Fincantieri to Build NextGeneration Cruise Ship for Cunard

first_imgzoom Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri and cruise company Carnival Corporation have signed a memorandum of agreement (MoA) for the construction of one next-generation cruise ship for Carnival’s UK-based brand Cunard.As informed, the agreement will become operational when all the financial and technical conditions are satisfied.The 113,000 gross ton ship will be built at the Monfalcone yard and join the Cunard’s fleet in 2022. With an accommodation space for 3,000 passengers, the cruise ship will be the 249th to fly the Cunard flag since the company’s founding in 1839.The cruise brand currently operates three ships, Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria.“We are very pleased to announce the fourth ship for our … Cunard brand… While today’s news helps drive Cunard’s overall strategic growth plans, we also look forward to launching this next-generation cruise ship to help meet increasing global demand and entice even more travelers to explore the Cunard experience,” Arnold Donald, CEO of Carnival Corporation, commented.“Fleet enhancement is an important part of our ongoing goal to exceed guest expectations. This includes replacing less efficient ships with more efficient vessels over time as part of our managed capacity growth,” Donald added.“For this group we have built 63 ships, representing today almost two-thirds of their fleet, with other 9 to come in the coming years,” Giuseppe Bono, CEO of Fincantieri, said.With this new ship agreement, Carnival Corporation now has 18 new ships scheduled to be delivered to its portfolio of cruise brands between 2018 and 2022.last_img read more

Royal Caribbean Scores USD 3 Bn Loan for Icon Duo

first_imgzoom Miami-based cruise liner Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has secured EUR 2.5 billion (USD 2.96 billion) to finance construction of its two new Icon-class LNG-powered cruise ships.The loan is being provided by an international consortium led by German lender KfW IPEX-Bank. The banking syndicate also includes BNP Paribas, HSBC, Commerzbank, Santander, BBVA, Bayern/LB, DZ Bank, JPMorgan and SMBC.The ships, which will be built at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Finland, will be able to carry over 5,500 passengers each, and are due to enter into service in 2022 and 2024, respectively. They will also introduce the use of fuel cell technology, the objective being a dramatic reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.Royal Caribbean Cruises said that it will begin testing fuel cell technology on an existing Oasis-class ship in 2017, and will also run progressively larger fuel cell projects on new Quantum class vessels being built in the next several years.“Cruise ships are booming, and the aim is to shape this trend for the lowest possible level of emissions for mankind and nature. We are pleased that our financing is helping to advance LNG propulsion,” Andreas Ufer, Member of the Management Board of KfW IPEX-Bank, said.“This order will occupy our production until 2024. This not only affects our location in Turku, but also our whole supply network both in Finland and Germany on a significant scale. This combination of our successful distribution and the closely-tailored structured finance will sustainably secure jobs in Germany and Europe,” Jan Meyer, CEO of Meyer Turku, adds.This is the largest syndicate financing package that KfW IPEX-Bank has ever structured and led on its own, which is contributing EUR 686 million to the deal.The loans, granted separately for the ships, each have a term of 12 years from the respective ship delivery date.last_img read more

Agency Schedules Open House

first_imgThe Sydney Tar Ponds Agency has invited residents of north-end Sydney to an open house to discuss how construction of the Battery Point barrier will affect their neighbourhood. J&T Van Zutphen Construction will begin work soon on construction of a rock barrier between the Tar Ponds and Sydney Harbour. The barrier will extend from Battery Point in Sydney’s north end, near the Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM) sewage treatment plant, to Harbourside Commercial Park (formerly Sysco). A gap in the structure will accommodate water flowing through the Muggah Creek estuary. The barrier is needed to prevent the release of Tar Ponds sediment into Sydney Harbour when work begins on the big cleanup. The contractor will use slag from Sydney Steel and coarse stone from a nearby quarry to build the structure. At the same time, a soil berm surrounding the sewage treatment plant will be excavated and trucked to the CBRM landfill. This work will temporarily increase truck traffic in parts of the north end. The agency has distributed flyers throughout the neighbourhood inviting residents to the open house. Project planners will be on hand to explain the job and discuss concerns. The open house will take place Friday, May 26, at St. George’s Anglican Church hall, on Napean Street, Sydney, from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. For information on this project and all aspects of the Tar Ponds Cleanup, see the agency’s website .last_img read more

