BOSTON – That ordinary bottle of juice delivered to your doorstep will set you back at least $55. But the bag of marijuana that comes with it? On the house.Retail marijuana stores are months away from opening in Massachusetts, but some companies have been quietly operating for more than a year, selling and delivering marijuana via a legal loophole that exists in nearly every state that has legalized recreational marijuana use.Companies like HighSpeed, which describes itself as a juice delivery service, are exploiting so-called “gifting” provisions that allow for the exchange of small amounts of the drug, so long as it’s given away — “gifted” — from one adult to another.The legal language makes it permissible to pass a joint at a party or drop a bud in your brother’s Christmas stocking, but some entrepreneurs see it as an opportunity to get ahead of the regulated market, planting an early stake in what could become a crowded and lucrative industry.In places where legal pot shops exist, gifting operations undercut the licensed retailers, because they don’t face the same oversight or pay marijuana sales taxes. And they complicate things in places like Vermont, Maine and Washington, D.C., which have legalized pot but have no firm plans to open regulated storefronts.“Under any fair reading of the law, these businesses are illegal,” said Roger Katz, a Republican state senator in Maine who is studying the issue. “If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, it is a duck.”At least four enterprises have done gifting business in Massachusetts since marijuana was legalized in December 2016, two of them in the Boston area, The Associated Press found in an investigation that included records gathered from law enforcement agencies around the state.In addition to HighSpeed, a Boston-area company cleverly called Duuber has drivers delivering marijuana-themed T-shirts that come with gifts of pot.Officials in western Massachusetts also looked into a Craigslist ad offering plastic sandwich bags costing up to $325 apiece (the marijuana in them was free) but dropped the case after they couldn’t identify the seller.In Springfield, officials ordered a smoke shop called Mary Jane Makes Your Heart Sing to shut down last March after it gave marijuana to customers who paid a $25 to $50 admission fee.That hasn’t scared HighSpeed, which also operates in D.C.“We’ve had no issues with law enforcement, and we’re going to do our best to keep it that way,” said founder David Umeh. “We’re not doing anything wrong. We’re abiding by the current legislation until it changes.”Gifting provisions are on the books in Massachusetts and all but one of the other states that have legalized marijuana: Alaska, California, Colorado, Maine, Nevada, Oregon and Washington state, plus D.C. Most instituted the measure specifically as part of new marijuana laws.Vermont does not have a provision, but local experts and activists argue the exchanges will be permitted there, too, since they’re not expressly banned.Some states have tried to stem abuse of the laws by prohibiting businesses from advertising marijuana giveaways or specifically banning “delayed or disguised” payments for marijuana gifts, said Leo Beletsky, a law professor at Northeastern University in Boston.But businesses simply find ways to obscure what they’re doing, he said, and then rely largely on word of mouth to make sales. Clued-in customers can infer how much pot they’re ordering judging by the price and size of the items accompanying it, but for the most part, they’re at the mercy of the seller.In the case of HighSpeed, there is no mention of marijuana on its website. The company sells drinks priced from $55 to $150, depending on whether the beverage comes with “Love” or “Lots of Love.”The AP recently put in a $60 order for “Raspberry Roxbury” with “Love” and received a bottle of Tazo juice along with about an eighth of an ounce of marijuana.Duuber also doesn’t explicitly spell out its marijuana “gift” on its website. But when the AP ordered a $100 product listed as “Luxury Tshirt – Citrus – small,” the brown paper bag delivered by a driver contained a white T-shirt with the company’s name in black over an image of a marijuana leaf — and a clear plastic bag of marijuana labeled “1/4 Ruthless OG.”The opening of retail shops in states with marijuana laws should eventually make most gifting operations obsolete, said Morgan Fox, spokesman for the D.C.-based Marijuana Policy Project.“People want quality control-tested products,” he said. “The sooner that happens, the sooner this sort of thing disappears.”But in Colorado, where pot shops opened in 2014, gifting businesses are still hatching creative ways to skirt the law, said Detective Kerry Linfoot of the Colorado Springs Police Department. The department shut down 14 gifting businesses last year.U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to rescind an Obama-era policy that called for non-interference with legal state marijuana operations could also help bolster gifting and other underground operations, Beletsky said.“If the feds somehow came down on state regulators or licensed retail operations,” he said, “that could provide a convenient opening for these grey-market operators to scale up what they’re already doing.”___Follow Philip Marcelo at twitter.com/philmarcelo. His work can be found at https://www.apnews.com/search/philip_marcelo.
