Cheryl Hines Stands Up For Nosey The Elephant

first_imgWith the UniverSoul Circus headed to Tallahassee next week, Suburgatory star and Emmy nominee Cheryl Hines is turning her attention from Hollywood to her roots in Tallahassee in order to urge the North Florida Fairgrounds to follow the leads of other venues across the country and ensure that the circus does not force Nosey the elephant—who suffers from a painful skin condition—to perform in its shows.As Hines explains in her letter on behalf of PETA, Nosey’s exhibitor, Hugo Liebel, faces nearly three dozen formal charges for violations of the Animal Welfare Act, mostly for abusing and neglecting Nosey, including by failing to provide her with desperately needed veterinary care and appropriate shelter as well as chaining her so tightly that she could barely move.“I’m writing today on behalf of my friends at PETA—and as someone who grew up in Tallahassee and has fond memories of the city—to urge you to cancel plans to allow the UniverSoul Circus to exhibit a suffering elephant named Nosey,” writes Hines. “Very recent evidence shows that Liebel continues to deny this elephant the care that she so desperately needs. … UniverSoul can put on an excellent circus show without exploiting a suffering, neglected elephant.”Hines joins a long list of celebrities — including Alec Baldwin, Jada Pinkett Smith, Sarah Silverman, Demi Moore, and Wilmer Valderrama — who have teamed up with PETA to combat circuses that use elephants.Source:PETAlast_img read more

Accusing them of having an affair Leaving money to a secret beneficiary

TORONTO — When it comes to requests to have inheritance money left discreetly, Toronto estate lawyer Ed Olkovich says it’s typically not the racy stuff most people might expect, such as funds for a secret lover or a child out of wedlock.Rather, he says, it’s often done to avoid having something that could appear unseemly included in a will — which becomes a public document once it’s probated.“I’ve had a strange case where somebody said to me, ‘Don’t put that person’s name in the will because my partner will go crazy if I left this person money,”‘ Olkovich says, citing the example of a client wanting to leave a sizable gift to a loyal employee without raising any suspicions from his wife.“The next thing you know, somebody is accusing them of having an affair.”But regardless of why you may want to leave money for a secret beneficiary, there are lawful ways to do it, says Ottawa-based estate lawyer Norman Bowley.Why confusing common law relationships with marriage can be a costly mistakeMost high net worth individuals lack inheritance plan despite largest transfer of wealth coming: studyOne option is to make arrangements with a trust company — legal entities often used when dealing with estate planning matters — that administer the money either during your lifetime or after your death.“They’re discreet and professional and you would literally put in the trust, ‘When I die you are to give this $100,000 to such-and-such-a-person,”‘ says Bowley. “That is not going to get out in the public, provided that you take the care to use an instrument for which you don’t need probate.”Another option for leaving money confidentially is a secret trust in which you leave assets to a person named in your will with prearranged instructions that they privately give the funds to someone else who has not been named in the will.For instance, Bowley says, you could leave money to a sibling, with the understanding that they would give the funds to your secret beneficiary — “a mistress, for instance.” That means the gift is secret even after the will becomes public.However, enforceability of a secret trust may be a concern because there is little you could do to ensure your wishes are actually carried out. Bowley says that “if your brother turns out to be a scalawag after your death, he may just keep the money for himself.”An altogether different option is a permanent insurance policy that guarantees a payment, says Lorne Marr of LSM Insurance in Markham, Ont.“The owner of the policy can choose whoever they want as the beneficiary, so long as they’re is an insurable interest” says Marr.“But the nice thing about an insurance policy also is that it supersedes the will,” he adds, meaning that whatever you designate in your insurance policy is not part of your estate and therefore subject to probate.But in terms of the actual pay out, the insurance company needs two things from the beneficiary: a claimant’s form explaining their relationship to the insurer, as well as a copy of the death certificate — the latter of which could be tricky, Marr says.Olkovich points out, however, that while an insurance company won’t tell you who a designated beneficiary is, that doesn’t mean the policy becomes confidential.“If it’s for a large sum of money a court can order that information to be disclosed,” he says.Generally, Olkovich says, the difficulty with trying to leave money in secret is that after you’re gone it’s no longer a secret once the beneficiary actually starts receiving the funds.“If all of a sudden a large sum of money is missing out of your account, someone is going to follow that paper trail and they’re going to say, ‘Well, whatever happened to this money?”‘The Canadian Press read more

