(Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaking at the United Nations Thursday. Photo: Catherine McKenna)The Canadian PressUNITED NATIONS, N.Y. _ Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used a speech to the United Nations on Thursday to probe a source of national shame: the historic struggles of Canada’s Indigenous peoples.He spoke of forced migration and forced family separation in residential schools, which he said left a devastating legacy on reserves to this day.He said Canada came to exist without the consent and participation of the Indigenous populations who had lived there for millenniums.“For indigenous peoples in Canada, the experience was mostly one of humiliation, neglect and abuse,” he said.It was the major theme of his address, which did not gloss over the country’s failures and even referred to the international condemnation they have drawn.But he also looked ahead to at a series of solutions: better infrastructure on reserves, better housing, signing of the UN Declaration on Indigenous Peoples and a dismantling of the old Indian Affairs department.“Canada remains a work in progress,” he said. “For all the mistakes we’ve made, we remain hopeful.”Trudeau used these examples to bolster his main point here at the UN this week: that Canada is ready to take on complex challenges, at home and abroad, and deserves a seat on the Security Council.The rest of the speech focused on climate change, international trade rules aimed at helping workers and his controversial tax reform which he cited as an example of his middle-class-friendly policies.Trudeau drew applause when he promised to keep supporting the international climate-change treaty.“There is no country on the planet that can walk away from the challenge and reality of climate change.” he said.He also promised to stick to his efforts to empower women and girls.The prime minister’s reference to his tax plans drew a Twitter rebuke from Conservative MP Garnett Genuis:“Unbelievable. Trudeau praising his terrible small business tax grab during UN speech. Save that for home at the very least.”Contact APTN National News here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Geneva – The prestigious Crans Montana Forum has chosen the Moroccan city of Dakhla as the host of its 9th annual session on March 4-6, 2015 under the theme “Africa and South-South Cooperation South”.The Forum “has chosen the city of Dakhla for its 2015 annual session”, a special meeting intended to be “an opportunity to promote peace and dialogue”, Jean-Paul Carteron, president of the Forum told MAP.Dakhla “is a model for the future of Morocco and Africa and has an outstanding strategic position as a economic and commercial hub”, he added. The forum, which will be held under the high patronage of HM King Mohammed VI, will bring together heads of states and governments, ministers, MPs and businesses from all over the world, but more particularly from Africa, the Arab world, central Asia and south America, according to the Forum’s website.
A second Public Open House for the Brock University Campus Plan Update is being held Monday, Dec. 7.The 2015 Campus Plan is a significant milestone in the University’s evolution and input is important. This Open House will give you an opportunity to learn more about the planning process, review the draft Campus Plan and provide feedback.Drop by anytime on Monday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Market Hall. Members of the consultant team will be on hand to answer questions and receive feedback.
Other issues which have arisen in recent years are a crackdown on media freedom and a weakening of the power of the military.What does he say? He says that he respects all Turks and is a “servant” of the people. He might also point out that he has been re-elected in three landslide elections and that he has overseen a period of economic growth and expansion in Turkey – the economy grew by 5 per cent a year on average between 2002 and 2012 – and continued the steps to allow Turkey to join the European Union.He say the protests have been stirred up by opposition parties and extremists who are trying to force their will on the majority who backs him. As if to underline that he is not too fussed by the whole affair he has gone ahead with a four-day tour of North African and dismissed Twitter – which activists have been using to spread news and information about the protests – as a “menace”.Yet, the people are not happy…No, certainly not all of them. From what we have seen most of the protesters are urban, secular Turks frustrated by these latest attempts to tear-up already limited green space in Istanbul but also the increasing Islamisation of Turkey.Protesters are also angry at authorities heavy crack down with water cannons and tear gas used. Turkey’s Human Rights Foundation says that more than a thousand protesters have been subjected to “ill-treatment and torture” by police in recent days.Could the protesters not rally behind some sort of political movement?This is not as