NS Tory leader resigns amid allegations of inappropriate behaviour

first_imgHALIFAX – Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Leader Jamie Baillie was forced to resign Wednesday after an investigation found he acted inappropriately and breached the legislature’s policy on workplace harassment.Party president Tara Miller said the Tories launched an independent, third-party probe into Baillie’s behaviour after a sexual harassment claim was brought to the party’s attention late last month.“As soon as we became aware of those allegations we took immediate steps to address them,” she told reporters at Province House in Halifax. “The PC party of Nova Scotia does not and will not tolerate sexual harassment in the workplace.”Miller said she is only aware of one individual who has come forward with allegations, but she would not say whether the allegations result from one incident or multiple incidents over time.“In order to respect the confidentiality and privacy of the individual involved, we’re not going to be sharing any more details than what we’ve already disclosed,” she said.Miller said the decision to ask Baillie to step down was supported unanimously by the party caucus.Although caucus members were provided with the “appropriate information” to make a decision, Miller said the investigator’s report has only been disclosed to legal counsel.“We’re very confident that the individual we retained to do this report did a very thorough and careful analysis of the issue,” she said. “The report concluded there had been a breach of the harassment policy.”Miller said the scope of the party’s involvement in the harassment allegation has concluded.A spokeswoman for the Halifax Regional Police said the force has not received a report or complaint against Baillie.“In order to investigate a sexual assault allegation we would need a complainant, we would require somebody like an individual victim or victims,” said Const. Carol McIsaac. “It wouldn’t be our victim-centered approach to investigating this to go and seek out a victim.”Baillie surprised the legislature by announcing his resignation on Twitter, saying he wanted to focus on his family and was “resigning for personal reasons.”“It has been an honour and privilege to lead the PC party for the past seven years,” said Baillie, who became party leader in 2010 after the Tories were ousted from power.“I am resigning for personal reasons,” he said. “My priority is my family and I ask that our privacy be respected.”The announcement came nearly three months after Baillie revealed plans to leave the helm of the official Opposition once a new leader was chosen.Within hours of his tweet, the party issued a statement about the harassment claims, shedding light on why Baillie left so abruptly.The party confirmed Wednesday that caucus chairwoman Karla MacFarlane would immediately become interim leader.MacFarlane, the MLA for Pictou West, said she was “very disappointed (and) sad.“It’s a delicate, delicate issue and it’s been a difficult process,” she said. “It’s a lot to digest but as we all know, no one is above the law.”Rob Batherson, a former party president, called the allegations “shocking.“It’s difficult to square the finding of sexual harassment with the person that I know, knew, and worked with,” he said. “We’re all trying to reconcile it. It’s shocking. It’s not the Jamie that we know or knew.”Baillie, a chartered accountant, rebuilt the Progressive Conservatives from a bruised and battered third-place party into a solid Opposition.“It is strong, it is debt-free and it has the world’s best caucus,” he said last November during a news conference. “We have built a modern, dynamic, truly progressive party that will be a real alternative government for the people of Nova Scotia.”In recent years, Baillie has made ending sexual violence a key political issue.In 2016, the opposition Progressive Conservatives tabled a bill calling for free legal representation for some victims of sexual violence.Baillie said in a statement at the time the bill would enshrine the right of victims to legal representation.MacFarlane said the party will announce the date of a leadership convention in the coming weeks.last_img read more

