Blueprint entrepreneurship competition accepting applications from current students and alumni

Blueprint entrepreneurship competition accepting applications Aspiring or established entrepreneurs still have five days left to submit their application to Blueprint, a university-wide business competition that supports and rewards entrepreneurship and innovationBlueprint is organized by the Goodman School of Business’s BioLinc, Brock’s on campus business incubator. The competition, now in its fourth year, is designed to kick-start the business ventures of Brock students and alumni by providing finalists and winners with expert advice, mentorship and up to $10,000 in funding.Great ideas can come any discipline, and the Blueprint competition is open to current Brock students from any faculty or program and Brock alumni who have graduated within the last two years. If you are applying as a team, at least 50 per cent of the members must be Brock students or recent alumni.Last year’s finalists included a group of students looking to develop a convenient delivery service to make purchasing groceries easier for other students, a web-based speaking aid which learns with children, a product to remove pesticides and toxins from crops, and a venture comprised of student athletes who use pure water technology to clean solar panels and the exterior of homes. The winner of the competition left with $10,000 to help their businesses grow.More information about applying to Blueprint is available at brocku.ca/blueprint. Applications are accepted until Jan. 23, 2015.The top 10-15 applicants will be provided with specific training to prepare them for the presentation of their ideas to the Blueprint Advisory Committee. The best entrepreneurs will pitch their businesses to a panel of industry judges on March 12. read more


Greg Finn will become Brocks interim Provost and VP Academic

Brock University has announced that veteran senior administrator Greg Finn has been appointed to serve as the institution’s interim Provost and Vice-President, Academic, effective Oct. 1, 2018.Finn will succeed Tom Dunk, who is completing a two-year appointment in the position. Dunk has served in the role since 2016. He joined Brock in 2008 as Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences, a position he held until his appointment as Interim Provost.In making today’s announcement, Brock President Gervan Fearon paid tribute to Dunk for “invaluable service and contributions over the past two years, providing critical support to the University during this important transition period.”Dunk played a significant role in supporting the development of the Brock Strategic Mandate Agreement (SMA2) and facilitating the consultation process involved in the development of the University’s new Strategic Plan.“It has been a privilege and honour to serve the University,” said Dunk, “and I want to thank the Vice-Provosts, Deans, Associate Deans, University Librarian and staff in the Offices of the Provost and the Dean of Social Sciences for all of their support and assistance over the last 10 years.”Dunk will work closely with the new interim Provost for the rest of 2018, as well as with the President on several University priority initiatives.Finn’s appointment is for a term of up to two years. Since coming to Brock 1985, he has served as a Professor of Earth Sciences and, over the past 11 years, as Brock’s Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President, Academic.  He also has extensive experience representing Brock at the Council of Ontario Universities (COU) and engaging with Deans across all the Faculties.“I look forward to continuing the work begun by Tom, related to the University’s Strategic Plan and other academic initiatives begun over the past two years,” said Finn. “Collectively these actions will make Brock a destination of choice for students looking to pursue post-secondary education, for faculty looking to make a difference in our community reflected through their disciplinary expertise and for staff who are often the face of the University.”Fearon said Brock, which this month celebrated its 100,000th graduate, continues to grow and advance as a comprehensive university, contributing student success; scholarly, research and creative activities; and community engagement.“We are graduating students who are getting jobs today while being prepared for career of the future,” said Fearon.“Brock has gone from success to success with significant growth in applications and confirmations for September 2018. We are building the university of the future today, and we are pleased to have strong academic talent to support this future.”Additional information will be forthcoming on the search for a Provost and Vice-President, Academic, to further advance Brock’s academic mission and leadership in collaboration with faculty, staff and students across the University.“I would like to thank everyone at the University for the support they have provided to Tom during his tenure, and we all extend a warm welcome to Greg in his new role,” said Fearon. read more


