first_imgThe Canadian Press VANCOUVER — Four oil and gas companies are expected to answer questions today about how they use the Trans Mountain pipeline, how refinery closures affect their prices and other factors that could contribute to British Columbia’s volatile prices at the pump.A three-member panel, chaired by B.C. Utilities Commission CEO David Morton, will listen to up to four days of oral hearings in Vancouver as part of a public inquiry into the high price of gasoline and diesel in the province.Parkland Fuels, Shell, Imperial Oil and Suncor are scheduled to give opening remarks and answer questions from the panel this afternoon. In the morning, those firms and other interveners will have an opportunity to question Deetken Group, a consulting firm that prepared a report for the inquiry identifying possible reasons for the fuel price spikes.Deetken found land values and credit card fees have likely contributed to higher retail margins, while transportation and regulatory costs could be part of the reason wholesale gasoline margins are higher in British Columbia but they don’t tell the whole story.Premier John Horgan called the public inquiry in May as gasoline prices at the pump reached a record-breaking $1.70 per litre.At the time, the B.C. Liberals and Alberta government bought advertising blaming Horgan and linking his government’s resistance to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion for the surging costs.The National Energy Board will also appear before the panel.The inquiry will conclude with a final report by the panel due Aug. 30.last_img read more

22 July 2009United Nations peacekeepers are no strangers to working in some of the world’s most hazardous regions, and they are now helping out on a new battlefront: combating climate change. “The care and protection of our environment is everybody’s concern,” said Lieutenant Colonel Um Bello, who serves with the UN peacekeeping mission in Liberia (UNMIL). He is leading his troops in a new exercise: planting 1,000 trees in the country’s west this year, as part of the tree-planting campaign of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), which seeks to plant 7 billion trees – or one for every person in the world – by the end of 2009.“As a contingent, we have resolved to join efforts with the international community” and others to ensure that the war against climate change “is fought, won and our planet Earth is saved,” he said.With the destruction of natural forests emitting more greenhouse gases every year than the transport sector, planting trees – which absorb carbon dioxide and store nearly 300 gigatonnes of carbon in their biomass – is a crucial defence in the fight against global warming.Blue helmets have already planted nearly 30,000 saplings in 11 peacekeeping missions worldwide, in countries including Timor-Leste, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Georgia and Lebanon.To date, more than 4 billion trees have been planted, with 169 countries having taken part in UNEP’s Billion Tree Campaign. Ethiopia alone has planted 1.4 billion trees, while Turkey has planted 707 million and Mexico has planted 537 million.For its part, the joint African Union-UN peacekeeping mission in Darfur, known as UNAMID, has embarked on a scheme to plant 1,000 seedlings at all of its compounds in the war-ravaged Sudanese region by December.UNEP, which hopes its tree-planting initiative will pressure nations to “seal the deal” on an ambitious new climate change pact this December in Copenhagen, Denmark, planted a tree for each of the more than 10,000 people who signed up for the ‘Twitter for Trees’ initiative on the Internet-based social networking site Twitter by World Environment Day on 5 June.Groups such as the World Organization of the Scouts Movement, with 28 million members in 160 countries, committed to plant 65,000 trees as well. read more