Mise à jour sur le virus H1N1 grippe porcine chez lêtre humain

first_imgDes cas du virus H1N1 (grippe porcine chez l’être humain) continuent d’être signalés en Nouvelle-Écosse. Sept nouveaux cas ont été confirmés aujourd’hui, 12 mai. Ces sept nouveaux cas sont dans le territoire de la régie de la santé Capital. L’un des cas est lié au noyau initial à Windsor. Les six autres cas font l’objet d’un examen. Dans deux des cas, les personnes ont commencé à ressentir des symptômes au cours des sept derniers jours. Les cinq autres cas ont été dépistés lorsqu’on a procédé à de nouveaux tests sur des échantillons déjà prélevés ou à des tests sur un échantillon additionnel selon la pratique courante du laboratoire. Tous les cas sont bénins et les personnes atteintes se sont rétablies ou sont en cours de rétablissement. Les mesures de prévention constituent la meilleure façon de rester en bonne santé. Il faut donc se laver les mains souvent, se couvrir la bouche avec la manche pour tousser ou éternuer et désinfecter souvent les surfaces et articles couramment utilisés tels que les poignées de porte et les comptoirs. Si une personne présente des symptômes de la grippe et a été en contact avec une personne atteinte du virus H1N1 ou a visité une région touchée, elle doit rester à la maison pendant sept jours après l’apparition des symptômes et minimiser le plus possible le contact avec les membres de sa famille. Si les symptômes s’aggravent, il faut consulter un médecin ou visiter une clinique sans rendez-vous. Il est important que les Néo-Écossais comprennent qu’il est sécuritaire de se rendre au travail et à l’école, de participer aux activités scolaires et de faire des sorties sociales s’ils ne présentent pas de symptômes de la grippe. Le nombre total de cas signalés en Nouvelle-Écosse depuis le début de l’épidémie, le 26 avril, est maintenant de 64. Une ligne d’information sans frais est en opération de 8 h 30 à 20 h 30 chaque jour. Le numéro de la ligne sans frais est le 1-888-451-4222. Pour obtenir plus d’information sur le virus H1N1 (grippe porcine chez l’être humain), consultez le -30-last_img read more

NSLC Listed Among Most Effective Advertisers

first_imgStrategy Magazine has recognized the NSLC as 32nd out of nearly 400 companies in its list of Canada’s most effective advertisers. The magazine’s formula was based on a weighted point system that tabulates the number of marketing awards won by Canadian advertisers over the course of a year. A detailed news release on the announcement can be found by following the News Releases link on the NSLC website at -30-last_img

