Former Detroit Lions defensive end Ziggy Ansah has

first_img Former Detroit Lions defensive end Ziggy Ansah has agreed to sign a one-year contract with the Seattle Seahawks, a league source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.The former BYU Cougar is reportedly set to fly into Seattle on Thursday to sign the contract after agreeing to the terms Wednesday night.Because the Seahawks are waiting until Thursday to officially sign Ansah, Seattle won’t have to lose any of their four 2020 compensatory picks, as unrestricted free agents signed after 4 p.m. ET on May 7 will not be used in the formula to determine compensation picks for next year’s draft. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 7 Comments   Share   Ansah will help alleviate the loss of DE Frank Clark, who the Seahawks traded to the Kansas City Chiefs on April 23.Related LinksKingsbury’s fame, style of coaching is something new for CardinalsDoug & Wolf rank the top 5 big impact Cardinals rookiesBengals WR A.J. Green calls Cardinals’ Patrick Peterson the best CBAnsah spent six years in Detroit after being drafted fifth overall in the 2013 NFL Draft by the Lions.The soon-to-be 30-year-old spent last year on a franchise tag worth $17.143 million.Unfortunately for Ansah, a shoulder injury that required surgery only allowed him to play in seven games and could possibly keep him out until after the beginning of training camp.The defensive end has a career 48 sacks in 80 games and only has one Pro Bowl appearance that came in 2015 after recording 14.5 sacks. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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On Friday 11 September internationally acclaimed

first_imgOn Friday 11 September, internationally acclaimed chef Alain Ducasse will return to his Michelin-starred SPOON restaurant at InterContinental Hong Kong, China, for a Gala Dinner.For the occasion, SPOON Executive Chef Stéphane Gortina is preparing a six-course Gala Dinner Menu priced at HK$1688 per person, inclusive of a Champagne Reception with Alain Ducasse at the SPOON Bar from 7pm – 8pm.The six-course menu showcases SPOON’s contemporary French cuisine inspired by Alain Ducasse. Following the Champagne Reception with Alain Ducasse, guests will dine on:Chilled courgette velouté, fresh goat cheeseWarm young rabbit and foie grasCookpot of spelt, seasonal vegetables, herb pestoBlue lobster, chanterelles, salicornia and lemonWild strawberries in warm jus, mascarpone sorbetChocolate from Alain Ducasse’s Manufacture de Chocolat in Paris, crunchy pralineSPOON Sommelier Mathieu Ginglardi has prepared a wine pairing option for an additional HK$1288 per person which includes:Champagne – Fleury Père et Fils Notes BlanchesChâteauneuf-du-Pape – Domaine de Marcoux 2013Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru – Les Caillerets – Marc Colin 2012Champagne – Petite Douceur Rosé – GossetAll prices are subject to 10% service charge.last_img read more

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Go back to the enewsletter From 1 November 2015

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletter >From 1 November 2015 Qantas and China Eastern customers will experience shorter transit times, more codeshare options and greater frequent flyer benefits when travelling between Australia and China.As part of the expanded strategic partnership announced in November 2014, the airlines have also co-located their operations in Terminal 1 at Shanghai Pudong International Airport. Co-location will give customers streamlined check in facilities, access to China Eastern’s new lounge facility and improved connection times in the partnership’s Shanghai hub.Co-location will also allow customers to more easily connect to 67 Qantas codeshare services operated by China Eastern, including new destinations such as Changchun, Jinan and Wuhan. This takes Qantas’ intra-China offering from 11 to 18 markets and provides more than 400 services per week that connect within four hours to other destinations beyond the partnership’s main hub.Qantas International CEO Gareth Evans said the new agreement supports the growing number of customers travelling between Australia and China.“Our goal is to be the first choice for travel between Australia and China and customers will enjoy significant customer benefits as a result of the expanded partnership,” said Mr Evans.“Co-location in Terminal 1 at Shanghai Pudong International Airport makes it easy for our customers to connect beyond Shanghai to the rest of China, and from cities across China through to Australia.“Aviation is opening up new travel and business opportunities at a time when the Australia-China relationship is more important than ever to both countries.“We see huge potential for this expanded partnership with China Eastern as tourist numbers grow and the China-Australia free trade agreement is finalised.“It’s an exciting time for Qantas International. We’re using our aircraft more efficiently and adding capacity to meet demand for travel to destinations across the Asia-Pacific, while expanding strategic partnerships to give our customers a bigger network.  Working more closely with China Eastern is vital part of this strategy,” said Mr Evans.From November 1 2015, under the new agreement Qantas customers will also have new travel options between Australia and Shanghai, including codeshare bookings on China Eastern’s double daily Sydney – Shanghai services and double daily Melbourne – Shanghai services.These services are complemented by Qantas’ existing codeshare on China Eastern’s Sydney Nanjing – Beijing services and new year-round Brisbane-Shanghai services beginning in November 2016.Qantas Frequent Flyers will also have greater capacity to earn and redeem points as the partnership develops.Go back to the e-newsletter >last_img read more

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Go back to the enewsletter In June the wine progr

