The High Level wildfire continues to grow, now up to 280,000 hectares. That’s larger than the Greater Vancouver area. #yeg #yyc #abfire #absmoke pic.twitter.com/cuakpWa3Xv— Courtney Theriault (@cspotweet) June 1, 2019The Chuck Egg Creek fire, near High Level stretches, 100 kilometres, long from the northern tip to the southern.Thick, acrid smoke continues to blanket much of the province south of the fires, causing poor air quality.Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says Ottawa has granted Alberta’s request for help from the Canadian Forces.READ MORE: Federal government will provide support for Alberta wildfire The military will help airlift evacuees, transport supplies and provide medical assistance.There were 29 active fires Friday — including 10 considered out-of-control.People in Slave Lake, a town of 65-hundred that was partially destroyed by a wildfire in 2011, have been told to be ready to leave with eight hours notice.The Alberta government is warning that any hot, dry, windy weather will make fighting the fires difficult.Crews from across Canada are in the province doing their best to help. ALBERTA — Crews fighting more than two dozen wildfires in Alberta are hoping Mother Nature will help them out Saturday.There’s some rain in the forecast that could dampen some fire activity, but officials aren’t counting on the weather.So far, more than 10-thousand people have been forced from their homes and at least one energy company has shut down some operations.Derek Gagnon, provincial information officer with Alberta Wildfire says High Level has seen some scattered showers.“It’s hopeful we will see a little bit more over the next while but there is nothing that is really rain, like a sustained rain that sees a lot of precipitation fall within a short amount of time and it has been weeks since we’ve seen that, High Level is seeing drought like conditions right now,” added Gagnon. “So without rain, it is very difficult for these wildfires to get contained because the fuels around them are so dry and so ready to ignite.”
OTTAWA – The Bank of Canada is keeping its key interest rate steady as its senior officials insist there are more signs the economy’s abrupt winter deceleration was short-lived.The central bank, as widely expected, kept its trend-setting rate at 1.75 per cent Wednesday and governor Stephen Poloz appears to be in no hurry to make a move, even as he points to economic improvements.The bank said in a statement that there’s growing evidence the economy has been re-emerging in the second quarter of this year following a slowdown in late 2018 and early 2019.The statement said indicators show the oil sector is beginning to recover while the national housing market is stabilizing and job growth remains strong.It said recent data also point to growth in consumer spending, exports and business investment.However, the central bank says that the economy also faces expanding trade risks following the escalation of international conflicts and Chinese restrictions on Canadian goods that are already having a direct impact on exports.
Over the weekend the Arab League requested that the Council impose a no-fly zone against Mr. Qadhafi’s air force, which has been pounding cities held by his opponents, according to media reports, but today’s Council session met in closed consultations – including the briefing by Under-Secretary-General B. Lynn Pascoe – and no details were officially released.Meanwhile, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s Special Envoy for Libya, former Jordanian foreign minister Abdul Elah al-Khatib, arrived in Tripoli, the capital, and in a meeting with Libyan Foreign Minister Musa Kusa reiterated the calls by Mr. Ban and the Council for an immediate end to the violence.Mr. Khatib called for cooperation from the authorities on human rights and humanitarian concerns and was assured by senior Libyan officials that the Government would fully cooperate with the Commission of Inquiry recently authorized by the UN Human Rights Council. He urged the Government to allow unfettered access for all relevant UN agencies to assist the Libyan people and alleviate the suffering of those affected.Mr. Khatib’s team will assess the situation on the ground and “undertake broad consultations with Libyan authorities on the immediate humanitarian, political and security situation,” Mr. Ban said last Friday, stressing that he has instructed the envoy to convey “in no uncertain terms” the concerns of the UN and the international community as expressed in Security Council resolutions.In a unanimously adopted resolution the Council last month imposed sanctions against the Libyan authorities, placing an arms embargo on the country and freezing the assets of its leaders, while referring the ongoing violent repression of civilian demonstrators to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, Netherlands.ICC prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo subsequently announced that he is opening an investigation into Mr. Qadhafi, some of his sons and members of his inner circle for crimes against humanity in repressing peaceful protesters in violence that has claimed hundreds or even thousands of lives, according to media reports. Mr. Ban has said Mr. Qadhafi lost his legitimacy when he declared war on his people.The UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Libya, Rashid Khalikov, arrived in Tripoli over the weekend and has met with authorities to discuss access for humanitarian aid workers throughout the country. Hundreds of thousands of refugees, mainly migrant workers, have already fled across the borders into Tunisia and Egypt. “The Government has informed Mr. Khalikov that his mission would be granted access to locations outside Tripoli during his visit, including to areas of recent fighting,” spokesperson Farhan Haq told a news briefing in New York.“The Humanitarian Coordinator’s team has observed that Tripoli appears calm, with shops being open and people moving freely in the city. But it has also observed a large number of migrant workers forming long lines outside airport terminals and in makeshift camps outside the airport,” he said.Mr. Khalikov briefed Mr. Khatib about his talks and the field visits he has so far made. 14 March 2011The Security Council was briefed today on the latest events in Libya by the United Nations political chief amid mounting concern over the fighting between Colonel Muammar Al-Qadhafi’s forces and opponents seeking his ouster.
