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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — The North Peace Savings and Credit Union is hosting a barbecue fundraiser today, with the proceeds going towards a soccer tournament raising money for a local child battling cancer.Credit adjudicator Shaleen West said that the Credit Union decided to host the barbecue to raise money for the Kickin’ It with Friends charity soccer tournament. The tournament is raising money 4-year-old Natalie Small, who is currently battling Stage Four neuroblastoma in BC Children’s Hospital.West said that the credit union reached out to the Fort St. John Fire Department, whose charity has also donated money to the Small family to help with their travel expenses since December. The fundraiser barbecue is taking place in the parking behind the credit union at 101st St. and 103rd Ave. until 2:00 p.m.
Rabat- Moroccan actor Said Naciri, who is the director and producer of the ridiculed “Malhama: Abtal Al Watan” music video said Tuesday that the people who mocked his song are enemies of success and enemies of the Moroccan state.In an interview with Moroccan news outlet Ya Biladi, Naciri came to the defense of the Malhama song, describing people who mocked and called it “garbage” and “cringeworthy,” as enemies of their own country, saying that the buzz the music video created signifies its success:“These people who we call reptiles…it should have been enough for them to hear the word ‘king,’ [in the song] it should have been enough that they heard the word nation, and saw a large number of artists. Still, they went and called it garbage. Shame,” Naciri expressed. He added that the “70 percent or 80 percent,” before correcting the latter to “60 percent” of people who encouraged the initiative are the real and original Moroccans.Naciri said that he was not against constructive criticism “because no work can be perfect,” claiming that the celebrities who took part in the music video sang about “depth,” peace, security, and stability, while the ones who mocked them are against national stability: “We should protect our nation from these people who attack similar patriotic works,” he said.Naciri informed the same source that he first presented the music video to the National Society of Radio and Television (SNRT), however SNRT’s CEO Faycal Laaraichi refused to broadcast it. Naciri said he did not know why it was rejected from the first place: “I do not understand why patriotic works done by great artists are not broadcasted on television,” he chastised. Naciri said that there was a press conference about the song that was attended by 150 people: “At first, everyone expressed admiration for the song, but once it was released online, it was attacked,” Naciri said.Malhama financed by FRMF?Naciri told the same source that Malhama had a limited budget, but managed to implement a green screen and new cameras for shooting.In a different statement to the news outlet Medias 24, Naciri informed the interviewer that the Malhama was financed by Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF), while refusing to reveal its exact budget. One thing is certain: the costs of the video were not high, judging by Malhama’s features, as many social media commentators pointed out:#Mal7ama dial lkilo ??#Tfou#Tar9a3 pic.twitter.com/QsUbKrL1oF— K.E (@ANTIJRADA) May 28, 2018Ever since its release on Friday, May 25, the 13-minute-long Malhama music video has attracted more mockery than admiration, contradictory to Naciri’s figures: 70, 80, or 60 percent of people who encouraged the initiative.Malhama is intended to show support for Morocco’s 2026 World Cup bid and to encourage Morocco’s Atlas Lions, who will play their first match in the World Cup June 15.Participants in the clip include singers Abderrahim Souiri, Tahour, Abdelali Anouar, Rachida Talal, and Aicha Tachinouite; rising singer Hamza Labyed; model Leila Haddioui; actor Mohamed El Jem; and actress and former Minister of Culture Touria Jabrane. Previously, Naciri vaguely defended Malhama on a post on his official Facebook page with a statement equivalent to the French saying “Chassez le naturel, il revient au galop,” or the English proverb “What’s bred in the bone will come out in the flesh,”describing that which is inherent to a person’s nature. Taking his latest statements into account, Naciri was clearly referring to the people he now calls “enemies of the nation.”
TORONTO — The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is part of a group of investors buying U.S. power producer Calpine Corp. for US$5.6 billion.The board said the all cash transaction, for which it’s putting up US$750 million, helps add power and renewable assets to its expanding natural resources portfolio.The deal, advised by Energy Capital Partners, will give CPPIB a stake in Houston-based Calpine, which has 80 power plants in operation or under construction and enough natural gas and renewable capacity to power about 20 million homes.Calpine has operations in 18 states, including 13 geothermal geyser assets in northern California, as well as a partial interest in two generation stations in southwestern Ontario.