easy as it might be in other democracies. Novelist Elif Shafak writes on The Guardian that Turkey lacks “a solid, sophisticated opposition party” with the main Republic People’s party “visibly melting”.One possible political alternative could lie in the intervention of the current president Abdullah Gul (below), a former ally of Erdogan who was prime minister for a year before ceding power to Erodgan in 2003. In what is perceived by the BBC to be a widening gulf between the two, Gul said this week: “Democracy does not mean elections alone.”Erdogan is attempting to implement a US-style system of governance where the president hold powers – it is currently a ceremonial role – and could yet run against Gul in next year’s elections.If that were the case the people out on the streets at the moment are unlikely to cast their vote for Erdogan and could rally behind Gul.Cards on the table then, is a revolution in the offing?Most likely not. One must not confuse the protest of the urban, secular classes with widespread discontent with Erdogan. Though unpopular among many he retains the support of conservatives and those who lean right in the country. Many have taken issue with the vandalism and destruction caused by protesters in their anger at police mistreatment.A so-called silent majority continues to back Erdogan who is tipped to run for the presidency next year – his term as prime minister is limited – and he himself has pointed out that ultimately a ‘Turkish Spring’ already exists in the country.“We already have a spring in Turkey,” he is quoted by Associated Press as saying earlier this week referring to the country’s elections which are recognised as being free and fair.Pics: Associated PressRead: Two dead in government crackdown as Turkish union calls two-day strikeRead: Turkish PM maintains hard stance as protests enter fourth day FOR THE PAST five days Turkey has been gripped by protests and now all-out strike by public sector workers amid growing discontent with prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.The protests have grown from initial unhappiness with a plan to redevelop an urban park in Istanbul to a wider protest against what some see as the increasing desecularisation of Turkey by the current regime.TheJournal.ie looks at the reasons for the current protests, the background and what’s likely to happen in the coming days and months.So, what’s going on in Turkey?Two people are dead and public sector workers are on strike as there have now been five days of protests and clashes with police and security services in the main cities of Istanbul and Ankara. Unrest has also broken out in dozens of towns and cities across the country.How did all this start?Last week demonstrators camped out in Istanbul’s Taksim Square protesting against plans to rip up trees in nearby Gezi Park and redevelop the area. The protesters claimed that the plans to rebuild an old Ottoman era military barracks and develop a new shopping mall or museum were going ahead without debate about how to use one of the last remaining public parks in a city that has seen rapid growth in recent years.Last Friday, the protesters were cleared in a pre-dawn raid that was notable for the reported heavy-handedness of security services who are said to have set fire to tents and showered protesters with pepper spray and tear gas. Unrest quickly spread to other cities across the country in response to the violent clashes.This can’t have just been about a park? No, the protests represent what is seen as growing discontent among some Turks with the regime of Erdogan and his Justice and Development Party (AKP) which has been in power for eleven years now. Erdogan is viewed as an authoritarian figure trying to exert his Islamic beliefs and those of his party on Turkish law and society.For example, the government recently passed measures to limit the sale of alcohol between 10pm and 6am and banned all alcohol advertising and promotion with shops and bars prevented from opening within 100 metres of schools and mosques.Not unreasonable, what’s the big deal?Taken on its own, it’s probably not – but it is an affront to many Turks who believe that their country, a republic, is a secular democracy. Although the majority of Turkish citizens are Muslims the country has a tradition of secularism dating back to its first president Kemal Ataturk who transformed the former Ottoman empire into a modern, secular state on which modern-day Turkey was built.And Erdogan has been undermining these traditions?Yes in the eyes of some. Along with the alcohol restrictions we’ve already mentioned Erdogan (below) is suspected of chipping away at the ideals of Kemalism, as it is known, by playing an increasing role in individual Turks’ lives.Some have hit out at him opposing Ceasarean births, telling women to have at least three children, advising TV characters how to behave and, bizarrely, declaring that the “era of white bread is over,” and that Turks should eat whole grain instead, according to a recent New York Times piece.
