MILAN — Former Sampdoria coach Marco Giampaolo has been named the new coach of AC Milan.Milan announced Wednesday that Giampaolo signed a two-year contract with an option for a third season.Comunicato Ufficiale: Marco Giampaolo ➡ https://t.co/tdRtTYqzGjOfficial Statement: Marco Giampaolo ➡ https://t.co/tjukG4NVJk pic.twitter.com/sMCnEZEyVt— AC Milan (@acmilan) June 19, 2019Giampaolo guided Sampdoria to a ninth-place finish in Serie A last season. He has also coached Cagliari, Siena, Catania, Cesena, Brescia and Empoli.Gennaro Gattuso stepped down as Milan coach after a fifth-place finish meant the Rossoneri missed out on the Champions League.A seven-time European champion, Milan is under pressure to return to the lucrative Champions League as it deals with a UEFA financial fair play investigation.Milan last played in the Champions League in 2013-14.TweetPinShare0 Shares
Cheteshwar Pujara’s 123 at Adelaide Oval on Day 1 of the first Test stands out. Not because these were the most difficult conditions he has ever faced but because he was the only one who delivered when his teammates, including captain Virat Kohli, failed.That’s become the Rajkot run machine’s badge of honour. A bit like India’s previous No. 3, Rahul Dravid. In a remarkable coincidence, Pujara completed his 5000 runs at Adelaide in what was his 108th innings; exactly the time Dravid took to the landmark.On Thursday, there were no talks about “intent” as the buzzword seemingly undid the top-order batsmen. Pujara, in the past, had been criticised for his strike rate in Test cricket but batting great Sunil Gavaskar believes no one should be talking about scoring rates in the longest format, especially in overseas conditions.”This strike rate debate can apply when you are playing against weak opposition. When you are playing against quality attacks like Australia, South Africa, and England, you don’t talk about strike rates,” Sunil Gavaskar told India Today.He added: “That’s when you look at how many runs are scored and how they are. You may score a 20 run knock at a strike rate of 200 or score a first ball six, register a strike rate of 300 and get out but how does that help the team in a Test match. This strike rate debate is okay for limited overs cricket.”Pujara’s strike rate was a cause of concern for the Indian dressing room. He had failed to start in the England series earlier in the year for carrying poor form from a county season.advertisement”With this knock, he has cemented his place for at least a year,” Gavaskar added.”Look sometimes even with a player like Cheteshwar Pujara, when he is having technical issues or struggling with incoming balls and getting out, lbw, consider dropping him. Because that’s when one gets time to work on shortcomings. And it hurts when you are out and the return is purposeful,” he observed.”But he is a very crucial player for this Test unit. We have seen in the last year, he has to often come in with the first wicket falling early. So he is also a half opener who has to play the new ball. He can make those adjustments. He is someone who drops anchor when things are tough. Ask anyone and they will value his contributions,” he added.Pujara himself rates his Adelaide show as one amongst his best five knocks. The legend of the knock will grow if India go on to win the Test match after being 41/4 in the first session.”Pujara is the reason India is still in with a chance of winning the Test match,” Gavaskar added.Also Read | India’s top-order should have batted better, will learn from mistakes: PujaraAlso Read | Chocolate milkshake for Pujara after magnificent Test hundred in AustraliaAlso See:
Story Highlights Region Four comprises the parishes of Hanover, St. James and Westmoreland Twelve new Principals were assigned to schools across the region All 172 educational institutions, opening their doors to thousands of new and returning students The new academic school year got off to a good start on Monday, September 2, in Region Four, with all 172 educational institutions, opening their doors to thousands of new and returning students.Regional Director, Mrs. Hillary Foster told JIS Newsthat her team was “excited and very optimistic” about the new school year, which has begun without any serious challenges. The region comprises the parishes of Hanover, St. James and Westmoreland.She informed that, “We had been making a lot of preparations and so far, everything went as planned in that all our public schools were opened”.The Regional Director informed that 12 new Principals were assigned to schools across the region, and that schools were given furniture and equipment, while repairs were carried out on a number of schools.“There was also the general cleaning of school compounds and most of the schools in the region had their staff meeting prior to the start of the school year. All in all though and for the most part, we had a pretty good start to the new school year,” Mrs. Foster said.She also informed that after much discussion and planning, some schools are moving away from the shift system, noting that, Sandy Bay and Albion Primary and Junior High Schools, had joined Farm and Glendevon Primary and Infant Schools, as single shift schools, two years ago.Mrs. Foster noted that during the summer recess, a number of sensitisation meetings were held with parents, counselors, and teachers, to receive feed-back on the changing of the shift system in the institutions.Meanwhile, she has expressed appreciation to stakeholders who have lent their support, and assisted with the refurbishing works at some schools.“The Moreland Hill All Age School in Westmoreland has been extensively refurbished with an infant department added to that institution. I would like to express appreciation to one of our stakeholders, the Rock House Foundation which assisted us with that great work on the school. This has resulted in a one hundred per cent increase in enrollment and attendance of students there,” Mrs. Foster said.She also commended the Tyre Warehouse in Savanna-La-Mar for converting all the pit latrines at the Friendship Primary School, to modern flush toilets.The company has also installed a 1,000 gallon water storage tank; erected a play area; and given a stipend to the institution for the infant project.
