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Police watchdog recommends reopening nine Indigenous sudden death investigations in Thunder Bay

first_imgWillow FiddlerAPTN NewsPolice in Thunder Bay failed to properly investigate at least nine sudden death investigations of Indigenous people in the city, a long-awaited report has found.In its report, released Wednesday, the Office of the Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD) called the Thunder Bay Police Service’s (TBPS) investigations into a number of sudden deaths in the city “inadequate” and “so problematic that at least nine of these cases should be reinvestigated.”In his report, titled Broken Trust, Indigenous People and the Thunder Bay Police, Gerry McNeilly reviewed 37 Thunder Bay police investigations, most of them missing persons and homicides, and mostly involving Indigenous victims.The independent director found “significant deficiencies” in how TBPS records or maintains 11 investigation files.“A number of TBPS investigators involved in these investigations lacked the expertise and experience to conduct sudden death or homicide investigations,” McNeilly said about his findings.McNeilly called the relationship between Indigenous people and Thunder Bay police “nothing short of a crisis.”(Brad DeBungee, brother of Stacey DeBungee. His complaint against the TBPS for how they investigated his brother’s death prompted the OIPRD systemic review of the service. Photo: Willow Fiddler/APTN)The 196-page report delivered 44 recommendations related to sudden death investigations, the Criminal Investigations Branch and the operations and relationships between TBPSMcNeilly said he became increasingly aware of the strained relationship between the TBPS and Indigenous people over the years.“I raised the issue with the police chief on a number of occasions, but remained unconvinced that TBPS’s responses improved the relationship,” he says in the report.It’s the first systemic review of a police service in the province.McNeilly has conducted other systemic reviews related to police oversight but not one that specifically looked at how forces police Indigenous people.McNeilly said he initiated the systemic review of TBPS after he received complaints about the 2015 death invetigation of Stacey DeBungee, a First Nations man from Rainy River First Nation found in the McIntyre River.“Indigenous leaders and community members told me that TBPS investigations of Indigenous deaths and other interactions with police devalued Indigenous lives, reflected differential treatment and were based on racist attitudes and stereotypical preconceptions about Indigenous people,” McNeilly said.The OIPRD reviewed DeBungee’s death investigation and found two TBPS investigators guilty of discredible conduct last winter.Some of McNeilly’s recommendations include: -The inadequacy of the TBPS sudden death investigations the OIPRD reviewed was so problematic that at least nine of the cases should be reinvestigated.-A multi-discipline team should be established to reinvestigate, at a minimum, the deaths of the nine Indigenous people identified. The team should include representatives from TBPS, a First Nations police service, outside police service(s), the Office of the Chief Coroner and the Office of the Chief Forensic Pathologist. The team should also establish a protocol for determining what additional death investigations should be reinvestigated.-TBPS should initiate an external peer-review process for sudden death and homicide investigations for at least the next three years.-TBPS should focus proactively on actions to eliminate systemic racism, including removing systemic barriers and the root causes of racial inequities in the service.-TBPS leadership should publicly and formally acknowledge that racism exists at all levels within the police service and that it will not tolerate racist views or actions. TBPS leadership should engage with Indigenous communities on the forum for and content of these acknowledgements. This would be an important step in TBPS advancing reconciliation with Indigenous people.-The Thunder Bay Police Services Board should publicly and formally acknowledge racism exists within TBPS and take a leadership role in repairing the relationship between TBPS and Indigenous communities.-TBPS leadership should create a permanent advisory group involving the police chief and Indigenous leadership.-The Office of the Chief Coroner, Ontario’s Chief Forensic Pathologist, the Regional Coroner and TBPS should implement the Thunder Bay Death Investigations Framework on a priority basis. The framework clarifies roles and responsibilities, improves communication and increases information sharing to ensure objective, high quality death investigations.These concerns are not new for Indigenous people in Thunder Bay.The student inquest in 2015-2016 looked at the deaths of seven First Nations students attending high school in the city between 2000-2011.McNeilly reviewed sudden death investigations going back to 2009, as well as the seven student death investigations.Four of the cases the OIPRD recommends reopening appear to be from the Coroner’s student inquest. APTN News matched the dates of the cases in the report with these names: Jethro Anderson, Curran Strang, Kyle Morrisseau and Jordan Wabasse.McNeilly says the concerns about Thunder Bay police date back even further.“That the questions raised by Indigenous people in 1993 remained as valid as they did some 25 years ago, was deeply troubling, and demanded an urgent and comprehensive response,” McNeilly writes in the report.The report also includes recommendations that the TBPS “initiate an external peer-reviewed process for sudden death and homicide investigations for at least the next three years.”It also recommends the force and its board “publicly and formally acknowledge racism exists at all levels within the police service and that it will not tolerate racist views or actions,” that TBPS leadership “create a permanent advisory group involving the police chief and Indigenous leadership,” and that the force take action to eliminate systemic racism, including removing systemic barriers and the root causes of racial inequities in the service.”On Wednesday afternoon Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde called the report “tragic” but “unsurprising,” saying in a statement its findings “reinforce what First Nations have been saying for years — systemic racism is clearly something that needs to be addressed in a profound and substantial manner.“Obviously, current approaches to investigating the deaths and disappearances of First Nations fail all of us, erode trust and exacerbate already strained relationships,” Bellegarde said, calling on the TBPS to “work with First Nations to take action on the recommendations.”(Thunder Bay Police Chief Sylvie Hauth listens to McNeilly’s assessment of her force. Photo: Willow Fiddler/APTN)In a statement released shortly after the announcement Wednesday Thunder Bay Police Chief Sylvie Hauth said in a written statement her force “acknowledge[s] that there are systemic barriers in policing that must be addressed,” and that they will “need time to study and consider all of the specific recommendations.“With help from this report, the service continues to work towards bias-free policing. In the coming days, we will examine these recommendations. It is our hope that they will be of great value as we continue to build trust with the Indigenous community,” she saidJulian Falconer, a lawyer who represented the Nishnawbe Aski Nation during the inquest and is counsel to Brad DeBungee (Stacy DeBungee’s brother) and Rainy River First Nations, said in a statement following the report’s release that the OIPRD’s findings “are absolutely unequivocal regarding the widespread nature of racism that is rampant at the TBPS.“The report is unprecedented. I have never seen a report of an entire police force on this level with these findings,” Falconer said.Brad DeBungee said in the statement that he “could feel in my heart from the first day I dealt with a police officer that he treated me and my family differently because we are Indigenous.“Now the proof is out, and they must answer for this.”Rainy River First Nation leadership also issued a statement Wednesday, calling the OIPRD report’s recommendations to be “implemented fully and promptly”.“It is of utmost importance that this Systemic Review is the catalyst for meaningful change in the way Indigenous people are treated by the Thunder Bay Police Service,” the statement reads.“If we are to understand the broken relationship between Indigenous people and police, we must first understand the history and impact of colonization on Indigenous people,” McNeilly writes in the report.“Much of the suspicion and distrust that Indigenous people feel toward police is rooted in a history of colonial policies.”After the OIPRD report was released the Ontario Civilian Police Commission (OCPC) announced it will release its review of the TBPS board on Friday.That investigation was launched in July 2017 after Indigenous leaders raised shared concerns around the deaths of Indigenous students in Thunder Bay. It is being led by Canadian Senator Murray Sinclair, who also led the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s work.wfiddler@aptn.ca@willowblasizzolast_img read more