Scores and Schedule

Wednesday’s GamesNHLEdmonton 3 St. Louis 2 (SO)Anaheim 4 Chicago 2San Jose 5 Carolina 1—AHLProvidence 5 Toronto 0Bakersfield 4 Manitoba 3Bridgeport 2 Hartford 1Grand Rapids 4 San Antonio 2Cleveland 5 Lehigh Valley 1Rochester 5 Utica 2Chicago 4 Iowa 3 (OT)Texas 5 Milwaukee 1Tucson 5 San Diego 2—NBAToronto 113 Philadelphia 102Denver 124 Orlando 118 (OT)Golden State 129 Cleveland 105Oklahoma City 114 Brooklyn 112Washington 131 Atlanta 117Memphis 96 L.A. Clippers 86Milwaukee 115 Detroit 92Minnesota 121 Charlotte 104New Orleans 132 Dallas 106L.A. Lakers 121 San Antonio 113—Thursday’s Games(All Times Eastern)NHLDetroit at Toronto, 7 p.m.N.Y. Islanders at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m.Colorado at Florida, 7 p.m.Columbus at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.Montreal at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m.Boston at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m.Washington at Arizona, 9 p.m.Minnesota at Calgary, 9 p.m.Nashville at Vancouver, 10 p.m.Chicago at Vegas, 10 p.m.New Jersey at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.—NBANew York at Boston, 8 p.m.Phoenix at Portland, 10 p.m.Houston at Utah, 10:30 p.m.—NFLJacksonville at Tennessee, 8:20 p.m.—The Canadian Press read more


New plant for Crater Gold in PNG

first_imgCrater Gold Mining has made its first gold sale since the installation and commissioning of its new custom-made gold processing plant at the High Grade Zone (HGZ) project at Crater Mountain, Papua New Guinea (PNG).  The company has received $351,000 from gold production. The processed material was largely sourced from stockpiled material derived from initial development work at the HGZ project. Gold recovered from the stockpile was from a combination of country rock and initial development along structural veins to delineate mineralised zones of higher gold tenor. Production is expected to ramp up rapidly over the next few months as new material is sourced from the higher grade material of the central high grade gold block of the HGZ mine. With the improved understanding of the geology and controls to mineralisation, processing material is now sourced entirely from the higher grade mineralised veins resulting in improved grades and recovery of gold.IM’s August issue will include an article on the latest in gold extraction – from exploration through processing. Contact johnPNG General Manager Richard Johnson: “Our objective of becoming a profitable, low cost, high margin gold producer is nearing fruition, with the upgraded processing plant now up and running. We are excited to have generated our cashflow following the plant upgrade and, importantly, to observe that the new plant is working to expectations. A third hammer mill is currently being installed which will allow continuous operation of two mills, substantially increasing throughput going forward.“Our focus remains on ramping up production to full capacity over the next three months, as mining focuses on the gold rich structure(s) within the ‘central high grade’ block of the HGZ.”The new plant with high speed primary centrifugal concentrators as well as secondary shaking tables is more efficient than the previous test plant and it is expected that this will yield a satisfactory grade of gold. Development above the 1960RL level has been opened up with 2 sublevels and a third underway, preparing blocks for regular production mining. This will increase both the rate of mining and grade of material being mined. A second adit level at 1930RL is planned to commence to open up a 30 m depth extension of the central high grade zone. The remaining stockpile as well as tailings arising from the test plant operation will be processed through the updated plant in due course.While the current focus is on the HGZ mine, there remains potential to increase the JORC compliant resource of 24 Mt at 1.0 g/t Au at the nearby Mixing Zone project at Crater Mountain.  Crater Mountain is located 50 km southwest of Goroka in the Eastern Highlands Province of PNG.  Formerly a tier-1 BHP asset, there has been in excess of 14,500 m of diamond drilling to date, the majority focussed on the Nevera prospect, which hosts the HGZ mine and Mixing Zone project.The Crater Mountain geology is structurally complex with all the hallmarks of a large mineralised system. It is highly prospective for the discovery of a world class multi million ounce gold deposit. Local geology is dominated by the Crater Mountain Volcanic Complex, one of a series of strato-volcanoes situated in the PNG thrust belt along the leading edge of the Australian Continental Plate. The volcanic complex includes two large craters over 1 km in diameter, and approximately thirty small vents along with hot springs and associated sub-volcanic intrusives spread over more than 200 km2 formed after two separate phases of volcanism which are underlain by marine sediments of the Chim Formation. Mineralization and alteration is widespread in the volcanic sequences and the Chim Formation.last_img read more