(Update)Last week we told you about Kimm Fletcher, the brave Milton wife and mother who is dying of cancer and must pay for a drug not covered by the Ontario Health Insurance Plan in the hopes of extending her life by some months. Kimm isn’t giving up in her fight to get OHIP to pay for the drug Avastin. Wednesday, she took her fight to Queen’s Park as Scot Urquhart explains.There aren’t many options left for Kimm Fletcher, and Wednesday it seems the Health Minister closed off one more: “The recommendation is that it not be funded for the treatment of this disease, on the basis that treatment has not been proven to improve survival Speaker.”Fletcher came to Queens Park hoping for help to fund the drug that costs roughly eight thousand dollars a month. Q: Lets say you don’t get coverage. How will you pay for this for the next year? Kimm: “Through the kindness of strangers and the hard work of all my friends and family, my community. That’s how i’m going to pay for it.”Fletcher has a stage four brain tumour. She also has two young children. She’s not looking for a cure. She’s just looking for a few more months: “Obviously, we’re going to continue ongoing. I can’t give up. This is my family. This is us.”However, Health Minister Deb Matthews says there’s not much she can do: “We have asked a lot in this legislature, that takes the politics out of drug funding. And it would be against the law for me to intervene in a particular case for a particular drug.”Although Health Canada has approved Avastin for treating stage four Gioblastoma, the Ontario committee to evaluate drugs, a government review panel has not. Matthews: “So I think the law is the right law. I think these decisions should be made by experts. I do not think these decisions should be made by politicians.”But Carlos Joseph, would disagree: “If it helps, why not? You know, let them enjoy their lives.”Carlos lives in the same city as Kimm. Has the same kind of tumour. Before he started Avastin four months ago: “Couldn’t speak, couldn’t do anything. Sitting down I might fall off the chair and stuff like that.”But after just a handful of treatments: “I find I can do more. Still get out there and enjoying myself.”Both Carlos and Kimm know that Avastin will not save their lives, but Carlos believes, compassion should manner: “Give us a chance to live. Don’t just write us off.”Avastin has already been approved for use in treating brain tumours in B.C., Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Both Carlos and Kimm are hoping, with a little bit of pressure from Ontario voters, it may soon be approved here, as well. Both Kimm and Carlos have Facebook pages that tell their stories. Also check our previous story on Kimm Fletcher for more information.refused OHIP coverage 00:00:00 | 00:00:00::Projekktor V1.3.09
Price City Press ReleaseJason Huntzinger will have images from his series “Riverwalk Meditations” on display at the 2nd Floor Gallery of Price City Hall located at 185 East Main Street through July 30. Huntzinger had a solo exhibition of “Riverwalk Meditations” at USU Gallery East in January. The photographs are black and white infrared studies of light and shadow made on the Helper Riverwalk in Helper. There will be a reception for Huntzinger on Wednesday, June 12 at 6 p.m. Pieces are available for purchase. Individual workshops are also available on the Helper Riverwalk this summer. Please message Jason Huntzinger/Artist on Facebook or email email@example.com if interested.
OSU redshirt freshman defensive end Sam Hubbard (6) defends during a game against Western Michigan on Sept. 26 at Ohio Stadium. OSU 38-12. Credit: Samantha Hollingshead / Photo EditorThe Ohio State defense has nearly been an impenetrable blockade for opposing offenses so far in 2015.Through four weeks, the Silver Bullet unit ranks sixth in the nation for total defense, having allowed opponents to cross the goal line just six times while holding them to an average of 253 yards per game.A considerable chunk of the defense’s early success can be traced to the transformation and emergence of redshirt freshman Sam Hubbard — whose road to becoming a key rotation piece at defensive end for the defending national champions has been long, winding and far from conventional.Before ColumbusPrior to arriving at OSU, Hubbard was a two-sport standout for Cincinnati’s Archbishop Moeller High School, playing safety on the gridiron and midfield on its lacrosse team. He was already planning on going to college for athletics, but neither at OSU nor for football. Rather, he had already given his verbal commitment to play lacrosse for Notre Dame.He might have stayed on that road had OSU coach Urban Meyer not waltzed through Hubbard’s gym class during his junior year in high school and seen him playing dodgeball.“We were all just playing like a normal day in class and he walked in with his leather jacket and everyone was like, ‘Oh my gosh, that’s Urban Meyer,’” Hubbard said.Meyer was there to see Moeller’s football coach, John Rodenberg, who is also the gym teacher.Hubbard admitted to giving extra effort, but said he didn’t think much of it until his coach introduced him to Meyer after class.From there, their relationship began, and by early April 2013, Hubbard decommitted from Notre Dame and pledged to play football in Ohio’s capital.After the football season, Hubbard decided to forgo his final year of lacrosse to spend the winter gaining an extra 15-20 pounds to prepare for enrolling in Columbus, as he would no longer be a safety.Redshirt seasonHubbard was recruited to be an outside linebacker, and he went through camp at the position. Shortly after, however, the coaches decided to try him at tight end to utilize the former lacrosse player’s athleticism. That experiment would only last a few weeks before he was back to working as a linebacker.Soon thereafter, his road took another turn when coaches told him he would be heading to defensive line coach Larry Johnson’s position room.