Journalists killed, injured as security situation worsens

first_img News News Help by sharing this information Organisation United Nations: press freedom situation “deeply worrying” in Yemen, according to RSF A TV presenter was killed and a cameraman was wounded when the Saudi-led coalition carried out air strikes that shook the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, on 20 April, a day before Saudi Arabia announced the end of its Operation Decisive Storm in Yemen. to go further February 26, 2021 Find out more April 24, 2015 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Journalists killed, injured as security situation worsens RSF_en Follow the news on Yemen February 11, 2021 Find out more YemenMiddle East – North Africa News The air strikes targeted a Houthi-controlled missile base in the south Sanaa district of Fajj Attan located near Al-Yemen Al-Youm TV, a TV station linked to former President Saleh. The missile base also contained arms and munitions depots.Four Al-Yemen Al-Youm TV employees were killed and around ten were injured. Those killed included Mohamed Rajah Chamsan, who was one of the station’s presenters and was also a presenter on Yemen FM. The Al-Yemen Al-Youm TV building sustained damage forcing the station off the air for more than an hour.According to local hospitals, more than 30 people were killed and around 350 were wounded in the air strikes.Chamsan was struck in the head by shell fragments while near the Al-Yemen Al-Youm TV building with cameraman Abdallah Al-Chakry, who was seriously injured.In a video posted on YouTube, Al-Yemen Al-Youm TV journalist Nabil Al-Ayani said Chamsan was in a car about 100 metres from the building when it was hit by a missile.Reporters Without Borders is extremely worried by the decline in the political and security situation in Yemen. In recent months, many journalists have been the targets of threats, physical attacks or abduction by Houthi rebels or unidentified persons. Rebels have also stormed many media outlets.“We call on the authorities and all parties to the conflict to respect the work of media personnel,” Reporters Without Borders programme director Lucie Morillon said. “Targeting journalists involved in reporting activities constitutes a grave violation of the Geneva Conventions.”According to the International Federation of Journalists and its partner, the Yemeni Journalists’ Syndicate, Al-Yemen Al-Youm TV had to evacuate its headquarters in late March for security reasons after a phone call from a coalition member warning that it was regarded as a military target.A military spokesman for the coalition had moreover warned that media groups linked to the Houthi rebels or to former President Saleh constituted legitimate targets.According to local sources, the explosion at Al-Yemen Al-Youm TV was one of the biggest in Sanaa since the Saudi-led coalition launched its offensive against the Houthi rebels on 26 March.Yemen is ranked 168th out of 180 countries in the 2015 Reporters Without Borders press freedom index. News Yemeni journalist killed, nine wounded in Aden airport explosions Receive email alerts January 6, 2021 Find out more Fixer for foreign reporters held in Aden for past five months YemenMiddle East – North Africa last_img read more

Elvin jailed for five years on deception charges

first_img Pinterest Facebook 448 new cases of Covid 19 reported today Pinterest NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly Previous articleMoville – Greencastle Road reopens to trafficNext articleWaterside development would create almost 3,000 jobs News Highland WhatsApp Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH A 51-year-old man who defrauded seven people of a total of €177,000 they invested with him has been jailed for five years.After a five day trial last December, Thomas Elvin of Meencargagh, Ballybofey was convicted last year on 26 charges of acting as an investment business firm without authorization and deceiving clients of money.Last evening, his barrister, Desmond Murphy, told the court that he was a Christian man who wanted to make money so that he could do good works.Mr Murphy said there was no evidence he benefited personally from the misappropriation of monies.However, Judge John O’Hagan said this was an elaborate, sophisticated and deliberate deception of people. He said it was ironic that the company attracted the name Pear Shaped Resources because that is exactly what happened the venture.He sentenced Elvin to five years each on 12 charges and three years each on 14 charges, totalling 102 years, all the sentences to run concurrently. News Google+ Google+center_img WhatsApp Help sought in search for missing 27 year old in Letterkenny By News Highland – July 19, 2012 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Elvin jailed for five years on deception charges Twitter Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Twitter Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector publishedlast_img read more