UN inspections pick up pace in Iraq

Two teams of missile inspectors from the UN Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC) today visited separate locations involved in missile activity: the Saad General Company, owned by the Military Industrialization Corporation, and the Taji Fiberglass production plant. When last inspected in 1998, the fiberglass plant employed very few people, but now it has over 200 workers.The UNMOVIC biological team inspected the Institute for Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering within the Baghdad University complex at Al Jadiriya. “The Institute is engaged in training, teaching and research activities in biotechnology and genetic engineering,” UN spokesman Hiro Ueki explained. “The team completed full inspection of the whole building housing the Institute with the assistance of the Institute Director and the chiefs of two departments.”Inspectors then revisited the Al Amiryah Serum and Vaccine Institute in Baghdad to seek clarifications from the former Director of the Institute, according to the spokesman. The team took physical inventory of the Institute and took some samples.An UNMOVIC chemical team inspected the Al Nassir Al Atheen State Company, formerly known as Heavy Engineering State Company. “The team conducted rebaselining inspection, including changes that had occurred since 1998” when the UN probe was suspended, Mr. Ueki said. “The team inspected all the buildings and dual-purpose equipment at the site.”A team from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) visited three sites: the Hatteen State Company, the Iskanderya Foundry and the Iskanderya State Enterprises for Mechanical Industries. “Following discussions with the sites’ operators, the team took environmental samples, inspected the machine tools in the factories, and conducted a radiological survey of the sites,” Mr. Ueki said.Another IAEA team visited four sites: Al Qa Qaa, Mussayib Army Munitions Depot, Al Motaseem Factory, and the Hatteen Establishment’s testing range. According to the spokesman, these sites work as a unit in the Iraqi military armaments structure to produce and test munitions. Describing the Al Qa Qaa site in an interview with UN Radio, UNMOVIC spokesman Ewen Buchanan said Iraq had conducted much of its nuclear weapons programme there in the past. “It’s a large sprawling site with quite literally hundreds of buildings so its not particularly surprising that it would be subjected to fairly close investigation,” he said. read more

Mood Media sells Latin American music division to Stingray for 163 million

by David Friend, The Canadian Press Posted Jan 10, 2014 12:51 pm MDT TORONTO – Mood Media Corp. (TSX:MM), a provider of scents and digital signs to the retail industry, is selling off its residential Latin American music division to a Montreal-based company for $16.3 million.Stingray Digital, owner of the Galaxie TV digital music service, will buy the operations as part of an expanded supply agreement between the two companies for music.The Latin American division broadcasts music channels to satellite and cable operators in South America, quite similar to its Galaxie service in CanadaStingray, a privately owned company, will now deliver music to more than 100 million subscribers in 113 countries worldwide.The transaction comes as Mood Media looks for parts of its business it can sell while expanding the number of partnerships it has with other businesses.Earlier this week, the company appointed Claude Nahon as president of its international operations.“This transaction strengthens our balance sheet as we execute our strategy to broaden audio, visual, mobile, scent and experiential solutions to support current and prospective clients,” president and CEO Steve Richards said in a release.“We are pleased to achieve this milestone, further underscoring Mood’s commitment to delivering growth and enhanced returns for stakeholders. “Mood Media has been moving its priorities away from music and into scents and digital signage for clients like W Hotels, Crate & Barrel and Tommy Hilfiger.Under the agreement, Mood will receive a $10-million cash payment and an intercompany settlement of $1.4 million between the partners. The rest of the money will come when certain key performance indicators are reached over 18 months.A spokesman for Stingray said the company is also developing smartphone apps to deliver music to listeners outside their homes.Last month, Stingray signed an expanded agreement with Mood Media to supply music to an additional 7,500 additional Mood commercial locations, making it the largest provider of background music to about 70,000 Canadian retail stores.Mood Media shares gained two cents to 78 cents in Friday afternoon trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Mood Media sells Latin American music division to Stingray for $16.3 million read more

