12900 Middlebrook Rd., in the Fall of 2015 on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Orientations for the classes will be held on Sept. 8 and Sept. 10 for the library and on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 for the Services Center. The classes are free. For more information, visit literacycouncilmcmd. org/fall-2015-english-classes-flyers/ or call 301-610-0030.
Who says nerds don’t know how to party? Although Halloween stores abound with geek costumes that used to be niche, like sexy Captain America and Attack on Titan plastic swords, those of us with our heart still in the geek game can continue to celebrate Halloween creatively without having to use these out-of-the-box ideas for our decor.Get your spoops on this Halloween in true geek fashion with these party decor, and food tips that will be sure to scare the pants out of whoever can get the reference.Stranger Things Flashing LightsGet out your soldering tools and make sure your guests get the Upside Down message at your Halloween fete. Spell out R-U-N or maybe just G-O-G-E-T-M-O-R-E-B-E-E-R and celebrate this season! Tutorial here.Dementor on a DroneIf you’ve got some spare time on your hands before it gets dark, scare the bejeezus out of your neighbors by tying a dementor onto a drone and fly it around your neighborhood like this creative uncle did! You’ll have neighborhood kids yelling for their patronus in no time!Psycho Shower CurtainSimply use this shower curtain to show your Halloween party guests that they probably shouldn’t stay the night. Creepy and classic, we all love a good Hitchcock reference in our washrooms.Yoda SodaThis simple soda mixed with green food coloring is made one with the force via a cute label. Mad in Crafts came up with this cute and easy idea.Geek PumpkinsWhat would Halloween be without pumpkins? Get ready to level up your pumpkin carving skills this season and show off your fandom. Here are tutorials for how to create these stunning Mega Man, Tinkerbell, and Lord of the Rings pumpkins. Hopefully, the neighborhood kids won’t try to throw your jack o lantern into Mordor.Darth Vader PumpkinIf you want that geek pumpkin style, but don’t have the patience to or talent to carve intricate designs, thank the boos at Target for making this easy to assemble Darth Vader pumpkin kit! Simply purchase the kit and a pumpkin, paint the pumpkin black, stick the plastic pieces in, and shazam! You’ve got yourself a Darth Pumpkin!Game of Thrones Ned Stark PopsNothing says Halloween like decapitated heads! Now that it looks like House Stark is getting their shizz together, it’s a great time to remember the great Ned Stark with these cake pop heads! Adorable, yet creepy, no?Hogwarts’ Great Hall Floating CandlesCelebrate the magical world of Harry Potter with these awesome floating candles! Use your DIY magic and decorate your living room just like the Great Hall to get that hocus pocus flowing on Halloween night.Walking Dead Heads in JarsSure, the arc of the Walking Dead with the Governor was like, back in season 3 (four years ago!!!), but his love of decapitated zombie heads we shall never forget. Make your own creepy collection with this tutorial!Alien FacehuggerHalloween wouldn’t be complete without a proper invasion from the Alien fandom. Get your party started off right as you give your Halloween guests a proper greeting from this lovable dude you can make who just wants a hug. From your face.