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterIn June the wine programme at Triple Creek Ranch received a three-star award, the highest honour, from World of Fine Wine’s “World’s Best Wine Lists Awards”.  The Ranch has also received 10 consecutive Wine Spectator Awards of Excellence awards since 2005 and a yearly Best Of, Award of Excellence from the publication since 2012. Behind these accolades is Sommelier Jeremy White, who has been curating the wine selection at Triple Creek Ranch since 2009.How has the wine programme grown at Triple Creek Ranch since you became Sommelier in 2009?Our owners, Craig and Barbara Barrett, have provided me with an incredible platform. They’ve given me the opportunity and freedom to expand the wine cellar at Triple Creek Ranch. I’ve worked to increase both breadth and the vintage depth, which is starting to show now. Montana has also seen a huge shift in wine consumption since 2009, consumers are getting more interested and sophisticated and the distributors are starting to bring in serious wines. In large part, Triple Creek Ranch has been a driving force behind this by supporting boutique producers. We now have 2600 bottles and about 700 selections in our cellar.When you talk about increasing depth of the cellar, what have you been working on?Let’s take Pinot Noir, for example. We have a wide selection of Burgundies, but I’ve also added a greater selection of wines from the New World and focused more on the Northwest vintners. Many of our European guests don’t have access to Washington State and Oregon wines overseas.  Of course, Pinot Noirs also happen to go very well with Chef Jake Leatherman’s food.What are some of the notable strengths of the Triple Creek Ranch cellar?California Cabernets are king at Triple Creek Ranch, and the Pinots. In terms of regions, we are very strong in wines from California, the Pacific Northwest and France.What offerings might surprise a guest when they settle down to look at your list?The Rieslings. They’ve been called the “sommelier’s grape”, because sommeliers tend to get excited about them. They are so versatile yet many people just don’t know much about them. We have a quite a few from Germany, Austria and Alsace, but also from places you might not expect Riesling to be grown, such as Oregon and Australia.Are Triple Creek Ranch’s Vintner Events strictly for serious wine aficionados?Not at all. A certain percentage of the guests might know the vintner from a visit to the vineyard or their wine club, but many of our other guests come just to learn. It’s also important to remember that these are multi-day events, not tastings or just a weekend. At the Vintner Events, you’re not meeting a sales manager, you’re meeting the winemaker or the vineyard owner. You have access to them, to taste, talk and enjoy ranch activities alongside some of the country’s preeminent vintners. People like Cyril and Blakesley Chappellet of Chappellet Winery, who are really hands on. You will sometimes get to physically blend the wine from a producer like Et Fille Wines, a boutique winery from Oregon. With Merry Edwards, from California’s Russian River Valley, we’ve been able to do amazing tastings, like a flight of 10 vintages from her Meredith Estate Pinot Noir. The Vintner Events showcase the best of Triple Creek Ranch – enjoying great wine in a spectacular western setting.How would you sum up your attitude about wine?Classic wine makes the food better and the food makes the wine better — if you do it properly! It’s all about synergy, which is a very powerful thing and enhances the entire dining experience.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img read more

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The cuisine of Canton Obwalden comes aboard SWISS

first_imgThe cuisine of Canton Obwalden comes aboard SWISS for the first time this week. In the latest phase of its popular “SWISS Taste of Switzerland” programme, which has been offering highlights of Swiss regional cuisine to long-haul First and Business Class travellers on flights from Switzerland since 2012, SWISS is welcoming aboard the half-canton of Obwalden in Central Switzerland. Andreas Appenzeller, the chef de cuisine at Europe’s highest lakeside four-star-superior hotel, the frutt Lodge & Spa (which stands 1920 metres above sea level), has concocted some truly special meals with creative alpine influences for his SWISS guests. Appenzeller has already earned 15 GaultMillau points for his creations in the hotel’s own frutt Stübli restaurant.Alpine delights in First and Business ClassFor SWISS Business travellers, Andreas Appenzeller has created a starter of smoked Balik salmon tartare with sour cream, while his main courses include a beef tenderloin with thyme sauce, Obwalden semolina slice and summer vegetables. His Business Class offering is rounded off with a yoghurt and honey mousse with strawberry sponge and Bircher muesli popcorn. SWISS First customers can enjoy a starter of lobster ragout with sea buckthorn coulis, pepper mousse and chutney, a main course of pike-perch fillets with chive oil, creamy risotto and red wine-glazed pearl onions and a dessert of white chocolate and raspberry mousse with crumble and raspberry sorbet.The First and Business Class menus also offer specialty cheeses from Canton Obwalden, such as Bergmannli, Seiler Sarnerli and Kloster Bergkäse in Business Class and Seiler Grotto, Schacher Säppli Chäs and Sälmi goat’s cheese in First.SWISS Traditions highlights the Central Switzerland Wrestling FestivalCanton Obwalden will also be spotlighted on SWISS this summer in the latest feature of the airline’s “SWISS Traditions” programme, which celebrates the country’s festivals and customs throughout the year in culinary terms. The latest focus here is on Central Switzerland’s Wrestling and Alpine Festival, which will be held in Alpnach on 2 July. In addition to the wrestling, the event offers visitors a wide and colourful range of alpine food, drinks and traditional musical entertainment.SWISS will be celebrating the Wrestling and Alpine Festival by serving special meals in Business Class on selected European flights from Switzerland between 21 June and 4 July. The culinary treats here will include Obwalden dry-cured ham with sliced cheese and a tomato salsa and, on longer flights, veal fillet with pepper gravy and potato gratin or a traditional Swiss macaroni gratin with pears. An Obwalden meringue with diplomat cream and berry compote will round off the tasty offering.last_img read more

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Odell said the reaction to the overhaul of Oceania