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Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Independent Senator Nick Xenophon says Julia Gillard will lose all credibility if she reneges on the deal struck with independent MP Andrew Wilkie, and backs down on ‘meaningful’ poker machine reform. After the last general election, the PM won the support of Mr Wilkie in return for agreeing to introduce reforms to deal with soaring levels of gambling addiction. With the defection of Liberal Peter Slipper to the speaker’s chair, firming up Labor Party numbers in the House of Representatives, Mr Wilkie’s support is now less crucial to the government. The Prime Minister has subsequently declined to reaffirm her commitment to the mandatory pre-commitment technology, which would force gamblers to set betting limits before playing poker machines. The government will now be tempted to delay the proposed reforms in order to avoid clashes with clubs in marginal seats before the next election. Senator Xenophon, a supporter of Mr Wilkie and a fellow advocate for reform, said this week that going back on the deal she made would be immensely damaging to Ms Gillard. “It will be a massive blow to her credibility and I don’t think she could recover from that,” he said. Mr Xenophon told Neos Kosmos: “The important thing is that we get substantial poker machine reform. That’s what most Australians want. “The onus is now on the government to honour their commitment. If they don’t deliver mandatory pre-commitment then they need to go back to Andrew Wilkies original position which is $1 bets. “Many hundreds of thousands of people are being hurt every year by poker machines. It’s the most seductive and addictive form of gambling causing enormous damage, and something needs to happen.” In response to reports that Clubs Australia is warning MPs that it will continue its multi-million dollar campaign against the changes, Mr Xenaphon said: “It shows how desperate they are. People will see through their campaign to blackmail and bully MPs.” Andrew Wilkie says that he remains committed to fulfilling his agreement with the PM to bring in mandatory pre-commitment measures at clubs and pubs by 2014, and that if legislation to formalise the reform has not passed Parliament by May 8, he will withdraw his support for the government. “I am still committed to mandatory pre-commitment on the original timeline. That’s what I hope to achieve, and I certainly wouldn’t accept any significant variation from that,” Mr Wilkie told the media. Yesterday the Prime Minister conceded for the first time that the deal brokered with Mr Wilkie does not have enough support to pass Parliament. Speaking to Sky News, Ms Gillard said there was an “appetite for reform” among MPs but added that it would not translate into votes to get new laws through the House of Representatives. “We need to get everybody on the same page.” The PM declined to state where she stands on mandatory pre-commitment technology, which she promised in return for Mr Wilkie’s support. Mr Wilkie was due to meet the Prime Minister last night in Melbourne to continue their negotiations.
After several delays, Texas Monthly publisher Emmis Communications Corp. announced Thursday that the offer by its CEO, Jeff Smulyan, to buy the company and take it private has been terminated.In April, Smulyan entered a letter of intent to purchase Emmis under his JS Acquisition group for approximately $90.2 million ($2.40 per share for its roughly 37.6 million outstanding shares of Class A common stock). But for several weeks, a group that holds more than 38 percent of the company’s preferred stock indicated that it would vote against certain amendments to the terms of the agreement. Over that time, Smulyan, Emmis and equity partner Alden Global Capital (which agreed to finance the acquisition) attempted to renegotiate the terms of the deal.Late last month, however, Alden Global Capital decided not to provide financing for the transactions and would not support the re-negotiated terms. “All parties to the negotiation are stunned and saddened by Alden’s decision to not honor the negotiated deal,” Emmis said in a statement e-mailed to FOLIO:. “Emmis, JS Acquisition, and Jeff Smulyan will explore various legal remedies related to damages caused by Alden’s actions.” An Alden representative did not be immediately return an e-mail seeking comment.In the meantime, Emmis says it will continue to operate as a public company. In addition Texas Monthly, Emmis publishes six other magazines including Los Angeles and Atlanta. It also owns several radio stations.In 2006, Smulyan proposed to acquire the outstanding publicly held shares of Emmis for $15.25 per share in cash. He withdrew that offer after an agreement with the board of directors could not be reached.
