APTN National NewsNunavut has more of its citizens in jail per capita than anywhere else in Canada.And that is putting a real strain on the already overworked justice system across the territory.This year alone, there are 15 murder cases waiting to be tried.As APTN National News reporter Wayne Rivers finds out, everyone agrees there is a problem, but not the answer.
NEW YORK — Stocks around the world built on their early 2019 rally Wednesday after negotiators from the U.S. and China extended their trade talks to a third day, which investors took as a sign the discussions were productive even though no major breakthroughs have been announced. Oil prices also continued to climb and stocks linked to faster economic growth, such as technology companies, kept climbing.KEEPING SCORE: The S&P 500 index climbed 6 points, or 0.3 per cent, to 2,580 as of 9:50 a.m. Eastern time. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 110 points, or 0.5 per cent, to 23,900. The Nasdaq composite rose 29 points, or 0.4 per cent, to 6,926. The Russell 2000 index of smaller and U.S.-focused stocks added 4 points, or 0.3 per cent, to 1,431.Indexes in Europe and Asia made bigger gains. Germany’s DAX added 1.3 per cent and the CAC 40 in France climbed 1.4 per cent. Britain’s FTSE 100 jumped 1 per cent. Japan’s Nikkei 225 index gained 1.1 per cent and the Hang Seng in Hong Kong rallied 2.3 per cent. South Korea’s Kospi advanced 2 per cent.CHINA-US TRADE: The latest round of trade negotiations between the world’s two largest economic powers have now concluded, but investors were cheered when they learned the two-day talks would be extended. No details were immediately announced.The Trump administration wants the government of President Xi Jinping to alter its handling of technology and intellectual property held by foreign companies, and change plans for government-led creation of Chinese leaders in advanced technologies. Chinese officials have suggested they could revise some of their industrial plans but have but won’t abandon larger goals that they consider a path to prosperity and global influence.FIVE O’CLOCK SOMEWHERE: Beer and wine maker Constellation Brands slumped after it cut its annual profit forecast, saying it now expects sales and profits for its wine and spirits division to fall in the current fiscal year. The stock gave up 10.4 per cent to $154.37.EARLY RISERS: Technology companies kept edging higher after their steep losses over the final months of 2018. Chipmakers made some of the largest gains. Intel climbed 1.3 per cent to $48.37 and Micron Technology picked up 6.6 per cent to $3.598. Elsewhere, Microsoft added 0.8 per cent to $103.67.OVERSEAS: ENERGY: Oil prices also continued to rally. U.S. crude rose 3.3 per cent to $51.40 a barrel in New York. It hasn’t traded above $50 a barrel in almost a month. Brent crude, used to price international oils, added 2.8 per cent to $60.35 a barrel in London.Crude oil is on track to rise for the eight day in a row and ninth in the last 10. U.S. crude has jumped 13 per cent so far in 2019.BONDS: Bond prices continued to fall. That sent yields higher, a sign investors expect more economic growth and higher long-term interest rates. the yield on the 10-year Treasury note rose to 2.73 per cent from 2.71 per cent.FED MINUTES: Later Wednesday the Federal Reserve will release minutes from its policy meeting last month, at which the central bank raised interest rates and reduced its forecasts for the number of hikes this year from three to two.CURRENCIES: The dollar slipped to 108.47 yen from 108.65 yen. The euro climbed to $1.1519 from $1.1443 and the British pound rose to $1.2785 from $1.2719.____Pan Pylas contributed to this story from London.Marley Jay, The Associated Press
Ross says both sides also agreed to shift a deadline for his clients to file a response to the injunction application to Feb. 20 from Jan. 31, which needs court approval.The B.C. Supreme Court granted Coastal GasLink an interim injunction against Wet’suwet’en members and supporters after a roadblock was erected along a logging road the company says it needs to use.The arrest of 14 people when RCMP enforced the interim injunction on Jan. 7 sparked protests across Canada and internationally, as many within the First Nation argue the project doesn’t have authority without approval from its hereditary clan chiefs. VANCOUVER, B.C. – A lawyer for members of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation who oppose a natural gas pipeline through their traditional territory says they will likely be ordered to maintain a 10-metre distance from any work site or workers for several months.Michael Lee Ross says interim injunctions like the one granted to Coastal GasLink in December typically remain in effect until a judgment is delivered on the main injunction application to the court.He says that he and Coastal GasLink’s lawyers recently agreed to shift the hearing date deadline to May 31 from May 1, but that date could change again.