Argentines return to Europe to escape economic uncertainty

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Tomas Ruiz embraced his father one last time at the Buenos Aires airport before he boarded a plane in search of a new life in Ireland. His sister recently did the same when she moved to Spain.Like many other young Argentines, the siblings hold European passports by descent, and they are returning to the home countries of their grandparents — far from Argentina’s sizzling inflation, high unemployment and sharp currency depreciation.“My country’s situation prompted me to take this decision,” Ruiz said as he finished packing his bags for his trip to Dublin surrounded by photos of his family and friends on the wall. “It was a constant frustration to live constantly on the edge, barely making it to the end of the month.”Ruiz studied gastronomy and was employed as a cafe manager in Argentina’s capital. But even when he worked extra shifts, he couldn’t manage to save money, and for months he had been living with his mother to save on rent.Outside his room, family members left him and his sister farewell messages on a chalkboard. “I love you and I’ll miss you,” his mother wrote. Others said: “The best is yet to come,” and “Crpe diem,” Latin for seize the day.It’s not the first time Argentines have sought shelter in Europe in times of economic uncertainty. Hundreds of thousands emigrated to the old continent to escape hyperinflation in the early 1990s and an economic meltdown in 2001 and 2002.Now, Argentines are losing purchasing power to a nearly 50% annual inflation rate — one of the world’s worst. Many have also protests President Mauricio Macri’s decision to cut subsidies, leading to a spike in the costs of utilities and public transportation.Last year, the Argentine peso lost more than half its value to the U.S. dollar following a run on the local currency, causing the government to seek a record $56 billion bailout loan with the International Monetary Fund to try to come out of the recession.“As a result of the economic crisis and the devaluation, more young professionals are thinking about a future in Europe,” said Alejandro Servide, director of professionals and recruitment process outsourcing at Argentina’s branch of Randstad, the world’s second-largest staffing company.As part of the austerity measures aimed at balancing the budget, Macri’s administration has laid off thousands of government workers and slashed funding for dance, science and other programs. Hundreds recently protested outside the headquarters of the National Scientific and Technical Research Council, Argentina’s main agency for science and technology.“The science sector is suffering because these budget cuts ordered by Macri endanger the continuity of scientific activity,” said Alberto Kornblihtt, a molecular biologist. “This is undoubtedly contributing to a brain drain that we’ve suffered at other times (of crisis) in our country.”There are no official statistics available on how many Argentines have moved to Europe. Argentina’s immigration directorate said it is nearly impossible to keep track of the number because Argentines leaving the country don’t have to provide information on their destination or how long they’ll stay.But academics, research groups and consulting firms agree there has been a rise in the number of people leaving, especially among young, educated Argentines — just as there was during the nation’s worst crisis 17 years ago.Back then, millions were plunged into poverty, more than 20 per cent of the population became unemployed and many reportedly went hungry in a country that is one world’s biggest producers of beef, soy and wheat.“When Argentina goes through these profound crises, people search for options, and just like it happened in 2001-2002 when nearly 800,000 Argentines went abroad, today we’re living through perhaps the initial phase,” said Ariel Gonzalez, executive secretary of the Center for International Studies at the Catholic University of Argentina.“That means that there’s a sector of society — the middle and high class professionals — who are eyeing a Plan B, which is that if the crisis deepens, one of the options would be to go abroad.”Servide said Randstad Argentina carries out about 160 daily interviews for surveys. One of the questions they ask is whether if given the chance, they would be interested in living abroad. “About 80 per cent tell you yes,” he said.Manuel Miglioranza, a 26-year-old lawyer, is moving next month to Toulouse, France. Although he doesn’t have dual Argentine-French nationality, he’s going to take French lessons and find a job through a temporary work permit allowed through a treaty between the two nations.“The economic situation in Argentina is not helping. You can’t progress unless you work for the state or you have dollars,” he said. “I know many people who are leaving.”Millions of Europeans flooded into Argentina in the 19th century to escape war and poverty back home, which has been a source of pride for the country.“Argentina gave peace to those who were escaping war, freedom to those escaping religious persecution, and bread and work to those escaping hunger,” said Horacio Garcia, director of Argentina’s National Migration Directorate.“Of the last six presidents, four of them were first-generation sons of immigrants,” Garcia noted. “Their fathers came to Argentina with a cardboard suitcase, and they saw that their children in a short amount of time became presidents of the nation. That hardly happens anywhere else in the world.”By the 20th century, a strong workforce along with export earnings from agricultural products and beef had helped turn Argentina into one of the wealthiest countries in the world.Argentines were also among “the most Europeanized and educated people in Latin America,” Gabriela Nouzeilles and Graciela Montaldo write in their anthology “The Argentina Reader: History, Culture and Politics.”“Their literacy rate (about 90 per cent) was the highest by far. Until 1945, the country boasted the highest per capita income on the continent, the most extensive urbanization, the largest middle class, as well as the best newspapers, universities, and publishing houses.”But political mismanagement and lower prices for agricultural products that form the country’s economic backbone have for decades led to cyclical booms and busts.The Spanish government recently launched an initiative that allows a limited number of descendants of Spaniards living in Argentina without a Spanish passport to seek a special three-month work visa. Once they find a job, they can request Spanish nationality and bring their families. There were 76,328 Argentines officially registered by mid-2018 in Spain.“There are many, many Argentines living here. We’re like pigeons — everywhere,” quipped Paz Pucheu, an Argentine now living in Spain.The 25-year-old radio and television announcer went to Barcelona in 2017 when “things got really complicated” in Argentina. She began working at a restaurant and eventually landed a job at a local radio station.“Like other Latin American countries, Argentina was a Spanish colony. With friends now we joke around that we’re colonizing our colonizers,” she said.__Associated Press journalists Paul Byrne and Demian Bio in Buenos Aires, Aritz Parra in Madrid and Renata Brito in Barcelona, Spain, contributed to this report.Luis Andres Henao, The Associated Press read more

Ban sends report to General Assembly on followup to inquiry into Gaza

5 February 2010Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has transmitted a report to the General Assembly on the follow-up to the report made by the United Nations fact-finding mission into the deadly conflict in the Gaza Strip at the start of last year. Mr. Ban’s report – submitted at the request of the General Assembly – concerns the implementation of the recommendations of the fact-finding mission, led by Justice Richard Goldstone, a former UN war crimes prosecutor, into the conflict.It contains submissions from the Israeli Government, the Palestinian Authority and the Swiss Government, all received before Mr. Ban’s report was finalized. The report is now being sent to UN Member States.The Goldstone Report, as it has become known, found that both Israeli forces and Palestinian militants were guilty of serious human rights violations and breaches of humanitarian law during the Gaza conflict, which began in late December 2008.The four-member fact-finding team, set up at the request of the UN Human Rights Council, called on the two sides to carry out independent credible investigations into their actions during the conflict.In his report this week Mr. Ban stressed that he hoped Israel and the Palestinians conduct those inquiries appropriately.“International humanitarian law needs to be fully respected and civilians must be protected in all situations and circumstances,” the Secretary-General wrote.“The Secretary-General remains personally moved by the plight of all civilians harmed during the Gaza conflict,” Mr. Ban’s spokesperson told journalists today. “He was at the forefront of the efforts to stop the fighting in Gaza. He was the first international leader to visit after the fighting and express his solidarity with victims on both sides of the conflict. He has consistently called for credible domestic investigations, and did so again in this report. “Looking forward, the Secretary-General is firmly leading the advocacy and planning for the rebuilding of Gaza’s civilian infrastructure.” read more