QUESTIONS FOR CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES

first_imgLET’S FIX THAT By George Lumley, CPAQUESTIONS FOR CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATESWith the city election coming up does the Evansville electorate care about the knowledge, beliefs, and willingness to lead of the candidates, or is the election just a popularity contest? I thought running a city with a $300 million plus annual combined budget would require a very mature, knowledgeable and skilled group of people. However, with my recent introduction to Evansville’s government, I feel that I am back in junior high. The cliques, better-than-everyone-else attitude, secret note passing, private clubs and rumormongering seem to thrive among the elected and appointed. You say “ewe” can’t change city hall; I say, let’s fix that by electing leaders instead of sheep that follow blindly because they know no better.It is easy to get candidates to speak in general terms as to items that have been in the news. Ask a candidate about a specific project: Do you support the new downtown hotel? The answer will be some general justification: We need to focus on saving our downtown and revitalizing the inner-city. When asked if it will be a big success and profitable venture, they quickly respond: Oh yes, with all the downtown improvements like the convention center, Ford Center, and medical school coming, it will be a big success and highly profitable. Then you ask something a little more complicated: If it will be so profitable, why do you think the private investors pulled their money out of the project, not wanting to risk anything? Then you get the deer-in-the-headlights look, and the candidate is quickly moving to other issues. They don’t even give you the opportunity to ask the really complicated analogy: If it is a 60 million dollar project and the city puts in 25 million as a gift and the other 35 million is a bank loan – isn’t this like filing a bankruptcy reorganization and getting rid of 25 million in debts and equity before the venture even gets started? Why is it a good project for us when we did not even leverage a few private dollars?I was conversing with one candidate and asked for a position on the blight. The response was that he/she didn’t have one – the blight was not an issue at the primary and he/she really didn’t have any interest in it. Wow – so much for getting any details on fighting blight, demolitions, and land banking. I asked the candidate what his/her focus was, and the candidate said it was finance; the budget was out of control and needed to be balanced. I asked how he/she would balance the budget and they looked at me like, well stupid, raise revenues and cut expenses of course. Ok, what revenues are you going to raise and what expenses are you going to cut? Again, the deer-in-the-headlights look.Not one that gives up easily, I thought I would try again with something pertinent to the zombie house cause that I am currently working on. At issue is the fact that money Evansville has received in grants and appropriated out of local funds for the demolition of residential zombie houses is being spent on other things.Some, like the Director of Department of Metropolitan Development, don’t see this as an issue. He told me that not taking out 50 houses five years ago under a grant did not cause the blight problem we have today. Well it did not cause the problem but it sure has contributed to the continued spread. Zombie houses are like apples – one bad apple can spoil the whole bunch. If each zombie house contributed to spoiling just one more each year, that would mean that not taking out these fifty houses created 1550 just five years later. With one zombie house nearby, property values drop – no one really knows how much, because there are no longer any sales. No one wants to buy close to the zombie house. Zombie houses kill the value of a neighborhood.Besides the grants, the county has appropriated funding for direct demolitions out of the riverboat fund. Appropriated means that the city council has by law (ordinance) agreed to allow the citizens’ funds to be spent for a particular purpose. The council has appropriated