APTN National NewsA family from the Peguis First Nation in Manitoba says they’ve had to move out of their brand new modular home because it’s already falling apart and causing illness.The family has been displaced since massive flooding hit the province in 2011 and they now live in a camper.APTN’s Shaneen Robinson has this story.
Brock’s Sustainability Science and Society graduate program will present a talk next week by political science professor Tim Heinmiller, “Ideology and Water Politics in Southern Alberta.”The public talk takes place Thursday, Oct. 2, at 2 p.m. in Plaza 408. All are welcome.Heinmiller, who is also a member of the Brock’s Environmental Sustainability Research Centre, is an expert in environmental politics and public policy and administration.
Ohio State head coach Chris Holtmann puts his hands out in the first half of the game against Indiana on Feb. 10. Ohio State won 55-52. Credit: Casey Cascaldo | Managing Editor for MultimediaOhio State received the second commitment of its 2020 recruiting class Sunday when Zed Key announced his intention to play for the Buckeyes on Twitter.The three-star prospect is rated the No. 5 player in his home state of New York, and the No. 158 overall recruit in his class, per 247Sports.Key, a 6-foot-7 power forward, joins four-star shooting guard Eugene Brown in Ohio State’s 2020 class. Brown committed to Ohio State on Monday.Outside of Ohio State, Key received offers from Buffalo, Cincinnati, Duquesne and Charlotte.The addition of Key lands Ohio State at the No. 24 recruiting class in the country, per 247Sports.The Ohio State University %100 Committed @MovingPictureny@OhioStateHoops @NYJayhawks @LuHiBasketball @KeyPlayerNation @Dloading @thekidet pic.twitter.com/Yaby5EjKrM— Zed Key (@ZedBasketball14) September 22, 2019
Updated 11.45pmTHE REMAINS FOUND in the Dublin Mountains over the weekend are those of missing woman Elaine O’Hara.The body discovered by a walker on Saturday has been formally identified as the 36-year-old who was reported missing on 22 August 2012.Her family had last seen her in Dublin on that Wednesday evening. Her car was later found at Shanganagh Cemetery, where her mother is buried.The cause of death has not been revealed and investigations continue. Gardaí in Blackrock say they are investigating all the circumstances of the discovery and have renewed their appeal for anyone who may have seen Elaine between when she was last seen at Ballinclea Heights, Killiney and when her body was discovered on the 13 September 2013 at Kilakee Mountain, Rathfarnham to contact them.Initial speculation that the remains could belong to one of the women whose disappearances are being investigated by Operation Trace was ruled out by gardaí.First published at 4pmRead: Human remains found in Dublin MountainsMore: Renewed appeal for missing Elaine O’Hara
ASA President Ray Gaesser poses (far right) with the 2014 Dupont Young Leaders, and Andre Trepanier (far left), DuPont Pioneer Sr. Manager Soybean Product Marketing & Intellectual Property in San Antonio, Texas.The 30th anniversary class of the ASA DuPont Young Leaders completed their training, Feb. 25 – 28, 2014. The training took place in conjunction with the annual Commodity Classic in San Antonio, Texas.“The DuPont Young Leader Program has helped ASA source and train upcoming leaders for 30 years,” said ASA President Ray Gaesser. “This year’s class of women and men is exceptional. We know agriculture is in good hands and are grateful for Pioneer DuPont for their commitment to the soybean industry.”While in San Antonio, Young Leaders participated in leadership and marketing training, issues updates and discussion and were recognized at ASA’s annual awards banquet.“We’re proud of the heritage of the ASA DuPont Young Leader Program,” said Randy Wanke, Sr. Manager Industry Relations at Pioneer. “The program has a profound impact on not only the soybean industry but all of agriculture. Former DuPont Young leaders are currently serving in leadership roles throughout the industry and we have no doubt that you’ll be seeing the members of this year’s class assuming leadership roles in the near future.”For more information about the ASA DuPont Young Leader Program click here. Applications for the class of 2015 will be available soon.