first_imgOdell said the reaction to the overhaul of Oceania has been overwhelmingly positive. “Oceania needed it because the middle-ground space has become a little bit more competitive. Oceania’s space has been pretty clear of any rivals. We haven’t had a competitor in that luxury price point, so I think this is really good for the brand because it’s allowing us to elevate the brand with new stories and improving the product.”Quizzed by LATTE if expedition was next on the cards for NCLH, Odell said “never say never, but it’s not on our radar right now. I don’t think you can be properly profitable with expedition as a standalone … I don’t think it’s NCLH’s direction. We’re concentrating on where the core money comes from, and that’s the big ships. We’ve got two highly successful market leaders. The economics of a 600- to 700-passenger vessel work better than a 100-passenger small ship.”It’s a view also shared on river cruising, an area that Odell has experience from his previous days at Silversea where he revealed he was involved in the research and development phase of work for the rival line. While there would be benefits for NCLH in being able to intertwine selling passengers between river and big ships, and vice versa, “it’s a different business, and our focus is on what we do today. Let’s perfect it and hone it and do it better and be more profitable, and that’s where we are at”.Meanwhile, market conditions will see NCLH increase pricing across its three brands, effective 1 October 2019.“Our clear strategy is ‘market to fill’ early for all three NCLH brands: Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, and Regent Seven Seas Cruises. We always offer guests the best pricing and promotional amenities upfront in the sales cycle and as our ships fill, we adjust those rates upwards.“The expected pricing increase speaks to the current strong position on forward sales for 2019 onwards and to their exceptional value. It’s a win-win for the consumer and agent communities.“I want to thank agents for their ongoing support. I recommend anyone with clients interested in sailing in 2019 to make their bookings now to not only take advantage of competitive fares but to ensure they secure their preferred suite and sailing,” Odell added.Additionally, Norwegian Cruise Line will commence a TV advertising campaign starting this weekend. The commercial can be viewed online below. Go back to the enewsletter Go back to the enewsletterThe ultra-luxury ocean cruise segment is growing exponentially each year, with vessels already in the top-of-the-line flotilla being out-done by newer technology advances, extravagant suites, fancier restaurants and onboard and off-ship experiences from which consumers can choose. The advancements can make pairing the right cruise product for the right client a challenge for agents, especially since the word “luxury” has been so heavily “bastardised”, says Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings’ (NCLH) Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Asia Pacific, Steve Odell.Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings is one of the primary players in the ultra-luxe space, with its top-of-the-line product, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, currently consisting of four ships but swelling to five when Seven Seas Spendor joins its fleet in February 2020.NCLH has its bases covered in other cruise segments too, with a presence in the premium space through the Oceania Cruises brand and in the upscale contemporary band under its namesake, Norwegian Cruise Line.The multi-market positioning provides Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings with the ability to offer a diverse range of ocean-cruising products. Odell says it’s crucial for travel agents to be aware of the differences when selling high-ticket cruises, to ensure their customer’s experience meets expectation.Regent Seven Seas Explorer Atrium“At the ultra-luxury price point is Regent, and that tends to be suites-only, more inclusive, smaller ships and the price point is up around $700-$800 a day, whereas the Oceania product has smaller rooms, more people, is more unbundled and has a price point of around, say, $400-$500 a day,” Odell said.“There’s a bit of crossover, but they are very distinct markets. Obviously, there’s a lot more volume in the premium market because of the price-point – supply and demand – but I think this is the challenge.”“I’m a great advocate for honest marketing. The word “luxury”, for example, is really bastardised and I think a competitor came out comparing their product to that of Regent. But you know, it’s nothing like the Regent product. Yes, the competitor includes an excursion, yes they have open seating dining, there are some similarities. But it’s like comparing the Park Hyatt to the Sofitel – it’s just different,” Odell explained to LATTE during a wide-ranging interview.“In our work with travel agents, we are very quick to distinguish what the luxury market is. It is Regent, Silversea and Seabourn. They are the three brands that compete for the same kind of client, each with differing inclusions. Viking is not in that. It’s a different kind of customer. So I think it is the responsibility, not only on behalf of the cruise lines but also the travel agent to make sure the right client gets the right experience.“I’m a great believer in that you’ve got to be honest in your marketing. If you give people an inflated impression of what they are going to experience, that’s when you run into problems, because if a Regent client or a Silversea client or a Seabourn client go to the competitor, they are not going to get a luxury experience like they get with the other three leading luxury cruise lines.“We offer something that is expensive and inclusive and suite-only and it’s a whole different ball game. So I think it’s really incumbent on all of us to be honest about what the products are and where they sit in the market. But to try to claim to be higher up then you are I don’t think is ethically correct.”For Regent, Seven Seas Splendor will be a “me too” of Regent Seven Seas Explorer, Odell says.“The challenge we have is that we called the Explorer the world’s most luxurious cruise ship ever built. And now we’ve had to come up with something else to market at the next level, so Splendor will be luxury perfected,” he quipped.“It will be very similar. Some design faults that we found having built and having passengers on board Explorer we have fixed. Things like sight lines in the theatre. There’s more of a demand for outdoor experiences, so we will have an outdoor part of the Coffee Corner – which is a very big hallmark part of the product – and we’re changing a bit of the colours up and down, but essentially it’s going to look very much like its sister-ship.”Elsewhere, NCLH also recently revealed a revitalisation program for Oceania’s older “R-Class” ships under the “OceaniaNEXT” project, an announcement Odell said he was particularly pumped about.“Norwegian and Regent have really shared all the new-ship stories and upgrading, so this is exciting for Oceania. OceaniaNEXT has been in the making for a little while. The first round centred around the R-Class ships, all around 650–660 passengers. They have a huge loyalty following, but they were built 15 years ago so they’ve become a little bit old-style in the decor. They are going to be upgraded to a much more modern look and feel, such as ripping out the bathrooms, putting in proper showers, treating flooring and doing the big suites, new mattresses, new curtains. It’ll look really super new and stylish, modern-style. And then the beginning of November there’s a second stage of OceaniaNEXT which will be another major refurb project that we going to announce.”last_img read more