between $500,000 and $1,000,000 per year in the last 4 years out of the riverboat fund to be spent on direct residential demolition expenses. Most funds have been spent, but not for residential demolitions as the ordinance (law) requires. For example: In 2014, the city financial statement shows $640,000 to be spent for demolition out of the riverboat funds; however, records obtained through a public access request from the Building Commission show that the city only spent $346,000 on actual residential demolitions. I have not been granted access to additional records yet, but I suspect the additional charges were not legal expenditures of this fund.We have the same problem in 2015. Although not yet provided access to the actual billings of what the expenditures were for, I was able to ascertain that in the first six months of 2015, significant amounts that are not residential demolition expense are being charged or hidden in this riverboat account. Just to make sure other expenses were not allowed by the council, I attended the joint finance committee and a regular city council meeting, and they clarified that only the direct demolition expenses were to be charged to this account.Four items of expense that I could identify without the detailed records were related to a grant for taking down houses in the flood plains. According to the Courier and Press coverage, all of the expenses for the program were to be covered by the grant. So why was approximately $15,000 charged to the riverboat demolitions and not the grant fund. Was this poor accounting or creative accounting to take from this fund while leaving the $15,000 floating in the grant fund to be claimed as “found” money and used for special interest projects?This sounded like a good question for a candidate. So I asked the next candidate I saw: There is an appropriation in the riverboat fund for paying for demolition of zombie houses. The council clarified that only direct demolition costs are to be charged to that fund. Things other than direct demolition are being charged, specifically grant expenditures, that may be illegal expenditures out of the riverboat fund – what do you think about that? Another deer in the headlights.This candidate emailed me the next day with what they apparently considered a better answer. The following is most of what was said:“I am not aware of any misappropriations in the city budget nor do I suspect any. The IN State Board of Accounts has reviewed the city books and given the city of Evansville a clean bill of health. The city also has an excellent credit rating. The Mayor prepares the budget and city council approves it and sometimes approves transfer of funds. I would encourage you to speak with Mayor Winnecke or the City Controller , Russ Lloyd, Jr. to answer any questions you have regarding the city budget. Additionally, Kelley Coures as head of DMD is the appropriate person to answer any questions regarding federal funds and blight elimination. He has been a great wealth of information for the candidates and I am sure would be available to any citizen.”Please people, vote for candidates willing to discuss the issues in depth while displaying that they have the knowledge to lead and not just follow like sheep to slaughter. The election is not a junior high popularity contest, and I hope you are not playing follow the leader but asking questions and making mature decisions. Ask your candidate about why money available for demolition of zombie houses is being spent on other things, and what does he/she intend to do about it? Why do we need to spend millions of dollars for a land bank now if we have not been spending everything appropriated to fighting blight in the recent past?FOOTNOTE: George Lumley is a CPA and a past employee of the Indiana State Board of Account.  Mr. Lumley is becoming well known and respected for his outstanding work on “Blight Property” issues.  Mr. Lumley as taken to task officials in the DMD because of the decisions that they are making to fund “Blight” programs are missing their intended mark significantly.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Discovery Center seeks to help families with childcare conundrum

