Resource shares provide lift to Toronto stock index American counterparts down

first_imgTORONTO – Mining and energy stocks helped move Canada’s largest stock index higher on Friday, as U.S. markets fell into the red a day after making their biggest gain in two months.The S&P/TSX composite index was up 63.20 points to 15,998.57. Taseko Mines Ltd. (TSX:TKO) and Baytex Energy Corp. (TSX:BTE) had some of the biggest advances, up more than five per cent and six per cent respectively at the closing of markets.“Toronto is up today largely because the U.S. dollar is down, which has the price of gold and oil higher, which broadly affects the Canadian market,” said Norman Levine, managing director of Portfolio Management Corp.The January crude contract climbed US$1.36 to US$56.71 per barrel while the December gold contract soared US$18.30 to US$1,296.50 an ounce.Canadian oil stocks were somewhat tempered by news that TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone pipeline leaked an estimated 210,000 gallons of oil onto agricultural land in northeastern South Dakota on Thursday, Levine noted.While state officials don’t believe the leak polluted any surface water bodies or drinking water systems, the timing of the incident couldn’t be worse. Thursday’s spill comes four days before Nebraska is set to vote on whether TransCanada can go ahead with its XL pipeline, which would take a more direct route than the existing Keystone pipeline. Shares of the energy company (TSX:TRP) were down 59 cents, or 0.93 per cent, to $62.54.South of the border, U.S. stock indexes were mostly lower on Friday as technology companies, including Microsoft, lagged the market.The Dow Jones industrial average fell 100.12 points to 23,358.24. The S&P 500 index edged down 6.79 points to 2,578.85 and the Nasdaq composite index lost 10.50 points at 6,782.79.“The market has been on a down trend so far this month pretty much, and yesterday was a big rebound day, but you could say it’s just resuming its down trend,” said Levine. “There’s no real fundamental reason other than valuations got ahead of themselves and they’re just trying to normalize here a bit.”In currency markets, the Canadian dollar was trading at 78.23 cents US, down 0.23 of a U.S. cent.Elsewhere in commodities, the December natural gas contract was up four cents to US$3.10 per mmBTU and the December copper contract added two cents at US$3.07 a pound.Follow @DaveHTO on Twitter.last_img read more

German business confidence drops for 6th straight month

BERLIN — A closely watched survey shows that business confidence in Germany has fallen for the sixth consecutive month as worries mount about the outlook for Europe’s biggest economy.The Ifo institute said Friday that its monthly index declined to 98.5 points from 99.3 in January, sinking to its lowest level since December 2014. That was a slightly worse showing than the 98.9 points economists had forecast.Managers’ assessment of both their current situation and their outlook for the next six months darkened.Germany’s economy shrank in the third quarter and stalled in the fourth. The Ifo said that its survey and other indicators at least point to a return to quarterly growth of 0.2 per cent in the current quarter.The Associated Press read more