The commissioners would draw the maps, which would have to comply with the federal guidelines outlined under the Voting Rights Act (which blocks district lines that deny minority voters equal representation opportunities, among other things), and a vote of at least nine members would be required to approve the maps and submit them to the Legislature for final approval. Share Lawmakers would be allowed to tweak the map boundaries but would be prohibited from making large scale changes. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, states including Arizona and California have created independent commissions, while other states have banned partisan gerrymandering in their state constitutions.But similar proposals have never been enacted in Texas. And some experts say it’s unlikely they ever will.“Texas doesn’t have a process where something like this could be enacted over the wishes of the Legislature. This seems like it would not go anywhere,” said Rick Hasen, a professor and election law expert at the University of California, Irvine’s law school.Another reason an independent commission is unlikely is because its creation would require current lawmakers to give up some of their power. And the majority party in the Legislature is the same party that’s favored by the current maps.“The Texas Legislature has been engaged in partisan gerrymandering for a very long time — both Republicans and Democrats,” Hasen said. “It’s just hard to see what the incentive would be to give up the power they have. Generally, legislators don’t want to do that.”Implementing an independent citizens commission would require putting a constitutional amendment before Texas voters — a move that needs the support of more than two-thirds of both chambers of the Legislature.The latest attempt to amend the state’s current political maps happened during last year’s legislative session when state Rep. Victoria Neave, D-Dallas, unsuccessfully filed a joint resolution to create an independent commission.“We wanted to put the redistricting process into the hands of the people,” Neave said, adding that she plans to refile her measure during next year’s legislative session. “We’ve had courts that’ve held that there’s been intentional discrimination against Latino and African-American voters, so we just want to make sure that the process is fair and equitable.”But top Texas officials, including Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, have vehemently denied that lawmakers illegally used race to draw the boundaries, saying they were motivated only by partisanship.“We firmly believe that the maps Texas used in the last three election cycles are lawful, and we will aggressively defend the maps on all fronts,” Paxton said in a statement last year.Experts say there are drawbacks to independent commissions, however. Though the rules for how members are selected varies by state, it’s hard to ensure commissioners are politically neutral, they say. It’s also difficult to determine if members on the commission have enough expertise on the state’s political boundaries to implement meaningful change.“Even ‘neutral’ commissioners will have political leanings, but we can be certain that they are much more ‘neutral’ than state legislators,” said University of Texas at Austin political science professor Sean Theriault.There are other reforms short of a commission that could make redistricting more fair, including requiring a supermajority of the Legislature to approve Texas’ political maps, said Michael Li, a redistricting expert with the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law.Or, Li said, the reforms could even go a step further and require a supermajority of the Legislature plus support from a certain percentage of the minority party. The latest state to take such actions is Ohio, where voters overwhelmingly approved an amendment that will require bipartisan input and approval for federal congressional maps.“The problem of extreme gerrymandering exists almost exclusively when one party has control of all of the levers of power,” Li wrote in The Texas Tribune’s Facebook group, This is Your Texas. “If you break that up by requiring a supermajority, you go a long way to creating fairer maps.”Note: This story was inspired by a discussion on education policy happening now in our Facebook group, This is Your Texas. Sign up here to join the conversation.Disclosure: The University of Texas at Austin has been a financial supporter of The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan news organization that is funded in part by donations from members, foundations and corporate sponsors. Financial supporters play no role in the Tribune’s journalism. Find a complete list of them here. Graphic by The Texas TribuneThe current Texas congressional district map.Over the past several years, federal courts have scolded Texas for its political boundaries, ruling that lawmakers intentionally diluted the voting strength of voters of color when they redrew Texas’ congressional and state House maps.The U.S. Supreme Court might have the final say. In April, the high court’s justices heard oral arguments in Texas’ redistricting case. Their final decision, expected to come this month, could lay the foundation for what the state’s political maps will look like through the end of the decade. A ruling on the current maps could also determine whether Texas will be required to get federal approval every time it draws new districts — a move that would safeguard voters of color from alleged discrimination and yield new boundaries that more closely reflect the size of the state’s electorate that’s made up of voters of color.But as the high court weighs a decision on the 11 Texas political districts in question, a coalition of voting and civil rights groups is looking to what they see as a solution to the state’s alleged discriminatory redistricting: establishing an independent commission in which citizens, rather than lawmakers, draw the state’s political maps.