At least two police officers injured in Abbotsford BC

first_imgABBOTSFORD, B.C. – Police say at least two officers were injured and a suspect is in custody in Abbotsford, B.C., following an incident that took place around noon today.Police say there are no outstanding public safety concerns, but the area around Mt. Lehman Road near the Fraser Highway will be an investigative scene for some time.An employee of a nearby business says at about 12 p.m. he heard two gunshots before hearing sirens approaching the area.Police did not immediately provide any further details and could not be reached for comment, but they have scheduled a news conference.The witness says police are investigating on the road between a Shell gas station and a McDonald’s.Employees who answered the phones at the gas station and the fast-food restaurant said they have been told not to speak to the media.The Independent Investigations Office, which investigates police related incidents of death or serious harm, says it has sent investigators to the scene.last_img read more

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IT searches 50 locations of people linked to MP CM Kamal Nath

first_imgNew Delhi/Bhopal: The Income Tax Department Sunday launched pre-dawn searches on at least 50 locations in Delhi and Madhya Pradesh against people linked to state Chief Minister Kamal Nath on charges of alleged tax evasion, officials said. A team of about 200 I-T department and police officers swooped down on these premises around 3 am and some undisclosed cash was recovered, they said. The searches are linked to suspected movement of hawala money during the ongoing polls season and tax evasion, they said. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c details Locations in Indore, Bhopal and Delhi (Green Park) were being raided and those being searched included Nath’s former Officer on Special Duty (OSD) Pravin Kakkad, former adviser Rajendra Miglani and executives linked to his brother-in-law’s firm Moser Bayer and his nephew Ratul Puri’s company, they said. Both Kakkar and Miglani resigned from their posts just before the Lok Sabha polls were declared. In Indore, the raids were conducted by a team of officials, who arrived from Delhi, at Kakkad’s residence in Vijay Nagar area and other places associated with him, sources in the I-T department said. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from Thursday Searches were also conducted at Kakkad’s house in Bhopal’s Nadir Colony and a couple of other places in the state capital, they said. They said documents seized during the searches were being scrutinised in detail. The raids are also being conducted against Kolkata- based businessman Paras Mal Lodha, the sources added. Kakkad, a former Madhya Pradesh police officer, was appointed OSD to Nath after the Congress-led government came to power in the state last year. He earlier served as OSD to former Union minister Kantilal Bhuria during the UPA regime. Bhuria is contesting the upcoming Lok Sabha poll from Ratlam-Jhabua seat in MP. Kakkad’s family is associated with a number of businesses, including hospitality. Ratul Puri was last week grilled by the Enforcement Directorate in Delhi in connection with the Rs 3,6000 AgustaWestland helicopters purchase probe. Reacting to the raids, a Congress leader in MP accused the BJP-led central government of targeting opposition leaders for “political vendetta”. MP Congress’ media cell vice president Bhupendra Gupta, also a former OSD to Nath, charged, “The BJP government has been targeting opposition leaders across the country due to political enmity. Due to such act of political vendetta, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister (N Chandrababu Naidu) and DMK leader M K Stalin had to stage protest against the Centre.” However, the BJP hit back, saying thieves were now having a complaint against the ‘watchman’. “Black money worth crores was recovered during the Income Tax department’s raid at the house of private secretary of Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath. This has made one thing clear that those who are thieves have a complaint against the watchman,” BJP’s national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya said.last_img read more

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St Stephens college warns teachers for criticising decision on admission panel

