“The overwhelming and timely response from the public is greatly appreciated,” said Cst Chad NEUSTAETER. This information will be very useful to the ongoing investigation.The lead investigator is continuing the investigation with the information received from the public.The second release from the RCMP on Thursday was looking for three suspects who used a stolen credit card at a local convenience store in August of 2018. A media release was put out Thursday afternoon and by the evening all suspects had been identified.“The public really came through with a quick response,” said Cst Chad NEUSTAETER. “The public’s assistance with identifying the suspects will help the lead investigator deal with this file in a timely manner.The Fort St John RCMP continue to actively investigate this matter.The photo has been removed due to suspects being identified as young offenders. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John RCMP have identified the suspects who stole a school bus and the suspects who used a stolen credit card.On Thursday the RCMP released information about suspects who allegedly stole a school bus on August 26. The bus was taken for a joy ride and left in a rural area, where the RCMP found it. The five suspects caused over $5,000 in damage to the bus.By Thursday evening all the suspects in the incident were identified. read more
NEW DELHI: Amid reports of finalisation of four Lok Sabha candidates by the Congress party in Delhi, sources in both the parties said that there is only one option left for the alliance. The alliance between AAP and Congress in Delhi which has only one hope left which would be if Congress agrees to fight in two seats in Delhi and AAP will fight in other five, said the sources. According to the sources the negotiators from the side of AAP kept this in front of the Congress and the AAP in this formula in Delhi would be ready to accept no alliance in Haryana and Punjab. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murder”AAP is in power in Delhi and we are in opposition in Punjab, we have our self-respect. We have informed that we are ready to not make an alliance in Punjab, Haryana but in Delhi, we want to fight in five seats and Congress can fight in two seats,” said a senior AAP leader. The AAP as the last communication made this clear to the Congress negotiators about this. However, Congress did not comment on this proposal. “The Congress was always ready for the alliance and we have negotiated with much respect despite the difference in opinion. If they agree on giving us three seats in Delhi then we are ready to announce the alliance,” said a senior Congress leader. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsMeanwhile, the confusion continues as the AAP on Wednesday took the stand that the party would not go ahead with the alliance talk anymore. “In Punjab, where we have four MPs and 20 MLAs, a single seat is not being given to us. In Chandigarh, where we got 1.30 lakh votes, they are not giving us a single seat. In Goa, where we got six per cent vote, no seats there either. In Delhi, where the Congress has no presence, they want to give us three seats,” Sanjay Singh said on Wednesday. “AAP initiated because they know they are not able to defeat BJP on their own. They had finished a close second in the last municipal elections. We are ready to fight on our own and will finalise candidates for all seven seats by evening,” said PC Chacko the AICC in-charge of Delhi. read more
Rabat – The Moroccan national football team arrived in Russia on Sunday morning to begin the final round of preparations for 2018 World Cup in Russia, which will kick off on June 14.The Atlas Lions’ airplane took off from Tallinn to Russia after their final pre-World Cup friendly game against Estonia.Upon their arrival in Voronezh, a city 446 kilometer south of Moscow, the Moroccan team was welcomed by Moroccan Ambassador to Russia Abdelkader Lachheb. The Atlas Lions will now start their training sessions to face the hardest group in this year’s tournament: Group B, which includes Iean, Portugal and Spain. In a post-match conference following yesterday match against Estonia, Coach of the Moroccan team, Herve Renard, expressed his dissatisfaction with the performance of some players during the second half.“I am happy for the first half, but we could not keep the pace, we had a bad second half. I also preferred to give a few players a chance. I am not satisfied with the performance of some of them,” said Renard.Despite his dissatisfaction, Renard stressed that his team is ready for the World Cup in Russia. It will be the team’s fifth World Cup appearance after 20 years of absence.Morocco will face Iran on June 15 in St. Petersburg. The Atlas Lions’ second game will be against Portugal on June 20 in Moscow. Morocco will play the last game in the first round of the World Cup against Spain on June 25 in Kaliningrad. read more
