NSW JUNIOR STATE CUP PLAYED AND WON

first_imgThe NSW Junior State Cup went off without a hitch in Wollongong, with no wild weather or electrical storms…there was simply 277 teams of enthusiastic young Touch players and 777 fine games of Touch. The Manly Sea Eagles were amongst the strongest overall performers, grabbing four of the ten Championship grand finals, as well as one runner-up. Wagga Wagga and Wollongong each claimed two Championships grand final titles, with Parkes and Muswellbrook claiming one each.Wollongong seem to be thriving with the event on their home turf, also claiming three Plate final titles. With Wollongong sides making two Championship and three Plate finals and going on to win all five, the hometown support must surely make a difference in the big matches. The Tamworth Thunder also showed they’re a country region on the improve, especially in the female divisions, finishing second in the Under 14 and Under 18 girls Championship finals and also the Under 18 girls Plate final. The grand finals were all showcases of some of the most promising future Touch players NSW has to offer, with the following results:Championship Grand Finals:McCall Cup, Boys Under 10’s: Manly Sea Eagles (9) def Wests Magpies 1 (6)Tirado Cup, Girls Under 10’s: Manly Sea Eagles (2) def Parramatta Eels (0)Zabielo Cup, Boys Under 12’s: Wagga Wagga (5) def Manly Sea Eagles (0)Vassallo Cup, Girls Under 12’s: Parkes Pumas (13) def Griffith (2)Yiangou Cup, Boys Under 14’s: Manly Sea Eagles (3) def Parramatta Eels (2)Taylor Cup, Girls Under 14’s: Wollongong Devils (7) def Tamworth Thunder 1 (2)Wall Cup, Boys Under 16’s: Muswellbrook Mambas (10) def Penrith Panthers (9)Toohey Cup, Girls Under 16’s: Wagga Wagga (13) def Taree (10)Galea Cup, Boys Under 18’s: Manly Sea Eagles (9) def Wests Magpies (2)Rose Cup, Girls Under 18’s: Wollongong Devils (9) def Tamworth Thunder (4)Plate Grand Finals:McCall Cup, Boys Under 10’s: Wollongong Devils (7) def Nelson Bay Neptunes (4)Tirado Cup, Girls Under 10’s: Central Coast Dolphins (13) def Blacktown Broncos (2)Zabielo Cup, Boys Under 12’s: Taree (8) def Penninsula Piranahs (5)Vassallo Cup, Girls Under 12’s: Port Macquarie vs LBM Rangers (to be confirmed)Yiangou Cup, Boys Under 14’s: Wagga Wagga (3) def Nelson Bay Neptunes (0)Taylor Cup, Girls Under 14’s: City of Orange Thunder (5) def Penrith Panthers (3)Wall Cup, Boys Under 16’s: Central Coast Dolphins (5) def Manly Sea Eagles (0)Toohey Cup, Girls Under 16’s: LBM Rangers (6) def Cronulla Sharks (3)Galea Cup, Boys Under 18’s: Wollongong Devils (13) def Mudgee Mudcrabs (12)Rose Cup, Girls Under 18’s: Wollongong Devils (9) def Tamworth Thunder (4) All results can be found at www.nswtouch.com.au, photographs were taken by Sporting Images and can be purchased at www.sportingimages.com.aulast_img read more

