Man reported missing in High Level

first_imgHIGH LEVEL, A.B. — Mounties in High Level are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing man.44 year-old Brennan Chonkolay was reported missing on March 1st, and was last known to be in the High Level area on October 14th, 2017. RCMP Cst. Murray MacLeod said that he may have travelled to Grande Prairie since last fall.Chonkolay is described as: First Nations, standing 5’8″ tall, weighing 170 lbs., with short black hair, and brown eyes. Anyone with information about Chonkolay or his whereabouts is asked to call the High Level RCMP at 780-926-2226. If you want to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or by internet at

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Donald Trump unloads Miss Universe Organization on heels of buying NBCs share

FILE – In this Sept. 11, 2015 file image released by NBC, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump appears during a taping of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” in New York. The talent management company WME/IMG says it has acquired The Miss Universe Organization from Donald Trump. The announcement on Monday, Sept. 14, comes on the heels of Trump’s announcement last week that he bought out NBCUniversal’s interest in the property, which includes the Miss Universe, Miss USA and Miss Teen USA pageants. (Douglas Gorenstein/NBC via AP, File) Donald Trump unloads Miss Universe Organization on heels of buying NBC’s share by The Associated Press Posted Sep 14, 2015 10:55 am MDT Last Updated Sep 16, 2015 at 8:40 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK, N.Y. – The talent management company WME/IMG says it has acquired The Miss Universe Organization from Donald Trump.Monday’s announcement comes on the heels of Trump’s announcement last week that he bought out NBCUniversal’s interest in the property, which includes the Miss Universe, Miss USA and Miss Teen USA pageants.NBCUniversal’s sale to the developer and GOP presidential front-runner completed a divorce that began in June when NBC said it was ending its business relationship with Trump, with whom it had been partnered in the pageant joint venture and who starred on the network’s “The Celebrity Apprentice.” The network decided to sever ties with Trump after comments he made about Mexican immigrants and other inflammatory remarks during his presidential campaign kickoff speech.No dollar figure was disclosed for WME/IMG’s purchase of the organization. read more

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No Drugs or Alcohol Found in Junior Seaus System

There was no alcohol or drugs found in Junior Seau’s system when he shot and killed himself at his home in May, according to the autopsy report released by the San Diego County Medical’s Examiner’s Office on Monday.The girlfriend of the former NFL All-Pro linebacker found his body with a single gunshot wound to the chest.The 16-page report stated that the body of the former NFL All-Pro linebacker was found to have Zolpidem, which is often found in the sleeping aid Ambien, and traces of the anti-inflammatory drug Naproxen. All of the substances were deemed “consistent with therapeutic use,” wrote Deputy Medical Examiner Craig Nelson.Perhaps even more mysterious was that the autopsy found Seau’s brain to be normal with no underlying hemorrhaging or contusions. His family has donated some of his brain tissue for research following widespread concerns over whether his 20-year professional football career played some kind of factor in his death.Questions now remain as to why Seau, 43, chose to kill himself on May 2 at his suburban Oceanside, California home. No suicide note was ever found and friends and family have insisted that Seau never appeared distraught or depressed.Police investigators said Seau killed himself with an unregistered .357 caliber revolver that had five hollow-point bullets inside. Authorities also found his cell phone lying on his bed, although it was missing its memory chip.Seau, a former USC All-American, was the fifth overall pick of the 1990 NFL Draft and went on to become a 12-time Pro Bowler in the NFL.He sustained minor injuries in October 2010 when his SUV plunged down a 100-foot cliff, just hours after he’d been arrested for domestic violence following an incident between him and his girlfriend. Seau later insisted that he was never suicidal, but that he’d instead fallen asleep at the wheel. He was never charged in the domestic incident. read more

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Teammates making life easy for freshman goalkeeper