Opera 45: Telegram inclusion, Reborn improvements by Martin Brinkmann on March 23, 2017 in Opera – 13 commentsOpera Software released several updates for Opera 45 Developer recently that brings Telegram integration, and improvements to the Reborn redesign of the browser.Reborn, a new design for the Opera web browser was revealed when Opera Software released Opera 44 Developer to the public. Reborn is not a complete change of the look and feel of the web browser, but a modernization of the interface without changing any of the functionality of the browser.One of the changes that came along with Reborn was support for Facebook Messenger in the browser’s sidebar. The feature used the sidebar’s capability to display web content in it. So, what Opera Software did was integrate the web version of Facebook Messenger in the sidebar.Later on, support for WhatsApp was introduced in a similar fashion.Opera 45: Telegram supportThe most recent Developer version update of the Opera browser added Telegram Messenger support to the mix. The feature works similar to Messenger and WhatsApp: it is not enabled by default, and users need to activate it by clicking on the Telegram icon, and following the process to sign in to a Telegram account using the web-based version of the messenger.Once enabled, Telegram users can interact with their contacts directly from Opera’s sidebar.Opera users can hide any of the messenger icons — and other icons — of the sidebar by right-clicking on the sidebar and removing the checkmarks next to items that they don’t want displayed there.Opera Software should consider changing the display of messenger icons in the sidebar, especially if the company considers adding more to it in future versions. The sidebar could get quite crowded if the company adds more services to the sidebar.One dedicated “chat” icon for all messengers, and the listing of all supported services on activation would probably be a better option.Another change in regards to the supported messenger services is that you can now log out of the service using a menu that Opera Software added to the interface. You had to use the web version of the service previously to do that.Click on the new menu icon (the three dots) when the chat window is open, and select the log out option there. You find options to mute the messenger there as well. The latter option is useful if you don’t want to be disturbed for a period of time.New Bookmark dialogAnother change that Opera Software made to the browser is the new dialog that appears when you add bookmarks to the browser.While the bookmark gets added right away, you may use the popup to change its location in the bookmarks, and get a visual confirmation that it was added to the browser.While you did get a confirmation previously as well, as Opera painted the bookmark icon in red to indicate that the page is bookmarked in the browser, it “gives a clearer way of adding bookmarks for users who missed the confirmation”.A click anywhere else while the bookmark popup is open dismisses it.More video hardware acceleration on WindowsOpera Software notes that the browser will “send even more videos to the GPU for decoding on Windows”. If it works, it should result in lower battery usage, and higher resolutions and framerates.Opera users may toggle the feature using the chrome://flags/?search=media#media-windows-mf-demuxer flag.Other changesA handful of smaller changes went into Opera 45 Developer as well. Mac users may make the sidebar smaller so that it looks like the one on Windows. This is done via Settings > Browser > Sidebar > Enable Narrow Sidebar.The browser’s built-in advertising blocker was improved as well. If you toggle ad blocking now for instance, you will notice that the active page is reloaded automatically.Another important change affects the lists that Opera uses to block content on the Web. The new feature gives you control over those lists, so that you may enable or disable them.Now You: What’s your take on the changes in Opera Developer?SummaryArticle NameOpera 45: Telegram inclusion, Reborn improvementsDescriptionOpera Software released several updates for Opera 45 Developer recently that brings Telegram integration, and improvements to the Reborn redesign of the browser.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement
Contiki’s new ‘Gifter’ campaign encourages the gift of travel Tuesday, April 18, 2017 Share TORONTO — Contiki is encouraging Canadians to give the gift that keeps on giving – travel – through its newly launched ‘Gifter’ campaign, directed at those who purchase trips for their millennial loved ones.Totalling 30% of Contiki’s bookings, ‘gifters’ consist of parents, grandparents, cousins, aunts and uncles and guardians of young Canadians. Youth and travel are inextricably linked as a rite of passage, says the company, and nothing quite prepares a young adult for full adulthood than that of travelling abroad solo for the first time.