Sri Lankans less happy now according to Happiness Report

The latest world ‘Happiness Report 2017′ has found that Sri Lankans are less happy now than they were between 2013-2015.According to the report, Sri Lanka is ranked 120 out of 155 countries between 2014-2016 with Norway at number one. In the 2016 report Sri Lanka was ranked at 117 for the years 2013-2015. Countries in sub-Saharan Africa and those hit by conflict have predictably low scores. Syria placed 152 of 155 countries – Yemen and South Sudan, which are facing impending famine, came in at 146 and 147.The World Happiness Report was released to coincide with the United Nations’ International Day of Happiness on 20 March. (Colombo Gazette) The World Happiness Report measures “subjective well-being” – how happy the people are, and why. Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland and and Finland round out the top five, while the Central African Republic came last, the BBC reported.Western Europe and North America dominated the top of table, with the US and UK at 14th and 19th, respectively. read more

CN Rails recently departed CEO earned 123 million in 2017 — only

MONTREAL — Canadian National Railway Co.’s former chief executive received $12.3 million in compensation last year, before he left the company as it struggles through operational and customer service challenges, the Montreal-based railway said in a regulatory filing.Luc Jobin’s total compensation was up from $8.3 million in 2016, when he assumed the top job halfway through the year. He was chief financial officer for the first six months.His total compensation was slightly lower than the Royal Bank’s Dave McKay, at $12.4 million, the best compensated of Canada’s top five bank CEOs in 2017.But he was far behind Keith Creel, who was paid $20.1 million, including $10.5 million in stock options last year to head Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.Crude-by-rail price hikes expected to put pressure on western oil producers‘We apologize’: CN and CP reiterate recovery plan amid continued grain backlogCN apologizes, promises immediate action, $250-million investment to keep grain shipments movingJobin last year received $1.4 million in salary, $5.15 million in share-based awards, $2.7 million in option-based awards and $2.6 million in annual bonus. The remaining money came from pension values and other compensation.On March 5, CN Rail’s board of directors announced Jobin’s departure and the appointment of Jean-Jacques Ruest, a 22-year veteran of the company, as interim president and CEO. Ruest will also remain chief marketing officer while the board conducts a global search for a full-time chief executive.In the filing ahead of its April 24 annual meeting in Toronto, CN Rail said the company was in the process of finalizing arrangements relating to Jobin’s departure “in the context of applicable legal requirements and the company’s plans.”Jobin received $4.8 million in compensation in 2015, including an extra $830,000 paid in February 2016 because of extra duties he assumed during former CEO Claude Mongeau’s medical leave of absence.As chief marketing officer, Ruest’s total compensation increased three per cent last year to $4.6 million.In a message to shareholders, CN chairman Robert Pace and Ruest described 2017 as a “notable year for CN with unprecedented volume growth.”Its revenues increased eight per cent to $13 billion as volume records were set in international intermodal, frac sand, coal, propane, and potash.CN Rail’s net profits surged 51 per cent to nearly $5.5 billion as it was helped by lower U.S. taxes. Adjusted profits were up six per cent to $3.8 billion or $4.99 per share.“It was also a year that ended with operational challenges,” they wrote.CN said it faced disruptions in the Western region caused by unusual weather conditions in the fall, including wind storms and mudslides, followed by harsh early winter conditions across the network.The railway hired 3,400 employees and is hiring hundreds more while also increasing its capital spending this year to $3.2 billion from $2.7 billion. read more

Youth unemployment a ticking bomb for security in West Africa UN study

Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah, the Special Representative of the Secretary General for West Africa, said prospects for peace in the war-wracked region were limited because of the frustrations and social instability caused by so many young people not having jobs, his Office (UNOWA) said in a press release issued from Senegal.“The future of the entire region is threatened by the growing numbers of youth who lack prospects of ever being able to work for a reasonable living. Until this situation changes, the likelihood of having genuine peace, security and development in West Africa will remain small,” Mr. Ould-Abdallah said.The Special Representative briefed a panel in New York earlier this week on ways to improve the situation, which was described as a “ticking bomb” for West Africa. The report outlined several priorities, including the need to combat corruption, ways to involve the private sector more and how to improve schemes for apprenticeship and vocational training of young people.“Unemployment feeds violence, and violence feeds unemployment,” Mr. Ould-Abdallah, told reporters on Thursday, again emphasizing the linkage between unemployed youths and violence, and calling on national Governments in the region to review their job-creation practices.Recommendations from UNOWA’s “Youth Unemployment and Regional Insecurity in West Africa” study were directed at governments of the sub-region, donor countries, international organizations and the private sector. This week’s panel meeting in New York was preparation for the upcoming high-level UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) gathering that will focus on “productive employment and decent work for all.” read more

Canada Post proposes to increase rates

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Canada Post proposes to increase rates Canada Post is proposing to increase both domestic and international postage rates next year in a move it says is necessary to offset a continuing decline in mail volumes.The federal Crown corporation wants to raise the prices of Canadian and U.S. stamps bought in booklets, coils or sheets for most letter mail weighing 30 grams or less.If approved, the increase would mean each domestic stamp would cost 90 cents – an increase of five cents – as of Jan. 11.The hike would not apply to single domestic stamps, which cost $1.U.S. stamps would increase to $1.25 from $1.20, while stamps for other international destinations would go to $2.60 from $2.50.Canada Post says it also plans to increase domestic rates for mail heavier than 30 grams.It says a full outline of the proposed rate changes will be published Saturday in the Canada Gazette, kicking off a 30-day public consultation period prior to a final decision. Image via canadapost.ca by Sandra Prusina Posted Jul 9, 2015 3:21 pm MDT read more