“I just sat down in the back of the room and just had no idea what he was talking about for the first four or five weeks,” Hubbard said.Despite the lack of familiarity, Hubbard’s ability shined through during his first few weeks, impressing the coaching staff, including Meyer — who considered pulling Hubbard’s redshirt after a few weeks but deemed it “unfair” due to how late into the season it was.The strong finish to his redshirt campaign, combined with a spring practice effort that earned effusive praise from Meyer, resulted in high hopes for Hubbard’s regular season debut wearing scarlet and gray.Game reps at lastHubbard, who now tips the scale at 265 pounds, was just supposed to be in the rotation at defensive line for OSU, but junior Joey Bosa’s suspension for the season opener meant an increased role in his first live action.On just the game’s ninth play against Virginia Tech, he registered his first career sack before corralling three more tackles and one quarterback hurry.OSU sophomore defensive end Sam Hubbard (6) and senior linebacker Joshua Perry (37) attempt to tackle Virginia Tech redshirt-junior tailback Trey Edmunds (14) during a game against Virginia Tech on September 7 in Blacksburg, Virginia. OSU won 42-24. Credit: Samantha Hollingshead / Photo EditorSince the win, Hubbard has continued to excel, which is a key reason for the Silver Bullets’ dominance. The redshirt freshman has amassed multiple tackles in each game — including 1.5 sacks against Northern Illinois — to bring his season tackle total to eight.After the three position switches, Hubbard said he finally feels like he belongs.“I didn’t feel like a defensive end until I got into the game and actually played against Virginia Tech,” he said. “After I saw those game reps I realized that I did belong where I was.”It must be noted that a certain portion of his early success stems from the fact that a consensus top-10 pick in the NFL draft plays on the opposite side of the defensive line in Bosa.Hubbard doesn’t refute that claim though, admitting that Bosa was seeing double and triple teams throughout the game. However, he won’t be complaining.“I’m thankful for it,” Hubbard said.Despite the additional blockers Bosa commands, Hubbard committed to the switch and worked hard to get this far down the road so swiftly.“He’s a hard worker,” sophomore linebacker and fellow class of 2014 recruit Raekwon McMillan said. “During the offseason he was working hard, showing the older guys that he can go out there and do it out on the field.”The season is young, with the Buckeyes having eight more regular season games still on the docket. But despite Hubbard’s immediate impact, his growth and development — which safeties and co-defensive coordinator Chris Ash called “off the charts” — still has a long way to go.But he knows that.“I haven’t even been at this position for a full year. I’m just gonna keep taking all the coaching in, knowledge and more experience I get the better,” Hubbard said. “It’s only up from here.”
Modular Mining Systems launched its fourth-generation collision awareness system (CAS) this week at MINExpo, available as a standalone system or integrated with Modular’s DISPATCH® Fleet Management System.Modular released its first-generation proximity detection system in 2006 as a part of a suite of safety management tools known collectively as MineAlert™. The latest CAS monitors and notifies operators of potential vehicle-to-vehicle collisions based on intelligent path-prediction and pattern recognition algorithms, helping to increase drivers’ situational awareness when operating heavy or light vehicles in the mine. The system uses a high-speed, low-latency peer-to-peer communications technology developed specifically for safety applications in the automotive industry to allow timely alarms and informative warnings to reach operators without delay.The system addresses many of the most common vehicle collision scenarios, including forward path (front-to-rear and head-on), take-off, speed limit violations, overtaking, and intersections. Two levels of alarms notify operators of potential hazards; if an operator doesn’t take corrective action after the first notification, a more urgent, audible warning will sound. When integrated with the DISPATCH Fleet Management System, alarms may be routed to the mine controller and recorded for reporting purposes.“Modular’s CAS is a next-generation approach built on the experience with our previous generations of proximity detection systems to deliver a very robust and reliable system for improving awareness of potential vehicle interactions,” says Lucas Van Latum, Director of Product Strategy at Modular. “We listened to our customers and have focused on addressing the major issue of nuisance alarms that has hampered the adoption of other collision awareness technologies.”Some of the highlights of the new Collision Awareness system include:Advanced predictive-path and pattern-recognition algorithms to minimize nuisance alarmsScenario- and context-specific risk calculationSilent informational alerts to the operator when the calculated risk is elevated, and audible warning alerts only when intervention is considered necessary360-degree detection – unlike many other technologies such as radar and camera, vehicle-to-vehicle radio communication has no inherent blind spots; multiple antennas further optimize coverage around large equipmentConfigurable scenario-risk calculations can be tailored to a particular site risk profileDoes not require wireless infrastructure to achieve robust and long-range vehicle-to-vehicle communicationSimple, intuitive, and easy-to-read Operator Graphical InterfaceRugged components designed specifically for the harsh mining environmentStand-alone, or integrated with DISPATCH® FMS.