These allocations have been provided for the construction of the bridge cum causeway across sea between Kayts and Karainagar, construction of boats and jetties, seaweed farming, renovation of roads, livelihood income generation opportunities and several other projects. A discussion on the development work carried out in the Northern Province was held with the participation of the Minister of Prison Reforms, Rehabilitation, Resettlement and Hindu Religious Affairs D.M Swaminathan.The discussion was also attended by Parliamentarians Douglas Devananda, E. Saravanapavan, Sivasakthy Ananthan, Kader Masthan, S. Shritharan and Charles Nirmalanathan representing the Northern Province, the Ministry of Prison Reforms, Rehabilitation, Resettlement and Hindu Religious Affairs said today. In 2016 a further allocation of 8,292 million rupees has been given by the Ministry to construct 10,365 houses in the Northern Province, and several other war affected districts such as Batticaloa, Puttalam, Trincomalee, Polonnaruwa and Anuradhapura.The minister also discussed about the preparation of the action plan for the development projects that have to be implemented in the Northern Province in 2017. He said that providing electricity, housing, livelihood assistance and water management facilities will be prioritised when preparing the action plan for 2017. (Colombo Gazette) Minister Swaminathan speaking at the discussion stated that 435.58 million rupees out of a total of 574 million rupees have been released so far by the Ministry as allocations for high impact projects in the Jaffna district for 2016.
The 2003 CNN World Report Conference named “East Timor: Birth of a Nation” as the “Best Political Story” of 2002. Producer Michele Zaccheo competed against many other CNN contributors worldwide to win the prize, which was awarded in Atlanta, Georgia. “This award is a great recognition for us. It is not just an award for the quality TV that the UN can produce, if adequately supported. It is also an important nod to all the people who make the UN work to achieve its aims – often against terrific odds – in places like East Timor,” said Mr. Zaccheo, a producer of the award-winning “United Nations in Action” series. The series consists of short news-style television reports on current affairs that are produced weekly in five official United Nations languages, and are intended for thematic programming slots. The theme for this year’s Conference was “Perspectives: The Challenges of Reporting in a Changing Environment.” Delegates representing more than 55 countries attended the 2003 meeting to exchange ideas, methods and journalistic techniques. The UN TV Features Section has participated in many contests worldwide, and has been a successful nominee at many of them. Most recently, “United Nations in Action” received a Best Science and Technology Award at the twelfth Annual CNN World Report Conference for Mongolia and the E-world, an original report on the growth of information technology in that Central Asian country.
Quick — which NBA player is most integral to his team’s offense? Which player shoulders the biggest offensive burden? And to what degree are those questions even equivalent?Statistically, such concerns fall under the umbrella of “usage rate,” a term that colloquially describes an entire class of metrics tasked with quantifying the size of a player’s offensive role. Usage is one of the most accessible concepts in basketball analytics — rock-simple in its purview and relatable to anyone who’s ever played with a shameless ball hog or been a terrified freshman playing hot potato. In statsier circles, usage is a staple of player analysis, in part because it remains relatively constant amid a player’s shifting contexts and roles. At a glance, usage says more about how a player plays than most other basic basketball metrics.One small problem: Nobody seems to agree about what exactly usage rate is, or should be, or how it is calculated. Many analytics-minded observers don’t even know there are different, competing versions of the statistic in popular use, much less that each variant has its own philosophy about what it means to “use” a possession. For a term so common to the modern hoops lexicon, that’s more than a little strange. So let’s have ourselves a little history lesson and learn much more than you ever wanted to know about usage rate, in all its permutations.Usage through the yearsLike many concepts in basketball analytics, usage rate can be traced back to Dean Oliver and John Hollinger, still probably the field’s two most influential figures. The notion that too much (or too little) offense could flow through an individual player is as old as the game itself, but it’s hard to find anyone formally putting a number on the phenomenon before the early-to-mid-2000s, when Hollinger published his inaugural “Pro Basketball Prospectus” and Oliver wrote the seminal “Basketball On Paper.” In fact, the thought of listing a player’s rate of possession-usage at all — let alone as something other than a purely negative indicator — was alien to many of the early hoops number-crunchers.To understand why, it’s useful to look back at the primordial era of basketball metrics. NBA statheads cribbed many of their early concepts from baseball’s sabermetric movement — which effectively had a 25-year head start — including a tunnel-visioned focus on maximizing efficiency. Such a fixation makes sense in baseball, where a player’s susceptibility to making outs is unambiguously negative — you get 27 of them each game, to be guarded vigilantly — and you can draw a straight line between a player’s individual efficiency and his effect on the team. Hence the reasoning, as applied to basketball: If possessions, like outs, are the sport’s fundamental unit of opportunity, why would we celebrate a player’s propensity for using them up?Basketball is more complicated than baseball, however. Possessions alternate between teams, so at least one player must always have a hand in “using” each of them. More importantly, teammates do not take turns with their opportunities like hitters going through a batting order: Any individual player is free to use as many (or as few) of the team’s possessions as he wants. This