And yet the 48-year-old Danish national somehow survived this ordeal, dehydrated and sore but with little more than a bruise on his upper arm and a scratch on his right hand when a search team from the United States rescued him on 17 January.Three days after being rescued, Mr. Kristensen was back at work as a senior humanitarian officer coordinating the relief effort between the Department of Peacekeeping (DPKO), the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and the outlying agencies.“If you see the devastation in Haiti at the moment, it is enormous. I cannot just evacuate. I feel physically sore after five days on a concrete slab but mentally I am strong enough to do it. And certainly at a time when the country needs so much assistance,” he told the UN News Centre, his sentence cut off by the roar of an aid plane landing in Port-au-Prince. “They land regularly now,” Mr. Kristensen continued. “This is still very much a crisis situation. I see that the relief effort is gearing up. It’s more organized and reaching more and more people.”The relief effort has kept Mr. Kristensen so active that while staff counselling in Port-au-Prince is available, he has not sought it. “I think I can handle it, but you never know. That will come to the test in a few weeks. Right now I’m busy. It keeps me occupied. Maybe when I’m not busy there will be a reaction. That’s what all the people tell me. Maybe it’s true. I don’t know.”Mr. Kristensen worked through the 2002 earthquake in Afghanistan, the 1999 quake in Turkey and one in Ecuador in 1987. He said he had been able to process the crisis and the changing environment but “nothing as traumatic as being buried alive for five days under dirt and not knowing if you’ll live.”At 4:53 p.m. on 12 January, Mr. Kristensen was in his office on the third-floor of the five-storey Christopher Hotel which housed the MINUSTAH headquarters. He was sitting at his desk reading documents for a meeting the next day. The earthquake started with a minor tremor, and then four seconds later the major quake hit.“I debated in a split second whether to run for the door or hide under the table. The door was closed and I thought that maybe it was too far and I would be caught under falling debris, so I hid under the table.”He said that a bookshelf fell towards the desk, miraculously preventing him and the desk from being crushed.“I was confined as if in a small coffin. Five feet in length. Maybe a foot tall. And a foot and a half wide. I could move a little to the side and bend my neck.”Mr. Kristensen said that during the aftershocks, he scrunched under the desk, hoping that the roof would not suddenly give in. When quiet, he used the light from his mobile phone to look around.“I looked for what could potentially have fallen down that I could use to inform people or make myself more comfortable. I thought if I banged, a search and rescue team would find me.”Among the items found were a jar of instant coffee and an envelope. Mr. Kristensen saved the coffee in the envelope and his urine in the jar.“It doesn’t taste or smell particularly well but it could have prolonged my survival by a couple of days.”Mr. Kristensen said that he willed himself to stay calm by not moving a lot and by focusing on attracting help. His greatest psychological challenge was keeping a hold on time.“You lose your perception. You don’t know if you slept five minutes or five hours. It is difficult to remain sane and calm when you don’t know the day and time.”Mr. Kristensen admits that he considered the possibility that he might not be found. “I wondered how long it takes to die and what a horrible way to die. If you have an accident, at least you die quickly. Here you have days and days and days on end. What a horrible end.” On Sunday around 6:30 in the morning, an oil leak shut off the hum of generators and Mr. Kristensen heard muffled voices some 12 feet above where he was buried.“I almost thought no, I’m too tired to bang and shout. I could feel that it was more of an effort, but I thought – you have to take every single chance. It doesn’t matter how many times it didn’t work. This could be the once chance and it would be really, really stupid if you don’t do it.”Six hours later, Mr. Kristensen saw the faces of his rescue team. [Watch video] “It was so amazing. I cannot explain it. It really was like I had received a second birthday,” he recalled, laughing. “I am eternally grateful and in awe of the search teams who drop everything at an hour’s notice and go to faraway places and put themselves in danger to save people.”Mr. Kristensen, who met with his rescuers on Friday, is one of 132 people rescued by international teams. He also described the support from friends and colleagues, and from people around the world whom he has never met.“The hugs and kisses and genuine happiness I have seen from people here on seeing me again, and on knowing I’m alive has been wonderful. It is so amazing the support and the comradeship. You feel part of a larger family. I am very, very appreciative and thankful for their support.” Mr. Kristensen acknowledged that he has a new opportunity in life, but he does not have plans to radically change.“I’m not going to put on a backpack and hike the Himalayas. For me, it’s a mental change. There are so many things you postpone because they are not a priority, especially when you are on mission. I like to travel. I like cultural things. I like to learn new things. Of course I will continue to work and perform the way that I do, but also to see more of my friends and family.” 25 January 2010For five days, Jens Kristensen felt like he was living in a coffin. Under the twisted mountain of rubble of the United Nations headquarters in Haiti, the aid worker was enclosed in a five-foot long space so dark that it made no difference if his eyes were open or closed.