US stocks move broadly higher as earnings reports flow in

NEW YORK — Stocks moved broadly higher in early trading Tuesday as companies started to report their latest financial results in force.Big names including Hasbro, Lockheed Martin and Twitter all surprised Wall Street with strong profit and revenue. Analysts are watching corporate reports closely this week as they gauge whether first quarter earnings for U.S. companies will be as bad as predicted. Wall Street has been predicting a contraction during the quarter.Technology companies led the gains after software maker Cadence Design Systems beat Wall Street’s forecasts and gave investors a better outlook for the year. Cadence rose 4.6% and Qualcomm rose 1.9%.Consumer product companies followed Hasbro higher. Industrial stocks all gained ground as Lockheed Martin and United Technologies surprised investors with solid earnings reports.Energy companies continued riding a rising wave of oil prices, which are up 45% for the year. The latest increases are being pushed by the U.S. government’s decision to further block Iranian oil exports, which could cut the global supply of oil. The sector was still broadly higher, with Halliburton rising 1.6% and Phillips 66 up 0.7%.KEEPING SCORE: The S&P 500 index rose 0.2% as of 10 a.m. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.1%, or 39 points, to 26,549. The Nasdaq composite index rose 0.4%.BUZZING PROFIT: Hasbro surged 13.9% after the toy company reported strong growth in its various franchises, which include Transformers toys, which benefited from the hit movie “Bumblebee” and “Magic: The Gathering Arena.” The turnaround comes as Hasbro and other toy makers recover from the bankruptcy of Toys R Us.BUBBLING SALES: Coca-Cola surprised Wall Street with its beverage sales during the first quarter after it previously warned of slower growth this year.The stock rose 2.6% after the world’s largest beverage maker reported growth in revenue and profit that beat forecasts on sales of its signature soft drink, along with sports drinks and water.The growth warning in February triggered the stock’s worst sell-off in more than a decade.TWEET STORM: Twitter surged 12.9% after surprising Wall Street by adding more users than analysts had expected during the first quarter. All those additional thumbs texting away brought in more advertising sales and pushed revenue 18% higher.The company beat forecasts for gains in both monthly and daily users.There were some disappointing aspects to its quarterly report. Profit, which included a hefty tax benefit, fell short of forecasts. Looking ahead, the revenue forecast for the current quarter is mostly shy of what Wall Street expects.LOCKHEED DELIVERS: The aerospace and defence company rose 5.8% after raising its forecast for the year on a solid outlook for jet and arms production. Profit and revenue results for the most recent quarter also beat analysts’ forecasts.The company cited its F-35 fighter jet program as a key factor in its record backlog. Missiles and sales of other arms surged during the quarter.Damian J. Troise, The Associated Press read more

Annual UN push for treaty signatures to focus on protection of civilians

During a four-day forum starting on 21 September, which coincides with the seasonal opening of the General Assembly, the UN will highlight 24 key treaties which offer protection for non-combatants – including conventions that deal specifically with the rights of women, children and migrant workers.Palitha Kohona, Chief of the UN Treaty Section, told a press briefing today that civilians are increasingly the main victims of contemporary wars. A recent UN report found that globally, civilians suffer human rights abuses and are often denied humanitarian aid. At least 10 million civilians caught up in 20 separate conflicts – civil and international – are estimated by the UN to be restricted from access to aid. read more