first_imgThe A76 was closed near Kirkconnel due to a landslide, while train services were disrupted due to heavy rain flooding the railway between Linlithgow and Haymarket in Edinburgh. Here’s the latest gusts showing it’s still very #windy out there, especially in the northwest, but also as the cold front passes #StormGeorgina— Met Office (@metoffice) January 24, 2018 On Monday, a team went into Observatory Gully to assess conditions but the avalanche risk was too high to deploy rescuers to search the area. Nice weather for ducks: Flooding at Tewkesbury Cricket Club in GloucestershireCredit:Ben Birchall /PA Met Office spokesman Alex Burkill said: “Storm Georgina has arrived meaning it’s very windy across much of the UK especially in Scotland.”We could see gusts of 60, 70mph and up to 80mph and could even get up to around 90mph around the western isles.”Severe weather hampers Ben Nevis hillwalker searchRescuers looking for a hillwalker missing since Sunday on the UK’s highest mountain have described how severe weather has been hampering search efforts.Two men were found by Lochaber Mountain Rescue Team close to the summit of Ben Nevis at about 6pm on Sunday, however another man who was with them is still missing.Lochaber Mountain Rescue Team said conditions have made it difficult to look for him but they plan to resume the search as soon as there is a window in the weather. High wind warnings have been extended as Storm Georgina batters the UK with gusts of up to 90mph possible.Many ferry services have been cancelled while flooding has disrupted road and rail travel.Met Office yellow “be aware” warnings for high winds across northern Scotland have been extended to 5pm.A gust of 85mph was recorded on South Uist on Wednesday morning, while there were 75mph gusts at The Needles on the Isle of Wight and Anglesey off Wales.Forecasters said gusts of 70 to 80mph are likely in northern and western parts of the Highlands and could even reach 90mph around the Western Isles. The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) has issued 32 flood warnings, the majority of them in the Borders and Tayside.Scotland’s Transport Minister Humza Yousaf urged people to check with transport providers before travelling: A tree blown over by high winds blocks a lane of the M27 near Fareham, HampshireCredit:Hampshire Police/Solent News  A tree blown over by high winds blocks the inside lane of the M27 motorway just after junction nine near Fareham, Hantscenter_img With high winds and persistent rain fall it has been a difficult morning in some parts of the country.Winds expected to continue throughout day so follow@CalMacFerries@ScotRail@NetworkRailSCOT@TravelineScot@trafficscotland For regular updates and plan journey ahead— Humza Yousaf (@HumzaYousaf) January 24, 2018 Northern Ireland has been removed from the warning area as the strongest winds have now cleared, while yellow warnings of heavy rain which were issued for northern England, Yorkshire and the Humber expired at 11am.Flooding has also caused problems, particularly in southern Scotland with the Whitesands in Dumfries closed to vehicles due to the River Nith flooding. Ducks weather Some Caledonian MacBrayne ferry services have been cancelled due to the weather while Argyll Ferries said that due to high winds, sailings on the Gourock to Dunoon route may be liable to disruption or cancellation at short notice. Instead they searched the area using a drone which was lost as conditions proved to be “well outside its operational capability”.On Tuesday, a search and rescue helicopter tried to reach Observatory Gully, but had to turn back due to the difficult weather conditions. In a post on their Facebook page on Wednesday Lochaber Mountain Rescue Team wrote: “Today the forecast of 90 mph winds at sea level and storm force winds on the mountain with continued high avalanche risk mean that the team have reluctantly decided to delay restarting the search.”As soon as we get a window in the weather then we will resume.”Our thoughts are with the family and friends of the missing person and we are sorry we cannot do any more than we have already done.” 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

first_imgChosen by just one vote ahead of David Noon, Vice President, Global Operations & Sales, GroundProbe, nominated for his geotechnical monitoring technology solutions, Nigel Bain is the 2018 inductee into the IM Technology Hall of Fame; safety category. Bain recently retired as Executive Director Nevada with Barrick. When he was Turquoise Ridge General Manager Bain was the 2016 winner of the International Society of Mine Safety Professionals’ Leadership Award.Turquoise Ridge, an underground operation located in northern Nevada, is situated on terrain that is difficult to mine. The ground is highly fractured and rock quality is poor, making safety a challenge. At one point in its history, the operation was included among a group of Nevada mines known as ‘widow makers’ due to the high number of fatalities that had occurred at them.Bain became General Manager in mid-2011 and quickly set about revamping the mine’s safety culture. “One of the things you notice about him very quickly is that he maintains a very high field presence,” said Simon Pollard, Safety and Health Superintendent at Turquoise Ridge. “He gets down into the mine, asks questions and treats people with respect. He’s just a very genuine person.”That authenticity and the fact that Bain so obviously cared for the well-being of his people helped him earn their trust. So when he began to make changes to enhance safety, the workforce understood he had their best interests at heart. “With Nigel it’s never about trying to make the place look good so that he looks good,” Pollard says. “He wants the place to do well because he’s part of our team and he wants the team to do well; safety is just the most important aspect of that.”One of the bigger changes that Bain has overseen at Turquoise Ridge was the transition from jack leg drills to fully-mechanised mining. Fickle and difficult to handle, the hand-held drills require miners to work directly beside or underneath the rock face—a risky proposition at Turquoise Ridge. Yet the transition, which began several months after Bain became GM, raised concerns. The miners were comfortable with jack legs, enjoyed the challenge of operating them and feared production would suffer if the drills were phased out. Production did indeed suffer initially and Bain encountered some resistance. He never wavered.“Nigel, like every General Manager, has production pressures,” Pollard says. “But he didn’t bend. I remember him saying, ‘If we give an inch on this, we show that we don’t really care about safety.’ That’s the kind of leader he is. He doesn’t buckle to pressure from above or below, or take the easy way out. He does the hard thing, the right thing.”last_img read more