Sensex recovers 162 pts auto stocks cap gains

first_imgMumbai: A day after the massive plunge, the BSE benchmark Sensex on Wednesday recovered by nearly 162 points on emergence of buying mainly in metal and banking counters, but the gains were capped by auto stocks. Likewise, the NSE gauge Nifty rose 47 points to settle above the key 10,800-mark. After swinging 367 points in a highly volatile session, the 30-share index ended 161.83 points, or 0.44 per cent, higher at 36,724.74. It hit an intra-day high of 36,776.31 and low of 36,409.54. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscal The broader Nifty after opening on a flat note in the morning traded in the range of 10,858.75 and 10,746.35 during the session. It finally ended the day with 46.75 points, or 0.43 per cent, gains at 10,844.65. Top gainers in the Sensex pack included Bharti Airtel, SBI, Tata Steel, Vedanta, NTPC, HDFC Bank, HCL Tech, ONGC, ICICI Bank and L&T, which rose up to 2.97 per cent. On the other hand, Maruti was the biggest laggard, plunging 3.64 per cent after the company announced a two-day suspension of its manufacturing operations at its Gurugram and Manesar plants in Haryana. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boost Sun Pharma, Tata Motors, Asian Paints, IndusInd Bank, M&M, Bajaj Auto and RIL too fell up to 2.97 per cent. On Tuesday, the BSE Sensex dropped 770 points and the NSE Nifty dived over 225 points after investors indulged in panick selloffs amid sustained worries over the country’s economic health. The benchmark indices also saw their biggest intra-day plunge in nearly 11 months. On Wednesday’s recovery in Indian equities, analysts said domestic market recovered tracking positive global cues. Hang Seng rallied 3.90 per cent on reports that Hong Kong’s embattled pro-China leader Carrie Lam would formally withdraw the much-despised extradition bill on Wednesday that sparked the nearly three-month long protest crisis which virtually paralysed the city. Shanghai Composite Index, Nikkei and Kospi too ended up to 1.16 per cent higher. Exchanges in Europe were also trading with significant gains in their respective early sessions. The Indian rupee appreciated 34 paise (intra-day) to trade at 72.05 per US dollar. Global oil benchmark Brent crude rose 0.39 per cent to 58.48 per barrel (intra-day).last_img read more

US existinghome sales jumped 118 per cent in February

WASHINGTON — U.S. home sales soared 11.8 per cent in February, aided by accelerating wages and falling mortgage rates that are improving affordability.The National Association of Realtors says that existing homes sold at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.51 million last month, a decisively sharp rebound from a pace of 4.94 million in January.The real estate market is still recovering from a spike in rates for home loans last year, which caused sales to slow as the size of monthly mortgage payments jumped. As a result, existing home sales are down 1.8 per cent from a year ago.But rates have since tumbled after peaking in early November, helping sales to recover.The median sales price in January was $247,500, a slight increase of 2.8 per cent from last year.Josh Boak, The Associated Press read more

Sri Lanka on par with China in Corruption Perceptions Index

The big decliners in the past 4 years include Libya, Australia, Brazil, Spain and Turkey. The big improvers include Greece, Senegal and UK. Brazil was the biggest decliner in the index, falling 5 points and dropping 7 positions to a rank of 76. The unfolding Petrobras scandal brought people into the streets in 2015 and the start of judicial process may help Brazil stop corruption.The index covers perceptions of public sector corruption in 168 countries. Top performers share key characteristics: high levels of press freedom; access to budget information so the public knows where money comes from and how it is spent; high levels of integrity among people in power; and judiciaries that don’t differentiate between rich and poor, and that are truly independent from other parts of government.In addition to conflict and war, poor governance, weak public institutions like police and the judiciary, and a lack of independence in the media characterise the lowest ranked countries. Sri Lanka is on par with China in the Corruption Perceptions Index 2015 released in Berlin today by Transparency International.Both Sri Lanka and China are ranked 83 with scores of 37 each. Denmark took the top spot for the 2nd year running, with North Korea and Somalia the worst performers, scoring just 8 points each. Transparency International said that 2015 showed that people working together can succeed in the battle against corruption. Although corruption is still rife globally, more countries improved their scores in the 2015 edition of Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index than declined. Overall, two-thirds of the 168 countries on the 2015 index scored below 50, on a scale from 0 (perceived to be highly corrupt) to 100 (perceived to be very clean).“Corruption can be beaten if we work together. To stamp out the abuse of power, bribery and shed light on secret deals, citizens must together tell their governments they have had enough. The 2015 Corruption Perceptions Index clearly shows that corruption remains a blight around the world. But 2015 was also a year when people again took to the streets to protest corruption. People across the globe sent a strong signal to those in power: it is time to tackle grand corruption,” said José Ugaz, Chair of Transparency International. Transparency International noted that in places like Guatemala, Sri Lanka and Ghana, citizen activists in groups and on their own worked hard to drive out the corrupt, sending a strong message that should encourage others to take decisive action in 2016. The Corruption Perceptions Index is based on expert opinions of public sector corruption. Countries’ scores can be helped by open government where the public can hold leaders to account, while a poor score is a sign of prevalent bribery, lack of punishment for corruption and public institutions that don’t respond to citizens’ needs. (Colombo Gazette) read more