Cameroon hails UN for helping it settle border dispute with Nigeria

The Greentree Agreement of 12 June resulted in the withdrawal of Nigerian troops from areas deemed to be part of Cameroon by a 2002 ruling of the International Court of Justice (ICJ). Thanking the UN, Mr. Annan and supportive countries, Ambassador Martin Belinga Eboutou renewed Cameroon’s commitment to the pact.“In particular, I would like to give the guarantee that those of the Nigerian nationals currently living in Bakassi and who are wiling to remain there will enjoy the same treatment as the 4.5 million Nigerians living in Cameroon who carry out their activities in safe conditions, perfect harmony and fraternity with Cameroonian Nationals,” he said in an address to the General Assembly’s annual debate.He added that the process had demonstrated that a final settlement cannot be imposed. “A true and lasting peace is built up through patience and moderation that can derive only from a real and shared political will.”Youssouf Bakayoko, the Foreign Minister of Côte d’Ivoire, which has been divided between the Government-controlled south and the rebel-held north since 2002, said the country is moving forward but requires continued international support. He welcomed the indispensable help of the UN, African Union, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), the European Union and friendly countries, adding: “My delegation invites all to continue their support for the Ivorian Government and people in their quest to achieve a definitive solution to this unprecedented crisis.”Also addressing the Assembly today, the Ambassador of Cape Verde, Maria De Fatima Lima Da Veiga, said that with international help, her country had seen improvements in its social and economic indicators in its 30 years since independence. It had also agreed to the pilot creation of a framework of common action for UN programmes, agencies and funds operating there in a bid to improve efficiency.Ambassador Phesheya Mbongeni Dlamini of Swaziland voiced appreciation for the UN’s support, in particular in advancing the constitutional process. “This is a costly but worthwhile exercise and we are grateful to the United Nations for the assistance and support that has been made available to us,” he said.At the same time, Mr. Dlamini pointed out that Swaziland still faces numerous challenges and said its people are encouraged “to be in partnerships with foreign direct investors in joint ventures to develop our nation.”Jeremie Bonnelame, the Ambassador of Seychelles, pointed to the gap between words and action on development, noting that any number of meetings had taken place, resolutions adopted, and statements made, but there still was no specific action in response. Stressing the need for a global partnership for development, he voiced hope that the Assembly would take decisive steps forward to bring about action based on a spirit of solidarity. read more

Mens Volleyball No 3 Ohio State sweeps No 8 Penn State 30

Junior setter Sanil Thomas sets the ball during the second set of No. 3 Ohio State’s match against No. 8 Penn State on Jan. 28, 2018 in St. John Arena. The Buckeyes defeated the Nittany Lions in straight sets (25-19, 25-15, 25-17) to pick up their fifth win of the season. Credit: Aliyyah Jackson | Senior ReporterThe No. 3 Ohio State Men’s volleyball team (5-2) swept No. 8 Penn State (3-2) in straight sets, winning 3-0 Sunday night at St. John Arena.Head coach Pete Hanson said prior to the game, his team did not know what type of line-up to expect from Penn State due to an injured Nittany Lion, but that the Buckeyes still prepared for a tough match in the days leading up.“The last few days in practice, it was a lot about our blocking and our defense in terms of, when we got Penn State into trouble, could we win that point by blocking them?” Hanson said. “Could we win that point by digging the ball and then letting Sanil set a hitter and kill that ball?” Ohio State came out aggressive and big on the net in the first set, setting the tone for the rest of the match by winning 25-19. As a team, the Buckeyes hit .500, swinging hard from the middle and wing positions, while committing only two service errors in the first set. Powerful serves by Ohio State challenged Penn State’s defense and forced out of system plays for the Nittany Lions. Ohio State redshirt junior middle blocker Blake Leeson stayed ready on the net, putting down at least three of Penn State’s overpasses. Redshirt freshman opposite Jake Hanes and senior outside hitter Maxime Hervoir had seven and five kills, respectively, in the first set, to contribute to the Buckeyes’ effective offense. Senior outside hitter Nicolas Szerszen had five of Ohio State’s seven digs in the set. Ohio State showed improved stats in both blocks and digs from previous matches. Szerszen said the Buckeyes have been spending time in practice trying to improve in blocking and controlling the ball for stronger counter-attacks.“We want to serve tough. When we serve tough the other team struggles and then it’s easier for us to get blocks and digs,” Szerszen said. “It’s really frustrating when we do that and then we don’t get those blocks or digs and counter-attack on them. The first couple matches we struggled a little bit with that.”The Buckeyes got off to a slower start in the second set. They battled Penn State point-by point until the two were tied at 14 when Szerszen scored a kill for the side-out and served for an eight-point run. After a service error, Penn State got the ball back, but lost it in the next play when Leeson put the ball down for Ohio State. Though Penn State provided stiff competition for the first half of the second set, Ohio State’s aggressive offense picked back up in the second half, shutting down the Nittany Lions. Penn State redshirt sophomore setter Luke Braswell, named last week’s EIVA player of the week for averaging 9.86 assists per set and helping his team hit an overall hitting percentage of .522, had only four assists in the second set. The team hit a .409 in the second set with six kills and six attacking errors. Penn State lost the second set by 10 points, 25-15.Ohio State started the third set with a large presence on the net, a stark contrast to Penn State’s diminished energy. The Buckeyes hit a .520, with which Penn State could not keep up. The Nittany Lions raised their hitting percentage to .125, but had only eight kills. Ohio State finished the set quickly, beating Penn State 25-17 and sealing the match victory.Topping the kill leaderboard were Hanes (16), Hervoir (10) and Szerszen (9). Ohio State junior setter Sanil Thomas had fewer assists than usual, but still topped the leaderboard with 29. Szerszen’s 10 digs were the most in the match and Leeson finished first in blocks with four. read more