“When the people who are going to be running the districts are drawing the maps, it’s really about amassing power for themselves and for their political party,” said Anthony Gutierrez, the executive director of Common Cause Texas, a nonpartisan organization that focuses on voting rights issues, civic engagement and redistricting reform.“When other people who are not legislators or candidates for office are more involved with drawing the maps, it’s more about how do we best construct districts that can represent our communities,” he added.The current process for creating the state’s political maps looks like this: Texas redraws the political lines for its congressional and legislative districts every 10 years following the U.S. census. The process for making the maps, however, is mired in accusations that the party in power draws maps to benefit its base. Those accusations are boosting calls for reforms — including long shot proposals to take the map-making power away from lawmakers and hand it over to an independent commission.Independent commissions can be structured in various ways. Under the proposal Gutierrez favors — a plan also touted by the American Civil Liberties Union, the Texas League of Women Voters and the Texas Civil Rights Project —Texans serving on the commission would be selected through an application process. (Some other states with independent commissions have state officials or political parties choose the members.)Gutierrez added that the commission members would be demographically, racially and politically diverse and would have to have some sort of “expertise” in order to join.As proposed, the independent citizen commission would work like this: Fourteen members would serve on the commission: five who’ve exclusively voted in the Republican primaries, five who’ve exclusively voted in Democratic primaries and four who’ve not voted in either.
Share Kevin Wolf/APHomeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen talks outside her home in Alexandria, Va., on Thursday, April 8, 2019. Nielsen says she continues to support the president’s goal of securing the border in her first public remarks since her surprise resignation.Kirstjen Nielsen said Monday she still shares President Donald Trump’s goal of securing the Mexican border, a day after she resigned as Homeland Security secretary amid Trump’s frustration and bitterness over a spike in Central American migration.At the same time, the White House announced Monday that Trump was replacing Secret Service Director Randolph “Tex” Alles, the latest development in the shake-up in the upper echelon of Nielsen’s department. Alles’ departure, to be replaced by career Secret Service official James Murray, is unrelated to Nielsen’s resignation, according to administration officials, who spoke only on condition of anonymity to discuss the personnel matter. Yet it is part of a DHS turnover that began last week when Trump withdrew his Immigration and Customs Enforcement director’s nomination to stay on permanently.Nielsen had traveled to the U.S.-Mexico border on Friday with Trump to participate in a roundtable with border officers and local law enforcement. There she echoed Trump’s comments on the situation at the border, though she ducked out of the room while Trump spoke. As they toured a section of newly rebuilt barriers, Nielsen was at Trump’s side, introducing him to local officials. She returned to Washington afterward as Trump continued on a fundraising trip to California and Nevada.But on Sunday, she wrote in her resignation letter that “it is the right time for me to step aside.” She wrote that she hoped “the next secretary will have the support of Congress and the courts in fixing the laws which have impeded our ability to fully secure America’s borders and which have contributed to discord in our nation’s discourse.”Trump announced on Sunday in a tweet that U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan would be taking over as acting head of the department. The decision to name a top immigration officer to the post reflects Trump’s priority for the sprawling department founded to combat terrorism following the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.On Monday, Nielsen told reporters outside her Alexandria, Virginia, home that she continues to support the president’s goal of securing the border.“I will continue to support all efforts to address the humanitarian and security crisis on the border,” she said in her first public remarks since the surprise resignation, thanking the president “for the tremendous opportunity to serve this country.”Yet Nielsen had grown increasingly frustrated by what she saw as a lack of support from other departments and increased meddling by Trump aides on difficult immigration issues, according to three people familiar with details of her resignation. They spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter.She went to the White House on Sunday to meet with Trump not knowing whether she’d be fired or would resign. She ended up resigning, though she was not forced to do so, they said.Though Trump aides were eyeing a staff shake-up at the Department of Homeland Security and had already withdrawn the nomination of another key immigration official, the development Sunday was unexpected.Still, it was unclear how McAleenan would immediately assume the role. The agency’s undersecretary of management, Claire