provides a lot of complex ways for an individual to help the team beyond his own personal efficiency statistics.One of Oliver and Hollinger’s key insights was that the frequency with which a player generates offense — as proxied by usage rate — is a consideration that should always accompany (and temper) his efficiency metrics. “Some guys … are great shooters and passers, and rarely turn the ball over,” Hollinger wrote, introducing usage in the 2002 edition of his “Prospectus,” predicting the wars he’d fight over Carl Landry half a decade later. “If that’s the case, why don’t people regard them as superstars? The reason is that they cannot create their own shot as often as some other players can.” Usage rate was born out of the effort to quantify said ability to create.Hollinger’s original conception of usage, which can still be found at ESPN.com today, was a relatively simple pace-adjusted rate of shots, assists and turnovers per 40 minutes. Oliver’s, while rooted in the same basic tenets, went to a far more complex place, accounting for the additional possession-extending nature of offensive rebounds and even parceling out fractional credit to the scorer and passer on an assisted basket. But at their most elemental, both attempt to individually account for all the actions that can spell an end to any team possession: made baskets, misses that aren’t rebounded by the offense, free throws and turnovers.Neither Oliver’s nor Hollinger’s interpretation of usage, however, is the preferred version of 2015’s stathead. (At least, not according to this unscientific Twitter poll I conducted Tuesday.) Among the respondents who actually recognized differences between various flavors of usage, nearly twice as many said they use the Basketball-Reference.com (BBR) version as Hollinger’s. (Oliver’s version isn’t widely available online, except for college players.)As the stats are used today, there isn’t much separating the three. Mention that a player’s usage rate or usage percentage is in the high-20s to low-30s and you call to mind a ball-dominant focal point of an offense; drop down an octave, into the low-to-mid-20s, and you instead have a player who creates a good deal of offense but doesn’t dribble the leather off the ball. Whichever version you prefer, usage is in common enough usage that it serves as shorthand for offensive hierarchy.In most every practical application, breaking one or the other down to its atomic particles and recompiling them into the competing version will be pointless; you already get the idea. Still, it remains worthwhile to understand the differences, such as they are, and how those differences inform what it is you’re looking it. Why? Because BBR’s usage metric doesn’t include assists.Confusion reignsFull disclosure: I used to work for Sports-Reference, the company that runs BBR, so I’m close to the situation. And now, a scene from my former life running the company blog at a time when BBR founder Justin Kubatko and I staged nerd fights about this (and other statistical barnacles):ME: “Why do we use Hollinger’s definition of usage instead of Dean Oliver’s?”JUSTIN: “That’s not Hollinger’s. That’s mine.”ME: “It’s not what he uses at ESPN? I thought it was the same definition.”JUSTIN: “No. His multiplies assists by a third.”ME: “I see. But I guess the question still stands.”JUSTIN: “Mine is basically percentage of team plays used. What the heck is his actually measuring?”ME: “It’s trying to measure possessions, and failing. But Oliver’s formula gives us real possessions.”JUSTIN: “They’re not real, either! They’re estimates — better than Hollinger’s, but estimates.”ME: “I’m confused. This is Hollinger’s fault.”For most players, this distinction is largely irrelevant; among qualified players1Minimum 400 minutes. this season, the correlation between BBR usage and Oliver’s more full-bodied formula is 0.98. But for certain types of players, it can matter: It’s the difference, for instance, between claiming that DeMarcus Cousins carries the league’s biggest offensive burden (as he does under BBR’s formula) and giving the distinction to Russell Westbrook (No. 1, according to Oliver and Hollinger). One measures pure scoring affinity; the others factor in ballhandling responsibility while still strictly accounting for the player(s) who served as the conduit for every possession’s end.Neither approach is perfect. Playmaking is obviously a massive part of “creating” offense, and cutting it out entirely isn’t ideal. But just stapling assists onto a scoring metric misses huge chunks of what you’re trying to capture. Plus, heavy ballhandlers tend to have higher turnover rates than would be predicted from how often they end possessions, which suggests that even a completist accounting method such as Oliver’s is missing some fundamental aspect of how passers create shots for others.So with the advent of player-tracking data from SportVU, Seth Partnow of NylonCalculus.com set out to detect the invisible. He developed a statistic called True Usage, which incorporates “assist chances” (so-called “hockey assists,” plus passes that would have been scored as assists if the shot had been made) into the usage mix. The resulting leaderboard is decidedly skewed toward point guards and other primary ballhandlers, like LeBron James. If we’re truly interested in measuring a player’s offensive burden, that probably makes for a more accurate usage framework.The problem, of course, is that the old-hat usage figures are now entrenched in not only the analytic lexicon, but also the updating leaderboards on big industry portals like Basketball-Reference and ESPN. It’s hard to change hearts and minds without first winning over the APIs.From one stat to manyThen again, maybe the entire concept of a one-number “usage rate” has outlived its usefulness, particularly in an age of hyper-detailed SportVU possession stats. We can now see how long a player holds the ball, how often he passes, how many points those passes create — every conceivable piece of the puzzle is out there, if you know where to look. And just about every basketball analytics expert I consulted told me that they preferred a modular approach to usage, with different formulas to measure different aspects of a player’s offensive responsibility.