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New York New York – Reported by Elite Traveler t

first_imgNew York, New York – Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle MagazineRichard Mille unveils a new limited edition of his automatic Diver’s Watch exclusively for retailers in North and South America. The RM 028 Americas is a 30-piece edition featuring red and white details on a dark black DLC titanium case.With the introduction of the RM 028 in 2009, Richard Mille combined the exceptional case and skeletonized movement that have become the hallmarks of all Richard Mille watches, with the specific timepiece features required of divers.The RM 028 adheres to diver’s watch ISO norms 6425 with its water resistance of 300 meters (30 ATM) and a unidirectional bezel. The seemingly simple lines of the 47-mm round case conceal a considerable amount of technical know-how. The exceptional water resistance is achieved with a three part case construction and 22 torque screws, with complete integration of the lugs into the case system. This configuration prevents any accidental dislodging of the bezel from its case while diving.The skeletonized automatic movement of the RM 028 utilizes a rotor with variable geometry, a major innovation of Richard Mille that allows the level of automatic winding to be adjusted to the user’s lifestyle via the setting of two 18K white gold wings.The RM 028 Americas edition is distinguished by a black DLC titanium case and bezel, red and white numerals and hands, and a bright red inner bezel and rubber crown protector.AUTOMATIC DIVER’S WATCH RM 028 Americas Functions: Skeletonized automatic movement with variable rotor geometry, hours, minutes, central seconds and date Diameter: 47.00 mm x 14.60 mm Available in black DLC titanium with titanium lugs and rubber braceletwww.richard-mille.comlast_img read more

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Draper Utah –SE2 Labs today announced the shipmen

first_imgDraper, Utah –SE2 Labs today announced the shipment of its ITC One (Integrated Theater Console) home entertainment system, which integrates audio, HD video, gaming, DVR functions, A/V signal processing and control into a one-box solution that is roughly the size of two PC consoles.The ITC One unites revolutionary design, world-class audio and video performance, and exquisite simplicity into an easy-to-use, first-of-its-kind home theater device that delivers all of the functionality of multiple components without the complexities, inefficiencies, tribulations and confusing connectivity issues.In another break with convention for home entertainment hardware, each and every ITC One is unique, and perfectly suited to the customer’s needs and requirements. Customers design their own personalized systems on the SE2 website. Each ITC One is then built and shipped within two weeks of the build date.The list of previously standalone components that can be included with any ITC One is staggering—DIRECTV® high-definition DVR, Dish Network® DVR or national cable providers’ DVR (including Comcast, Time Warner, Cox Cable and more), AMX NetLinx® Control System, Bryston pre-amp processor with full digital outputs, IcePower high-end D-class amplifiers, Vidikron high-end video processor, Apple Video iPod dock, proprietary remote control, Microsoft® Xbox 360™ (with Windows Media Center access), Transparent Cable power conditioning, Transparent cabling and cable harness, and an anti-noise/vibration system. Optional add-on features include; Blu-ray Disc drive, Apple TV® and Nintendo Wii®.To engineer and deliver this groundbreaking product, SE2 Labs has partnered with some of the top high-end brands in the A/V industry. Using floating circuit boards on removable cards to minimize size and maximize performance, the ITC One provides a centralized power system and single touch screen (or remote) control of all of its internal components as well as connected video display, auxiliary components, screens, drapery and room lighting. The remote control for the ITC One features innovations like color volume feedback, remote locator beeper and RF communication. The net result is a single console that is astoundingly a mere 17 5/8 inches Wide x 23 7/8 inches high x 22 inches deep.The ITC One is the very definition of plug-and-play. Set-up is incredibly simple. Just connect the power, video source and speakers and turn it on.“SE2 Labs takes A/V integration to another level by pre-integrating, programming and calibrating all of the high-performance electronics contained in the ITC One under ideal conditions,” said company founder and CEO Michael Pyle.“The end result is a high-performance home entertainment system with all the devices you could want that is ready to use right out of the box.”Upgrades and maintenance are also easy, since every part of the ITC One is modular. All parts can be swapped or repaired with little effort, and SE2 Labs provides a five-year warranty on each system. The company can also use a unique IP address assigned to each ITC One to remotely diagnose and troubleshoot problems.With seven full patents, the ITC One is the only high-end, all-in-one home entertainment system of its kind on the market today. The ITC One has an MSRP of $25,000.For more information about the ITC One or SE2 Labs, please visit www.SE2labs.comAbout SE2 Labs SE2 Labs is the innovator behind the ITC One (Integrated Theater Console), the world’s first personalized, compact, all-in-one, plug-and-play home entertainment system. Designed to simplify the installation and enjoyment of high-end home theater systems, the ITC One integrates a variety of best-in-breed components, including a high-def player, audio, video, gaming, control devices, and more—all built into a single, compact box. The brainchild of Michael Pyle, former owner of high-end custom installation firm Aurant, SE2 Labs is headquartered in Draper, Utah.last_img read more

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The Latest Keillor issues new statement on allega