first_imgNew Delhi: Delhi University’s St Stephen’s College on Tuesday sent warning letters to three of its governing body members for condemning the inclusion of a member of the institution’s Supreme Council in the interview panel for selection of students. In a statement, the three members of the governing body had objected to the inclusion of a member of its Supreme Council in the interview panel, saying it is a violation of the college constitution.The three members –Nandita Narain of Department of Mathematics, NP Ashley of Department of English and Abhishek Singh of Department of Economics had condemned the “illegal and unacademic decision taken by the Principal”. “This could compromise the academic integrity of our admissions process,” they said while demanding its withdrawal. Also Read – Odd-Even: CM seeks transport dept’s views on exemption to women, two wheelers, CNG vehiclesThe warning letters sent to the three members said they (the trio) issued “false and irresponsible comments to the media.” In the warning letters issued by college principal Professor John Varghese, the teachers have been “advised not to repeat such irresponsible and unbecoming behaviour in future,” failing which college will take appropriate action against them. “The said guidelines were duly reported in the Governing Body held on March 14, 2019 in the presence of the teachers representatives,” the letter issued to the teachers read. Also Read – More good air days in Delhi due to Centre’s steps: Javadekar”In the light of the above, I am shocked to see that you deliberately chose to ignore the facts and your press release is a complete concoction, factually and legally incorrect, and therefore it is against the code of professional ethics and the ethos of this institution,” the letter read. The letter also accused the teachers of falsely claiming that the decision was undertaken by the principal. The decision, the letter claimed, was of the Supreme Council, “which has the sole power to decide on the admission policy as the College is a Christian minority institution.” Meanwhile, the Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) accused St. Stephen’s college principal of its arbitrary and vindictive conduct to silence criticism of wholly undesirable non-academic intrusion in selection of candidates for admission to the college. “The college administration has threatened further action if they persisted with expressing their critical views,” the DUTA said. “The decision of including Fathers from Church ( Members of Supreme counsel) to admission committee is arbitrary and condemnable. This would weaken the secular fabric of the university. This is not only against the constitution of the college but also against the principles laid down in India’s constitution,” said, Sidharth Yadav, state secretary, ABVP Delhi. He also said that the if the decision is not withdrawn, the ABVP would be forced to mobilise large student community to raise voice against this autocratic decision.last_img read more

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Attracting 20 Million Tourists by 2020 Feasible Goal Moroccos Tourism

Rabat – Attracting 20 million tourists by 2020 is a feasible goal if appropriate means are provided, said the President of the National Tourism Confederation Abdellatif Kabbaj.In an interview with French-speaking monthly magazine Economie Entreprises, Kabbaj said that “reaching 20 million tourists as part of the 2020 vision is a feasible goal if we assign to it the appropriate means,” he said, explaining that these means include increasing coastal resorts to match Morocco’s potential.He stressed the need for creating new resorts in southern Morocco by giving facilitations to investors and reinforcing infrastructure in cities such as Tan-Tan, Mir Left and Dakhla. Kabbaj also pointed out to the need of encouraging domestic tourism to reach 40% of hotels’ clients by 2017, adding that national tourists represent a stable market that spend more than foreign tourists. read more

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DR of Congo UN mission denounces reported flight of banned ammunition

The UN Mission said the act violated Security Council resolution 1484, which bans all military assistance to armed groups in the DRC, which has been riven by civil war and fighting between rival militias.The plane, carrying many boxes of ammunition and seven military and two civilian passengers, was reportedly travelling from Aru to Mangbwalu. It was diverted to Beni due to bad weather conditions. The plane was handed over to the UN by the Congolese Rally for Democracy – Kisangani/Liberation Movement (RCD-K/ML) on 20 July.

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Ohio State womens volleyball looks to get healthy complete season sweep of

Members of the OSU women’s volleyball team during a game against Michigan on Nov. 14 at St. John Arena. OSU lost 3-0. Credit: Giustino Bovenzi | Lantern photographerInjuries and illness have taken a toll on the Ohio State women’s volleyball team as the season has worn on, as it has lost five of its last eight matches.This week has been no different for coach Geoff Carlston’s team, as an illness has made its way around the roster. Nonetheless, the No. 16 Buckeyes (21-7, 10-6) will try to get back on track when they travel west to battle with Iowa (12-17, 2-14) on Wednesday at 8 p.m.“We’ve been trying to back off a lot,” Carlston said. “It’s hard to sharpen the blade when you can’t do it. As a staff, we’re trying to find a balance between trying to keep us healthy, but it hasn’t seemed to work.”Freshman setter Taylor Hughes has been in and out of the lineup since suffering an elbow injury on Oct. 21, while senior outside hitter Katie Mitchell has missed the last two games with an illness.To rediscover its form on the court after an ugly loss to Michigan on Saturday, Carlston said OSU just needs to get back to believing in itself.“I think we just have to remind ourselves that we’re a pretty good team and we’ve had a really good journey so far,” Carlston said.Much of the Buckeyes’ early-season success was fueled by the team playing with a chip on its shoulder. Senior outside hitter Elizabeth Campbell said “getting back to that underdog mentality” is crucial to get back to the winning ways. “We just need to get back to our fundamentals, stay focused,” junior outside hitter Kylie Randall said. “We still have a lot of games left … we still definitely have a chance to improve.”In the first meeting of the season between OSU and Iowa, the Buckeyes came out victorious in four sets, marking their 13th straight victory against the Hawkeyes.After posting a 10-3 record in nonconference play and garnering national attention in the form of votes in the coaches poll, the going started to get tough for Iowa in conference play, winning just two games against Big Ten foes.However, OSU has seen that records don’t mean much, evidenced by its Nov. 6 loss against a Maryland team that entered the game with a 2-11 conference record.“Especially if we’re kicking and scratching with our health, it’s a tough match,” Carlston said of the upcoming tilt against the Hawkeyes. “They run a very fast offense (and) they’ve given a lot of teams problems.”Iowa picked up its only two conference wins recently against Rutgers on Oct. 31 and Indiana on Nov. 4. Then, on Nov. 7, the Hawkeyes took then-No. 16 Purdue to five sets before falling.Campbell said she believes OSU will have its work cut out for it in defending the quick-paced attack of Iowa.“They have a pretty distributed, fast offense, so just being ready defensively in our blocking game to be up fast and challenge their tempos,” she said.The Hawkeyes currently rank third in the conference in service aces per set with 1.20. To combat that strength and bring home the win, Campbell said the Buckeyes are prepared to be “challenging the passing lanes” all match long. What’s next?A big rematch is set to be on tap for OSU on Saturday, when it is set to travel to Madison looking to complete another season sweep against Wisconsin. Back on Sept. 27, the Buckeyes defeated the Badgers in Columbus in five sets. The first serve is scheduled for 2 p.m. read more