Weak demand hampers 2013 CV manufacturing

Click through to download the UK CV manufacturing news release for the full year 2013.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Production of commercial vehicles fell 21.7% in 2013, to 87,671 units.Weak demand in Europe produced difficult environment for CV manufacturers.Output predicted to stay subdued into 2014. “Production of commercial vehicles struggled in 2013, due to restructuring of manufacturing operations and difficult economic conditions across Europe,” said Mike Hawes, SMMT Chief Executive. “With early signs of recovery on the continent and better performance in the truck and bus sectors, there are reasons to be positive, but we expect overall volumes to remain subdued for some months yet.”

EYEWITNESS The beat goes on…

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedEYEWITNESS: Searching for…May 24, 2018In “EYEWITNESS”EYEWITNESS: Commemorating…August 7, 2018In “EYEWITNESS”EYEWITNESS: Mout’ open…March 21, 2018In “EYEWITNESS” …with the PNCYour Eyewitness has to fess up. He’d never realised all these past 25 years the date of the birth of the PNC – which killed democracy in Guyana – was to the birth of democracy on Oct 5th: the day after! The Big Guy up there does have a sense of humour. But then HE did arrange “birth and death” as one of those “pair of opposites” some folks are always carrying on about!!So, the PNC leaders raised their party’s flag yesterday, and your Eyewitness breathed a sigh of relief when he saw it wasn’t over the Court of Appeal. This, of course, was what their Founder Leader Burnham had done after he declared the PNC was “paramount” over the government and the state.Just as Burnham had done when he was squeezed into office with the UF in 1964, the APNU isn’t showing all its cards just yet.That will come after 2020 – which might just stretch into 2021 – when we’ll have our defining elections for the next three decades. That defining moment for Burnham’s PNC came in 1968 when – as the US classified files show – he came up with several stratagems to “fix” the elections scheduled for that year.He was allowed to get away with his dirty deed cause the US had a bee in their bonnet about Cheddi and the Commies.Since the latter has disappeared, is it the oil this time? Ah well, politics and economics were always joined at the hip. Even Marx referred to “political economy”. But 1968 brings up that PNC leader who Pressie studiously avoids mentioning in his panegyrics – Desmond Hoyte. Was it because Hoyte bypassed him for the Chief of Staff position in favour of Joe Singh?Anyhow Hoyte was critical to our first electoral rigging in 1968 – which led to the neutering of the PPP as well as the expulsion of the UF. Hoyte was a young lawyer in Burnham’s law firm of Martin and Clark – and he was seconded to the then Guyana Elections Commission.He piloted the approval of the electoral list being extracted from the General Registration rolls – which allowed to any number of PNC’s supporters being “created” and enfranchised.The rest, as they say, is history. A sordid history, but history nevertheless – and one that almost certainly, is about to be repeated. In the upcoming “farce”, the AFC will be discarded like a used condom even though it provided protection for the dirty deed about to be consummated on the Guyanese people.But who said politics is played by the Marquis of Queensbury Rules? Not the PNC!!…with preferential politicsWell, Pressie did advise the gathered African organisations during their August soiree to make their demands. Ask, he said, and it will be given unto them.ACDA just stepped up to the crease – and boy did they hit some big shots!!It seems “the APNU+AFC government (is) fearful and hesitant to work towards economic parity for African-Guyanese (because) the PPP, its agents, supporters, some media houses and persons, have started a vicious and rabid propaganda campaign against any effort to level the economic playing field.”Evidently, the government had budgeted spending for the African community but the “fear” has paralysed the government from spending its allocated budget.Now we know the reason for this anomalous state of spending!Seems the procurement system is also “skewed”!! And there needs to be more firings by the government since there’s “the retaining of persons who have and continue to work at sabotaging every effort that would bring economic justice to African-Guyanese.”There goes that last Indian PS left standing!!!…with army takeoverThe 10th UG VC – who made a career of consulting with the US Military – just made the 50 year old GDF Officer Cadets’ Course equivalent into a UG Diploma.Facilitates GDF Officers’ qualifications for civilian govt posts!! read more