Canadian men take on Team USA in wheelchair basketball at Brock

Patrick Anderson of Canada’s senior men’s wheelchair basketball team sets up a shot against Team USA at the 2008 Paralympics in Beijing. Both teams are meeting again this week at Brock for three matches before heading to the Games in London next month. Photo courtesy of Wheelchair Basketball Canada.Canada’s Sr. Men’s Wheelchair Basketball team is holding their final training camp at Brock University before heading to the London 2012 Paralympics.They will host Team USA in a three-game Pre-Paralympic Test Series July 16, 17, and 18 at 7:30 p.m. Game 3 will be streamed live online for those can’t catch the action in person.The games will serve as a re-match of the double-overtime thriller in which Canada beat the U.S. in the semi-final game at the 2008 Beijing Paralympics – one of the greatest matches in Canadian wheelchair basketball history. Canada went on to win silver in Beijing, while the U.S. finished fifth.This week’s pre-Games run could also provide a glimpse of what’s to come in London in a few weeks during the medal round.Canada heads to London next month, hungry for its third Paralympic gold and fourth consecutive podium finish, following back-to-back gold in 2000 and 2004 and silver in 2008.The Canadian roster is bolstered by the return of Patrick Anderson (Fergus, ON), considered the No. 1 player in the world, and 11 returning players, nine of whom have Paralympic experience. Seasoned veterans Dave Durepos (Fredericton, NB), Joey Johnson (Winnipeg, MB) and Richard Peter (Vancouver, BC) will tie a Canadian record by competing in their fifth Paralympic Games. It will be the first Paralympic Games for Brandon Wagner (Burlington, ON), Chad Jassman (Calgary, AB) and Tyler Miller (Kitchener, ON). read more

EHF CL RNL – Kielce 3232

← Previous Story RK METALURG PRICE LIST: Ten tickets for only a beer in Norway? Next Story → Rune Dahmke stays in Kiel until 2020! Velux EHF Champions League Rhein Neckar Lowen and Vive Tauron Kielce played 32:32 (19:15) in front of only 3.378 fans in Mannheim. The “Lions” had clear situation two minutes before the end, but Germans didn’t score from counter-attack for +3, which was the start of the Polish last “come-back” in the match. Dujshebaev boys netted two important goals in the last two attacks, and then, saved own net thanks to Croatian goalie Marin Šego, who was unbeatable in the last phase of the clash.Norwegian right back Reinkind scored six goals, while Jurecki was first star in the Polish team with nine goals.Rhein-Neckar Löwen – KS Vive Kielce 32:32 (19:15)Rhein-Neckar Löwen: Appelgren, Bitz (für einen Siebenmeter) –  Schmid (5), Gensheimer (5/1), Kneer (2), Sigurmannsson (n.e.), Banea Gonzalez (2), Larsen (2), Reinkind (6), Guardiola (1), Steinhauser (n.e.), Groetzki (3), Ekdahl du Rietz (6), Pekeler (n.e.)KS Kielce: Szmal, Sego (ab 31.) – Vujovic, Jurecki (9), Tkaczyk, Reichmann (3), Aguinagalde (5), Bielecki (5/4), Jachlewski (1), Strlek (2), Lijewski (1), Buntic (3), Zorman (2), Cupic (1) read more

Coast guard recover body from Roaringwater Bay in Cork

first_imgTHE BODY OF a man has been recovered from a bay in Cork.Schull Coast Guard despatched to investigate the sighting of a body in Roaringwater Bay earlier this afternoon.The body of a man was taken from the water, and gardaí at Clonakilty notified.Gardaí say the man’s death is not being treated as suspicious. It is believed he had been swimming in the bay.The body remains at the scene and is due to be brought to Cork University Hospital later today.last_img