first_imgThe Latest: Keillor issues new statement on allegations by The Associated Press Posted Nov 29, 2017 10:17 am PDT Last Updated Nov 29, 2017 at 9:40 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email In this Feb. 19, 2016 photo, Garrison Keillor uses his phone at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul to time a promo for an upcoming show. Keillor said Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017, he has been fired by Minnesota Public Radio over allegations of improper behavior. (Euan Kerr/Minnesota Public Radio via AP) center_img MINNEAPOLIS – The Latest on the firing of Garrison Keillor over an allegation of inappropriate behaviour (all times local):5:25 p.m.A new statement from Garrison Keillor raises questions about allegations of improper behaviour that led Minnesota Public Radio to terminate his contracts.Keillor said Wednesday he had been fired, and MPR soon confirmed the move. MPR said the allegation involved one person who worked with Keillor on “A Prairie Home Companion” before he left the show in 2016.MPR said it had no similar allegations involving other staff.In a later statement to MPR News, Keillor wrote that he has to respect the privacy “of the two employees who made the allegations.”A spokeswoman for MPR’s corporate arm didn’t immediately respond to a message to clarify whether the accusation involved one person or two.Keillor told the Minneapolis Star Tribune he put his hand on the bare back of a woman he had been trying to console, and when she recoiled, he apologized.___5:10 p.m.A concert featuring Garrison Keillor has been cancelled in Massachusetts in the wake of the entertainer being fired from Minnesota Public Radio on an allegation of improper behaviour.Keillor was slated to appear in Pittsfield with the folk duo Robin and Linda Williams on Wednesday night. The duo were regular guests on Keillor’s nationally syndicated public radio show, “A Prairie Home Companion.”The Berkshire Theatre Group posted on its website later Wednesday that the show had been cancelled. WAMC Northeast Public Radio had pulled out as a sponsor.Minnesota Public Radio confirmed earlier Wednesday it terminated contracts with Keillor over a single allegation reported last month.Keillor says the incident involved putting his hand on a woman’s bare back while trying to console her. Keillor says the woman recoiled, he apologized and she later told him she forgave him.___3 p.m.The musician who took over hosting “A Prairie Home Companion” when Garrison Keillor retired last year says he’s “in shock” after Keillor was fired over an accusation of improper behaviour.Chris Thile was Keillor’s hand-picked successor as host of the popular radio show. Minnesota Public Radio confirmed Wednesday it had terminated contracts with Keillor.Thile later tweeted that he knew nothing about the accusation. The mandolinist says he trusts “that the proper steps are being taken.” MPR says an outside law firm is investigating.A longtime voice actor on the show also says she never saw inappropriate behaviour by Keillor. Sue Scott was an actress on the show for 24 years. She tells The Associated Press she’s stunned by Keillor’s firing.Keillor says he was fired because he put his hand on a woman’s bare back as he tried to console her. Keillor says the woman recoiled, he apologized and she later told him she forgave him.___2 p.m.An allegation of improper behaviour by former “Prairie Home Companion” host Garrison Keillor is shocking his fans.Minnesota Public Radio terminated its contracts with Keillor for what they called an allegation of inappropriate behaviour. Keillor told the Minneapolis Star Tribune that he touched a woman’s bare back as he tried to console her, and he apologized when she recoiled.Among the local fans shocked by the news was Cindy Dina. The suburban Minneapolis woman says she admired Keillor and frequently listened to his show. She says she hopes the continuous allegations against high-profile men accused of misconduct sends a strong message to others.Kathy Wallace says wasn’t a big fan of Keillor’s show but knew his name well as a cultural icon in Minnesota. She says his firing caught her off guard.___1:05 p.m.Garrison Keillor says he was fired because he put his hand on a woman’s bare back as he tried to console her.The longtime radio host announced Wednesday he’d been fired by Minnesota Public Radio. Keillor retired from his popular show, “A Prairie Home Companion,” last year but had still worked for MPR on a variety of projects.Keillor tells the Minneapolis Star Tribune in an email that he was trying to pat the woman’s back after she had told him “about her unhappiness.” Keillor wrote that the woman’s shirt was open and his hand went up about 6 inches.Keillor says he apologized when the woman recoiled, and also emailed the woman an apology. He says she replied she’d forgiven him and “not to think about it.”Keillor says he considered her a friend and they remained friendly “right up until her lawyer called.”MPR declined to give any detail of the allegation against Keillor.___12:30 p.m.Minnesota Public Radio is telling members it was “the right thing to do” to fire Garrison Keillor.MPR depends heavily on member support. It sent note to supporters after Wednesday’s firing was announced, saying the organization appreciates Keillor’s contributions to the network “and to all of public radio.”The statement was signed by MPR President Jon McTaggart. It says the firing was necessary “to continue to earn your trust.”Neither MPR nor Keillor has released details about the allegation. MPR says it is a single allegation last month from a person who worked with Keillor while he was producing “A Prairie Home Companion.”Keillor retired from the show last year.___12:15 p.m.Garrison Keillor says he’s been fired by Minnesota Public Radio over a story that is “more complicated” than the version his employer heard.MPR confirmed Wednesday that it fired Keillor after he was accused of “inappropriate behaviour” last month by a person who had worked with him.Neither MPR nor Keillor has given any details about the allegation. MPR says it’s still investigating but currently has no other allegations against Keillor.He retired last year as host of his signature “A Prairie Home Companion” radio show, but had continued working with MPR on other projects.Keillor says he’s deeply grateful for his years on the radio show. He says he’s 75 and doesn’t “have any interest in arguing about this.”___11:50 a.m.Minnesota Public Radio has confirmed it fired Garrison Keillor after he was accused of inappropriate behaviour.MPR says the allegation came last month from a person who worked with Keillor. MPR gave no details, but said it has no other similar allegations involving other staff.MPR says an investigation is ongoing.Keillor first announced his firing in an email to The Associated Press on Wednesday. He says he was fired over “a story that I think is more interesting and more complicated than the version MPR heard.” But he didn’t provide any details.MPR says it will no longer rebroadcast any Keillor-hosted editions of “A Prairie Home Companion.” Keillor retired from the show last year. MPR also says it will change the name of the show, which is now hosted by Chris Thile.___11:22 a.m.Garrison Keillor, the former host of “A Prairie Home Companion,” says he’s been fired by Minnesota Public Radio over allegations of improper behaviour.Keillor told The Associated Press of his firing in an email. In a follow-up statement, he says he was fired over “a story that I think is more interesting and more complicated than the version MPR heard.”He didn’t give details of the allegation. Minnesota Public Radio didn’t immediately respond to messages.Keillor retired last year from his longtime radio show, but still produced “The Writer’s Almanac” for syndication.last_img read more