The Latest: Tesla to introduce new ride-hailing service

SAN FRANCISCO — The Latest on Tesla’s plans for fully-autonomous vehicles (all times local):___1:50 p.m.Tesla says it will introduce a ride-hailing service with no humans driving the vehicles.CEO Elon Musk and others detailed the company’s plans to have self-driving vehicles operational by next year at an event for investors Monday.Musk says Tesla’s self-driving software is storing images and learning at an exponential rate. He’s confident Tesla will get regulatory approval for the service sometime next year as well.Tesla would allow owners to use their smart phones to put their cars into the ride-hailing service while they’re not being used. The company would take 25% to 30% of the fare. Musk says Tesla would provide vehicles in areas where not enough people share their cars.___1:30 p.m.Tesla expects to have full self-driving cars in which humans won’t have to touch the steering wheel around the second quarter of next year.CEO Elon Musk tells investors that the company’s system of high speed computers, software and neural network object detection and depth recognition will allow human drivers to check out. He expects to get regulatory approval for the system toward the end of 2020.Currently, approval would be required only in California, experts say.Musk also says Tesla’s neural network is learning how to deal with close lane changes on crowded freeways such as those in Los Angeles. Eventually drivers will be able to choose more aggressive behaviour that could run a slight risk of a fender-bender, he says.Musk’s comments came Monday during an event that Tesla is hosting in Silicon Valley to show off its plans for fully autonomous vehicles.____12:45 p.m.Tesla CEO Elon Musk says laser imaging sensors used by nearly all other autonomous vehicle developers are not needed.The sensors called Lidar send out light beams that detect objects in the dark and other poor conditions. Many experts consider them essential, including those at Google spinoff Waymo and General Motors’ Cruise Automation.“Lidar is a fool’s errand,” Musk. “They’re expensive sensors that are unnecessary. It’s like having a whole bunch of appendixes.”He also says Tesla has a huge advantage over autonomous vehicle competitors because it gathers a massive amount of data in the real world. He says this quarter Tesla will have 500,000 vehicles on the road, each equipped with eight cameras, ultrasonic sensors and radar gathering data to help build the company’s neural network.The network allows vehicles to recognize images, determine what objects are and figure out how to deal with them.___12:30 p.m.Tesla CEO Elon Musk has told investors that the company’s computer to enable its electric cars to become self–driving vehicles is powered by the best processing chip in the world.Musk made the bold declaration Monday during an event that Tesla is hosting in Silicon Valley to show off its plans to give the owners of its cars the option to turn all the driving over to a robot.Tesla had never made its own computer chip before it hired an ex-Apple engineer three years ago to design it. Now, Musk boasts the chip is better than any other on the market “by a huge margin.”Many self-driving car experts believe Tesla’s cars still aren’t close to become fully autonomous.Tesla is holding the event two days before it is scheduled to report a first-quarter loss after production and sales of its cars fell below expectations.___11:30 a.m.A webcast showing Tesla’s presentation to investors on “full self-driving” vehicles has yet to begin more than 30 minutes after its scheduled start.More than 40,000 viewers instead are watching a continuous loop of Teslas driving on bridges, highways and snow covered roads. There also are some factory scenes and horses galloping in the snow.CEO Elon Musk was scheduled to detail his self-driving vehicle plans at the event for investors Monday. Reporters were not allowed to attend.Some experts are skeptical that Musk has the technology to deliver fully self-driving vehicles safely.___6 a.m.Tesla CEO Elon Musk appears ready to transform the company’s electric cars into driverless vehicles in a risky bid to realize a bold vision he has been floating for years.The technology required to make that leap is scheduled to be shown to Tesla investors Monday at the company’s Palo Alto, California, headquarters.Musk is so certain that Tesla will win the race toward full autonomy that he indicated in an interview that his company’s cars should be able to navigate congested highways and city streets without a human behind the wheel by no later than next year.But experts say they’re skeptical whether Tesla’s technology has advanced to where its cars can be driven solely by a robot, without a human to take control if something goes awry.The Associated Press read more

Sri Lankas first fully fledged modern high voltage lab opened

A fully fledged modern high voltage laboratory was a long felt need for the university education and the electrical engineering industry of Sri Lanka.  The laboratory has been named after Prof Rohan Lucas as a gratitude for the dedicated long service over 45 years for High Voltage Engineering Education of the university and the country. The laboratory consist of a High voltage Impulse Generator, High Voltage AC Test System, High Voltage DC Test System, Artificial Rain Making Equipment and associated control equipment and auxiliary devices. The laboratory is capable of High Voltage Impulse Tests, High Voltage AC and DC tests up to 500kV and 300kV respectively at different environmental conditions. Sri Lanka’s first fully fledged modern high voltage lab was declared open at the University of Moratuwa today.The modern High Voltage Laboratory and Testing Facility was ceremonially opened under the patronage of the Chancellor of the University of Moratuwa, Prof. K K Y W Perera as the Chief Guest, Chief Executive Officer of LTL Holdings (Pvt) Limited, Eng U D Jayawardana as the Guest of Honour, Vice Chancellor and Prof. Ananda Jayawardna, Dean of the Engineering Faculty. LTL Holdings (Pvt) Limited has joined hands with the university as the industrial sponsor in construction of the laboratory. This is as another CSR project by LTL to up held the university education in Sri Lanka. Cost of laboratory was Rs 35 million appx out of which laboratory renovation and civil construction works around Rs 5 million was sponsored by LTL Holdings (Pvt) Limited.The lab facility will be of immense support to Undergraduate and Post Graduate Engineering students for their laboratory experiments, design and research projects and for the High Voltage Research Group of the University lead by Prof Rojan Lucas and Dr Rasara Samarasinghe. Further the testing facility is capable of carrying out HV Transformer Testing, HV Cable Testing, Meter Testing, HV Insulator and Bushing Testing, HV Switchgear Testing, HV CT/PT/ and CVT Testing which has been a long standing vacuum in the industry.This is the only test facility in Sri Lanka of this caliber with equipment including an impulse generator test set, HVAC test set and HVDC test set that are capable of carrying out most of the testing required by the power industry in the country. (Colombo Gazette) read more