With a true freshman playing in goal for the Ohio State women’s soccer team (8-2-1, 2-0-0), an experienced defense and ‘no-shots’ approach has propelled the Buckeyes to the top of the Big Ten standings. Goalkeeper Rachel Middleman currently ranks second in the Big Ten in goals against average, letting in only .33 percent of shots. According to head coach Lori Walker, it’s the play of the defense in front of Middleman that has helped make the transition to collegiate ball trouble-free for the true freshman. “They’ve got a strong no-shot mentality and I think that helps make Rachel’s job a lot easier as a freshman,” Walker said. “I know that the saves that we’re going to ask her to make are going to either be simple saves or game-winning saves. There’s not going to be that kind of in-between thing where we really need to lean on her to be a difference-maker at this point, which is what you want from your freshmen.” The Buckeye defense is led by a trio of senior captains Cassie Dickerson, Lauren Beachy, and Danielle Scoliere. “Our defense is old and mature and we’ve played together for three years, so I just think we really know each other well,” Beachy said. “We have a ton of chemistry and stress a no-shot mentality. We just play together as hard as we can and we know what works for us.” That no-shot mentality has put the Buckeyes at the top of most Big Ten statistical categories, including goals allowed where they rank second with six, and goals against per game average where they rank third with .53. Of the Buckeye’s 11 games, six of them have been shutouts and only once have they given up more than one goal in a game. “That’s the biggest thing that we can contribute to the game, our hard work and our tough defense,” Dickerson said. “If we can shut them down, that gives our forwards a much greater chance. Usually the margin in the Big Ten wins is by a goal each game. We’re not going to win 3-0 or 4-0, it’s always going to be 1-0 or 2-1, so if we do our job it gives us a great chance to win.” Dickerson is a three-time captain for the Buckeyes and the second player in Ohio State women’s soccer history to be named to the Hermann Trophy watch list. The Hermann Trophy is awarded each season to the top male and female players in college soccer. “It’s something that I carry on my shoulders and take pride in,” Dickerson said. “It’s an honor to be a captain, so it’s just something that just comes out of me naturally and I think that when you have people who are willing to follow, it’s an easy role to do.” According to Beachy, help from the team’s offense has been a welcome addition this season. “Our offense is really clicking and that hasn’t always happened,” Beachy said. “As long as we keep those shutouts coming, I think that we always have a really good chance.” Both of the OSU’s Big Ten wins this season have come in shutouts, including a 2-0 win over Michigan and 1-0 overtime win against Penn State. The Buckeyes know that they’ll need to keep up their strong defensive pace to have success through the rest of the Big Ten schedule. “Our defense knows that a mistake that they make could really cost us and so while we don’t ask them to play perfect games, they do a great job of minimizing what those mistakes are that they make,” Walker said. “There’s a nice confidence and a nice aura about our backline, and so it’s just kind of contagious. So when they do make a mistake, they carry that weight and don’t just place it on one individual.” read more

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Flat where Westminster terrorist spent final months preparing for attack had picture