first_imgThe childcare program isn’t just the classic hands-on entertainment and activities fans of the center are used to. Learning nooks have been set up for each student to work on school work, attend courses and more. Families who have students remote learning to start the fall must face questions of how to make sure they get the help they need, while also heading back to work. Education director for the Center, Kristy Wales, said the program was originally intended just for families within the Binghamton City School District, but now is open to all families based on need. Starting in September, the Center will be offering full-day, school-age daycare to children ages 5-12. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — As schools, families, students and communities grapple with the reopening of schools, childcare has become a major conversation.center_img “We can’t take the place of the classroom in the school or the classroom teacher, but what we can do is provide a warm, supportive, kind environment that has adults who care about you and are willing to let you be successful,” Wales emphasized. “I think it’s really important to show that there is a community out there that supports you,” she said. “There’s a lot of uncertainty right now.” Now, The Discovery Center of the Southern Tier is stepping up to help.last_img read more

Wenger plays down shove on Mou

first_img Eden Hazard, with a first-half penalty, and Diego Costa, with his ninth goal in seven league games, struck as Wenger’s bid for a first win against a Chelsea side managed by Mourinho goes on. In 12 attempts the Frenchman is still to taste victory and his frustrations boiled over after Gary Cahill’s tackle from behind on Alexis Sanchez in the 20th minute, when he pushed Mourinho in the chest as he strode towards the Chile forward. The managers have a long history of conflict. Mourinho on Friday refused to apologise for in February labelling Wenger “a specialist in failure” and their latest contretemps will have soured the relationship further. The Chelsea boss preferred to move on. Mourinho said: “Forget that (the push). A football pitch is a football pitch, so no problem. “It becomes heated because this is a big game, big clubs, big rivals, (an) important match for both teams. These conditions make a game of emotions. “There are two technical areas, one for me, one for him. He was coming to my technical area and he was not coming for the right reasons. “He was not coming to give some tactical instructions or something. “He was coming to press the referee to give a red card and I didn’t like that.” Mourinho praised Jonathan Moss for his handling of the incident, which saw referee Martin Atkinson warn both managers after consulting the fourth official. The Blues boss, who did not speak to Wenger afterwards, declined to criticise his opposite number’s conduct. “To be fair, I do so many wrong things in football,” Mourinho added. “Sometimes you lose emotion and I did so many wrong things, but not this time, because this time I was just in my technical area and it was not my problem. Game over. Story over.” Chelsea take a commanding advantage over second-placed Manchester City into the international break after dropping just two points in the opening seven games, in drawing 1-1 at the Etihad Stadium. “The start of the season is good, but it’s just seven matches and beginning of October,” Mourinho said. “We have only reasons to be happy. I feel the team is good in every moment of the game.” Thibaut Courtois had left for precautionary tests on a head injury in hospital before Hazard lit up the contest on the field, darting past two tackles before being felled by Laurent Koscielny for a penalty which he converted himself. Mourinho said: “In these matches you need one of your top players to take some magic cards out of his pocket and he did it when the game was 0-0, when the game was tight.” Cesc Fabregas, playing against his former club, set up Costa’s goal. Mourinho said: “Fantastic (performance). But to be fair he didn’t have this performance because the opponent was Arsenal and he had a special motivation. “He’s been doing this since day one. I don’t remember a game this season where he was not fantastic. “To play against his team, the team where he was born or made for football, I think shows even more his commitment with us and his professionalism.” Wenger felt Fabregas handled a Jack Wilshere shot in the second half which should have been a penalty. “It was a handball,” Wenger said. In a feisty encounter, Wenger also felt Cahill was fortunate not to be sent off for his challenge on Sanchez and bemoaned the persistent fouls he perceived were committed by Oscar and Branislav Ivanovic. He also felt two instances of quality made the difference. Wenger added: “It was a very even game today. It was down to very little. Hazard and Diego Costa made the difference. “It was a very intense game. We couldn’t score. They did.” Arsene Wenger attempted to make light of his shove on Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho after Arsenal fell to a 2-0 loss at Stamford Bridge which saw the Blues extend their advantage at the top of the Barclays Premier League to five points. Asked if he regretted the managers’ long-running feud turning physical, Wenger said: “No. What is to regret after that? “I wanted to go from A to B and somebody confronted me in between without any sign of welcome. “B was Sanchez, to see how badly he was injured.” Mourinho told the Frenchman to “back off” as the Gunners boss firmly planted two hands on the Portuguese’s chest – risking Football Association disciplinary action – and the pair also eye-balled each other in close quarters. “Honestly I don’t listen to what he says,” Wenger added. “Look I trust you that you (the media) will teach me all the moral lessons over the next three weeks. And I can accept that.” Wenger admitted it was a push, saying “a little one”. He added: “I can try to push you. You can see when I really try to push.” Press Associationlast_img read more

LA Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen earns his first All-Star nod