VICTORIA COUNTY: Middle River Bridge Middle River Bridge, Highway 105 at Nyanzya, is reduced to one lane for bridge repairs until Tuesday, Dec. 15. Traffic control signals are in place. DIGBY COUNTY: Salmon River Bridge Salmon River Bridge, on Trunk 1, in Salmon River, is reduced to one lane for repairs until further notice. The bridge has an 18 tonne weight restriction. Vehicles over 18 tonnes must use the detour route, Salmon River Road, Exit 32 Hwy. 101 to Exit 31. INVERNESS COUNTY: Crowdis Bridge Crowdis Bridge is closed until further notice for repairs. A detour is available via Crowdis Cross, West Big Intervale, and Hatchery roads. KINGS COUNTY: Whitman Bridge Whitman Bridge, on Whitman Road between Maple Avenue and Ward Road in Aylesford, is closed for repairs until further notice. The detour route is Maple Avenue to Victoria Road to Ward Road. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Highway 103 Highway 103, Exit 10, has alternating lane closures for bridge repairs, including concrete and asphalt, and installing new bridge rails, until Saturday, Oct. 31. Temporary traffic lights are in place. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Monk Road Monk Road, from Route 325 for 4.4 kilometres, has alternating lane closures for resurfacing and upgrading until Saturday, Oct. 31. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. QUEENS COUNTY: Highway 103 Sections of Highway 103, from Exit 20 in Summerville west to Port Joli, are reduced to one lane until Saturday, Oct. 31. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. RICHMOND COUNTY: Trunk 4 Trunk 4, from west of Soldiers Cove Road westerly for 5.5 kilometres, has alternating lane closures for paving until Monday, Nov. 30. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Green Bay Road Green Bay Road, from the intersection of Route 331 for 1.8 kilometres to the end of the existing pavement, has alternating lane closures for repaving until Saturday, Oct. 31. Expect stop-and-go traffic. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. CONTINUING WORK COLCHESTER COUNTY: Plains Road Plains Road, from Ventura Drive to Lancaster Crescent, is closed to install culverts until Monday, Nov. 30. Traffic control people are on site. There is an alternate route via Masstown Road, Trunk 2, and McElmon Road. NEW WORK COLCHESTER COUNTY: Bible Hill/Truro Main Street from Pictou Road to Park Street is reduced to one lane for paving until Friday, Oct 16. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. Expect delays. YARMOUTH COUNTY: Gavel Bridge Gavel Bridge on Gavel Road over Gavels Lake is closed for replacement until Sunday, Nov. 15. Use an alternate route. YARMOUTH COUNTY: Argyle Sound Road, Middle West Pubnico Argyle Sound Bridge on Argyle Sound Road will be closed from Tuesday, Oct. 13 until Friday, Oct. 30 for bridge repairs. Detour on Green Grove Road and Trunk 3. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Chester Grant Road Chester Grant Road, from Trunk 12 to Trunk 14, is reduced to one lane for resurfacing and upgrading. The work is from sunrise to sunset and is expected to be finished by Saturday, Oct. 31 LUNENBURG COUNTY: Sarty Road Sarty Road, from Crouse Settlement Road to Camperdown Road, has alternating lane closures for resurfacing and upgrading until Saturday, Oct. 31. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Eddy Road Eddy Road to Fort Lawrence, near Amherst, is closed until further notice because of a collapsed culvert. COLCHESTER COUNTY: Highway 102 Sections of the southbound lanes of Highway 102, from Exit 11 at Stewiacke to the Colchester County line, are reduced to one lane to install rumble strips until Saturday, Oct. 31. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. YARMOUTH COUNTY: Highway 103 Eel Lake Bridge on Highway 103 in Belleville, has one lane closed for repairs until Friday, Oct. 16. Traffic signals are in place. Expect traffic delays of 5-10 minutes -30- KINGS COUNTY: Marshall Road Marshall Road will be closed to all but local traffic between Highway 101 (Exit 17W) and Brooklyn Road from Tuesday, Oct 13 until Friday, Oct. 16, for repairs to the Warner Bridge. The closure will be 24 hours a day. A marked detour will be set up to Bishop Mountain Road and Stronach Mountain Road on Highway 1. CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Trunk 4 Trunk 4, near Big Pond, from west of the intersection of Glen Albert Drive west for 2.8 kilometres, is reduced to one lane for repaving and upgrading. Traffic control people are on site but delays are possible. Work takes place from 7 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. and is scheduled to be complete by the end of October. QUEENS COUNTY: Labelle Road Labelle Road, from the intersection of Route 210 for 4.4 kilometres to the end of the existing pavement, has alternating lane closures for repaving until Saturday, Oct. 31. Expect stop-and-go traffic. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. DIGBY COUNTY: Melanson Mills Bridge Melanson Mills Bridge on Marc Comeau Road is closed until further notice to replace the deck. A detour route is in place. PICTOU COUNTY: Trunk 4 Sections of Trunk 4, from Pleasant Valley Road, for about five kilometres west to Route 376, are reduced to one lane during bridge repairs and repaving until Monday, Nov. 30. Motorists should travel with caution through the construction zone. Work takes place from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Golf Course Road, Chester Golf Course Road in Chester, from the intersection of Pig Loop Road south for half a kilometre, has alternating lane closures for repaving until Saturday, Oct. 31. Expect stop-and-go traffic. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Conquerall Mills Road Conquerall Mills Road, from the intersection of Trunk 3 for about four kilometres toward Conquerall Road, has alternating lane closures for repaving until Saturday, Oct. 31. Expect stop-and-go traffic. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Auburndale Road Auburndale Road, from Route 325 to Upper Branch Road, has alternating lane closures for repaving until Saturday, Oct. 31. Expect stop-and-go traffic. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. DIGBY COUNTY: Bonnie Road The Bonnie Road Overpass over Highway 101 near Meteghan, is closed to all traffic until further notice. A detour route is marked. RICHMOND COUNTY: Grandique Ferry Road Grandique Ferry Road, from Route 320 for 3.6 kilometres to the end of pavement, is reduced to one lane for paving and patching until Saturday, Oct. 31. Traffic control people and a pilot vehicle are on site. The work takes place from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Varner Road Varner Road, from the intersection of Trunk 10 for about half a kilometre to the end of the existing pavement, has alternating lane closures for repaving until Saturday, Oct. 31. Expect stop-and-go traffic. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. VICTORIA COUNTY: Gillis Bridge Gillis Bridge, on North Branch Road, just past Uisge Bàn (USH-KA BAN) Falls Provincial Park, is closed until further notice. Access to the park is not affected. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Italy Cross Road Italy Cross Road, from the intersection of Route 331 for 1.8 kilometres toward Petite Riviere, has alternating lane closures until Saturday, Oct. 31. Expect stop-and-go traffic. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. INVERNESS COUNTY: West Lake Ainslie Road The Hayes River Bridge on West Lake Ainslie Road has a 15-tonne weight restriction. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Crouse Bridge The Crouse Bridge on Bruhm Road is closed for replacement until Saturday, Oct. 31. A marked detour route is in place.