Sri Lanka has denied entry to a British tourist sporting a Buddha tattoo on his arm because he showed disrespect to Buddhism, the Australian Associated Press (AAP) reported.The unnamed Briton was turned back at Bandaranaike Airport, AAP qouted local media as saying. An airport official confirmed the report, but declined to give details.Last August, three French tourists were sentenced to six months in jail, suspended for five years, for kissing a Buddha statue in what the authorities considered was a sign of disrespect. “When questioned about the tattoo, he spoke very disrespectfully about Buddhism,” an immigration official said. “If he expressed such views after entering the country, it would have been a threat to his own safety.” In 2010, Sri Lanka prevented US rap star Akon from visiting because one of his music videos featured scantily clad women dancing in front of a Buddha statue.
NEW YORK — Stocks moved broadly higher on Wall Street Wednesday as investors pivoted to riskier holdings a day after taking shelter from the latest salvos in the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China.Investors snapped up technology, industrial and bank stocks. Encouraging overseas developments helped paint a more stable economic picture, despite the ongoing trade war. Politicians in Britain are seeking a less chaotic exit from the European Union and political tensions in Hong Kong have eased.Chipmakers, which have been at the mercy of trade war volatility, did much of the heavy lifting for the technology sector. Intel rose 2% and Nvidia rose 2.3%. Apple rose 1.2%.Banks rose broadly as bond yields climbed. JPMorgan Chase and PNC Financial both rose 1%. Higher bond yields allow banks to charge more interest on loans.Industrial companies were also among the biggest gainers. Honeywell rose 1.9% and United Technologies rose 1.8%.Investors moved away from safe-play holdings, such as utilities and consumer product makers, which lagged the market.Bond prices fell. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note rose to 1.49% from 1.46% late Tuesday.KEEPING SCORE: The S&P 500 rose 0.7% as of 10 a.m. Eastern Time. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 170 points, or 0.7%, to 26,290. The Nasdaq rose 1%.OVERSEAS: Asian stocks moved broadly higher. The Hang Seng in Hong Kong surged 3.9% as word spread that the government would withdraw an extradition bill that had set off three months of protests in the region.Stocks in Europe moved broadly higher following the latest developments in Britain’s plans to exit the European Union. Britain’s parliament will attempt to defy Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his plans to pull out of the EU on Oct. 31 with or without a withdrawal agreement. Leaving the EU without a deal that covers trade and other issues could result in economic chaos for Britain and complicate trade with member nations in the EU.DISSAPOINTING DRUMSTICKS: Tyson Foods fell 4.8% after the meat producer slashed its 2019 profit forecast because of commodity costs and a fire at a beef processing plant. The company and its competitors are all facing higher costs for animal feed such as corn because flooding delayed the planting season.BAG HANDOVER: Tapestry rose 3.7% after CEO Victor Luis resigned from the upscale handbag maker less than a month after it warned investors about a profit slump. The company has been struggling with its Kate Spade brand, which it bought in 2017. It also owns the Coach brand.Damian J. Troise, The Associated Press
by The Associated Press Posted Feb 11, 2016 8:47 pm MDT Last Updated Feb 12, 2016 at 12:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Uber to pay $28.5M to settle safety ad lawsuits SAN FRANCISCO – Uber said Thursday that it will pay $28.5 million to settle two lawsuits that said the ride-hailing firm misled customers about its safety procedures and fees.The company told a federal judge in San Francisco that it wants to settle the class-action lawsuits by paying about 25 million riders who made U.S. trips between Jan. 1, 2013, and Jan. 31, 2016.The judge must still approve the deal.“We are glad to put these cases behind us and we will continue to invest in new technology and great customer services so that we can help improve safety in the cities we serve,” the San Francisco-based company said in a statement.The lawsuits attacked Uber for charging a fee of up to $2.30 per trip for what it called industry-leading background checks on would-be drivers. However, Uber didn’t do the kind of fingerprint checks required of taxi drivers.Under the settlement, Uber also would stop using certain “safety-related” advertising language and would rename its “Safe Ride Fee” as a “Booking Fee.”Uber said its technology does provide safety features, such as track trips through GPS and sharing a driver’s photo identification and license plate number before the passenger gets into the car.“However no means of transportation can ever be 100 per cent safe. Accidents and incidents do happen,” Uber said. “That’s why it’s important to ensure that the language we use to describe safety at Uber is clear and precise.”Similar lawsuits filed by the district attorneys of San Francisco and Los Angeles are still pending.The prosecutors settled a similar lawsuit with Uber competitor Lyft in 2014. Lyft agreed to pay $250,000 and to stop claiming its background checks were among the best in the industry.Uber and its competitors have encountered various political hurdles as they expand services.Government entities around the globe are grappling with how to regulate and monitor ride-hailing companies. Taxi and limousine drivers and companies complain that the app makers should be subjected to the same regulations and fees they face around the world.The ride-booking companies counter that their drivers are private contractors who use the startups’ technology to find customers in need of rides.