Cardale Jones to remain OSUs starting quarterback against Western Michigan

OSU redshirt junior quarterback Cardale Jones (12) runs with the ball during a game against Virginia Tech on September 7 in Blacksburg, Virginia. OSU won 42-24. Credit: Samantha Hollingshead / Photo EditorDespite a shaky start so far in 2015, redshirt junior quarterback Cardale Jones will remain Ohio State’s starter when the Buckeyes take the field Saturday to face off against Western Michigan, OSU coach Urban Meyer announced Wednesday after practice. Jones has started all three of OSU’s games so far, but he has yet to look like the same player that guided the Buckeyes to a national title last season after then-redshirt freshman J.T. Barrett got hurt against Michigan on Nov. 29. The Cleveland native has twice been benched in favor of Barrett, including last weekend against Northern Illinois after Jones led OSU to just three points in five possessions while throwing two first-quarter interceptions. Even though Barrett came in and helped lead the Buckeyes to a 20-13 victory, Meyer said he has yet to do enough to swipe the starting spot from Jones.“(Jones) was the quarterback of the team when we finished the season, he was the quarterback during spring practice and he finished training camp as the starting quarterback,” Meyer said. “To replace him, the other guy’s gotta pass him up. Either (on the practice field) or in the games. That hasn’t happened.” Meyer admitted that the battle between the two is close. However, the coach stressed that all the blame for the quarterbacks’ poor play can’t be placed on them. “Quarterbacks are a product of those around them. We all have to do a better job,” Meyer said. “It’s not (Jones). The offense right now is in a funk.” Redshirt junior wide receiver Michael Thomas said the offense will be fine moving forward, adding he has faith in whoever starts.“I trust J.T. out there or Cardale,” Thomas said.Jones and the Buckeyes are set to be back in action against Western Michigan on Saturday at Ohio Stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for 3:30 p.m.As for beyond the upcoming game, Meyer said Jones would be “the guy.”“Unless he doesn’t perform well,” he added. read more

Cold Paw Britain and Russia compete for title of Worlds Best Cat

first_imgRelations between Russia and the West are at their lowest since the Cold War. Now, Britain is hoping to knock Russia off the top spot when it comes to the title of World’s Best Cat – judged by TICA (The International Cat Association).For a year, the cats have been fiercely defending their place at the top of the rankings, and shows have been held all over the world. The feline celebrities have been ranked as the very best by hundreds of judges. Their battle will come to a head at the LondonCats show, which runs from the 22nd-23rd of April.Mowgleaves Stonehenge – Stone for short – is a well-built American Shorthair, who was born in Shoreditch where he has lived all of his life. He has held the title of World’s Best Kitten since last May, and at a year old he is now an adult, so is fighting with the big boys for the coveted title of World’s Best Cat. Stonehenge at restCredit:Facebook Mowgleaves loves to be cuddled His arch-nemesis is a Russian Scottish fold with a world-beating “owlish face” and crossed eyes. Stone is seen as an underdog compared to Rumfold Such a Flirt Shu-Ko, who currently holds the title.Although in his first year of life, Stone has travelled more than most people will in a lifetime, and his journey to international cat super-stardom hasn’t been without calamity.Because of strict restrictions not faced by other countries, Stone has to be smuggled through Amsterdam when he wants to leave the UK to go to the States. His owner spoke of the heart-stopping moment when he thought he had almost lost his prize-winning puss. Mowgleaves Stonehenge has been paraded around the world  Mr Meserve said proudly: “No one has beat his score for the whole season. They are supposed to be a very stocky and muscular cat.” Because of this, he said a skinny American Shorthair wouldn’t win.His owner, who runs PR for high-fashion brands such as Vivienne Westwood, explained why his cat is such a super-star: “The 100 or so judges he was judged by feel he fits the standard because of his beautiful head, green eyes and black and silver fur”.However, the haunting face of the Scottish Fold means he faces stiff competition from Moscow. Rumfold Such a Flirt Shu-Ko is an exceptional example of the breed. His ears are so tightly folded down they can barely be seen – and his face is particularly “owlish”, which scores him more points. Rumfold Such a Flirt holds the crownCredit:Facebook When Stone isn’t competing or trying to escape from his carry-case, he loves nothing more than a cuddle. Mr Meserve said: “He’s so social, he’s been around everywhere, he’s traveled more miles than most humans.“He’s super sweet. He’s gentle. “He’s more like a dog than a cat. He sleeps in my arms the entire night. He’s been with me since he was born, he thinks I’m an equal.”center_img Mowgleaves loves to be cuddledCredit:Facebook Rumfold Such a Flirt holds the crown Steven Meserve said: “I was getting on the ferry heading back from Amsterdam. The carrier was partway open and the cat decided to jump by himself onto the ferry.”The cat trotted off – but didn’t go too far. Mr Meserve admitted he was very worried when Stone jumped from the carrier, but said “I caught him obviously, then it was fine”.It can be noted that unlike a slinky Siamese, Stone is very well-built. Some could call him rotund.This, however, works in his favour. Much like Crufts, cats are judged on how well they fit the exacting standards of their breed, but according to the cat breeder “there’s less parading around”.  Mowgleaves Stonehenge has been paraded around the world Credit:LondonCats Stonehenge at rest 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.last_img read more