“The sight of skyscrapers was not a surprise because we had seen them in the cinema,” remembered John Wilson.“Instead, the culture shock arrived in smaller ways. The city was full of lights, the shops were full of food, unlike the rationing that had been endured in Ireland and England and the bars all had televisions. The whole city carried an air of prosperity; everything was just go, go, go.”Nothing could have prepared the groups for the welcome that awaited them. They made their way to City Hall, where a crowd of 2,000 had assembled, to be greeted by the man referred to as “the boy who put the ‘r’ in Mayo”, O’Dwyer.The Bohola man was in ebullient form.“When the Dodgers win the National League,” he began, only to be drowned out by the rapturous cheers of the crowd.He soaked it up for a moment and then continued.“When the Dodgers win, if we were to suggest playing the World Series outside Brooklyn and taking it to Ireland or any other country, I would not accept responsibility for the peace of this city.“Well, that’s parallel to what the GAA are doing in playing this great game in New York, and New York should be proud to welcome this generous offering of the best Ireland has in sport to this country.”Songs were sung and the mood was a carnival one. The New York Police Band played Irish airs and John Feeney, a magnificent tenor from Swinford who was by then huge in the States and commanding a hundred bucks a night, belting out The Rose of Tralee with Sean Ryan singing Come Back Paddy Reilly to Ballyjamesduff in response.From there, the group motored the seven miles, through Riverside Drive, under Manhattan Bridge and up South St, to the Hotel Roosevelt, on 45th St and Madison Ave, and literally brought the city to a standstill. Along Broadway, the wide avenue running north to south down the middle of Manhattan, they were escorted by 18 bright red police motorcyclists, their sirens wailing. Thirty cars carried the Irish party as the rush hour traffic came to a halt. The sidewalks were crammed with crowd straining for a look, while bare-chested workers on scaffolds and high-rise buildings downed tools to cheer and wave.Confetti and ticker tape rained down from 40-storey high buildings, a reception usually reserved for July 4 or the election of a new president. “The Irish appeared to have taken over New York,” it was reported. “Everywhere, crowds were stupendous.”The brilliant Anna Kelly in the press captured the scene.“From the sidewalks, Irish voices cheered, Irish faces smiled, wistful faces, happy faces, all lighted with love for the country that will always be home. Women wept and waved handkerchiefs.“How’s the turf at home?” some cried.“Ah, ’tis fine and dry,” shouts Mick Finucane.“Anybody here from Cork, Galway, Mayo…?” and so on.Two nuns thrust forward. “Any Killarney boys here?”Teddy Sullivan replied.“Now don’t let Kerry down,” said the little nuns.”After lunch in the Roosevelt, the players, under the wing of both counties’ welcome committees and a Galway man, Commissioner Nolan – chairman of the Police Department’s Athletic League – took in some of the sights before returning to rest for the night.A Bronx taleNext day, they trained, Cavan in Van Cortland Park in the Bronx, Kerry in John Kerry O’Donnell’s Croke — later Gaelic — Park.But the heat was ferocious, and training had to be curtailed. The hype was building, too, hurtling towards Sunday like a steam train. The Cavan players, ensconced in the Hotel Empire, found it hard to get a minute’s solitude.“I remember the many meetings with callers and friends; the difficulty to get a peaceful period for rest before the game,” Columba McDyer would write.Fans poured into the city and made tracks for the team hotels, where the squads were inundated with callers, autograph-hunters, strangers and old friends. Kerry, based at the Henry Duson Hotel, could take no more and took off for two days as guests of the New York Athletic Club to Travers Island, where the temperature was cooler, away, wrote Kelly, “from the intense humidity and the burning sidewalks”.While they were gone, Cavan took their place in Croke Park but their training schedule was light.It needed to be. Edwin Carolan was struggling to overcome an adverse reaction to the inoculation he received at home while the Gunner was taking penicillin for an injury. The news was worse in the Kingdom camp, as they sweated – literally – on the fitness of midfielder Paddy Kennedy, who had been taken off injured in both the Munster final and All-Ireland semi-final win over Meath.After Wednesday’s reception, there was no further contact between the camps, and there wouldn’t be until Mass on the morning of the match. Both were struggling to adapt but Kerry, the older of the teams, were finding it particularly hard, as Mitchell Cogley noted in The Irish Independent.