Threat made against employees at San Diego County Administration Center

first_img Posted: March 23, 2018 March 23, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — The chief administrative officer of the county of San Diego alerted the regional government agency’s workforce Friday about a threat issued against unidentified personnel at the bayside County Administration Center, allegedly by an ex-county employee who was taken into custody for a mental health evaluation.County CAO Helen Robbins-Meyer sent out a staff-wide memo Friday afternoon about the threat made on Wednesday. The suspect’s name was not released.“The county takes this threat very seriously,” Robbins-Meyer stated. “The Sheriff’s Department and District Attorney’s Office are working closely on every legal means possible to prevent this individual from accessing county facilities. The safety of our employees and the public is our highest priority.”In a prepared statement, sheriff’s officials said deputies “immediately responded to conduct a thorough investigation” into the alleged threat.“The Sheriff’s Department has numerous resources at (its) disposal and have actively trained to handle these types of incidents,” the statement says. “The subject was quickly identified and contacted. Sheriff’s detectives quickly interviewed the subject and took appropriate action to minimize the threat.”After being questioned, the suspect was taken into custody for a mental health evaluation, according to sheriff’s public-affairs Lt. Karen Stubkjaer. The lieutenant said she could provide no further details about the case, including whether the suspect was still detained as of this afternoon.Due to the threat, county officials will provide increased security measures at the historic bayside administration center beginning Monday, Robbins-Meyer stated in her memo.“We ask all employees to remain vigilant,” the bulletin states. “If you see suspicious behavior, report it immediately to your supervisor or the site security at your building.” Threat made against employees at San Diego County Administration Centercenter_img KUSI Newsroom Updated: 6:11 PM Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Gregoire proposes new fuel tax to fund education

first_imgGregoire’s budget plan skips new funding for CRCOLYMPIA — Gov. Chris Gregoire proposed higher taxes on gas, soda, candy and gum Tuesday in order to avoid more government cuts and to help fund education in response to a court order.In her final budget plan, Gregoire said a budget without new revenues would force the closure of state parks, eliminate food assistance programs and cause additional cuts in education. The new wholesale tax on gasoline and diesel fuel — paid by refineries but likely passed on to drivers — would eventually rise to 4.62 percent. The governor also wants to extend taxes on beer and business taxes paid by doctors, lawyers, accountants and others.“We need revenue if we’re going to meet our constitutional and moral responsibility to fund education,” Gregoire said. The total revenue from the new tax and tax extensions would be about $1 billion for the two-year budget cycle that starts in July.Gregoire noted that the country’s top oil companies have made billions of dollars in profits this year, “so I expect them to do this without passing this on to consumers.”last_img read more

Haryana government makes situps in schools compulsory calls it

first_imgHaryana: In line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s concerted efforts to push for Yoga, Haryana School Education Board on Thursday made sit-ups compulsory during the morning assembly, contending that it will be a “super yoga for the brain”. As a part of the State School Education Board pilot project, students will now have to do 14 sit-ups every day. Also Read – National Herald case: Officer bearers of Congress were cheats, Subramanian Swamy tells court Advertise With Us Speaking to ANI, Education Board Secretary Rajeev Kumar said: “Students will do sit-ups with hands on their ears during the morning assembly. This will sharpen their brain and help in retainment of the memory.” The project will be kick-started in Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan School in Bhiwani district on a pilot basis. Students will start to perform ”super brain yoga” in the next few days after schools reopen Monday. “This will not be levied as a punishment. It is super brain yoga. It has been scientifically proven that it increases brain efficiency,” he added.last_img read more