The City Council Meeting that was scheduled for tonight, October 3, 2011, has been cancelled due to the lack of a quorum. All regular business will be continued to October 17, 2011. There will be a special budget workshop on October 10, 2011 at 7:00 pm.Direct any questions to the Clerk-Treasurer’s office at (360)225-8281.
KEY WEST, FLA. (WSVN) – For some ingenious boaters in the Florida Keys, duct tape made the difference between victory and defeat.The annual Schooner Wharf Minimal Regatta hit the waves in Key West, Sunday.Hundreds came out to watch participants as they attempted to navigate a course in makeshift boats — built with only a little wood and duct tape.The boaters competed for various awards, including “fastest ship” and “best paint job.”Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
(WSVN) – Drivers who illegally pass a school bus when its stop lights are flashing will lose their license for three months, according to a new law on the books in the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island.CBC News reports the Prince Edward Island legislature passed the law in response to a number of incidents of children getting hit or nearly getting hit while getting on and off school buses.Failure to stop for a school bus now means the driver will get 12 points on their license, and have it suspended for three months. Offenders will also have to pay a $5,000 fine.In order to get their licenses reinstated, drivers must meet with highway safety officials, pay a $100 reinstatement fee, and take a defensive driving course within six months of getting their license back.If the driver gets any more points on their license within a year of the initial offense, their license will once again be suspended.The law goes into effect Saturday, December 8th. According to CBC News, the province’s increased fines are the highest in the country.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Ian Sherr gives the HP Reverb a spin in San Francisco. James Martin/CNET Virtual reality headsets are going through a hardware evolution, slowly, with eye tracking, wireless connections, wider fields of view and higher resolutions.Companies are also catering their VR headsets to enterprise over consumer more now than they were a few years ago, when Oculus Rift and Vive were trying to win home crowds. The HP Reverb is a case in point: The first new Windows VR headset in years is going for professionals more than everyday consumers, with a $600 price tag and a focus on comfort and higher definition. An enterprise-targeted version of the HP Reverb will cost slightly more, at $649.The HP Reverb arrives in late April. I tried one on and experienced a series of demos to see how it compared to the extremely impressive (and expensive) Varjo VR-1, which I demoed earlier this year. But, keep in mind the Varjo VR-1 costs $6,000: the Reverb is one tenth the price.The HP Reverb’s size is Oculus Rift-like. James Martin/CNET How high-res is high-res?Compared to the current highest-res mainstream VR headsets (the HTC Vive Pro and Samsung Odyssey), the HP Reverb looks crisper. I tried one on right after wearing Samsung Odyssey, and it felt like an optician had adjusted my vision a notch better. That being said, I could still see pixels. Standing at a fixed point in a virtual room and trying to read text on a virtual Windows screen on the wall, it was a better experience with HP Reverb, but not as good as looking at a big, 4K monitor.The HP Reverb has 2,160×2,160 resolution per eye and a 114 degree field of view, both of which beat out other mainstream headsets (the Vive Pro is 1,440×1,600 per eye with a 110 degree field of view). HP’s headset uses 2.89-inch LCD displays over OLED to improve pixel density, and a new squircle-shaped field of view and asymmetrical Fresnel lenses to make the viewing area wider at the sides, and smaller between the eyes where viewing area overlaps.In terms of “pixels per degree,” or pixel density, the HP Reverb display is about 24 to 25 pixels per degree, versus 14 to 15 pixels per degree on the Vive Pro or Samsung Odyssey. In comparison, the Microsoft HoloLens 2 is 47 pixels per degree (with a considerably smaller field of view), and the Varjo VR-1 gets to over 60 pixels per degree at the center of its display.I tried several experiences: wandering around Microsoft’s virtual cliff house VR loft lobby, playing with SteamVR’s The Lab game and getting up close to virtual dragons and frogs, selecting surgical tools in a medical training program, and exploring a CAD design of a WeWork office, where I took a close peek at the texture of virtual pillows.It all looked pretty