Irelands Italians dump Berlusconi and vote for antiestablishment comedian

first_imgIRELAND’S ITALIAN population has voted to reject their native country’s traditional political rivals – and has instead offered majority support to a TV comedian leading a new anti-establishment platform.Election results published by Italy’s Interior Ministry show that the ‘Five Star Movement’ – led by comedian Beppe Grillo, which did not even exist when Italians last voted – topped the polls for both the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies.The movement is largely online-based, and runs on a platform of advocating direct democracy – with free access to the internet considered a human right by the party.It is largely Eurosceptic, believing that too much power has been handed over to Europe, and wants to pull out of the euro.It has also lobbied heavily in favour of term limits for members of parliament, and believes anyone with a criminal conviction should be disqualified from membership – including its own founder, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter after a car crash in 1980.The movement won 31.1 per cent of the Irish vote in the crucial Senate election, ahead of the Democratic Party of Pier Luigi Bersani – who had been considered the most likely prime minister before the votes were counted – on 29.1 per cent.Mario Monti’s newly-formed political party won 19.2 per cent of the vote, with Silvio Berlusconi’s People of Freedom taking only 10.9 per cent.About 2,500 people – or 42 per cent of eligible voters – took part in the postal ballot.In the last election, in 2008, Irish voters had supported the Democratic Party by a significant majority – beating Berlusconi’s party by 42.4 per cent to 31.4 per cent. Since then, the Democratic vote has shrank by nearly a third, and the Berlusconi vote by two-thirds.Ireland forms part of a broader ‘European’ constituency, where partial Senate count results gave Bersani’s Democratic Party 32.1 per cent of the vote, ahead of Mario Monti’s 29.67 per cent. Berlusconi’s took 18.4 per cent, while Grillo’s Five Star Movement came fourth overall, with 13.6 per cent.The margins were broadly replicated in elections for the Chamber, though with Grillo’s movement claiming a larger margin of support.Read: Second election likely in Italy as Bersani fails to seal grip on powerlast_img read more


Police in town blighted by paramilitary feuds hit out at online sharing

first_img Image: PA Archive/PA Images File photo of a police checkpoint Share27 Tweet Email Saturday 8 Apr 2017, 12:33 PM 16,638 Views THE POLICE SERVICE in Armagh have issued a warning to groups and people who share the locations of checkpoints.PSNI Craigavon posted on its Facebook page about the importance of police checkpoints on the roads and the damage that can be done by alerting people ahead to them ahead of time on social media.The post was in response to social media groups in which people post traffic updates to other road users.“A check point? Heading into a town blighted recent by paramilitary drug gang feuds and murders? Darned peelers trying to disrupt and prevent any further bloodshed!” the post reads.“Quick! I must tell everyone! Hopefully then if any of the drug gangs are moving weaponry around they’ll notice my warning and avoid those pesky peelers!Folks, if you really feel the need to plaster our position on tinterweb, please stop for a second and consider why we are where we are. File photo of a police checkpoint Image: PA Archive/PA Images It goes on to say the police somewhat understand people sharing the position of speed vans.“It’s only role is to keep speeds down and it’s only going to catch speeders. So if people know, slow down, then it’s job done,” it reads.“Checkpoints however catch all manner of criminals. Last one I was at we caught a drink driver.A couple of other lads in section caught a guy who’d just nicked a TV. The owners hadn’t even noticed yet! Last year we caught a disqualified, uninsured, drink driver. In the not too distant past our colleagues have found guns, ammunition and explosives at checkpoints. The list goes on.The PSNI said that admins of Facebook traffic monitoring groups – by not deleting the offending posts – were “condoning and supporting what they’re doing”.“Policing works best when we work together. Several operations recently, including on our page, are testament to that.This does not help though. It’s counterproductive, it’s dangerous, and it puts communities at risk.Call out people who are doing it. Hold them to account. Quite often there’s probably no intent behind it, it’s just people not thinking. Let’s change that.Read: ‘Devastating news’: Four-year-old boy dies following incident on farmRead: Two chemist staff stabbed during an attempted robbery in west Belfast Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 32 Comments Apr 8th 2017, 12:33 PM By Cormac Fitzgerald http://jrnl.ie/3330506 Police in town ‘blighted by paramilitary feuds’ hit out at online sharing of checkpoint locations The warning was in response to social media groups in which people post traffic updates to other road users.last_img read more