Malaysia’s Petronas is close to selling a stake in its Canadian shale gas assets to an Indian company as it looks to share some of the costs of bringing cheap liquefied natural gas from North America to energy-hungry Asia.The state oil firm, which has been expanding abroad to shore up future earnings as production slows at home, bought Canada’s Progress Energy Resources last year in a deal worth around $5-billion that gave it shale gas properties in northeastern British Columbia.“At this point in time it’s very positive but subject to government approval which should happen anytime now,” Petronas Chief Executive Shamsul Azhar Abbas told a briefing on Tuesday, referring to the deal with the Indian company.He declined to give further details.Earlier this year, sources told Reuters that Petronas was in talks to sell 10 percent of its Canadian shale gas assets to Indian Oil Corp.The Malaysian firm has already sold a 10 percent stake in the integrated shale gas development and LNG project to Japan Petroleum Exploration.Shamsul was more cautious about the fate of an $850 million deal to buy a stake in two Brazilian offshore oil blocks controlled by the ailing OGX Petróleo e Gas Participações SA , saying it would wait for a court decision on OGX’s bankruptcy filing before deciding on the plan.The beleaguered Brazilian oil company OGX, owned by former billionaire Eike Batista, sought court protection from creditors last month in what was Latin America’s largest-ever corporate bankruptcy filing.OGX has said that it expected to end up in arbitration over the deal with Petronas.“Right now it is a very sensitive issue, since they’ve already filed. We will wait for the decision,” Shamsul said at Petronas’ quarterly earnings briefing. “We are not in a position to say more than that.”For the three months ended September, Petronas posted a 16 percent rise in net profit from a year ago to 14.47 billion Malaysian ringgit ($4.52 billion), helped by higher demand for crude and a return to production in South Sudan.Total quarterly domestic and international output reached 2.06 million barrels of oil equivalent, up from 1.90 million a year ago, as the Fortune 500 company resumed operations in South Sudan and ramped up output in Malaysia, Iraq and Canada.In the first nine months of the year, production was up 6 percent from the corresponding year-ago period.“For this year we did not see any production coming out of South Sudan but we were given a surprise,” Shamsul said, adding that higher production levels and foreign exchange gains were expected to boost results for the full year.© Thomson Reuters 2013 read more
OTTAWA – While this week’s water-cooler chatter on Parliament Hill was all about the Trudeau family and whether Sophie Gregoire Trudeau should have more taxpayer-funded staff, policy-makers were quietly wrestling with bread-and-butter issues.Will the signing of an obscure United Nations declaration make a tangible difference in the quality of life for aboriginal Canadians and open the door for more efficient resource development?Will enhanced employment insurance provisions, meant to offset the fallout of low oil prices, now become a more permanent vehicle?Will the Liberals’ inclination to help with Gregoire Trudeau’s workload spur enthusiasm for making it easier for women everywhere to get to work?Here’s how politics affected Canadians in their everyday lives this week:WOMEN’S WORK: Gregoire Trudeau’s plea for more staff to help with her mountain of invitations for public engagement made sense to a lot of Liberals — although not to the opposition.As spouse of the prime minister with three young children on hand, she should be supported in her promotion of worthy projects, government ministers argued. There was a feminist tone to some of the defence — that the work of a prime minister’s wife, or anyone’s wife, should not be undervalued.Support for other families and their workloads is proceeding at a slower pace. The federal government has promised $400 million next year for the provinces and territories to put towards a national child care agreement. Word came this week that the broad strokes of the agreement would be shaped by this summer, setting the stage for bilateral agreements between Ottawa and each province to eventually create quality, affordable child-care spaces.Still up in the air is whether Ottawa will — or should — impose national standards in the spending of the daycare money, or whether a province-by-province patchwork of daycare systems