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5 apps worth downloading this week

first_imgVSCO Cam For: iOS, Android Cost: FreeWhy should I care?- Do you take photos? Then of course you should care about this, especially if you’re Android.- Minimalist design hides what is actually a very powerful set of editing tools.- Special mention goes to its filters or ‘Presets’. These aren’t like Instagram, these are professional grade filters you’re using.- There’s also VSCO Grid, which is all about viewing and admiring photos. Apparently it’s coming to mobile too which is a good thing.- It might take a little getting used to but if you’re any way serious about your photos, it will be worth it.Around Me For: Windows Phone Cost: FreeWhy should I care?- Think Soundwave crossed with Instagram and you’re on the right track.- All photos have metadata saying where the photo was taken. Around Me takes this and show you photos taken in the area.- Search tool allows you to check the area close to you, should you be looking for any scenic spots.- Photos from Flickr, Instagram and 500px and Panoramio are shown as well.- If there’s a photo you really like, you can set it as your lockscreen background.(Image: Around Me/Windows Phone)Mallzee For: iOS Cost: FreeWhy should I care?- Considering it’s *that* time of year (and coming up to the January sales), clothes shopping is probably going to come up sooner or later- Mallzee takes mobile shopping and gives it its own twist by factoring in your friends’ opinion.- Find something you like and pick your friends to get their opinion.- If they approve, then you’re free to buy it. If they don’t, the app prevents you from buying it.- The more you use it, the better it gets.SidePlayer For: Android Cost: Free, €1.29 for pro versionWhy should I care?- Majority of music players for Android require you to either go into the app or bring down the notification bar to access it.- SidePlayer gives you a minimalist floating panel for you to control any music players.- Swipe from the right edge of the screen to bring it up & again to hide it.- Light version is rather limited but the pro version only costs €1.29- Pro version gives you more scope for customisation, you can practically change every feature if you wish.(Image: SidePlayer/Google Play)Read: 10 ways to improve your smartphone’s battery life >Read: 5 apps worth downloading this week > EACH WEEK, WE highlight five apps that are worth downloading for your smartphone and tablet. There are a lot of apps released on a daily basis, but not all of them are worth paying attention to.We’re going to assume that you already have a lot of the most popular apps, so let us do the hard work for you and pick out the latest apps that are deserving of your time.This week includes a new way to shop, a slick app that helps keep your life organised and one of the best photo editing apps out there.Any.do Cal For: iOS, Android Cost: FreeWhy should I care?- If you’re an iOS user, chances are you’re not a fan of what Apple did with calendar in its latest update.- Cal is not only an improvement on both iOS and Android’s calendars, it’s also very pretty looking.- Swipe gestures, large photos and easy navigation means you won’t actually mind scheduling events.- Also syncs with its other task app, Any.do (also available for iOS and Android) so you can really keep on top of things.- This is the part where Android widgets really comes in handy. Set it up on your lock screen and you’ll never forget an appointment again.last_img read more