sharp, but it didn’t cross the “retina quality” threshold. I was more wowed by the Varjo VR-1, which had a pixel-free, perfect center resolution… but the Varjo headset also costs about $6,000. The HP Reverb does have other advantages, including a larger field of view, and the entire field is higher-res, while Varjo’s headset is lower res (about 15 pixels per degree) at the periphery. The HP Reverb uses Microsoft’s wireless VR controllers and similar self-contained in-headset tracking as previous hardware. James Martin/CNET One thing this headset lacks is eye tracking. The HP Reverb doesn’t have internal cameras to notice eye movement and gaze, something HTC is adding to the upcoming Vive Pro Eye, and which Varjo includes in its high-end headset. HP’s representatives had no comment on when an eye tracking version might appear.For now, HP is trying to get to the next VR stepping stone without driving up price too much on the Reverb… or its size. The headset feels more compact and a bit lighter than pro-targeted headsets I’ve worn (1.1 pounds, compared to the HTC Vive Pro’s 1.22 pounds), and about the same feel as the Oculus Rift headset (1.04 pounds). And it fit over my glasses fine.The Reverb is a Windows VR headset, and uses the same wireless controllers that existing Windows VR headsets use. Inside-out tracking contained in the headset doesn’t require room sensors, but it’s still tethered. The ability to link right into Windows 10 means it can also work with Steam-compatible VR games, too.The HP Reverb has its own built-in headphones, plus a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack, and has Bluetooth in-headset to allow controllers to wirelessly pair with it instead of the PC. The consumer version comes with a machine-washable foam face piece, while the enterprise model has a faster-to-wipe-clean leather face piece. Game Developers Conference Game Developers Conference 0 Apr 30 • Facebook’s new Oculus Rift S vs. Oculus Quest: Which VR headset is for you? 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For years agency reports have listed Shaktoolik as eroding with immediate need for relocation. But without government funding, little action has been taken and erosion has progressed. Now the people of Shaktoolik are taking matters into their own hands and building a coastal berm to protect their community.Listen now:The beginning of the Shaktoolik coastal berm. Photo: Anna Rose MacArthur.for years agency reports have listed Shaktoolik as eroding with immediate need for relocation. But without government funding, little action has been taken and erosion has progressed. Now the people of Shaktoolik are taking matters into their own hands and building a coastal berm to protect their community.A four-foot high pile of driftwood lines the coast of Shaktoolik. It stretches one mile from the first house to the dump. The barrier is the city’s first step in building a coastal berm, and it is the community’s first defense for fall storm surges.Harvey Sookikyak is one of the crew members constructing the berm. “If we try and wait for any kind of federal money, then it’s going to take more than a while to get this thing started,” he said, explaining the reason for the project. “So we decided it’s time for us to do something on our own.”Coordinating the project is Eugene Asicksik. He’s the Mayor of Shaktoolik and the Vice Chair of the Shaktoolik Native Corporation. “There has been a number of agencies that have come up with plans but there’s been no money to actually start,” Asickik said. Those plans include evacuation roads, evacuation centers, and even relocation.Over the years, Asicksik said a parade of government and private agencies have landed in the community to assess the erosion. He says they investigate, write a report, and leave.Two examples are in 2008 the state’s Immediate Action Workgroup released a report classifying Shaktoolik as one of eight communities in Alaska “in greatest peril due to climate change.” In 2009 the federal Government Accountability Office listed Shaktoolik as one of four Alaska communities “likely need[ing] to move all at once and as soon as possible” from continued flooding and erosion.“But again there is no money,” Asickik repeated. “That’s where we’ve taken initiative upon ourselves.”That initiative is building a coastal berm. Over the past two years the community has saved and raised money to build it: $120,000 from the Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation in community development funds and $500,000 from NSEDC in an outside entity grant.Asicksik said they are going to work until the money runs out— about three months. The funds will pay for labor, equipment, and fuel. It will not pay for an engineer.Instead, Shaktoolik is basing the berm’s design off a blueprint from the Department of Transportation. The DOT had intended to construct a vegetated berm in Shaktoolik as an experiment for other eroding communities. Shaktoolik lifted that design, just without the vegetation.