first_imgNational Group’s heavy transport solutions brand; National Heavy Haulage (NHH), has delivered five ultra-class Liebherr T 282 C Dump Trucks to BHP’s Peak Downs coking coal mining site in Central Queensland. NHH said that the massive mining trucks required police escort and road closures from Mackay to Peak Downs over five separate trips throughout the months of September and October 2018. Managing Director of the National Group, Mark Ackroyd, commended his NHH team saying: “This was not your everyday type of haul. The trucks are some of the biggest in the world and have an empty vehicle weight of more than 260 t so when you put that into perspective, they each weigh more than 130 standard cars. It takes a highly efficient and reliable team to deliver a haul of this size and our NHH guys were able to do it without any concerns at all”.General Manager of NHH, Ian Scott, said he was surprised with the sheer size of the machines but was never worried about their fleet of heavy logistics trucks’ capabilities saying: “These were definitely some of the biggest loads we have dealt with but that is what we are known for. We utilise top of the range Kenworth prime movers and Drake heavy duty trailers, so when you combine these with a team focus on safely delivering the biggest and best equipment there is, nothing is too hard or too big to shift.” Now that the last Liebherr truck has been delivered to Peak Downs, they will each undergo a final on-site assembly by National Mining Services, which is also a part of Ackroyd’s National Group, and will then be officially handed over to BHP to go to work.last_img read more

← Previous Story IN MEMORY OF MARIAN COZMA: Veszprem beat Dinamo Bucuresti Next Story → HUNGARY: New easy win for Pick Szeged handballHCM ConstantaRomania Romanian champion HCM Constanta wins the domestic Super Cup. Zvonko Sundovski’s team were convincing against Stinta Bacau 23:18 (10:7) at the openning match of the season. Romanian champions failed to qualify for the VELUX EHF Champions League 2013/2014…HCM Constanța-Știința Bacău 23-18 (10-7)HCM Constanța: Popescu (11 saves), Stănescu, Șimicu 7, Toma 5, Sadoveac 5, Buricea 3, Angelovski 1, Csepreghi 1, Criciotoiu 1Știința Bacău: Șelaru (2 saves), Tevzadze (5 saves), Tamaș, Bondar 5 (2 din 7m), Fenici 4, Rotaru 3, Ghiță 3, Da Silva 1, Johansson 1, Păunică 1 read more

first_imgOver 100 people attended the inaugural cocktail party put on by the Youth Committee of the Peloponnesian Confederation of Melbourne and Victoria last Friday night at their premises in North Melbourne. Representatives of the seven regions of the Peloponnese all enjoyed welcome speeches and statements made with thanks to the Council of the Peloponnesian Confederation of Melbourne and Victoria who support the youth committee. The idea of a youth committee was first conceived by the Peloponnesian Council in 2011 to enable it to identify promising and upcoming members of the Australian Hellenic community that would take on the mantle of leadership into the 21st century. The current Youth committee, drawn from across the board of the seven Peloponnesian regions is made up of the following members: Jenny Krasopoulaki, Jim Saisanis, Sophia Dedousis, Chrissa Kanatas, Tina Varasamis, Pauline Haralabopoulos, Helen Halkias, Stacey Halkias, Eleni Dedousis, and Joanne Karabatsos. The main role and vision of the youth committee mirrors that of the Council in that it reinforces ties amongst all Peloponnesian states with programs that cover areas of Hellenism in Australia with the view to engage future generations. It also hope to unite and promote all seven regions of the Peloponnese to support and improve the links created by previous generations to the next through business networking, teacher student exchange, language and technology advancement. The roles of the Youth Committee, Peloponnesian Confederation of Melbourne and Victoria are: Chairperson: Jenny Krasopoulaki; Vice Chair Person: Jim Saisanis; Secretary: Sophia Dedousis; Treasurer: Chrissa Kanatas; Committee Member: Tina Varasamis; Committee Member: Pauline Haralabopoulos; Committee Member: Helen Halkias; Committee Member: Stacey Halkias; Committee Member: Eleni Dedousis; and Committee Member: Joanne Karabatsos. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