“I don’t use just one usage stat,” Oliver told me. “I do have a shot usage, a field goal usage, and a possession usage stat. Depending on the question being asked, I will look at the one that makes the most sense.”Jacob Rosen, who writes about analytics for Nylon Calculus and the Cleveland sports blog Waiting For Next Year, concurs that today’s all-in-one usage metrics are inadequate. “Like any type of basketball stat, it’s the balance of wanting to push everything into one metric,” Rosen said. “In some ideal world, you’d have a stat that measures the dimensions of possession time, passes, potential assists, turnovers, shots, free throws, etc. But they’re on somewhat different planes of existence.”As a possible alternative to a one-size-fits-all usage formula, Rosen wondered if usage rate’s next step would be to incorporate player typologies, such as the Position-Adjusted Classification (PAC) system developed by current Cleveland Cavaliers Director of Analytics Jon Nichols. “In my mind, having those different dimensions would be more accurate,” Rosen said. “You could perhaps do a PAC definition just with usage-based things alone (i.e., passing, possession, turnovers, shots).”Given the state of today’s tools of observation, Partnow’s True Usage may have struck the best balance between the all-encompassing and the customizable, if not the most widely used and understood.“To me the ideal is True Usage,” Nylon Calculus writer2And FiveThirtyEight contributor. Ian Levy said. “It is as accurate a measure as there is of the quantity of a player’s offensive responsibilities. But the real benefit is that you can parse out the different components to see what comes from playmaking, scoring, turnovers. That’s the ideal — [a] good holistic measure [that’s] also parsable into components for descriptive uses.”If so, maybe we should all just turn our attention toward rebranding campaigns for the other myriad versions of usage rate — “Possession Rate”? “Scoring Attempt Frequency”? — or pester the bosses at ESPN or Basketball-Reference for one more column in the Advanced Stats tab. That is, until basketball’s next data revolution comes and brings with it an even more accurate way to measure offensive workload … which we can promptly christen “usage rate” and start all over again.
The mother was eventually allowed to park in another space that had been painted earlier but was dry enough to stop in.She said: “There were two guys standing in front of bays they had just painted. I asked if they were taking the spaces away and when he told me why they were doing it I thought he was joking at first.”He said they needed to be gender neutral as the dress is offending dads with children and people who don’t identify as male or female.”Now it looks like a man with a superhero suit – do people identify as a superhero?”He thought it was hilarious too but said he was just following instructions.”Aldi confirmed they had changed the car parking space.A spokesperson told The Telegraph: “All parent and child car parking spaces at Aldi stores are gender-neutral. This sign was painted incorrectly and will be changed.” Parents have hit out at a supermarket after they were unable to park in a designated parking bay while an attendant painted the space to make it “gender neutral”.Many were dumbfounded after the Aldi in Dunstable, Beds, painted over the figure in the sign’s skirt in order to be more inclusive to male and non-gender-conforming parents.Ema Taylor was unable to park in the parent bay when she turned up to the supermarket with her three children Cerys, 10, six-year-old Blake and Ariya, one, at 4pm on Tuesday.When she asked why the staff member was painting over the sign, she said she was told that it was to make it “gender neutral.”The 29-year-old mother-of-three posted a picture of the hastily-painted sign on Facebook, which has now been commented on and shared thousands of times.She said: “The world has literally gone MAD!! So went to the shop today to be told I couldn’t park in the parent space as they were painting it……..painting the dress off the stick person because they need to be ‘Gender neutral’ as the dress is offending dads with children and people who do not identify as male or female?!”If you are a dad and you don’t park in the parent parking because they have a dress on unfriend me pleasseeeeee!! It’s a joke! Second to that if you look at the new and ‘improved’ sign you will see that it now looks like a stick man with a cape on so if you don’t identify as Superman you can’t park there.” 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.
Hours after killing his wife and daughter, a Berbice resident, identified only as “Radho,” was found hanging from the ceiling of an abandoned house in the village.INews had recently reported that the father of two was being hunted after he reportedly killed his wife and daughter at their Bamboo Dam, Glasgow Housing Scheme, Berbice home on Wednesday morning.While details still remain sketchy, his dead wife is said to be “Kameal”- only name given- and his 21-year-old daughter has been identified as “Ameila.”According to reports from residents in the area, the suspect and his wife were involved in an argument when the man became enraged and slit his wife’s throat moments after, as she was lying in a hammock located under the house.He reportedly stabbed his daughter several times about her body, a short while later.His ten-year-old son allegedly managed to escape harm and ran over to a neighbour’s house.Eyewitnesses told this online publication that “Radho” was seen running into the nearby cane fields after the ghastly discovery was made. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedPolice hunting man over gruesome murders of his wife, daughter in BerbiceJune 6, 2018In “Crime”Decomposed body of missing man found hanging in abandoned houseNovember 24, 2016In “latest news”Corentyne man who burnt ex’s home in failed bid to murder her found hangingJune 26, 2018In “Crime”