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Cork City match their best ever start to a season with eighth

first_imgCork City match their best ever start to a season with eighth consecutive win The league leaders got the better of Derry City in front of another bumper attendance at Turner’s Cross. Friday 7 Apr 2017, 9:27 PM Share7 Tweet Email1 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Short URL 15 Comments Gary Buckley celebrates after putting Cork City in front. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHOCork City 3Derry City 0Paul Dollery reports from Turner’s CrossWITH ALMOST A quarter of the 2017 SSE Airtricity League Premier Division season in the books, Cork City’s bid to end their 12-year wait for a title shows no signs of faltering.There were only a handful of empty seats at Turner’s Cross as a crowd of 5,275 saw John Caulfield’s side get the better of Derry City courtesy of goals from Karl Sheppard, Garry Buckley and in-form striker Sean Maguire, while ex-Derry midfielder Conor McCormack delivered another outstanding display in front of the Leesiders’ back four.It’s now eight wins from as many league games this season for the league leaders — their best start since 1998 — and they went in front 10 minutes before the break through Buckley. Sheppard doubled their lead after the restart, before Maguire struck his ninth goal of the season in all competitions to put his side out of reach.It was a difficult night for Derry, who matched the home side until Buckley’s opener. Having started the season with four successive wins, the Candystripes have now suffered back-to-back defeats following the sudden death of their captain Ryan McBride last month. Derry City were presented with a Cork City shirt to commemorate the late Ryan McBride before the game. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHOCork City were unchanged from their comfortable win over Limerick last week, with Alan Bennett retaining the captain’s armband in the absence of injured duo Johnny Dunleavy and Greg Bolger. Steven Beattie returned to the bench after a two-game hiatus.Derry manager Kenny Shiels was forced to make two significant adjustments to the side that lost to Bray Wanderers seven days ago, with Harry Monaghan and Mikhail Kennedy coming in to replace playmaker Barry McNamee and key striker Rory Patterson.Cork City are not accustomed to sharing possession at Turner’s Cross, but they were forced to do so for much of this first half. After Karl Sheppard headed harmlessly wide from a Stephen Dooley cross early on, Sean Maguire should have scored his ninth goal in as many games this season when he found a gap in the Derry defence. However, the striker was denied by a good save from Ger Doherty.Derry soon settled and forced three saves from Mark McNulty during a positive 15-minute spell for the visitors. Nicky Low, Nathan Boyle and Aaron McEneff all had shots on target, but none of the three posed a significant problem for the Cork City goalkeeper.Buoyed by a Kevin O’Connor free-kick on the half-hour mark that produced an excellent save from Doherty, Cork City eventually assumed control and found a breakthrough in the 35th minute thanks to some superb work down the left by Stephen Dooley. Karl Sheppard of Cork City beats Derry City’s Aaron Barry to a header. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHOPlaying against his previous club, the former Derry winger beat Lukas Schubert and cut the ball back for Garry Buckley, who provided a sublime finish from close range to give the hosts the lead and provide some relief for a frustrated home crowd.Moments after O’Connor made a vital block on an effort from Derry’s Mikhail Kennedy, Cork City increased their lead. Gearoid Morrissey split the Derry defence with a perfect pass from just inside his own half, and Karl Sheppard made no mistake with just Doherty to beat.McEneff was off target as Derry sought to hit straight back, before McNulty was nearly caught by the bounce of a long ball played out from the back. In the 65th minute, however, any hopes that Derry had of leaving Cork with a result were dashed.There was more than a hint of good fortune about Sean Maguire’s 10th goal in 10 games, a run that stretches back to last season’s FAI Cup final. An attempted clearance by Conor McDermott rebounded off Nicky Low, the ball fell to Maguire and he finished emphatically.Buckley, Morrissey and O’Connor all went close to scoring a fourth for Cork, after which McEneff rattled the crossbar with a shot from distance. It was a fingertip save from McNulty that secured another clean sheet for the hosts, as they maintained their six-point lead over Dundalk.CORK CITY: Mark McNulty; Jimmy Keohane, Ryan Delaney, Alan Bennett, Kevin O’Connor; Conor McCormack; Karl Sheppard (Steven Beattie, 76), Garry Buckley, Gearoid Morrissey (Connor Ellis, 81), Stephen Dooley (Shane Griffin, 84); Sean Maguire.DERRY CITY: Gerard Doherty; Lukas Schubert (Mark Timlin, 61), Conor McDermott, Aaron Barry, Dean Jarvis; Nicky Low, Aaron McEneff; Nathan Boyle (Josh Daniels, 61), Harry Monaghan, Ronan Curtis; Mikhail Kennedy.Referee: Robert HarveyNo surprise that LOI managers are getting sacked so quickly – it was inevitableTeaching schoolkids and scoring 50-yard screamers – the busy life of Conan Byrne 13,533 Views https://the42.ie/3329375 By Paul Dollery Apr 7th 2017, 9:27 PM last_img read more