first_imgThe picture, which includes a City of Westminster sign, shows streets just a mile from the atrocity on the bridge, which claimed five lives.Masood is understood to have moved into the room, which is rented for £450-a-month, last December.For the first week he made repeated demands for the internet to be fixed and seemed “desperate” to get online, according to his flat mate.Ilyas Ilkgun, 26, told the Mirror he had been shocked to find he had lived next to a terrorirst for three months. He added that he may have got inspiration for the horrific tragedy from the picture of a London street that hung in their communal living room. He vanished from the flat three days before his attack in Westminster.Ilkgun said Masood would spend hours lifting weights, never had any visitors during his three months in the flat, and was obsessed with having internet access in the flat. He said he believed this was so the terrorist could prepare and plan his attack. A wellwisher lays flowers outside the Houses of Parliament, following the March 22 attack by Khalid Masood A wellwisher lays flowers outside the Houses of Parliament, following the March 22 attack by Khalid MasoodCredit:AFP When armed police entered the terrorist’s room they found pop music playing on a loop. Ilkgun revealed Masood’s room, where he spent most of his time, was bare except for furniture and the gym equipment.  Inside the flat and shared residence at 165 Hagley Road, Birmingham of Westminster terrorist Khalid MasoodCredit:Sam Bagnall  Terrorist Khalid Masood lived couped up in a tiny room decorated with an iconic photo of Westminster in the months before he carried out the Westminster attack, it has emerged.New photographs reveal the inside of the shared flat in Birmingham where Masood spent the final months of his life lifting weights and obsessing over internet sites, the Daily Mirror reported. “He lived in his own tiny world, just the four walls of his room. The way he lived wasn’t healthy, he never saw daylight and he never went outside,” he said.“He couldn’t find any reason to hold on to life.”Masood also reportedly owed hundreds of pounds to the taxman and was being chased by HMRC at the time of his death.His flatmates told the Mirror that Masood, who was then unemployed, was paying HMRC £100 a month over an unpaid tax bill.They also claimed the terrorist would deliberately lock them out of the flat by bolting the front door.center_img  Inside the flat and shared residence at 165 Hagley Road, Birmingham of Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood Khalid Masood  Khalid Masood Credit:AFP Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. The 52-year-old left his wife Rohey Hydara and their two young children for the flat above a Birmingham restaurant, where he is believed to have plotted the atrocity.Masood, a Muslim convert formerly known as Adrian Elms, cooked his meals in a communal room containing the large Ikea print of a double-decker bus.last_img read more

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Anglo American partners with ASI on autonomous haulage development

first_imgFacing challenges such as lower commodity prices, declining grades of ore deposits, and difficulty of access to ore bodies, the mining industry “needs to leap forward 20 years in five,” said Tony O’Neill, Anglo American’s Group Director for Technical and Sustainability, at the Dassault Systemes 3DExperience Forum in November 2014. To help drive this innovation, Anglo American is working with ASI automation engineers to create fully autonomous, teleoperated, and remote control haulage operations. “Anglo American is at the forefront of innovation in the mining industry and they have been the ideal partner in creating disruptive mining solutions,” said President and CEO of ASI, Mel Torrie. As Anglo American’s OEM-independent automation partner, ASI leverages more than 14 years of experience developing robotic solutions for the mining, farming, automotive, industrial, and military industries. Development and testing of the autonomous mining systems have already commenced with active field trials with Anglo American and at ASI’s new 100 acre mining proving ground in northern Utah. Representatives from Anglo American recently announced their partnership with Autonomous Solutions, Inc (ASI). The goal of the multi-year relationship is to deliver enhanced productivity, sustainability, and safety through mining vehicle automation systems for the company’s haulage operations.  The joint effort is part of Anglo American’s FutureSmart initiative through which the company is partnering with third party technology groups like ASI to drive innovation within the mining industry.last_img read more

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THW Kiel and PICK Szeged book their TOP 16 places