“The money doesn’t allow it,” Asicksik said.DOT coastal engineers Harvey Smith and Ruth Carter drafted the design and support the community’s efforts.“They’re kind of taking our idea and making it happen in a bigger way than what we could do with our little grant,” Ruth Carter said when asked about the community’s self-engineering.The berm will consist of a driftwood pile, embedded with gravel, backed by a gravel mound. The materials come from the Shaktoolik coast.Though the community is paying to construct the berm, if the barrier gets damaged, the state or FEMA—the Federal Emergency Management Agency—might be responsible for repairing it.Jeremy Zidek is the Public Information Officer for the Alaska Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management and explained, “This berm, if it was owned by the city, it was properly engineered and maintained as a protective measure for the community, it can be eligible under public assistance program.”The berm’s construction is in its second week. To date, the workers have piled the driftwood and finished cutting a road to begin hauling the gravel.Gesturing to the berm’s beginning, Asicksik said, “Yes, we could just sit here and see what happens. But I can’t. I personally can’t. So in a way we are taking our own fate.”Asicksik said he does not know how long the berm will last. At best, he says the barrier will prevent a surge from cresting into the community. If anything, he said, it will buy the community time— time to remain in Shaktoolik or just time to escape the storm.
Listen “While I don’t agree with the search, it’s happening. And that is a reflection of some people’s communities wanting that to happen,” said Board President Rhonda Skillern-Jones. “So we will go forward and do that with fidelity. But I also feel the people who feel she is doing a good job were not served well today.”Jones said that next the board has to hash out what the search will look like with the firm, including details on a timeline. When the consultants were used previously, they conducted community listening sessions and the search lasted about five months.At a special meeting Thursday night, several parents urged the board to be transparent.“A promise has been made to all the people in (the Houston Independent School District) that you will be searching and looking for a superintendent. That means there should be an active process in which we do that,” said Mindy Wilson.Trustee Wanda Adams unsuccessfully tried to award the interim superintendent, Grenita Lathan, a one year contract while the search is ongoing.Adams said it was needed given the upcoming Texas legislative session and the need for “stability” in the district. Since she was tapped as interim, Lathan has overseen a difficult budget season and the turnaround of several long struggling schools. To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Share 00:00 /00:49 Laura Isensee/Houston Public MediaAt a special meeting Thursday night, board members were mixed, but ultimately decided to conduct a national search for a new superintendent.It’s been six months since the last superintendent Richard Carranza left abruptly. Now the same firm that found him — Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates — will conduct a new national search. Because Carranza only lasted 18 months on the job before he left for New York City schools, there’ll be no search fee, just costs for incidentals like travel.Some trustees wanted to give the district’s interim superintendent, Grenita Lathan, a one-year contract until September 2019, while that search is ongoing. That measure was postponed indefinitely. X