Infested communities give up trying to eradicate bed bugs

first_img 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. Dr Lynch described how one resident felt ashamed and horrified by the bugs, but eventually accepted ‘reluctantly’ that they may be the norm.She concluded that the residents who have learned to live with the bed bugs may be ahead of the curve as they are adapting to their environments, rather than using environmentally harmful products.Despite the efforts of Glasgow City Council, the academic said the problem may be too big to solve.She added: “Having talked to many in the area, I have found this trajectory is common.”Many people who have come to terms with the fact that you can’t beat bugs resign themselves to living with them instead.” Dr Lynch said the area has seen ‘a significant rise’ in bed bugs similar to international parts of New York, Australia, China and France.However, there are few signs of this tackling the problem, because bed bugs can lie dormant for extensive periods.center_img Bed bugs are now so resistant to poison that entire communities have given up attempting to eradicate them are learning to live alongside them, experts have warned.Dr Heather Lynch, a lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University, said she had discovered that residents in Govanhill in Glasgow had chosen to accept the insects after running out of ways to kill them.Writing in The Conversation, which uses information and research backed by academics, Dr Lynch said some residents had taken the view that the best response is to learn to live ‘side-by -side’ with the insects and adapt.She said: “The experience of people in Govanhill, is that once these insects become endemic they are effectively impossible to remove.”Dr Lynch said the area reflected the challenges and opportunities of 21st-century Europe.She added: “Govanhill has become renowned in recent years for poor housing, poverty and crime – as well as for artists and vibrant community activists.”And it faces major environmental issues, with constant rubbish dumping and infestations of bed bugs.”last_img read more

Ivanhoe Mines joins the fight against malaria in the Democratic Republic of

first_imgRobert Friedland, Executive Chairman of Ivanhoe Mines and Dr Edem Adzogenu, an Ivanhoe Vice President and Chief Health Officer, have announced the launch of a new, advanced healthcare initiative in the ongoing campaign against malaria in the DRC. “Prompt capture of dependable data from screening tests conducted on patients is an essential step to help ensure that accurate and consistent diagnoses are made, which in turn will help to build a secure foundation for the future development and delivery of large-scale, effective prevention and treatment activities that can benefit people of all ages,” said Friedland.The first phase of the program will cover two established provincial health zones that provide services to a total of approximately 300,000 residents living in 40 urban centres and 330 villages. The Kipushi Health Zone, in southern Haut-Katanga province, includes Ivanhoe’s Kipushi mine project. The Kanzenze Health Zone, in Lualaba province, includes Ivanhoe’s Kamoa copper discovery and mine development project.The Fionet(tm) system, developed by Canada-based Fio Corp, will be introduced into the DRC through the three-year program being sponsored by Ivanhoe Mines. Fionet combines mobile, intelligent devices and cloud data services to help health workers improve the accuracy of diagnostic testing and quality of care that they provide to patients. The Fionet system also improves the quality and usefulness of the accumulated data, which can be accessed to assist with the monitoring of patient care, research and the planning of future prevention and treatment programs. With support from US-based implementing partner Chemonics International, DRC health workers will use Fionet to strengthen activities under the country’s National Malaria Control Program (PNLP).Fio’s intelligent devices, known as Deki(tm) Readers, automate critical analyses of diagnostic tests for malaria, provide step-by-step guidance through workflows designed according to national guidelines and make it easier for health workers to track patient health outcomes over multiple visits. Fionet will make the data immediately available to program managers to help them monitor progress and target areas requiring improvement.The picture shows Fio’s Deki Reader in use, helping to deliver a rapid, accurate diagnosis and transmitting results to a cloud database.Friedland said that new technologies and skills have provided proven tools to address some of the challenges traditionally associated with malaria. “Ivanhoe is privileged to be in a position, with our partners, to provide new resources to support established healthcare objectives and to help ensure that the latest tools are placed in the hands of trained, dedicated, front-line workers, right here in the DRC, where they will make a difference in contributing to better informed health management decisions and life-enhancing outcomes.” Adzogenu said that while malaria is an entirely treatable disease, it continues to inflict a devastating toll on residents of communities throughout the DRC. “This program will introduce knowledge and technology that deserve to be more widely utilized to significantly improve the health and welfare of people living in the DRC’s malaria-inflicted regions. Integrating the Fionet system into local healthcare services will give residents, including our workers and their families, access to a higher standard of malaria care. At the same time, data captured through Fionet will strengthen disease surveillance and management of malaria-control activities at the provincial and national levels.”Using a train-the-trainer model, the program will empower trainers from the Ministry of Health to build capacity among workers at established health centres. The first phase is introducing the system to 54 centres that cover two health districts and the planned second phase will extend the system to an additional 300 health centres in a number of districts still to be selected. “People too often seek help when the disease already is severe,” said Dr Ghislain Makan, Provincial Coordinator with PNLP, which is the Health Ministry’s malaria-control coordination body. “This partnership will empower health workers to offer better care at the primary level and make data collection an integrated and automated part of their routines.”Dr Michael Greenberg, Fio’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, noted that some 97% of the DRC’s 70 million residents live in areas where malaria is endemic. Malaria parasites transmitted by female Anopheles mosquitoes still cause the deaths of about 180,000 people in the DRC every year; more than 90% of the victims are pregnant women or children under the age of five.“Today’s announcement signals the activation of a compassionate initiative that is an example of how a government, a mining company, a health technology company and an aid implementer can innovatively combine knowledge and resources to improve the effectiveness of the fight against a terrible cause of death and disability in the DRC,” Greenberg said.Jamey Butcher, Executive Vice President of Chemonics International, added, “At Chemonics, we believe the private sector can be a powerful force for creating meaningful change in the world. With Ivanhoe and Fio Corp, we are proud to put this belief into action — adapting innovative technologies to the local context in ways that can demonstrate a profoundly positive impact on healthcare delivery and health outcomes for communities in the DRC.”Two of the three principal African projects being advanced and developed by Ivanhoe Mines are in the DRC. Ivanhoe’s plans include development of a mine on its Kamoa copper discovery in a previously unknown extension of the Central African Copperbelt in the DRC. In March this year, members of the Ivanhoe Mines exploration team received the prestigious Thayer Lindsley Award from the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada for the Kamoa copper discovery, recognized as 2014’s top international mineral discovery. Kamoa is the world’s largest, undeveloped, high-grade copper deposit. Ivanhoe presently has a 95% interest in the project and 5% is held by the DRC government.At the Kipushi project, current upgrading work includes drilling to confirm and expand resources at the historic, high-grade zinc, copper and germanium mine, also on the Copperbelt in the DRC. Ivanhoe acquired a majority interest in the Kipushi mine in 2011, which had been operated by previous owners between 1924 and 1993. Ivanhoe has a 68% interest in Kipushi and 32% is held by state-owned miner Gécamines.last_img read more