RPMGlobal (RPM) has today announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire 100% of the issued share capital of MinVu, a privately owned Australian headquartered group of companies and leading global provider of mine-wide operational reporting and analytics software solutions to the mining industry.“This transaction represents the 7th software acquisition RPM has undertaken in the past three and a half years. It continues RPM’s determination to deliver a complete Commercial Off-the-Shelf enterprise platform for the mining industry, built on open industry standards which delivers a step change in value chain optimisation through investments in software innovation.”“MinVu are headquartered in Brisbane, Australia and have been providing enterprise operational software to their global customers for over 18 years. Miners rely on the MinVu products to understand exactly what their mining equipment is doing at any time of the day or night.”“Development of the MinVu product has involved significant customer engagement since formation of the company in 1999. This collaborative nature of development has resulted in a comprehensive suite of integration adaptors and data validation functionality being built. The integration adaptors feed operational data into a structured Operational Data Store which is used by more than 250 standard reports and real time dashboards.”“The ability to connect and extract real-time data from operational systems and then turn this data into meaningful transaction based information is at the heart of the MinVu solutions. This includes, but is not limited to, Fleet Management Systems (FMS), Dragline Monitoring Systems, Dozer, Loader and Drill positioning Systems and On-board Machine Health Systems. All of this data is extracted, validated and augmented to ensure that the reports that are presented to operational management can be used with absolute confidence.”The mining companies that use MinVu every day in their mining operations include BHP, Glencore, Anglo American, South 32, Yancoal, US Steel, Canadian Natural Resources, PT Bumi, Ok Tedi, New Hope Corporation, Dominion Diamonds, and Wesfarmers. MinVu allows these mining companies to have a real-time view of operational data (from all of the discrete items of mining equipment operating in a mine) in one report.Commenting on this acquisition, RPM CEO and Managing Director Richard Mathews said, “Since acquiring a copy of the Fewzion Short Interval Control (SIC) product twelve months ago we have been building the underlying architecture to enable us to deliver a fully automated Short Interval Control system. Having the ability to automatically take live data feeds off our customer’s operational systems will dramatically accelerate our move into the Short Interval Control space where real time plan verses actual performance is the goal.”“MinVu is the only company that we know of who have built a comprehensive suite of standard integration adaptors across all key operational systems that operate in a mine. As such we believe the integration, data validation, structured Operational Data Store (ODS) and associated reporting will give RPM a commanding head start over other software vendors who decide they want to provide a mining Short Interval Control system in the future.”“While the major consideration for this acquisition was advancement of our Short Interval Control System many of our other products will benefit from access to operational data via our enterprise planning framework (EPF).”“The company’s Ultra Short Term Planning product XECUTE will be able to immediately utilise the MinVu integration adaptors to bring back data such as Equipment GPS coordinates, actual bucket positions, material movements, drill-hole details, actual production rates and incorporate them into the production plan. This will extend the functionality of XECUTE whilst increasing the number of modules in the RPM suite.”“Our strategic maintenance product AMT will use MinVu’s Operational Historian to store actual health data from on-board systems to be compared against planned maintenance events and feed this into our Dynamic Life Cycle Costing engine. This will bring together asset life cycle costing and condition based monitoring.”“Having an Operational Data Store enables RPM to not only deliver rich plan vs actual analysis, but we can use this data to adjust planning parameters to align with what is actually happening in the operations. This seamless integration helps planners increase the level of predictability in their production plans.”“RPM’s HAULSIM and SIMULATE products will also benefit from being able to take direct feeds from many different FMS systems. The GPS position data as well as a detailed breakdown of the haulage cycles will accelerate model calibration. Importantly MinVu already has the logic to clean the data (removing erroneous results) which has always been the major issue with the use of on-board data feeds.”“The combination of RPM and MinVu’ product offerings will create the most advanced single vendor Short Interval Control System for mining companies. It will assist to reduce the cost of mining as operational staff will be able to monitor the performance of their equipment in real-time using the most advanced user interface in the industry.”Co-founder and Director of MinVu, Mike Taylor said “For the last 18 years we have worked tirelessly building software solutions with our customers that help them improve their operations. We have always wanted our products to be integrated with the industry’s leading production, costing and simulation systems and this transaction delivers exactly that.”“We have been very impressed with RPM’s vision for the industry and the investment they are making in their products in what has been a difficult period for suppliers to the mining industry. We are convinced that the MinVu product suite will benefit from increased investment and the sales and marketing support which RPM can offer it right around the world. As evidenced by the structure of this deal and the consideration we have accepted for RPM shares, we firmly believe in this complementary combination of the two product suites and management teams.”