Skydiver with dwarfism killed in solo jump with modified equipment twice pulled

first_imgPamela Gower, pictured on holiday at the Taj Mahal in India, was described as an 'experienced skydiver' An air ambulance takes off after Pamela Gower plunged to her death in Shotton Colliery An air ambulance takes off after Pamela Gower plunged to her death in Shotton CollieryCredit:Tom Banks/i-Images Ian Rosenvinge, the owner of Peterlee Parachute Centre told the inquest that Ms Gower had specially made kit to fit her frame, which she had bought from the United States. He passed on condolences to her family, who questioned if too much time had passed between each of her sky dives. Recording a conclusion of misadventure, Mr Tweddle said: “The deceased suffered from dwarfism and was an experienced diver who had done jumps in Spain and in the UK.” He went on to say that Ms Gower was “properly prepared” to do the jump. “She attempted a barrel roll,” he added. “She didn’t recover from this and went into a high speed spin. Her stature meant it was more difficult for her to recover from the spin and she was unable to do so. She lost consciousness. “Her back-up parachute deployed correctly, but she suffered fatal injuries when she hit the ground.” The coroner said he would write to the British Parachute Association to call for a review of rules surrounding the amount of time learners can take between jumps and Mr Butler told the inquest the review was already under way. Her stature meant it was more difficult for her to recover from the spin and she was unable to do soAndrew Tweddle, senior coroner Ms Gower, from Hebburn, in South Tyneside, jumped on her third chance, but while attempting a “barrel roll” manoeuvre she went into a high-speed spin and lost control. County Durham Coroner’s Court heard that video footage captured of the fatal jump showed Ms Gower trying to deploy the parachute two or three times.But the G-force from the spin, greater than that experienced by a fighter pilot, was too strong. Ms Gower was an employment adviser at the Newcastle branch of charity Remploy, which supports disabled people into work. Ms Gower had a specially adapted harness because of her restricted height, the coroner heard.She was found on a road at a housing estate close to an airfield at Shotton Colliery where her plane had taken off from, close to the Peterlee Parachute Centre. Tony Butler, chief operating officer at the British Parachute Association, told the court he thought that it would be more difficult for Ms Gower to stabilise herself in the air by “arching” because of her dwarfism. He said: “I think it would make it more difficult. Part of arch is to extend your limbs and as she has short limbs it would be difficult.” center_img A charity skydiver with dwarfism who plunged 15,000 feet to her death had twice pulled out of a solo jump with modified equipment just hours before the fatal fall, an inquest heard.Pamela Gower had gone up in a plane with her instructor Michelle Meakins, but told her “my mind wants to do it, but my body doesn’t” just hours before she took part in the deadly dive. The 49-year-old, described at the inquest as an experienced skydiver, was planning to jump from the plane not holding on to the instructor on September 10 this year. Her instructor had encouraged her, telling her: “I know it’s nerve wracking, but you don’t need me to hold onto you.” Pamela Gower, pictured on holiday at the Taj Mahal in India, was described as an ‘experienced skydiver’ Credit:Evening Gazette Senior coroner Andrew Tweddle said: “So what we have is exceptional circumstances affecting a diver who is partially trained and because of her unique stature that made it difficult for her to recover through the arching technique. “It’s a combination of things all going wrong at the same time that led to the fatal outcome of this situation.” Giving evidence, Ms Meakins said she had become good friends with Ms Gower and described her as “very determined”.Although Ms Gower had completed sky dives in Spain, Ms Meakins insisted that she went back over old ground and practised with her at a wind tunnel before agreeing to take her on as a student. She said: “For my own peace of mind as an instructor I wanted to fly with her in a wind tunnel and take on board myself that she was satisfactory to fly. She achieved that.”  Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more

Visit your GP in the Post Office Kildare branch trialling new doctor

first_img Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article By Sean Murray Visit your GP… in the Post Office? Kildare branch trialling new doctor service The post office in Ballymore Eustace will be the first to offer the VideoDoc service. May 1st 2017, 11:43 AM Share Tweet Email5 http://jrnl.ie/3367638 Image: Finbarr O’Rourke Image: Finbarr O’Rourke 14 Comments Monday 1 May 2017, 11:43 AM IT HAS LONG been cited by supporters of the post office network in Ireland that they offer a lifeline to rural communities up and down the country.With the future of the post office at risk, postmasters have urged An Post to adapt and change with the times to secure the network’s future.In a bid to modernise the services on offer, one branch in Kildare has launched VideoDoc, offering online GP and medical consultations from a booth inside the post office itself.Fogarty’s Quickpick and Post Office in Ballymore Eustace will become the pilot for the project and, if successful, it be will be launched nationwide.The VideoDoc booth will primarily cater for minor ailments and straightforward consultations.Doctors will be able to triage, treat, diagnose, prescribe and follow-up with patients. The booth will also offer access to health consultations such as dermatology.The booth – called “The Hub” – will also offer access to additional services such as dermatology, printing, laminating, internet access, phone charging and a coffee area.VideoDoc CEO Mary O’Brien said: “This online GP consultation service is ideally suited for communities where access to traditional GP support may be difficult and postmasters are the ideal providers of the booth, given the centrality of their premises and public trust they are held in.” Source: Finbarr O’RourkeIrish Postmasters’ Union general secretary Ned O’Hara said that the initiative demonstrates how the role of postmasters can be adapted and expanded in the modern, technology-driven world.In January 2016, the Post Office Network Business Development Group published a report (called the Bobby Kerr report) on how post offices could be saved – through expanding commercial potential and government-level changes.However, An Post has warned that the whole system could collapse if the number of post offices in the country is maintained at its current level.Speaking to RTÉ’s Prime Time, An Post Chief Executive David McRedmond recently said that 265 branches were found to be “near no discernible area of population” and the company had to “be real” about their prospects.Read: 265 post offices serve ‘no discernible area of population’Read: The long, slow death of the Irish post office 15,948 Views Short URLlast_img read more

United Way of Broward County celebrates reading volunteers

first_imgDAVIE, FLA. (WSVN) – A South Florida organization is thanking their volunteers who help children learn to read, Friday.The United Way of Broward County hosted an end-of-the-year appreciation breakfast for Reading Pal volunteers, teachers and principals.The Reading Pals program connects tutors with Pre-K through Third grade students to ensure students are reading at their grade level. “Without a foundation for literacy, you just can’t really do anything,” said Broward County Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie. “You can’t learn other subjects, you can’t take assessments well. It’s absolutely critical for success in life.”The program requires volunteers to dedicate an hour per week for 25 weeks to read to individual students or in a small group.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