will suffice.The government’s hope is two-fold: that more and better daycare eases problems for many families; and that more women will enter the workforce, bolstering Canada’s growth at a time when the country could really use a boost.UNDRIP: Canada officially adopted the non-binding United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples this week — a move long-sought by Aboriginal Peoples across the country and even welcomed by the oil and gas sector as a path towards moving ahead with resource development.Government ministers were immediately asked what it would actually mean in real terms. They talked about “breathing life” into constitutional protections for Aboriginal Peoples, and involving them in government decision-making.But the Assembly of First Nations says the declaration should give First Nations the right to say No to pipelines, resource developments or other projects that take place on their traditional lands.The declaration can’t be ignored. Aboriginal leaders have frequently turned to the United Nations for support when they run into trouble with the federal government. At a time when the federal government is lobbying for a seat on the United Nations Security Council, a UN declaration takes on added significance — even if it has no legal weight all by itself.EI ON THE FLY: Alberta was perplexed by the federal budget’s measure to extend employment insurance to certain struggling oil communities in the province, but not others — such as Edmonton, where large numbers of workers connected to the oil industry live. This week, we’ve learned the formula used to determine who should get the EI-plus package, which gives five weeks of extra benefits to unemployed workers in regions hurt by a prolonged downturn.It turns out that Edmonton, along with southern Saskatchewan and B.C.’s southern interior, now qualify. Struggling St. Catharines, Ont., is on the cusp of following suit, even though the EI measures were initially intended for the oilpatch.As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau toured the devastated areas of Fort McMurray on Friday, the costs of the double hit to Canada’s richest province were still sinking in. With the wildfire coming at the same time as depressed prices for commodities, pressure on Ottawa to help is still mounting. Daycare, a UN declaration and EI: 3 ways politics touched us this week by Heather Scoffield, The Canadian Press Posted May 13, 2016 3:00 pm MDT Last Updated May 14, 2016 at 5:40 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more
Nominations are being sought for awards recognizing outstanding leadership and mentorship in the Faculty of Graduate Studies.Recipients of the 2017 Graduate Mentorship Awards and the Marilyn Rose Graduate Leadership Award will be announced during Brock’s 12th annual Mapping the New Knowledges (MNK) Graduate Student Research Conference on April 11.Nominations for the awards, which honour faculty, staff and students, are open until March 10.Marilyn Rose Graduate Leadership Award: The award recognizes faculty, staff and students for their work and leadership in enhancing the graduate studies experience at Brock.Now in its third year, the award is named in honour Marilyn Rose, Brock’s dean of Graduate Studies from 2005 to 2011. Rose passed away in July 2015.All members of the Brock community may submit nominations.Award winners receive $500.Graduate Mentorship Awards:The award honours and recognizes the essential role of mentorship in graduate education by faculty supervisors in two categories: Mentorship of master’s students only and mentorship of both master’s and PhD students.Graduate students are invited to submit nominations.Award winners received $1,000 to assist with ongoing graduate student mentorship.Since the Graduate Mentorship Awards were established in 2011, more than 60 nominations have been submitted with 12 awards presented to date.More information about the awards and the nomination process is available on the MNK awards website. read more
Some Romanian handball pages wrote earlier today that two Oltchim players, Alexandrina Barbosa and Silvia Navarro terminated their contracts with the team due unpaid salaries. Spanish left back and goalkeeper came to Romania last summer to make final step to the EFH Champions League’s trophy but financial problems in Romanian TOP team obviously made this impossible…On the way out from the Romanian team is also Katarina Bulatovic…source and photo: Susţine handbalul românesc ← Previous Story Swedish goalkeeper Kapellin to play for Qatar at WCH 2015? Next Story → Marco Oneto hospitalized in Germany Alexandrina Barbosa and Silvia NavarroOltchim Valcea read more