Petra Nemcovas Happy Hearts Fund Partners With Clinique

first_imgClinique, a leader in global beauty, is on a mission to spread smiles across the globe, by reinforcing its long-standing commitment to children and education. Today the brand announced a multi-year partnership with Happy Hearts Fund, an international charity founded and led by Petra Nemcova, helping to build and rebuild schools in areas affected by natural disasters.Petra Nemcova, Founder and Chair of Happy Hearts Fund, Partners with Clinique.“Education is the single greatest opportunity one can give to a child,” said Lynne Greene, Global Brand President, Clinique, Origins and Ojon. “It is the passport to brighter possibilities, transforming individuals, families and communities along the way. With Happy Hearts, it is our mission to put a smile on the face of every child we touch. Petra’s passion and commitment to this cause have been an inspiration to everyone at Clinique, and we feel that together we can accomplish great things.”Clinique chose to partner with Happy Hearts Fund to reinforce the brand’s long-term commitment to children and education. Happy Hearts Fund is active in six countries and has built or rebuilt over 70 schools and kindergartens. Since its inception, the Fund’s programs have benefited more than 41,000 children and 340,000 community members. Through this partnership, Clinique and the Fund will develop educational institutions for children globally.Petra Nemcova, Founder and Chair of Happy Hearts Fund, echoes Clinique’s emphasis on education and sentiments about the partnership, saying, “I am very excited about this partnership as we share so many of the same philosophies with Clinique and I know that together we can give more children access to education, the most important and empowering tool for their futures. Together we will create many Happy Hearts.”Nemcova launched Happy Hearts Fund in 2006 to bring hope to the lives of children affected by natural disasters. As a survivor of the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami in Thailand, Nemcova witnessed the devastation of communities, families, and children. By focusing on rebuilding and building schools in areas affected by natural disasters, the fund helps provide a safe haven for children, and a sense of normalcy.On December 1, 2012, the brand will introduce a limited edition Happy Heart 30ml fragrance for $37 (SRP). $10 from the sale of each fragrance will go directly to Happy Hearts Fund. Clinique has also created a limited edition T-shirt for $16 (SRP), with the message “Make Someone Happy,” a mantra the brand hopes will inspire everyone to consider the act of giving and sharing during the holiday season. $5 from the sale of each T-shirt will go to Happy Hearts Fund. Both products will be sold in the US and Canada, exclusively.last_img read more

Well completion companies report sharp slowdown in fourth quarter activity

first_imgCALGARY, A.B. – Companies whose services are needed for hydraulic fracturing or “fracking” of oil and gas wells are reporting tough times thanks to a slowdown in drilling in Western Canada in the fourth quarter.Shares in both Trican Well Service Ltd. and Source Energy Services Ltd. trended lower Thursday after the Calgary-based companies reported lower sales in the last three months of 2018.Fracking involves injecting water, sand and chemicals under high pressure to crack tight rock formations deep underground and allow trapped oil and gas to flow into the well to be produced. Trican, whose crews step in after a well is drilled to make it ready for production, reported a fourth-quarter net loss from continuing operations of $159 million (including a $134-million goodwill impairment charge), compared with a net profit of $14 million a year earlier.It says revenue dropped by 40 per cent to $168 million from $280 million in the same period of 2017 as its total job count fell by 30 per cent to 2,054 from 2,909.Source Energy, which supplies the specialized sand used in fracking, reported in an operational update that sales fell by 33 per cent to 373,000 tonnes in the fourth quarter from 557,000 tonnes in the same quarter in 2017.The Petroleum Services Association of Canada said last month it expects 5,600 wells to be drilled in the country this year, down from 6,948 in 2018, due to what it calls deteriorating investor confidence in Canada.last_img read more