Los Angeles: Filmmaker James Wan has revealed that The Trench, spin-off to his 2018 blockbuster Aquaman, will be more of a monster horror film than a superhero movie. Introduced in the Jason Momoa-fronted Aquaman, The Trench are aquatic abominations who tormented Aquaman and Mera (Amber Heard) during one of the most intense sequences in the film. In an interview with Comicbook.com, Wan said, “Definitely it’s one that I really want to lean into the horror of it, so it’s going to play more as a monster horror movie than it will as a superhero film.” Producer Peter Safran had confirmed in earlier this year in March that Arthur and Mera will not appear in The Trench.
LONDON – Britain’s Treasury chief said Tuesday that striking a divorce deal with the European Union over the next two months is “doable,” while the boss of Jaguar Land Rover warned that tens of thousands of jobs could be lost if the country crashes out of the EU with no agreement.With Brexit a little more than six months away, concerns have grown that the sides will not reach a deal because the British Parliament and the governing Conservative Party are divided on what Britain’s future relationship with the EU should be.In that event, Jaguar Land Rover CEO Ralf Speth said a so-called “hard Brexit” could result in the “worst of times” for the U.K. He said the U.K. is the company’s “home” but that a hard Brexit would cost Jaguar Land Rover, which is owned by India’s Tata Motors, more than 1.2 billion pounds ($1.6 billion) a year.“It’s horrifying, wiping our profit, destroying investment in the autonomous, zero-emissions (technologies) we want to share,” he told a Zero Emission Vehicle Summit in Birmingham, England.He said the loss of jobs would be “counted into tens of thousands if we do not get the right Brexit deal.”Hopes are fading that Britain and the EU can strike a deal at an EU summit in October as originally planned, but there are growing expectations that the EU is planning another meeting for November.Treasury chief Philip Hammond told a House of Lords committee that he agreed with the EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, that a deal was possible in six to eight weeks if both sides are realistic.“I think it is doable,” Hammond said.Business groups and civil servants say a “no-deal” Brexit could cause disruption to shipping, barriers to trade with the bloc, a fall in the value of the pound and even shortages of essential goods.Hammond said that “if we leave the European Union without a deal … we could expect a period when there would be some turbulence.”He said it was “very welcome” that Bank of England Governor Mark Carney had agreed to delay his departure date from June 2019 to January 2020 to help navigate any Brexit-related economic bumps.Hammond spoke hours after leading bankers downplayed the immediate impact of Brexit on London’s role as the hub of the financial services industry in Europe and on jobs.“There’s no question this has been an unsettling event, but our industry is in a state of constant flux,” Mark Garvin, vice chairman of JPMorgan’s corporate and investment bank divisions, told a parliamentary committee. “We have been involved in far more significant tumult than this.”Garvin said the jobs of only “hundreds” of JPMorgan’s 16,000 staff in the U.K. would be immediately affected by Brexit, though that could rise to around 4,000 in the years to come depending on the settlement reached between Britain and the EU.In the immediate aftermath of Britain’s vote to leave the EU in June 2016, many experts warned that Britain’s financial services industry — a huge tax source for the government — would see hefty job losses as businesses relocated to EU cities such as Dublin, Frankfurt and Paris, to retain benefits related to Europe’s single market.However, the number of jobs lost has not matched the doomsday predictions, and with just six months to go until Britain officially leaves, there are few signs that banks are panicking.A group of pro-Brexit politicians and economists, meanwhile, argued Tuesday that Britain will be better off, not worse, if it leaves the EU without a deal on future trade.Economists for Free Trade held a news conference in Parliament Tuesday alongside several leading pro-Brexit lawmakers, including former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.The group argued that reverting to World Trade Organization rules, which can lead to the imposition of tariffs on certain goods, “would boost the U.K.’s trade with the rest of the world including Europe, lower domestic prices and boost inward investment.”Critics say that assessment relies on overly optimistic assumptions, particularly on the extent to which trade would be boosted if Britain unilaterally abolished tariffs.Hammond said the model used by Economists for Free Trade “are wildly out of line with assumptions that are used by other economic modelers, and frankly, I believe, are not sustainable.”