In executing the detailed engineering design for the permanent surface and underground infrastructure at De Beers’ ZAR20 billion Venetia diamond mine underground project, WorleyParsons has harnessed a methodology to create an intelligent 3D model of the vertical shaft that incorporates the historic and technical information of every component. The company believes that this is the first time this methodology has been used on a vertical shaft project from the design stage and adds: “this capability is expected to become a significant market differentiator for the global WorleyParsons organisation, one of the world’s largest EPCM businesses.”“In using 3D modelling to design the vertical shaft from scratch, the client has been able to review our designs and have any changes incorporated and represented in the model well before fabrication even commences. This has effectively shortened and de-risked the design process,” says Ryan Illingworth, WorleyParsons’ Project Manager on the Venetia Project. “Design traditionally begins with 2D modelling and the 3D environment is only then modelled when fabrication of the components begins. However, since the many separate 2D drawings are not linked to each other, there’s always a risk when it’s assembled/constructed that, there will be incompatibilities. On the Venetia project, as the design process has advanced, we’ve progressively created a 3D model that presents our customer with a visual representation of the infrastructure.”He continues: “Once the mine moves into production, management will be equipped with an intelligent 3D model of the shaft that can be used for maintenance planning and control. Because the model has a database at its core, it will also be able to integrate with other De Beers database systems.” The WorleyParsons draughting team deployed on the project spent the greater part of a year prior to commencement of the design phase developing a method to network several Autodesk software packages in a complex array to allow for the creation of the intelligent 3D model.WorleyParsons is a major international provider of project delivery, engineering and consulting services to the resources and energy sectors and complex process industries and is a recognised leader in headgear design, having successfully delivered a new generation of headgear concepts at Impala Platinum’s No 17 and 20 shafts and Konkola Copper Mines’ No 4 shaft.WorleyParsons has executed the feasibility study on the permanent infrastructure for the Venetia project and has embarked on the detailed engineering work. As an Anglo American Tier 1 supplier, WorleyParsons is providing engineering consulting services that include detailed engineering, execution and support in procurement and construction management.
For the past year, Pandora has been working hard on a redesign which was made available for the public today. Don’t worry; the streaming music site still works in the same way, but with just a few new changes. The biggest thing is that the site is trading in Flash support for HTML5. Additionally, Pandora will also be offering a slew of new features that improve on things like social media, easier station creation, and more information about the artist or song.Best of all, Pandora is getting rid of the cap that allowed non-premium users to only stream 40 hours of music a month. Perhaps this is the company’s way of competing with MOG and Rdio who also offer an unlimited amount of streaming.Pandora’s design is completely new. There’s a playback bar that always sits at the top of the screen along with the search bar. The search bar now also now features auto-complete, which is a nice addition. Compared to the old design, the new Pandora feels much more open with larger photos and an easier-to-navigate toolbar. The new artists pages feature bios, a “similar artists” section, a list of other people who like the artist, and a section to leave comments at the bottom.One of the most dangerous features of the new Pandora is the lyrics that appear with many of the more well-known songs. For example, the lyrics for every song that came up in my Kinks radio station appeared, yet the lyrics for my lesser-known band stations, like my Slim Cessna’s Auto Club station, were not available.While a song is playing, you can click on the album title and be taken to the discography page. Here, you can preview samples of all the songs on the album and purchase it through Amazon (MP3 or CD in most cases) or iTunes. You can also choose to buy the album via a button that sits below the currently-playing song on the main page.You can share the track or station you’re listening to easily by selecting “Share: track” or “Share: station,” and connecting via Facebook, or Twitter. The new Pandora also gets more social with profiles. Each user has a profile where your listening habits are recorded. You can follow people on Pandora and see what they’ve been listening to. To make this feature public on your profile, you have to go into the privacy settings and select “make my listening activity public.” You can also choose to allow other listeners to leave comments on your profile, which opens commenting up to any Pandora user. Once people start commenting, you can ban certain individuals and delete unwanted comments. Is Pandora the next place where spambots will wreak havoc? We hope not! You can also select to allow Panodora to import your Facebook profile photo, music favorites, and friends list.There’s also a new “Shuffle” button which allows you to mix all your stations together. This is similar to “Quick Mix” that was offered in the previous version. Shuffle allows you to shuffle all of your stations or just some of them that you can categorize by genre.The ads are still present for non-premium members. You can avoid ads by upgrading to Pandora One for $36 a year. Pandora One users also have the luxury of a desktop application, as well as custom skins, and higher quality audio.Check out the revamped Pandora and let us know what you think.Read more at Pandora