6 displaced after Fort Lauderdale fire

first_imgFORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – Fort Lauderdale officials responded to a house fire that displaced six people, Monday night.Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue responded to the scene near Northwest 18th Street.According to a fire rescue spokesperson, heavy smoke and flames was coming from the house that was being rented. The woman renting the house said she was cooking, went to check on the kids and then realized there was a fire. She said she’s had trouble with the stove in the past.Two adults, four children and a dog were inside but were able to get out safely. The American Red Cross was called to the scene to help those displaced.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

University of Miami cuts tailgating time for FSU game at Hard Rock

first_img@jhernandez32 emergency personnel and staff is limited as they are helping with Hurricane Matthew relief.— Miami Hurricanes (@MiamiHurricanes) October 7, 2016Officials said anyone who does not have a ticket to the game, or do not have a ticket waiting at will call or on a pass list, will not be permitted to enter the tailgating area at Hard Rock Stadium. @jhernandez32 this is a stipulation we had to meet in order for the game to be played. — Miami Hurricanes (@MiamiHurricanes) October 7, 2016The game is scheduled for Saturday night at Hard Rock Stadium with kickoff set for 8 p.m.Both schools will present a check for $50,000 that will go towards hurricane relief.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.center_img MIAMI GARDENS, FLA. (WSVN) – University of Miami officials are letting fans know that if you don’t have a ticket to Saturday’s big game versus Florida State, you won’t be able to enter Hard Rock Stadium’s parking lot. Officials also cut the time for fans to tailgate by two hours, giving fans less time to prepare for the rivalry game.The Green and RV tailgating lots will now open at 4 p.m., while the Blue, Maroon, Yellow, Purple and Orange lots will open at 5 p.m, according to University of Miami officials. They were originally going to open at 2 and 3 p.m.“The decision to move forward with the game came after numerous conversations between Florida State, the ACC, Hard Rock Stadium, the University of Miami and through consultation with Miami Dade County,” a news release said.last_img read more

Former Opalocka city manager sentenced to over 3 years in prison

first_img Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. MIAMI (WSVN) – Former Opa-locka city manager David Chiverton has been sentenced to over three years in prison.Chiverton appeared in court, Monday morning, just two months after pleading guilty in his federal corruption case.U.S. District Court Judge Cecilia M. Altonaga sentenced Chiverton to 38 months in prison, to be followed by three years of supervised release and eight months of home detention.Chiverton was also ordered to forfeit $7,600 to the United States.Back in March, dozens of FBI agents raided Opa-locka City Hall following a three-year investigation that alleged Chiverton and other officials pocketed thousands of dollars in illegal kickbacks from business owners for building, zoning and code enforcement favors.Chiverton resigned from his position in July.Other indictments are expected to surface, according to the city. last_img read more

Massive Attack To Celebrate 21 Years Of Mezzanine With 2019 Anniversary Tour

first_img Facebook Massive Attack To Celebrate 21 Years Of ‘Mezzanine’ With 2019 Anniversary Tour News Email The British electronic group will revisit their classic 1998 album with a special tour in Europe and North America in 2019Ana YglesiasGRAMMYs Oct 31, 2018 – 2:07 pm British electronic trip-hop group Massive Attack released their third album, Mezzanine, in 1998. The album, especially its single “Teardrop,” made waves in the U.K. and U.S., and was a seminal recording for late-’90s electronic music, with its dark and brooding beats and haunting vocals. On Oct. 30, 20 years after its release, the group has announced that they will be taking the classic album on the road with a special anniversary tour in Europe and North America in 2019.According the group, Mezzanine XX1 will give attendees a new taste of the classic album 21 years later, using “custom audio reconstructed from the original samples and influences.” They have recruited Elizabeth Fraser to tour with them, the vocalist on “Teardrop,” “Group Four” and “Black Milk.” Fraser, who was part of Scottish rock group Cocteau Twins, hasn’t toured since the last time Massive Attack brought her on tour in 2006.The show will also include new audio/visual elements and sounds, making the experience a very special way for fans to revisit the album and see the group perform its songs live for the first time in years. As the group’s Robert “3D” Del Naja said, “It’s going to be a one off piece of work; our own personalised nostalgia nightmare head trip.”Mezzanine, which was originally released on April 20, 1998, will be available as a special remastered reissue with previously unreleased Mad Professor remixes. The reissue will be available on streaming and special edition CD on Nov. 16 and as a vinyl boxset on Dec. 7.Earlier this year, on the 20th anniversary, the group had the album’s audio files encoded into synthetic DNA, making it the second largest file to date stored in DNA. On Oct. 19, the group got extra creative and announced that the album’s DNA would be available to purchase in the form of can of spray paint, each of which contains about one million copies of the album.The tour begins in Glasgow, Scotland on Jan. 28 with dates across Europe until March 1 in Bristol, England, after which the North American leg of the tour will begin. Specific dates and venues will be announced Nov. 2, but, according to Pitchfork, will include stops in Washington, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Detroit, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, St. Paul, Minn. and Toronto. Presale tickets for select European shows go on sale today, Oct. 31. More info can be found on Massive Attack’s website.Beirut Share Story Behind “Gallipoli” From Upcoming Album, Announce TourRead more Twitter Massive Attack To Celebrate ‘Mezzanine’ With Tour massive-attack-celebrate-21-years-mezzanine-2019-anniversary-tourlast_img read more

