zoom Belgian Port of Ghent and Dutch Zeeland Seaports are to presented a balanced merger agreement to their shareholders and works councils as the latest step in their merger plans.Next week, the two port authorities will present these proposals to their shareholders. It is expected that they will put them on the agendas of their municipal and provincial executives in October and November.The ports are setting out how the merger, which was unveiled in November 2016, will be given shape on the basis of equality. Over the next three months, shareholders and councils are expected to return their verdict on the merger between the two port authorities.The move comes on the back of the merger talks undertaken on November 7, 2016 at the Flemish-Dutch summit.After several months of financial, legal and other studies, at the end of June the shareholders and works councils of both port authorities were presented with the outline of a possible merger in the form of a merger protocol. In the summer months, the outline accord was worked up into a merger agreement, articles of association and a shareholders’ agreement.The starting point for the merger agreement is to achieve a merger on a fully equal basis (50%-50%) and thus create a single cross-border port area and a single new unified port authority.As regards the hoped-for merger, all signals for Zeeland Seaports and the Port of Ghent are now set to green. Following the approval of the merger agreement by the eight municipal and provincial authorities, the new name of the unified cross-border port area and the merged company will be announced. This is provisionally planned for December 8, the Port of Ghent informed.
Buriram (Thailand): Indian football team coach Igor Stimac on Monday hoped that his wards will implement their learnings from practice in the King’s Cup, commencing here on June 5. India will clash with Curacao, ranked 82 in the latest FIFA World Ranking, on June 5. “The boys are confident, and have understood that they can improve their game with hard work on a daily basis. “I appreciate the hard work put in by the players over the last 10 days in New Delhi. I expect them to implement their learnings from practice in the upcoming tournament,” Also Read – We don’t ask for kind of tracks we get: Bowling coach ArunStimac said after the team’s arrival here. The newly-appointed coach admitted “it will be tough” for his boys coming from an off-season to play here, but insisted they would put their best foot forward. “The weather conditions will be difficult. This being the off-season, the situation is tough. But at the same time, it is the same for everyone. We’re here to win, and do our best,” Stimac said. India are participating in the King’s Cup, one of Asia’s oldest International tournaments, after a gap of 38 years, and this is Stimac’s first international assignment after his appointment as the new coach. Central midfielder Pronoy Halder praised Stimac, saying that the coach has been constantly reminding them that they can bridge the gap with the top nations. “The coach keeps saying to us that if we listen to him, and execute it on the field, we can go a long way. The most significant part is that all the players have taken it in the right spirit,” Halder said. “We understand Curacao are a very strong team as most of their players are playing in premier divisions across Europe. That is providing us the extra motivation to prove a point. We will give our 100 percent.”
New Delhi: Despite banking restrictions put in place by the Reserve Bank of India, the country has not put any blanket ban on trading in cryptocurrencies yet, the government has clarified. Responding to questions in the Rajya Sabha on whether the government has prohibited cryptocurrency in the country, Minister of State for Finance and Corporate Affairs Anurag Thakur this week said the answer was no. “Presently, there is no separate law for dealing with issues relating to cryptocurrencies. Hence, all concerned departments and law enforcement agencies, such as RBI, Enforcement Directorate and Income Tax authorities, etc. take action as per the relevant existing laws,” the Minister said. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscal”Similarly, police/courts take action on IPC (Indian Penal Code) offences. Further, in view of the risks and dangers associated with cryptocurrencies, (the) government and RBI have been issuing advisories, press releases and circulars to the public,” he added. Earlier the Reserve Bank of India issued a circular banning regulated entities from providing services to crypto businesses. The ban went into effect on July 6 last year, Bitcoin.com reported on Friday. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boostBut a draft bill for banning cryptocurrency has been in the works for some time with Economic Affairs Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg leading the exercise. According to the draft “Banning of Cryptocurrency and Regulation of Official Digital Currency Bill 2019”, holding, selling or dealing in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin could soon land you in jail for 10 years. The draft has proposed a 10-year prison sentence for persons who “mine, generate, hold, sell, transfer, dispose, issue or deal in cryptocurrencies. Besides making it completely illegal, the bill makes holding of cryptos a non-bailable offence. A cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency that uses cryptography for security and is generally based on Blockchain technology, a distributed ledger enforced by a disparate network of computers. Bitcoin is the most popular cryptocurrency in the world.
HALIFAX – Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan will roll out more details today about Ottawa’s spending plans for the Royal Canadian Navy.Sajjan is expected to highlight investments in capabilities and support for the navy in Halifax, as part of the Liberals’ new defence policy.He has been holding events across the country to promote the Liberals’ proposed increase in defence spending.The Trudeau government announced last week that it will spend $62 billion more over the next two decades for a major expansion of the Canadian Armed Forces.But much of the money won’t flow until after the next election, and it’s not clear whether the spending spike would mean bigger federal deficits or spending cuts in other areas.Sajjan will also likely be asked about a recent meeting he had with the head of the American defence giant producing the controversial F-35 stealth fighter, which the governing Liberals had vowed not to purchase.
While Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said Ottawa will wait to hear more details from Saudi Arabia before responding to the country’s decision to freeze new trade deals and expel Canada’s ambassador, she defended Canada’s position, insisting Ottawa will always stand up for human rights.Speaking to reporters in Vancouver on Monday, Freeland said Canada is “very comfortable” with its position that led to the new measures announced by Saudi Arabia.“We are always going to speak up for human rights, we are always going to speak up for women’s rights and that is not going to change,” Freeland said.Freeland said Canadians “expect” its foreign policy to be driven by Canadian values.Saudi Arabia’s move to freeze new trade agreements could threaten Canada’s $15-billion arms deal that includes providing armoured vehicles to the country, but Freeland called it “premature” to comment on its status.Thomas Juneau, an assistant professor at the University of Ottawa, said it is difficult to determine what the economic impact on Canada would be without specifics on which deals will be affected.On one hand, it would be a bad scenario to cancel the arms deals, but on the other, many human rights groups have criticized Canada’s decision to sell armoured vehicles to a regime with a “horrible human rights record,” Juneau said.Freeland’s comments come a day after Saudi Arabia made the decision in retaliation to a Global Affairs Canada tweet that expressed concerns about the arrests of activists in the kingdom.“Canada is gravely concerned about additional arrests of civil society and women’s rights activists in Saudi Arabia, including Samar Badawi,” the tweet said. “We urge the Saudi authorities to immediately release them and all other peaceful human rights activists.”The Saudi foreign ministry ordered Canada’s ambassador, Dennis Horak, to leave the country and called the use of “immediately release” in Canada’s tweet “unfortunate, reprehensible, and unacceptable in relations between states.”“Any other attempt to interfere with our internal affairs from Canada, means that we are allowed to interfere in Canada’s internal affairs,” the Saudi ministry’s said.Amnesty International has said Badawi, the sister of jailed blogger Raif Badawi, was recently detained along with Nassima al-Sada, another prominent female activist.Freeland would only tell reporters Monday that the Canadian ambassador is “fine” and would not disclose his location. Freeland said the embassy in Saudi Arabia is still in place and providing services to Canadians.Freeland also commented briefly on reports that Saudi Arabia is cancelling scholarships for more than 15,000 Saudi students attending university in Canada, saying it would be a “shame” if those students lost the opportunity to study in Canada.Bessma Momani, an analyst on Middle East affairs and professor at the University of Waterloo, said the move will resonate domestically.Momani called it, “getting tough on Canada,” which she said other countries in the region might welcome if they view Canadian foreign policy to be led by human rights concerns.There could be a sentiment among allies that, “Finally the Trudeau government is getting poked back in the eye by the Saudis.”At the same time, it sends a strong message to European and Middle Eastern countries not to “mess” with Saudi Arabia, Juneau said.“There is a clear, uniquely Saudi dimension to this in the sense that in the last three years Saudi Arabia has been behaving very aggressively and assertively in the Middle East,” he said, noting the blockade of Qatar and the war in Yemen.“For Saudi Arabia to punish Canada, it’s fairly easy because we’re not an important country for them, either are they for us,” he said.Regardless of how allies and others are perceiving the measure, it has rallied support among Saudis, said Momani, adding that the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia has a very young nationalistic base, many of whom have taken to Twitter to celebrate the decision and simultaneously criticize Canada.Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Media said in a tweet earlier Monday that it is investigating a Twitter account that posted a photo of an Air Canada plane heading toward the CN Tower, eerily reminiscent of the 9/11 attacks.The ministry said it ordered the owner of the account to shut it down while investigations are completed.
How well do you know your best friend? What’s their favorite snack on a road trip? What musician are they most likely to play in the vehicle? And what if answering these questions could keep your best friend safe on the road?Video: David Mazouz and the 4 Types of People You’ll Find on the RoadThat’s the case with “Brake It Down,” the national safe driving campaign from DoSomething.org and Chevrolet! Thousands of young people will take the “Brake It Down” quiz about their friends’ on-the-road habits. Based on their answers, quiz-takers will receive customized tips to share with friends and keep them safe as a driver, passenger, or pedestrian.“Traffic crashes are a leading cause of death for young people in the US. No surprise, research shows that warnings from parents and scare tactics from ads are not enough,” says Aria Finger, CEO and Chief Old Person of DoSomething.org. “Know what works? Peer-to-peer intervention! That’s why we’re thrilled to partner with Chevrolet on ‘Brake It Down.’ This campaign engages young people to be part of the solution instead of talking down to them.”“Brake It Down” features David Mazouz, best known for playing young Bruce Wayne on FOX’s Gotham, who stars in the campaign’s hysterical (and important!) PSA.“‘Brake It Down’ is an awesome campaign, and filming the PSA was so much fun,” Mazouz says. “This is such a cool, easy way to keep friends safe on the road. I’m so excited for the campaign to launch, and I’m definitely sharing the quiz with my friends.”By texting BRAKE to 38383, young people can take the quiz and “Brake It Down” for their friends between June 15 and September 15. By sharing anti-speeding tactics with friends, they’ll keep friends safe and enter to win a $5,000 scholarship from DoSomething and Chevrolet. (Talk about a win-win!)“We are always looking for ways to help drivers, especially young drivers, stay safe on the road,” said Paul Edwards, U.S. vice president of Chevrolet Marketing. “We’re proud to partner with Dosomething.org to encourage peer-to-peer conversations about good driving behaviors.”