A US JUDGE has rejected an application from film director Roman Polanski, who had sought assurances that he wouldn’t be jailed upon his return to the country.Polanski fled the US in 1978, after he was accused of drugging and raping a 13-year-old girl at the house of film star Jack Nicholson in 1977.At the time, he admitted statutory rape after the more serious charges were dropped, and spent 42 days in jail before being released on bail pending his trial.Convinced a judge would scrap a plea deal that would have seen his jail time limited, the director of Chinatown and The Pianist left the US and has not returned since.His lawyer Harland Braun told Los Angeles Superior Court the 83-year-old filmmaker, who lives in Paris, had “already done his time” and wanted to resolve the case with a finding that he has completed his sentence.He asked Judge Scott Gordon to order prosecutors to give some indication of how much time – if any – they want Polanski to serve if he returns.“The people have unambiguously stated their desire to avoid discussing any substantive issues regarding Polanski’s case until he is physically present in the court’s jurisdiction,” Gordon wrote in a 13-page ruling.The district attorney is acting well within her discretion to decline to state a position to defendant absent from court and in warrant status.The district attorney’s office had objected to what they say amounted to an “advance preview” of Polanski’s potential sentence.“The people simply do not believe that it is in the best interests of justice to give a wealthy celebrity different treatment from any other fugitive from justice,” Deputy District Attorney Michele Hanisee said.Hanisee wrote in a filing to the court that Polanski “wants answers – but will only show up if he likes the answers.”“He forfeited his right to make requests of the court when he fled,” she added.Braun had claimed that documents from the late-1970s showed that a plea deal was agreed between Polanski, the district attorney and the judge which would have seen him serve a limited time in jail.The director has been locked in a decades-long extradition battle with US authorities. In 2009, he was arrested in Switzerland and spent 10 months under house arrest before the extradition order was rejected.With reporting from AFP – © – AFP 2017Read: Roman Polanski wants assurances he won’t serve jail time as he plots return to USRead: Roman Polanski withdraws from ‘French Oscars’ after backlash over his child rape case By Sean Murray Share18 Tweet Email Apr 4th 2017, 7:19 AM 7,346 Views Short URL Judge refuses to say if Roman Polanski will serve jail time as he plots return to US Polanski “wants answers – and will only show up if he likes the answers,” the district attorney said. Image: Vim/ABACA/PA Images Tuesday 4 Apr 2017, 7:19 AM 18 Comments Image: Vim/ABACA/PA Images http://jrnl.ie/3322819 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Gardaí say drink driving cases ‘struck out’ due to lack of clarity over use of handcuffs Gardaí are calling on the Commissioner to provide clear protocols on the detention of drink drivers. By Michelle Hennessy 22,952 Views Apr 30th 2019, 6:15 AM No Comments RANK-AND-FILE gardaí are calling for the Commissioner to provide clarity around the use of handcuffs to detain suspected drink drivers after the collapse of a number of court cases. John Joe O’Connell, who represents Garda Representative Association (GRA) members in the Kildare division, said gardaí in these situations may be dealing with a person who is intoxicated or “quite agitated” and there are safety issues, both for the person who is arrested and the gardaí involved.“With each individual arrest a member of An Garda Síochána makes, they have to be assessed – do they fit the criteria to have handcuffs placed on them? We’re just looking for protocols and instruction from the Commissioner and clarity on that,” he said.“The use of handcuffs is a use of force and everything has to be proportionate, but there have been cases around the country whereby drink driving matters have been struck out of the courts over issues which surround the detention of people and the use of handcuffs on them or not.”O’Connell was speaking ahead of the GRA’s annual delegate conference which starts this morning in Killarney, Co Kerry. One of the motions on the conference’s agenda calls for the association to demand clear protocols from management on this issue.