“Popular opinion among Irish-Americans is that neither side have had time to acclimatise themselves and certainly the weather here is something we never experience at home. From early morning to late night, the city is baked in dead and damp heat… I will say I have seen more sign of weather-distress in the Kerry camp than in the opposition…”The clock ticked on…All was calm until Friday. A few boxes had been ticked during the week and ticket sales were brisk, with all media back at home confidently announcing that the Polo Grounds would be a 55,000 sell-out.It was announced that a film would be made of the game, to be flown as the first and only cargo on the three new Aer Línte — a sister company to Aer Lingus — planes two days after the match and, after a meeting of the official delegation, the match officials, barring the referee obviously, were selected. The umpires would be Gerry Arthurs and Tom Kilcoyne, secretaries of the Ulster and Connacht Councils respectively and the linesmen appointed were two Irish priests who had come to New York in the previous three months, Fr Hickey from Dublin and Fr Burke, a Corkman.Malachy Doyle and Tom Burke, two Croke Park officials, would supervise the lining of the pitch.UnplayableOn Friday morning, then, Cavan followed Kerry’s lead and boarded a bus, heading upstate to get away from it all. When they returned, they got a look at the pitch for the first time, and couldn’t believe what they were walking on.At home, it would have been deemed unplayable. There was barely any grass and the ground was concrete-like. It was small, too, and seemed smaller than the bare measurements looked on paper but the most bizarre feature was the pitcher’s mound, 18-feet in diameter and 10 inches high in the centre.“It wasn’t real high but when you were going for a ball you had to go up on it,” was Higgins’ description. “Anyway, some of the pitches in Ireland at the time weren’t that great.”Peter Donohoe also played it down.“It wasn’t something you’d trip over. You knew it was there. I wouldn’t think it put anyone out of their stride. But when you came from a place like Kilnaleck in Cavan you came across plenty of bad fields and bad football pitches.”The big man, however, conceded that compared to Croke Park, “it was a big disappointment.”Batt Garvey went further.“It was ridiculous to play a game of football on it,” he said, years later, “it was rock-solid, like concrete.”When Martin O’Neill had seen it, he immediately said it wasn’t suitable and the mound would have to go. The reaction of the groundsman? “The lad went beserk.”So, the hump was staying, and the teams would make do. That evening, however, another crisis was developing behind the scenes, one that threatened to derail the success of the whole project. When Michael O’Hehir was shown around the commentary position early on Friday, his heart skipped a beat. The place was bare, no lines, no equipment and, seemingly, no hope of sending back any type of commentary on the game.Michael O’Hehir at Croke Park in 1987 Pic: INPHO\Billy Stickland“To my astonishment there were no wires to be seen anywhere to suggest that the required broadcast lines from the international telephone exchange had been installed,” he reflected.“Panic. The caretaker knew nothing about a broadcast, so I hastened back to the hotel and immediately told Paddy O’Keeffe that no provision seemed to have been made for the broadcast. It even looked as if I might not have anything to do on the Sunday.”Born in Glasnevin, O’Hehir was 27-years-old by the time of the Polo Grounds final and already established as “the voice of Gaelic games.” While Radio Éireann had first broadcast a live match commentary as far back as 1926, the first station in Europe to do so, on any sport, it was when O’Hehir took over on the microphone that the tradition of hundreds of thousands gathering wherever the nearest radio set took off.He had applied for an audition with the broadcaster as a teenager and was handed his first major gig, the All-Ireland semi-final between Dublin in Monaghan in Mullingar, aged just 18 in 1938. While his technique was described as “folksy”, he had an ingenious ability to capture the imagination, rolling his tongue around exotic club names and playing up the sobriquets of footballers and hurlers.When a radio commentary from America had been first mooted and to put it in context, when Cavan played Kerry just 20 years earlier in Tralee, the first word on the game to reach Breffni was via carrier pigeon, O’Hehir’s name was immediately mentioned. It had to be him.When Cavan formally requested it, the GAA wheels started to turn, but they faced significant resistance from the off.Ó Caoimh reported to Central Council that he had had “consultations with the broadcasting authorities here with a view to having the running commentary of the game broadcast” but the path was not a smooth one.Money, as always, was the main stumbling block; Radio Éireann were working off a tight budget and the cost of the commentary from New York, estimated at around £300, wasn’t part of it. At the time, the broadcaster was answerable to the Department of Posts and Telegraphs.As luck would have it, Radio Éireann’s Director of Broadcasting at the time was Seamus Ó Braonáin, a Kilkenny native who had won four All-Ireland football championships with Dublin in the early years of the century, back when he was known simply as Jimmy Brennan.Ó Braonáin, a GAA fanatic who helped draft the first ever set of rules for camogie, was strongly in favour of the broadcast and approached Sean Moynihan, then Secretary of the Department of Finance and a man with zero interest in the association.The story goes that Moynihan’s reply to Ó Braonáin was: “Tell me, Seamus, does anybody listen to these football matches?”The money wasn’t being released, then, and the negotiations started. Eventually, it was agreed that Radio Éireann would send O’Hehir so long as the GAA covered his flight, hotel and expenses. Deal done, they relayed the news to the commentator, who was equally famous as a horseracing announcer.After receiving his vaccinations, O’Hehir, not unusually for the recently vaccinated at the time, fell ill and in mid-August, he had to leave the races at Tramore, where he was working, due to sickness.Luckily, he recovered in time, but, two days out from the game, it appeared that all the effort would be in vain. That was until Ó Caoimh got to work.His report on the trip told the story succinctly.