About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say West Ham boss Pellegrini on Brighton draw: Absolute frustrationby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveWest Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini admitted frustration after their 2-2 draw with Brighton.The Irons came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 thanks to Marko Arnautovic’s brace.Pellegrini said, “I’m absolutely frustrated. “The most important way that Brighton scores is from set pieces, they had seven goals form corners, and we allowed them to score two goals this way. I don’t remember any other chances for them, but we didn’t create in the first 45 minutes.”
Real Madrid coach Solari frustrated after Villarreal draw: We had it in our handsby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveReal Madrid coach Santiago Solari admitted frustration after their 2-2 draw with Villarreal.Santi Cazorla scored twice as Villarreal denied Real Madrid a chance to reduce the gap to La Liga leaders Barcelona.Cazorla’s curler earned the hosts an early lead before Karim Benzema’s header made it 1-1 after seven minutes.Raphael Varane’s header put Real ahead, but Cazorla’s late header moved Villarreal out of the relegation zone. Solari said, “We had it in our hands, we had to kill the match, then they pressed and scored the equaliser, they squeezed a lot, they are at home, they need the points. They attacked very well and we lacked depth.”On his decision to substitute Luka Modric, Solari explained, “He has given everything, Modric played with flu and has given us a lot of energy, everything he had, he made a great effort and a great match, when you leave everything you do not have energy for 90 minutes. “There are other players that can play, they are not Ballon d’Ors, but (Fede) Valverde at the moment he entered gave us energy and control, he has that stride and we are happy with the contribution of the youth.” About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say
zoom Greek ship owner and operator Byzantine Maritime Corp. has decided to enter the tanker market as it placed an order for an LR2 tanker at South Korean shipbuilder Daehan Shipbuilding, according to data provided by VesselsValue.Featuring 114,900 dwt, the ECO tanker is scheduled to join its owner in 2017.Byzantine Maritime, which ordered the vessel for a price of USD 45 million, has an option for a second LR2 tanker at the same yard.If exercised, the second ship would be added to the company’s fleet in 2018.The shipowner operates a fleet of 11 Supramax bulk carriers, each of which feature around 56,000 dwt.Built between 2008 and 2014, the company’s bulkers have a total market value of some USD 145.2 million, according to VesselsValue.World Maritime News Staff
OTTAWA — The international economic group that oversees a global anti-bribery convention says it’s monitoring the allegations that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau interfered in a criminal prosecution against SNC-Lavalin.The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development says it is concerned by accusations that Trudeau and staff in his office tried to persuade former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould to let the Quebec engineering giant negotiate a remediation agreement rather than pursue the firm on criminal charges of bribery and fraud.SNC-Lavalin is accused of bribing Libyan officials to win a $58-million contract to restore a water pipeline.Wilson-Raybould says multiple people from Trudeau’s office, the finance minister’s office and the Privy Council Office all put sustained, improper pressure on her to change her mind about pursuing a criminal trial for the firm.Trudeau and his staff deny anything improper occurred, saying they only wanted to make sure Wilson-Raybould had information about the impact on jobs and wanted her to seek an outside expert opinion on remediation agreements which are a brand new tool in Canada’s criminal law.The Anti-Bribery Convention, which Canada signed onto in 1999, establishes international standards to criminalize the bribery of foreign officials and the OECD says it is closely monitoring the outcome of the investigations into the SNC-Lavalin affair.The Canadian Press
A number of stars have signed an open letter calling for the UK Government to help reduce the suffering of those with mental ill health by increasing investment into the provision of mental health services.Among those who have signed the letter are Bob Geldof, Ruby Wax, Matt Lucas, Joanna Lumley, Sir Ian McKellen, Danny Boyle, Mumford & Sons, Bill Nighy, Graham Norton, Richard Curtis, Alan Rickman, Jennifer Saunders, Dawn French, Richard E. Grant, Miranda Hart, Lenny Henry, Annie Lennox and many more.“As ministers make final decisions on the Spending Review, we urge them to treat mental health equally with physical health,” reads the letter. “We ask for the same right to timely access to evidence based treatment as those with physical health problems.“We accept, and urge ministers to accept, that this will require additional investment in mental health services. But we are strongly persuaded that sustained investment in mental health services will lead to significant returns for the Exchequer, both by reducing the burden on the NHS through the improved wellbeing of our citizens, and by helping people to stay in, or get back into work.”To read the full letter, and sign the petition, click here.