“This motion is looking for clarity and direction and instruction from the Commissioner on this simple matter. It’s very disappointing that cases of a serious nature – drink driving – would be struck out in relation to the use of handcuffs so we’re looking for clarity from the Commissioner on that.”The GRA represents 11,500 rank-and-file members of An Garda Síochána. Association President Jim Mulligan yesterday told reporters that the conference will be calling on garda management to extend armed support across the country.He said the GRA is not “calling for the arming of the Irish police force”, but is asking that consistent back-up be available from trained specialist units.“The ASU [Armed Support Units] do a very fine job, they are very highly skilled, but we don’t believe there are enough of them.”He also said he is concerned that unarmed gardaí would have to confront dangerous gangs responsible for the recent ATM robberies at night with no immediate armed support. Image: Eamonn Farrell/RollingNews.ie Short URL Image: Eamonn Farrell/RollingNews.ie Tuesday 30 Apr 2019, 6:15 AM Share Tweet Email1 https://jrnl.ie/4611465 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini has dismissed reports that he was concerned about his starting line ups getting leaked in advance.According to reports on Friday, Pellegrini was vexed by a Twitter account that has correctly predicted West Ham starting line ups for months.“First of all, it is not true – it is a lie. I am not angry about that.” Pellegrini told Sky Sports.“Not aware (of it) because normally, in every team I manage before, the day before the game I work with set-pieces.“So, all the players know the day before – who will play, who will not play.“So many players can talk with other players. I am not keeping the starting 11 until three or four hours before the game.Report: Rice is committed to West Ham not a United move George Patchias – September 4, 2019 Declan Rice is committed to his West Ham contract and not a move to Manchester United.In an interview reported by football.london, Rice opens up…“There are a lot of reasons why some people can know the team.”Asked if he knew who was responsible for the tweets, Pellegrini added: “I don’t have any idea.“I am not worried about that, I am only worried about trying to win three points.“If you play against Chelsea, against Watford, against Liverpool, you are sure it will be the same starting XI (from those teams).“I don’t hide too much about the starting XI.”
Load More RelatedPosts Osaka approves Yumeshima site for commercial development in latest IR move Suncity Group looking to develop new resort hotel in Okinawa, Japan after US$10 million land purchase Japan’s experience in the regulation and utilization of cryptocurrencies and willingness to embrace new technologies could provide it with a significant competitive advantage against regional peers when their use becomes more widespread, including within the region’s casinos and integrated resorts.The issue of proper utilization of cryptocurrencies was highlighted during a panel session titled “Spotlight on blockchain and crypto regulation in Asia” during iGaming Asia Congress at Studio City, Macau on Wednesday. Suncity Group, Bloomberry Resorts unveil Wakayama IR visions While many nations remain unsure how to proceed when it comes to the regulation of cryptocurrency, Japan’s Financial Services Agency has been issuing licenses to cryptocurrency exchanges for more than a year now with 16 exchanges currently licensed. That’s despite the high profile Mt Gox case which saw 850,000 bitcoins worth around US$450 million at the time stolen from the Tokyo-based exchange in 2014.“Japan is heading in a very, very good direction right now,” said panelist Bryan Wu, Co-Founder of Bitwork Asia, who noted there remains a “big population acceptance” of crypturrency in Japan despite Mt Gox and other scandals.Such broad acceptance could be key to the broader use of cryptocurrencies as a payment method in Japan’s IRs.For Jose Alvares, founding partner of CA Lawyers, this experience “shows something very interesting – that Japan is willing to learn from their mistakes. When you invest in new ventures, when you are developing new ventures, you’re bound to make mistakes, you’re bound to suffer losses but they’re willing to go beyond to really promote this new idea.”Alvares also called for further regulation in the sector.“I do believe we need some [more widespread] regulation,” he said. “What Japan is doing is bringing the stability components of blockchain into cryptocurrencies and that allows it to develop the markets.“If you are willing to take risks you will reap the rewards.”