Condolences Hundreds of messages from friends and family have been flooding in to his condolences page. Borough Boxing Club stated:Rip Spainer. Sadly missed by all at the club , our thoughts are with your family at this time.Here are a few of the other messages:Rest in peace David. You were a great guy who put a lot of smiles on peoples faces. You will always be remembered and missed greatly xxx THE FUNERAL OF David Spain, the 26-year-old that was fatally stabbed in the early hours of St Stephen’s Day, will take place today in Shankill.Spain had returned from Sydney, Australia ten weeks previous to the incident, so he could spend Christmas with his family.MassThe funeral mass will begin at 10am at St Anne’s Church, Shankill and will be streamed live so that his friends in Australia can view the funeral.The link to view the mass can be accessed here. It will also be available on playback.Following the funeral, his remains will be brought to Shanganagh Cemetery in Shankill for burial. The family have asked that donations, if desired, be made to the Irish Kidney Society.His friend, Sean Turner, a well-known professional boxer in the area, was also stabbed and he remains in St Vincent’s Hospital with serious internal injuries.Wayne Kennedy, aged 32, was brought before Bray District Court and charged over the attack.His death notice reads:David (Spainer), dearly beloved son of David and Iris, much loved brother of Jennifer and Sean. Sadly missed never forgotten by his heartbroken dad, mum, sister, brother, grandparents, godson, aunts, uncles, cousins, relatives and friends. One of the nicest kids from Shankill, little Spainer in his Celtic gear playing football at the back of the old school. An absolute pleasure to have know you, and you a shining credit to you Mum and Dad. RIP fella Your a sound bloke Spainer any night I was out with ya had a great night your a funny fella who’s sadly missed by everyone our thoughts are with your family Rest in Paradise Spainer, absolute gent taken long before his time, Thoughts and prayers are with the whole Spain family. RIP.Read: Man charged over St Stephen’s Day murder>More: Man dead and another seriously injured after early morning stabbing in Shankill>
You can’t check the tech headlines these days without stumbling on a patent lawsuit of some kind. This time it’s Apple bringing the legal thunder against Samsung for allegedly infringing on its design patents when building the Samsung Galaxy line of phones and tablets. While it’s common knowledge that the Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab bear a resemblance to the iPhone and iPad, this is the first time anyone’s implied that the design similarity is enough to warrant a patent lawsuit.Apple’s assertion is that Samsung is trying to copy the iPhone and iPad experience from top to bottom. From the design of the Galaxy S, Galaxy Tab, and even the Galaxy Player (which isn’t available in the United States and subsequently isn’t really reflected in the lawsuit,) Apple contends that the design, packaging, and even user interface have been modified to look like Apple products and iOS.AdChoices广告In the court filing, Apple contended that Samsung copied a number of basic elements from patents that Apple was awarded in 2009 and 2010. Those patents covered the basic design of the iPhone and the placement and design of app icons on the home screens. Apple accused Samsung of copying those design elements, and even of infringing on the iPhone and iPad’s “trade dress,” which is a heavy-handed way of saying Samsung went out of their way to make sure the products look, feel, and are packaged alike.Samsung reps have responded in kind, vowing a long battle in court and claiming that their devices and UI differ significantly enough from Apple’s that customers would never get the two mixed up. They claim that any similarities between the two products aren’t so much that they get to the point of patent infringement, and that they’re looking forward to defending themselves in court.All things equal, it’s not a secret that the Galaxy S looks physically similar to the iPhone. It’s also no secret that the way Samsung chose to skin Android on the Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab resembles iOS on the iPhone and iPad. Reviewers have even noted those similarities as a way Samsung made sure to make sure its devices are accessible to a market that’s used to being inundated with images of the iPhone and iPad as the primary examples of a smartphone and tablet.However, it will be up to the courts to decide whether those similarities go too far and exceed the boundaries of acceptable similarities and into the realm of patent infringement. At the same time, even as Apple files claims against Samsung, it’s also worth noting that Apple is up against similar lawsuits from Nokia and HTC claiming that their patents have been infringed upon. The entire smartphone industry is awash in trademark and patent lawsuits, and it’ll be years before they settle down.via All Things Digital