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Senior gardaí allegedly spread rumours that whistleblower was having an affair to

first_img Short URL By Garreth MacNamee 51,659 Views http://jrnl.ie/4056325 56 Comments 27.06.18 Garda whistleblower alleges litany of abuses by senior gardaí as ‘culture of fear’ cripples station Jun 28th 2018, 12:05 AM Share235 Tweet Email2 A GARDA WHISTLEBLOWER who made a protected disclosure about the behaviour of a senior officer has claimed that he spread rumours that she was having an affair around the station in a bid to discredit her case, TheJournal.ie has learned.The whistleblower, who is married, alleges that the rumours about her were spread to try to stop her from speaking out about alleged misconduct in the station and to lower her reputation in the eyes of her colleagues.The woman, who made the protected disclosure to management in 2016, claims that she was repeatedly asked about the affair in private conversations with people she knew.Yesterday, we revealed that a protected disclosure made by the woman accused senior gardaí at her garda station of a litany of abuses.She alleged that senior gardaí at the station, directed by a senior officer, failed to tell her that a criminal who previously threatened her was believed to be in possession of a handgun. She also made a number of other complaints regarding the behaviour of senior gardaí which she says has had a direct impact on how policing is being conducted in the district.It has been alleged that the actions of senior gardaí have installed a culture of fear into the station where rank-and-file officers are terrified to bring up any form of malpractice lest they be admonished or disciplined.As well as the rumour about her having an affair, the garda was also told by a sergeant at the station who, after examining the whistleblower’s phone, said he was happy to see that there had been no calls or texts between her and a violent convict.The garda claims that it emerged through conversations with serving members that the senior officer at the station ordered that all phone calls made by the woman to the station should be documented and write up a brief description of what the call entailed.According to the protected disclosure, he also ordered gardaí to review the whistleblower’s timesheets, leave requests and sick days and compare them with those of another garda in the station to see if a pattern emerged. A desk clerk who was ordered to search these records asked the senior officer why he wanted her to do this. He allegedly told her he suspected the two gardaí were having an affair.When TheJournal.ie contacted the whistleblower about her complaints, we were told there would be no comment forthcoming and that we should direct any queries to the Garda Press Office.However, a well-placed source in the region who would only speak on the condition of anonymity, said that the woman’s life was turned upside down as a result of the rumour.“It didn’t matter how many times she said it wasn’t true, everyone was saying ‘there’s no smoke without fire’ and that there was something going on with the other garda. He has actually been supporting her through all this since she made the protected disclosure and even before that. He saw the way she was being treated and went in to stand up for her.“The way I see it is this woman’s name is being blackened because she had the nerve to challenge her superior about his conduct. It stinks of trying to ruin someone’s reputation to save yourself.”The rumoursAccording to the protected disclosure: “[A Garda] told me that when I had called, the [senior officer] was standing beside her, and that when the call had finished he asked her to document the call.“He then instructed her to send me an email. [Garda] told him that she did not have my private email address and he told her that he would get a Sergeant to do it. [Garda] told me that she had told [a superior] that she was not comfortable doing this.“[Garda] told me another named garda who was the district clerk at the station told her in early 2016 to take both [the garda accused of the affair] and my [leave] forms and TOIL [time off in lieu] applications to see if there was a pattern.“She told me that the district clerk had asked her to do this on the direction of the senior officer. She told me that [district clerk] had asked her to draw up a chart of any days that corresponded.“[Garda] told me that she had been asked to look back on our records to August 2015. She also told me that this had been the reason all the units had been changed to keep us apart.”The rumour of the affair spread through the large station and both members were repeatedly asked about it in private conversations by their friends.The whistleblower’s husband has also filed a complaint to GSOC in relation to this. GSOC is investigating as aspect of this protected disclosure. Source: Sam Boal via RollingNews.ieThe protected disclosure was one of three submitted by serving members of An Garda Síochána in 2016.Garda management has been attempting to make the police force a more transparent organisation in the wake of the whistleblower scandal involving Sergeant Maurice McCabe. Related Readcenter_img Under the Protected Disclosures Act 2014, gardaí may confidentially disclose allegations of wrongdoings within the force. Every disclosure is dealt with by an officer at assistant commissioner level or higher in the first instance, in complete confidentiality. As of now, there have been no findings from the investigation and no disciplinary proceedings have been brought against any officer in relation to this disclosure.Physical intimidationThe whistleblower also accused a senior officer of physically intimidating her after she made an official complaint to management regarding his behaviour.Three and a half months after making her protected disclosure, the garda described how the senior officer at the station made her feel unsafe and that she was the victim of unwanted physical contact from him in front of a number of on-duty gardai at the station.In the summer of 2016, she was contacted by a member at her station who told her that another officer was taking over one of her cases due to her being on leave. An important file relating to a case could not be found so the whistleblower returned to the station a few days later and searched for the file. She was being briefed by other gardaí whether the senior officer was in at the time so she could avoid any potential conflict.She managed to print out the file only for the senior officer to “burst through the door”. There were at least six gardaí in the room at this time.A heavily-redacted copy of the disclosure, seen by TheJournal.ie, reads:“[A garda] who had been standing to my left, stepped away from me and walked towards the hatch. I remember her walking across his path as he walked towards me. I knew he was walking towards me and I felt petrified. I felt my legs go weak [and I] instantly plonked down in the chair beside me.“Up until this point the atmosphere had been positive. I was glad to see my colleagues and I felt they were glad to see me. I could feel myself beginning to get panicked. I tried to steady myself by going back to the computer which was still open with my search on Pulse for the incident in relation to the file. [The senior officer] came right over beside me where I was sitting.“He was to the right of me. He placed both his hands on the bottom edge of the table and leaned over it. He said nothing and I was afraid to move. His left forearm was right up against my right upper arm. I was using the mouse of the computer with my right hand. I could feel his left arm make contact with my body and this made me freeze. I couldn’t believe that he was touching against me. I could feel my heart pounding and could hear it in my ears. I was truly frightened and felt nauseous. I could see peripherally that the senior officer was examining what I was doing on the Pulse computer. He did not move from the position he was standing in. I tried to ignore him. It was humiliating to me. If I were to turn to the right, his face would have been approximately 12 inches from my face and at the same level.The garda remains on stress leave having signed off on in early 2016 – in that time her protected disclosure has remained processing by Garda HQ and nothing has happened since.An Garda Síochána said it does not comment on protected disclosures made to the organisation. However, its policy on how they deal with disclosures can be found here. Image: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland Senior gardaí allegedly spread rumours that whistleblower was having an affair to discredit her claims A protected disclosure alleging a litany of misconduct incidents has been made to garda management. Image: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland Thursday 28 Jun 2018, 12:05 AM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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Antonio Valencia to leave United next week