“As I wished to determine where on the field to place the commentator’s box, I tried to ascertain who on the New York side had charge of the arrangements for the broadcast,” he reported to Croke Park.“I cabled Radio Éireann for the name of the responsible party and, on receipt of their reply, contacted the Colombia Broadcasting System, only to be told that they knew nothing of the matter. A representative of that body informed me that they only supplied equipment and had nothing to do with the relay lines, the American Telephone and Telkegraph Company being responsible for that end of the work. However, ATT also informed me that they knew nothing about a broadcast of our proposed game.”This was late on Friday afternoon, and panic was beginning to set in. A broadcast, which would eventually attract a million listeners, was almost still-born.YouTube: Bryansford Gael“Time was running out and after exhausting my patience on the phone, I went to the CBS at 5.30pm on Friday evening to ensure that the equipment would be available, as my informant told me their staff did not work on Saturdays. From there, contact was again made with an ATT official, who agreed to arrange the lines when I promised payment. I returned to the office and decided to ring Ireland to find out the position there. I also cabled Radio Éireann to ring me so that the position could be clarified.”Ó Caoimh, unbeknownst to the hundreds of thousands of supporters at home, was a worried man on the Friday night but, at 1pm (local time) the following day, the word he had been praying for arrived.A cable from Radio Éireann’s offices on the top floor of the GPO re-assured him that all was sorted. Then, ATT got in touch to say that it was all systems go – the match would be broadcast and Radio Éireann had promised payment for the supplying of equipment at the ground. The Secretary General breathed a sigh of relief.Meanwhile, something was stirring in the Irish Independent newsroom back in Dublin. All of the toing and froing, the worried expressions and the whisper of problems had alerted their reporter Mitchell Cogley, who was also staying in the Woodstock Hotel along with the official GAA party.So, Cogley wrote the piece at its height and filed his copy. The Evening Herald dropped on Saturday evening, carrying word that the broadcast was in doubt, and the Sunday Indo carried the story again the following morning.“A last-minute crisis developed among the GAA contingent when they were informed late on Friday night by the Columbia Broadcasting System, who are handling the technical details here, that certain vital details had been overlooked by Radio Éireann and there might not be any broadcast of the game possible,” said the Independent.Hearts sank in Cavan and Kerry and everywhere else. By the time the problems were fixed, a statement was rushed out which made the later editions of the Sunday paper confirming the commentary would go ahead.The match was set to begin at 8.30pm and, not only that, the coverage was to be preceded by a special documentary looking back on 60 years in the GAA.By late Sunday night and with an enormously-successful transmission behind them, Radio Éireann would hit back. The station would refute the newspaper’s story that there had been a hitch or that the broadcast was ever in doubt, with Deputy Director of Broadcasting Roibeard Ó Farachain denying there had been any uncertainty. By that stage, though, it mattered little. The day, for the million people huddled around the wireless back in Ireland, had been saved.The Fairytale In New York is written by Paul Fitzpatrick.More details can be found here.Seamus Hickey: ‘Just being able to run again is a massive psychological boost’The Greek scholar and future Tánaiste who played for Cavan in an All-Ireland final Hot in the cityWHAT STRUCK THEM more than anything was the heat. It hit the Irishmen like a sledge hammer when they came ashore in Manhattan and, later, when the door of the jet slid open.The players’ shirts clung to their backs as they stepped on the dock to be greeted by a horde of well-wishers and pressmen.The New York Times was on hand to capture the 14 players and 11 officials, noting the names of only two of the footballers — Lieut Joseph Keohane and William Doonan who “was an infantry machine gunner in the British Army during the war and was wounded three times while serving in North Africa and Italy, where he was attached to the United States Fifth Army”.“Do we have to play in this heat?” one incredulous player, who remained nameless, was quoted in the Irish Press. When the other party landed at the airport that evening at 6.30pm local time, suited and booted in shirts and ties, they were equally struck by the 85 degree weather.Said Higgins: “It was overcoming, the heat. If you opened a window, it was warmer.”The delays had thrown the reception arrangements out of sync but Ó Caoimh had quickly re-organised things. After a good night’s sleep, the players rose early on Wednesday morning and began to take in their surroundings. The city was alive.