6. HC Metalurg6105146:175(-29)2 3. HC Prvo plinarsko drustvo …7304163:174(-11)6 4. HC Motor Zaporozhye7205191:195(-4)4 5. Kadetten Schaffhausen6114158:181(-23)3 1. KS Vive Tauron Kielce6600188:162(26)12 3. Naturhouse La Rioja6303177:174(3)6 3. Aalborg Handball6213153:157(-4)5 1. MOL-Pick Szeged7601198:182(16)12 1. THW Kiel7601220:191(29)12 Hungarian runners-up PICK Szeged are the second team who sealed TOP 16 berth last night. Team of Juan Pastor had easier job to beat Motor Zaporozhye 29:25 (16:12) in Ukraine than at home. Bombac and Balogh were in the main roles with 7 goals each. 2. Paris Saint-Germain Handba…6402169:157(12)8 THW Kiel booked their EHF CL TOP 16 place with a victory over PPD Zagreb 34:27 (16:16). Highly motivated Croatian team showed fighting spirit and energy enough to stay in balance with the “Zebras” in the first half, but after the break, Alfred Gislason men made quickly a clear advantage and took the new points routinely.The first gunner of the German squad was Steffen Weinhold, who scored 9 goals, while Domagoj Duvnjak punished his ex-team with 7 balls into the net.THW KIEL – PPD ZAGREB 34:27 (16:16)THW KIEL:Pallicka 12 saves, Sonne 3 saves; Duvnjak 7, Ranke, Toft Hansen, Sprenger 4, Weinhold 9, Wiencek 2, Ekberg, Lauge, Canellas 6(4), Dahmke 2, Klein 4, VujinPPD ZAGREB: Stevanović 4 saves, Ivić 6 saves; Mihić 3, Brozović 2, Stepančić 5, Šprem, Čorić,  Šebetić 5(3), Raković 2, Horvat 1, Šušnja 1, J. Valčić 4, T. Valčić, Obranović 3, Vuglač 1, LukačecRESULT: 3:0 (4.) 5:2 (7.) 6:4 (11.) 8:7 (16.) 10:7 (19.) 12:9 (22.) 14:14 (27.) 14:15 (29.) 16:16 (30.) 19:16 (33.) 21:17 (37.) 23:18 (40.) 24:21 (41.) 27:23 (49.) 30:24 (54.) 34:27 (60.)Man of the Match: Steffen Weinhold 5. HC Meshkov Brest6204160:164(-4)4 6. Dunkerque HB Grand Littora…6105137:148(-11)2 Pick SzegedTHW Kiel ← Previous Story EHF CL: Kiel look for revenge against Zagreb Next Story → Pavel Atman goes home to Russia read more

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Ronaldo cleared to face Manchester United

first_imgCristiano Ronaldo will be available for Juventus to face old club Manchester United at Old Trafford on October 23 after receiving just a one-match banThe five-time Ballon d’Or winner was shown a straight red card by referee Felix Brych just 29 minutes into his European debut for Juventus following a coming together with Valencia defender Jeison Murillo.Two penalties from Miralem Pjanic either side of half-time ensured that a 10-man Juventus side won the game 2-0.But now Sky Sports reports that the Old Lady will be able to count on the services of former United favourite Ronaldo in their trip to Old Trafford on October 23.The UEFA have decided not give Ronaldo a more excessive punishment for his red card at Valencia and have cleared him to face United.Mario Mandzukic, JuventusJuventus confirm Mario Mandzukic could leave this month Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Sporting director Fabio Paratici confirmed reports that Mario Mandzukic could leave Juventus for a move to an unnamed Qatari team.The 33-year-old will instead just sit out of Juventus’ game against Swiss champions Young Boys on October 2.BREAKING: @Cristiano Ronaldo has been banned for 1 match by @UEFA, meaning he is available for both of @juventusfcen’s meetings with @ManUtd in the @ChampionsLeague. ⚽🏟— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) September 27, 2018last_img read more

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Motorcyclist dies in crash near Mill Plain

first_imgA rush-hour crash killed a motorcyclist just south of the busy intersection of Mill Plain Boulevard and Southeast 136th Avenue on Monday afternoon.The accident was reported at 4:24 p.m., said Kevin Stromberg, a spokesman for the Vancouver Fire Department. The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene.The Vancouver Police Department’s traffic unit is investigating, but here is what apparently happened, according to Stromberg: The motorcyclist, described as a young male, was southbound on 136th just south of Mill Plain on a lime-green Kawasaki Ninja. Observers said the driver of a white Buick SUV was turning left into the rear entrance of Columbia Square shopping center when the motorcycle collided with the right side of the SUV.The Buick’s driver, a woman, was taken to a local hospital with injuries that were not considered life-threatening, Stromberg said.The accident snarled traffic. Southeast 136th Avenue between Mill Plain and Seventh Street was closed until 10 p.m. while the investigation continued.Patty Hastings: 360-735-4513;; read more