“In the long-standing debate over the proper place for civil society in the United Nations, I think we can all agree that the work for children is one area where the role of NGOs is beyond question,” Mr. Annan told representatives of these organizations attending the General Assembly’s special session on children, which opened today in New York. The Secretary-General welcomed the fact that so many young people were actively involved in the special session. “Never before have so many children participated in United Nations activities or have addressed the General Assembly,” he observed. “Never before have so many young people taken such an energetic part in so many roundtables and other supporting events.” Noting that the session is expected to culminate in the adoption of an outcome document, “A World Fit for Children,” Mr. Annan said NGOs would have “an especially crucial” role to play in translating the text’s promises into reality. “Just as you have been so active in promoting the implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, we will look to you to act as watchdogs and monitor progress in implementing the promises that have been made at this session,” he said, adding, “Do keep us on our toes.”
“In this moment of great anxiety, I want to make it clear: there is no alternative to the two-state solution. There is no Plan B,” said Mr. Guterres, speaking to the press at UN Headquarters in New York. In his remarks, the UN chief noted that it is only by realizing the vision of two states “living side-by-side in peace, security and mutual recognition, with Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and Palestine, and all final status issues resolved permanently through negotiations,” that the legitimate aspirations of both peoples will be achieved. “I understand the deep attachment that Jerusalem holds in the hearts of so many people. It has been so for centuries and it will always be,” he added.I will do everything in my power to support the Israeli and Palestinian leaders to return to meaningful negotiations and to realize this vision of a lasting peace for both people. He also noted that since he took up his post as UN Secretary-General, he has consistently spoken out against any unilateral measures that would jeopardize the prospect of peace for Israelis and Palestinians. “For my part as the UN Secretary-General, I will do everything in my power to support the Israeli and Palestinian leaders to return to meaningful negotiations and to realize this vision of a lasting peace for both people,” he stated.
The Taoiseach said he spoke to Shatter yesterday – “I speak to him all the time” – but that he didn’t raise the issue of severance pay.“He’ll do the right thing anyway, I expect.”Kenny also denied accusations that the decision to speak publicly on the issue twice yesterday didn’t indicate a breakdown of relationships in the party.Shatter is entitled to €70,282 worth of these payments.If accepted, he could receive roughly €4,392 every month for six months.After this, the rate decreases to €2,928 for 12 months, and finally €1,464 for six months.This is the equivalent of one year’s ministerial salary spread across two years, paid at decreasing rates.Shatter is also entitled to a pension worth €18,139 from just his Ministerial service, payable from when he reaches pensionable age.Read: Will Alan Shatter take his severance pay? He has “no comment at this time” >More: How much are Alan Shatter’s pension and severance payments worth? > Updated at 9.07amALAN SHATTER COULD be about to break his silence on whether he will be accepting just over €70,000 of severance payments.The former Minister for Justice has told RTÉ’s Morning Ireland that he will be making a statement on the matter later this afternoon.Shatter’s office yesterday told TheJournal.ie that he had “no comment at this time” on the matter.The announcement will take place after the election broadcast moratorium this afternoon.Speaking to reporters this morning, Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore said he would be surprised if Shatter didn’t do the “honourable thing on this issue”.“I’ve never been in any doubt about his intentions”, he said.He was a party to the decision that ended the severance payments, it’s just my belief and from what I know of him that he would honour the decision.