Alina Kendzior won the B-final of the 100 backstroke with a time of 52.48. Elise Haan defended her gold from a year ago with the win, going 51.43. With 766 points, the Cardinals trail only NC State (886) and Virginia 867. The rest of the field lines up with Notre Dame (624.5), Duke (570.5), Florida State (490), UNC (487.5), Virginia Tech (333), Pitt (237), Georgia Tech (209), Miami 184.5 and Boston College 124. Mallory Comerford defended as 200 freestyle champion, winning gold in 1:41.60 and setting a meet record. She was the only swimmer to hit the wall in under 50 seconds at the halfway point, and left the field in her wake to win by more than three seconds. Also in that event for the Cardinals, Arina Openysheva was into the wall sixth in the 200 freestyle in the A final. Cardinal freshman Diana Dunn was eighth in the B-final with a time of 1:49.27. In the 100 breast, Louisville’s Kaylee Wheeler touched sixth in the 100 breaststroke A-final with a time of 59.88, which was an invited time from a year ago. Teammate Mariia Astashkina was into the wall 7th with a time of 1:00.12, for a B-cut. Morgan Friesen was eighth in the A-final, posting a 1:00.46. Avery Braunecker finished fourth in the C-final with a time of 1:01.60, shaving a bit off her prelim time. NC State’s Hansson got the win with a time of 57.74. In the A-Final of the 400 IM, Sophie Cattermole touched sixth with a time of 4:10.63. Maria Sumida got to the wall second in the B-final with a swim of 4:11.21. In the C-final, Cardinal Carley Lowe boarded a 4:19.95 . NC State’s Kathleen Moore touched first in 4:05.24 just ahead of Makayla Sargent (4:06.19), followed by freshman Emma Muzzy (4:06.89) to make it a Wolfpack sweep. “This is my favorite event and I wanted to get this for my team. I love to race and compete with my team and keep pushing to get better and elevate my swims,” said Comerford. The University of Louisville made three podiums highlighted by Mallory Comerford’s gold medal performance in the 200 freestyle in Friday night’s finals at the 2019 ACC Swimming and Diving Championships at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. Story Links Grace Oglesby won silver in the 100 butterfly with a 51.02 for an NCAA A-cut. In the B-final, Cardinal Alena Kraus went 53.57 in the 100 butterfly for sixth place just ahead of teammate Nastja Govejsek, who went 53.72 for seventh. Virginia’s Morgan Hill notched her second win second win of the meet, just touching out Oglesby by one one-hundredths of a second for the gold medal. In the final event of the evening, the Cardinals 400 medley relay, Alina Kendzior (52.55) Kaylee Wheeler (59.29), Grace Oglesby (50.70) and Mallory Comerford (46.53) joined forces to put up a 3:29.02. NC State won the event in 3:27.81. Molly Fears finished eighth in the platform diving finals, posting a. score of 202.70. The event was won by NC States Madeline Kline’s 271.60 points. 2019 Women’s ACC Friday Finals Results The final day of racing on Saturday will feature the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breaststroke, 200 fly, 1M Diving, Men’s Platform diving, the 1650 freestyle.Standings:1. NC State 8862. Virginia 8673. Louisville 7664. Notre Dame 624.55. Duke 570.56. Florida State 4907. UNC 487.58. Virginia Tech 3339. Pitt 23710. Georgia Tech 20911. Miami 184.512. Boston College 124 Print Friendly Version
In the 2000 film Gladiator, as he stood defiantly in the Coliseum of Rome, a general turned slave named Maximus, portrayed by Russell Crowe, declared, “I will have my vengeance in this life or the next.” At the end of the film, Maximus lay dead in the dirt, but nonetheless that doesn’t prevent a next life for Gladiator, with Deadline Hollywood reporting that director Ridley Scott is developing a sequel to the film. It seems fairly certain Maximus will not return, but with Hollywood one can never be sure.Russell Crowe facing off against tiger in a scene from the film Gladiator (2000). Photo by Universal/Getty ImagesAccording to Deadline, “While he has been eyeing other projects that include a coming of age Merlin movie at Disney, Ridley Scott has begun forward progress on a sequel to Gladiator, the 2000 film which garnered 11 Oscar nominations and five wins including Best Picture and Best Actor for Russell Crowe.”The Hunger Games screenwriter Peter Craig will develop the script, reported several media outlets.The Emperor of Rome Commodus (Joaquin Phoenix) questions the loyalty of his sister Lucilla (Connie Nielsen) in Dreamworks Pictures’ and Universal Pictures’ Epic Gladiator, directed by Ridley Scott. Photo By Getty ImagesReportedly the sequel will follow the story of Lucius, who was a child in the original film, the son of Lucilla (Connie Nielsen), the sister of Emperor Commodus (Joaquin Phoenix) and lover of Maximus. Lucius idolized Maximus in the first film.Maximus is a fictional character, but Lucilla and Commodus are real people who lived in the 2nd century AD.She conspired against her despised brother, which was also a plot development in Gladiator, but in reality her coup attempt failed and she was executed. Lucius, her son, died young.Pollice Verso (Thumbs Down) by Jean-Léon Gérôme, the 19th century painting that inspired Ridley Scott to tackle the project.Developing a sequel to Gladiator has been discussed for years. The problem is, Russell Crowe was considered central to the original’s success.In an interview several years ago quoted in The Sun, Ridley Scott said of Maximus, “I know how to bring him back. I was having this talk with the studio — ‘but he’s dead.’ There is a way of bringing him back. Whether it will happen, I don’t know.”Russell Crowe (seen here in 2012) received critical praise for his performance in ‘Gladiator’ and won the Academy Award for Best Actor. Photo by Eva Rinaldi CC BY-SA 2.0Crowe, in a different interview, said, “On the set of Gladiator I built up a relationship with [Scott] that would last forever. Ridley did a job that was both epic and magical.”The actor has also said that Maximus was one of his favorite characters.Before Scott and Crowe worked together on Gladiator, the director was best known for Alien, Blade Runner, and Thelma and Louise. He has said in interviews he wanted to make an epic that rose above the “Swords and Sandals” cliches.Ridley Scott on the set of Blade Runner. Photo by Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty ImagesThe part was offered to Mel Gibson, but he turned it down because he thought he was too old to do it justice.Crowe, born in New Zealand and later a resident of Australia, had already appeared in several successful films, but Gladiator was a high point to date, with his Oscar win.Afterward, he starred in A Beautiful Mind, The Insider, Master and Commander, Robin Hood, Noah, and Les Miserables.Despite all the praise Crowe has showered on Scott, reports agree that the two fought on the set of Gladiator, with Crowe repeatedly complaining about the dialogue and pressuring for changes.Russell Crowe on the set of movie Gladiator, being filmed at Bourne Wood. Photo by Ken Goff/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty ImagesIn a scene early in the film, when Maximus is asked about his home, he describes it movingly. That dialogue was written by Crowe.The acting of Joaquin Phoenix as the evil young Emperor Commodus also won praise, as did that of two veterans of film: Oliver Reed as Proximo and Richard Harris as Marcus Aurelius. Reed, an alcoholic, died before the film was finished and a body double and CGI were employed to complete his key part. Richard Harris died in 2002.Gladiator was a box office smash, earning $460 million. It also kicked off more interest in films and books on the ancient world. The films Troy, 300, and Alexander were believed to have gotten the green light because of “the Gladiator effect,” as did the TV series Spartacus.Read another story from us: Roman Gladiators – 6 Surprising Insights You May Not Have KnownAnother important factor in the success of Gladiator was the soundtrack by Hans Zimmer. It is one of the best-selling scores of all time.
From the print editionThe Valle del Sol Golf Course opens its bird-friendly green to competitors of all ages this weekend for one of its longest running golf traditions. The Valle del Sol Cup has been held since 2002, and organizers say each year the competition, prizes and camaraderie only get better.Located in Pozos de Santa Ana, west of San José, the Valle del Sol community features tennis and golf facilities and academies. The golf course is home to hundreds of birds, and has been Audubon-certified as a wildlife sanctuary. This weekend’s golf tournament has five categories: professionals, champions, amateurs A, amateurs B and ladies. Awards include six months of golf course usage, plane tickets to the United States and various golf accessories.“This cup is special because it is a very select group of competitors with a variety of skill levels,” said Christian Morera, golf director at Valle del Sol. The roster for the tournament is already full, but the public is welcome to attend, Morera said.Leonardo Pinto is general manager with Habitasul Group, real estate agency for the Valle del Sol community. He said this golf cup is steeped in tradition and participants take the competition very seriously. “This is one of the most awaited tournaments in the country,” Pinto said. “And this July’s weather has the golf course at its best.”Friday evening, a cocktail will be held for participants and the golfing commences at 7 a.m. Saturday. The awards ceremony is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Sunday. In the evenings, the Cuban band Chocolate will be performing. Bridgestone, United Airlines and The Tico Times are some of the many Valle del Sol Cup sponsors. Look for The Tico Times booth, where copies of the paper and subscriptions will be on sale. Facebook Comments No related posts.