first_imgLOS ANGELES >> Kenley Jansen had other plans for the All-Star break.Jansen said he was thinking about fishing near his Redondo Beach home sometime next week or maybe taking his family to Disneyland.Though the Dodgers’ closer recently became the club’s all-time saves leader and entered Tuesday with 25 saves, the second-most in the major leagues in 2016, he had not been selected to the National League All-Star team during his previous six seasons.“I’m not getting my hopes up and then getting disappointed again,” Jansen said last week. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error It is a sore spot no longer.Jansen was among three Dodgers, including rookie shortstop Corey Seager and ace pitcher Clayton Kershaw, to be selected to participate in the Midsummer Classic next Tuesday in San Diego.“It definitely means a lot,” Jansen said. “Everybody has their own opinion and the last few years I’ve been overshadowed by a couple guys. You can’t worry about that. Now that I finally have that chance, I’m happy to be a part of it. It’s a blessing.”Hours before the rosters were revealed during a televised selection show Tuesday, Jansen learned he had made the team when he spoke with Dodgers chief marketing officer Lon Rosen by phone before arriving at Dodger Stadium.With his selection, Jansen is the first Dodgers relief pitcher to be an All-Star since Jonathan Broxton and Hong-Chih Kuo in 2010.center_img “Kenley is one of the elite closers throughout the game, and he’s shown that over the last few years,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said.Asked before the announcement about Jansen awaiting his first All-Star Game selection, Roberts said, “It’d certainly be a nice feather in his cap.”Kershaw, who earned his seventh consecutive selection, was a likely candidate to start for the NL after he went 11-2 with a 1.79 ERA in 16 starts. But the left-handed ace will not pitch at Petco Park because of a herniated disc in his lower back that sent him to the disabled list last week. He received an epidural shot to ease the pain and he is expected to miss most of the month, but he will be in attendance Tuesday.At 22 years old, Seager is the youngest Dodgers position player ever selected.He was named as a reserve, as determined by a player vote.“It’s really cool,” Seager said. “It’s nice to have your peers see you like that. The fan vote’s awesome. It’s awesome to have the support of fans. It’s nice that your peers voted you in. It’s nice that they saw everything. It was really cool for sure.”Seager entered Tuesday night’s game against Baltimore hitting .305 with a .363 on-base percentage and .545 slugging percentage. Seager might also participate in the Home Run Derby.He said the MLB Players Association recently contacted him about the possibility and he told them he was open to it.Seager’s 17 home runs are the 29th most among all major leaguers, though only six fewer than Colorado’s Todd Frazier, who has the third most.Joc Pederson was in the derby last season as a rookie, then hit just six of his 26 home runs after the All-Star break, fueling the theory that participating in the event can ruin a hitter’s swing.“If it messes up your swing,” Seager said, “you can figure it out later.”Roberts said he had no qualms about Seager or anyone else joining the home run competition. He said it’s their decision.“For every hitter that is in the home run contest who has a bad second half, whether it be Joc Pederson or Todd Frazier, there’s another player who was in the home run contest who continued to have a very good second half,” Roberts said. “A lot of times we look at the players who go the other way and go south. That’s not necessarily the norm.”Urias sent downJulio Urias was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City, a bit of a formality a day after Roberts called the move likely. Urias’ spot in the rotation is slated to be filled by veteran Hyun-Jin Ryu, who makes his first start Thursday night against the Padres. Ryu has not pitched for the club since 2014 because of shoulder surgeries.The 19-year-old Urias made eight starts and went 1-2 with a 4.95 ERA after making his debut May 27. In a corresponding move, the Dodgers brought up reliever Luis Avilan.AlsoBrett Anderson threw off a mound Tuesday for the first time since he underwent surgery on a bulging disk in his back in March. Anderson was initially ruled out for three to five months. … Joc Pederson (shoulder) and Kiké Hernandez (ribs) are rehabbing at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz.last_img read more

Gardai urge caution as local authorities make preparations for Storm Lorenzo

first_imgGardai in Donegal are urging motorists to be extra careful when driving on the road as Storm Lorenzo prepares to hit the county. Donegal, who will be under two yellow weather warnings tomorrow (Thursday), is expected to escape the worst of the storm.An Garda Síochána in Donegal have also urged motorists to drive safely and leave extra time for their journeys. Advertisement A spokesperson said: “Please do take precautions when out driving as conditions will be windy and wet.“There is a possibility that trees may fall as the ground is wet and the roots are weakened at this time of the year so any impact at all may cause them to collapse.“Be on the lookout for any bins that might blow onto your path and be careful in case you hit any pools of water on the road as these may cause aquaplaning.“This occurs when a layer of water separates your tyre from the road surface. Please check that your tyres are in a roadworthy condition.” Advertisement They concluded: “Drive using dipped headlights as visibility may be poor!”Gardai urge caution as local authorities make preparations for Storm Lorenzo was last modified: October 2nd, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Kurtenbach: Can anyone actually compete with these Warriors?

first_imgOAKLAND — Are the Denver Nuggets really the second-best team in the Western Conference?We all know the Warriors are the best team in the league, which obviously makes them the best team in the West — but is Denver truly their top competition in what is usually a highly-competitive conference?Don’t me wrong — I like the Nuggets and am intrigued by what they’re doing to start this season. But if what we’re seeing is true — if the Nuggets are truly the second-best team in the Western Conference …last_img