TWO INMATES MADE a daring daylight escape from a prison northwest of Montreal in a hijacked helicopter, then led police in a car chase and exchanged gunfire at a rural cabin before they were finally recaptured, authorities have said.Police said the helicopter pilot was held hostage in the Sunday jailbreak and was not a suspect. He was treated for shock at a hospital.“This is the first time this has occurred in a Quebec facility,” said Yves Galarneau, correctional services manager of the Saint-Jerome prison.Galarneau said there are no security measures in place at the prison to prevent a helicopter from swooping down from above.Yves Le Roux, president of the helicopter rental company, Passport-Hélico, said that two men posing as tourists pulled a gun on the pilot, 23-year-old Sebastien Foray, and told him to fly over the prison.The hijackers used a rope to hoist two prisoners, 36-year-old Benjamin Hudon-Barbeau and 33-year-old Danny Provencal, from inside the gates.The escapees dangled from the helicopter before it landed in an open field where they were able to hop aboard. Le Roux said one of the convicts got tangled in the rope, upside-down, and may have been hurt.They took off again and the pilot switched on an emergency signal during the flight to alert authorities before landing the chopper in Mont-Tremblant, about 85 kilometres away from the prison, Le Roux added.Police said they followed the helicopter until it landed, and then chased a car until it reached a rural cabin.Shootout“When they got out of their vehicle they started shooting at police officers,” Richard said.Two of the suspects then broke into the cabin and the residents fled unharmed.Hudon-Barbeau and another suspect were arrested at the scene and Provencal surrendered peacefully after barricading himself in a building for several hours. Another suspect was arrested on a nearby highway.The two alleged accomplices and the two escaped convicts appeared in court yesterday but did not enter a plea. Their next court appearance is on 16 April.Police said the charges include attempted murder, hijacking an aircraft, evasion, possession of restricted weapons, and breaking and entering.Hudon-Barbeau was serving time on firearms related charges, but it was not immediately clear what Provencal was convicted of.Both prisoners, however, have long criminal records. Hudon-Barbeau has ties to the Hells Angels biker gang, according to Quebec court records.In January 2012, the Quebec Court of Appeal overturned a 2010 attempted murder conviction against Hudon-Barbeau when the key witness retracted her testimony.Helicopter escapesAlthough the helicopter jailbreak is a first for Quebec, its use in escapes is nothing new.A helicopter swooped down on a prison courtyard in Greece last month as armed men on board fired on guards and lowered a rope to help a convicted killer make his fourth attempt to escape from the prison. But the plot was foiled after the prisoner was shot and the chopper was forced to land in the prison’s parking lot.In 1971, New York businessman Joel David Kaplan used a chopper to escape from a Mexican jail and went on to write a book about it.The prison at the centre of Sunday’s escape in Quebec is a provincial detention centre with a maximum-security wing.Read: Penguin breaks out of Tokyo aquarium > read more
West Ham midfielder Robert Snodgrass aims to carry over his promising form into 2019 ahead of today’s game against BrightonThe 31-year-old arrived at West Ham in 2017 from Hull City but struggled to make an impact.After spending last season on loan at English Championship side Aston Villa, Snodgrass returned in the summer upon Pellegrini’s appointment as manager.The Chilean then advised Snodgrass to lose weight and he has since been left impressed by what he’s seen.The Scotsman has now started 14 of their 20 Premier League games along with adding two goals and three assists in the process.“I don’t think I had to win anyone over,” said Snodgrass on the club website.“Everybody started with a clean slate and it was a case that the manager said he was going to give everybody a fair chance.Liverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“If you looked at our squad, everybody has been used this season on numerous occasions so it’s one of those ones where I believed in myself.“Football is up and down, but you’ve just got to be doing the best you can to take the chances when they come.“For me, the biggest thing is trying to get in the team and then try to kick on and contribute and show why the club bought me in the first place, which was to assist in goals.“I am doing that and working hard to continue to do that. That’s the biggest thing for me.“It’s nothing about that first season or anything; it’s this season and I feel as if I have proven that with goals and assists.“That’s what you want to be doing, you want to be trying to help your forwards and I’m doing that right now. Long may it continue.”The West Ham and Brighton match will begin at 20:45 (CET) at the London Stadium. read more