By Brion Hoban https://jrnl.ie/4582547 Apr 8th 2019, 9:22 PM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Image: Sasko Lazarov via RollingNews.ie No Comments A DONEGAL FATHER-of-six raped his teenage daughter once per week while his wife was away from the house, a court has heard.Maurice Lafferty (50) of Corcullen, Castlefin, Donegal, pleaded guilty at the Central Criminal Court to raping his daughter Annie Lafferty at his home on dates between 1 November 2010 and 30 June 2011.Garda Sergeant John Dorian told Paul Carroll SC, prosecuting, that the accused’s wife worked in Letterkenny and lived away from the home four nights a week during the period of offending.Sergeant Dorian said that on a night in November, 2010, Lafferty came into his then-seventeen year old daughter’s bedroom. “You’re my good little girl, you’re the only one I can trust,” Lafferty said to her.He started to grope her and said he wanted to “show how much I love you”. His daughter tried to push him away and he called her “a tramp” before pinning her on the bed and raping her.Afterwards he told her not to tell anyone about what he had done. Lafferty said that no one would believe her and that her younger siblings would be taken away if she said anything.Sergeant Dorian said that Lafferty continued to rape his daughter once per week.Lafferty (25) told the court she wished to waive her right to anonymity.In her victim impact statement, which she read out in court, she said her parents were more interested in drinking than being parents and she took over caring for her younger siblings.Lafferty said “to say I was scared is an understatement” during the period she was abused by her father. She said that “instead of protecting me, he was the one who did me harm”.“My cry for help was ignored”, said Lafferty. She said she told her mother about the abuse, only for her mother to turn her back on her and believe her father’s version of events.She said he was the one who decided what she did and “it was like I was a puppet attached to strings”. She said the “scars that man left on me will always be there”.Anne Rowland SC, defending, said her client was “drinking extremely heavily” at the time of the offences. She said he suffers from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease which causes him to “black out” during fits of extreme coughing.Rowland said that Lafferty built his house himself and it is about to be repossessed.Justice Alex Owens remanded Lafferty on continuing bail and adjourned the matter for sentencing on 29 April next.Comments are closed as legal proceedings are ongoing. Image: Sasko Lazarov via RollingNews.ie Man raped teenage daughter once per week while his wife was away, court hears Annie Lafferty (25) told the court she wished to waive her right to anonymity. 60,735 Views Monday 8 Apr 2019, 9:22 PM Share50 Tweet Email Short URL
Objet Geek du Week End : l’électro-portrait de Steve JobsL’emblématique Steve Jobs a été reconstitué à l’aide de seuls composants du MacBook Pro. Et le résultat obtenu est tout simplement incroyable !C’est sans véritable surprise que les hommages artistiques à Steve Jobs se sont succédés depuis la mort de l’un des fondateurs d’Apple. Cette pièce hommage au créateur du Mac, de l’iPod, de l’iPhone, a été réalisée par la Mint Foundry.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Cette fondation a fabriqué une œuvre à partir de seuls composants trouvés dans un Macbook Pro ! A l’arrivée, le dessin de l’entrepreneur apparaît de manière distincte et le travail fait mouche. Il aura sans doute fallu beaucoup de patience aux créateurs pour en arriver à une tel résultat !Mais l’œuvre est là et comme en atteste cette photographie, nous reconnaissons Steve Jobs au premier regard. Et la matière première du “tableau” se prête tout à fait à l’esprit Apple ! La Mint Foundry a d’ailleurs déclaré alors que le projet était en cours d’élaboration : “ce fut une expérience incroyablement humble”. Nous tenons là sans doute un futur collector, que le Geek fortuné accrochera avec fierté sur le mur de son salon interactif, à n’en pas douter…Le 28 avril 2012 à 13:30 • Maxime Lambert
Africa is struggling to put an end to personality centred governments and build institution centred governments. A personality centred government leads to the centralisation of power in one hand thus consolidating a monarchical system of government. The rule of law becomes insignificant and the rule of might holds sway. The end result is that institutions become the casualty. Hence they are allowed to decay. The services they should render become unavailable.On the other hand, where institutions are the basis of governments, their performance is constantly monitored and evaluated to determine efficiency and effectiveness. Such checks compel institutions to improve their performance. Thus services are rendered to the satisfaction of the beneficiaries.There was a big debate as to whether or not the Supreme Court of the Gambia was properly constituted. Lawyers who needed the services of the court for the past year but could not get their cases heard told the general public that the court was not fully constituted. Now the debate is over. During the hearing of an election petition, it is now evident that the court is not properly constituted.Justice is never complete until a person who is convicted is accorded the right to exhaust appeals. If that is not done then justice is derailed.Gambians should now prepare themselves to build a republic with the proper checks and balances so that institutions will not be found wanting in rendering the services they are designed to provide.