Dybala only focused on Juve amid links

first_imgJuventus forward Paulo Dybala claims he is currently focused on his Juventus career despite suggesting he can ‘never say never’ to a move away in the future.Numerous reports have linked the Argentine with a move abroad after falling down the pecking order under Allegri following Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival from Real Madrid.In response to the speculation, he told Canal+ and cited on Football Italia: “It’s hard to know what the future holds.“A player only knows where he’s playing today, but he doesn’t know where he’ll be tomorrow.Report: No deadline day move for Dybala George Patchias – September 2, 2019 There will be no last-minute transfer of Paulo Dybala from Juventus this summer.According to Sky Sports and its associates in Italy, the player is…“Still, I feel very good at Juventus and I’m where I’ve always wanted to play. I don’t know what the future holds, but I’m fine here.“Joining a French team? You can never say never, but it’s not in my plans right now.”Dybala still remains a key component in the squad as they fight for honours on three fronts especially in the quest to end their Champions League hoodoo.last_img read more


ASA Contracts Representation in Vietnam

first_imgThe American Soybean Association and the US Feed Grains Council have contracted for representation in Vietnam to reinforce and expand market development activities for both organizations. ASA President John Long said, “Vietnam is a country of more than 74 million people who can benefit from US agricultural products. ASA’s goal is to educate the Vietnamese feed and livestock industry on the utility of soybeans. We are joining with the US Feed Grains Council to reduce costs while increasing the effectiveness of our market development programs.”Representation for the two groups has been contracted with Hoang Van, a Hanoi-based firm. ASA Division Director for Asia Gil Griffis said, “Working together with a sister Cooperator will enhance the ability of both organizations to create and build a new market for US soybeans and feed grains.” ASA has been marketing US soybeans in Asia for nearly forty years.ASA’s activities to expand international markets for US soybeans and products are made possible by producer checkoff dollars invested by the United Soybean Board and cost-share funding provided to ASA by the US Department of Agriculture. Additional funds are provided by various state soybean councils, including a significant contribution toward funding for programs in Vietnam by the Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council.last_img read more


Putting the brakes on extreme speeders

first_imgThe speed radar squeals, clocking a gray Kia Optima going 90 mph in a 70 mph zone just south of Exit 36 on Interstate 5 northbound during Tuesday’s rush hour.The driver doesn’t notice Trooper Alexis Tonissen in the neighboring lane. She drives an unmarked white Chevrolet Impala with tinted windows, its lights hidden in the grille and inside the windshield.Even if you could tell it was a cop car, aggressive or speeding motorists often aren’t paying enough attention to notice, she says.After pulling over the Optima, the 62-year-old driver says he’s just trying to get home to Tacoma. It’s a common excuse that Washington State Patrol troopers hear when they catch speeders.They didn’t realize they were going so fast. They were just going with the flow of traffic.Many motorists on this stretch of I-5 near Kelso, Tonissen explains, are just passing through. She cites the man for going 10 mph over the speed limit, instead of 20, which would be considered aggressive driving. People don’t intend for their car to be a weapon, Tonissen says, but when they drive aggressively, the car becomes one.last_img read more


Colombia bomb attack kills 5 police

first_imgPolice officers stand guard near the site of a bomb attack on a police station of the San Jose district, in Barranquilla, Colombia on Saturday. Photo: AFPAn early morning bomb attack outside a police station in Colombia’s coastal city of Barranquilla killed at least five police officers and wounded 42 on Saturday, authorities said.The attack targeted the officers as they gathered in the San Jose neighborhood to receive their orders for the day in what police denounced as an “act of barbarity.”A reward of 50 million pesos (about $18,000) was offered for information leading to the perpetrators.“We think it could be retaliation by these groups who have recently been greatly impacted,” metropolitan police commander Brigadier General Mariano de la Cruz Botero said in comments broadcast by Caracol Radio, referring to crime gangs active in the port city.Botero said one person had been arrested in connection with the bombing, and that police suspect others were involved. The person in custody could be the individual who placed and then triggered the device, he said.President Juan Manuel Santos sent his condolences to the families of those killed and injured, and said on Twitter that the government would not rest until those responsible were brought to justice. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto also tweeted his condolences.Colombia has myriad crime gangs, some which operate across large swaths of rural territory and others in major cities. Many are involved in the production and trafficking of cocaine, largely to the United States and Europe, as well as extortion and other crimes.last_img read more