Grady, is technically next in line for the job, and she will need to resign — or more likely be fired — in order for McAleenan to assume the post.White House spokesman Hogan Gidley spoke of McAleenan’s “extensive” knowledge of immigration issues and said the change in leadership would hopefully lead to “massive changes” at the border.Nielsen is the latest person felled in the Trump administration’s unprecedented churn of top staff and Cabinet officials, brought about by the president’s management style, insistence on blind loyalty and rash policy announcements.She was also the highest profile female Cabinet member, and her exit leaves DHS along with the Pentagon and even the White House staff without permanent heads. Patrick Shanahan has held the post of acting defense secretary since Jim Mattis was pushed out in December over criticism of the president’s Syria withdrawal plans. Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney has held his post since January, following John Kelly’s resignation last year.McAleenan has helped shape many of the administration’s policies to date and is considered highly competent by congressional leaders, the White House and Homeland Security officials. But it’s unclear if he can have much more of an effect on the issues at the border. The Trump administration has bumped up against legal restrictions and court rulings that have hamstrung many of its major efforts to remake border security.Rep. Joaquin Castro, the Texas Democrat who is chairman of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, was critical of Nielsen, saying she spent her tenure “championing President Trump’s cruel anti-immigrant agenda,” and he called McAleenan’s appointment “deeply disturbing … based on his record of prioritizing Trump’s harmful policies.”Tensions between the White House and Nielsen have persisted almost from the moment she became secretary, after her predecessor, Kelly, became the White House chief of staff in 2017. Nielsen was viewed as resistant to some of the harshest immigration measures supported by the president and his aides, particularly senior adviser Stephen Miller, both on matters around the border and others like protected status for some refugees.The final straw came when Trump gave Nielsen no heads-up or opportunity to discuss his decision to withdraw the nomination of acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Ron Vitiello — a move seen as part of a larger effort by Miller, an immigration hardliner, and his allies at the White House to clean house at the department.Arrests along the southern border have skyrocketed recently. Border agents are on track to make 100,000 arrests and denials of entry at the southern border in March, more than half of which are families with children. A press conference to announce the most recent border numbers — scheduled to be held by McAleenan on Monday — was postponed.Nielsen dutifully pushed Trump’s immigration policies, including funding for his border wall, and defended the administration’s practice of separating children from parents. She told a Senate committee that removing children from parents facing criminal charges happens “in the United States every day.” But she was also instrumental in ending the policy.Under Nielsen, migrants seeking asylum are waiting in Mexico as their cases progress. She also moved to abandon longstanding regulations that dictate how long children are allowed to be held in immigration detention and requested bed space from the U.S. military for 12,000 people in an effort to detain all families who cross the border. Right now there is space for about 3,000 families, and facilities are at capacity.Nielsen also advocated for strong cybersecurity defense and said she believed the next major terror attack would occur online — not by planes or bombs. She was tasked with helping states secure elections following Russian interference during the 2018 election.Associated Press writers Jill Colvin and Lisa Mascaro contributed to this report.
Kolkata: A woman reportedly jumped out of a running train on Friday night near Lakshipur station at Purbasthali in East Burdwan.She said a person whom she met at Howrah tried to rape her. To save herself she had to jump out of the train. The woman said she belonged to Sonarpur in South 24-Parganas. She had gone to meet her husband who worked in Kerala. On Friday, she returned to Howrah and asked the accused person how she could she reach Sonarpur. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: Mamata Taking advantage of the situation, the accused told the woman that he would help her to return home. Meanwhile, the woman reportedly felt unwell while talking to the accused person and asked for help. She also told him that she has got no tickets. The person reportedly told her that if she had no travel ticket, then railway police would arrest her. Later, he told her to board a train from Howrah stating that it would go to Sonarpur. He also boarded the same train. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateAfter the train reached Purbasthali, all the passengers alighted from the train and when the train started moving, the accused person allegedly tried to rape her. Though she screamed for help, none from other compartments could hear her. The woman somehow managed to free herself from the grip of the accused and jumped out of the train. On Saturday morning, some local residents found her lying beside the railway track with multiple injuries. Immediately the police were informed. Sleuths rescued the woman and admitted her to a hospital in Katwa. Government Railway Police in Katwa has initiated a case. Till Sunday night, no one was arrested in this case.