Minister calls for Anzac Day unity

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Minister for Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship Nicholas Kotsiras, has encouraged all communities across Victoria to participate in this year’s Anzac Day commemorations. Mr Kotsiras said that the 25th of April was a day for all Australians to honour the sacrifices of those who served and died in all conflicts and peace-keeping operations. Though the Anzac legend has its origins in the Gallipoli campaign of 1915, Mr Kotsiras said this week that “the meaning of Anzac Day extends far beyond that.” “On Anzac Day we commemorate the fallen, acknowledge the service of our veterans and cherish the freedoms secured on our behalf by so many in the many diverse theatres of war and peace-keeping missions since 1915.” Mr Kotsiras said Anzac Day represented the freedom of each and every Australian and the upholding of our democratic principles and way of life. “Australian men and women have fought and many have laid down their lives for us to enjoy freedoms others can only imagine,” said the minister “I encourage all Victorians to pause and acknowledge the contribution of those who fought and died for the freedoms we enjoy. “On Anzac Day, we measure ourselves against the sacrifice of others and renew our commitment to freedom and democracy.” Meanwhile, Premier Ted Baillieu joined thousands of students from schools across Victoria this week at Melbourne Legacy’s 81st ANZAC Commemoration Ceremony for Students at The Shrine of Remembrance. Mr Baillieu said the ANZAC spirit was about bravery and sacrifice. “Australians barely out of their teens risked or gave their lives for the cause of freedom,” Mr Baillieu said. “It’s important that each generation continues to acknowledge the service of our war veterans. This year students from Melbourne High School and Mac.Robertson Girls’ High School formed the Honour Guard, Band, and Choir, and sang rousing versions of We Are Australian and Waltzing Matilda. Attending with the Premier, Victorian Governor the Honourable Alex Chernov AC addressed the students before inspecting a guard of honour with Legacy President Bryce Phillips. Melbourne Legacy was established in 1923 and currently cares for more than 14,000 widows and 600 dependants in Victoria.last_img read more