“Travel is something that every young Canadian should have the opportunity to experience,” says Sheralyn Berry, Vice President of Sales for Contiki Canada. “Who doesn’t remember their first time travelling abroad alone for the first time? It’s exciting and terrifying at the same time. That’s why we are thrilled to be speaking to our ‘gifters’ and encouraging them to give the gift of travel to their millennial loved ones and leave the planning to us.”More news: TRAVELSAVERS welcomes Julie Virgilio to the teamThe campaign highlights the many reasons why Contiki, the youth travel expert, is the right choice for their loved one’s first time abroad. It runs over 300 trips in 50-plus countries, and has eight different travel styles to choose from, plus a dedicated Contiki team who’s completed 66 days of training, regarded as the most arduous in the travel industry.In addition, the new campaign will look to encourage new graduates to reward themselves with a trip of a lifetime before fully stepping into adulthood. The tradition of being employed right after graduation is being replaced with the realization that travelling the world can help one’s career goals. According to Contiki’s ‘The No Regrets List’ survey, one-third of Generation Z would rather take a gap year before heading to post secondary.These are the top six best-selling itineraries highlighted in the campaign:‘Italian Espresso’: From May 6-Sept. 23, includes Tuscany, Venice and Florence‘Thai Island Hopper East’: From April 15-Sept. 16, includes Koh Samui, Koh Tao and Koh Pha Ngan‘Mediterranean Escape’: From May 13-Sept. 23, includes Rome, Amalfi Coast and Athens‘Ireland’: 54 departures between April 2017 and march 2018, includes Dublin, Kilkenny, Cork, Galway, Belfast and more‘Greek Island Hopping’: 49 departures between May and September 2017, includes Athens, Mykonos, Santorini and Ios‘Australia’s Beaches and Reefs’: 30 departures between May 2017 and September 2018, includes Sydney, Coffs Harbour, Byron Bay, Surfers Paradise, Brisbane, Fraser Island, Whitsundays, Cairns and more Tags: Contiki Travelweek Group Posted by << Previous PostNext Post >>
No related posts. Looking for a little insight into life? From Jan. 1-Feb. 2, Peter Williams, a renowned Canadian astrologer, will be in town. He’s been practicing for more than 35 years, specializing in relationship analysis, personal health, business/sales forecasting, relocation and personal financial forecasting. The sessions are one to two hours and include follow-up. For more information and appointments, email email@example.com or visit him at the Diriá condominiums, #104.The Tamarindo Tennis Club is offering hour-long classes for children ages 6-8 every Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. and for those 9-12 at 4:30 p.m. Limited to six kids per class, the classes cost $40 a month, to be paid at the first class. The teacher is Nick Holt. To register, call 7075-9002.Local Bill Nevins has written a book called “Random Thoughts – A Trek Through the Nubri Valley with Nepal S.E.E.D.S. (Social Educational Environmental Development Services).” This is a complication of notes and photos from the trip he and his wife Margaret took into the Nubri Valley near Tibet in 2010. Pick up the book at Jaime Peligro Bookstore here in town.Check out the new spot Pangas Beach Club, located next to the sand across the street from El Tesoro. It features breakfast, lunch and dinner, with a view and a seafood specialty. And of course, you can relax as part of their beach club during the day. For reservations, call 2653-0024 or 8918-5677.SER Om Shanti Yoga studio is hosting two new workshops with Juan Pablo Barahona at the end of January. On Jan. 19, he will present “Workshop on Detoxification and Cellular Regeneration,” that will be a complete day (11 a.m.-5 p.m.) of detox of mind and body, with juices and various techniques such as auto-massage, breathing, yoga and more. Then on Jan. 20, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and from 2 p.m.-5 p.m., he will offer “Awakening Through Chakras,” a study with yoga, breathing, aromatherapy, visualization and vibration therapy opens energy flow in the body. For more information, call 8346-8005 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.–Ellen Zoe Goldenellenzoe@aol.com Facebook Comments
By Andria KadesAlthough attempts by the transport ministry to encourage public transport have been partially successful, efforts in Limassol are being hampered by virtually non-existent facilities.Bus stations scattered across the city give no indication of what time the next bus will arrive nor is there a printed schedule of the routes at the majority of stops.Bus stop at My Mall – the only one on the Bus 30 route that has a printed scheduleMany lack even basic shade and are marked by a simple pole with a yellow sign indicating some of the buses which make a stop there.At the citizen’s service centre in the old town, for instance, the sign does not indicate that intercity buses travelling to Nicosia and Larnaca stop to pick up passengers there.One of the pick-up points for the bus heading to Paphos has no bus stop at all, merely a group of people standing around.Despite the public’s intention to use public transport, “it quickly turns into Odyssey every time they approach ‘ghost’ bus stops,” said Limassol municipal councillor Aristos Aristidou in a letter of complaint sent to the mayor on April 26.“Most bus stops both in and out of the city are ruined, rusty or even non-existent.”Aristidou went on to say that too often, streets lacked specific places for buses to stop causing traffic and impatient drivers to try and overtake the bus, which are key factors that can lead to road accidents.Asked by the Sunday Mail what response he received, Aristidou said Limassol mayor Nicos Nicolaides has had meetings with the local bus company Emel and are in the midst of discussions on how to improve facilities.