Regards,Hon Sean R. AstwoodDeputy PremierMinister of Border Control and Employment Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Crime is not political and for your Government it will remain a top national concern and issue that requires urgent attention. We remain a well sought out tourist destination and we are committed to ensuring that our country is safe for all our residents and tourists alike. We are all in this together and we must do our part to maintain law and order. Recommended for you Related Items:#magneticmedianews Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, February 6, 2017 – Crime continues to be a serious issue in our Country. The most recent reports of criminal activities over the weekend, which includes the robbery and assault on one of our former Premiers, has left many of our residents with little sense of security and deep outrage. As Acting Premier, I want to expressed some of the more immediate actions needed to bring back a sense of normalcy and peace to our residents. One of these actions is the need for more visible police patrols throughout our residential communities and commercial areas and for vigilance on the part of everyone.These immediate suggestion does not take away from our long-term plan to support the constitutional and operational custodians of national security. This upcoming Budget will show and we have already shown our commitment to providing much needed resources. In fact, our Premier is away in the UK on separate Brexit Talks but organised a bilateral today with the Minister with responsibility for OTs, Baroness Anelay where she spoke mainly on the issue of national security and the need for greater support from the UK.Over the next few weeks, you will see portions of our 12 Point Crime Plan rolled out through policies that we as a Government can initiate. We have already begun to make representation in the National Security Council and will hold meetings for a pointed dialogue as promised (through a Task Force) in the Throne Speech.Whilst we will and have called on the Police to play their role more forcefully, in order to effectively reduce crime, we also need the help and cooperation of you, the residents of our Country. We need parents and guardians to set curfews for the minors that reside in your homes. We need you to be knowledgeable of their activities, the persons they associate with, and question the origin of items brought in your homes. We encourage residents to set up neighborhood watches. We ask those of you who have knowledge of some of these criminal acts to utilize 1800 8477 Crime Stoppers and anonymously report crimes and criminals. We cannot continue to allow an atmosphere for criminals to thrive. ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDT The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo read more
Soy growers showed support for the Presidential Advisory Council on Infrastructure and urged President Donald Trump to include voices from the rural community and representatives with expertise in the area.The American Soybean Association (ASA), as part of the Rebuild Rural Coalition signed a letter to President Donald Trump last week, along with more than 200 other agriculture organizations, underscoring the importance of the President’s investment in our nation’s infrastructure.“It is imperative that this Council study and make recommendations regarding the appropriate level of federal and private-sector investment in infrastructure projects impacting both urban and rural America including surface transportation, aviation, locks and dams, ports and waterways, agricultural research, broadband, energy, healthcare, housing and water –– all critical areas of focus our Coalition has raised with the National Economic Council and on Capitol Hill –– throughout this year,” the groups state in the letter.Click here to read the entire letter. read more