Stocks nudge higher in midday trading as Wall Street looks ahead to

Stocks nudge higher in midday trading as Wall Street looks ahead to more earnings AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Associated Press Posted Jul 9, 2013 12:41 pm MDT NEW YORK, N.Y. – The stock market is edging higher as investors wait for more quarterly results from companies.Investors are turning their attention to corporate earnings Tuesday after spending much of the last month preoccupied with the outlook for the Federal Reserve’s stimulus.Alcoa was the first major company to announce results. The aluminum maker late Monday reported a second-quarter loss that wasn’t as big as expected.Barnes and Noble rose 70 cents, or 4 per cent, to $18.36 after the bookseller said late Monday its CEO is leaving.The Dow Jones industrial average rose 68 points, or 0.5 per cent, to 15,293 as of 12:26 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index gained 10 points, or 0.6 per cent, to 1,650. The Nasdaq composite rose 16 points, or 0.5 per cent, to 3,501. read more

Jo Cox how the tragedy unfolded

first_img Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. A timeline of video following the events leading up to and reaction to the murder of Jo Cox, the Batley and Spen Labour MP who lost her life at the hands of neo-Nazi Thomas Mair. last_img

Aretha Franklin Fans gather to view Queen of Souls body

Fans wait in line to see Franklin’s body (Reuters Image)Thousands of fans are expected to pay their respects to Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin, who died nearly two weeks ago.Franklin’s body will be on view for two days at an African-American museum in her home town, Detroit, before her funeral there on Friday.The museum also hosted civil rights activist Rosa Parks’s viewing in 2005.Aretha Franklin performing in Chicago in 1992 (Getty Images)Detroit, seen as the home of soul music, is treating Franklin’s death as the passing of royalty.A week of mourning is being held in the city.The 76-year-old’s body will be on public view on Tuesday and Wednesday at the Charles H Wright Museum of African American History.The venue was reportedly chosen because Rosa Parks’s viewing took place there in 2005 and because it needs to accommodate the thousands of people expected to attend.Friday’s funeral at the Greater Grace Temple is for family and friends only, but Chaka Khan, Jennifer Hudson and Stevie Wonder are among those due to sing there.Former US President Bill Clinton will be among the speakers. (Excerpts from BBC) Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedAretha Franklin, ‘Queen of Soul’, dies aged 76August 16, 2018In “Entertainment”Aretha Franklin said to be ‘seriously ill’August 13, 2018In “Entertainment”Tributes pour in for pop superstar George MichaelDecember 26, 2016In “Entertainment” read more