LIBRARY LINEUP Swing Fever Trio Concert on Feb 21 Home Buying Selling

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below is a list of FREE upcoming programs for adults, teens and kids at the Wilmington Memorial Library.Registration begins 30 days prior to the event. Please register online using our Calendar of Events at www.wilmlibrary.org or by calling (978) 694-2099 (for Adult) or (978) 694-2098 (for Children/Teen). Please note we request registration for programs that are marked *RR. Thank you to the Friends of the Library for funding support for library programs!Adult EventsPoetry Circle *RRSaturday, February 16, 9:15 am-11:30 amLove poetry? The poetry circle is a great opportunity to meet other poets and get constructive feedback in a supportive environment. When registering, please provide your email address so you can receive an agenda and any prep materials in advance. Led by local writing enthusiast, Barbara Alevras.Coffee with a CopWednesday, February 20, 10 amDrop in, grab a tea or coffee, and chat with a police officer. Learn about the rights of the public as well as the roles and responsibilities of Police and Community in a relaxed and open setting. All questions welcome.Current Affairs Discussion Group *RRWednesday, February 20, 7 pmThis group is for all who would like to broaden their knowledge of current national and international affairs. You will have the opportunity to discuss topical events and learn from others. Led by facilitator Dan Hall.Swinging the American Songbook *RRThursday, February 21, 2:30 pmGet your toes tapping as Steve Rudolph’s Swing Fever Trio applies its distinctive jazz styling to the music of George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Duke Ellington, Frank Sinatra and much, much more…and don’t forget Elvis! It’s a joyous sampling of the best in American popular music.Novel Ideas Book Group *RRThursday, February 21, 7 pmFeatured Book: An American Marriageby Tayari JonesEnjoy reading fiction? Join the library’s fiction book group led by Adult Services Librarian Kim Blakely. Please stop by the library to pick up a copy of the featured book.English Conversation Group *RRThursday, February 21, 7pm-8pmPractice speaking English with fellow English language learners in a relaxed environment.  Open to all ability levels.  Led by ESL Teacher and Program Coordinator Susan MacDonald.Home Buying *RRSaturday, February 23, 9:30 amWhat should you know before buying a home? Linda Thomson from Keller Williams Realty will walk you through the home buying process from applying for a mortgage and identifying your price range to home inspections and closing costs. Bring your questions – there will be a Q&A period with Loan Officer Andrew Marquis from Guaranteed Rate and Attorney Chelsea Pettit of Ligris & Associates.Home Selling*RRSaturday, February 23, 11 amHow do you prepare to sell a home? Linda Thomson from Keller Williams Realty will discuss what you’ll want to consider when preparing to sell your house including how to determine current market value, getting your home ready to show, marketing the home, anticipating closing costs, and more. Bring your questions – there will be a Q&A period with Loan Officer Andrew Marquis from Guaranteed Rate and Attorney Chelsea Pettit of Ligris & Associates.Sound Off A Cappella ConcertFriday, March 1, 7 pmFormed in 2013, Sound Off is an award-winning semi-professional a cappella group based in Boston, MA and proud member of the Contemporary A cappella League (CAL). They are young men and women from all different career fields brought together by an unabashed love for a cappella music and performance. While they perform regularly around the Greater Boston area, Sound Off continues to develop a diverse repertoire of modern pop with a soulful twist. Join us for this fun and entertaining “unplugged” concert and some light refreshments!(9thgrade and up, $10 Students, $15 adults) Kids and Teen EventsBook Buddies Info Session *RRFriday, February 15, 2:30 pmNeed community service hours? Find out if Book Buddies is for you! This fun literacy program pairs a teen volunteer with a child ages 4-8 for one or two three-week sessions. Please complete an application before attending. Grades 9-12Snow Fort Fest *RRTuesday, February 19, 2-3:30 pmBuild snow forts, igloos, and castles, and then take part in an epic snowball competition! Warm up back at the library with hot chocolate. Check the library’s website for location information; depending on weather conditions, the program will take place inside the library. Ages 8+Jackbox Game Night *RRTuesday, February 19, 7 pmPlay these outrageous party game phenomenon packs from the creators of You Don’t Know Jack. Bring your own wifi-enabled device to join the fun. Grades 7-12Beyond the Fairy Tale: Interactive Theatre Workshop for Kids! with Cindi HaggertyWednesday, February 20, 10 amJoin the fun as we bring to life a magical Fairytale about a princess who has lost her smile. By using props, costumes and our imagination, we will learn that sometimes all we need is the gift of kindness and the magic of friendship in order to receive our own happily ever after! Grades K-5Cookin’ the Books for Teens *RRWednesday, February 20, 1 pmMake a recipe from Heather Kim’s Sweet Revenge cookbook, and bring in a batch to share with other teen bakers as you also sample their desserts! Copies are available at the Youth Services Desk; don’t forget to sign up for your recipe when you register. Grades 6-12Kindergarten Book Club *RRWednesday, February 20, 3:45This book club is for Kindergarteners who miss storytime or those who love to be read to. We will read and discuss a few books together, then do a fun activity. KindergartenMike the Bubble Man *RRWednesday, February 20, 6:30 pmThrough music, choreography, science, and comedy, Mike the Bubble Man makes bubbles of all shapes and sizes come alive, sparking imagination and wonder. Ages 3+(NOTE: These weekly listings are submitted by the Wilmington Memorial Library.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedLIBRARY LINEUP: Summer Bash On August 15; Coffee With A Cop On August 21In “Community”LIBRARY LINEUP: Wildwood Cemetery Stroll Set For September 21In “Community”LIBRARY LINEUP: FREE Bach, Beethoven, & Brahams Concert On Sept. 12In “Community”last_img read more