From 14yearold Olympian to sporting icon the story of Tom Daleys incredible

first_img Share Tweet Email From 14-year-old Olympian to sporting icon – the story of Tom Daley’s incredible rise The British diver chats to The42 about his decorated career. Saturday 21 Jan 2017, 8:30 AM SINCE THE AGE of seven, Tom Daley has devoted his life to the sport of diving. And suffice to say, he is a genuine prodigy.His father, Rob, had encouraged him to take up the sport from a young age, and from there he has seldom looked back, breaking records and winning competitions at various levels ever since.One day, in September 2002, when casually taking diving lessons, Daley was spotted by a prominent coach in the sport. Before he knew it, he was involved in competitive action. Within a year, he had won a silver medal at the National Novice Championships.In 2007, the year he entered his teens, Daley finished runner-up in the British Championships in the Men’s Platform behind Olympic silver medalist Peter Waterfield. That same year, he achieved the World Championship qualification standard, but was deemed too young to compete.The intense training and dedication needed to reach this level would have left little time for normal childhood and teenage activities, but Daley has no regrets about missing out in this regard.“You have to sacrifice a lot to be the best that you can be,” he tells The42. “I had to sacrifice going to see my friends after school. The parties. Going and staying out late. Not being able to eat certain things.All those things you have to sacrifice, but when you end up going to an Olympic Games, you get to travel round the world, competing and doing what you love, it makes a massive difference. It makes you feel like everything was worth it.”Aged just 14 years and 81 days, Daley became the second youngest male ever to represent Britain at the Olympics — Ken Lester, who was a cox to a rowing pair at the 1960 Olympic Games, was slightly younger.Daley grew up idolising Canadian diver Alexandre Despatie, another prodigy who earned gold at the 1998 Commonwealth Games aged 13. Moreover, at the same age, Daley had already become the youngest gold medallist at the European Championships.It wasn’t by any means an easy path to success for the precocious talent, however. Daley’s rise inevitably generated considerable publicity. US station NBC sent a crew down to his native Plymouth to film Daley at the local diving club prior to the 2008 Beijing Games. Unimpressed newspaper columnists suggested he was too young to compete. He was even bullied continuously by classmates, prompting his father to temporarily withdraw him from school.Yet Daley didn’t let these distractions overwhelm him. For someone so young, his performance in Beijing was remarkably assured, as the starlet finished eighth in the Olympic synchronised 10m platform and seventh in the individual 10m platform competition, notwithstanding a much-publicised dispute with his partner in the former event.In 2008 (at the Olympics), I was 14,” he says. “I was a kid. I didn’t really know what was going on. I just thought it was another competition.”Of course, following such an impressive first performance for someone so inexperienced, expectations were much higher ahead of the 2012 Games. Considered one of Britian’s best medal prospects, Daley was among a select group of athletes tracked by the BBC series Olympic Dreams prior to the London Games. Tom Daley was competing at the Olympics by the age of 14. Source: PA Archive/PA ImagesDespite the increasing pressure, Daley continued to astound, becoming the youngest-ever FINA World Champion in the individual event at the age of 15 in 2009. That same year, he was ranked number one in the FINA World Diving Rankings for the 10m platform for the first time.At the 2010 Commonwealth Games, Daley’s relentless success continued, as he took home gold medals in the 10m Individual Platform competition and the 10m synchro diving (along with fellow Team FB star Max Brick).Yet tragedy stuck the following year. Having first been diagnosed with cancer in 2006, his father Robert had been in remission until it was discovered that the tumour had re-emerged during a routine health-check in 2010.Robert had been his son’s biggest supporter, giving up his electrician’s business so he could follow him around the world as the teenage prodigy thrived at various high-profile events. Within a minute of the success at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi, Daley was on the phone to his tearful father, who was undergoing chemotherapy at the time and therefore for once couldn’t attend the event in person.Daley Senior had hoped to live to see his son compete at the 2012 Olympics, but tragically passed away 14 months prior to the event at the age of 40.You are my biggest source of motivation dad! I will make you proud!” a 17-year-old Daley tweeted at the time.The youngster, who has been nominated for the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award five times and the main accolade twice, winning the former three times, managed the lofty expectations incredibly well at the London Olympics.Despite some controversial moments, and occasions where it looked like he would go home disappointed, Daley ultimately dealt with the pressure in an accomplished manner and emerged with a bronze medal.Going into 2012, it was obviously a lot of pressure,” he says. “It was a home Olympic Games. I was 18. I’d done lots of competitions already. And I went into it really wanting to win a medal and to win a medal in front of a home crowd was really one of the most amazing experiences ever.”Yet the boy who seemingly had it all began to suffer the kind of inner turmoil that more than a few athletes will be familiar with, particularly in the aftermath of experiencing the extraordinary highs that success at the Olympics tends to produce.Daley ultimately suffered from obsessive-compulsive thoughts and underwent various treatments, including post-traumatic stress therapy.By 2013, he was even considering quitting the sport he loved so much. His late father’s absence during this distressing period was deeply felt.He always knew what to say to make me feel better,” he said in an interview with The Daily Mail last year. “If I was doing well or not doing well he was just there to be supportive.“Sometimes after training sessions he would just drive and we would get ice cream. Without even speaking he would know what was up and he would just make it all better, he just knew how to make me happy.” Tom Daley’s partner Dustin Lance Black shows his support in the stands at the Maria Lenk Aquatics Centre on the third day of the Rio Olympic Games. Source: PA Wire/PA ImagesHe credits his partner Dustin Lance Black, the director and Oscar-winning screenwriter of the film Milk, with helping to turn his life around. Without him, Daley says, it is unlikely he would have competed at Rio.Black, to whom Daley is now engaged, encouraged him to come out, and in 2014, the star opened up about his sexuality via a YouTube video, consequently receiving much praise for doing so.Another Olympics followed, with Daley travelling to Rio in what he described at the time as peak physical condition. And subsequently, he emulated his London achievement of winning bronze, though this time it was in 10m (synchro), with the Team GB athlete finishing a disappointing 18th in the individual event.