ExAlgerian Minister Accuses Morocco of Sending Drugs to Algeria

Rabat – The president of the Rally of Algerian Hope (TAJ) party, Amar Ghoul, claimed that Morocco is sending “hashish and drugs” to Algeria.When journalists asked Ghoul, the former Algerian minister of tourism, about Moroccan-Algerian political ties in a press conference on Saturday in Algeria, the politician said, “Morocco is the big winner of the trade balance with Algeria.”He added that trade with Morocco is lopsided: “These people take our oil, our sugar, and all consumer products subsidized to billions of dollars. They send us hashish and drugs instead.” Ghoul’s statement came only a few days after the Algerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued an indirect reaction to King Mohammed VI’s dialogue offer.While the Moroccan government showed interest in normalizing ties with Algeria, Morocco’s eastern neighbor called for a meeting of the Arab Maghreb Union foreign ministers to discuss issues hindering Maghreb unity.Read Also:Algerian Official Accuses Morocco of ‘Flooding’ Algeria with DrugsOn November 6, the monarch called on Algeria to be involved in a direct and frank dialogue with Morocco to break the “stalemate” that hinders Maghreb unity.In line with the King’s offer, Moroccan political parties, including the Justice and Development Party (PJD), announced their intention to meet with Algerian parties.Some Algerian parties, including Ennahda, disapproved of the initiative, saying that the issue between Rabat and Algiers should be solved between the two governments and not between parties.Ghoul also accused Morocco of “throwing” irregular migrants into Algeria.He added that Morocco blames Algeria for expelling migrants. “Their representative at the UN then declares that it is the fault of Algeria.” In October, the United Nations urged Algeria to “stop arbitrary expulsion” of migrants. The News24 outlet reported in July that Bouteflika’s government had resumed expelling migrants into the Sahara desert.Algeria has also previously accused Morocco of “flooding” Algeria of drugs.Most recently, in August, the former secretary general of Algeria’s National Liberation Front (FLN), Djamel Ould Abbes, claimed that Morocco brings “enormous quantities of drugs into the Algerian territory.”The claims were similar to several statements made by Algerian Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdelkader Messahel in October 2017. Messahel accused Moroccan banks and airlines of transporting and selling cannabis.He also accused Morocco of “laundering drug money in sub-Saharan Africa.”Algeria, however, denies that mafias in its country have been marketing hazardous psychotropic pills in Morocco, including ecstasy. In 2017, Morocco’s General Directorate of National Security (DGSN) announced that seizures of psychotropic pills from Algeria “witnessed a very alarming rise over the past years.”DGSN said that it confiscated 808,022 psychotropic pills in 2016, compared to 260,152 in 2015 and 293,282 in 2014. read more

UN fund backs water projects to help rural poor in Syria and

The United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) has announced the creation of two new programmes designed to improve irrigation for needy Ethiopian families and to overcome water shortages and create jobs in north-eastern Syria.Under an agreement signed today in Rome, IFAD’s headquarters, about 190,000 families living in the Syrian provinces of Deir Ezur, Hassake and Raqqa – which are suffering from dwindling water supplies, falling agricultural production and rising unemployment – are expected to benefit from a $58 million project.The scheme, funded in part by a $20 million low-interest loan from IFAD, will help farmers modernize inefficient irrigation systems, support the creation of farmers’ and craftworkers’ marketing associations and sustainable water user groups, and assist a Syrian bank to set up a microfinance system for poor locals.Hamid Abdoull, IFAD’s programme manager for Syria, said the project would help small farmers to manage their resources more sustainably and develop their own small businesses.“We will address the severe water deficit and promote microfinance, micro-enterprise development, marketing, and partnerships with the private sector,” Mr. Abdoull said.In the Ethiopian agreement, signed yesterday, more than 60,000 families are expected to benefit from a $57.7 million project that is financed in part by a $20 million grant from IFAD and a separate $20 million loan from the same agency.This project will develop irrigation schemes for about 12,000 hectares of land, reduce land degradation and improve catchment-area planning in a country plagued by frequent droughts and unreliable rains.The funds will also be used to promote seed production and to establish home vegetable gardens, mainly for local women. 14 June 2007The United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) has announced the creation of two new programmes designed to improve irrigation for needy Ethiopian families and to overcome water shortages and create jobs in north-eastern Syria. read more

Bundesliga Round 11 RheinNeckar Lowen wins derby against Flensburg

Anders Eggertandy schmidBundesligahandballNiklas Landinrn loewenrn lowen Flensburg suffered a small setback in the title race after they have been defeated at home at the hands of Rhein-Neckar Lowen. The team from Mannheim had an excellent second half, which enabled them to win this very important game with 29:26. Andy Schmid led the “Lions” with 9 goals, while Niklas Landin made 19 saves. Anders Eggert, as per usual, was Flensburg’s top scorer.THW Kiel scored an easy victory over Magdeburg, while Darko Stanic had successfull debut for Bietigheim, winning away at Wetzlar with 29:26.Bundesliga Round 11 scores: Gummersbach 27:31 Goppingen, THW Kiel 34:22 Magdeburg, Lemgo 38:21 Minden, Lubbecke 26:35 Fuchse Berlin, Wetzlar 26:29 Bietigheim, Hamburg 34:24 Erlangen, Hannover 39:31 Bergischer, Melsungen 31:25 Friesenheim, Flensburg 26:29 RN Lowen ← Previous Story LNH (Round 8): Montpellier stopped by Cesson to a draw! Next Story → Boris Denić leads RK Maribor Branik read more