“There was a company whose responsibility it was to maintain bus stations. Their contract ended sometime at the end of last year or the beginning of this year,” he said.“Now we have the opportunity to prepare a tender with conditions that we want. There can be ads at the bus stations which can be a source of revenue and there can be internet.”Urgent improvements are needed he said.Bus stop on the sea front has no sign explaining which buses stop there“We can’t be building tall buildings and marinas while ignoring the people.”In May last year, a deal was signed between the transport ministry and Spanish company GMV Sistemas SA which would implement smart ticketing as well as fleet management and passenger information islandwide.According to ministry engineer Aristotelis Savva, who is responsible for the telematics project, the way tickets are issued and validated will change and will involve the use of a contactless card – similar to London’s Oyster card.The cards will be available for purchase at key points across every city such as bus stations, and passengers will still be able to make monthly or weekly ticket purchases for their cards or top up their card balance.The option to purchase a single ticket directly from the bus driver will still be available.Once the system is implemented, people waiting at a bus stop could use their phone for information on bus arrival times.Passengers not too adept with technology such as the elderly will still be able to use the bus company telephone service as is currently practised.The first steps to implementing this include “system installation in all buses, recording and naming of all stops across the country, setting up the points of sales and the control centres for the public transport operators and training of several hundreds of people involved,” Savvas said.Alexander Tkatchev (left) and Igor Tikhontsev“The installations will start in July 2017, but due to the large number of buses involved the system will be visible to customers in late autumn 2017.”Once installations begin, buses will have automatic announcements about upcoming stops.The need for improvements are evident in Limassol.“I took a bus once to Mesa Gitonia. I had to wait two hours for it and so never used one again,” said Limassol local, Andreas Zenonos.Services catering for tourists, however, tend to be quite good once you know where the stops are.Russian tourists Alexander Tkatchev and Igor Tikhontsev waiting at the citizen’s service bus station told the Sunday Mail that transport for the main seafront was very easy with bus 30.“It passes every 15 minutes,” Tikhontsev said, but added that they had to rely on their phones and Google maps to guide them when to get off.Drivers doing the bus 30 route have a microphone where they announce major stops such as Debenhams and the old town, marina.“When it comes to parts of the city though, there isn’t a lot of access,” Tkatchev said.Emel’s operations manager Christakis Argyrou, told the Sunday Mail that their most popular route is with bus 30 which goes from My Mall to Parklane Hotel across the coast and back with buses every 15 minutes.Largely popular with tourists it is also used by locals, as are buses 16, 17 and 18 which go to Ipsonas, Kolossi and Episkopi.“We take on board a lot of comments or complaints we receive and we do our best to adjust. We can’t do anything on our own though, we need government approval.”In the summer for instance, bus 18 which normally stops at Agios Ermogenis church now goes until the beach.“We also have small buses just for the town centre that go from the old hospital to Ayios Antonis, the citizen’s service, Ayiou Andreou, the district office, Saripolou and Anexartisias. Buses to villages and mountains are also quite popular such as Troodos and Omodos.”Although they too look forward to the GPS system that will be installed eventually, Argyrou said tourists don’t find it too difficult as hotels give out information and help can easily be found.Israeli tourist Yair, who did not want to share his last name, said he had found reaching Limassol from Larnaca airport easy and the times for bus route were excellent and “very useful”.Buses to Agros and Troodos were not on the other hand very useful he said, because of the timing.“The bus to Troodos leaves at 9am and gets back at 3pm so you don’t get enough time in Troodos if you go for one day,” he said. “Generally, I found it pretty problematic to find timetables and directions on the website.”According to acting director general of the Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO) Marinos Menelaou, they had “not received any public transport-related specific complaints”.“Despite ample opportunity for improvement on the ‘tourist friendliness’, availability of information etc, by and large the level of public transport provision has improved significantly in recent years,” he said.You May LikeClassmates.comLook For Any High School Yearbook, It’s FreeClassmates.comUndoFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? 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