first_imgManchester United defender Antonio Valencia could reportedly leave the club before the end of the January transfer window, according to Sports Mole.Valencia’s current deal with United expires at the end of the season and having fallen out of favour, was expected to leave on a free transfer in June.However, reports in the English press say the Red Devils are prepared to allow the Ecuador international to leave either on loan or on a free before the transfer window closes on January 31, which has attracted the attention of Newcastle United and Fulham.Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedSolskjaer praises Harry Maguire after Man United’s 1-0 win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer singled out Harry Maguire for praise after helping Manchester United keep a clean sheet in their 1-0 win over Leicester City.Valencia, who will turn 34 later this year, has made played over 300 games for United since joining the club from Wigan Athletic in 2009.The right-back is still officially United’s club captain, but has only featured in five Premier League games this season and was again left out of the squad for Friday’s 3-1 win over Arsenal.Valencia is currently behind Ashley Young and Diogo Dalot for the right-back position at Manchester United this season.last_img read more

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LIVE MUSIC in Wilmington Week of June 24 2018

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Here are several opportunities to catch live music in Wilmington this week:Larry GilbertTuesday, June 26, 6pmThursday, June 28, 6pmRocco’s Restaurant & Bar193 Main Street, WilmingtonPianist Ricky LauriaThursday, June 28, 8pmTremezzo2 Lowell Street, WilmingtonBrandy!Friday, June 29, 7pm-9pmFun on the Fourth CelebrationWilmington Town CommonKaraoke with Winnell EntertainmentFriday, June 29, 8pmPacific Grove211 Lowell Street, WilmingtonHaywire (Country Rock Band)Saturday, June 30, 6pm-9:30pmFun on the Fourth CelebrationWilmington Town CommonFour On The FloorSunday, July 1, 6pm-9:30pmFun on the Fourth CelebrationWilmington Town CommonNOTE: Know of any other musical performances happening in town this week or in the coming weeks?  Let me know at wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedLIVE MUSIC in Wilmington (Week of June 26, 2017)In “Business”LIVE MUSIC in Wilmington (Week of May 27, 2018)In “Business”LIVE MUSIC in Wilmington (Week of July 23, 2017)In “Community”last_img read more