New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has directed CBI to recall the Look-Out Circular (LOC) issued against a Hyderabad-based businessman who is an accused in a corruption case involving meat exporter Moin Akhtar Qureshi and the agency’s ex-director A P Singh. Justice Sangita Dhingra Sehgal said since Pradeep Koneru, the businessman, has been regularly joining the investigation, there is no justification in keeping alive the LOC which was issued on May 16 last year. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murder “Since the petitioner (Koneru) has been regularly joining investigation, there is no justification in keeping the present Look-Out Circular dated May 16, 2018, alive. The same be recalled by the issuing authority,” the court said. The court also imposed certain conditions on Koneru, including that he has to join the probe as and when called by the investigating officer (IO) and cooperate with the CBI. It also said that in case he has to travel abroad, he has to furnish to the IO the details of the country where is proposes to go, one week prior to the visit. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchings “The petitioner shall not travel abroad for more than two weeks in one month… The amount of Rs six crore deposited by the petitioner in the court shall be kept in the form of FDR till March 31, 2021 on auto renewal basis,” the court said. In case of any violation of the conditions by Koneru, the FDR will be forfeited and the CBI is at liberty to take appropriate recourse in accordance with the law, it said. It asked the trial court to return his passport and directed the high court registry to communicate a copy of this order to the FRRO. The high court passed the order on Koneru’s plea seeking quashing of the LOC issued against him by the CBI in the corruption case. The FIR, in connection with which Koneru was being questioned, was filed in 2017 by CBI after ED and Income Tax department’s probe into money laundering and black money allegations against Qureshi allegedly revealed involvement of senior public servants. The ED had written a letter to the CBI in this regard and it had in 2017 lodged an FIR against the meat exporter as well as its former director A P Singh, Koneru and several others. Another Hyderabad-based businessman, Sathish Babu Sana, on whose complaint a bribery case was filed against then CBI special director Rakesh Asthana, is also a witness in this case. Koneru is a prosecution witness in the ED case. During the arguments earlier, the CBI counsel had admitted in the court that Koneru was an accused in the corruption case and a division bench of the high court had on February 5, directed that no coercive steps be taken against him, which direction is still continuing. The court, in its order, noted that the record revealed that Koneru has joined the investigation in the case prior to issuance of the LOC. The businessman’s counsel had submitted that Koneru would record his undertaking to the court that he will continue to cooperate in the investigation and will not tamper with evidence or influence any witness. In this regard, the judge also recorded the statement of Koneru, who was present in the court.