News | Clinical Trials | January 11, 2018 Emergency Radiologists See Inner Toll of Opioid Use Disorders Radiologists are seeing more and more opioid abuse-related complications in patients and need to play a bigger role in these patients’ care, study says The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. 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Flores, M.D.January 11, 2018 – Emergency radiologists are seeing a high prevalence of patients with complications related to opioid use disorders, according to results from a 12-year study presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), Nov. 26-Dec. 1 in Chicago. Researchers said the findings underscore the need for radiologists to play a role in the care continuum for these patients.Substance use disorders of highly addictive opioids like heroin, fentanyl and oxycodone continue to skyrocket in the U.S. Intravenous opioid use disorders are a major contributor to the drug overdoses that are the leading cause of injury and death in the United States, according to the Department of Health and Human Services. Patients prescribed opioid medications for pain management of a medical condition often develop dependence, and many go from crushing and injecting pills to injecting heroin as a less expensive way to deal with their disease, said senior study author Efren J. Flores, M.D., emergency radiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.“We’ve seen a dramatic increase in the past year of patients coming into the emergency department with complications related to substance use disorders,” he said. “The patient population is underserved. By the time we see them, they have more advanced complications because they’re hesitant to ask for help due to social stigmas.”For the study, Flores and colleagues looked at the prevalence and type of complications related to substance use disorders in patients arriving at emergency radiology. The study group included 1,031 patients imaged from 2005 to 2016 for substance use-related complications. Of all the patients, 66 percent were men, 78 percent were white and the mean age was 36 years.The results showed a high prevalence of complications among the patients, including symptoms related to injections, respiratory issues and back pain.“Complications were most frequently related to skin and soft tissue infections caused by the use of non-sterile needles,” Flores said. “In some cases, we found septic emboli in the lung or brain. As these patients start having to access larger veins, they become more prone to these types of infections.”There were 1,673 imaging exams performed, including 779 X-rays, 544 computed tomography scans (CTs), 292 magnetic resonance imaging scans (MRIs) and 58 ultrasounds. Imaging results often provided critical information, such as when physicians changed the management plan for a patient with a substance-abuse-related lumbar spine infection after CT scans showed the involved nerves.History of opioid prescriptions before the first imaging exam was present in 310 (30 percent) cases with a mean of 10 prescriptions per patient. History of opioid prescriptions was significantly higher in women (36 percent, 128/352), than men (27 percent, 182/679). Mean time from opioid prescription to first imaging exam was 51 months – significantly shorter in men (45 months) than women (51 months).Overall, 121 of the 1,031 patients, or 11.7 percent, died before the end of the study period. The mortality rate was 14 percent for patients with a positive imaging diagnosis of substance-abuse-related complications – significantly higher than the 10 percent rate for patients with no such history. Five-year mortality rates were also higher in patients with prior opioid prescriptions and with imaging complications.The prevalence of substance use disorder in patients presenting to emergency radiology provides radiologists a unique opportunity to “look beyond the reading room, and see other ways we can help,” Flores said. For instance, radiologists can encourage patients to use sterile needles, inform them about needle exchange programs and advise them to use alcohol at the injection site to avoid infections. Radiologists can also help steer patients into programs or connect them with recovery coaches, both in the hospital and community, to help them with their illness.“Radiology is central to patient care in the emergency department setting,” Flores said. “We need to be actively advocating for these patients and giving them an opportunity to take steps into recovery.”Co-authors are Renata R. Almeida, M.D., Mohammad Mansouri, M.D., M.P.H., Ajay K. Singh, M.D., and Michael H. 