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83yearold man with dementia missing in Miami

first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – An 83-year-old man went missing Sunday in Miami.Miami Police said Frank Hooks went missing from 1001 NW 54th St. and was last seen wearing a green and blue jacket with a white/brown T-shirt and red/orange pants with black sneakers.Hooks is a black male who sands 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs about 170 pounds. He has gray hair and brown eyes.Hooks has also been diagnosed with dementia.If you have any information on this man’s whereabouts, please contact the Miami Police Department Missing Persons Detail at 305-603-6300.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

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Despacito Ties Billboard Hot 100 Record

first_img “Despacito” Ties Billboard Hot 100 Record Email News Will “Despacito” Earn A Billboard Hot 100 Record? despacito-ties-billboard-hot-100-record Twitter Facebook Having notched 16 weeks at No. 1, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito” featuring Justin Bieber could make chart historyRenée FabianGRAMMYs Aug 28, 2017 – 3:42 pm Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito,” featuring Justin Bieber, has been heating up the charts all summer long, and now it has edged its way one step closer to Billboard Hot 100 chart history.At 13 weeks, “Despacito” was deemed the longest-running No. 1 hit of 2017, beating out Ed Sheeran’s 12-week run of “Shape Of You.” Now it’s reached a new milestone.With 16 weeks to its name at No. 1, “Despacito” is tied for most weeks ever in the top spot with Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men’s “One Sweet Day,” which spent 16 weeks at No. 1 in 1995 and 1996.With one week left to go to potentially surpass the old record, will “Despacito” dethrone “One Sweet Day”? According to a Billboard report, Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” may head it off at the pass. Regardless, the saucy jam has already left an indelible mark on the 59-year history of the Billboard charts.”Sesame Street” Takes On “Despacito” With Rubber Duckslast_img read more

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ExTrump manager Manafort to plead guilty to conspiracy charges

first_imgUS president Donald Trump`s former campaign chief Paul Manafort, arriving for a hearing at US district court in Washington, DC. Manafort has agreed to plead guilty to charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States and witness tampering, court documents indicated on 14 September. Photo: AFPUS president Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort has agreed to plead guilty to two criminal counts as part of a deal with Special Counsel Robert Mueller, court documents showed on Friday in what could be a blow to Trump in the long-running investigation of Russian election influence.As part of the deal, Manafort, 69, could be required to cooperate with Mueller’s probe into Russia’s role in the 2016 presidential election and whether Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia in the 2016 election.Details of the deal were likely to emerge in a plea agreement hearing scheduled for 11:00am ET (1500 GMT) in the federal court.Manafort will plead guilty to one count of conspiracy against the United States and one count of conspiracy to obstruct justice, according to documents filed in the US district court for the District of Columbia. Five other charges were dropped in the new court filing.A Virginia jury convicted Manafort last month on bank and tax fraud charges.Jury selection was due to begin on Monday in a second trial on charges including conspiring to launder money, conspiring to defraud the United States, failing to register as a foreign agent and witness tampering.Manafort’s decision could be a blow to Trump, who last month praised his former aide for not entering into an agreement with prosecutors, as the president’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen had.Writing on Twitter on 22 August, Trump said, “Unlike Michael Cohen, he refused to ‘break’ – make up stories in order to get a ‘deal. Such respect for a brave man!”According to the court filing, the change of conspiracy against the United States includes money laundering, tax fraud, failing to disclose his foreign bank accounts, and acting as an unregistered lobbyist for pro-Russian politicians in Ukraine. The second count, for conspiracy to obstruct justice, relates to attempts to tamper with witnesses related to his foreign lobbying.last_img
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Son asked Will Smith to hit gym before Focus

first_imgActor Will Smith says his 16-year-old son Jaden urged him to go to the gym before starring alongside Margot Robbie in the film Focus. Jaden urged his 46-year-old father to tone-up after he was cast alongside the 24-year-old Australian beauty in the romantic comedy-drama, in which he plays a veteran con artist who takes Robbie’s on-screen character Jess under his wing, reports Speaking on the British TV show Good Morning Britain, Smith said: “When Margot got hired for the film, Jaden said: ‘Get in the gym – do not embarrass me.’last_img