Casablanca – Morocco faces major challenges in its attempt to reassure concerned citizens of efforts addressing the need for psychological and medical treatment for those suffering from mental illness.Sanofi, a logistic platform for the distribution of pharmaceutical products along with the World Association for Social Psychiatry have recently organized a Mental Health Forum that aims to develop better programs for the management of mental disorders in needy countries all around the world.Morocco is included in these countries. According to the Moroccan news website, LeMatin, approxamitely 40% of the population at the age of 15 and older suffer, or have suffered, from at least one mental disorder. Most have been ousted from their communities and live on the streets without access to schooling, work or healing. Although many associations provide help in terms of clothing and housing, most suffering from mental illness do not receive enough, if any, professional treatment. The lack of specialized and qualified psychologists in the Kingdom of Morocco is another burden to overcome in order to find concrete solutions.This ongoing phenomenen is partially ignored by Moroccan society. This is why many homeless people suffering from mental illness crawl into their own world and are left with no choice but to try their best to stay alive.In comparison, more than 450 million people worldwide suffer from mental disorders. They represent the second leading cause of morbidity and mortality in developing countries.Professor Tom Craig, president of the World Association for Social Psychiatry said, “About 80% of people with severe mental disorders in less developed countries do not receive treatment.” For this reason, Morocco strives to improve its mental health institutions, as well as provide special training for professionals and to ease mentally ill people back to a life with opportunities. The Professor continued, “However, with appropriate care and appropriate psychosocial support, healing is possible for most of [those suffering from mental illness].”In most developing countries, mental health services lack financial support and suffer from desperate shortages of qualified psychologists. Moreover, the availability of drugs for the treatment of mental disorders is particularly low and if available, often too expensive.The lack of adequate treatment is why most victims of mental illness hurt themselves and cause danger for themselves and others. For the moment, the ongoing and partially hidden issue is back on the scene for discussion and action. It is hoped that the coming years will finally bring about the changes that everyone hopes to see.Edited by Sahar Kian© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed
The Wijerathne boys – aged 11, 10 and 8 – attend Queenstown Primary School, where they are regarded as excellent students. Two made it to the recent finals of the Otago-Southland spelling bee. They were invited to sit Australian academic exams. They are swimmers and cricketers, playing for the Queenstown Club where dad Sam coaches. They go to church every Sunday. “In hindsight, it may have been fairer on the family for INZ to decline the applications then and not give them false hope.”Foley said the organisation was aware in 2016 that Dinesha had MS. However, it was not until this year they became aware she had had a prolonged absence from work and she acknowledged that she would be unable to work in full-time employment for some time.Dinesha was advised she was likely to impose significant costs or demands on New Zealand’s health services or special education services, Foley said.“All non-New Zealanders coming to New Zealand must have an acceptable standard of health so as not to impose undue costs or demands on New Zealand’s public health system,” Foley said.Still, when the family’s application to renew the visa was declined in October, they were taken by surprise and plunged into the desperate situation they are now in. Dinesha cannot work to the extent that is required. Sam can work but was declined for a work visa-partner and doesn’t fit the “skilled employment” category.Robinson said a request was being made for visas to be granted as a “special case” but the chances of that succeeding were low. (Colombo Gazette) Immigration NZ area manager Marcelle Foley said it usually took between six and 12 months to process a residency application. However, it was not unusual for longer processing times in complex cases “as is the case in the situation”. The boys’ mother, Dinesha Amarasinghe applied to come to New Zealand as a hospitality student in 2010. She had 10 years of industry experience and started working as a cook in Auckland in 2011, under Immigration New Zealand’s skilled migrant category.Late in 2011, the family moved to Queenstown, where she worked as commis chef at the popular Lone Star restaurant. Based on Dinesha’s visa, her husband Sam was granted an open work permit and worked at New World supermarket, the Hilton and as a taxi driver. In 2014, Dinseha slipped on the floor while working and was later diagnosed with a lumbar sprain. Despite the pain in her leg, she continued to work while awaiting treatment but in January 2015, continuing problems forced her onto ACC. In May 2015, she had a brain scan and was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS).In October this year, because Dinesha was unable to work, her skilled worker temporary visa was declined. Without it, Sam can no longer work and the family have to leave the country by November 21.The family have an application for residency sitting with Immigration NZ. They applied in April 2013. Their lawyer, Shane Robinson, was not involved with their case then but says that for the application not to be resolved to date is unusual. The processing of their residence visa has now been suspended as they have been unlawful in New Zealand since July, she saidRobinson said a large part of the delay was because Sam overstayed a working visa in Japan in 2006 and was deported. Despite that, he was given a visa in New Zealand as a special direction in 2012 but a dispute over the facts was continuing and was unresolved. However, Dinesha’s health has now taken over as the key issue.Confusing the family though is the fact that Dinesha was granted a new temporary work visa in 2016, despite her MS diagnosis. Robinson says Immigration NZ’s operational instructions state MS disqualifies someone from getting a temporary work visa but Immigration NZ allowed it in this case partly because it was unclear what degree of her health issues were caused by the 2014 fall and there was the ability to grant a waiver in the case of a residence visa (which was still in progress). A Sri Lankan family in Queenstown, New Zealand are facing deportation to Sri Lanka.The three brothers, their mother and father have been told they have to leave the country by November 21, stuff.co.nz reported.
Vandals have targeted multiple areas in Waterford including the Waterford Lions Park, Waterford Lions Community Centre and downtown Waterford.Police were contacted on April 17 around 8 a.m. by an employee of Norfolk County Parks and Recreation reporting graffiti on several buildings and signs.Norfolk OPP have released images of the damage. If anyone recognizes the writing they are being asked to contact the Norfolk County OPP Detachment at 1-888-310-1122.Vehicle passes stopped school busA vehicle passed a stopped school bus on Golden Meadow Drive in Port Dover on April 16 between 8 and 8:30 a.m.The vehicle is being described as silver in colour.Police remind drivers of the rules of the road. Drivers approaching a stopped school bus with its overhead red signal-light flashing and the stop arm extended need to stop and not pass until the bus starts moving again.Vehicle owners should be aware that if the driver cannot be identified, the fine is given to the owner of the vehicle.“This law is in place to protect our most valuable resource, young children. Passing a stopped school bus is not only against the law; it is a potential lethal decision. Taking a few extra minutes behind a stopped school bus can prevent lifelong regret of injuring or killing a child.” said Inspector Joseph Varga, Detachment Commander, Norfolk County OPP in a press release.