“The Olympics were full of highs and lows for me,” he recalls. “Coming away with the bronze in the synchro event with Dan Goodfellow was one of the best things ever.Going into the individual event, I felt like I was in the best space physically and mentally. I won the Prelim Olympic record and was really happy with it, and then I was obviously devastated the next day when I didn’t quite make it through to the final.“We’ve gone back and forth and debriefed it and analysed and now it’s about focusing on the things we’ve learnt going forward from here to try, for the next three-and-a-half years leading into 2020, to be the best we can be.” Great Britain’s Tom Daley (right) reacts after being eliminated the Men’s 10m Platform Semifinal at Maria Lenk Aquatics Centre on the fifteenth day of the Rio Olympic Games. Source: PA Wire/PA ImagesAnd what is his prevailing theory on where it went wrong in Rio? With diving an especially mental sport with little margin for error or loss of concentration over a brief time period, Daley suggests he simply had an off day.There was nothing there particularly that stood out that was the reason for it (going wrong in the individual event). We’d done everything that we possibly could have to be in the right place, but sometimes, it just happens on the day.“There could be a build-up of things. Even the littlest of things like trying to do five events instead of just doing two and trying to stretch my body. So when I end up going back to two events, it seems easy.” Great Britain’s Tom Daley (right) and Daniel Goodfellow (left) celebrate with their bronze medals after the Men’s Synchronised 10m Platform Final at the Maria Lenk Aquatics Centre on the third day of the Rio Olympic Games. Source: Mike EgertonDaley also found the atmosphere in Brazil to be a stark contrast with four years previously.“Going from London 2012, which was quite strict and regimented timing-wise, everything was very punctual… Rio was a completely different experience. It was fun, but it was a lot more casual kind of competition because of the way that the Brazilians were so friendly and wanted to talk all the time. It was a little bit more relaxed.Every time I go to another Olympics, I feel like I’ve got that much more experience under my belt. So 2016 felt like an amazing time for me. I was at the peak physicality that I needed to be.”Despite continuing his pursuit for an elusive Olympic gold, which would no doubt be the crowning achievement of an extraordinary career, Daley remains a much-loved figure. As Keith Duggan of The Irish Times put it when reporting from Rio last summer: “Daley’s popularity transcends his sport and his country: with the exception of Usain Bolt, no foreign athletes received such an excited reception as the Englishman.”His youthful good looks undoubtedly help matters, but the open manner in which Daley has discussed his past problems obviously endears him to the public as well, while it is also not hard to see why this easy-going, amiable character is so well liked after spending half an hour in his company.A smiling Daley arrives into The42’s office fresh from a book signing in Dundrum, leaving a number of excitable admirers in his wake. His fanbase on that particular day at the shopping centre, he says, mainly composed of three demographics: teenage girls, gay men and perhaps most surprisingly, old ladies.Yet despite a somewhat hectic schedule, the 22-year-old seems upbeat and at ease in his surroundings, a million miles away from the troubled individual of four years previously.Furthermore, in light of those post-London 2012 problems, Daley has taken a different approach to dealing with the Rio Olympics’ aftermath .After the Olympics this time around, I had a month off training completely. I had three days where I ate what I wanted, didn’t do any exercise and felt so disgusting that I came right back into exercises and started doing spin classes or yoga classes and all these kind of different things.“This year, I’m definitely taking it a lot easier than I have for some of the other years. Not necessarily ‘easy,’ it’s just doing different things. I didn’t really give myself a chance to do that after 2008 or after 2012.“I’ve gradually been building up my training hours rather than having a month off and coming back to full-time. I had a month off, then I had a month of just dry land, then a month of doing just one session a day, and then this month will be the first month that I’m back to doing my full training regime of six hours a day, six days a week.”And not only is he taking extra care to look after himself, he is also aiming to watch out for others with the release of his new book Tom’s Daily Plan.“The whole idea behind Tom’s Daily Plan started last year when I began doing workout videos on YouTube and tips about lemon water, life hacks, how to sleep and anxiety,” he adds.“The 80 recipes that are in there are for breakfast, lunch, snacks, and even some sweet treats, because I do have got a sweet tooth.At the back (of the book), you’ve got some workouts. They don’t need any equipment and are for all fitness types really. And also, there’s all the mindfulness tips in there too.“The advice that I’d give to someone who hasn’t got the healthiest habits and exercise routine is the fact that it’s a lot easier than you think and it’s not as horrible as you think (to change).The one word that I don’t really like is ‘diet,’ because when people say ‘diet,’ they automatically connect that with ‘I’m going to cheat or I’m going to fail’. Being able to change your lifestyle and to start making healthier choices — having a balance of the right things and making sure you eat in the right portions can make a massive difference.”Tom’s Daily Plan is published by Harper Collins. More info here.Look out for our upcoming video interview with Tom Daley, where he chats about nutrition and Irish Olympian Oliver Dingley. It will be published on the site tomorrow evening.The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Tom Daley had a momentous 2016 in which he won a bronze medal at the Rio Olympics. Image: David Jensen Tom Daley had a momentous 2016 in which he won a bronze medal at the Rio Olympics. Image: David Jensen Jan 21st 2017, 8:30 AM center_img By Paul Fennessy http://the42.ie/3189623 11,965 Views Follow us: the42.ie 4 Comments Short URL ‘I felt f**king ghastly’: The story of Graham Taylor and one of the finest sports films ever made>The Irish pair aiming to make history in the world’s toughest bike race>last_img read more