“We have passes to every park, so I’m going to try to bring her everywhere,” Emmanuel said, “at least two parks throughout the day. It’s going to be amazing.”The family will be staying at a resort that caters to kids with health issues and their families. They fly back to South Florida next Thursday.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, FLA. (WSVN) – A young girl was granted a wish to help her forget about her daily struggles and be a carefree kid for a day.Four-year-old Aaliyah, from South Florida, went on vacation in style for a week-long trip to Orlando with a little help from her Disney friends.Gate D-30 at Miami International Airport was transformed into a Disney wonderland, decked out with characters from “Frozen” to send her off.“This is an amazing day. We’ve been through so much,” said mother Georgina Emmanuel. “She’s been in the hospital for weeks at a time, and to have her dream actually come true is simply amazing.”Aaliyah is battling an aggressive form of cancer and hoped to meet the characters from her favorite movie. The Make-A-Wish Foundation granted her dream with some assistance from local students who were willing to bring the cartoon movie characters to life.Not too many air travelers get treated to a musical show before boarding. With cotton candy in hand, Aaliyah sat back and enjoyed being entertained. “To have Elsa and Anna sing to her … she’s never had that,” Emmanuel said. “She’s always wanted that. We’ve watched ‘Frozen’ at least a thousand times during the week, so know she’s excited about them singing to her and having Olaf there, it’s amazing.”If she’s amazed now, wait until she sees what awaits in Orlando during the next seven days.
An Indian money changer shows new Indian rupee currency notes to a customer while sitting on the side of a road iDIBYANGSHU SARKAR/AFP/Getty ImagesThe Finance Ministry is planning to introduce 3-5 percent tax on cash withdrawal of Rs 10 lakh annually in the upcoming budget. The step is seen as the government’s push to keep a check on high-value cash deals and make digital payments mandatory.In a move which would disincentive heavy cash users in the economy, the Modi government is deliberating on levying a tax on cash withdrawal of Rs 10 lakh a year. The centre is of the view that paying Rs 30,000-50,000 for Rs 10 lakh annual withdrawal would be considered a huge loss for the users which would discourage them from doing cash payments.English daily The Times of India, citing its sources has reported that the Finance Ministry may announce 3-5 percent tax on these transactions. The government is, however, planning to deliberate on the issue diligently as it wants to avoid any step which would burden the middle class and the poor with excessive compliance.Notably, in order to push digital transaction, the Reserve Bank of India has removed the transaction fee imposed on banks for using its NEFT/RTGS payment servers earlier this week. Moreover, the centre has also announced that it is considering to set up a panel to review charges taken by banks on ATM withdrawals. A Reserve Bank of India employee counts currency notes before placing them into new machines that will weed out soiled and counterfeit notes in Bombay REUTERS/Roy MadhurReutersSince its first term, the BJP-led government is pushing for a digital transaction and tracking illicit cash in the economy. In another proposal, the Finmin is also planning to mandate the Aadhar authentication for high-value cash withdrawals. The government is of the view that this would lead to easy tracking of individuals and tally tax returns.”A MGNREGA beneficiary needs to authenticate receipts using Aadhaar but someone withdrawing Rs 5 lakh need not do so as things stand,” said one of the officials. In 2016, Chandrababu Naidu, the then Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, chaired a high-level committee on digital payments had recommended for a series of measure to encourage digi-transaction.Some of its submission included the introduction of tax to discourage cash transactions, a cap on the maximum allowable limit for large-size cash transactions and complete removal of taxes on card payments to push digital transactions among the people.
A case was filed with a local court on Sunday against six young men for gang-raping two schoolgirls at Char Bhabanipur village in Sujanagar upazila in Pabna and uploading the video clip of the nefarious act on the internet, reports UNB.The victims filed the case with the Women and Children Repression Prevention Tribunal against Hazrat Ali, 26, Al Amin, 25, Shahin, 24, Mithun, 26, Panku, 27, and Sohel Rana, 28, all residents of the village.Judge of the tribunal Imran Hossain Chowdhury ordered police to arrest the accused.Victims’ counsel Rajiullah Sardar Ranju said the case was filed with the court as the police station concerned did not record it.According to the case statement, the accused gang-raped the two girls on 1 August while they were returning home from school.The rapists also captured the incident on their mobile phones and threatened to upload it on the internet if they disclosed the incident.Following the threat, the victims kept the incident secret.However, the rapists started blackmailing the two schoolgirls showing the video.As the victims refused their proposal to engage in physical relations with them, the culprits uploaded the footage on social networking site Facebook.After knowing the incident, the family members went to Sujanagar police station for filing a case against the accused. But the police did not take their case.However, officer-in-charge of the police station Obaidul Haque denied the allegation, saying no one came to file any case.
Map of ThakurgaonA young man was crushed by a train in Ruhia area in Sadar upazila of Thakurgaon on Wednesday night while he was listening to songs on his mobile phone lying down on the railway tracks, reports UNB.The deceased is Taherul Islam, 24, son of Azizul Islam of East Kujisahar village in Sadar upazila.Pradip Kumar Roy, officer-in charge of Ruhia Police Station, said the youth was run over by a Parbatipur-bound Demu train nearby his house as he was absorbed in listening to music on his mobile set lying on railway tracks.