No budget will pass that cuts homeless services – Dublin Lord Mayor

first_imgTHE LORD MAYOR of Dublin has warned that cuts to homeless services in this year’s budget for the city are off the table.Speaking to TheJournal.ie, Oisín Quinn said that the city manager’s draft budget , which contains over €5 million in cuts to homeless services, is being worked on, but homeless services are a red-line issue.“We are working with the city manager and representatives from government on some of the issues, particularly where we feel there is more income.In my view, a budget will not pass that contains a cut to homeless services.  And I would say the same for supports for disabled people.Quinn said that cutting homeless services now would be wrong.“You can see it just from walking around the city that the problem is getting worse.“The business and tourism lobbies want this tackled and people want to know that it is being dealt with. Otherwise they will just go to one of the suburban shopping centres.”Quinn added that the government decision not allocate the previously promised 80 per cent of the Local Property Tax to councils was a blow.“The LPT funding would put us comfortably in the black, but we will continue to work on this budget.”The five Sinn Féin councillors on the council have called for the budget to be defeated outright.“Councillors are being asked to accept in this City Council budget such disgraceful cuts as those to homeless services and to housing adaptation grants for older and disabled people, arising directly from Government austerity cuts. We in Sinn Féin will not do so.“We call on all Dublin City Councillors to totally reject this budget and to make a stand for the citizens of this city and for local democracy.”Read: Donegal County Council on verge of collapse after failure to agree budgetRead: Plans for St Teresa’s regeneration publishedlast_img read more

Mayo GAA happy that Elverys Sports sponsorship safe after company secure 650

first_imgMAYO GAA CHIEFS have expressed their content at the security of their sponsorship deal with Elverys Sports despite the company recently going into receivership.The Mayo-based company announced last Friday that they were going into receivership before subsequently being acquired by the company’s management team.The 650 jobs at the retail chain’s 55 outlets across the country have been protected. In late 2011, Mayo signed a four-year sponsorship agreement with the company which notably featured a naming rights deal for MacHale Park.The official statement released today by Mayo GAA reads:“Despite recent speculation we are very happy that our long standing relationship and connection with Elverys remains in place and will do for the foreseeable future.“We are very proud to have a company of the magnitude of Elverys as our main sponsor and we look forward to continuing that relationship going forward.“As was recently speculated Mayo-based Elverys Sports was placed into receivership before being acquired by the company’s management team. It was also fantastic news to hear that the 650 jobs at the 55 Elverys outlets across the country would be secure.“Elverys will continue to be displayed on the jerseys of all our teams and no doubt will see many appearances in Croke Park in the latter stages of the year.”19 of the best GAA pictures from the weekend’s actionBrophy snatches dramatic win for Kildare over Mayolast_img read more

Woman gets 2 days in jail for killing dogs on her property

first_imgMCMINNVILLE, Ore. — A woman who fatally shot two of her neighbors’ dogs after they wandered onto her rural McMinnville property has been sentenced to two days in jail.The Oregonian/OregonLive reports 44-year-old Nicole Erica Wood was also sentenced Monday to pay a $1,000 fine, be on probation for 18 months, complete 200 hours of community service and give up the two guns she used to kill the dogs in 2016.The dogs, a boxer and a German short-haired pointer, belonged to two families who lived about three-quarters of a mile away from Wood.Wood told police she thought the dogs had killed her cat a few months earlier and were a neighborhood menace. Investigators say she warned one of the dog’s owners that if the dogs stepped on her property again, she’d kill them.She was found guilty of two counts of animal abuse.last_img read more