Kolkata: The Jadavpur University is one of the eight educational institutes short-listed by Union Human Resource Development Ministry for a grant of Rs 125 crore, which will be provided to only four institutions, for setting up a centre for Sophisticated Analytical Instrument Facilities (SAIF).The Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, a premier engineering institution in the state, is also in the race. “We had already made a presentation in the end of April in Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaDelhi showcasing we have the necessary infrastructure for the centre for Sophisticated Analytical Instrument Facilities. The centre will have high and sophisticated instruments facilitating high-end research. The centre will function in 365 days in a year and if we figure among the beneficiaries it will surely be a big boom for research in the Jadavpur University,” said Chiranjib Bhattacharjee, dean of engineering at the Jadavpur University. Pravas Chandra Chakrabarti, professor of metallurgical and material engineering has been chosen as the SAIF coordinator. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayThe recurring cost and maintenance of the centre will depend on earnings from the service fees that will be charged for using the facilities of the centre. If Jadavpur University gets the grant approval, the tests carried out by the researchers in the university will be chargeable. If other educational institutions avail the JU SAIF facilities, they will have to pay twice the amount paid by Jadavpur University researchers or professors and if industries use the SAIF facilities at JU, they will be charged ten times. Sources in JU said a number of leading industries in Bengal such as Haldia Petochemicals and Tata Steel have shown interest in availing the facilities of SAIF. The names of the four institutions, which will get the Central funds, are expected to be announced by the end of this month after the elections are over. A senior professor in the varsity said a space in the Technology Bhavan on the main campus of the varsity has been earmarked for setting up the Centre. A three-member team from the HRD ministry had visited the JU campus in April to assess whether the university has the infrastructure for setting up the centre. The team had also visited the site that has been selected by the varsity for SAIF.
By Safaa KasraouiRabat – Media reports that six Arab nations requested the International Federation of Football Association (FIFA) to prevent Qatar from hosting the 2022 World Cup have been debunked as fake news.On Saturday, a website designed to look like The Local, a Swiss-based news platform, published a report claiming that Gianni Infantino, president of the FIFA, told the outlet that six Arab countries including Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Egypt wrote to the organization to prevent Qatar from hosting the 2022 World Cup. Several major international news outlets reported the fake news.According to BBC, FIFA has refuted the rumors, saying that “FIFA has not received such a request.”“As already said, FIFA is in regular contact with the Qatar 2022 Local Organising Committee and the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy handling matters relating to the 2022 Fifa World Cup,” added the BBC.The fake outlet claimed that Gianni said that the six countries warned the international football federation of “the risks threatening fans and footballers security in a country that is ‘the base and the castle of terrorism.’ ”James Savage, founder of The Local, said that the story which was published on Saturday night was fabricated.According to news site The National, Savage said that they have searched the records and discovered that “there is no trace of it in our system, nor any evidence that anyone tried to access our content management system.”In June, six Arab countries had severed diplomatic ties with Qatar, accusing it of supporting “terrorist groups.