With the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District facing an expected $3 million — or more — hole in its budget next year, it’s turning to the public for ideas.The district is facing some difficult budget decisions for next fiscal year and needs your help to make them.Twenty-two schools across the district hosted budget meetings Thursday evening, to share information about the district’s financial situation and request input on what should be done to cover the more than-$3 million shortfall expected in next year’s budget.“We want as much input as we can get so that we can make good decisions for our kids,” Superintendent Sean Dusek said. He and Dave Jones, assistant superintendent of Instructional Support, gave on overview of the district’s expenditures and revenues, and how the former is outpacing the latter.The district gets the majority — about 64 percent — of its general fund operating money from the state. That amount was cut last year and looks like it will at least remain decreased this year, if not be cut further.“We know, based upon what’s coming out of Juneau from the governor, the Legislature, that the fiscal climate is actually getting worse,” Dusek said. “We are anticipating some additional reductions from the state. We hope not, but the situation is not good from Juneau.”The Kenai Peninsula Borough contributes about 35 percent, which equated to about $48 million in this year’s budget. About 36 percent of the borough’s contribution is from property taxes, and 64 percent, from sales taxes.“So that’s why in the summer when I go to the grocery store and have to stand in line behind a bunch of tourists and a bunch of dip-netters from Anchorage, I just smile and say, ‘Hey, thanks for coming,’” Jones said. “Because that’s where a lot of that money comes from, and I appreciate that.”Where does that money go? Most of it, 81 percent, is spent on salary and benefits — in other words, teachers, administrators, support staff and other personnel. The remaining 19 percent covers everything else — utilities, travel, supplies, technology, curriculum materials, and so on.That’s the first area of the budget to be looked at when reductions need to be made, but can only be cut so much.“When we look at utilities, it’s really not easy to say that, ‘Well, everybody’s going to cut their budget 10 percent,’ because we really can’t say, ‘OK, we’re not going to heat on Fridays,’” Jones said.When big numbers need to be achieved, they have to come from the 81 percent of the budget that covers personnel. The district’s challenge is how to make those cuts in a way that impacts students the least.The district cut $1.2 million from its budget two years ago, including 10.5 full-time equivalent positions, and another $1.4 million last year, with 9.5 positions being cut. Last year, the school board decided to cover a $3.4 million gap by dipping into its general fund balance. But there isn’t enough cushion in this reserve account to keep plugging holes of this size, especially if the governor and Legislature decide to cut education further this year.“The board’s made a decision that we aren’t going to use all of our fund balance all at once, so we’ve done a combination of reductions in our budget and also the use of fund balance,” Dusek said.That’s where the public comes in. Thursday’s presentation was an early step in the district’s budget process. The school board would like input from the public on where and how it should cut to address whatever the shortfall ends up being when the Legislature is said and done.“And that’s what the task is tonight, is to ask the questions, to offer input on prioritizing on what our expenditures should be,” Dusek said.The district wants the public to speak up to legislators, as well, in support of education funding.“People need to step up and talk to the legislators, talk to the assembly and talk to other community members,” Dusek said. We believe that Alaska’s children should be the number-one priority. We believe that this district is a good investment. We believe public education, in general, is a good investment of public dollars.”Parents and community members can submit their ideas to their school’s site councils. That information will be compiled and provided to the school board.
In this photograph taken on 10 May 2018, an NGO worker (L) talks with a Muslim cleric and other members of the congregation about preparations for the upcoming monsoon season in Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia. Photo: AFPMajhi Nurul Islam, a Rohingya refugee sheltered in Kutupalong camp block D, finds solace in taking Iftar during the month of Ramadan, commenting that it helps them forget the horrors they had faced back in their homelands.Their pre-Iftar ritual consists of congregating for prayers, seeking their salvation, blessings for their loved ones and the ones who died during the carnage, often leading many to tears.Most of the Iftar items are provided for the refugees in individual boxes by various local and international NGOs. Given the Rohingyas do not have much to do for the entire day, they keep themselves busy with prayers.The refugee rehabilitation and relief commissioner Abul Kalam said that barring 500 Hindu Rohingyas, the remaining 1.1 million refugees are Muslims, for whom the agencies are providing adequate food items in boxes for both Iftar and Sehri.Although they prefer to break their fast with their family around them, many gather round in an open space outdoors and break their fast over there.Majhi Lalu Miah, another refugee from Kutupalong camp, said that they do not find any shortage of stocks during the month of Ramadan.But he observed that many like him feel uncomfortable having to spend the month of Ramadan in such displaced conditions.“It is better to spend Ramadan here than in Myanmar,” he pointed out.