Berbatov talks about Mourinho United

first_imgFormer Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov has backed the club’s manager Jose Mourinho and the current crop of players.The former Bulgaria international believes his former club have an unbelievable crop of players and staff, saying they’ll eventually come good this season and make critics eat their words.Berbatov, though, believes it is far too early to be writing any side off, with an “unbelievable” squad and their proven manager set to their silence their critics.The former United striker told Betfair in the wake of a 3-2 reversal at Brighton: “United’s season will not be defined by one defeat in mid-August. Come on, it’s the second game of the season!”“Every team can lose at any time and every team will lose again this season. The point is to take the lessons from the loss and not repeat those mistakes. It’s as simple as that.”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.“Manchester United have unbelievable players in their squad and they can absolutely put this right.”“Sometimes against the underdog you can lose because they want it more. It happens to every team.”“I do wonder if all this negativity is necessary but obviously football is a business, and a little bit of politics. You have people causing trouble, spreading ‘fake news’, rumours and it all gets repeated and becomes truth. But this is kids’ stuff and it doesn’t help anyone.”He added: “Blame is a strong word, I don’t like to use it. I think everybody – Jose, the players, Edward Woodward – is working for the better of Manchester United.”“I don’t understand all this criticism going towards Paul Pogba. Anyone can have a bad game.”last_img read more

PNP Dameko Dean wins first primary

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, July 11, 2016 – Dameko Dean has won the first PNP Primary and will be the candidate on the Progressive National Party ticket for the Wheeland constituency.  Dean, who yesterday told us that he had been working at the opportunity to cinch this bid for months was thankful and says he will roll out a different kind of campaign.  “I’m going to be bringing a cutting edge way of campaigning.  I would refer to myself as a cutting edge candidate, and so it’s not gonna be the usual everyday campaign, and I want to put the PDM on guard, and the PDA.”Dameko Dean is new to the front line political arena and said he believes his simple and sincere message moved the voters to select him over Elry Lightbourne; the two shook hands once the results were announced.  “He congratulated me and I wished him all the best, it hurt my heart that my mom’s best friend son was my opponent, his mom is my mom’s best friend, and sometimes those things get a bit emotional but i guess it’s democracy.” Do you think you have a shot at being the next Member of Parliament for Wheeland was the question, Dean said yes he does.  “I think my chances are great, I think that I was called for a time such as this.  I’m going to be a change agent, like is said, i’m going to bring true representation to representation.” Dameko Dean is an entrepreneur who hails from Blue Hills and secured 74 of 106 votes cast at Progressive house last night between 6 and 8 p.m.  Today the party moves into Middle and North Caicos where the choice is between attorney businessman of F Chambers law firm, Mark Fulford and hotel executive at Parrot Cay, Tueton Williams. Related Items:last_img read more

Police looking for armedrobbery suspect

first_imgVancouver police are searching for a suspect in a gas station robbery Tuesday at the Chevron at 9414 N.E. Vancouver Mall Drive, near the intersection of Northeast 94th Avenue close to Westfield Vancouver mall.The robber is described as a tall male in his 20s with brown hair, said Vancouver police spokeswoman Kim Kapp. He was wearing a black zip-up hoodie at the time of the robbery, Kapp said.No one was injured in the incident, she said.Emergency dispatchers received a call about the robbery at 2:28 p.m.The robber entered the gas station some time before the call and displayed a black Taser electroshock weapon. He may have taken about $300 to $400 from the gas station.“We don’t know exactly,” Kapp said.A female cashier who was on the floor during the incident was unable to see in wh direction the robber fled, Kapp said.“She didn’t really have a good line of sight on whether he got into a car or walked,” Kapp said.A bag with a Taser inside it was found later Tuesday afternoon near the area, Kapp said.Vancouver police were trying to obtain surveillance video from the store to glean more clues but were having difficulty reaching the store’s owner, she said.The gas station is owned by Jasleen Inc., according to Clark County property records. Bharwinder Singh of Camas is the president and chairman of Jasleen, according to the state Secretary of State’s office.Anyone with information is asked to call 911.last_img read more