Amazon has been quiet through the latest string of cloud-based music announcements, but today they let loose news that Amazon Cloud Drive users will now get unlimited storage for their back catalogue of music as well as all Amazon MP3 purchases and downloads, meaning you can buy and buy and none of those purchases will count towards your storage quota.Amazon hasn’t said or done much with Amazon Cloud Drive or Cloud Player since they launched the service. Shortly after, Google launched Google Music, then Apple unveiled iCloud, and now Spotify is coming to the US. Whether Amazon’s plan was in the works for months or this is a reaction isn’t clear. Still, people who use Amazon Cloud Drive – or who signed up for it but haven’t loaded it up yet because of storage concerns may reconsider using the service now.AdChoices广告Amazon Cloud Drive still offers 5GB of free storage to every Amazon customer. If you purchase a song from Amazon MP3 however, the song is automatically added to your Cloud Drive, and you won’t get docked for the space that song requires. It’s important to note that this unlimited storage for all of your music only comes with the purchase of a storage plan, with the lowest tier being 20GB for $20 per year. The goal is to make the combination of Amazon MP3, Amazon Cloud Drive, and Amazon Cloud Player even more competitive.Plus, Amazon took the wraps off of their Cloud Player for Web, optimized for the iPad. Currently you can access Cloud Player on your Android phone or tablet, or your Mac or PC, but iOS devices like the iPhone and iPad have been off limits. Cloud Player for Web works with the iPad and allows you to stream music from your Cloud Drive right to your iPad.Amazon still offers subscription plans for more storage if you want to upload your own music or files. Plans start from $20.00/month for 20GB and go up to $1,000/year for 1TB. Users who purchased a song from Amazon MP3 and got their storage bumped up to 20GB as part of the launch promotion will get to keep their space.Read more at Amazon
Despite a disappointing display in their recent friendlies against both Spain and Brazil over the international break, Germany have maintained their lead at the top of the latest FIFA rankingsThe 2014 World Cup winners have kept their place at the top of the rankings with Brazil following them in second place.Belgium have overtaken both Portugal and Argentina into third place, who are both now fourth and fifth respectively.Switzerland and France have jumped up two places to sixth and seventh and have caused Spain to drop to eight place and just ahead of ninth-place Chile.Top 5 Bundesliga players to watch during the weekend Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 11, 2019 With the international activity cooling down for the next month, we go back to the Bundesliga’s Top 5 players to watch next weekend.The German…Tunisia and Uruguay have both experienced big jumps in the latest rankings and are now placed in fourteenth and seventeenth places respectively, while England are in thirteenth position.FIFA RankingsGermany 1.533 pointsBrazil 1.384Belgium 1.346Portugal 1.306Argentina 1.254Switzerland 1.179France 1.166Spain 1.162Chile 1.146Poland 1.118Peru 1.106Denmark 1.054England 1.040Tunisia 1.012Mexico 1.008Colombia 989Uruguay 976Croatia 975Holland 969Italy 947(Data obtained by Mundo Deportivo)
ASA joined more than 30 other farm and food organizations this week in a letter to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and U.S. Trade Representative Ambassador Michael Froman outlining the agriculture and food industry’s Statement of Core Principles for a Successful TPPAgreement, which are “are aimed at ensuring that the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations fulfill the promise of a high-quality agreement that can serve as a standard for future trade agreements” say the groups.The Core Principles have been been endorsed by groups representing the vast majority of U.S. producers, processors and exporters of food and agricultural goods, including ASA and other oilseed and row crop groups, livestock and dairy groups, specialty crops, retail organizations and food companies.Below is a full copy of the letter and the Core Principles.[gview file=”https://soygrowers.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/TPP-Ag-Letter-Core-Principles-7-15-13.pdf”]
Jordan Johnson is a senior at the School Without Walls High School in the Northwest quadrant of the District of Columbia and like many seniors; she is looking forward to attending college. Jordan has opted to attend a historically Black college and university (HBCU), and is proud of her decision to do so.Jordan Johnson is a senior at D.C.’s School Without Walls. (Courtesy Photo/DCPS)“People may knock down certain schools, but I’m going to be somewhere where I will be comfortable,” Jordan said. Jordan isn’t alone with her assessment.On Dec. 7, 2016, School Without Walls hosted an HBCU Summit and College Fair for students in all District high schools. Hundreds of students, including Jordan, listened to speakers Keneshia Grant, a Howard University political scientist who received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Florida A&M University (FAMU); Keith Perry, a H.D. Woodson High School, Morehouse College, and Howard Law School graduate; and others.The students were able to interact with HBCU alumni and network with admissions officials from Bowie State University, Morgan State University, Jackson State University, Grambling University, Spelman