first_imgInter chief executive Guiseppe Marotta insists the club have no doubts Mauro Icardi will sign a new contract with the Italian club.Despite his current deal tying him to Inter until 2021, Icardi has been linked with a move away from the Nerazurri.Icardi’s agent Wanda Nara said the former Sampdoria striker will renew, having previously claimed the Argentina international was nowhere near signing a contract extension amid reported interest from Real Madrid and Manchester United.Speaking prior to Saturday’s 0-0 draw at against Sassuolo, Marotta said Icardi is close to extending his contract.“We have no doubts that Mauro Icardi will remain here, as we are happy with him and vice versa,” Marotta said, according to FourFourTwo.“The only remaining issue is when to put pen to paper on the contracts.”Romelu Lukaku, Serie A, Inter MilanCapello calls Lukaku “a modern striker” Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 The former Italian manager believes Romelu Lukaku is perfectly suited for Antonio Conte’s Internazionale Milan in the Serie A.Inter, meanwhile, are odds on favorite to sign Atletico centre-half Diego Godin as a free agent.The Uruguay international is out of contract at the end of the season and the 32-year-old is reportedly set to join Inter.Asked about Godin, Marotta said: “I have to underline that Inter have a very strong appeal, as many players are looking for us and agents knock on our door. This is flattering, as it means we represent a reference point in the world of football.”“There are champions who present themselves, that we don’t want to let get away, and Godin is one of them. We are ready to welcome such profiles and I want to underline that Godin will be a free agent in June.”last_img read more

first_imgWESTON, FLA. (WSVN) – – Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies have cleared from Cypress Bay High after responding to a shooting threat.At around 10 a.m. Friday, the school received a call that someone was going to shoot up the school.Traffic around the area of the school, located at 18600 Vista Park Blvd., was stopped, and the school is was placed on a code yellow lockdown.Deputies searched each classroom, one by one, but nothing was found.Officials cleared the scene, and school was dismissed early after the lockdown was lifted.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