ICICI Bank Q1 net profit down 25 on higher provisioning net NPAs

first_imgIndia’s largest private sector lender ICICI Bank reported a 25 percent fall in its net profit for the June quarter on Friday. From Rs. 2,976 crore seen last year, the bank’s net profit fell to Rs. 2,232 crore.The drop was mainly driven by higher provisioning against bad loans. It was 163 percent higher at Rs. 2,514 crore from Rs. 955 crore in the corresponding quarter previous year.The bank’s net interest income grew marginally by 0.85 percent to Rs. 5,159 crore during the period. Net interest income is the interest earned on loans minus the interest given on deposits. The total interest earned by the bank during Q1 was Rs. 13,330 crore and the interest it expended was Rs. 8,171 crore.”As companies get downgraded to non performing assets, we stop accruing income from them. This impacts the net interest income and the net interest margin,” said Chanda Kochhar, CEO & MD.ICICI Bank’s asset quality deteriorated as its gross non-performing assets (NPAs) as a percentage of gross advances increased to 5.87 percent from 5.82 percent seen in the earlier quarter of March 2016. In the same period, its net NPAs jumped to 3.35 percent from 2.98 percent.The bank’s total income for the quarter grew 6 percent to Rs. 16,760 crore from Rs. 15,802 crore seen in the corresponding quarter a year ago. However, on quarter-over-quarter period, revenues fell 11 percent from Rs. 18,590 crore seen in March quarter or Q4 of 2016.The bank’s capital adequacy ratio (CAR), which measures a bank’s capital as against its risks and liabilities, was 16.22 percent in this quarter as against 16.37 percent seen a year ago.At the close of market hours, shares of the bank were down by 3.40 percent at Rs. 262.85 in anticipation of a dull quarterly result.last_img read more

Diazs mother goes on hunger strike

first_imgMother of slain Bangladesh Chhatra League’s (BCL) Chittagong University unit leader Diaz Irfan Chowdhury went on hunger strike on the university campus on Monday morning demanding arrest of killers of her son.She also demanded removal of university’s vice-chancellor and proctor, reports UNB.Diaz’s mother started the strike in the morning carrying a banner demanding the arrest of the killers, said university officers’ association president Mahfuzur Rahman Khokon.Wearing funeral dress Diaz’s mother Jaheda Amin Chowdhury started the hunger strike at Banghabandhu Chattar in front of the registrar office at 9:00am.She continued her strike till filing of this report at 3:00pm despite the university authorities’ efforts to end the hunger strike.On 20 November 2016, the body of Diaz, assistant secretary of the central BCL committee and joint secretary of CU unit BCL, was found hanging from the ceiling fan of his bedroom at his family’s rented house in Gate-2 area of the university.On 23 November of that year, the Forensic Department of Chittagong Medical College Hospital (CMCH) conducted Diaz’s first postmortem and described the incident as a suicide in its report.However, his family members rejected the autopsy report, alleging that he had been murdered in a planned way by his rivals following a dispute over tender for the construction of some university buildings.According to the report of second autopsy, conducted by the Forensic Medicine Department of Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH), the BCL leader was murdered. The report was published on 30 July this year.last_img read more