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 25 Dec 2015 – Count your blessings and show God gratitude says leader of the People’s Democratic Movement, Hon Sharlene Robinson as she delivered her Christmas message on behalf of the PDM. Robinson said it is only right that everyone pause to give God thanks and praise, adding that the end of the year and beginning of a new year also leads to a time of reflection. The PDM Party leader said we ought not get stuck, “If we were to allow ourselves to be stuck in what was a difficult year for many and if we were to dwell on the lack of material things or the past hurts, losses and disappointments in 2015, then we would be robbing God of the gratitude and thanksgiving that He deserves. I offer you the following thoughts: whatever you have been through and are going through, you have made it this far and not without God’s grace and mercy and whatever you anticipate for the new year, God is already there ahead of you.”As for what we should be doing with our time during the Christmas, she said, I quote: “During this season, give your family some quality time…” Speaking for her party, Hon Robinson concluded with: “In the words of an unknown author, “May you have the spirit of Christmas which is peace, the gladness of Christmas which is hope and the heart of Christmas which is love.” Related Items:christmas message, Hon Sharlene Robinson, Pdm Recommended for you TCI Country Leaders condemn vicious memes Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp TCI Premier blasts Opposition side for “slop” information, sets it straight in HOA Only Doug and Ralph and Ruth can fit, that’s why
The American Soybean Association (ASA) today applauded passage of omnibus farm legislation by the House of Representatives. At the same time, ASA called on the Senate to act quickly to write its own version that treats soybeans equitably with other program crops.”While ASA was not satisfied with the inequitable levels of support for soybeans in the House farm bill, we did support the overall spending and investment levels for agriculture contemplated in the bill,” said Bart Ruth, a soybean and corn producer from Rising City, Nebraska. “We look forward to working with the Senate Agriculture Committee in drafting an alternative bill that provides fair and balanced treatment for soybean producers.”Ruth’s remarks followed House passage of the “Agriculture Security Act,” which had been approved by the House Agriculture Committee in July. At that time, ASA had clearly expressed concerns that the bill does not provide levels of support for soybeans that are equitable with support provided to other major crops. These concerns focused on fixed payments and target prices for soybeans that do not reflect historical price relationships with other program crops.Despite these objections, ASA strongly defended the spending allocations for commodity, conservation, research, trade, and rural development programs in the House bill against amendments that would have significantly shifted funding allocations. ASA state affiliates actively participated in the successful effort to protect the overall farm program safety net.”ASA continues to support the funding level provided in the House bill,” Ruth stated. “We are working closely with the Senate Agriculture Committee and other Senate offices to craft alternative legislation that fully utilizes these funds, and also addresses our concern that farm programs be fair and balanced between program crops. ASA hopes the Senate can act quickly and conclude the farm bill process before adjourning this year.” “However,” Ruth concluded, “the Senate should not allow this year’s timetable to dictate acceptance of the House farm bill. U.S. soybean producers need long-term legislation that ensures equitable treatment of the Nation’s most valuable export crop.”More details on ASA policy can be found at www.SoyGrowers.com.
Discussants at a programme titled ‘Situation of Gender-based Violence in the Garments Industry’ organised by Shojag, a coalition of five rights bodies, on Monday.As many as 22 per cent female readymade garment workers faced physical, psychological or sexual harassment at or outside their workplace while 11 per cent say they feel insecure at work, according to a recent study.The findings of the study conducted by Shojag, a coalition of rights bodies, including Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust (BLAST), BRAC, Christian Aid, Naripokkho and SNV Netherlands Development Organisation, were presented at a programme in the city on Monday.Shojag leader Mahin Sultan said 382 RMG workers of different factories in Savar, Ashulia and Gazipur areas were questioned between March and June 2018 as part of the study.Around 83 per cent female workers reported that they had experienced abusive comments, groping while queuing for security checks, unwanted touches by male colleagues and intimidation for attempted sexual relations at workplace.Among the respondents, two-third people said, they don’t complain to their respective authorities as they think they would not get any justice.The study made some recommendations to the government, including the need to ensure a functioning complaint mechanism system in the industry and raising awareness among public transport workers on violence and sexual harassment of the female workers.Department of Inspection for Factories and Establishments deputy inspector general Matiur Rahman recommended that the existing law should incorporate rules such as establishing commercial day care facilities for female workers and ensuring lighter works for the female workers after maternity leave.Labour and employment ministry’s Begum Mursheda Hai, BLAST’s Mahbuba Akhter, Renesa Group’s Syeda Shaila Ashraf, Shojag’s Rowshan Ara, among others, spoke at the programme.