6 Comments Share753 Tweet Email1 Thursday 15 Jun 2017, 6:00 PM Lynn Ruane Short URL When u know ur in the presence of pure goodness. AnnLouise gave me the greatest gift of education & continued 2 till the end. My love to KZ pic.twitter.com/G0hP7FglnV— Lynn Ruane (@SenLynnRuane) June 15, 2017 http://jrnl.ie/3446169 Jun 15th 2017, 6:00 PM 606 Views Katherine Zappone and Ann Louise Gilligan renew their marriage vows at Dublin City Hall in January 2016 Source: Niall Carson/PA ImagesI remember in 2002 spending the day in Katherine and Ann-Louise’s home, the Shanty, a home that they opened to women seeking an education. I remember the big dog in the garden and the beautiful surrounding scenery. I could hear the sheep bleating in the distance.My most enduring memory is taking my runners off at the front door and slipping my feet into the sheep wool slippers. I remember feeling at home. I remember feeling the cosy slippers on my feet, smelling the incense and feeling the warmth, and realising this is what I wanted in life.I wanted to be able to enjoy simple things in life like the sheep wool on my feet and know that I am safe and okay. I knew in that moment I was beginning to heal. The loving environment created by Ann-Louise was helping me heal.For me, that is what Ann-Louise will always represent: healing and education. Healing and education are gifts that just keep giving. Every time I feel the impact of those two gifts, my relationship with Ann Louise will continue to grow, and she will continue to impact our lives even in her absence.Katherine has lost her soulmate, her best friend and her biggest champion, but what will never be lost is the incredible positive change that she left with us.Lynn Ruane is an Independent Senator in Seanad Éireann. ‘Some parents have to open the coffin every two hours to put in ice-packs so remains stay cool’>Column: ‘It’s not fair to ask the public to subsidise uneconomic wind farms’> Lynn Ruane: ‘She was pure goodness and spent her life sharing that goodness’ What will never be lost is the incredible positive change that Ann-Louise left with us, writes Senator Lynn Ruane. Independent Senator By Lynn Ruane Her gentle and warm nature seeped into the very core of all that An Cosán strived to achieve, whether it was the meditations that started off each day or the smell of home baked scones that wafted from the kitchen.It was only in 2014, when the seed that An Cosán had planted in me really began to bloom, was I truly able to realise the extent of Ann-Louise’s impact on my own life. It was then that I decided to reach out to Ann-Louise to share with her how much my life and the lives of my children had been transformed by the opportunity that she had given me. In the past several years I got to thank her and continue to learn from her, and for that I’ll always be truly grateful.Healing and education Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Source: Lynn Ruane/Twitter EVERY TIME ANN-LOUISE Gilligan spoke, I sat up and I listened. I knew that whatever she was about to say would not only be inspiring, it would be the truth.She was a woman of pure goodness and she spent her life sharing that goodness with all she met.Ann-Louise was a visionary, an advocate for change and a believer in the power of education. By founding An Cosán, Ann-Louise’s and Katherine’s vision for the education and empowerment of women and their children of the Tallaght community was realised and became the avenue by which my own educational journey began.
Le Lumia 800 de Nokia débarque en blancLe blanc est toujours un coloris très prisé pour les smartphones. Nokia le sait, et vient d’officialiser la version blanche de son million-seller, le Lumia 800.Parmi les téléphones Windows Phone 7 qui tirent leur épingle du lot, le Lumia est une bénédiction pour Nokia. Premier vrai smartphone de la société finlandaise, il est le résultat d’un partenariat avec Microsoft, et aussi une des principales réussites de Nokia cette année… année qui n’a pas été facile puisque Nokia est dans le rouge. La firme compte donc bien renforcer ses atouts en faisant confiance à son smartphone à succès.Pour cela, rien de plus simple : une nouvelle version du Lumia 800, entièrement blanche, va bientôt faire son arrivée sur le marché. Une version qui avait d’ailleurs fait l’objet de rumeurs et qui se trouve donc aujourd’hui confirmée officiellement. Les Lumia 800 disposent d’un processeur Qualcomm MSM8255 1,4 GHz, d’un écran AMOLED de 3,7 pouces affichant une résolution de 800 x 480 pixels, d’un capteur photo 8 mégapixels et de 16 Go d’espace de stockage interne, Radio FM, Batterie 1450 mAh, le tout pour 142 g. Le Lumia 800 blanc embarquera Mango, soit Windows Phone 7.5 et devrait faire son arrivée courant février. Le 10 février 2012 à 10:00 • Maxime Lambert
The American Soybean Association (ASA), a trade group representing 26,000 U.S. soybean farmers, supports the World Trade Organization (WTO) case against the European Union’s (EU) illegal five-year moratorium on approval of food and feed products enhanced through biotechnology. ASA salutes the efforts of the Bush Administration and is gratified that numerous other countries, including Australia, Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru and Uruguay, have joined in the complaint.”In ASA’s view, it is critical that the United States develop a comprehensive strategy to improve the current international environment for trade in biotech crops and their products,” said ASA President Dwain Ford, a soybean producer from Kinmundy, Ill. “This issue should not be viewed strictly as a U.S.-EU trade dispute since other countries also want to ensure that science-based determinations are applied to regulatory decisions.”On March 26, ASA testified before the House Committee on Agriculture calling for the Administration to immediately prepare and file WTO cases against the EU’s planned traceability and labeling, and novel food and feed regulations. ASA urged forceful action by the United States to discourage other countries that are considering following the EU’s example.U.S. exports of soybeans and soybean products have been increasingly disrupted by the actions of the EU. Despite having approved Roundup® Ready soybeans in 1996, the EU enacted a mandatory “labeling” law two years later which requires food manufacturers to attach a stigmatizing “GMO label” on any food products containing more than one percent of Roundup Ready soybeans within that food’s soy protein ingredient component fraction. This has caused a large number of food manufacturers who market their products in the EU to switch-away from using U.S.