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Tags: Food, TUI Man fined for throwing a tantrum over bacon sandwich on flight Thursday, July 19, 2018 EXETER — Don’t ever stand in the way between a man and his bacon.This was a hard lesson learned by the flight crew on a TUI flight from Palma to Exeter in April during which a male passenger threw a hissy fit over a bacon sandwich.Ronald James, 68, reportedly left a cabin crew member in tears and poked them with his finger after being told there was no hot food available on the flight. Prior to boarding, he had promised his granddaughter a bacon sandwich onboard, but to his dismay learned that none were being served.He then grudgingly bought beef burgers, which he said were “poor quality” and “dried out”, and was eventually given a refund.But James just couldn’t get that succulent bacon out of his mind. He then demanded to see the captain and became extremely agitated when told he could not go up to the cockpit.Prosecutor Lyndsey Baker told the Court that at one point, James’ face was just two inches from the face of a female crew member, leaving her in tears.More news: Apply now for AQSC’s agent cruise rates“He shouted and pointed at the cabin crew, poking staff with his finger and refused to sit down when landing,” said Baker.James admitted to behaving in a threatening, abusive, insulting or disorderly manner and was ordered to pay £50 compensation each to two flight crew members, in addition to a £30 surcharge and £85 in prosecution charges.James, who represented himself in Court, said, “I was not a happy customer. I wish I had not been on the plane and I wish it had not run out of food.”We bet he also wishes he had kept his ‘hangry’ feelings to himself and had the foresight to pack his own bacon for the flight. Travelweek Group Posted by Share << Previous PostNext Post >>
JERUSALEM (AP) – An Israeli lawmaker has torn up a copy of the New Testament in front of cameras in his parliament office.An aide says Christian missionaries mailed the Christian scripture to Michael Ben-Ari of the ultranationalist National Union Party.Itamar Ben-Gvir said Ben-Ari, an Orthodox Jew, was enraged to receive the book, in whose name he says millions of Jews were slaughtered. Ben-Ari tore it up, he said, then posed for photographs with the destroyed Bible. Many Christians over the centuries persecuted Jews, holding them responsible for Jesus’ crucifixion.Government spokesman Mark Regev said, “We totally deplore this behavior and condemn it outright. This action stands in complete contrast to our values and our traditions. Israel is a tolerant society, but we have zero tolerance for this despicable and hateful act.”(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Comments Share Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates Men’s health affects baby’s health too More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Top Stories New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths 5 greatest Kentucky Derby finishes Sponsored Stories
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: R.M Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa NSW Australia Five star Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa in NSW’s Blue Mountains says inbound visitors are down 30%.The resort’s General Manager Joost Heymeijer remarked, at a recent Sydney function, “45% of Wolgan’s business should be international but by the end of this financial year it’ll be as little as 15%.“The resort now solely relies on the domestic market. 85% of our business is local and the largest chunk of that comes out of Sydney,” he said.Wolgan has always been a long term vision of the Emirates-Airline owned resort. The airline has a 50 year commitment to Wolgan with the potential to position it as a top 100 hotel in the world. “When we wrote the business plan in 2005 we could buy an Australian dollar for 60-65 cents. Now it’s $1.08 and our airports have never been busier with Australians going overseas,” Mr Heymeijer said. This is having a massive impact on the hotel. “In 2004, ‘05 and ‘06 the GFC was nowhere to be seen. When we opened in 2009 we were smack bang in the middle of it. Not only the GFC but the US credit crunch plus European woes will have an ongoing effect on what we do” Mr Heymeijer added.It will be a challenge, at an all-inclusive $1500 per night, to convince guests to choose the resort over discounted international destinations. Mr Heymeijer explained “a top hotel would cost you $800 or $900 a night, a five star dinner, touring, a show and if you add that all up we are actually cheaper.”People question the value for money, but Mr Heymeijer commented “if you come to Wolgan we’ll prove that to you every single day.”Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa opened in 2009 on what was a 200 year old cattle grazing acreage. Set on 4000 acres the 40 all suite resort, re-certified 100% carbon neutral, is the culmination of USD$130 million investment by Emirates. “Wolgan’s about engaging in the regions culinary delights, history; stepping in the footsteps of Charles Darwin and 35,000 years Aboriginal culture which we can all celebrate.“It’s a three dimensional layered product, an intuitive luxury holiday, where guests leave feeling enriched after their stay,” said Mr Heymeijer.Bookings for the resort are available through Leading Hotels of the World, Virtuoso, travel agents or direct.Reservations: +61 2 9290 9733 Email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.wolganvalley.com Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa Anston Fivaz Food and Beverage Manager and Executive Chef, Rosanna Barthelot Marketing Executive and Joost Heymeijer General Manager