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by The Associated Press Posted Oct 25 2018 1

first_img by The Associated Press Posted Oct 25, 2018 1:39 pm PDT Last Updated Oct 25, 2018 at 2:20 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Bestsellers Bestselling Books Week Ending 10/20/18HARDCOVER FICTION1. “Every Breath” by Nicholas Sparks (Grand Central)2. “Ambush” by Patterson/Born (Little, Brown)3. “The Next Person You Meet in Heaven” by Mitch Albom (Harper)4. “Unsheltered” by Barbara Kingsolver (Harper)5. “Holy Ghost” by John Sanford (Putnam)6. “A Spark of Light” by Jodi Picoult (Ballantine)7. “Vince Flynn: Red War” by Kyle Mills (Atria)8. “When We Were Young” by Karen Kingsbury (Howard)9. “Alaskan Holiday” by Debbie Macomber (Ballantine)10. “The Witch Elm” by Tana French (Viking)11. “Winter in Paradise” by Elin Hilderbrand (Little, Brown)12. “Desperate Measures” by Stuart Woods (Putnam)13. “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Della Owens (G.P. Putnam’s Sons)14. “Juror ?3” by Patterson/Allen (Little, Brown)15. “Killing Commendatore” by Haruki Murakami (Knopf)HARDCOVER NONFICTION1. “Ship of Fools” by Tucker Carlson (Free Press)2. “Killing the SS” by O’Reilly/Dugard (Holt)3. “Girl, Wash Your Face” by Rachel Hollis (Thomas Nelson)4. “Shade” by Pete Souza (Little, Brown)5. “Gmorning, Gnight!” by Miranda/Sun (Random House)6. “Dare to Lead” by Brene Brown (Random House)7. “The Happy Cookbook” by Doocy/Doocy (Morrow)8. “Fear” by Bob Woodward (Simon & Schuster)9. “Atomic Habits” by James Clear (Avery)10. “This Will Only Hurt a Little” by Busy Philipps (Touchstone)11. “Racing to the Finish” by Dale Earnhardt Jr. (W)12. “Ottolenghi Simple” by Yotam Ottolenghi (Ten Speed)13. “Brief Answers to the Big Questions” by Stephen Hawking (Bantam)14. “Almost Everything” by Anne Lamott (Riverhead)15. “The Fifth Risk” by Michael Lewis (Norton)MASS MARKET PAPERBACKS1. “Fall from Grace” by Danielle Steel (Dell)2. “Hardcore Twenty-Four” by Janet Evanovich (Putnam)3. “Two Kinds of Truth” by Michael Connelly (Grand Central)4. “Look for Me” by Lisa Gardner (Dutton)5. “The People vs. Alex Cross” by James Patterson (Grand Central)6. “Deep Freeze” by John Sanford (Putnam)7. “Merry and Bright” by Debbie Macomber (Balantine)8. “All I want for Christmas” by Robyn Carr (Mira)9. “A Snow Country Christmas” by Linda Lael Miller (HQN)10. “Choir of Angels” by Debbie Macomber (Mira)11. “Covert Game” by Christine Feehan (Berkley)12. “Holly and Ivy” by Fern Michaels (Zebra)13. “An Amish Wife for Christmas” by Patricia Davids (Love Inspired)14. “The Christmas Room” by Catherine Anderson (Berkley)15. “Haunted” by Patterson/Born (Grand Central Publishing)TRADE PAPERBACKS1. “The Tatooist of Auschwitz” by Heather Morris (Harper)2. “Elinor Oliphant is Completely Fine” by Gail Honeyman (Penguin)3. “The Fallen” by David Baldacci (Grand Central)4. “Year One” by Nora Roberts (Griffin)5. “Sapiens” by Yuval Noah Harari (Harper Perennial)6. “Less” by Andrew Sean Greer (Back Bay)7. “Rich People Problems” by Kevin Kwan (Anchor)8. “Just Jessie” by Jessie James Decker (Dey Street)9. “Red Alert” by James Patterson (Grand Central)10. “The Dutch Wife” by Ellen Keith (Park Row)11. “Leonardo da Vinci” by Walter Isaacson (Simon & Schuster)12. “Instant Loss Cookbook” by Brittany Williams (Harmony)13. “A Simple Favor (movie tie-in)” by Darcey Bell (Harper)14. “Sold on a Monday” by Kristina McMorris (Sourcebooks Landmark)15. “Beautiful Boy (movie tie-in)” by David Sheff (HMH/Dolan)Copyright 5/8 2018 Publishers Weekly, powered by NPD BookScan 5/8 2018 NPD Group.last_img read more

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Chrissy Metz denied a report that she insulted Gl

first_img Chrissy Metz denied a report that she insulted “Glow” actress Alison Brie during an interview on the Golden Globes red carpet.The “This Is Us” star wrote on Twitter on Sunday night during the Globes broadcast that a report claiming that Metz used a curse word to describe Brie was “completely fabricated.” She wrote that she adores Brie and would never say a bad word about her.The clip is of her speaking over footage of Brie and the words are not easily distinguishable. Us Weekly later deleted a tweet questioning whether Metz cursed.Other news outlets also reported that Metz used a curse word to describe Brie.The Associated Press AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Chrissy Metz shuts down rumour about insult to Alison Briecenter_img by The Associated Press Posted Jan 6, 2019 8:10 pm PDTlast_img read more

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by The Associated Press Posted Jan 13 2019 12

first_img by The Associated Press Posted Jan 13, 2019 12:21 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Big Boi, Travis Scott to join Maroon 5 in Super Bowl showcenter_img NEW YORK — Big Boi and Travis Scott will join Maroon 5 in this year’s Super Bowl halftime show.Maroon 5 had been the widely reported halftime show act since September, but the NFL officially announced the band as its headliner Sunday. The league says Maroon 5 will feature guest artists including Big Boi, the Atlanta-based rapper from Outkast, and Scott.Many acts have turned down the halftime show this year in support of Colin Kaepernick and other players who have taken a knee during the national anthem in protest of racial injustice. An online petition urges Maroon 5 to withdraw from the gig.This year’s Super Bowl will be broadcast from Mercedes-Benz Stadium it Atlanta by CBS on Feb. 3.The Associated Presslast_img read more