-origin commodity soy protein as an ingredient, or to reformulate their products to exclude any soy ingredients, even soybean oil.”While it had been hoped that progress was going to be made in lifting the moratorium, EU member states blocking approvals have indicated that they will not give approvals until the EU finalizes and begins implementing trade-restrictive traceability and labeling, and novel food and feed regulations,” Ford said. “The United States and other exporting countries must not accept the imposition of one set of discriminatory and non-science-based measures by the EU as a condition for ending another non-science-based decision making process.”In addition to the anti-biotech labeling regime already in place in the EU, seven EU Member States have indicated they will refuse to implement biotech approvals in their national regulations until the traceability and labeling regulation is adopted. The European Commission has periodically protested the de facto moratorium implied by these policies, but has taken no legal or punitive action to enforce its own policies.”In an effort to rationalize its inconsistent laws and member countries’ actions, the EU is preparing to adopt new regulations on mandatory tracing and mandatory labeling of biotech or biotech-derived products that would further restrict access for U.S. soybeans and soybean products,” Ford said.The EU’s proposed traceability regulation requires importers and food processors to trace biotech agricultural products and ingredients from farm to dinner table under a paperwork-intensive traceability and segregation regime. Compliance with this traceability regulation by U.S. exporters and food processors would be costly, onerous, and unworkable given the realities of bulk commodity production, marketing, transport, and food processing.The EU’s proposed new traceability and labeling regulation requires that any shipment of agricultural commodities or any food product ingredient containing more than 0.9 percent biotech material be labeled as “containing biotech.” Currently there also is discussion to further lower this threshold.”The EU’s proposed regulation on Novel Food and Feed would be founded on the principle of process-based labeling rather than detection,” Ford said. “In other words, it would not matter whether a product actually contains any biotech ingredients, but rather a product would have to be labeled as such simply because it was derived from biotechnology.”For example, the labeling requirements would extend to refined soybean oil made from biotech soybeans and processed products containing such soybean oil, even though no modified protein or DNA is present in refined soybean oil, and it is impossible to scientifically determine if such oil is of “biotech origin” or not. Such a situation would fly in the face of proper scientific and verifiable evaluation, and would leave the door wide open to misrepresentation and fraud.”ASA’s net assessment of the EU’s proposals are that they are highly discriminatory and are so commercially infeasible that European food manufacturers and U.S. food manufacturers wanting to market their products in the EU would inevitably continue the trend to reformulate their products using non-U.S. sources of protein and vegetable oil,” Ford said. “Soybean producers are extremely concerned about the status of international trade in the products of agricultural biotechnology and support this WTO action as necessary to champion the cause of a science-based regulatory approvals process.”
Quebecor World has received an extension–through May 12, 2008–to its temporary filing of bankruptcy under Canada’s Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA) from the Superior Court of Quebec this week, which was scheduled to expire on February 20. According to the Canadian Press, the company will appear in U.S. Bankruptcy Court today to seek an extension to its Chapter 11 filing.This First Stay Extension Order through the Superior Court of Quebec relieves the company of having to hold its annual shareholders’ meeting before June 30, 2008 and allows Quebecor World to hold the meeting within three months following the ultimate termination date on May 12.
Relatives of Hamad al-Nahal, a member of the Islamic Jihad killed in an Israeli air strike on the Gaza Strip a day earlier, carry his body during his funeral in Rafah, on 13 November. Photo: AFPPalestinian militant groups in the Gaza Strip have announced an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire with Israel after a severe escalation of violence threatened to descend into full-blown war.The groups, including Hamas, said in a statement on Tuesday they would abide by the ceasefire as long as Israel did the same.Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the military have yet to comment on the announcement. Hardline defence minister Avigdor Lieberman said he did not support stopping the strikes.The flare-up, which saw seven Gazans killed in 24 hours as the Israeli aerial bombardment flattened buildings and sent fireballs and plumes of smoke into the sky, was the worst between Israel and Palestinian militants since a 2014 war.Sirens wailed in southern Israel and tens of thousands took cover in shelters as around 460 rockets and mortar rounds were fired from Gaza, wounding 27 people, including three severely.A Palestinian labourer from the occupied West Bank was killed when a rocket hit a building in the Israeli city of Ashkelon.In a statement issued late Tuesday, Egypt called on Israel to cease its “military action” in Gaza.”Egypt’s efforts have been able to achieve a ceasefire between the resistance and the Zionist enemy,” the Gaza groups said.The UN Security Council met behind closed doors late Tuesday to discuss the flare-up at the request of Kuwait and Bolivia.However diplomats said there was no agreement on how to address the crisis.One diplomatic source said before the UN meeting that “the situation remains very precarious and can blow up again”.Restraint must be shownThe latest round of violence began on Sunday with a botched Israeli special forces operation inside the Gaza Strip that turned deadly and prompted Hamas to vow revenge.The clash that resulted from the blown covert operation killed seven Palestinian militants, including a local Hamas military commander, as well