New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Prison officials had placed Denmark-born El-Hussein, who has Palestinian parents, on a list of inmates they considered at risk of Islamic radicalization, but the intelligence agency said the information it had received gave it no reason to believe the 22-year-old had been planning any attacks.El-Hussein, who had been in prison on a stabbing conviction, was killed in a shootout with a SWAT team early Feb. 15 in central Copenhagen.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Top Stories Justice Minister Mette Frederiksen, who released the government report Wednesday, declined to comment on Madsen’s resignation and said she was generally pleased with the Danish police and the agency although there were some “criticisms in the report.”On Feb. 14, Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein gunned down a Danish film maker at a free speech event at a cultural center attended by Swedish artist Lars Vilks and several hours later fatally shot a Jewish guard outside Copenhagen’s main synagogue. Five officers were also wounded in the attacks.Ahead of the event, the police agency had gauged that Vilks was not in any immediate danger. The artist, who has received numerous threats for depicting the Prophet Muhammad in cartoons, was likely the main target of the attack.Frederiksen described the agency and the police as “well-prepared and well-organized,” noting that it had identified the shooter within 12 hours of the first attack, but pointed out that officers weren’t posted outside the synagogue until nearly four hours after that attack.“That is too long,” she said. “It is obviously not satisfactory. It cannot be explained.” 4 must play golf courses in Arizona Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Sponsored Stories COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — The head of Denmark’s intelligence agency announced his resignation on Wednesday, hours before a government report was released criticizing some parts of the police response to the two fatal shooting attacks in Copenhagen in February.Jens Madsen, who had been chief of the Danish Security and Intelligence Service since January 2014, said his tenure had been difficult. “It’s no secret that it is a very demanding position,” he said in a statement. The vital role family plays in society Comments Share Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: D.M Past and present members of The Walshe Group, select industry colleagues and clients gathered in Sydney last night to celebrate a decade of leadership in Australia by Managing Director Jacqui Walshe.“The anniversary presents an opportunity to acknowledge and thank those who have contributed to the company’s success including past and present employees,” Ms Walshe said.“Despite the challenges, it has been a very positive experience, and thank you for being part of my 10 years.”In his keynote speech, Swiss International Air Lines, General Manager AU & NZ, Anil Rodricks acknowledged the mixture of guests present said, “Tonight represents part of our philosophy of still being a family run business”.Mr Rodricks added that though there are a number of achievements during Ms Walshe’s tenure; specific milestones included post September 2001 recovery, moving the company beyond the region into Asia and responding to economic trends by becoming a Public entity.“Post 9/11 period, the airline industry was going through profound change and how the airlines were represented in marketplace. We evolved as being a specialist of what we are now, through the partnerships we developed with our principles,” Mr Rodricks said.South African Airways, Head of Australasia, Thevan Krishna said since the airline joined the Group in 2002, its growth has been contributed largely due to Ms Walshe’s leadership and commitment. “On behalf of the SAA team in Australia, I would like to congratulate Jacqui on her achievements over this period and together with my team wish her all of the very best in celebrating 10 years in Australia,” Mr Krishna said.Initially started as a family-run business in New Zealand 30 years ago, The Walshe Group is now considered to be one of Australia’s leading GSA’s and continues to evolve with the addition of new partners, with Ms Walshe confirming tenders are waiting to be decided upon.Gary Hilt, GM, New Horizons, Jacqui Walshe, MD, The Walshe Group, Thevan Krishna, Head of Australasia, South African AirwaysJacqui Walshe and Anil Rodricks, Swiss International Air LinesSonia Holt, Jacqui Walshe, Estela Alvear and Nhung Truong from The Walshe GroupMr & Mrs Rodricks, Rob Gurr, Marketing Manager, South African TourismJason Tarabo, Eurostar Account Manager Australia, Irmgard Goetjes-Pedersen, SAS, Thevan Krishna, SAAMona Tannous, Sultanate of Oman Tourism, Caroline Brunel & Donna Campbell, Tourism Ireland
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