Facing Texas Loyalists Cruz Grapples With GOP Inaction Under Trump

first_img“As frustrated as y’all are, I’m sitting there everyday!” Cruz said in Grapevine. “I’m banging my head into this everyday.” The most glaring shortcoming of GOP lawmakers, particularly in the Senate, has been their failure to repeal Obama’s 2010 health care law, a promise central to Cruz’s insurgent 2012 campaign, his time in the upper chamber and his unsuccessful 2016 presidential bid. Cruz voted for the Senate repeal plan that fell one vote of short passing earlier this year but had not been a “yes” yet on another, last-ditch proposal when it flamed out last week.In Grapevine, when asked about the health care debacle, Cruz recalled how he had to immediately leave the Senate floor when the first bill failed, concerned he would say something inappropriate if he stuck around. Regarding the second bill, Cruz acknowledged having reservations with it but contended he wasn’t decisive in killing it. “Ultimately what happened is the votes collapsed elsewhere,” Cruz said.Cruz made the case he is still seeking to be a constructive force on Obamacare repeal, revealing that he’s reconvening next week with a working group on the issue that he first assembled earlier this year. The group plans to “see if we can put together a bill building from the bottom up that will get 50 votes,” Cruz said, offering no promise of success.Cruz’s appearance Saturday before the NE Tarrant Tea Party was particularly fraught with frustration. A few audience members repeatedly interrupted Cruz’s remarks to voice dissatisfaction with Republicans in Congress being less than supportive of Trump’s agenda — including a woman who repeatedly rose to her feet to interrogate Cruz while he was already speaking. “M’am, you are preaching to the choir,” Cruz replied.Among the audience-submitted questions that Cruz fielded: Is funding for Trump’s proposed border wall being delayed by Republicans? How can Republicans get rid of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell? And do you, like Trump, support ending the filibuster rule, which requires most legislation to draw 60 votes out of the 100-member U.S. Senate rather than a simple majority?  On border wall funding, Cruz said Republicans are not delaying it — but most “aren’t willing to fight for it,” including in the Trump administration. On McConnell’s future, Cruz lamented that the “simple reality is Republican Senators are with him,” ensuring he’ll remain majority leader. And on the filibuster rule, Cruz called for an end to it, acknowledging it is an “issue on which I’ve changed my mind over the last five years.”The last question Cruz received: “Is there hope?”  “Yes,” Cruz said. “I believe that with all my heart.”In Tyler a day earlier, Cruz appeared at a dinner in honor of the Texas Freedom Caucus, the 12-member conservative bloc in the state House that formed earlier this year. Lavishing praise on the legislators, Cruz continued to vent to the audience about Congress, telling them, “I cannot tell you how much I wish we can take the Freedom Caucus and replace the United States Senate.”Cruz is up for re-election in 2018, and while he does not have a serious primary opponent, U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke, D-El Paso, has drawn packed rooms at campaign stops around the state in his bid to unseat Cruz next November. At both events this weekend, Cruz has been using dramatic language to warn about the consequences for Republicans if they don’t have results to show for their control of Congress and the White House. Addressing the NE Tarrant Tea Party, Cruz predicted a “bloodbath” for Republicans in 2018 if all they’ve done is overseen a “massive bailout for insurance companies and a massive amnesty package” — a reference to the six-month deadline Trump gave Congress earlier this month to replace DACA, the Obama-era program that shields young undocumented immigrants from deportation.Asked by a reporter Friday if he believes he personally deserves re-election even if he has not made good on his longtime promise to repeal Obamacare, Cruz did not hesitate to answer.“Yes,” he said. “In my experience, Texans understand that I’m leading the fight to get this done. And Texans, like voters all over the country, are intensely frustrated at politicians who campaign saying one thing and then vote precisely the opposite when they get to Washington.” Laura Skelding for The Texas TribuneU.S. Sen. Ted Cruz talks with Sen. John Cornyn and Brooke Rollins, president and CEO of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, during a TPPF Orientation conference on January 13, 2017 at the Sheraton Hotel in Austin.U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, was ticking through his hopes for Congress this year before a Tea Party group here Saturday when one of his comments drew a sarcastic retort from the audience.“I believe we will get tax reform done,” Cruz said.“In my lifetime?” a man blurted out.Cruz, not missing a beat, responded with his own question: “How old are you?” It was a lighthearted but revealing moment in a weekend where Cruz, in a pair of appearances before influential conservative groups, sought to explain — and in some cases, distance himself from — congressional Republicans’ dismal track record under President Donald Trump. At times, it felt as if Cruz was discussing an institution of which he hasn’t been a part of for the last four years.“Am I the only one here frustrated with Congress?” Cruz asked the audience at both events, each time receiving a loud chorus of “no”s in return.“Look, we got a unique opportunity,” Cruz said Friday night in Tyler, addressing Grassroots America We the People. “We have a Republican Congress, Republican heads of every agency, Republican majorities in both houses of Congress, and we ain’t doing diddly squat.” A day later in Grapevine, where he was talking to the NE Tarrant Tea Party, Cruz continued to pan Congress’ performance as he segued to it from a discussion of the recent hurricanes that have struck Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico.“Shifting from one disaster to another,” Cruz said, “let’s talk about Congress.” Cruz, of course, has grown accustomed to railing against Congress — both Democrats and Republicans there — since he arrived in the Senate four years ago at the start of President Barack Obama’s second term. But he found himself in a different position this weekend: seeking to channel his core supporters’ rage at congressional inaction under a Republican president, despite his efforts to be a team player in the opening several months of the Trump era.center_img Sharelast_img read more