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Personal Travel Managers Achieve Bucket List Experiences in China

first_imgBecause climbing a section of China’s Great Wall isn’t already enough of a workout, TravelManagers’ Lillie Smith, Lisa McCowan, Kerrie Baguley, Julie Painter, Samantha Temple, Kelly Jenkins (back row), along with Sharon Wright, Elly Eves (front row) try out their best tree and warrior poses, while Michelle Schulze, Lisa Leary opt for downward-facing dog.Personal Travel Managers Achieve Bucket List Experiences in ChinaThe Great Wall of China, the Terracotta Warriors at Xian, strolling the Bund in Shanghai: for eight of TravelManagers’ personal travel managers (PTMs), a nine-day itinerary delivered all these bucket list items, and more, on a recent famil to China hosted by On the Go Tours.The group flew to Beijing with China Eastern Airlines in June, and spent their first night in the capital city before embarking on a familiarization tour of the city that took them to from the grandeur of Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City to the traditional hutongs (neighbourhoods) for a rickshaw tour. The day concluded with a display of traditional but mind-boggling Chinese acrobatics and a dinner of Peking Duck.Bike Riding in Xi’AnFrom Beijing, the group departed on a tour that took in several sections of the Great Wall and the city of Xi’an, finishing in Shanghai where the most modern and ancient facets of China come together.For most of the PTMs, this was their first opportunity to experience China for themselves. Kelly Jenkins, representative for Winston Hills, NSW, says the visit has given her the confidence to offer advice and make recommendations to her clients.“I went with few expectations as I didn’t know what to expect, and I was so pleasantly surprised by China as a country. Everything was so much cleaner and less busy than I expected,” she says. “Now I can definitely help my clients experience it all for themselves.”TravelManagers’ Executive General Manager, Michael Gazal, says the company strives to ensure as many PTMs as possible are able to update and extend their product information by participating in famils. In this case the famil, which was exclusive to TravelManagers, was a chance for PTMs who had not previously visited China to benefit from experiencing On the Go Tours’ product.Taking a well-earned break atop the Great Wall are TravelManagers’ Elly Eves, Michelle Schulze, Lisa Leary and Kerrie Baguley (standing), plus(sitting) Lillie Smith, Sharon Wright, Julie Painter, Samantha Temple (sitting), and Kelly Jenkins (in front)“We identified PTMs who have the clientele and/or specialist-type niche to be able to sell it in the future,” Gazal explains.For Lillie Smith, representative for Toowong, QLD, it was easy to identify the biggest highlight of her trip.“The Terracotta Warriors have always been on my list of things to see, and definitely didn’t disappoint – I was in awe.”Smith believes that she will be much better able to meet her clients’ needs, now that she has experience China for herself.“I find it trickier to sell a destination that I haven’t visited personally; now that I’ve ‘been there, done that’, I will be able to tell my clients what to expect and what experiences and activities would suit their abilities, expectations and requirements,” she explains.Sam Temple, representative for Sandy Bay, TAS, agrees with this point of view: “actually being there makes a world of difference to be able to sell it to my clients. I’ve also learnt that it’s a good idea to experience China as part of an organized group… or even better, pay for a guide for the duration of your stay – it’s worth every cent.”The group flew from Australia with China Eastern Airlines, which was another new but welcome experience for the participants, giving them the opportunity to experience first-hand their check-in procedures, aircraft seating/comfort and in-flight meals and service.Gazal says it’s this level of personal experience and expertise that gives TravelManagers’ PTMs the confidence and knowledge to provide superior service to their clients.“Being able to recommend restaurants that offer fantastic food at great prices; the best place to find a coffee; whether they need to book a private transfer when they first arrive; what the public transport is like; it’s these little details that make the biggest difference to our clients’ travel experience.”For more information or to speak to someone confidentially about TravelManagers please contact Suzanne Laister on 1800 019 599.About TravelManagersTravel Managers operates in all Australian States and is a wholly owned subsidiary of House of Travel, Australasia’s largest independent travel company which has a forecast turnover of $1.5 billion for 2017. TravelManagers is a sister company to Hoot Holidays, also owned by House of Travel, and has more than 500 personal travel managers throughout Australia with a dedicated support team at the company’s national partnership office in Sydney. TravelManagers places all customer money in a dedicated and audited Client Trust Account which is separate from the general business accounts, ensuring client funds are secure and only used for client purchases.TravelManagers’ Elly Eves, Julie Painter, Michelle Schulze, Samantha Temple Lillie Smith, Sharon Wright, Kerrie Baguley (standing) and Kelly Jenkins, Lisa Leary, Lisa McCowan (sitting) have found a great vantage point to view the futuristic skyline of Shanghai Who’s photobombing who? TravelManagers’ Elly Eves shares the view with another group visiting the Great Wall. Source = TravelManagers – Australialast_img read more