3:42 Enlarge ImageThe upcoming tie-in book Stranger Things: Darkness on the Edge of Town will reveals more of Chief Hopper’s secrets. Netflix Netflix’s mysterious show about monsters invading Hawkins, Indiana, and the kids who fight them will return with season 3 in July, but until then fans can read all about Chief Jim Hopper’s backstory in a new Stranger Things tie-in novel.Netflix announced on Friday that the prequel novel Stranger Things: Darkness on the Edge of Town will offer more details about the character played on the series by David Harbour.”When Eleven gets curious about unanswered questions, Hopper is forced to reckon with some long-buried secrets,” Netflix tweeted.Darkness of the Edge of Town will “follow Hopper during his time “as a homicide detective in New York City, 1977,” according to the book’s author Adam Christopher.The novel will hit bookstores on June 4, which is plenty of time to read it before Stranger Things season 3 debuts on July 4. 0 50 Photos TV and Movies New Netflix Stranger Things season 3 teaser reveals episode titles Get more glimpses of Stranger Things 3 in new Netflix video New Stranger Things books to shed light on the Upside Down Now playing: Watch this: Share your voice 2019 TV shows you can’t miss David Harbour shows he’s not afraid to have a good laugh Stranger Things: Suspicious Minds by Gwenda Bond is already in bookstores. The book focuses on Eleven’s mother, Terry Ives, who was involved with covert experiments at the secret government facility in the late 1960s. Suspicious Minds also explains how Terry ended up in the catatonic state we saw her in during the first season of Stranger Things.There’s also a new guide titled Stranger Things: World Turned Upside Down: The Official Behind-the-Scenes Companion, which came out in 2018. Looking for more info on Stranger Things season 3? Check out our complete guide here. It’s worth noting that this isn’t the first Stranger Things tie-in book fans can dig into before the season 3 premiere. Tags More Stranger Things Post a comment Netflix read more
The brother-in-law Sudhakar has tried to marry the woman forcibly. As she refused, he raped her several times, and also threatened to kill her sister and parents if she discloses this matter with anyone. Over unable to bear the harassment of Sudhakar, the woman who is studying degree second year has allegedly committed suicide. Sudhakar has married her elder sister five years ago. As her health condition is not well, both are residing at the in-law’s house. In this context, Sudhakar’s focus shifted to sister-in-law and forced her to marry him. When she refused, he raped her several times. Also Read – TDP to open shelters for victims of attacks Advertise With Us Recently, Sudhakar has fought with his wife as their parents were looking for a marriage proposal to her sister. He threatened her that he would expose the intimate videos of her sister along with him and pressured wife to get her sister to marry him. On seeing Sudhakar’s actual behaviour, they have not accepted for the second marriage. With this, Sudhakar’s harassment has increased, over unable to bear it, the girl has committed suicide by hanging herself in the house. The relatives of the woman said that they had warned Sudhakar many times, but he didn’t change and demanded strict actions against him. Over receiving the information, the police reached the spot, registered a case and investigating further. read more
‘The Eternal Radha’ is Suhas’s concept of a mysterious heroine, an image of a perfect woman who is intriguingly garbed as a muse in his works. He recreates the beauty of nature and stirs the romantic version of the classic in two dimensions in his paintings. He also focuses his portrayal of the female subjects in his works with a special, pristine agelessness. Suhas puts a vital rhythm into the visual sensation, the dynamic equilibrium of forms, the virtues of distinct serenity, and an unruffled essence of form in his recent works. All the creations are a visual extravaganza with the muse Radha displayed in varying forms. Suhas’ works of art include a skilful execution, varied techniques, adept brush strokes, and the subtle and interesting use of colours. Their fluid strokes immediately elicit a dialogue with the viewer because of their appeal on the visual statement and the underlying mystique of tradition and symbolism embodied in the treatment of their subjects.When: 6 January till 31 January, 11.00 amWhere: Dhoomimal City Gallery read more
They also told Brown he’s amazing and ‘setting them a great example of being a hard working parent’.Others simply expressed their empathy.As a single mom, i do feel your pain — Just Lee (@Lydia_Lornaptx) April 16, 2018 One of the Fab Five himself | Photo: YouTube/NowThis News Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) On Monday (16 April) morning, he tweeted about being a single dad on the road. It garnered a lot of supportive and heartwarming replies.I’ve been traveling a lot for work lately which is great…but as a single dad it’s really hard to leave my sons constantly! Every decision I make is to better their lives but that still doesn’t stop the guilt I feel for being on the road. Any parents out there who get my pain? pic.twitter.com/dRSabfG0Gs— Karamo Brown (@KaramoBrown) April 16, 2018‘I’ve been traveling a lot for work lately which is great,’ he began.