A unit of the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti’s (MINUSTAH) Brazilian battalion approached a suspicious-looking group yesterday and the members fled, leaving behind the kidnap victim, a man in his 30s, the mission said. He was the second person found and released in just 24 hours and the seventh in about seven weeks.At a later news conference, MINUSTAH chief Juan Gabriel Valdés, saying that violence would lead only to defeat, appealed to armed groups to disarm and restore their legal status. MINUSTAH was prepared to talk with those implicated in violence and offer them the chance to join the disarmament, demobilization and re-integration programme, he said.The Security Council voted to establish MINUSTAH in April of last year after armed rebels threatened to march on the capital, Port-au-Prince, in February and elected President Jean-Bertrand Aristide left the country.Mr. Valdés visited two voter registration centres yesterday and expressed satisfaction at seeing the large number of people waiting to register. “Haiti’s hope lies first of all in the hands of its inhabitants,” he said.He welcomed the Government’s decision to extend the voter registration period by six weeks until 15 September, saying the extension would increase participation in the November and December polls.He also met with women who would be candidates in the upcoming elections and said the women would be given a larger framework to express their views, including taking part in educational broadcasts and contributing to brochures aimed at women across the Caribbean country.
by The Associated Press Posted Jul 26, 2017 7:59 pm MDT Last Updated Jul 26, 2017 at 10:40 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email The Latest: FBI: Suspect in custody in cruise ship death ANCHORAGE, Alaska – The Latest on the death of a woman from a domestic dispute aboard a cruise ship (all times local):8:25 p.m.An FBI spokeswoman in Anchorage says a suspect is in custody in the death of a woman on a cruise ship in U.S. waters off of Alaska.Staci Feger-Pellessier had no other details ahead of a scheduled Thursday news conference at which the U.S. attorney’s office plans to announce charges.Princess Cruises says a 39-year-old Utah woman died Tuesday night on the Emerald Princess following a domestic dispute. Few details about the case were released Wednesday, as investigators went to work.The ship is in the midst of a weeklong trip that left Sunday from Seattle. It docked in Juneau on Wednesday morning.___7 p.m.Federal officials plan to announce the filing of charges in the death of a woman aboard a cruise ship that docked in Alaska’s capital city on Wednesday.The U.S. attorney’s office said it will hold a news conference Thursday to announce the filing of charges related to the death aboard the Emerald Princess.The office says the news conference will include representatives of the FBI and the Coast Guard, agencies that were involved in the investigation.Princess Cruises said a 39-year-old woman from Utah died aboard the Emerald Princess late Tuesday, following a domestic dispute. The ship, which set off from Seattle on Sunday for a week-long trip, docked in Juneau on Wednesday morning.___5:30 p.m.Passengers aboard a cruise ship that docked in Alaska’s capital city Wednesday say they were notified that a domestic dispute onboard had led to a death.Princess Cruises said a 39-year-old Utah woman died Tuesday night on the Emerald Princess, which was carrying 3,400 passengers and 1,100 crew members on a weeklong trip that left Sunday from Seattle. The FBI was investigating.The incident happened in U.S. waters off Alaska.Passenger Zane Edwards, of California, says a cruise ship is like a mini-city and that things are bound to happen on it.Passengers said there were games, movies and food to help pass the time until they were allowed to leave the boat for shore excursions in Juneau late Wednesday afternoon, hours after docking.___4:40 p.m.Passengers are being allowed to disembark from a Princess Cruises ship in Alaska following the death of a 39-year-old Utah woman in a domestic dispute on board the vessel.The 3,400 passengers waited on board the Emerald Princess in Juneau for more than eight hours as authorities investigated the death. It happened Tuesday night while the ship was in waters outside Alaska.Before the passengers were let off the vessel late Wednesday afternoon, several people including one child were escorted by authorities off the vessel in two separate groups. Most were wearing white and grey hooded sweat shirts. The hoods and umbrellas obscured their faces.The groups were taken to vehicles with dark-tinted windows waiting in a restricted area of the port, and the people were whisked away.The FBI and Coast Guard are investigating the death. The FBI is involved because the death occurred in U.S. waters.The woman’s name was not immediately released.___3:50 p.m.Several thousand passengers are stuck on a cruise ship docked in Alaska’s capital city as authorities investigate the death of a 39-year-old Utah woman following a domestic dispute aboard the vessel.The FBI and Coast Guard are investigating the death, which occurred Tuesday night on a Princess Cruises ship. The FBI is involved because the death occurred in U.S. waters.The Emerald Princess arrived in Juneau about 8 a.m. Wednesday, and none of the 3,400 passengers have been allowed to get off the ship as of late afternoon.Princess Cruises spokeswoman Negin Kamali says conversations are underway to offer passengers some compensation for lost time, such as providing credits for shore excursions.Authorities have released very few details about the unidentified woman’s death.___10:40 a.m.The FBI is investigating the death of a Utah woman stemming from a domestic dispute aboard a cruise ship travelling in U.S. waters off Alaska.Princess Cruises says in a statement that the death occurred Tuesday night on the Emerald Princess but didn’t provide more details or immediately return calls. The 3,400-passenger ship arrived in Alaska’s capital city of Juneau on Wednesday, but passengers didn’t immediately get off.FBI spokeswoman Staci Feger-Pellessier says no arrests have yet been made, but a team was heading to Juneau. She says the agency is required to step in when such deaths occur in international or U.S. waters.Princess says the Emerald Princess departed Seattle on Sunday to begin a weeklong cruise.___This story has been corrected to show the cruise ship had 3,400 passengers, not 3,000.