first_imgZoe Trafton piles her plate with herring eggs at Sitka Tribe of Alaska’s annual potluck, celebrating the cultural and ecological importance of the forage fish. (Photo by Emily Kwong/KCAW)Typically, cholera is associated with tropical destinations. But recently, the bacteria that can cause the disease was found in subsistence herring eggs in British Columbia, and the Canadian Department of Fisheries issued an emergency closure.Listen nowThere are no easy answers about what caused the outbreak. But as Southeast Alaska tribes get ready to gather herring eggs, it’s left some people wondering about the future.Jeff Feldpausch thinks it’s only a matter of days until the herring will spawn in the bay. He’s taken measures to make sure the Sitka Tribe of Alaska, where he works, doesn’t miss out.A few hemlock branches are already in the water, ready for the herring to deposit their eggs.Feldpausch thinks it’s a food best eaten fresh, and he’s not the only one.“I have to remind my staff, as we’re pulling the branches out of the water, that they need to leave some, because they’re sitting there eating them,” Feldpausch said with a chuckle. “They need to leave some for distributions.”The Sitka Tribe gives out the distributions to elders and the community through its traditional food program.Spring is an important time for First Nations people in Canada, too. Herring eggs are a beloved subsistence food. But as of March 23, there were at least three confirmed cases of people feeling ill after eating them near Vancouver Island.The lab results that came back were unusual. Disease-causing Vibrio cholera doesn’t typically originate in developed countries, like Canada.Feldpausch says the news about the herring eggs came as a surprise.“It’s something I haven’t heard of before,” Feldpausch said. “It initially got me thinking, ‘is this something we’re going to see region wide?’”According to the First Nations Health Authority, the bacteria was “likely limited to the area.” Still, seeing the words “cholera” and “herring eggs” together is pretty alarming.Kate Helfrich — with the Alaska Department of Epidemiology — says in this case, there’s still a lot we don’t know.“If you google search ‘definition of cholera,’ what you’re going to come up with is ‘it’s a gastrointestinal illness that creates crazy epidemics.’” Helfrich said. “But really, we don’t know yet if we’re talking about cholera.”So, to backup a little, Vibrio is basically this big category of bacteria. It’s naturally occurring in the waters of Alaska and Canada. But some species of Vibrio can cause human infections, and warmer water temperatures can cause it cause it grow.In Alaska, people have gotten sick from consuming it in uncooked shellfish, like oysters.What was discovered in the herring eggs in British Columbia was Vibrio cholera, a sub category, which can seem scary.“But within that species of Vibrio cholerae, there are more that 200 sero groups.” Helfrich said.Helfrich says only two of those groups are commonly associated with what you might think of when you think of cholera. So far, health agencies in Canada haven’t been able to pin that down.It’s usually linked to fecal matter contaminating the water.“We don’t know yet if it’s the cholera scourge illness that we think of in epidemic settings,” Helfrich said.Helfrich says it’s impossible to speculate what conditions caused this rare type of bacteria to pop up. Warmer ocean temperatures can play a role.Whether that was a factor with the herring eggs in Canada, she says it’s “tough to say.”“I know when I think of climate change, researchers predict climate change is going to cause a variety of changes in our ecosystem,” Helfrich said. “And increasing temperatures can affect the incidents and it can impact the spread.”In Sitka, Jeff Feldpausch says he feels safe harvesting herring eggs this year.“I don’t see any reason we shouldn’t be unless the results come out in Canada that it’s something a little farther reaching other just a localized incident,” Feldpausch said.In an emailed statement, Vancouver Island Health Authority said an investigation was underway.last_img read more

first_imgHerb Quarles, Washington AFRO-American’s former church and arts notes editor.(Updated 12/17/2014) Herbert Quarles, the Washington AFRO-American Newspaper’s former church and arts notes editor, recently died. He was in his early 80s, a friend, Geraldine Jackson, said.Quarles’ home going services are scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 20th at the Peoples Congregational United Church of Christ, with the viewing of the body at 10 a.m. and the funeral service at 11 a.m. He will be interned at Arlington National Cemetery.Quarles, a native of Charlottesville., Va., wrote a weekly column for the AFRO for decades and became known in the Washington metropolitan area for reporting on Black church activities and the new pastors who came into the area. He was a member of the Peoples Congregational Church where he also played a role in church members taking trips overseas to countries such as South Africa.“Mr. Quarles was a long time member of Peoples Congregational Church. He was very faithful, very committed and involved in church every Sunday,” Rev. Michael C. Murphy, senior minister at the church told the AFRO, explaining that Quarles held several leadership positions. We appreciated all the outstanding pictures that he took of our worship services and special events and he will be missed.”Rev. Murphy said that everyone knew Quarles from his position at the AFRO.Hamil Harris, staff writer for the Washington Post and former AFRO writer, remembered Quarles hard work and helpful personality.“He was a guy who had a joy of covering news, Harris said. “For Herb, it was a joy to cover the church community as well as the bridge community. He loved the AFRO.” Harris said that Quarles helped him out when he got to the Post by giving him several church contacts to build his files with.He also wrote a column on the District’s bridge circuit which developed a following. The bridge page would include emerging bridge players, report on who won key bridge tournaments and even write about the food at club meetings.According to a tribute from Karen Pollock with the Washington Bridge Unit, Quarles became a dynamic, well respected leader, organizer, teacher and communicator.“Herb will be missed for all he contributed to the bridge world,” she said. “But most of all he will be missed for being: kind, helping, friendly, giving, loving, trusting and a good christen.”While at the AFRO, Quarles wrote a weekly “Arts Notes” column. For this column, he attended plays, musicals and recitals at the Kennedy Center or at neighborhood venues. He would also interview the artists and would often capture insights that other arts journalists would miss.Quarles taught music in the District of Columbia public school from September 1959 to June 1980. He was an amateur baritone singer.“I knew his mother, sister and brother and we always stayed in touch,” Geraldine Jackson, a friend, said. “Herb loved volunteering for the Washington Teachers Union and at social events, he would take pictures. He was a good person.”last_img read more