Road crashes claim 31 lives in 7 dists

first_imgA truck knocks a stationary BRTC double-decker bus from behind in Taraganj upazila of Rangpur, killing at least six people. Photo: Prothom AloAt least 31 people were killed and over 100 others injured in road accidents in seven districts early Saturday.Among the victims, 16 were killed in Gaibandha, six in Rangpur, two each in Natore, Gopalganj, Sirajganj, Faridpur districts and one in Savar of Dhaka district, reports UNB.In Gaibandha, at least 16 people were killed and 37 others injured as a bus crashed into a tree in Palashbari upazila around 5:30am.Details of the victims are still awaited.The accident took place when the bus hit the roadside tree as its driver lost control over the steering, leaving eight passengers dead on the spot and 45 injured, said Palashbari police station officer-in-charge Akhtaruzzaman.Later, eight of the injured died on the way to hospital.In Rangpur, at least six people were killed and 13 others injured as a truck hit a bus on Rangpur-Dinajpur highway in Thakurtari area of Taraganj upazila around 2:00am.The deceased could not be identified till the filing of this report.The accident took place when a Rangpur-bound sand-laden truck hit a stationary BRTC double-decker bus, leaving six passengers of the bus dead on the spot and 13 others injured, said Taraganj highway police station officer-in-charge Abdullah Hel Baki.On information, three fire service units from Rangpur and Taraganj rescued the injured and sent them to Rangpur Medical College Hospital, he said.A bus plunges into a roadside ditch on Dhaka-Barishal highway in Bhanga upazila in Faridpur district on Saturday. Photo: UNBA fire service official said the condition of the deceased are almost unidentifiable.The law enforcement have kept the bodies at the police station and seized the two vehicles, the OC added.In Natore, two people were killed and three others injured when a sand-laden truck hit an easy-bike in Alaipur area of the district town around 7:00am, said Mohiuddin, station officer of Natore Fire Service.The deceased are Sulta Rani Debnath and Kanailal Debnath, residents of Sonapatil village of Naldanga upazila.The injured were admitted to sadar hospital.In Gopalganj, two motorcyclists were killed as a bus hit their vehicle after the bus driver lost control over the steering on Gopalganj-Tungipara road in Ghonapara area of sadar upazila around 7:45am, said sadar police station sub-inspector Shawkat.The deceased were not identified immediately.In Sirajganj, at least two people were killed and 19 others were injured following head-on collision between a truck and a bus on Dhaka-Bogura highway in Kaliakapur area of Raiganj upazila around 6:30am, said Hatikumrul highway police officer-in-charge Abdul Kader Zilani.In Faridpur, two people were killed and 20 others injured as a bus plunged into a roadside ditch on Dhaka-Barishal highway in Purba Sadardi area of Bhanga upazila around 9:00am, said Faridpur fire service senior station officer Saifuzzaman.In Dhaka, a man was killed and 20 others were injured as a bus hit a truck on Dhaka-Aricha highway in Turag area of Savar upazila around 7:00am.The accident took place when the bus hit the truck from behind, leaving one dead on the spot and 20 people injured, said Aminbazar police outpost in-charge Jamal Hossain.last_img read more

Number of missing soars to over 1000 in California fire

first_imgAn anthropologist (R) examines the remains of a dog found in a bathtub in a home destroyed by the Camp Fire in Paradise, California, US, on 14 November 2018. Photo: ReutersThe number of people missing in a devastating wildfire in northern California jumped to more than 1,000 on Friday, authorities said, as the remains of eight other victims were found by rescuers.Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea said the number of missing had soared from 631 on Thursday to 1,011 as more reports of missing were sent in and a review of emergency calls made when the fire broke out on 8 November.The eight additional victims brings to 71 the number of people who have died in the so-called Camp Fire.Three other people have died in southern California in an another blaze dubbed the Woolsey fire.last_img

HPD And University Of St Thomas Team Up To Teach Mandarin Chinese

first_img X To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: 00:00 /00:49 Listen Photo: Florian Martin | Houston Public MediaHouston Police Department Chief Art Acevedo addresses the audience during an event held on March 22, 2018, at the University of St. Thomas to launch a partnership between HPD, the university and the Taipei Economic and Cultural that will provide training in Mandarin Chinese to local police officers.The Houston Police Department, the University of St. Thomas  and the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Houston have launched a partnership that will provide training in Mandarin Chinese to local police officers.The training will be provided by an adjunct faculty member of the University of St. Thomas – through its Center for International Studies (CIS) – and offered as an elective course for two 10-week sessions at HPD’s West Side Station.The first class will have 25 students who will start their training on March 28.Additionally, the CIS will offer elective training in multicultural and situational awareness for HPD officers at the department’s academy throughout 2018-19. Both training courses are offered as professional credit programs.Chief Art Acevedo often emphasizes that one of his goals is to keep developing the practice of community policing within HPD by strengthening the relationships that the department’s officers create and cultivate with Houstonians.Therefore, as Acevedo said at the launching event held Thursday at the University of St. Thomas, one of the things HPD wants to do is to be able to communicate with the “very quickly growing Asian community.” “This is a first step to doing even better,” the chief added in reference to the new training.Captain Kristine Anthony, of HPD’s Training Division, explained the language lessons the officers will learn will have the goal of mostly allowing them to develop such community policing with Houston’s Mandarin Chinese-speaking residents, not necessarily through a great level of fluency but, rather, through a more pragmatic approach.For example, the training will teach them how to ask about physical descriptions of suspects and give instructions or warnings during their interactions with the public.“Even if it simply is ‘Hello,’ ‘How are you?’, ‘My name is officer so and so’ and ‘Thank you.’ If you say that in the native language and you took the opportunity and the initiative to learn that, it means so much to that individual,” Anthony underlined.Hans Stockton, associate dean of the School of Arts and Sciences and director of the University of St. Thomas’ CIS, noted that in the area served by HPD’s West Side Station – where the training will be provided —”one of the most common encounters that officers have are with speakers of Mandarin language or related languages.” Share last_img read more