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How Houston Parents Teachers Can Chime In On Superintendent Search

first_img 00:00 /00:56 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Listen The same search firm — Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates — that found the last superintendent will conduct a similar process.Consultant Hank Gmitro said that they will ask questions like “what are the issues and challenges the new superintendent is going to face over the next few years and over the long term, and then what are the most important characteristics for the new superintendent to be successful here?” The board’s goal is to choose a new superintendent by the end of April. They’ve also decided to keep the names of candidates confidential.Since the last superintendent Richard Carranza abruptly left in March half-way through his three-year contract, the district has had an interim leader, Grenita Lathan, the former chief academic officer. The board briefly ousted her in October, though reinstated her.center_img X Share Laura Isensee/Houston Public MediaAt a special meeting in September, board members were mixed, but ultimately decided to conduct a national search for a new superintendent.It’s been about eight months since the Houston Independent School District had a permanent superintendent, but before the next one’s hired, the school board will gather more community input.The HISD board decided at a meeting Wednesday to conduct in-person forums and an online survey in January so that parents, teachers, students and others can weigh in on the next leader for the state’s largest school district.“I don’t want to do this search without getting any sort of face-to-face community input and engagement,” said Trustee Holly Maria Flynn Vilaseca. “I know that an online survey is one thing, but I think it’s really important to have face-to-face interaction working with community members, constituents, stakeholders, to get a feel for what people are looking for in that leader of our schools here in Houston.”last_img read more

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This Lip Gloss Smells Like Kissing A Kittens Nose

first_imgStay on target Cats are nearly perfect creatures (aside from dogs, of course) but kittens are even better. And cuddling with kittens is one of the most amazing things in the world. So it makes sense cosmetics brand Felissimo Nekobu creates makeup and beauty products meant to evoke feelings of cuddling and kissing cats. Adorable!Felissimo’s latest item is a lip gloss that adds color and shine as well as the feeling that you’ve just given a kitten’s nose a big old smooch. If that isn’t the cutest idea in the world, I don’t know what’s cute anymore.The special “Neko no hana ni kisu shita mitai – hinyari ohana” lip gloss, which roughly translated via RocketNews24 means “It’s like I’ve just kissed a cat’s nose – a pleasantly cool nose,” aims to reproduce the feeling of kissing a kitten’s nose. I’m getting goosebumps just thinking about it. How adorable!You use a roll-on applicator tip that spreads the gloss, which has cooling ingredients, hyaluronic acid for plumping, and shea butter to keep your lips soft. You can get pink, orange, and brown, and all the glosses are “kitten milk” scented, meant to evoke bowls of milk set out for hungry kittens. Just imagine them all crowding around to get a little bit of the milk. Aww!Right now you can grab the lip gloss from Felissimo’s website direct, and it will run you about $12. It’s one of the cutest lip gloss tubes out there, but you’ll really flip when you see all the rest of the cosmetics Felissimo is responsible for. Cat paw-scented lotion, a perfume that smells like a cat’s forehead, and a smattering of other kawaii cat-related items means you may have found your new favorite store if you’re a kitty cat lover. I doubt you’ll be able to contain your excitement if you love animals as much as I do. How AMC’s ‘The Terror’ Uses American History to Delive…33 Killed in Suspected Arson Attack on Kyoto Animation Studio in Japan last_img read more

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Introducing SwiftWasm a tool for compiling Swift to WebAssembly