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedEssequibo businessman arrested with ganja, cocaineAugust 20, 2017In “Crime”Businessman gets 3 years jail for narco traffickingJune 28, 2016In “Court”Leguan resident remanded for narcotics traffickingJuly 1, 2016In “Court” An Essequibo Coast, Region Two businessman was on Monday remanded to prison when he appeared before Magistrate Ester Sam slapped with a narcotics trafficking charge.Devon Fordyce of Lot 45 Dartmouth Village, Essequibo Coast is accused of trafficking 1539 grams of cannabis and 32 grams of cocaine.Some of the illicit substances found on the businessman’s premisesHe made his first appearance before magistrate Ester Sam at the Charity’s Magistrate Court where he pleaded not guilty to the charge.Fordyce was arrested on August 19, 2017, after ranks conducted a search of his premises and unearthed 1539 grams of cannabis and 32 grams of cocaine in various sections of the house and in a chicken pen that was in the yard. Devon FordycePolice said the businessman, who they referred to as a trafficker, had been on their radar for quite some time now.Fordyce will make his next court appearance on September 3.
At CONEXPO 2014, Metso launched the Lokotrack LT220D which it states is “the most compact track-mounted combination of a cone crusher and a screen ever made.” The company believes that the model will revolutionise the way small mine and quarry contractors operate around the world. Combining a cone crusher and a screen into a single track-mounted plant, the Lokotrack LT220D reduces operational costs in several ways, most notably by substantially lowering fuel consumption and reducing the need for maintenance. In addition, the unit is compact and highly transportable.”Soaring, unstable fuel prices create demand for plants that are increasingly energy efficient and for new ways to operate. However, you can only increase the efficiency of a single machine up to a certain limit. Going beyond that point requires out-of-the box thinking and new innovations,” says Jarmo Vuorenpää, Project Manager at Metso Mining and Construction, describing the design process. The Lokotrack LT220D is designed with aggregate contractors in mind, who often haul equipment on a weekly basis while striving to keep costs down. Because of its excellent transportability, the Lokotrack LT220D enables contractors to take on smaller contracts that previously would have been unprofitable for them. “The Lokotrack LT220D is the first-ever track-mounted crusher/screen combination with such compact dimensions and good transportability,” Vuorenpää continues.The fuel economy of the Lokotrack LT220D is the sum of several features. Running both the crusher and the screen with a single Cat C13 309 kW diesel engine clearly makes a big difference. An efficient power transmission system enables maximum power for operating. The result is substantially decreased fuel consumption with no compromises on capacity. Meanwhile, a reduced number of transported units and a quick set-up translate into a significant increase in effective production time. Hydraulically operated screen lifting and folding side conveyors enable the Lokotrack LT220D to be ready for use in minutes. The total weight of 48 t and the compact transport dimensions make the Lokotrack LT220D easily transportable around the world, giving contractors plenty of flexibility.The Lokotrack LT220D is equipped with a proven, high-performing Metso cone crusher, either the HP200 or the GP220. An intelligent control system ensures safe and reliable processes in all applications. Paired with Metso’s Lokotrack LT106 mobile jaw plant, the new secondary unit is capable of producing up to three calibrated end products. Designed and manufactured in Tampere, Finland, Metso has shipped more than 6,000 Lokotrack plants globally in the past 29 years to customers ranging from aggregate contractors to major mining companies. Today, Metso also supplies locally engineered and manufactured Lokotrack models for the Indian market and will develop the track-mounted crushing and screening business in China through its recently established LiuGong-Metso joint venture.