‘But as a single dad it’s really hard to leave my sons constantly! Every decision I make is to better their lives but that still doesn’t stop the guilt I feel for being on the road. Any parents out there who get my pain?’The first season of Queer Eye branched out from the original series and stepped away from New York City. It took place in Georgia instead. The show, which was renewed for a second season, may move to a new location once more.They’re inspired by youMany people responded to Brown’s tweet, offering him support, love, and kind words. Both single parents and children of single parents reassured him that guilt was natural, but he’s still a good person.I’m not a parent but I’m the daughter of a hardworking and selfless father who worked long hours to give me the best possible start in life. I’m sure they’re just as proud and inspired by you as I am by my dad, keep doing you and bettering yourself every day — Sophie Lyon (@lyonsophie_) April 16, 2018One user, Sophie, told Brown she believes his sons are ‘just as proud and inspired by you’ as she is by her own single father.Another, Kat, said that parent guilt is ‘real’.Parent guilt is REAL. You’re amazing though and are setting them a great example of being a hard working parent. I’m sure they understand, or they will one day — Kat Ketchum (@katketchumm) April 16, 2018 Queer Eye has quickly become a beloved new Netflix series, but there’s one downside for Karamo Brown, one of the new Fab Five. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Beautiful family I always feel guilty when I travel without my 2 boys, I think most parents do.— Denise P. (@dap428) April 16, 2018 Every second I spend away from my daughter I feel totally guilty. I feel you xx— Mel (@wheetabixwoman) April 16, 2018 GAYSTARNEWS- Feel your pain doll! I’m a single mom to my amazing 4 yr old daughter & travel for work A LOT…so hard but know it’s for her #wedowhatwemust #examples #work— Corinne Geiger (@CorinneN2193) April 16, 2018 They look extremely happy!! You’re a great Dad, it shows through their eyes. Guilt will always be a part of parenting, but we do our best and it shows that you do. Beautiful family! — beautyandtheblade (@lebeehyve) April 16, 2018Finally, one user, Leanne, gave the best advice: ‘So be kind to yourself. Love matters the most. That’s what they remember.’I think all single parents worry about not giving their kids the time they wish they could, while out working. Even two parent homes when living in such expensive times and having to work just as much. So be kind to yourself. Love matters the most. That’s what they remember. — Leanne Barbon (@LeanneBarbon) April 16, 2018 Queer Eye’s Karamo on fatherhood and why he doesn’t identify as queerWatch the Queer Eye fab five make over Netflix nerds in a bonus mini-episodeKaramo Brown from Queer Eye is releasing a line of gender-neutral bomber jacketsRead the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/karamo-brown-guilty-sons-queer-eye/ read more
August 08 , 2019 Opinion: Poland and Turkey have much in common wit … U.S. ends tomato suspension agreement, will impose … You might also be interested in U.S.: Late season Ruby Frost apple variety gives r … The Tomato Suspension Agreement proposed by the U.S. Department of Commerce in July has deeply flawed provisions, according to the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas (FPAA).The group said those provisions “infringe upon federal laws and are unlikely to survive antitrust and other legal actions that are sure to arise”.However, it believes that the Mexican growers’ proposal from August 5 “identifies a path forward that greatly reduces FPAA’s antitrust concerns” and “deserves full consideration by Commerce”, said FPAA president Lance Jungmeyer.“We have made two trips to Washington to meet with the Department of Commerce to explain how the Commerce proposal gives unfair advantage to one type of U.S. seller of Mexican tomatoes over other U.S. sellers of Mexican tomatoes, yet the unjustifiable provisions remain,” said Jungmeyer.