VIDEO John Daly pounded a drive off a beer can then pounded

first_imgCritics say that golf’s problem is a lack of personality. That’s never been a problem for John Daly. Neither has partying a like a rockstar.Daly is a traveling sideshow nowadays, but it’s a damn entertaining one.After singing ‘Knockin on Heaven’s Door‘ at an Augusta Hooters before The Masters last week, The Daly Show was down in Myrtle Beach for a some boozin’ and a little golf.Daly pulled a 21-and-over trick shot for the some curious onlookers when he teed up a drive on a Bud Light can he was drinking. He crushed the drive while barefoot and smoking a heater. After the shot, he picked up the beer and chugged it, because of course he did. Life is John Daly’s 19th hole.WATCH @PGA_JohnDaly smash a ball off a beer can and then chug it. All while barefoot. #MAM2017 #myrtlebeachgolf #bossstatus pic.twitter.com/QIIik19C1S— Myrtle Beach Golf (@MB_GolfHoliday) April 10, 2017 Advertisementlast_img read more

Limassol stadium costs racking up cabinet steps in

first_imgThe delay in starting the construction of the new Limassol football stadium is reportedly causing a significant dent in state finances to the tune of €1.5m so far, it emerged on Thursday.The construction of the stadium, which began in February, was halted after a geological study found that the subsoil in part of the stadium was unstable due to the existence of construction rubble dumped there in the past.As a result, the contractors of the project are billing the state for €300,000 per month of delay, reports said.The cabinet on Thursday took several decisions towards resolving the problems that have arisen, which it said are rooted the “problematic or incomplete” initial plan for the stadium drawn up in 2013, which was necessarily adopted due to contractual obligations of the three Limassol football clubs Apollon, AEL, and Aris.It decided to authorise the Cyprus Sports Organisation (KOA) to revise and complete the plan by the end of October and to address any and all problems that have arisen or that may arise in the future.The cabinet also authorised KOA to submit a request as soon as possible so that the department of public works can be designated the project’s contracting authority.A project management and oversight team is also to be set up by the department of public works, the cabinet decided.It added that full consideration was taken of the warnings and recommendations made by the auditor-general earlier in the month in a letter to KOA, which stressed that if measures were not taken immediately by the state, the Limassol stadium construction project would develop into a large-scale scandal due to skyrocketing costs.Works for the construction of the new football stadium started in February. The stadium, dubbed as the ‘Limassol Arena’, costing around €28m is due to be completed in 28 months with the first match taking place in the summer of 2021. The government already leased the land to the three clubs which were to take a loan from a bank that the government would repay.The project was initially delayed because the stadium had to be redesigned to meet European football governing body Uefa’s Champions League specifications.At present, all three clubs use the Tsirion stadium near the Ayia Phyla junction as their home ground that has had its share of structural problems, insufficient capacity and is located within a residential area, causing problems and damage to properties whenever football fans get riotous.You May LikeCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityEarthquake insurance that fits your future plansCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCyprus and Italy in hot water over tax breaks for yachtsUndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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