Murphy said that a message would be sent if he can see off government TDs.“If the AAA wins a seat in this by-election, as we believe we can, a powerful message of resistance will be sent. A message that we will resist the imposition of the bailout water tax, we refuse to pay for the debts of the bondholders and that we demand a real recovery for working people – which means pay rises, the provision of decent housing and public services.“It will further undermine this hated government and lay the basis for building a new movement to represent working people and fighting for a socialist alternative.”Read: Runners and riders update: Here’s who’s vying to take Brian Hayes’ vacant Dáil seat FORMER MEP PAUL Murphy says that he believes that he represents a “message of resistance” in the upcoming Dublin South West by-election.Murphy, who lost his European seat in May, today threw his hat into the ring for the by-election. With the most recent Dublin by-election going to a fellow Anti Austerity Alliance member – Ruth Coppinger- Murphy will be feeling confident.“People in this area decisively rejected the politics of austerity, of putting banks and bondholders before people’s needs, in the local and European elections. In the aftermath of those elections, the gulf between the rhetoric about recovery and reality continues to widen for most people, as austerity politics continues as usual.This by-election is likely to take place in the run-up to the budget. It is a vital opportunity to pile pressure on the government not to implement yet more cuts. The best way to do that is to elect an Anti Austerity Alliance activist.
Short URL Poll Results: What’s it rated? RottenTomatoes: 6.8/10IMDB: 6.5/10T2: Trainspotting Source: New Trailer Buzz/YouTubeWhat we knowThe follow-up to the 90s Danny Boyle classic – expect older characters who are even more disillusioned with life. They’re still willing to have fun, though.What the critics say“What began as a zeitgeisty outlaw romp in the Uncool Britannia of the 1990s is now reborn as a scabrous and brutal black comedy about middle-aged male disappointment and fear of death.” – The Guardian“McGregor and Miller play the shifting dynamics between friends well — especially one who double crossed the other — and their relationship is the driving engine of the story.” – Empire What’s it rated? 14 Comments Thursday 26 Jan 2017, 8:30 PM What’s it rated? 17,209 Views Share Tweet Email https://jrnl.ie/3201251 Jan 26th 2017, 8:30 PM RottenTomatoes: 6.7/10IMDB:Hacksaw Ridge Source: Lionsgate Movies/YouTubeWhat we knowStarring Andrew Garfield as Desmond Doss, this is the true story of conscientious objector Desmond’s role in the Battle of Okinawa – and how he took part without firing a shot. Directed by Mel Gibson.What the critics say“As he did on the films Apocalypto and The Passion of the Christ, Gibson takes his time on establishing the overarching themes and religious implications of Hacksaw Ridge during the movie’s first half – before paying them off with a second half that is relentlessly brutal and gruesome, but impressive all the same.” – Screenrant“Mel Gibson can be accused of many things, but subtlety is not one of them. Even at his worst — I mean as a filmmaker, not a political thinker — he consistently proves to be an able craftsman and a shrewd showman. ” – New York Times Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Hacksaw Ridge (1403) By Aoife Barry T2: Trainspotting (1905) Denial (201) None of them (630) RottenTomatoes: 7.2/10IMDB: 8.5/10Which one would you go see first? PLANNING ON HEADING out to the cinema this weekend?There are a few new movies out, but which is a must-watch, and are there any you should avoid?We take a look.Denial Source: Movieclips Trailers/YouTubeWhat we knowBased on the true story of Deborah Lipstadt, who had to prove the Holocaust occurred in order to win a case against Holocaust denier David Irving.What the critics say“With Irving’s casually poisonous, endlessly self-justified attitudes on display, it’s easy to understand Lipstadt’s fight against his desire to “[make] it respectable to say there are two points of view” on this matter. It’s harder, though, to process Denial’s treatment of that fight as consistently gripping drama.” – AV Club“Lipstadt is written as an impassioned mouthpiece with no internal life, and Weisz does little to humanise her, relying on a broad Queens accent to somehow define the character. It doesn’t help she’s forced to sport a red mop of a wig that’s wholly unconvincing.” – The Guardian DenialT2: TrainspottingHacksaw RidgeNone of themVote Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend? What’s a must-watch, and what’s a miss? We tell you.