State Senator Brian Jones hosts meet and greet at new district office

first_img KUSI Newsroom, December 18, 2018 KUSI Newsroom 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsEL CAJON (KUSI) – Newly elected state senator Brian Jones is having a grand opening Tuesday for his district office in El Cajon to meet the community.The event is from 4:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. at his office on 500 Fesler Street in El Cajon.Jones represented the 71st Assembly district in the California State Legislature from 2010 to 2016. Most of the district he represented in the Assembly is now part of his Senate district.The State Legislature begins its 2019-2020 legislative session on Monday, January 7, 2019. State Senator Brian Jones hosts meet and greet at new district office Posted: December 18, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News, Politics FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Lila Downs Announces New Album Paying Tribute To The Chile Pepper Releases

first_img Lila Downs Announces New Album Paying Tribute To The Chile Pepper, Releases Tour Info Facebook Twitter News Lila Downs Announces New Album, Tour lila-downs-announces-new-album-paying-tribute-chile-pepper-releases-tour-info Email The announcement was made with the release of the first single, a cover of the Peruvian cumbia classic “Cariñito”Jennifer VelezGRAMMYs Apr 10, 2019 – 5:42 pm GRAMMY-winning singer/songwriter Lila Downs, known for her eclectic mixture sounds from Mexico and beyond, has announced that her latest album, Al Chile, will pay tribute to the chile pepper and will drop May 3. The news came with the release of the first single, “Cariñito.”Al Chile, produced by the GRAMMY-nominated DJ and producer Camilo Lara (Mexican Institute of Sound) and mixed by Mario Caldato Jr., who has worked with the Beastie Boys and Jack Johnson, is not a joke; it sincerely shows love for the fruit. “Yes, the music is a tribute to the fruit that causes us so much craving and suffering, but that we really love!” Downs said in a statement. “We fry the chile, add beats from the city, then saxophones, trumpets and drums from the Mexican coast to keep the dance going. The village and the city are united by the same beat. With a mezcal in hand, we dream of a place with a palm tree where one falls in love and reflects.”The first single is Down’s take on a Peruvian cumbia classic. The singer also released dates for the album’s supporting tour that will take her to Los Angeles’ Walt Disney Concert Hall, New York City, Seattle and other cities across the U.S.For more information on the tour, visit Downs’ website. Closing The Gap: How Latina Artists Are Combating Gender Inequality In Urban MusicRead morelast_img read more

Anchorage School District releases proposed budget amendments

first_imgThe Anchorage School District released their suggestions for adjusting next year’s budget on Friday. Under the superintendent’s proposal, the district would cut 57 classroom teachers instead of 143. The proposal does not add back in more than 48 support staff positions that were cut in the initial budget.Additionally, one-time funding from the legislature will provide money for three-year long initiatives, like early literacy coaches, science curriculum materials, and other programs. $15 million from the state legislature was also allotted specifically to support Anchorage’s eight charter schools over the next three years.In a press release from the district, Superintendent Ed Graff said “It’s important that we look ahead and designate our resources on practices that are sustainable and not solely focus on the year in front of us. I believe this proposed budget adjustment package is a solid combination of prioritizing classroom teachers  and investing in high-value initiatives that are focused on improving student achievement  while remaining fiscally responsible.”The budget proposal will be discussed during the ASD School Board meeting on Monday night at 6:30 pm in the ASD Education Center on Northern Lights.last_img read more

DICE confirms Battlefield 4 set in modern day

first_imgWith the release of Battlefield 3 $5.99 at Amazon , DICE introduced its new Frostbite 2 game engine and brought the series bang up-to-date with its modern day setting. With Battlefield 2 getting its final new release in 2006, gamers wouldn’t be that surprised to wait a few more years for Battlefield 4 to arrive. That’s not the case, however, and you will be able to play the new game next year.Battlefield 4 was announced in July without any real detail being divulged. However, with the Game Developer Conference in Europe running this week, DICE has decided to release some small slither of new details.It has been confirmed that Battlefield 4 will take place in the same modern day setting as BF3, and it will not take 6 years to get it ready to ship. Karl Magnus Troedsson, general manager at DICE, stated that they expect a much quicker turnaround mainly because gamers want more Battlefield as soon as possible. They also aren’t developing another new engine for BF4 to use, which saves years on development time.The decision to stick with a modern day setting is because DICE believe they can do a lot more with it, and this could be where the series stays for a number of releases. I doubt many will complain about that.DICE must also be looking at the success Activision has had with the Call of Duty series, which manages a release a new title each year and sells millions with every iteration. DICE and EA clearly both want the same from the Battlefield series, even if they don’t deliver every 12 months.If you’re a Battlefield fan, then the good news is you will be able to play Battlefield 4 next year. However, EA will be forcing you to purchase another game in order to gain access. The beta will be limited to gamers who pre-order and purchase the Medal of Honor Warfighter Limited Edition, which launches on October 23.The most surprising thing about that limited beta access is it doesn’t seem to include gamers who signed up to the Battlefield Premium service. Surely they need some beta love, too?For the time being it seems Battlefield: Bad Company games have taken a backseat, but Troedsson said we shouldn’t rule out another Bad Company game appearing at some point in the future. For now the focus is on the main series, though.Read more at Joystiqlast_img read more