Highlights at the close Wednesday at world financial market trading.Stocks:S&P/TSX Composite Index — 15,782.16, down 34.74 pointsDow — 23,157.60, up 160.16 points (record high)S&P 500– 2,561.26, up 1.90 points (record high)Nasdaq — 6,624.22, up 0.56 of a point (record high)Currencies:Cdn — 80.09 cents US, up 0.40 of a centPound — C$1.6459, down 0.79 of a centEuro — C$1.4708, down 0.44 of a centEuro — US$1.1780, up 0.24 of a centOil futures:US$52.26, up 15 cents(December contract)Gold futures:US$1,283.00 per oz., down $3.20(December contract)Canadian Fine Silver Handy and Harman:$22.156 oz., down 3.9 cents$712.32 kg., down $1.25
A list of the top 20 prime-time programs in the Nielsen ratings for March 11-17 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Associated Press Posted Mar 19, 2013 3:28 pm MDT Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for March 11-17. Listings include the week’s ranking and viewership.1. “The Big Bang Theory,” CBS, 15.9 million.2. “Person of Interest,” CBS, 14.34 million.3. “American Idol” (Wednesday), Fox, 13.44 million.4. “NCIS,” CBS, 13.18 million.5. “Two and a Half Men,” CBS, 12.18 million.6. “NCIS: Los Angeles,” CBS, 11.95 million.7. “American Idol” (Thursday), Fox, 11.93 million.8. “Elementary,” CBS, 11.33 million.9. “The Bible,” History, 10.87 million.10. “The Walking Dead,” AMC, 10.84 million.11. “The Bachelor: After the Final Rose,” ABC, 10.81 million.12. “The Bachelor,” ABC, 10.42 million.13. “Blue Bloods,” CBS, 10.41 million.14. “60 Minutes,” CBS, 10.22 million.15. “The Mentalist,” CBS, 9.98 million.16. “Survivor: Caramoan,” CBS, 9.89 million.17. “The Good Wife,” CBS, 9.08 million.18. “Amazing Race 22,” CBS, 8.91 million.19. “Golden Boy,” CBS, 8.53 million.20. “Duck Dynasty (Wednesday, 10:30 p.m.), A&E, 8.29 million.___ABC is owned by The Walt Disney Co.; CBS is a division of CBS Corp.; Fox is a unit of News Corp.; History and A&E are owned by the A&E Television Networks; AMC is owned by AMC Networks.
The following is a list of thesis defences taking place at Brock from Monday, June 10 to Friday, June 14.All are open for the University community to attend.Master of Science thesis defenceAndrea Barker, a Master of Science candidate in the Department of Biological Sciences, will present her thesis defence on Monday, June 10 at 1:45 p.m. in PLZ 600F.Her thesis is titled “Identifying the effect of clone and rootstock on viticultural performance, fruit composition and winemaking potential for Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Riesling, in Niagara, Ontario.” Her examination committee members are Cheryl McCormick, Chair; Patricia Bowen, External Examiner (Summerland Research and Development Centre); Debbie Inglis and Jim Willwerth, supervisors and Committee Members; and Vincenzo De Luca and Belinda Kemp, Committee Members.Psychology MA thesis defenceMaster of Arts in Psychology student Jennifer Roters will defend the thesis “Responses to adversity in childhood: The effect of sex on attachment style and personality disorder traits” on Monday, June 10 at 10 a.m. in Plaza 600F.The examination committee includes Dawn Zinga, Chair; Angela Book, Supervisor; Heather Chalmers, External Examiner (Associate Professor, Child and Youth Studies, Brock University); Michael Busseri, Graduate Program Director; and Carolyn Hafer and Andrew Dane, Committee Members. Sociology MA thesis defenceMaster of Arts in Critical Sociology student Sarah Marshall will defend the thesis “Whistleblowing and Moral Dilemmas in Policing: An Analysis of Police Culture and the ‘Blue Code of Silence’” on Tuesday, June 11 at 11 a.m. in WH 147.The examination committee includes Rosemary Condillac, Chair; Tamari Kitossa, Supervisor; James Sheptycki, External Examiner (Department of Social Science, York University); Kevin Gosine, Graduate Program Director and Committee Member; and June Corman, Committee Member. Social Justice and Equity Studies MA thesis defenceSocial Justice and Equity Studies student Anella Bieteru will defend the thesis “Gendered Power Relations and Household Decision-Making in Rural Ghana: The Case of Zambo Community in the Lawra District of the Upper West Region of Ghana” on Wednesday, June 12 at 2 p.m. in STH 456.The examination committee includes Dawn Zinga, Chair; Ifeanyi Ezeonu, Supervisor; Joseph Mensah, External Examiner (Department of Geography, York University); Mary-Beth Raddon, Graduate Program Director and Committee Member; and Andrea Doucet, Committee Member. Master of Education thesis defenceEducation student Nyasha Nyereyemhuka will defend the thesis “Student Equity and Inclusive Education Policy in Ontario: Perspectives of Three High School Principals” on Monday, June 10 at 2 p.m. in WH 147.The examination committee includes Michael Mindzak, Chair; Alana Butler, External Examiner (Queen’s University); Renee Kuchapski, Supervisor; and Denise Armstrong and Louis Volante, Committee Members.