NSW Hospitality Minister George Souris has completed stage one of an audit on Kings Cross, that intends to stamp out the violence in the district. The audit – which was created in response to the fatal attack on teenager Thomas Kelly – is to be completed in two stages, with the first one already completed. The first stage saw auditors visit licensed premises in the Kings Cross area to inspect incident registers and cross check them with CCTV footage. The time line for the second audit is still to be announced by Mr Souris. “The audit has concluded in terms of the inspection of registers and gathering of incident registers and the performance of responsible service of alcohol,” Mr Souris said. “The second phase of the audit is to compare that factual information with police records and with CCTV footage. “I don’t know how long that will take but it’s not going to take forever.” Mr Souris said any failures to report incidents identified by the audit would be considered by the Office of Liquor and Gaming with penalties such as restrictions in trading hours to be imposed on venues who have breached safety regulations. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
La Nasa observe la plus puissante et la plus longue explosion cosmique Une explosion cosmique suscite l’intérêt de la Nasa. Située à 3,8 milliards d’années-lumière de la Terre, il s’agit de la plus puissante et la plus longue jamais observée jusqu’à présent. Des dizaines de satellites et télescopes ont été mobilisés pour observer l’incroyable phénomène. Le phénomène cosmique est d’une puissance sans précédent et c’est avec assurance que les astronomes de la Nasa affirment n’avoir encore jamais observé une telle intensité lumineuse. L’explosion a été découverte le 28 mars à l’aide du satellite américain Swift. Il s’agirait probablement d’un signe d’une supernova dont les émissions de rayons gamma continuent d’être émises depuis une semaine. Fait quelque peu inhabituel puisque généralement, les radiations produites par la destruction d’une étoile ne durent seulement que quelques heures.À lire aussiLe grand “boom” entendu par les New-Yorkais proviendrait d’une météoriteAndrew Fruchter, astronome au Space Telescope Science Institute à Baltimore, raconte à l’AFP l’étrange phénomène : “Nous connaissons des objets dans notre galaxie pouvant produire des explosions à répétition mais ils sont des milliers ou des millions de fois moins puissants que ce que nous observons. C’est vraiment extraordinaire”. L’explosion cosmique, située dans la constellation du Dragon, a été localisée au centre d’une galaxie située à 3,8 milliards d’années-lumière de la Terre.Une étoile broyée par un trou noirActuellement les recherches se poursuivent afin de comprendre l’origine d’un tel phénomène. Les astronomes ont déjà soumis l’hypothèse suivante : la déflagration se serait produite après que l’étoile s’approche trop près du trou noir au centre de sa galaxie. L’intensité de la force gravitationnelle du trou noir aurait probablement brisé l’étoile dont les jets de gaz émis continuent à s’échapper vers son centre.Les scientifiques continuent également leurs observations à l’aide de télescopes spatiaux comme Hubble et Chandra X-ray Observatory. Toutefois, la Nasa a indiqué dans un communiqué que les astronomes amateurs pourraient visualiser l’explosion dans un ciel sombre suffisamment dégagé et à l’aide d’un télescope de 16 pouces quand celle-ci atteindra son pic d’intensité lumineuse.Le 8 avril 2011 à 10:24 • Emmanuel Perrin
PFU S1300i : un scanner nouvelle génération à venirPFU est sur le point de commercialiser un nouveau scanner compatible avec les terminaux Android et iOS et offrant un accès simplifié aux fichiers stockés via le cloud computing.La marque PFU,une filiale de Fujitsu, rendra disponible le 25 mai au Japon un tout nouveau modèle de scanner appartenant à la série ScanSnap, devenue une valeur sûre pour ce type de produit. Le S1300i sera le successeur du S1300, et présente des améliorations conséquentes justifiant ainsi la mise à jour.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Le S1300i sera un scanner compact aux dimensions suivantes : 28 x 99 x 77 cm pour un poids léger de 1,4 kg. Ce nouvel appareil de la gamme ScanSnap offre une meilleure réactivité et il est 1,5 fois plus rapide que son prédécesseur, selon Akihabara News. De plus, autre amélioration notable et en phase avec son temps: ce scanner sera compatible avec la plupart terminaux équipés d’Android et iOS.Le produit de PFU offre une connexion USB et il est possible de télécharger automatiquement tous les documents numérisés dans le cloud depuis des programmes tels que Dropbox, Evernote, Google Doc… Pratique ! Le 21 mai 2012 à 14:41 • Maxime Lambert
Max Allegri has revealed Juventus have not yet hit top form despite maintaining a 100% record to the start of the season.The Bianconeri brushed Young Boys aside 3-0 thanks to a hat-trick from Paulo Dybala.“We started well and took the early lead, only really feeling the danger once, and Wojciech Szczesny did well to push the forward wide when we were temporarily down to 10,” the Coach told JTV and Football Italia.“We had plenty of chances and should’ve scored more goals with greater sharpness when going on the counter.”The undoubted star of the show was Dybala with a hat-trick, becoming only the fourth Juventus player to achieve this feat in the Champions League.Juventus confirm Mario Mandzukic could leave this month Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Sporting director Fabio Paratici confirmed reports that Mario Mandzukic could leave Juventus for a move to an unnamed Qatari team.“I am happy for him, he is improving and playing with greater consistency, but everyone played well this evening and showed maturity against an organised Young Boys side.They are a physical team and tried to block us off in any way possible, so it was tough.“I always said that Dybala’s greatest quality is his ability to make the team play and then go to finish off the move at the end. Tonight he did that brilliantly.”