Who are the men in white behind Hong Kongs mob attack

first_imgHong Kong is reeling after a large gang of men in white shirts brutally beat dozens of people inside a train station in a shocking new twist to the city’s summer of protest. Six men have been detained, some with gang links, police said, without elaborating. The sudden attack, which came as a massive protest was winding down Sunday night, has spurred speculation about the men’s backgrounds, motivations and possible political ties. Also Read – Weak European inflation bolsters case for stimulus Advertise With Us What is known so far: ___ WHAT HAPPENED? Some of the attackers wore face masks, while others did not. All were clad in white, in contrast to the protesters’ black, and armed with wooden poles and steel rods — weapons that they seemed to swing indiscriminately at residents making their way home at the end of a long day. They descended on Yuen Long station a little more than an hour before midnight, apparently targeting pro-democracy demonstrators but hitting others as well. Also Read – Uganda: Traveling girl from Congo dies of Ebola Advertise With Us By the time police arrived, they had fled, leaving blood stains on the platform. Forty-five people were injured, including a man left in critical condition. ___ WERE THEY GANGSTERS? Hong Kong police detained six men on Monday in connection with the attacks. Some came from rural parts of Yuen Long. They ranged in age from 24 to 54, and their occupations included drivers, hawkers and renovation workers, senior police official Chan Tin-chu said. Advertise With Us “Some of them have triad backgrounds,” he told reporters, referring to organized crime syndicates that hold sway over certain neighborhoods in Hong Kong. T. Wing Lo, an organized crime expert at the City University of Hong Kong, said the scale of the attack indicated that it was likely organized by a triad that, with the promise of payment, rounded up people in the rural area to participate. The area around Yuen Long station is primarily controlled by two triad groups called Wo Shing Wo and 14K, Lo said, adding that the groups generally don’t allow others to commit crimes in their territory. ___ WHY DID THEY DO IT? It’s all about the money. Lo said the going rate for an attack like Sunday’s could be as much as 10 million Hong Kong dollars ($1.28 million). Most of it would go to the triad leaders, while the actual perpetrators might make 2,000 Hong Kong dollars ($250) for their work. In the past, triad members have been linked to attacks both against pro-democracy movements and in support of them. Thugs suspected of belonging to triad groups beat up protesters during Hong Kong’s 2014 Occupy Central demonstrations, and in an earlier era, they helped 1989 Tiananmen Square activists flee mainland China — all for a price. “The Hong Kong triad only works for money, not for political ideology,” Lo said. “They will work for anyone.” ___ WHO PAID THEM? Because the deals are arranged through a middleman, the actual commissioners of triad actions often remain unknown. Hong Kong’s leader, Carrie Lam, has dismissed allegations of collusion between the thugs and the police, who some Hong Kong residents have accused of deliberately failing to intervene during the attack. Lynette Ong, a political science professor at the University of Toronto who has written about China’s “thugs-for-hire,” said governments have hired gangsters to attack protesters elsewhere, though it is unclear who instigated the Yuen Long assault. “The fact they were sent to beat up protesters — it has to be someone who wants the protests to stop,” Ong said. ___ Associated Press writers Eileen Ng in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Elaine Kurtenbach in Bangkok and Ken Moritsugu in Beijing contributed to this report.last_img read more

Apply now for El Cid Resorts Riviera Maya fam

first_img TORONTO — Travel agents are invited to apply for the upcoming El Cid Resorts fam to the Riviera Maya.El Cid Resorts, along with WestJet Vacations, will be hosting the four-night fam from May 10-14 to allow agents to learn more about the resort company, which comprises Hotel Marina El Cid Spa and Beach Resort, and the new Ventus by Marina El Cid.The fam includes:Single room occupancyDirect WestJet flights from YYZ and YYC to CUNSame-day connections from many other Ontario and western Canadian citiesFree time to explore the properties and destinationOne included excursionOnly 15 agents will be offered a spot from Ontario and Western Canada, and will be escorted by Dave Emery.Approximate costs are $480 (YYZ) and $585 (YYC). Connecting flights from YVR, YEG, YYC, YXE, YQE, YLW and other Ontario and Western Canadian cities may be available for an additional $80 or less. Transfers and group meal/excursion tips would be the only additional fee and be approximately US$70.More news:  Help Princess Cruises break the world record for largest vow renewal at seaThe fam is open to full-time agents only. No spouses are allowed, and there are no changes to the scheduled flights. Preference will be given to agents who have been booking El Cid Resorts and are members of the El Cid Rewards program.To apply go to http://www.daemery.com/detm/FAMs.HTM. Posted by Travelweek Group Apply now for El Cid Resorts’ Riviera Maya fam Tuesday, March 12, 2019 Tags: El Cid Resorts, FAMs << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