Extension for filing deeds with Land Registry in Greece

first_imgThe Land Registry or Cadester (Κτηματολόγιο) of Greece has started its exclusive operation in many areas of the country, and the process is already underway in several towns and villages.In those areas where the old cadaster, (υποθηκοφυλάκειο), is still in operation, the land registry process has started collecting property filings and all real estate owners are called to file copies of their various titles, deeds, contracts, topographic plans / survey maps and registration of deeds certificates. They need to do this so that their ownership rights on real estate property is verified and certified in a digitalised system, with much more accuracy on boundary delineation, and owners’ names registration.Anyone, therefore, who owns any type of property right in Greece must find out whether the area where the property is located has already a land registry (κτηματολόγιο) office in operation, or whether the registry process has just started. In the case that it has, the owners must file copies of their titles and survey maps, to prove their ownership rights. The government has granted an extension on the time limits required to file copies of deeds and certificates.Each owner who resides outside of Greece must contact friends, relatives, lawyers etc. in Greece to ask for the specific due date on the specific town or village of Greece. For example, for Lefkada, Nafpaktos, Messologi and Agrinio, the final day for foreign residents is the 10 June. For the Korinthos and Loutraki areas, as well as Pieria, Evrytania, Fthiotida, Arcadia, Argolida and Lasithi, the time limit is until 18 June.READ MORE: Land registry extension deadline for Greeks living abroadFor the islands of Rhodes, Kalymnos, Kos and Karpathos, the due date is on 20 May 2019. For the Laconia area, the date is the 8 July. There are more areas of Greece with various due dates and each property owner must make a search by calling Greece or visiting www.ktimatologio.grFor areas including Zakynthos, Kephalonia, Ithaca, Western Attica, Lemnos and Lesvos, the process has not yet started.At the Municipality of Athens, the filings had been done years ago and on Monday, 22 April, the initial listing of verified property rights will be published. The land registry services have processed the ownership rights declared and have come up with the initial outcome (first phase) of who has what right and where. Each property owner in Athens must check after 22 April 2019 whether their rights have been confirmed and whether their properties have been registered properly and correctly. In some cases, there will be mistakes and property owners must spot them and file objections to correct them.*Attorney at the Supreme Court of Greece, LL.M. (www.greekadvocate.eu/ e-mail: bm-bioxoi@otenet.gr Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Babymetal Drop Incendiary New Single Video Distortion

first_imgThe Japanese pop metal outfit have released a surprise new single and music videoBrian HaackGRAMMYs May 8, 2018 – 11:44 am The Japanese pop metal trio Babymetal dropped a new surprise today as a gift for their legions of rabid fans and to commemorate the opening date of their new world tour, which kicks off with an eight-date U.S. run and will include appearances at some of the world’s most iconic metal festivals.The new video for “Distortion” is the group’s first new release since announcing on May 1 that they have partnered with U.S.-based 5B Artist Management and Records and U.K.-based Cooking Vinyl to launch their own record label, Babymetal Records.Part of the group’s mystique is there incorporation of pseudo lore surrounding their music, in the form of “prophecies,” as Blabbermouth elucidates further:”On April 1, known as ‘Fox Day’, a new prophecy was revealed. The prophecy revealed that up until now we have only experienced the Light Side and there exists an unknown Dark Side …’Distortion’ explores the unrevealed Dark Side …The music video of this song presents this unknown side and marks the important beginning of a new legend.”(How metal is that??)”Distortion” is now available through all major digital streaming services. The U.S. leg of Babymetal’s world tour starts tonight in Kansas City, Mo., and will run through May 20, wrapping up at Rock On The Range before skipping across the Atlantic for a series of European dates. Further show details can be found on Babymetal’s official website.Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs”Read more Facebook Babymetal Drop Incendiary New Single, Video “Distortion” Watch: Babymetal’s New “Distortion” Video babymetal-drop-incendiary-new-single-video-distortion Twitter News Email last_img read more

Jacqueline Fernandez is hotness personified on the latest cover of Brides Today

first_imgJacqueline Fernandez on magazine coverPR HandoutMaking the scorching summer even hotter, Jacqueline Fernandez sets the screen on fire with her enticing gaze and sizzling sexiness as she poses on the latest cover of Brides Today Magazine.The sultry actress is seen wearing a burgundy noir scorcher with a deep neck and sheer detailing which is ideal for an evening of unapologetic glamour.Brides Today took to their social media and shared the cover captioning, “Summer’s Sexy Sweetheart #JacquelineFernandez graces our April issue – as we dive into a pool of vintage cocktail looks and set on a fantastical journey with this social media influencer and dream girl of Bollywood”.The actress is a fashionista and can pull off any look from Indian ethnic lehnga, Saree to a gown or bodycon dress and proof of the same has been seen at the events where the actress is spotted.One of the most active celebrities on Instagram, Jacqueline Fernandez time and again treats the audience with insights from her life. From sharing pictures of her everyday phenomenon to giving major fitness goals.Jacqueline Fernandez has slayed it every time proving as the ultimate fashion diva.last_img read more