MADRID — Sergio Ramos has denied breaking anti-doping rules as suggested by German magazine Der Spiegel in the latest “Football Leaks” revelations.The magazine reported Ramos failed a doping test after the Champions League final against Juventus in 2017, and that the Real Madrid captain did not follow proper procedures when asked to take a test after a Spanish league match in April this year.Speaking after Madrid’s 3-0 loss at Eibar in the Spanish league on Saturday, Ramos denied any wrongdoing and said he has instructed his legal team to take action.“I’ve been tested 250, 300 times in my career and there was never anything wrong,” Ramos said. “I’ll take action because there are people who are trying to taint my career.”Madrid released a statement on Friday denying Ramos broke anti-doping rules.UEFA also said that it “strongly and categorically refutes unfounded allegations it has covered up positive doping results.”___More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/tag/apf-Soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_SportsThe Associated Press
A 21-MONTH-OLD girl has died after being struck by a car in southwest Dublin.The girl was fatally injured when she struck by a car at about 5:30pm yesterday evening.The incident occurred at Ardmore Walk, a residential area outside Tallaght, close to Citywest.The girl was taken to Tallaght Hospital where she was pronounced dead.The driver of the car was not injured.The scene has been preserved for a technical examination and Garda forensic collision investigators are due at the scene later today.Anyone with information on the incident is asked to contact Gardaí in Tallaght at (01) 666 6000, the Garda Confidential line at 1800 666 111, or any Garda station.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Marina Nicolouleas is a 28-year-old Melbourne-based scientist with a passion for art and an artist with a passion for science. Marina has created an original handcrafted jewellery collection inspired by an era of collapsing bee colonies. She is entirely self-taught and has managed to mix her love for biodiversity and everyday life with her amazing crafting talent and eye for fashion. For her Queen Bee collection, she chose to go by the name Marzrian and answers my first question with an Albert Einstein quote.“If the bee disappeared off the face of the earth, man would only have four years left to live.”“A third of the food served on our plates we owe to the bees,” she tells Neos Kosmos. “If you haven’t heard, bees are suffering from colony collapse disorder (CCD).”According to scientific surveys, if bees become extinct, there will be no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals and no more man.“There have been huge losses from 50-90 per cent of colonies in beekeeping operations across the United States as well as Europe and now New Zealand,” she stresses.“Bees are not just some stinging bastards – they play a significant role in the preservation of all forms of life on this planet.”Marina began hand crafting pieces for her friends and family while she was still at school. After she completed her degree in science and biology, she became even more inspired by Earth’s incredible beauty, which is also why she is so passionate about conserving nature’s balance with her work. “I’ve been artistic from a very young age, always painted and made things myself from pottery to candles, soap even,” she explains.“I love learning how to make new things and for about a year now I’ve been focusing on making unique and sustainable jewellery.”Marina has also previously worked as a marine ranger. Her day consisted of conducting tour activities, from rockpool rambles to snorkelling in marine parks and sanctuaries to educate people about protecting the diverse range of species in our local marine environments.“My previous collection was influenced by the sea and I have also created many statement pieces drawing inspiration from everyday jobs and the people around me,” she adds.“It seems that I like to integrate what I am doing at the time into my work.”The scientist turned artist has managed to live off her artistic side and stay true to her values, in spite of the many difficulties she came across. “My jewellery is made from resin and some types are really toxic and difficult to handle,” she says.“After a lot of experimentation I have found which type guarantees the result I aim to have.“After collecting the dead bees from the hives I keep in my backyard, I have to sand, drill and glue my creations, not to mention wait for them to cure, which might take up to a week,” she continues.Marina tries to make ten pieces at a time and already has several copies of every design that was released on 20 March. She has chosen to add an extra high-end twist to her collection by enclosing gold leaves in the resin, drawing inspiration from the days when honey was referred to as ‘liquid gold’.“As I go along I enrich my collection with more ideas. I recently started making brooches, cuff-links and tie pins since a lot of men like my jewellery, and even make custom-made accessories,” she continues.