Pork exports struggled in 2015 but finished strong

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Despite struggling for most of 2015, U.S. pork exports posted a strong finish during December, ending a tough year on a high note. December export volume was up 3% from 2014. For the year, U.S. pork and pork variety meat exports totaled 4.7 billion pounds in volume and $5.58 billion in value, down 2% and 16%, respectively from 2014.“Without a doubt, 2015 was a difficult year for U.S. pork exports,” said Becca Nepple, vice president of international marketing for the Pork Checkoff. “The West Coast port slowdown, market-access challenges, the strong U.S. dollar and strong competition led to last year’s decrease in exports.”However, pork exports accounted for 24% of total 2015 pork and pork variety meat production. Export value per head averaged $48.31, down 23% from 2014.“With projections for increased pork production this year, the Checkoff is committed to strengthening its partnership with our international customers,” Nepple said. “The National Pork Board has allocated funding toward focused in-country promotions of U.S. pork with the U.S. Meat Export Federation during 2016.”During 2015, more than 100 countries around the world imported U.S. pork.The top five markets in total pounds of pork exported were Mexico (1.585 billion pounds), Japan (895.5 million pounds), Canada (747.5 million pounds), China and Hong Kong (443.1 million pounds) and Korea (369.3 million pounds).The top five markets in total value exported were Japan ($1.586 billion), Mexico ($1.267 billion), China and Hong Kong ($778.8 million), Canada ($700.4 million) and Korea ($470.3 million).last_img read more

Geocache of the Week Video Edition — De drie hoofddeugden (GC3G6DH)

first_imgMulti-caches are great ways to see more than one place via geocache. What sort of “tours” have multi-caches taken you on? Tell us in the comments.Continue to explore some of the most engaging geocaches around the globe. Check out all the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog.If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, leave a comment below with the name of the geocache, the GC code, and why you think we should feature it.Share with your Friends:More [vsw id=”Wqx3MsXZPZ4″ source=”youtube” width=”853″ height=”480″ autoplay=”no”]Geocache Name:De drie hoofddeugden (GC3G6DH)Difficulty/Terrain Rating:2.5/1.5Why this is the Geocache of the Week:Last April, the Geocaching HQ videographer, reidsomething, had the opportunity to visit Bruges and attend a Mega-Event. While she was there, she had the opportunity to meet two geocachers and explore one of their multi-caches. Check out the video above to learn more about what makes this multi-cache amazing.What the cache owner, sdw2, has to say:“The thing we mostly like [about placing geocaches] is to think about something new and to work it out in our heads. Also exploring the area and seeing where we can do what is fun. Give our ideas shape. It is pleasing to see that our hard work is appreciated. Positive logs ensure the cache remains well maintained so other cachers  can also enjoy. It also encourages you to get back to work and look for ideas for a new cache.”To Geocachers: “Be original and surprise us! Do not be scared of things of which you know nothing, as in our case the electrical system. There are always people around you who can help a hand with the technical development of your ideas.”What geocachers are saying:“Yesterday we found WP1 and WP2, but it was too late for the rest. This morning we decided to continue before leaving Bruges and it was worth it. The last stages were very interesting and with a little help we could find the final, where we did not dare to search. Very recommendable!” – dbox“Thanks for a truly excellent cache…A brilliant first multi in Brugge! With a little help from the kind lady – as two clues were temporarily inaccessible. We like the squares picture because of the bright colours and unusual shapes. SL. Did swaps. Left GC. TFTC. Favourited.” – mykey987“Had a lovely time learning about the history of how this cache came to be from the fabulous cache owners. Bruges is lucky to have such creative and thoughtful hiders in their geocaching community. Thank you Stef & Sara for the great afternoon.” – reidsomethingPhotos:The final location. Photo by geocacher vdv_elsArt within the church. Photo by clyden’bonnieCan you find this geocache? Photo by geocacher Beastg SharePrint RelatedFeatured Geocacher of the Month Award WinnersAugust 25, 2011In “Community”Love is in the air. And locked to a gate. — Love Lock Eeuwige Liefde !?! (GC41QJY) — Geocache of the WeekFebruary 12, 2014In “Community”Another one down the drain. – A Crappy Cache (GC35T4T) – Geocache of the WeekFebruary 26, 2015In “Geocache of the Week”last_img read more