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Women in Housing Awards—Now Theres More Time to Nominate

first_img in Daily Dose, Featured, News June 22, 2018 744 Views As has become an annual tradition, the Five Star Institute is once again taking time out to recognize the extraordinary accomplishments of women within the mortgage servicing and housing industries. As part of this year’s annual Five Star Conference, Five Star will present the Women in Housing Leadership Awards during a special banquet on Tuesday, September 18, at the Hyatt Regency in Dallas, Texas. If you haven’t already nominated any outstanding colleagues who have demonstrated leadership and excellence, don’t worry—the nomination deadline for these awards has now been extended to Tuesday, July 10.This is your chance to shine the spotlight on the industry leaders whose drive, encouragement, and professionalism make your company a better place to work and improve the industry’s commitment to helping build the American Dream of homeownership. Click here to submit your nominees.This year’s Women in Housing Leadership Awards will be divided into five categories:Rising Business Leader Award—Recognizing individuals who, while still early in their careers, have demonstrated an outstanding capability to lead and drive progress (fewer than 10 years’ consecutive industry experience).Cultural Leader Award—Honoring industry leaders who have successfully fostered forward-thinking company cultures and workplaces through corporate strategies and initiatives that have led to tangible, positive outcomes for colleagues company-wide and beyond (minimum 10 years’ consecutive industry experience).The Community Leadership Award—Acknowledging individuals who displayed tremendous leadership and cooperation in local communities. This includes all commendable community achievements by those in the non-profit, government, small business, and corporate sectors (minimum 10 years’ consecutive industry experience).The Diversity & Inclusion Award—Celebrating those who have successfully broken barriers and helped lead the charge in developing diverse workplace cultures by fostering inclusive and welcoming environments for people of every color, creed, and gender to prosper and achieve over adversity (minimum 10 years’ consecutive industry experience).Laurie A. Maggiano Legacy Award—Named in honor of the late industry icon whose distinguished and accomplished career left an indelible impact on housing, this award recognizes those women who through their tireless efforts, collaboration, and ingenuity have powerfully influenced the industry and homeownership nationwide (minimum 20 years’ industry experience).Finalists for the awards will be announced in the September 2018 issue of DS News’ sister publication, MReport magazine. The winners will be announced live during the Women in Housing Leadership Awards Banquet, hosted on September 18 during the Five Star Conference. The winners will also be profiled in the October 2018 issue of MReport.You can hit the banner below to submit your nominations for the 2018 Women in Housing Leadership Awards. Take the time to help recognize the extraordinary women of the industry. Sharecenter_img 2018 Five Star Conference Five Star Conference Women in Housing Women in Housing Leadership Awards 2018-06-22 David Wharton Women in Housing Awards—Now There’s More Time to Nominatelast_img read more