Exclusive Hogan Appoints Carter to 41st Dist Senate Seat

first_imgBy Sean Yoes, Baltimore AFRO Editor, syoes@afro.comJill P. Carter, director of Baltimore City Office of Civil Rights, has been appointed by Gov. Larry Hogan take over the 41st District Senate seat, recently vacated by Nathaniel Oaks. Oaks resigned the West Baltimore senate seat last month after pleading guilty to federal corruption charges.Jill P. Carter, director of Baltimore City Office of Civil Rights, will take over the state Senate seat recently vacated by Nathaniel Oaks. (Courtesy photo)According to Carter, who spoke to the AFRO exclusively, the Democratic Central  Committee submitted two names (the AFRO has not yet confirmed the identity of the second name submitted by the Committee), to fill the vacated seat until the election and Hogan selected Carter, who served in the House of Delegates representing the 41st District from 2003 to 2017. “The people know my record..so I’m thankful,” said Carter.There is no word yet on when Senate President Thomas “Mike” Miller will officially swear Carter in to the Senate. J.D. Merrill, the son-in-law of former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is also a candidate for the 41st District seat. The primary election is June 24.last_img read more

Suspect Arrested in Homicide of Annapolis Rapper

first_imgBy Michelle Richardson, Special to the AFROAccording to investigators a neighborhood fight led to the alleged murder of Annapolis rapper Tre Da Kid. Now a suspect in that homicide has been arrested and charged.James Esau Davis III, 30, was arrested recently and charged with one count each of first and second-degree murder, firearm use in the commission of a felony violent crime and reckless endangerment, according to online court records.Edward Montre Seay, 32, known as Tre Da Kid, was gunned down in Annapolis on June 7 while driving along Forest Drive, not too far from the housing complex he grew up in and vowed to give back to.James Esau Davis, III, 30 has been arrested and charged in the homicide of Annapolis rapper Edward Montre Seay,32, known as Tre Da Kid. (Courtesy Photo)A passenger in the car with Seay the night he was killed told police that a man by the name of “Esau” pulled alongside the rapper’s car and opened fire stated police in charging documents.A bullet grazed the passengers hat while Seay was struck in the head. Seay’s vehicle veered into a ditch before his passenger put the car into park.“The vehicle sustained multiple defects that appear to have been caused by gunshots,” police reported.Video surveillance from a fight a few blocks away at the Woodside Gardens Apartment complex, an eyewitness account, and a photo lineup allegedly led police to Davis.Annapolis police responded to that fight in the 700 block of Newtowne Drive, according to charging documents. No one was arrested and the crowd was told to disperse.According to Annapolis Police Sgt. Nicole Vaden, the investigators could not disclose a motive for the murder, but said the investigation is “active and fluid.”It is not known if Davis committed the crime alone. Witnesses allegedly told police that the shots came from the rear of Davis’s car.Davis is being held with no bond at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center. An attorney for him was not listed in online court records.Brian Marsh, Deputy State’s Attorney for Anne Arundel County, asked District Court Judge Sidney A. Butcher to keep Davis on a no-bail status. He’s an extreme risk to public safety according to Marsh.Davis was convicted of second degree murder and using a handgun in a crime of violence in 2006 when he was 17-years old. He was sentenced to 25 years in prison with 13 years to run concurrent for the firearm charge by a Prince George’s County judge.Davis served part of his sentence at the Patuxent Youth Program and was moved when he became an adult.In 2012, Davis asked the court went for a reconsideration on his sentence. The judge, Julia B. Weatherly, cut five years off of the second degree murder charge but left the sentence for the handgun charge intact.Davis was released from prison in April 2018 having served almost 13 years.After the arrest of Davis, community activists and Seay’s family rallied to ask for help from the community.“We applaud the police on making this arrest. The murder of Tre Da Kid has left an indelible mark on the City of Annapolis. We are informed that the police received numerous tips from the community,” said Carl O. Snowden, convener of the Caucus of African-American Leaders.“Gun violence has visited the City of Annapolis, Baltimore, Washington, D.C. and other jurisdictions far too often. It will take the community to draw the line and in Annapolis that line was drawn with the death of Tre Da Kid.”Annapolis Police encouraged anyone with information to call detectives at 410-260-3439. If callers wish to leave an anonymous tip, they can dial 1-866-7LOCKUP.last_img read more

CLIA predicts 2017 to be an eventful year for cruise industry

first_imgCruise Lines International Association (CLIA) predicts that more than 25.3 million people will take the cruise vacation in 2017. The upswing in the number of tourists will be supported by the addition of 26 new vessels on oceans and rivers.The new itineraries with personalised customer experience will add to the tourists’ volume. The cruise industry continues to respond to desires of today’s travellers resulting in steady growth and strong economic impact around the world, as per CLIA’s President and CEO, Cindy D’Aoust.According to the experts, if geopolitical events in Europe remain at bay, the 2017 summer season abroad still has the opportunity to be successful. What will make it risky is the economic slowdown, geopolitical events and the strengthening of the dollar.last_img read more

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