Gearlog Turning a Page

first_imgChange is coming…for Gearlog…and for me. As it turns out, it’s time for us both to move on.Gearlog was born in August of 2005. Even five and a half years ago, the world of technology blogs was crowded–but Gearlog had a secret weapon. It had PCMag. Early on, the site bore the tagline, “from the editors of PCMag.” It was an outlet for our editors and analysts–a way to keep up with the ever-increasing pace of the Web. It became a destination place for news and rumors and quick opinions written in between the site’s lengthy reviews.Before sitting down to write this, I went into our content management system to pin point the site’s precise birthday. I found a post written on August 9th, 2006–about 15 months before I started at PCMag–titled “Snappy New Ultralight Tablet From Toshiba.” No mission statement or “welcome to Gearlog.” The site and its editors hit the ground running, and they haven’t looked back.AdChoices广告And, like the Web around it, Gearlog has proven itself a constantly evolving creature, spawning newsletters and a podcast, and surviving a number of personnel changes–including its largest shift, which occurred in the summer of last year, when the site’s long-time editor Carol Mangis left Ziff (no discussion of Gearlog’s history would be complete without mentioning the tremendous amount of time Carol put into the site).Carol’s departure and new ownership meant more changes for Gearlog, and I was asked to take the helm. And as it had in the beginning, the site hit the ground running once again. Gearlog shifted focus under my reign, taking a more newsy approach to the tech world. We brought new writers and plenty of new readers on board.When the company’s new owners took over, they stressed acquisitions as one of the company’s primary goals, and in January, PCMag purchased, a much beloved and widely read news blog. That acquisition, it turned out, would prove the next step in Gearlog’s evolution. Tomorrow, Gearlog will become a part of All of the content we’ve produced for the site over the years will live on under the Geek umbrella, and the Gearlog URL will redirect to that site.A number of your favorite Gearlog writers will make the transition as well. In fact, if you already read Geek on a regular basis, you’ve likely noticed that a few already have.I, on the other hand, will not be making the move. In fact, by the time this posts, I will already be at my new gig at’ll spare you the laundry list of thank yous–which would obviously include all of the writers, PCMag editors, and people who have kept the site running on the backend. But four people certainly warrant a quick mention in this paragraph. Carol, of course, for the reasons mentioned above. Lance Ulanoff and Vicki Jacobson, PCMag’s editor-in-chief and director of online content, respectively, have been tremendously helpful for countless reasons. And Jenny Bergen, who has assisted me with Gearlog these past several months–hers is among the names that will make the transition over to Geek.And a last bit of self-indulgence: if you’d like to keep up to date with me and my goings on, please follow me on Twitter–I’m @bheater. In the meantime, I’ll see you around the blogosphere.–Brian Heaterlast_img read more

Connollys 12week ban stands as Dublin opt against appeal

first_img 59 Comments The 12-week ban means the earliest Connolly will return to play will be a potential August All-Ireland semi-final for Dublin. Thursday 15 Jun 2017, 4:40 PM Diarmuid Connolly and Dublin GAA have decided not to appeal the decision of the Central Hearings Committee to the Central Appeals Committee— Dublin GAA (@DubGAAOfficial) June 15, 2017 Image: James Crombie/INPHO Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Share19 Tweet Email Connolly’s 12-week ban stands as Dublin opt against appeal The 29-year-old was suspended after a confrontation with a linesman during Dublin’s win over Carlow. 21 years, four All-Irelands, nine All Stars: Kate Kelly hangs up her inter-county bootsKilkenny need to ‘throw caution to the wind’ with youngsters as questions remain over injuries The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us!center_img DUBLIN STAR FORWARD Diarmuid Connolly will not appeal the 12-week ban handed down by the Central Hearings Committee.The fiery St Vincent’s man was issued the suspension and a charge of ‘minor physical interference’ after an exchange with linesman Ciaran Brannigan during the Dubs’ Leinster SFC quarter-final win over Carlow in Portlaoise.Connolly, 29, had the opportunity to contest the suspension by bringing it before the Central Appeals Committee, but Dublin GAA today said that the decision would not be appealed. Diarmuid Connolly speaks to linesman Ciaran Branagan. Source: Dublin GAA/Twitter By Sean Farrell 13,932 Views Diarmuid Connolly speaks to linesman Ciaran Branagan. Image: James Crombie/INPHO Follow us: Short URL Jun 15th 2017, 4:40 PM last_img read more