When the glint of silver light from the moon would reflect on the strings of Lakha Kahn’s sarangi, and when his voice would stir your soul, you’d thank yourself for being at Lodi Garden. Friends of Music (FOM), the series of musical get together is back with another evening of great music. The musical evening will not only see Lakha Khan but also two collaborative projects – The Aditya Narayan Collaborative and the Boom Shankar Project. About Lakha Khan, you’d know how great a sarangi player he is along with being the last living master of a rare and versatile instrument, the Sindhi Sarangi. But what you’d not know is that he’s a Manganiyar, a marginalised community of Muslims who make a living playing music on either side of the India-Pakistan border. In Pakistan, the community is known as Manganhar, and has less complex, but nevertheless potent version of the sarangi called the Surando. Isn’t that the best example of how music has no boundaries? You can also see, or rather listen, how versatile Lakha Khan can get when he plays his instrument to Bulleh Shah in Punjabi and also the next moment render Kabir’s dohas in Hindi. And obviously nothing can be as soothing as his singing in his native language of Rajasthan. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Just if by any chance you are not too fond of the classical music and you are proudly a part of the ‘global village’, don’t you worry child! The Boom Shankar Project is a collaboration of musicians with different musical backgrounds and influence from India and around the globe exploring world music. Based out of Delhi, their soulful compositions include Bhatiyali, Baul, Persian, Turkish, Jazz and a multitude of influences. Even the Aditya Narayan Collaborative is one that has been exploring new sounds, genre, people and even instruments through their music. So look out! Well, have you ever wanted to have great food with live music playing that too under the moonlight? Then this is exactly where you want to be!When: 23 May, 7:30 pmWhere: Lodi – The Garden RestaurantTickets: Rs 350. Book at kyazoonga.com
NEW YORK, N.Y. – Ava DuVernay is making a multipart documentary on Prince for Netflix with the support of the late musician’s estate.The director on Tuesday confirmed Twitter reports late Monday that she’s working on the film. The documentary will be made with extensive use of Prince’s archives and will span the artist’s entire life.It will be the “Selma” filmmaker’s second documentary for Netflix. Her 2016 film, “The 13th,” explored mass incarceration as a form of continued slavery for African-Americans. It was nominated for best documentary by the Academy Awards and won an Emmy Award for outstanding documentary.DuVernay, who earlier this year directed Disney’s “A Wrinkle in Time,” is currently filming the Netflix miniseries “Central Park Five.” by The Associated Press Posted Oct 30, 2018 7:49 am PDT Last Updated Oct 30, 2018 at 8:20 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email FILE – In this Nov. 22, 2015 file photo, Prince presents the award for favorite album – soul/R&B at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles. Ava DuVernay is making a multi-part documentary on Prince for Netflix with the support of the late musician’s estate. The documentary will be made with extensive use of Prince’s archives and span the artist’s entire life. (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP, File) Ava DuVernay to make Prince documentary for Netflix
Members of primary education teachers’ union Poed went on strike on Thursday morning in Paphos and Limassol schools as well as in the rest of the districts that did not strike last week.This is the second all-day strike, planned by Poed to protest the approval by parliament of two bills overhauling the system of appointing teachers to state schools.Poed members in Nicosia, Larnaca, and Famagusta walked out last week, and this week it was the turn of their Limassol and Paphos colleagues.Around 120 primary schools and around the same number of pre-schools went on strike, the union said. Teachers from Nicosia, Larnaca and Famagusta who did not participate in the previous strike on June 8 as they were organising school trips or end of year ceremonies also participated on Thursday.The cause for the strike is parliament’s approval of two bills overhauling the system appointing teachers to state schools which will now require examinations as opposed to the current system of appointments based on year of graduation.According to Poed secretary general, Apostolos Apostolides, 300 contract teachers are negatively affected by this and may lose their jobs within two years. Poed is demanding that such teachers cannot be fired when the new regulations come into force. The union maintains that as long as positions exist for contract teachers, they must be filled first by those with more than 30 months’ experience. The union said that the affected teachers would go to court to claim their right to open-ended contracts.Following a meeting of a union delegation with Education Minister Costas Kadis during the protest outside the ministry, Apostolides said that the two sides continue to disagree as to who is entitled to an open-ended contract.Kadis, citing an opinion of the attorney-general, said that the teachers Poed want to be given open-ended contracts are not included in the categories entitled to this right. This concerns 119 teachers, he said.Poed cites a legal precedence following a court ruling that recognised the right of a contract teacher with more than 30 months’ service to be given an open-ended contract. Some 300 teachers who are after the same status, sent the minister in January letters requesting the same treatment.“The disagreement on the way the education ministry is handling the issue has been made clear once more,” Apostolides said.Kadis, Apostolides said, reassured them that his ministry would reply to the letters. The union had said last month that if the ministry’s answer is negative, then the teachers in question would use this against the government in court.But Kadis last week also questioned the validity of Poed’s concerns as one of the basic provisions of the legislation passed by the House allowed these teachers to be hired under the existing system until 2027. Most of them, he said, will be permanently appointed during the next ten years.The new regulations include a 10-year transition period, during which both systems will operate, with varying weighted percentages of appointments from each, progressively eliminating the current system.The first examinations for appointment to all state schools – pre-primary schools, primary schools, high-schools, and technical schools – will be held in October and November 2017. You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoClassmates.comLook For Any High School Yearbook, It’s FreeClassmates.comUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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