“The Commerce proposal would allow repackers to profiteer on the condition of Mexican tomatoes at destination. By contrast, the new Mexican proposal provides a clear path to remove defective tomatoes from the marketplace. This is a step in the right direction.” Zespri operating revenue exceeds NZ$3B for first t … FPAA believes that Commerce is going “beyond its statutory authority” – particularly with sales price adjustments for defective tomatoes.It says Commerce’s proposal ” tramples on the rights of U.S. buyers and sellers of Mexican tomatoes to claim damages for breach of contract”, which are protected under U.S. law, including the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act (PACA).Addressing another provision, FPAA firmly believes a new suspension agreement must remove the mandate for USDA to inspect every imported lot of Mexican tomatoes, an action that the Mexican government has said would invite reciprocal inspections on U.S. agricultural products.Indeed, inspections of Mexican tomatoes would “accomplish nothing”, it said. This is because USDA records show that 99% of tomatoes meet standards upon arrival at customers’ warehouse, it explained.FTE says Commerce’s proposed Mexican tomato deal “a good starting point”The Florida Tomato Exchange (FTE) in July welcomed Commerce’s proposal, saying it would protect domestic farmers from dumped Mexican tomatoes.”The Department’s July 17 proposal is a good starting point to resume negotiations with the Mexican industry,” the group said.”The proposal moves negotiations forward on a constructive basis by recognizing the need for a more enforceable agreement. A robust and enforceable structure is the only way the domestic industry will be able to support a new suspension agreement.” read more
There are no “ready solutions” to resolve the issue of noise pollution from nightclubs and bars during the tourism season but amendments are to be made that could alleviate some of the problems, Interior Minister Constantinos Petrides said on Monday.However, changes are not likely in time for this summer since the relevant bill has been with the Legal Service for three months but they will not be able to see it through in time to get to the plenum for a vote before recess in July, MPs heard.Authorities say they are unable to apply the existing law, since there is a gap that does not allow for prosecution, and there is no sure-fire way to record noise limits.Addressing the committee, Petrides said the relevant law of 2016 was inapplicable in that there is no central control body and no way right now to place decibel meters at nightspots. There was also an issue of enforcement, he said.“The ministry has drafted a bill with amendments that largely resolve some issues,” Petrides said, but not all. He mentioned the possibility of three different licensing levels depending on area and other conditions for playing loud music.Noise pollution in summer has been an issue for years mainly in Paphos and Ayia Napa where hotel guests are often disturbed by loud music from clubs and pubs. On the flip side places like Ayia Napa have been opposed to regulation in general as the resort depends heavily on nightlife for its tourism, attracting the younger crowds.The other major issue has always been the non-use of decibel meters with music venues pushing for changes to the law to ensure that the meters will be legally used by police and other officials since often, venues are booked by police who are literally gauging noise levels by ear.“There is currently a fragmentation of responsibilities for the issue of noise,” Petrides said, so one of the first steps will be to assign a control body which will be responsible for policy. The bill provides that this will be the new deputy ministry for tourism, formerly the CTO.Newly appointed Justice Minister George Savvides said there was no legal framework for the law to be properly implemented this summer.“All that can be done is the application of the existing penal code and a few changes within the police force, which however has some staffing problems,” he said.On behalf of the police, assistant chief of staff Christakis Mavris said police needed to be freed up from certain tasks such as monitoring noise pollution, and smoking violations, which, he added should be handed over to local authorities so that police can fight serious crime.Diko MP Panicos Leonidou said the 2016 legislation was not adequate and that law enforcement did not have the means to record noise to see whether a complaint was justified. He suggested roping in the labour inspection department or outsourcing to the private sector.Elam MP Linos Papayiannis said his party had tabled a proposal in September 2016 to set up a tourist police force to address the gaps that exist, not just for noise pollution but in general when it comes to tourism.“Since September 2016 the issue has not been discussed and there seems to be no intention of discussing it,” he said. You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoSmart Tips DailySeniors With No Life Insurance May Get A $250,000 Policy If They Do ThisSmart Tips DailyUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboola read more
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