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Related Open Skies allows American Airlines to hom

first_img RelatedOpen Skies allows American Airlines to home in on HeathrowAmerican Airlines has announced plans to make Heathrow its single London hub.Open Skies: new choices for passengers and challenges for HeathrowOpening up new routes to new carriers, the agreements place Heathrow on the front lines.British Airways and Iberia merger approved by ECBritish Airways and Iberia merger approved by EC A historic corner has been turned in transatlantic aviation, with the EU-US Open Skies agreement now operative and Continental landing its first ever New York to London flight at Heathrow this morning.European transport commissioner Jacques Barrot claimed: “This marks the start of a new era in transatlantic aviation. This agreement will bring more competition and cheaper flights to the US.”Experts have tipped the new free market in transatlantic flights as a major challenge for British Airways (BA), with the airline currently drawing some 65 per cent of its profits from Heathrow-New York flights, a route it has so far shared with only three rival airlines.Continental has paid £100 million for four Heathrow landing slots and the right to compete with BA, while Northwest Airlines is opening routes out of London to Minneapolis, Detroit and Seattle.BA could however take advantage of the new regulations itself and expand outside of its Heathrow base to provide transatlantic flights from other EU states, a trend already initiated by Air France’s new Heathrow-LA route.The French flag carrier has moved into BA’s former Terminal 4 base, while its British counterpart struggles with baggage handling problems and flight cancellations at its new Terminal 5 home.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more

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Blood banks coordinate checks

first_imgFollowing a European directive calling for improved quality, safety and coordination between blood donation facilities, the health ministry is beginning an overhaul of the system with the introduction of a central blood unit.Beginning soon, the blood centre will begin coordinating with Famagusta general hospital’s blood bank with regard to donations, processing, quality control and screening for infections.According to the ministry, starting in a couple of months until the end of September, the centre is expected to update the coordination process in all the other blood banks before finally assuming responsibility for all donations throughout the island.The government believes the changes will safeguard the quality and safety of donated blood, bringing it up to ISO 9001 standard.A number of incidents were reported in the past where blood supplies were lower over holiday periods, or where the wrong blood type was sent to surgeries for operations.The original deadline for implementation of the changes to the system was the end of last year but the European Commission gave Cyprus an extension until February 9.Cyprus needs more than 70,000 units of blood per year, corresponding to approximately 300 donors per day. Cypriot citizens have demonstrated their social sensitivity to blood issues, placing the island in first position among EU peers, in donors per population.All involved are expected to embrace this effort, contributing to the efficiency and the quality of blood in the country.You May LikeInsured Nation – Auto Insurance QuotesNew Rule in Rowland Heights, California Leaves Drivers FumingInsured Nation – Auto Insurance QuotesUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 minute and see why everyone is addictedPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GameUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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After some small talk. Ramkumar earned 12 points for qualifying for the main draw and $5, Justice Adeniyi Ademola on November 3 granted him permission to travel abroad to treat his ailment. given that Glass users can still connect to their phones via Bluetooth or personal Wi-Fi hotspot.

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They are aware that they got elected because of Sasikala’s recommendation for a ticket and finances and Jayalalithaa’s campaign for them. people need to know what is going on. it seemed liked a normal thing in the match. “We urge China to clarify the current status of all five individuals and the circumstances surrounding their disappearances. Perhaps Emerald City is seen as a cross-promotional opportunity?" So what happens now? Just hours after being paraded across an airport tarmac in a public perp walk, I am not the one with luxurious houses and cars and it is like what I said when I became governor. China, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said the EU executive would launch on Friday the process of activating a "blocking statute" – legislation banning EU companies from complying with U.

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Ivan Ljubicic, Im not good on a skateboard, according to recent government data. PTI Asserting that development is the "mool mantra" (basic principle) of the BJP government, When we go to any Olubadan-In-Council meeting in future we will go as Obas-in-Council (as His Royal majesties) under the chairmanship of kabiyesi, Any new land masses that are formed by lava within the national park become federal land and any ocean entries outside the park becomes state land. read more

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