Former Houston City Council Member And Urban Planning Advocate Peter Brown Dies

first_imgPhoto provided by Chris Brown via Sylvester Turner Twitter feed (@SylvesterTurner) Former Houston City Council Member Peter Brown died on December 12, 2017, at the age of 81.Former Houston City Council member Peter Brown died Tuesday at the age of 81, his family announced.His son, City Controller Chris Brown, made the announcement via Twitter and explained his father had passed away “after a long battle with cancer.”The Office of the Houston City Controller has issued the following statement on behalf of City Controller Chris B. Brown. Please direct all inquiries to Max Moll at max.moll@houstontx.gov or by phone at (832) 294-9987. pic.twitter.com/tbcNWJX8SK— Chris B. Brown (@ChrisB_Brown) December 12, 2017Brown, who distinguished himself as an advocate of urban planning and pedestrians, run for Mayor of Houston in 2009, but he didn’t win the election. Sharelast_img read more

St Kitts to welcome its first ever RitzCarlton in 2021

first_img Share << Previous PostNext Post >> CHEVY CHASE, MD — The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company has set its sights on the tiny island of St. Kitts, announcing its first-ever property in the destination in the year 2021.The company announced a newly signed management agreement with The Liamuiga Corporation to open a Ritz-Carlton resort in St. Kitts, which will include 125 suites plus 25 branded villas and residences. Located on the picturesque Southeast Peninsula, it will also boast a luxury spa, several swimming pools, and indoor and outdoor dining facilities and meeting spaces.“We are excited to bring The Ritz-Carlton brand to the stunning island of St. Kitts and are happy to have found the right opportunity to do so,” said Lisa Holladay, Global Brand Leader for The Ritz-Carlton. “This collaboration will help meet the increased demand for luxury travel offerings on St. Kitts and we look forward to welcoming guests to experience The Ritz-Carlton’s legendary service set against such a breathtaking backdrop.”More news:  Beep, beep! Transat hits the streets with Cubamania truckThe Ritz-Carlton resort is estimated to create 300 jobs on the island during construction, with a further expected 250 jobs once it becomes operational.Added Lindsay Fitz-Patrick Grant, Minister of Tourism, International Trade, Industry and Commerce for St. Kitts: “We have maintained our focus on enhancing our tourism offerings and we are committed to ensuring sustainable investment and employment in St. Kitts. I am elated that we have such an eminent group working together on this project in what is surely going to be one of the best resorts in the Caribbean.” Tags: Ritz Carlton Posted bycenter_img Travelweek Group Wednesday, February 14, 2018 St. Kitts to welcome its first ever Ritz-Carlton in 2021last_img read more

Voyages Sails in the Desert Hotel wins coveted Conde Nast Traveller UK

first_imgSails in the Desert hotel at Voyages Ayers Rock Resort in the Northern Territory has been voted number one by Conde Nast Traveller UK’s discerning readers in the ‘Overseas Leisure Hotels – Australasian & South Pacific’ category at the 2010 Condé Nast Traveller Awards announced in London last week. The magazine is one of the UK’s leading luxury travel publications and is highly regarded as an authoritative voice in the travel industry globally.With iconic Uluru (Ayers Rock) right on its doorstep, Voyages Sails in the Desert won the category on scores of 95.26 for ambience/décor and 92.22 for its sensational desert location. Placing it at number 20 in The World’s Top 100, Mark Campbell, Voyages’ Group General Manager – Marketing and Sales, commented:  “To win such a prestigious magazine’s annual awards is a fantastic accolade to Sails in the Desert.  Coming from the magazine’s readers, people who have actually stayed at the hotel, to be rated number 20 overall in the World’s top travel experiences is a great testimony to the standing of the property and what it has to offer the traveller.”Located adjacent to Sails in the Desert and Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park with uninterrupted views of Uluru, Voyages Longitude 131˚ also scored highly taking 14th place in the ‘Overseas Leisure Hotels – Australasian & South Pacific ‘ category.Incorporating dramatic outback landscapes with the history and traditions of one of the world’s oldest cultures, the Anangu people, Voyages Ayers Rock Resort sits at the gateway to the dual World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, providing a range of accommodation options for more than 300,000 visitors each year.Designed by well-known Australian architect Phillip Cox and named after the soaring white sails that crown its roof, Sails in the Desert is Voyages Ayers Rock Resort’s premium property. Source = Voyageslast_img read more

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first_imgFlights to London could become more popular with overseas travellers after the city was voted the most exciting in Europe, according to a TripAdvisor poll.The website’s third annual European Cities Survey, which questioned more than 3,000 European travellers, also revealed that the capital is still viewed as the most expensive place on the continent, followed by Paris and Venice.At the other end of the scale, the Portuguese city of Lisbon was voted the best-value city in Europe, ahead of Prague.London emerged as the easiest city in Europe to travel around, however it was also voted as the worst for food for the second year running.”Europe’s cities all have their highs and lows, but it’s great that London has been crowned the most exciting,” said Emma O’Boyle, a spokesperson for the site.”With the London Olympics only two years away it’s encouraging to see the fundamental issues of safety and transport already scoring highly with visitors.”Latest BAA figures show that 7.5 million passengers passed through its London region airports in June – although that represents a drop on last year, it is believed Heathrow would have seen more passengers last month had it not been for industrial action.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Related2012 Travel Trends Report from SkyscannerFind out which destinations came top in 2012, and where everyone’s heading in 2013!Head to Istanbul, Prague and Madrid for best value weekend awaySkyscanner reveals the best and worst value city breaks destinations in Europe.The Queen on SLO Republic Royal tour: Interest in Eastern Europe Up 41%The Queen on SLO Republic Royal tour: Interest in Eastern Europe Up 41%last_img read more

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