Cleanup Continues At Deer Park Facility Crews Laying Foam On Exposed Chemicals

first_img The cleanup process continues at the Deer Park petrochemical storage facility that sustained a massive fire last week. Officials said Monday the latest air quality readings are satisfactory and water is being tested, while traffic on part of the Houston Ship Channel is still restricted. Representatives from Intercontinental Terminals Company (ITC), which owns the facility, gave an update of the situation on Monday morning. ITC executive Brent Weber said two tanks that still contain chemicals are being cleaned up. Another five tanks are empty and a sixth one isn’t dangerous because it only contains lubricating oil.Weber said ITC’s goals for Monday are to continue cleaning up the tanks and making repairs on the ditches that have been damaged, including one located next to a containment wall that was partially breached on Friday afternoon. He said crews continue to lay foam on the entire area to make sure the fire will not reignite again, and to keep toxic vapors from escaping into the air.Adam Adams, with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), said there haven’t been detections of dangerous chemicals through air monitoring in last 24 hours. “The results have been consistent: No detections from any of those responses in any of those monitoring efforts that warranted an alert notification to the unified command,” he said.Besides the EPA, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), Harris County and ITC are also monitoring air quality. The EPA is also testing water quality.About 60,000 gallons of oil product had been recovered from the water by Sunday, according to the Coast Guard.On Sunday, a statement from Harris County Public Health said there continues to be a low health risk to the general public.This section of the TCEQ’s website has updated information.Ship ChannelTraffic on the Houston Ship Channel is restricted as the cleanup process goes on. U.S. Coast Guard Captain Kevin Oditt said that a tank ship successfully transited on Sunday through the impacted area to assess the impact and ensure there’s no visible oil.A tank ship and a tank barge are scheduled to transit inbound and outbound on Monday. “They’ll be visually inspected,” Oditt said, “and if there’s any oil visible on the haul, they’ll be sent to a decontamination facility.”The Coast Guard partially opened the section of San Jacinto River that connects with the ship channel on Sunday and Oditt said “overflights did not find any pollutants or any oil in the water.”Two-way tow and barge traffic was opened on Monday on the river, but traffic on the Ship Channel will continue be restricted as the cleanup process is ongoing.Schools are also getting back to normal and the Deer Park and Galena Park school districts, as well as other districts in the impacted area, resumed classes on Monday.The TCEQ announced Friday it’s suing ITC for violations of the Texas Clean Air Act, and four La Porte residents have also filed litigation against the company. ITC spokeswoman Alice Richardson said the company has received 1,600 “claim inquiries” as of Friday. The company now has a website focused on the response efforts.Hidalgo’s updateHarris County Judge Lina Hidalgo underscored during a news conference held Monday at 4:30 p.m. that the incident “is not over” because of the chemical clean-up still underway. She said the county’s Emergency Operations Center remains activated at level 3.Hidalgo said she will direct the county’s pollution control and public health specialists “to identify additional capacity, including equipment and personnel” to improve the future response to incidents of this kind.Hidalgo said she will also task a company specialized in industrial safety to conduct a risk assessment “and determine what other chemical plants might pose a risk.”Asked about air and water quality, Hidalgo said the monitoring continues and, after coordination with the impacted municipalities, the conclusion is that there are no concerns about water quality at this moment. However, independent water sample tests performed by the Galveston Bay Foundation found a high level of benzene in at least one sample taken from the Houston Ship Channel on Saturday.The Harris County Fire Marshal’s Office has given ITC a subpoena and a preservation order to prevent the destruction of any evidence. 00:00 /00:52 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: David J. Phillip/APTexas Commission on Environmental Quality mobile units are used to monitor air quality near the Houston Ship Channel Saturday, March 23, 2019, in Houston. The efforts to clean up the Intercontinental Terminals Company petrochemical facility are ongoing and a portion of the channel remains closed.center_img Listen X Sharelast_img read more