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NEW YORK — Some Emmy Award nominations seemed like

first_img NEW YORK — Some Emmy Award nominations seemed like a lock: “Game of Thrones” was going to earn a haul . “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” would still charm voters. The final goodbye to “Veep” would surely end in nominations.But who would have bet against Jim Parsons? And who thought “Schitt’s Creek” would finally get noticed by Emmy voters long after its cameras were turned off? And who thought the powerful “When They See Us,” which shined a light on a 30-year-old miscarriage of justice, would be hailed with over a dozen nominations?Some of the snubs and surprises from the Emmy nominations.BIG WHIMPERParsons won’t be able to make Emmy history this year.“The Big Bang Theory” star didn’t earn a nomination for outstanding lead actor in a comedy series, meaning his fifth statuette is out of reach in 2019.Parsons is a six-time nominee and won his fourth statuette in 2014, tying Carroll O’Connor, Michael J. Fox and Kelsey Grammer’s category record of four wins apiece.“The Big Bang Theory,” which ended its run after 12 seasons earlier this year, got little goodbye love from Emmy voters despite being a top-rated comedy.The show won 10 Emmy Awards during its life but earned just three nominations Tuesday — for direction, technical direction and editing.SUDDENLY LOVEFor five seasons, there were Emmy crickets when it came to “Schitt’s Creek.” Then, after it’s sixth and final season — respect.“Schitt’s Creek” earned four nominations Tuesday, including acting ones for stars Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara. The show is also up for outstanding comedy series.Co-creator and co-star Dan Levy — son of Eugene — tweeted out an emoji in tears.The show had been a sleeper hit among comedy fans. The series garnered its first Critics Choice Award nomination in 2018 and its arrival on Netflix helped spread the word.“Schitt’s Creek” follows a family of newly broke millionaires arriving at their one remaining asset — a backwater town they bought for their son as a joke.NOT LAUGHINGThe recent Emmy-less streak for “The Tonight Show” continues.The venerable show where Steve Allen, Jack Paar, Johnny Carson, Jay Leno and Conan O’Brien played host hasn’t won an Emmy for outstanding variety talk show under Jimmy Fallon — and won’t again in 2019.There was no room for “The Tonight Show” this year as outstanding variety talk show. Spots instead went to “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” ”Full Frontal with Samantha Bee,” ”Jimmy Kimmel Live!” ”Last Week Tonight with John Oliver,” ”The Late Late Show with James Corden” and “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”Fallon, who has four Emmys, has gone without a statuette since 2015, when he won a social media award. Fallon did get an acting nomination Tuesday for mocking presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke on Facebook Live.The last time “The Tonight Show” was nominated for outstanding variety talk series was in 2016. The show used to be the king of late night but stumbled in the ratings after Fallon’s now-infamous hair mussing appearance with Donald Trump.THEY DID SEE USIt was often hard to watch but it was definitely seen: Ava DuVernay’s four-part Netflix series “When They See Us” earned a whopping 16 nominations.The four-part series explores the true story of five black and Latino New York City teenagers who were coerced into confessing to a rape they didn’t commit in 1989 and follows them over the course of 25 years.DuVernay was nominated for writing and directing, while the show earned nods for casting, cinematography, music, sound editing and outstanding limited series.Actor Jharrel Jerome was nominated for best lead actor in a limited series, and Niecy Nash and Aunjanue Ellis each got one for lead actress in a limited series.Supporting actor nods went to Asante Blackk, Michael K. Williams and John Leguizamo. Marsha Stephanie Blake and Vera Farmiga won nods in the supporting actress category.NOT DEAD TO USChristina Applegate could win a second Emmy now that she’s nabbed a surprise best actress in a comedy nomination for “Dead to Me.”The actress, who made her name on TV with “Married . With Children” and won an Emmy as a guest star in “Friends,” got the quirky Netflix show’s only nomination.“Thank you, thank you, thank you!” she tweeted. “Best part of the morning was my kid finding out and she screamed.”On the show, Applegate plays Jen, a mom who has recently lost her husband to a hit-and-run accident. His death upends her life, forcing her to deal with grief and anger.To win the Emmy this time, she’ll have to beat Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Rachel Brosnahan, Natasha Lyonne, Catherine O’Hara and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Tracee Ellis Ross, who had been nominated three times in a row in the category for “black-ish,” was frozen out this year.___Mark Kennedy is at http://twitter.com/KennedyTwitsMark Kennedy, The Associated Press AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Mark Kennedy, The Associated Press Posted Jul 16, 2019 11:16 am PDT This image released by Netflix shows Linda Cardellini, left, and Christina Applegate in a scene from “Dead To Me.” On Tuesday, July 16, 2019, Applegate was nominated for an Emmy Award for outstanding actress in a comedy series. (Saeed Adyani/Netflix via AP) Parsons snub, ‘Schitt’s Creek’ love among Emmy surpriseslast_img read more

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January 14 2015There is a whole series of reports

first_imgJanuary 14, 2015There is a whole series of reports on all of the different steps in the upgrade work in the East Crescent Keystone area, starting with the plans in our report from August 15; the beginning of the work is reported on 8/20/2014. Continuing reports were posted on 9/1, 9/3, and on 9/10, 9/12, 9/15, 9/22 9/26, 10/1 – 10/6, 10/22, 10/24, 12/3, 12/12 and 1/5 – 1/12/2015.[photos and text by Sue Kirsch]Workshop participant Jason Green learned how to correctly connect a utility line.Here is Jason helping to install new set of power boxes on the northwest wall of the East Crescent keystone. This is just a small glimpse of some of the activities that a workshop participant might become part of.More to come.last_img read more