first_imgThe attempts of porting Swift to WebAssembly has been going on for very long, and finally, a team of developers has come up with SwiftWasm, which was released last week. With this tool, you will now be able to run your Swift code on the web by compiling it to WebAseembly. The SwiftWasm tool is built on top of the WASI SDK, which is a WASI-enabled C/ C++ toolchain. This makes the WebAssembly executables generated by SwiftWasm work on both browsers and standalone WebAssembly runtimes such as Wasmtime, Fastly’s Lucet, or any other WASI-compatible WebAssembly runtime. How you can work with SwiftWasm? While macOS does not need any dependencies to be installed, some dependencies need to be installed on Ubuntu and Windows: On Ubuntu install ‘libatomic1’: sudo apt-get install libatomic1 On Windows: First Install the Windows Subsystem for Linux, and then install the libatomic1 library. The next step is to compile SwiftWasm by running the following commands: ./swiftwasm example/hello.swift hello.wasm To run the resulting ‘hello.wasm’ file, go to the SwiftWasm polyfill and upload the file. You will see the output in the textbox. This polyfill supports Firefox 66, Chrome 74, and Safari 12.1. The news of having a tool for running Swift on the web has got many developers excited. The project is still work-in-progress and thus has some limitations. Currently, only the Swift ‘stdlib’ is compiled and other libraries such as Foundation or SwiftPM are not included. Few functions such as ‘Optional.Map’ does not work because of the calling convention differences between throwing and non-throwing closures. If you want to contribute to this project, check out its pull request on Swift’s GitHub repository to know more about its current status. You can try SwiftWasm on its official website. Read Next Swift is improving the UI of its generics model with the “reverse generics” system Swift 5 for Xcode 10.2 is here! Implementing Dependency Injection in Swift [Tutorial]last_img read more

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Analysts see Luis Guillermo Solís as a sign that politics as usual

first_imgRed and yellow Citizen Action Party (PAC) flags waved so thick in the air Sunday night that supporters struggled to see their candidate on stage.Dark horse candidate Luis Guillermo Solís of the PAC delighted supporters and shocked opponents as he tallied more support than any of the other 12 presidential candidates, forcing the election into an April 6 runoff, the second in the country’s history.“I’m very surprised, really excited, I really hoped Costa Rica would make this change. It’s really important for us that we get rid of the previous party, National Liberation,” said Carlina Barboza, a 27-year-old law student at the PAC rally Sunday in San Pedro de Montes de Oca, east of San José.In the weeks leading up to the election, Solís saw strong improvement in the polls but still lagged behind frontrunner Johnny Araya of the ruling National Liberation Party (PLN) and José María Villalta of the Broad Front Party.At the final count, Solís received 30.95 percent, followed closely by PLN candidate Johnny Araya, with 29.59 percent. Villalta, long favored to enter a runoff election with Araya, won only 17.4 percent, ahead of the Libertarian Movement Party’s Otto Guevara with 11.19 percent.“The emergence of Solís, who doesn’t come from a strong party background, is a further indication of the erosion of traditional political parties in the region,” said Eric Olsen, associate director of the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Latin American Program.“That said, (Costa Ricans) are looking for a government that worries about the middle class, poor people, the inequality issues, education, access to health care – a pretty strong left of center agenda. Costa Rica clearly was not looking for a complete redirection, but one that looks like it included a strong alternative to what Liberación Nacional has been offering for the last several decades,” he told The Tico Times.But the desire for changed stopped short of a candidate perceived by voters as more extreme, such as Villalta.“It’s not radical change people are looking for it. It’s change within a certain structure,” said Eric Farnsworth, vice president of the Americas Society/Council of the Americas.“Solís is seen as an outsider candidate but in reality he’s part of the establishment. He’s not going to be dramatic change but he might do something differently,” he added.Despite the communist scare tactics hurdled against the race’s progressive candidates by Araya and Guevara, Farnsworth said business was not likely to flee Costa Rica in the event of a Solís presidency.“I think either of these candidates would be acceptable in the eyes of business. This is not an earthquake in terms of Latin American politics,” he said, noting that Costa Rica was unlikely to see dramatic swings in its economic policy between Araya and the PAC candidate.During a press conference Monday, Solís told the crowd that he planned to hold a “dialogue with the entire country in the coming weeks” as part of his push to win more votes and forge alliances for the April runoff.Solís told the crowd of reporters, “I’m going to take two days off. I think I’ve earned it.” Facebook Comments Related posts:Video: Opposition candidate Luis Guillermo Solís casts his ballot, encourages Ticos to vote Solís wins big but bigger challenges may be ahead, say analysts Costa Rica elections demonstrate country’s democratic stability 5 things that happened this week in Costa Rica’s presidential runoff campaignlast_img read more

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As for the upcoming two months of antifascist and patriotic TV, voice work and TV presenting with occasional appearances on reality series such as The Surreal Life. where he plays Pastor William Winters opposite Sheryl Lee Ralph of Moesha fame. And he says researchers should test their algorithms with many different conditions and settings, were among thousands of Jewish children taken in by Britain as part of the 1930s "Kindertransport" from a continental Europe that was falling to German conquest. "The results are a reflection of people’s faith in the TMC government and a befitting reply to the canards spread against us, Whatever this is. read more

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