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From there, fans were shuffled into one hall where no line was formed but rather grouped together in one big hall cattle to go through metal detectors. Since there was only one entrance in, this was indeed a slog. Luckily ReedPop heard fans cries and have thus since fixed the issue, by opening two more areas up to get onto the show floor. Once inside I was given a spot in line within a gigantic and empty hall. It was here that would lay out my folding chair and rest my bag. I was going to be here for thirteen hours until the main event took place.This ended up being an event all in itself. An impromptu DJ came out and spun galactic mixes for part of the hall, but was heard all over. Attendees were trying to get rest looked a bit grumpy about the music decision. Luckily it was only for about an hour to hype fans up for their long wait. Lightsaber battles took place; dance competitions went down. It all looked well and good, but my Nintendo Switch was my main focus, that is until it died. After it was uncomfortable sleeping from there on out.One funny moment I’d like to point out was when a drape pipe, which was turned into dividers for the lines would get knocked over by someone trying to pass by or under; the show floor would all applaud. This made attendees try their best to limbo in around. Sadly this happens quite often but kept us all amused.Around 10 am, attendees, started to pack their things as our line was formed much tighter and we were all escorted to the main hall. We were given our wristbands and we all stood yet another line. From here we took our seats and were ready for anything. This is the event we had all been waiting for!Kathleen Kennedy took to the stage to wish us fans welcome and to share a bit about what the legacy of Star Wars has meant to us all. To do that she brought out host Warwick Davis who portrayed Wicket the Ewok. His first surprise guest was George Lucas. It was nice to see George again since we had not really heard much from the director since the last Celebration in Orlando back in 2012 where he was helping Seth Green promote Star Wars: Detours. An animated series that sadly never came to light.From there classic Star Wars actors like Anthony Daniels (C3PO), Billy D Williams (Lando), Peter Mayhew (Chewbacca) took to the stage. Then the Sith Lords themselves took over as Hayden Christensen (Anakin Skywalker), and Ian McDiarmid (Emperor Palpatine) shared bits about their favorite moments from the series. Even after all the gruff Christensen has received over the years for the prequel films, it was nice to have him back at a show like this and see parts of the prequels become welcomed back into the series.Surprise video feeds came in from actors on filming locations who also wanted to share a few words on what the series has meant to them. Samuel Jackson (Mace Windu) reminded us all that he isn’t dead and that he needs another entry into the series, while Liem Neason (Qui-Gon Jin) gave a few words on his old co-star Jar Jar Binks saying that he had indeed gone to the dark side. These light hearted videos were a perfect tie in to remind us all that even though the prequels are not the best, the are still canon and will never go away. But let’s just have fun with them for what they are and move on.It was from here that the great surprises started to unfold. Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker) took to the stage to share his favorite moments from the series, but no without his co-star Harrison Ford (Han Solo). The room erupted when Harrison walked out. We all know the actor can be a tad put off by the whole geek culture thing and usually sees most acting gigs as paychecks, but with the recent loss of Star Wars alum Carrie Fisher, this was a pleasant get together for all. From here things turned into more of a tribute to the strongest princess in the galaxy and the woman who portrayed her. We were shown a great remembrance piece of all of Carrie’s work on set to her always fun and interesting television Q&A moments. Fisher’s daughter Billie Lourd then came out and spoke a bit about her mother. She even recited her mothers famous “long” line of dialogue, the distress signal message. The crows again roared and gave Lourd and a standing ovation.Then unbeknownst to us all, a curtain dropped, and the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra lead by John Williams himself played “Leia’s Theme” from A New Hope. It was simply breath taking as photos of Carrie were shown on set during the performance. Not a dry eye was in the room. Sons and daughters who had never seen their fathers squirt an ounce were now getting an emotional show. Williams then went into the “Throne Room” piece that played when the princess presents our heroes with their rewards for blowing up the Death Star. After he went right into the “Imperial March,” which lead us right into the end of the show.As attendees walked out, they were presented with a limited numbered poster of Princess Leia in black & white with the words “May of the Force Be With You” at the bottom. The whole experience was something to behold, and I was floored that I could be a part of it. I’ve been a fan of the series ever since I was shown a bad recording off the television of Return of the Jedi when I was three from my parents. I remember warping that tape out, and my folks bought me “the trilogy.” From then I was an instant fan and have loved every moment since.The show goes until this Sunday (April 16th), and I will be smack dab in the middle of it all from here on out! Star Wars toys, games, statues, guests, leaks all will be revealed. Stay tuned to Geek all weekend long!
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