Miniature retro consoles are all the rage these days. Thanks to the NES and SNES Classic Edition consoles, many companies are hopping aboard the mini retro train. It therefore makes sense someone would eventually miniaturize the biggest gaming machines of all: arcade cabinets. My Arcade, who create retro gaming devices, has teamed up with Data East to produce tiny arcade units featuring the latter’s classic titles. I recently had the chance to try out two of the latest units and put them through the proverbial paces. Are the Micro Player Arcade cabinets worth the $34.99 asking price? Read on to find out.I was sent two units for this review. One for Heavy Barrel, and another for Caveman Ninja (Joe & Mac). The boxes each machine comes in look gorgeous. The front and sides have transparent plastic, which allows you to see the tiny arcade cabinets. On the right-hand side, you can read about the game’s history. The back of the box tells you about the cabinet’s features. The left-hand side has a larger window; giving you a better look at the machine. Adorning each box are pictures featured on the original arcade units. It’s understandable if you wish to keep the tiny arcade machine in its box since the whole thing looks so slick. However, the real fun happens once you take the machine for a spin.The arcade cabinets are 6 inches tall and have a 2-inch screen. Adorning each cabinet is the actual art from the original arcade machines. Despite the size, the graphics really pop on both devices. The screen comes covered with an overlay of the game. You need to peel this off to play. Both machines have reset and start buttons on the dashboard, along with two bigger buttons for playing the game. If you wish, you can remove the small joystick and play using the d-pad. Personally, I preferred using the joystick (I’ll get into why shortly). I really love the way the arcade cabinets look sitting on my desk. It’s like My Arcade took a shrink-ray to the original cabinets and started selling them. If that isn’t awesome, then I don’t know what is.To power the cabinet, you need four AA alkaline batteries which go into the back of the unit. You can also power the device via a mini USB cable connection just below where you insert the batteries. You’ll have to provide your own batteries or USB cable since the machines do not come with those. Directly below the joystick and buttons is the device’s power button. Simply pressing it turns the machine on or off. The fun part is that this is the area where one would insert coins into the arcade machine. I appreciate how the two coin slots light up when the device is on. It gives it that authentic arcade feel.The game sounds come out of a small speaker right above where the batteries go. Right above that is a headphone jack. This is a good option for those who want privacy and who desire better sound quality. There are volume buttons on either side of the headphone jack. Both of the games sound decent, though they aren’t in stereo. This is typical of old-school titles, but it’s something one should know, especially if they’re big audiophiles.Despite the tininess of the controls, they are surprisingly easy to play with. Thanks to the two rubber pads on the bottom of the unit, the machine stays in place while you play. I used the bottom of my thumb to control the joystick. I would also sometimes move it by “pinching” the joystick with my thumb and index finger. You can carry the machine with both hands since it doesn’t weigh much. Though I found playing on my desk more comfortable, playing the unit as if it were a handheld is a viable option. As mentioned above, you can remove the joystick and use the d-pad instead. Controlling games like this works well enough, but it’s better suited for when you’re holding the unit with both hands. I personally gravitated toward using the joystick since it feels more arcade authentic and easier to control.Both Caveman Ninja and Heavy Barrel looked great on the unit’s 2-inch screen. Neither has the scanlines of arcade games, nor is there an option to enable that visual filter. Still, the titles looked true to their arcade counterparts and were easy to read despite being so small. I’ll don’t have much experience with either Heavy Barrel or Caveman Ninja, but the emulation software each game runs on gets the job done. I’m sure old-school fans of the games can spot any differences between these and the originals. To my eyes, they were pretty perfect representations.I don’t have any complaints related to the machines’ design or function. In fact, I think they’re rather fantastic. The only critique I can think of is that $34.99 is a tad steep for just a single game. Yes, I realize you’re paying for the entire package. At the end of the day, however, you’re still spending 35 bones for an old game. With that said, I’m sure the price isn’t an issue for those who want to have one of these cool-looking units on their desk or shelf. You could certainly spend $35 on something that isn’t nearly as bad-ass.Though I’m not a fan of the price of these Mini Players, I love what they represent. If this keeps retro gaming in the public’s mind, then I say keep ‘em coming! Hopefully, companies like Capcom, Konami, and more will decide to team up with My Arcade and release some of their classic arcade titles. If this isn’t already in the works, then I say it’s time to make that happen.For more information, please check out My Arcade‘s website. Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.