US woman to translate and publish Costa Rica poetry

first_imgNo related posts. From the print editionJulia Guez, pronounced like “guess,” recently arrived in Costa Rica on a Fulbright fellowship, to take a look at Costa Rica’s poetry. Her idea: to translate the poetry into English and introduce it to the world of literature. She found that Costa Rica has a wealth of poetry and literature, and that Costa Ricans are certainly proud of it.“There is a lot going on here in the way of poetry; salons, tertulias [literary circles], readings, festivals and events. The scene is very alive,” Guez reported. She has met with poets and writers for readings and roundtables all over the country. Through the Culture Ministry and the universities, she has made many contacts with the literary world. A poetry event at Puggo’s Restaurant that Guez attended in Montezuma drew “about a hundred poets reading their work, and an enthusiastic audience.”Guez found that Ticos appreciate their poets and writers, particularly Jorge DeBravo, Carlos, Luis Fallas (known as Calufa), Carmen Lyra and Carmen Naranjo. “Everyone is familiar with Lyra’s ‘Cuentos de Tia Panchita’ and some of her other works,” she said. She’s right. Lyra is pictured on the {20,000 bill. Calufa’s works are studied in high school. “For a small country, Costa Rica has produced many important writers and poets, and there are many poets in the general population,” Guez said. Costa Rica is also known for its ubiquitous bombas (couplets), a form of poetry. “Poets give a country an identity,” Guez said. “Ruben Daría in Nicaragua, Jose Martí in Cuba, Pablo Neruda in Chile and Octavio Paz in Mexico are known internationally. And Jorge DeBravo [1938-1967] is Costa Rica’s national poet. His birthday, January 31, is celebrated here with poetry workshops and readings.”  Guez is especially interested in the period from 1910-1940 in Costa Rica, which produced writers such as Fallas, Lyra and DeBravo. “Those were years of social foment, of rights and causes which influenced poetry and literature,” she said.Guez came to Costa Rica with a goal – to translate and publish an almost unknown work of poetry, “Testimonio de Entonces,” or Testament of Then, by Mario Picado Umaña. Picado lived from 1928-1988 and was the adopted son of Clorito Picado, the man who developed the snake anti-venom. This work is barely mentioned on the Internet, but Guez found it intriguing as a historical account of Costa Rican history, beginning with the arrival of Columbus in Limón. The University of Costa Rica Press published the book in 1978, and Guez has begun working on a translation.Her interest in Costa Rica’s poetry came about in an unconventional way. A Texas native, she graduated with an English major from Rice University and spent two years in Houston instructing English with Teach for America. Her students came from 70 different countries with a total of 42 languages. From that experience she was determined to learn Spanish by living in Argentina for two years. Work on a master’s degree in arts at Columbia University in New York followed. Two years ago she needed a vacation, so she came to Costa Rica and stopped in at the Goodlight used bookstore in Alajuela, north of San José. There, she discovered “Testimonio de Entonces” and other Costa Rican poetry books on a top shelf. “I cleaned out the whole shelf, about 15 books,” she said. She began thinking of how to present this wealth of work, but needed time off and financial help to make it happen. “I started working on my application for a grant on the plane, writing notes on napkins,” she said. Her acceptance into the Fulbright program arrived April 1, 2011, and she landed in Costa Rica in September. She’ll stay until July, but she isn’t sure yet how she will use all that she’s learned. For now she is exploring the country’s  poetry and literature. One stop on her agenda will be San Ramón – the City of Poets – in Alajuela. There she will learn about poets of the past and meet those of today. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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first_imgStephen PaeaDTKneeDNPDNPDNPQuestionable Deone Bucannon$LBAnkleLimitedLimitedLimitedQuestionable Orlando ScandrickCBHandLimitedLimitedFull— Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires D.J. HumphriesLBKneeDNPDNPDNPOut Daily Practice Designations:DNP-Did Not ParticipateLimited-Limited Participation (Less than 100% of normal repetitions)Full-Full Participation (100% of normal repetitions)Game Status Designations:Out-Will not playDoubtful-Unlikely to playQuestionable-Uncertain if player will play Karlos DansbyLBHipLimitedLimitedFull— Mike IupatiGTricepLimitedLimitedLimitedQuestionable Carson PalmerQBNot Injury Related—DNPFull— Top Stories Chidobe AwuzieCBHamstringDNPDNPDNPOut The Arizona Cardinals (1-1) open the home portion of their 2017 schedule on Sept. 25 when they host the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale.The game kicks off at 5:30 p.m. Arizona time and can be heard on 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station, beginning with pregame coverage at 1:30 p.m.Below is the official Week 3 injury report for both teams. Terrance WilliamsWRAnkle—DNPLimitedQuestionable Jermaine GreshamTERibsLimitedLimitedLimitedQuestionable Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Brice ButlerWRAnkle—LimitedLimitedQuestionable Nolan CarrollCBConcussionDNPDNPDNPOut John BrownWRQuadricepDNPDNPDNPOut PlayerPositionInjuryThursdayFridaySaturdayGameStatus Comments   Share   Anthony HitchensLBKneeDNPDNPDNPOut The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo PlayerPositionInjuryThursdayFridaySaturdayGame Status Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact J.J. NelsonWRHamstringLimitedLimitedLimitedQuestionablelast_img read more

Bangkok – Bangkok Airways has won the Best Regiona

first_imgBangkok – Bangkok Airways has won the Best Regional Airline for Asia according to this year’s announcement from the World Airline Awards poll conducted by Skytrax www.worldairlineawards.com). This achievement follows the airline’s recognition on the top rung in the regional category since 2004.The airline’s strategic positioning as ASIA’S BOUTIQUE AIRLINE has earned reputation for Bangkok Airways’ service quality far and wide through discerning travelers from around the world. The airline’s evidently the only one in Asia that has received the distinction in the category of the Best Regional Airline for five consecutive years through considerable votes from passengers who’ve experienced the ‘BOUTIQUE’ legend.Captain Puttipong Prasarttong-Osoth, the airline’s President, has given compliments to all staff particularly those in the front line. “In receiving this merit, I’m as much grateful as everyone else in the company. Amidst the fierce competition in the field of airline business, this award-winning title has clearly made its own statement that the airline’s ‘Boutique’ concept has reached a commendable service level we all strive on,” said Captain Puttipong.The task of delivering quality service for passengers has its prime focus on front-line service from the Boutique lounges which are open for all passengers, in-flight meals, Boutique airports in Samui, Sukhothai and Trat (Koh chang); new aircraft with liveries inspired by the spirits of the region’s most exotic destinations, as well as helpful and friendly staff that has escalated the joy of travel labeled under one-of-a-kind ‘BOUTIQUE’ brand.last_img read more

Missing teenager found updated

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