College, and Tuskegee University.DCPS’ School Without Walls hosted an HBCU Summit and College FairPerry, the executive director of the National Bar Association, said if a student wants to go to an HBCU, they should go for it. “I wanted to be able to talk with them and explain to them that there are people who have walked the same path and explain to them that there’s a path to success academically,” he said.The District’s Black residents have long had relationships with HBCUs. The city’s first HBCU was Miner Normal School, founded in 1851 for “colored girls” and through the years, Miner evolved through mergers and consolidations to become the University of the District of Columbia in 1975 by an act of the D.C. Council. Howard University, considered one of the leading HBCUs in the country, was founded in 1867 by Gen. Oliver Otis Howard, head of the Freedmen’s Bureau.A number of District leaders have received their education at HBCUs, with D.C. Council members Kenyan McDuffie (D-Ward 5) graduating from Howard and Trayon White (D-Ward 8) and Brandon Todd (D-Ward 4) receiving their bachelor’s degrees from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and Bowie State University, respectively.Former D.C. Mayors Walter Washington and Sharon Pratt went to Howard University for their bachelor’s degrees and its law school, while Marion S. Barry graduated from LeMoyne College and received his master’s degree from Fisk University.While Perry used his undergraduate experience at Morehouse for success in law school, James McClelland Jr., an internal controls and processes manager at Fannie Mae, told the AFRO his bachelor’s degree in accounting from North Carolina A&T University helped him do well getting his master of science degree in accounting at Michigan State University (MSU).“On the academic front, my undergraduate course load was strong enough to the point where I had already taken some of the classes required for my master’s degree at A&T,” McClelland, a graduate of Dunbar High School, said. “It made matriculating through my master’s program a lot easier when compared to some of my peers from other schools, including the MSU undergrads in the program with me.”McClelland, a CPA, said the confidence he gained at A&T helped him become a leader at MSU and in his professional life. McClelland said, “An HCBU experience is second to none. The family environment helps tremendously; the professors and administrators are personally vested in the success of students and you aren’t considered a number. The quality of education is just as strong if not stronger than non-HBCUs. There are several lifelong connections made and when you walk out of the walls of an HBCU, you will, without a shadow of a doubt, be prepared to take on life’s challenges.”Jordan is considering Norfolk State University, Dillard University, Fayetteville State University, FAMU, and Virginia State University, and is interested in studying business administration and marketing, with an eye on entrepreneurship.Jordan told the AFRO she had to refute erroneous claims that students attending predominantly White institutions have a distinct advantage over those attending HBCUs in the job market.“That is completely inaccurate,” she said. “The school that someone went to plays a part but is not the primary reason someone is hired. Plus, HBCUs and their alumni have connections to industries that will help students to find jobs.”LaToya Grant is the admissions director and internship coordinator at School Without Walls and a graduate of Florida A&M University. She agrees with Jordan and McClelland about the HBCU experience. “Black colleges and universities prepare you for the real world,” she told the AFRO. “HBCU graduates tend to fare better than students who attended [White colleges] in many cases.”
Friday, November 23, 2018 Travelweek Group Share Posted by YHM’s makeover includes new Kid’s Zone and ‘selfie’ walls Tags: Airport, Hamilton HAMILTON — John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport (YHM) is sporting a brand new look these days after undergoing a terminal refresh.The airport partnered with The Laundry Design Works, a local design firm from Hamilton, to introduce a revitalized look that would reflect the growth happening both at the airport and throughout the city of Hamilton.To achieve this, The Laundry painted the walls in blue and green, both of which are used in the airport’s logo, and also included travel quotes on the walls to provide the perfect backdrop for ‘selfies’. These are visible throughout the airport, both pre- and post-security.Plus, an all-new Kid’s Zone has been relocated to the front of the Departures Lounge, featuring a window view of arriving and departing aircraft. The fun space, which sits atop soft artificial turf, offers new toys, games and a brand new flatscreen TV to ensure that every young passenger is entertained.Considered North America’s fastest growing airport, YHM served nearly 600,000 passengers in 2017, a year-over-year increase of 80%. << Previous PostNext Post >>