“I hope that my collection will not only be endorsed as a design statement but as an effort to educate the people who are afraid of bees or are simply ignorant of their great contribution to the environment.”To Marina, the bees are her friends as they also helped her cure the heavy symptoms of her ongoing hayfever.“My family had bee hives when I was little and when I was married, my dad offered a hive for our garden. My husband was reluctant at first but he is even more into it now,” she admits.“I used to suffer from a very intense type of hayfever for more than ten years until I started having a teaspoon of our seasonal honey every day.“It has cured me, as I get no symptoms, but when I stop or when seasons change it starts again. Each season’s honey from your area can work as a natural antihistamine,” Marina adds.Marina and her husband own two hives that host 30,000 bees, yet they haven ever been stung by a bee.“They are some pretty amazing little guys and harmless,” she insists.“Bees sit on you to rest. They get scared with abrupt or violent movement and will only sting you if you threaten them.“If you blow them away or softly brush them away they will just fly off peacefully.”Scientists are trying to raise awareness regarding the demise of bees for years. Australia’s honeybees are currently healthy, however, it only takes one bee carrying one Varroa mite to land on a boat that docks on Australian shores for a colony to be infected. Seven species of Australian bees have no resistance to this mite, which is devastating bee colonies around the globe.“The world as we know it partly exists because of the bees’ good work.”For more information about Marzrian and a sneak peek into the Queen Bee collection, visit www.marzrian.com.au/queenbee
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May 28, 2018 SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County dropped four-tenths of a cent Monday to $3.757, after rising four-tenths of a cent each of the previous three days.The average price is the highest it’s been on Memorial Day since 2015.It is 1.7 cents more than one week ago, 11.4 cents higher than one month ago and 71.8 cents greater than one year ago, according to figures from the AAA and Oil Price Information Service. It has risen 63.5 cents since the start of the year. KUSI Newsroom, San Diego County gas prices drop slightly KUSI Newsroom Posted: May 28, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
Tennis ace-turned-actor Leander Paes was on Wednesday felicitated at a star-rated property in south Delhi by a jewellery house. Actor Priyanshu Chatterjee was also spotted at the do which was attended by Delhi socialites Anjana Kuthiala, Shahnaz Husain, Sapna Maken, Ajiesh Oberoi among others. We got you a recap.
The Directorate of Public Safety calculated that the driver of the Jetta was doing at least 100 kilometers per hour when it hit the Versa. According to preliminary information, both vehicles were heavily damaged with the Jetta leaving extensive braking marks along the highway. The accident resulted in three injured. Two vehicles were considered write-offs after an accident on the eastern highway of Cozumel Island. It was around 2:00 p.m. when the driver of a Jetta collided with a Versa, both locally registered. The crash was recorded at kilometer 42.5 near the San Martin beach. Cozumel, Q.R. — Excessive speed is said to be the cause of a coastal highway accident on Cozumel that left several injured. Passengers of the Versa were trapped inside. Police needed the assistance of the fire department to cut open the vehicle to free the injured who were taken to nearby hospital.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)
5 greatest Kentucky Derby finishes It said Satarov declared himself a prophet _ a claim that contradicts the principles of Islam _ and ordered some 70 of his followers to stop contact with the outside world and live in underground cells they dug under a house outside Kazan in the early 2000s.Vesti quotes prosecutors saying some 20 children, aged between 1 and 17, lived there for years, some of whom have never seen daylight.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) The vital role family plays in society Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates ErrorOK ErrorOK Sponsored Stories New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths MOSCOW (AP) – Russian prosecutors have brought child abuse charges against members of a reclusive Muslim sect accused of keeping some of their children in underground cells for over 10 years.Russia’s Vesti television reported Wednesday that prosecutors in Kazan, the capital of the predominantly Muslim central province of Tatarstan, have also charged Faizrakhman Satarov, the sect’s 83-year-old founder, with negligence. Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements 4 must play golf courses in Arizona Comments Share Top Stories