Art as a healing factor for an ailing community

first_imgOnce a beloved tourist destination, an island of great beauty, attracting visitors from around the world, Lesvos has been in the news for more than a year now – but not for its beauty, culture and rich history. The island has been the epicentre of the refugee crisis that has plagued Europe and inflicted the final blows to the struggling Greek economy. Thousands of desperate people have been arriving by boat to the island and many thousands remain stranded in the refugee camps set up to provide them with the basics. Faced with an impossible intake of refugees – and the humanitarian crisis that has ensued – locals have responded with overwhelming courage and compassion. Local authorities, officials and volunteers have been working side by side with the NGOs that set up camp in the island.This turn of events has not been without dire consequences. Lesvos has been transformed from a tourist destination to a large refugee camp, which has affected both the social fabric as well as the local economy, that was largely dependent on tourism. As Greece reaches its tourism high season, Lesvos has seen a steep decline in arrivals. Who would want to swim in the same waters where desperate people – among them toddlers and babies – have drowned? How can anyone sunbathe on the same seashores where the coastguard was lining up bodybags? As it happened when the refugee crisis struck the island, once again, it’s the same volunteers who want to come to the rescue of the community. Enter Rita Nikolaidou, Lida Aslanidou and Hussein Khalili; a core team of like-minded individuals, they wanted to take action to help the island retain its position as a beloved destination, all the while raising awareness for the refugees. “We want the whole world to see what we’re experiencing every day,” says Rita Nikolaidou, an actress from Thessaloniki who found herself in Lesvos as part of a theatre project and decided to stay and work with children.​ She quickly became an active member of the local community, and started a youth acting group, mounting a number of shows with local students. It was from this work that Symbiosis Festival was born. Along with Hussein Khalili, a Palestinian who fled from Stockholm to Lesvos to work as a cultural mediator for Doctors Without Borders, they set up ‘Hope Theatre’, modelled after the ​F​reedom ​Theatre in Palestine. But the idea of the festival started in London, where Lida Aslanidou has been living. A journalist and project manager in the social sector, she envisioned an arts festival as a way of acknowledging the acts of selflessness and solidarity that the people of Lesvos have shown during the ongoing refugee crisis. The month-long festival will take place in three towns in Lesvos – Mytilene, Eresos and Molyvos – featuring dozens of projects: music concerts, theatre shows, art exhibitions, workshops, panel talks, a film festival and a food festival (Lesvos, after all, is one of Greece’s culinary capitals). Its aim is to promote the island’s cultural heritage​ and​ ​promote ​intercultural dialogue and collaboration, all the while raising awareness for the refugee crisis and establishing Lesvos as a destination for alternative, cultural tourism, being one of the Mediterranean’s architecturally, naturally and culturally richest islands. Driven by genuine enthusiasm and their love for the island and its people, the organising team didn’t bat an eyelid when they decided to undertake what is a herculean project. “Symbiosis Lesvos Arts Festival is inclusive to all the artists, musicians, painters, sculptors, photographers, filmmakers, actors who have been involved in or inspired by the refugee issue around the world. Our goal is to support the local community and then evolve to a new cultural institution of global appeal,” says Rita Nikolaidou. The main team was augmented by Mersa Anastasiadou, an artist and yoga instructor very much involved in the local artist community, and Eri Nikolaidou, Rita’s sister, who took charge of booking bands and managed to attract an impressive number of up-and-coming acts from around Europe and the Middle East, creating the kind of cultural dialogue that more established music festivals would die for. None of the team had much experience in planning events, let alone such a big one. If they had, they might shy away and try to tame their enthusiasm. But they managed to gain the trust of the community – officials, local councils, industry professionals all sided with them and offered their support. The festival will run under the auspices of the local authority, and admission to all events will be free. None of the participating artists will be paid and a small army of volunteers is already swarming across the island, setting things up. “We have secured accommodation, food and stages for the artists, we’ve got sound systems and light set up for most of the venues and we’ve also managed to cover the travel cost for some of the artists – others came on their own expenses,” says Rita Nikolaidou.“But we do need more funding to be able to go through with all this, this is why we started a crowdfunding campaign, through the Indiegogo website. The more funds, the more activities we can carry out. The more funds from individuals, the more independent we can remain from external organisations and sponsors.” Faced with a bigger project that will aim to promote multiculturalism, cross-cultural dialogue and exchange and capacity building in the community, they’re armed with what the organisers describe as “our common language”: “our bodies, our songs and our radiant smiles”. For more information – and a full schedule – visit For the crowdfunding campaign, visit–2#/ Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Une mise à jour pour le Galaxy S3