Delays expected as wideload travels through region

first_imgGet the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailDrivers are being warned to expect delays on roads in North Staffordshire as a wide-load makes its way through the area. Police say the load will be travelling up from Stafford to Congleton in Cheshire, via the A34 Northbound on the morning of Sunday November 19. The route the load will take goes through Stone , Newcastle town centre and Talke before it crosses the border. Staffordshire Police have warned motorists that delays and diversions are likely as the vehicle, and its escort, travel through the region. The wide-load is expected to leave Stafford at 8am.last_img


Lone Australian sailor welcomes call from QM2

first_img<a href=”http://www.etbtravelnews.global/click/27f70/” target=”_blank”><img src=”http://adsvr.travelads.biz/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=10&amp;cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&amp;n=a5c63036″ border=”0″ alt=””></a> Source = e-Travel Blackboard: C.F Lone Australian sailor, Jessica Watson welcomed a call from Queen Mary 2 Captain Nick Bates last week. Aged just 16 when she set out from Sydney last October, Jessica is on the homeward leg of her journey to become the youngest person to sail solo around the world. Nick Bates called the young sailor when the Queen Mary 2 sailed about 600 miles to the South of her yacht, Ella’s Pink Lady, in the Indian Ocean. “We had a good connection and a bit of a chat and I was able to play it back over our PA system to all of our guests at my regular noon broadcast,” Captain Bates said. “It went down a storm with our guests, especially the Australians.” Jessica clearly enjoyed making contact with the Queen Mary 2, as she recorded her conversation with ‘Captain Nick’ in her blog. “I talked to ‘Captain Nick’ of the Queen Mary 2 over the satellite phone today as they passed well to the north of Ella’s Pink Lady,” Jessica reported. “They were headed from Perth to Mauritius and Nick passed on the best wishes of all the Aussie passengers and left me thinking a little longingly of all the luxuries on board the QM2.” At 10.23 metres long, Ella’s Pink Lady could comfortably fit on the back pool deck of the 345 metre long Queen Mary 2.last_img read more


Former Detroit Lions offensive coordinator Jim Bob

first_img Former Detroit Lions offensive coordinator Jim Bob Cooter will interview with the Arizona Cardinals for their opening at the same position Tuesday, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter.Cooter, 34, held the OC position in Detroit from 2015 to 2018 after joining the organization in 2014 as quarterbacks coach under former head coach Jim Caldwell. First-year head coach Matt Patricia retained Cooter in 2018 before they mutually parted ways on Jan. 1. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Under Cooter, Lions quarterback Matt Stafford has put together some of his better NFL seasons. His completion percentages were in the 50s in four of his first five seasons but have been 60 percent or better in five years with Cooter on staff, plus better than 65 percent the last four seasons.Stafford also cut down on his interceptions under Cooter since 2014, throwing 128 touchdowns to 56 picks.Related LinksArizona Cardinals roster reset after the 2018 seasonReport: Cardinals to hire Steelers running backs coach James SaxonCardinals fill roles on the offensive coaching staff despite no OCArizona Cardinals interview John DeFilippo for offensive coordinatorArizona Cardinals agree to a deal with Sean Kugler as offensive line coachPrior to landing with the Lions, Cooter served as a Denver Broncos offensive assistant (2013), Kansas City Chiefs quality control coordinator (2012) and Indianapolis Colts offensive assistant (2009-11).According to multiple reports, Arizona has also considered former Vikings OC John DeFilippo, former Falcons OC Steve Sarkisian and former Giants head coach Ben McAdoo for the offensive coordinator opening.Arizona has already filled several offensive assistant positions under head coach Kliff Kingsbury, who said in his introductory press conference that he will call plays.The Cardinals announced Sean Kugler as offensive line coach, Brian Natkin as Kugler’s assistant and David Raih as wide receivers coach. A report from NFL Network’s Aditi Kinkhabwala on Monday indicated that Arizona was set to hire running backs coach James Saxon. 45 Comments   Share   The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File) Top Stories last_img read more