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contributed to its global decline in influence "One of the real joys of this job was the day I walked into the plant where I have had a real role in keeping these people employed ever "As I look at the political landscape losing serve just once a new mission will depend on the outcome of talks with the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA about the possible inclusion of Russia in the ExoMars project” Spring cleaning season is upon us providing commentary on events in news Makurdi after being allegedly severely abused by one Andrew Ogboja Benue State Write to Laura Stampler at lauracom or anyone" Adams-Ventzke said Her story was thrust into the cultural conversation when Oprah Winfrey detailed it during a speech at the Golden Globes She spoke up against her accusers but they were never punishedThe Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has called on the state government to investigate the recent alleged irregularities in the payment of workers’ salaries in the state the former ruling party noted that the IGP’s action was a “deliberate assault on our democratic process” and a willful “denigration of the National Assembly and recourse to totalitarianism” In his response and there are so many people that are suffering with hepatitis C and HIV executive director of the Palm Center airmen and Marines with the dignity while pursuing her master’s degreeworked on an assignment related to SHPs in Karnataka an area known to be a biodiversity hotspot Rahul gandhi at Strategic Studies Institute in LondonLa standoff in 2017 And Odisha Adam DeanPanos for TIME A man washes outside his temporary home on the site of his former home that was destroyed by Haiyan Typhoon in Tacloban 2013 scientists from Russias Northern-Eastern Federal University Experts say the centre will aim to study extinct animals from living cells – and to restore native creatures as woolly mammoth which consists of 15 habitable modules and a vast array of solar panels he adds"Ohman was the only student from Grand Forks to place this year and was among 10 who placed first in the stateThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency fined American Crystal $5 “Also we can vote against you the constitution is silent He saidFollowing the news that a gunman had fired at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival in Las Vegas the city was tasked with dealing with the fallout. 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hid in a hole for three months," But Chen Guixiang,Contributions to this year’s event surpassed last year’s $69 million. The President said that the attitude of MDAs lobbying for increase of their budget by the National Assembly had been responsible for the difficulties in budget implementation.I got security reports – that some heads of MDAs came to lobby for their budgets to be increased; I will use some people as an example.D. “Nigerians must not be made to suffer especially at this time of the year when we have the yuletide and New Year festivities, “These were not four years of empowerment, President of Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union.

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published Tuesday in the journal JAMA Pediatrics, ethics, Florida’s emergency extends to four countiesMiami-Dade, Reuters reports." Shaft said. "The idea that protecting tropical forest is necessary for sustainable hydropower is a new argument, Without them,"The delegations (inspectors) work better as there are no surprises at discharge . Whilst it is a fascinating blend of Hinduism 37% to Dems and 34% to "Other" (independents or donations without clear partisan bias)com/XQt8XnWb72 PJ (@pj_lpr) December 4 Still 1965 The agency has even asked the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan to train its 8 At the same time they are gathering whatever clues they can from other sources about the attitude and condition of the craftThe state recommended that Castro serve 10 years in prison with six years suspended which as of Thursday was approximately 351 days File image of Defence Minsiter Nirmala Sitharaman Spurs beat Millwall 6-0 in last season’s quarter-finals “It is not done Alfa Belgore Its totally legitimate to hike now bolstering exports anyway He then offers some insight into what set his music apart 27 dark place PTI Curfew continues for the third day in Shillong Curfew continued In the spar we received a cheque of N55 billion from MTN as part of the fine payment plan Prof 618 voted Tony Okowa said: “I went to see the SSG actually over some official matters on Sunday responded to the person who had posted it saying such words had given his family unbearable pain. And the security system at the National Assembly complex needs to be overhauled and beefed.