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Arrested for crowd trouble

first_imgA 26-year-old man was arrested on Saturday in connection with the crowd trouble after the football match between Aek and Ael in Larnaca.After the end of the game, some Aek fans, reportedly, threw stones at Ael fans outside the stadium and at police officers that tried to restore order.You May LikeClassmates.comLook For Any High School Yearbook, It’s FreeClassmates.comUndoFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoAuthorities release five of 12 Israeli rape suspects, seven due in court FridayUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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Aussies leave after 53 years in Unficyp

first_imgAFTER 53 years, the Australian contingent of the UN peacekeeping force (Unficyp) lowered its flag for the last time on Friday ahead of its departure from Cyprus mainly for budgetary reasons.Special Representative of the UN Secretary General in Cyprus and Head of Mission, Elizabeth Spehar said Australia was departing at an important moment in the island’s history.“Australia has been sending its finest to this mission for 53 years, from Unficyp’s earliest days,” she said. “Australia’s sustained support to UNFICYP is but one example of the country’s deep commitment to peace and security worldwide, reflected in its place within the top 12 financial contributors to UN peacekeeping globally.”Some 1,600 Australian police peacekeepers have served in Cyprus over half a century since 1964, three of whom were killed. In 2017, there were seven Australians serving in Unpol.Australia’s decision to withdraw was made in 2015, an Australian government statement said, having taken into account a range of considerationsThe level of increased interest and capacity of many EU and EU-candidate states in shouldering regional peacekeeping tasks, in particular in a fellow-EU member state was one.“Australia’s important role in this mission, and the collegiality and professionalism of its police officers, will be sorely missed,” Spehar said. “We are also encouraged by the commitment of Australia to offer its assistance to the parties for the development of a future federal police force of a united Cyprus. Yours is a successful model from which Cyprus could surely benefit significantly.”Spehar noted that the Australian police “depart as we enter a potentially defining moment in the island’s history,” adding that “it is our sincere hope that the continuation of the negotiations in Switzerland at month’s end will bear fruit, and that the long sought-after goal of a re-unified island will be realised.”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 Taboolalast_img read more

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Kiosk robbed at gunpoint

first_imgTwo men with their faces covered robbed a kiosk at gunpoint at around 3am on Monday in Nicosia.According to the police, the two men threatened an employee with a gun and a knife and took around €700 from the till.They then fled on foot.Police believe a third man was also involved.Nicosia CID is investigating.You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoCity BeautyDo This To Fix Sagging Jowls Without SurgeryCity BeautyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo 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 Taboolalast_img read more

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Ministers call for end of occupation and withdrawal of Turkish troops

first_imgMemorials were held throughout the government controlled areas to mark the 43rd anniversary of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus and commemorate those who fell during the invasion, with ministers calling on Turkey to withdraw its occupation troops and for the reunification of Cyprus.Pressure should be exerted on Ankara while Cyprus, exploiting its membership to the EU and its good relations with countries should put forward the interests of the Republic of Cyprus with those of the powerful countries, said House President Demetris Syllouris.He said that the Cyprus problem is and remains an issue of illegal invasion and occupation and its resolution is the greatest challenge that the Republic of Cyprus has faced.In a speech in Paphos to commemorate those who fell during the 1974 Turkish invasion, Syllouris said that the fight to secure all human rights and freedoms of the people of Cyprus and for the withdrawal of Turkish troops and settlers continues.In his speech also in Paphos, Transport Minister Marios Demetriades said the failure to find a solution at the latest round of talks at Crans Montana is not the end of the efforts to reunite Cyprus.He said that President Nicos Anastasiades made great efforts to achieve a solution but these failed due to the Turkish intransigence and its insistence on maintaining anachronistic system of guarantees and intervention rights on the island.“We should keep the hope alive as well as the vision to create a free Cyprus, without foreign troops or dividing walls and build a better future for our homeland,” Demetriades said.The director of the Cabinet, Theodosis Tsiolas, speaking at a memorial service in Meneou  village in Larnaca, said that it is clear that a prerequisite in any effort to resolve the Cyprus issue should be the complete change of Turkish positions on issues of security and guarantees.Our duty, he added, is to hand over to the future generations a reunited Cyprus that is free of occupation armies, barbed wire and safe for its lawful inhabitants.Justice and Public Order Minister Ionas Nicolaou said that the Greek Cypriot side does not have the luxury to abandon efforts for a solution.Addressing a memorial service in Nicosia, he said: “It is our obligation to draw on the lessons of our past and the mistakes of the past. Moreover, history must be nothing but the voice of the dead that teach the living”.“United, we continue efforts to curb the Turkish intransigence and exploit the benefits of our coordination with Athens,” Nicolaou said.The Republic of Cyprus has been divided by Turkish troops since 1974.  The latest round of the UN-backed Cyprus talks in Crans Montana, Switzerland, ended inconclusively. The peace talks under the auspices of the UN aim at reuniting the island under a federal roof.You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoYahoo SearchResearch Compact SUVs. New SUVs May Make You Want To Trade Yours In Today – See For Yourself!Yahoo SearchUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo 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 Taboolalast_img read more

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North to follow Turkey on winter time

first_imgAuthorities in the north said they will not be changing to winter time unless Turkey decides otherwise, daily Kibris reported on Monday.Turkish Cypriot ‘minister of finance’ Serdar Denktas said “we must be in the same time zone with Turkey, with which we have all types of relationships and cooperation. If Turkey decides to implement winter time this year, we will sit down and discuss the issue.”This prompted reaction from the teachers’ association, which said the decision was political and part of a bid to integrate with Turkey and divide the island.The union’s general secretary Sener Elcil said pupils will have to go to school in the dark again and the Turkish Cypriot community must react to the decision.In November last year, two pupils and a bus driver died in a road crash in Kythrea on their way to school in Nicosia.Unions and friends of the students staged mass protests in the wake of the accident, blaming the authorities for the deaths because they had forced them to go to school in the darkness.The breakaway state decided to stay in summer time last year in line with a decision by Turkey tostop turning back its clocks this winter to make better use of daylight. You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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