Tags: Sunwing Posted by Travelweek Group Sunwing invites clients to ‘Extend Your Summer’ with brand new sale Share TORONTO — Sunwing wants to make it easy for clients looking for a last-minute summer escape, with a new sale offering up to 50% off Sunwing vacation packages to many of the tour operator’s top resorts across the Caribbean, Mexico and Central America.The sale runs until Aug. 17 and includes convenient weekend departures from airports coast to coast including Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City, Edmonton, Vancouver and Calgary.Included in the ‘Extend Your Summer Sale’ is Vista Sol Punta Cana resort in the D.R. Set in tropical gardens, the laid-back resort boasts an upscale spa, three pools and a range of included activities such as kayaking, snorkelling and boogie boarding. There’s also plenty of evening entertainment.Another Sunwing favourite resort, Viva Wyndham Azteca in Riviera Maya, offers an array of activities including the Viva Fit program that features yoga, volleyball, soccer, windsurfing, trapeze and even rock climbing. Guests can walk to Playa del Carmen’s 5th Avenue from the resort to enjoy the shops and entertainment, and get even more out of their stay with exchange privileges at neighbouring resort, Viva Wyndham Maya.More news: Le Boat has EBBs along with its new 2020 brochureIn Jamaica, vacationers can enjoy free and unlimited access to the thrilling water park at Sunscape Splash Montego Bay, which features a full-size pirate ship and fort, a lazy river and 250-foot waterslides. << Previous PostNext Post >> Monday, August 13, 2018
Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories What a honor to meet one of the greatest to ever do it on and off the pitch. We are blessed to have you here in the valley. Looking forward to supporting the club this season! pic.twitter.com/MpVQTPnfoj— Larry Fitzgerald (@LarryFitzgerald) April 9, 2018 3 Comments Share Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling What do the two have in common beyond wearing the No. 11 on the back of their jerseys and playing for Valley teams?Not a whole lot other than a lot of respect in their respective sports and then some.One is from the Ivory Coast, another from Minnesota. One has played for eight different teams as a professional, another just one.Drogba, the Ivory Coast’s all-time leading scorer best known for his career with Chelsea FC, has six years on the 34-year-old Fitzgerald, the 11-time Pro Bowler.But they’re both bringing a sense of community to Phoenix’s sports scene. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Name a better duo of No. 11s. We’ll wait.During the Phoenix Suns’ game against the Golden State Warriors on Sunday night, Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald greeted Phoenix Rising FC star Didier Drogba courtside.Legendary No. 11 on the pitch meets legendary No. 11 on the gridiron.@didierdrogba x @LarryFitzgerald #RisingAsOne | #AllAZ pic.twitter.com/k83tjpEGY8— Phoenix Rising FC (@PHXRisingFC) April 9, 2018 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo
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custody claiming he was involved in a deadly accident after he decided to escape after being caught for stealing The Command in a statement said “On March 14 2015 the police went with him (Chibuike) with a view to recovering the exhibit but on getting to the scene the suspect took to his heels In the process he ran into a moving Toyota Camry with registration number FUG 93 JD (EDO) driven by one Obamedo Omoregie The vehicle dragged the suspect from Central Road to 1st East Circular Road along Sapele Road before it came to a halt The suspect sustained bruises on his body he was immediately rushed to UBTH with the assistance of some Good Samaritans where he eventually died The driver of the car has been arrested for causing the death of the suspect while the car is impounded and the photograph is hereby attached” Chibuike ‘s father has however described the Police claims as false “I don’t believe that he died in an accident As a suspect in police custody he must have been handcuffed and 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