as an Israeli army officer.Palestinian militants responded with rocket and mortar fire, as well as an anti-tank missile that hit a bus Hamas says was being used by Israeli soldiers. A soldier was severely wounded in the attack.Schools were closed in Gaza and in southern Israel on Tuesday as the two sides warned each other they would respond forcefully to any further violence.Egypt has negotiated ceasefires following previous flare-ups, while UN Middle East envoy Nickolay Mladenov has also been seeking a long-term truce in recent weeks.Israel’s UN envoy Danny Danon said “we will not accept a call for both sides to exercise restraint”.After an Israeli security cabinet meeting that reportedly lasted some six hours on Tuesday, a statement was issued saying the ministers “instructed the (military) to continue its operations as necessary”.Like an earthquakeMissile defences intercepted more than 100 rockets from Gaza and most others fell in open areas, though some hit houses and other civilian structures.”Within two seconds (after air sirens) we heard a huge boom, we saw our curtains flying in the air, windows (broken), and only after a few minutes when we went out, we realised that the missile had hit the building next to us,” said one man who lives near a block of flats hit by a rocket in Ashkelon.Israel hit back with major air strikes, with targets including Hamas’s Al-Aqsa TV station and internal security headquarters in Gaza City.The military said it struck some 160 targets in the enclave.”What happened was like an earthquake,” said Abu Ayman Lemzeni, who lives near the targeted TV building.At least five of the dead in Gaza were claimed as members of various militant groups. Some 26 other people were wounded in the Palestinian territory, according to Gaza’s health ministry.Three warsThe escalation came despite Netanyahu’s decision to allow Qatar to transfer millions of dollars in aid to Gaza for salaries as well as fuel to ease an electricity shortage.The agreements had led to calmer protests along the Gaza border after months of deadly unrest.Sunday’s special forces operation and resulting clash upset those efforts, leading to questions over the timing of the covert Israeli move.Israel said it was an intelligence-gathering operation and that those efforts must continue to defend the country.Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza have fought three wars since 2008, and protests and clashes along the Gaza border since March 30 have repeatedly raised fears of a fourth.At least 234 Palestinians in Gaza have since been killed by Israeli fire, the majority during protests and clashes.Two Israeli soldiers have been killed over the same period.
The European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday unanimously upheld a complaint filed by a Greek Cypriot refugee against Turkey over the lack of effectiveness of the Immovable Property Commission (IPC) in the breakaway north to which she had applied for compensation for her property in 2008.The ECHR unanimously rejected Turkey’s preliminary objection concerning the non-exhaustion of domestic remedies by Adriani Joannou and found there was a violation of Article 1 of Protocol 1, which concerns the right to property.According to the ECHR decision, “the applicant’s complaint that the proceedings by which she sought compensation for her property located in the “TRNC” had been protracted and ineffective, under Article 1 of Protocol No. 1”.The court ordered Turkey to pay Joannou €7,000 plus any tax that may be chargeable for non-pecuniary damage and €6,325 plus any tax that may be chargeable to the applicant in respect of costs and expenses, within three months from the date of the final judgement.The court also ruled that from the expiry of the three months until settlement, simple interest shall be payable on the above amounts at a rate equal to the marginal lending rate of the European Central Bank during the default period plus three percentage points.It dismissed the remainder of the applicant’s claim for just satisfaction.The court said, however, that their ruling concerned the particular case only and is “not calling into question the effectiveness of the IPC remedy as such”.While stressing that, for the present, the IPC remedy remains a remedy to be exhausted by other applicants who wish to invoke their rights, the ruling said, the court “remains attentive to the developments in the functioning of the IPC remedy and its ability to effectively address Greek Cypriot property claims”.The IPC was set up in 2005 to deal with Greek Cypriot claims for compensation for their occupied properties.Joannou, who lives permanently in the UK, received five plots of land in the village of Koma Tou Yialou in the occupied Famagusta area in 1997 as a gift from her aunt.In May 2008, Joannou filed a claim with the IPC for compensation amounting to UK£1,800,000 (approximately €2,285,000).The case remained pending for almost a decade as the regime in the north filed an objection to the IPC alleging that Joannou had failed to prove that she was the legal heir to the property, while a number of preliminary hearings before the commission were repeatedly adjourned.In 2014, Joannou filed a complaint to the ECHR over the excessive length of proceedings to obtain compensation.Joannou’s lawyer, Achilleas Demetriades, said the court ruling was a “huge success”, as it dealt a blow to the supposed effectiveness of the IPC.“The fact that the court has found that treatment for the violation of property rights before the IPC is ineffective is a huge success, given the ECHR case law so far,” Demetriades told the Cyprus News Agency.The ECHR is now monitoring the IPC, Demetriades said, and this control will force Turkey to fully comply with human rights provisions.He added that the ECHR now expects the continuation of procedures before the IPC for Joannou to be compensated for her property claims.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoSecurity SaversWindows Users Advised To Do This TodaySecurity SaversUndoYahoo SearchThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Research Best Compact SUV CarYahoo SearchUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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