Government Jobs Report President Trump 2017-03-10 Staff Writer in Government, Headlines, News Share During his February 28 address to Congress, President Trump promised to create tens of thousands of new jobs during his first term. And according to recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the economy may be on the right track to meet Trump’s expectations. “It was hard to nitpick the February jobs report,” said Doug Duncan, Chief Economist at Fannie Mae. “Payrolls posted a strong rise for a second consecutive month, the unemployment rate edged down despite a large jump in the labor force, and annual growth in earnings rebounded toward the expansion high seen at the end of last year,” said Duncan. The Census data shows that during February 235,000 non-farm jobs were added. In addition, the unemployment rate barely budged since January, coming in at 4.7 percent, a slight drop from the previous year’s 4.9 percent.”Specifically for the housing market, construction employment continues to add jobs, 177,000 over the last six months,” added Mark Fleming, Chief Economist at First American. “It’s interesting that specialty trade contractors, and heavy and civil engineering job categories were highlighted—a sign of growing demand for home improvement and infrastructure development,” Fleming said. Before February’s job report was released a Bloomberg survey forecasted that 200,000 jobs would be added. Many industry watchers are speculating that the better-than-predicted numbers may further push a rate increase during next week’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting.“Most doubts about whether the FOMC would hike at its March meeting were put to bed last week after a series of hawkish remarks from Fed officials, but any lingering uncertainty has certainly been squelched with today’s strong report, ” noted Curt Long, Chief Economist for the National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions.Fleming agreed, saying, “[T]he odds of a Fed rate increase at the meeting next week was already over 90 percent. This employment situation report only gives more reason for the Fed to move sooner rather than later.” March 10, 2017 703 Views Will the Interest Rate Rise with the Employment Rate?
The Customs Department on Friday said that in the past two weeks it has confiscated more than 8,000 litres of diesel believed to have been purchased in the north.This quantity concerns three separate cases for which €45,000 in fines in total was imposed.On October 22, police stopped a van in Dhekelia carrying two tanks of diesel. The driver of the vehicle admitted to purchasing the fuel in the north on the instructions of another person. During a search of a truck owned by the other man, police and customs officials located more diesel, which was also bought in the north.Both vehicles were seized, as well as 450 litres of diesel found on them and the two men were arrested.The import taxes were €400.The two men were released after paying €10,500 in total in fines. The vehicles were returned to them after paying €500 for each.Four days later, police seized a tanker truck carrying 8,000 litres.The vehicle was stopped at the roundabout of Rizoelia in Larnaca. The truck was headed to Limassol. Its driver told officers he had purchased the fuel in the north on the instructions of the owner of the tanker.He told officers he was paid by the owner of the vehicle to do so. The fuel was subject to around €5,000 in taxes.Both men were arrested and were released after paying a total of €26,000 in fines. Customs said the tanker truck will be returned to its owner as soon as he pays €7,000 for its release.The third case concerns 250 litres of diesel found in a tank carried by a twin cab truck driven by a Greek Cypriot man who had crossed to the government-controlled areas through the Ayios Dhometios checkpoint on Wednesday. The vehicle and tank with the diesel were seized and the man was arrested.The diesel was subject to €200 in taxes.Customs said that the man was released after paying a €1,000-fine. He also paid €500 to be given back his truck.The diesel seized in all three cases will be destroyed, Customs said.Authorities have stepped up checks for the purchase of fuel from the north since July. Customs had announced the law affords its officers the power to stop and search any vehicle and take samples for testing or seize products whose tax has not been paid in the Republic. Even though it did not specify, Customs implied it would be targeting Greek Cypriots who have been increasingly filling their tanks in the north, taking advantage of the much lower price of fuel.The intensified checks followed complaints voiced by petrol station owners in the government-controlled areas, but also transport business owners who said that some of their competitors were able to offer cheaper prices as they fill their vehicles’ tanks in the north.According to data of the consumer association, the state has lost some €12m in tax revenue in the first seven months of the year, as more and more Greek Cypriot motorists opt to fill their tanks in the north. During the same period, petrol stations lost close to €1m in commission.Customs had said that, according to the Green line regulation, it is not illegal for one to buy fuel in the north to fill their car for their own use, but it is not allowed to do so for commercial gain.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 SupplementUndoLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Search For 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoThe Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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