first_imgUne mise à jour pour le Galaxy S3Le constructeur coréen Samsung propose désormais une mise à jour qui améliorerait la stabilité du Galaxy S3. Cependant, cette dernière n’est pas encore disponible en France.Disponible depuis quelques jours, le Galaxy S3 vient déjà de recevoir sa première mise à jour.Estampillée du numéro de version I9300XXALF cette nouvelle version devrait améliorer la stabilité du dernier né de Samsung. Cette dernière est disponible en OTA via Kies, mais pour le moment, seuls les utilisateurs britanniques y ont accès. Peu d’informations ont été dévoilées, à part une taille probable entre 9 et 31 MB selon la configuration d’origine.À lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?En effet, la rédaction du site a essayé plusieurs fois d’installer la mise à jour sans grand succès. Selon, il serait possible d’installer manuellement en téléchargeant le fichier source. Cependant cette action annulerait la garantie. Il ne reste plus qu’à attendre l’arrivée de la mise à jour en France.Le 13 juin 2012 à 19:30 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Yacolt residents along Kelly Road want safety worries addressed

first_imgYACOLT — No one was hurt when a loaded dump truck and trailer barreled through the intersection of Northeast Kelly Road and Northeast Lucia Falls Road and into a creek bed last month, but the crash was another flash point for some residents in their long-running dispute with Clark County.David Rogers, who lives up Kelly Road not far from the crash site, has been lobbying the county for some kind of change in the road rules for years.On Feb. 9, the date of the crash, Rogers received three phone calls about the crash before he was out the door to see what happened.“The neighbors — we’re just tired of this,” he said. “Someone’s going to get killed.”Quarry neighbors have multiple concerns about the mining in the northern parts of the county, but traffic has been high on the list. It’s an old debate.In 2004, after a hearings examiner denied a permit, county commissioners voted to overrule the denial and a Superior Court judge affirmed their reversal, the county granted a mining permit to J.L. Storedahl & Sons to develop a quarry to provide aggregate from Yacolt Mountain.last_img read more

Armed suspect robs gas station in Shelltown

first_imgArmed suspect robs gas station in Shelltown SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – An armed man took an undetermined amount of cash during a robbery Saturday morning at a gas station/mini-mart in the Shelltown community of San Diego, a police officer said.The suspect walked into a Shell gas station, 3890 Division St., a little after 4 a.m. pulled out and pointed a semiautomatic handgun at the cashier and demanded money, said Officer Steve Bourasa of the San Diego Police Department.The cashier gave the gunman the cash drawer from the register and the suspect fled the store westbound on foot, Bourasa said.The suspect, who police said spoke only Spanish, was described as a thin, 6-foot Latino man, approximately 30 years old. He was last seen wearing a black hat, black bandana, a black hoodie, with a blue vest and black pants, he said.San Diego police asked anyone with any information regarding the robbery to Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477. Posted: October 6, 2018 KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter October 6, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, last_img read more

High school journalism workshop wraps up at UM

first_imgCORAL GABLES, FLA. (WSVN) – The Peace Sullivan-James Ansin High School Journalism and New Media Workshop wrapped up another year at the University of Miami.The intensive three-week program, which trained South Florida high school students in every facet of journalism and new media, ended on Saturday.Participants produced both a printed newspaper and a website on a specific topic. This year, the workshop focused on the health of South Florida’s young and old.WSVN plays a major role in the event. Sunbeam Television Vice President James Ansin and 7News anchor Omar Lewis were on hand to share their experiences with the students.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

Minor girl drowns in Chandpur

first_img.A minor girl drowned in a pond at Tetuiyya village of Kochua upazila in Chandpur on Friday noon.The deceased was Tasnim Akter,6, daughter of Md Mosharraf Hossain of Buthunda village in the upazila.While playing near the pond, she slipped in the water and drowned, according to the locals.Locals traced her floating body and sent it to the upazila health complex where the doctor declared her dead, hospital source said.last_img

Sunday School at Freedom Temple AME Zion Church

first_imgParents or guardians bring your children to Sunday school at Freedom Temple AME Zion church. Children get free breakfast.  Classes began at 9:30 a.m. For more information visit or call 410.636.4747last_img