New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies LONDON (AP) — Thousands of revelers, new-agers and self-styled Druids descended on the ancient stone circle at Stonehenge on Sunday, catching a brief glimpse of the sun as they marked the summer solstice — the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere.About 23,000 sun-watchers gathered on the Salisbury Plain about 80 miles (130 kilometers) southwest of London, police said. But with the sun visible only briefly, the party was markedly shorter than in past years. Authorities reported nine arrests for drug offenses — fewer than in the past. Visitors kissed the stones, dancers swirled on the grass and drummers pounded as part of the free-form celebrations. A small group of yoga enthusiasts held a short class and couples renewed their commitments to one another.Stonehenge is an icon of Britain, and one of its most popular attractions. It was built in three phases between 3,000 B.C. and 1,600 B.C. and its purpose remains under study.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Sponsored Stories Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Top Stories People stand on the stones as thousands of revellers gather at the ancient stone circle Stonehenge to celebrate the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year, near Salisbury, England,Sunday, June 21, 2015. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland) How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generation Comments Share Top ways to honor our heroes on Veterans Day Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility
Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Tyrann Mathieu is one of the most dynamic players in the NFL and is looking for a contract extension.There is no precedent for the Arizona Cardinals to follow on how much to pay Mathieu due to his hybrid defensive back position.Mathieu, who is listed as a safety, may receive an extension close to that of Minnesota Vikings’ safety Harrison Smith’s five-year, $51.25 million with $28.578 million guaranteed. Your browser does not support the audio element. LISTEN: John Clayton, ESPN NFL insider ESPN NFL Insider John Clayton spoke with Doug and Wolf on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM Friday about Mathieu’s contract situation, in the wake of the Smith extension.“It probably hurts the Cardinals for getting something done because I’m sure it’s right in line with the numbers that they’re talking about,” Clayton said. “Earl Thomas makes $10 million, now you’re looking at Harrison Smith making $250,000 a year more than him, saying the value for a safety is in that range and that’s where they want Mathieu to be.”It would benefit Mathieu if he were to be paid closer to that of a cornerback, rather than a safety, as cornerbacks typically make more than safeties.This offseason, the Washington Redskins signed cornerback Josh Norman to a five-year, $75 million deal with $50 million guaranteed.According to Pro Football Focus, Mathieu lined up as a safety on a third of his snaps with the rest of his snaps played at cornerback.Among safeties and cornerbacks, Mathieu finished tied for sixth in interceptions (five), tied for ninth in passes defended (17) and 14th in tackles (89) last season, despite appearing in only 14 games. – / 15 0 Comments Share The Cardinals were 12-2 and allowed 19.2 points per game with Mathieu healthy last season. With Mathieu on the sideline, Arizona went 2-2 (including two playoff games), while allowing 28.2 points per game.Mathieu’s impact makes him a centerpiece of the Cardinals defense, which will only continue if the two sides find a common ground in the negotiation process.“Tyrann, no different than when Earl Thomas was negotiating his contract a couple years ago, wants to be paid like one of the highest paid defensive players in the league. And that’s not going to be done,” Clayton said. “In many ways, it affirms the case of the Cardinals and hurts and slows down negotiations because Mathieu definitely wants more, significantly more. He wants to be treated like a top defensive player, not a top safety.” The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo
More than 10,000 people took part in Saturday’s Pink Silhouettes March co-organised by Europa Donna and AstroBank to raise awareness of breast cancer.Under the slogan ‘Together we shine’ participants walked holding 618 pink figurines, representing the 618 new cases of breast cancer diagnosed in women in 2017, one blue figurine for a man diagnosed and 97 white ones for those who lost their lives to the disease in the past year.Immediately after the march which took place for the 14th consecutive year, the participants formed a huge human pink ribbon, sending a message of determination and hope.The event started at the carpark across the road from Pasydy and ended at the AstroBank headquarters, via Griva Digeni and Themistokli Dervi. There, the silhouettes were placed and will be displayed until the end of the month to raise awareness.Following the walk, a concert by Stereo Soul was performed during which the crowd sang the song ‘Shine’, composed for the occasion.Head of Europa Donna Cyprus, Evi Papadopoulos, addressed the thousands of participants.“For us at Europa Donna, it is a matter of life, to leave our positive position to all women. We are determined to give strength, to support and to secure a strong promise for tomorrow. We want and demand specialised surgeons with experience in breast surgery along with specialised plastic surgeons,” she said. “We also claim the right to work, both during and after treatment.”You May LikeUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoGundry MDHow To Make Your Dark Spots Fade (Effortless 2 Minute Routine)Gundry MDUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoIsraeli rape suspects freed, woman who alleged assault arrested (Updated)UndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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