Apollo Enters Agreement with ChartMaxx to Provide Enterprise Imaging and Content Management

first_img Feature | Information Technology | July 31, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr How Smart Devices Can Improve Efficiency Innovation is trending toward improved efficiency — but not at the expense of patient safety, according to… read more Apollo Enterprise Imaging Corp announced that it has entered into a strategic agreement with Quest Diagnostics to provide a complete enterprise imaging and content management solution for use with ChartMaxx, an enterprise content management (ECM) solution from Quest Diagnostics. With the combined solution, hospitals and health systems that use ChartMaxx will be able to manage, retrieve and share a broader spectrum of clinical multimedia, images, documents and data within the ChartMaxx platform. Additional terms were not disclosed.Much of the content hospitals generate to care for patients, including DICOM and PACS images, is image-rich, large in data size, and difficult to manage. Apollo EPMM (Enterprise Patient Multimedia Manager) provides clinicians a single integrated solution to acquire, store, view and share the entire clinical multimedia spectrum generated by all subspecialties across the healthcare enterprise. Apollo EPMM streamlines workflows across 45 clinical specialties and is the only solution that can enhance clinical collaboration by enabling healthcare professionals to access their patients’ original clinical multimedia content and results through the EMR or directly via the Apollo platform.ChartMaxx provides users 24/7 concurrent access to medical record information, including structured and unstructured data across the healthcare enterprise. Physicians and staff get online, intuitive access to the longitudinal patient record and critical information. The result is improved patient care, streamlined processes, a significant reduction in paper and technology solution that fits the needs of the healthcare organization.More than 270 hospitals and integrated healthcare delivery networks have implemented ChartMaxx. Ranked the ‘Best in KLAS’ DMI solution more than any vendor, ChartMaxx enables healthcare organizations to see immediate improvements that support EMR integration, enhance performance results, accelerate processes, meet compliance standards, save time and reduce costs.According to Mark Newburger, Apollo CEO, “The combination of ChartMaxx and Apollo EPMM capabilities transforms the existing healthcare information technology structure into a cohesive information framework that is better for patients, easier for providers, and secure for facilities. We accomplish this by providing an image management software solution which enables the capture, storage, retrieval and sharing of medical images and multimedia from all clinical departments and care scenarios, not just radiology and cardiology. This Integration will enable Apollo and Quest Diagnostics to provide the most comprehensive and secure enterprise imaging and content management solution available in the market today.  Combined with familiar systems already used by providers, the solution expedites collaborative care, while saving customers money.”For more information: www.apolloei.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. 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Another life sentence for Argentine exdictator

first_img Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Comments   Share   Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Patients with chronic pain give advice Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Top holiday drink recipescenter_img BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) – Argentina’s last dictator, Reynaldo Benito Bignone, has received another sentence of life in prison, this time for human rights violations involving detainees inside the Campo de Mayo military base.As many as 5,000 so-called subversives were held inside the base during Argentina’s 1976-1983 dictatorship. Most were killed and made to disappear.This trial ended with the 85-year-old Bignone convicted of illegal arrests, kidnapping, robbery, torture and murder against 23 of the detainees, including seven women who gave birth inside the clandestine prison. Bignone is already jailed for other crimes, but the additional conviction pleased Gaston Mena, whose mother gave birth to a sibling who was probably illegally adopted after the mother was killed.Mena said the sentence provides “closure, but we keep looking for my brother or sister.”(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) 3 international destinations to visit in 2019 Top Stories Sponsored Stories last_img read more