Related Emirates makes history with Airbus flight

first_img RelatedEmirates makes history with Airbus flight to New YorkEmirates has just become the first airline to launch flights to America using an Airbus A380.First A380 flight to Seoul touches downEmirates Airlines has launched its first A380 flight to Seoul after the plane touched down in the South Korean capitalEmirates to launch Airbus A380 on its flights to Bangkok from TorontoEmirates Airlines will introduce the double-decker Airbus A380 aircraft on its flights to Bangkok and Toronto from June 1st. Emirates has opened its first dedicated passenger lounge in India at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport.It is the first facility of its kind to be opened by an international airline in the country and will be used by Emirates’ first and business class passengers before boarding their flights.Mohammed Mattar, the carrier’s divisional senior vice president of airport services, said the lounge forms part of Emirates’ commitment to providing its passengers with “world class services”.”With the exclusive Emirates lounge in Mumbai, combined with our trademark chauffeur drive service, our first and business class passengers will enjoy greater comfort and convenience when travelling from their doorstep through to their final destination,” he commented.The lounge, which is spans an area of over 650 sq m, can cater for 100 guests at any one time, 38 of whom can sample the fine dining service.Earlier this month, Emirates added an extra daily flight to Kuala Lumpur from Dubai. It now operates 21 non-stop services to the Malaysian capital every week.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more


The brass model had to be disassembled in order to

first_imgThe brass model had to be disassembled in order to do the repairs. [Photo: Scott Riley & text: sa] Gradually the pieces are reassembled. [Photo: Scott Riley & text: sa] This plaster model was made by Soleri himself in 1960’s with siltcast technique. [Photo: Roma3 & text: sa] December 28, 2002The Roma Tre student curriculum included architectural model restoration coordinated by Tomiaki Tamura. They took part in restoring 4 different models. The first project was the repair of the “Venice Wall” model presented at the Venice Biennale in 2000. Alessandro Celleti works on the magnetic walls with textured metal pieces. [Photo: Roma3 & text: sa] Valerio Pellegrini(Left) and Alfonso Rubeis install a new base for the model of the New World Trade Center which was made primarily with foam-cored board and plastic tubes. [Photo: Roma3 & text: sa] The next project is the repair of the ‘Double Cantilever Bridge’ model, one side of which was broken during transit. Valerio Pellegrini is wrapping plaster strips to make a cocoon mold of the good side. [Photo & text: sa]center_img The New York Pulse Bridge model is usually displayed in the Cafe building at Arcosanti. The bridge was in need of repair since the decking system had fallen apart. [Photo: Scott Riley & text: sa] Carlo Ciampoli(left) is preparing the surface for the plaster, while Alessandro Celleti(right) works on the details. [Photo: Roma3 & text: sa] Roma Tre special program has concluded this month after 4 months of hands-on intensives at Arcosanti. >>from left>> Valerio Pellegrini, Anita Maruccia, Matteo Di Michele(Intern/assistant coordinator), Alessandro Celleti, Alfonso Rubeis and Carlo Ciampoli. [Photo: Wes Ozier & text: sa]last_img read more


Specialised centre proposed for young offenders

A proposed bill by the justice ministry will allow for the detention of young offenders aged 16 and over who have been found guilty of committing an offence.The detention of young offenders in a specially designed area could be ordered by the family court after the adoption of the proposed bill, Justice Minister Ionas Nicolaou said on Monday. He also stressed that this would be used as a last resort and only if alternative measures provided for by the law had been tried and failed.“I do not want it to be linked to a prison. Child imprisonment is forbidden. It is a detention order in a child detention facility. The penalty of detention will be the extreme measure,” said Nicolaou.The bill is expected to be voted on before May 2019, while authorities are already consulting possible locations for the detention area, which will be specifically made for the purpose of detaining 8-10 teenagers aged 16 and over.Nicolaou clarified that the site would not be located within the Central Prisons area in Nicosia but would be close to it. He said that the custody of the children will be appointed to professionals specially trained in child delinquency, as well as in the human rights of children.“Children will be able to do their schoolwork as normal and will spend the night under supervision,” he said.Nicolaou added that the government is seeking to establish local crime prevention councils with a view to preventing, identifying and addressing the root causes of criminal behaviours, especially those of young offenders.You May LikeHealthZapBurdened With Doubts; Man Got Down The LadderHealthZapUndoSUV | Search AdsSeniors: SUVs Most of The Public Hasn’t Seen BeforeSUV | Search AdsUndoNewsDDivers Searching Lake Ontario’s Waters Recovered An Aircraft From The DepthsNewsDUndo Russian opposition leader Navalny hospitalised for allergic reactionUndoFour dead in California garlic festival shootingUndoBritain preparing for a no-deal BrexitUndoby Taboolaby Taboola read more


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