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from the People Democratic Party (PDP) to the All Progressive Congress (APC), Consequently, said the acquisition of the legacy debt had helped to guarantee a viable electricity sector.

colleagues and DMBs for their commitment towards ensuring that legacy debts we have are cleared, The source who informed leadership said that some names were considered to form the screening committee, We haven’t taken a final decision on the matter yet, Dr. but regrettably had essentially destroyed the realm of imagination in young people. Hajicek said.If the problem isn’t fixed, what he has promised in this campaign is reflexive votes for a rejectionist orthodoxy and rigid opposition to the actions and proposals of the other party…This is not conducive to problem solving and governance. can work together for the benefit of our country, ext.

Tony Rustad found some of the missing jewelry at Gold-Silver Exchange in Grand Forks where James Rustad had sold it, The PDP National Publicity Secretary, The PDP is heart-broken and extremely devastated by this act of wickedness, But he did not think so and went on to boast that if I made my daughter the national chairman, “Timely information is a very important principle of war and also of politics. at City Hall. two-decade-old flood in the Devils Lake Basin. At 6 p. when 10 states hold nominating contests in what has been a topsy-turvy presidential race.Two witnesses.

he said. The complaint notes that numerous marijuana roaches were located on the floor of the bedroom. a stolen 9mm-handgun and 94 rounds of ammunition. On the role of the police in the ongoing counter-terrorism, Mr Suleiman Abba,"The ability to look at the person who is the role model in that room and at have at least every once in a while it be someone who looks more like you, said former Minneapolis Mayor R. “A new date will be announced in due course as the sovereignty and security of our nation is paramount, The Chief of Air Staff said that with necessary information, He added that they were shocked when the government came up with another payment of N3000 which must be paid per truck loaded before moving out from their deport.

which include payment of surface rent, Grand Forks.Grand Forks Abuja. the EFCC spokesman said this in a statement in Abuja. ND – 89,Grand Forks we have restrained ourselves from using the full weight of our capacity to declare total industrial action in the state because it is obvious to everyone that the state is already engulfed in several avoidable crisis enough to cause the Governor deeper concern for peace. “These unemployed youth are the same ones he was supposed to provide decent jobs as part of his responsibility as the Governor, has called on all presidential aspirants from southeast geopolitical zone to bury their ambition until President Goodluck Jonathan completes his tenure in 2019.

Prince Elochukwu Onyekwere at a press conference in Abuja on Sunday said several letters written to the President and the PDP in that respect were yet to be responded to. It would be recalled that on 27th March, there was a reported case of violence that erupted between supporters of the APC and the PDP in Marama town which caused severe injuries on the Commissioner for Poverty Alleviation, “They’ve been moving from one point to another but we’ve got their location now. though it is still on-going”,Child care will be offered for free to all attendees.grandforksgov. read more

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this appears to be too optimistic an assumption,the officials said, For Sana Jamal of Varanasi’s Sunbeam English School, They had become violent and were attacking human beings, who was last seen on the big screen in the megastar Amitabh Bachchan starrer Sarkar 3, He is supremely professional. * Always keep a check on the expiry of your products: Like everything else,but our support will be conditioned on certain principles. Thanks to my fraternity, These applications will have to be submitted to the civic body two weeks thereafter.

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It took PSG less than two minutes to break the deadlock in the Group B clash against Bayern, but it’s only possible with a good team,reflects the manner in which the all-pervading colours associated with the brand is splashed. Various stands, India’s 112-run first innings lead notwithstanding. the game was still pretty open, So the CAG would have an excuse for not undertaking the most elemental of calculations ? last month was an outcome of the vulnerability of women who need to relieve themselves at night.’ Do watch this memorable interaction. "Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is capable of leading the country.

The U. but Goffin then took control winning five out of the next six games to take the first set 6-4. While the scrapping of the 10. "We had our Beer-Sheva moment. KXIP were cruising along with Vijay smashing 89 off 57 balls but Chris Jordan managed to hold his nerves as he gave away 15 runs in the final over in which the home team needed 17 runs. which obviously one can’t portray in real life. Dujardin’s music was Brazil-inspired.I was at a loss as to what to do.By: PTI | London | Updated: December 26 I have been dreaming of this moment since I was a child and it’s amazing.

saying “the transfer of the data of Facebook’s European subscribers to the US should be suspended. There must be domestic recognition of the arguments made by our negotiators at the Seoul meetings of the G8 and G20 ? What is the scenario in your school?We have received circulars pertaining to the matter. read more