Terrorism warning for travellers to Indonesia

first_imgGovernments across the world are issuing terrorist warnings to travellers planning to go to Indonesia.Key federal governments across the world has stressed the need for tourists to be careful travelling in Indonesia after the United States issued a fresh warning of possible terrorist attacks in the country.The US in recent days warned of a heightened terrorism threat against American banks and hotels in Indonesia’s second largest city, Surabaya.Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs has since updated its own travel advice urging travellers to show a “high degree of caution” though it does not call for people to reconsider visiting Indonesia.Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, said the renewed advice from her department had come in response to advice from the security agencies.Surabaya, in East Java, has some history with local terrorism, though Indonesian security experts told The Jakarta Post an immediate attack was unlikely there because radical Islamists did not currently have strong support networks there as reported by the Sydney Morning Herald.A statement on the Australian Government’s website says “we continue to receive information that indicates that terrorists may be planning attacks in Indonesia, which could take place at any time”.“Gatherings of Westerners over this period could also be appealing targets for terrorists. Terrorists have previously attacked or planned to attack such places, including nightclubs, bars, restaurants, international hotels, airports and places of worship in Bali, Jakarta and elsewhere in Indonesia. These types of venues could be attacked again” the statement reads.Source = ETB Travel News: Lewis Wisemanlast_img read more

Hawaiian Airlines shares the love for Valentines Day

first_imgHawaiian Airlines shares the love for Valentine’s DayHawaiian Airlines shares the love for Valentine’s DayHawaiian Airlines is sharing the love with local travel agency partners, today announcing a Valentine’s Day special – offering companion airfares at 50 percent off fare prices*.Hawaiian team members shared their Aloha spirit by visiting travel agencies in Sydney and Brisbane offering gifts of fresh flower lei, balloons and Lindt chocolates for Valentine’s Day.“We appreciate the support of our partners in the trade and we love to spread Aloha – and what better way to do that than offering Australians the chance to buy a great value trip to the romantic Hawaiian Islands?,” said Hawaiian Airlines Regional Director Australia and New Zealand, Gai Tyrrell.Hawaiian Airlines’ “Take Your Other Half for Half Price” Valentine’s Day Sale is available for sale from 13 to 16 February, 2018; via GDS bookings only; for travel between 14 February – 26 March and 18 April – 20 June (ex Sydney) and 14 February – 19 March and 7 April – 11 June (ex Brisbane). Subject to availability.*See the GDS channel for pricing and full terms and conditions. The offer is based on flights ex-Sydney and Brisbane to Honolulu, Maui, Kona & Kaua’i (does not apply to Australian domestic add-on flights).The 50 percent off companion fare applies to the air component not to taxes.Source = Hawaiian Airlineslast_img read more

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first_img by The Associated Press Posted Apr 24, 2018 9:32 am PDT Last Updated Apr 24, 2018 at 10:21 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email FILE – In this April 18, 2018 file photo, former FBI director James Comey poses with his book “A Higher Loyalty” at a Barnes & Noble book store in New York. Flatiron Books announced Tuesday that sales topped 600,000 copies, a number that includes print, audio and e-books. The former FBI director’s memoir has been one of the year’s most anticipated releases. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II, File) Comey book sells more than 600,000 copies in first weekcenter_img NEW YORK, N.Y. – James Comey’s “A Higher Loyalty” had a very big opening week.Flatiron Books announced Tuesday that sales topped 600,000 copies, a number that includes print, audio and e-books. The former FBI director’s memoir has been one of the year’s most anticipated releases. It includes his accounts of investigating Hillary Clinton’s emails and of his awkward encounters with President Donald Trump.Comey, fired by Trump a year ago, has likened the president to a crime boss who values personal loyalty over service to the country. Published April 17, “A Higher Loyalty” is the hottest political book since Michael Wolff’s million-selling “Fire and Fury,” which came out in January.Both books were published by imprints of Macmillan.last_img read more