Silk Way West Airlines is taking on two additional 747 freighters and increasing its European services.The Azerbaijan airline received a former Malaysian Airlines Cargo 747-400F last week, and has a second arriving in June.The carrier announced that it had started twice weekly flights into Liege in April, and it also relaunched operations into Budapest after a two-year hiatus.“The aim is to further knit our European network by adding more destinations and maintaining a denser schedule in order to offer our customers the highest flexibility,” said Wolfgang Meier, President and CEO. By Alex Lennane 14/05/2018 Silk Way West currently operates to some 45 destinations.In other network news, Ethiopian Airlines is to launch a four-times-a-week operation between Addis Ababa and Manchester Airport in December. Initially the 787 service will transit via Brussels.Manchester Airport noted: “It will serve as a key trade route for Northern businesses, opening up fresh export opportunities and delivering cost and journey time savings to those already operating there.”“The socio-economic implication of the new flight is immense,” said Ethiopian Airlines CEO, Tewolde Gebremariam.“With vast investment and trade potentials between Africa and the UK, the upcoming flight holds the promise of boosting trade, investment and tourism with ample business opportunities for investors and business people from both regions.”Africa’s largest airline has doubled its fleet in the past 10 years, and this year plans to launch 10 new destinations within six months.
Everblades clinch Eastern Conference title June 4, 2021 AdvertisementRecommended ArticlesBrie Larson Reportedly Replacing Robert Downey Jr. As The Face Of The MCURead more81 commentsGal Gadot Reportedly Being Recast As Wonder Woman For The FlashRead more29 comments RELATEDTOPICS Blades losing local products Roe, Solow in offseason June 16, 2021 Everblades clinch playoff spot for 22nd time in 23 years May 27, 2021 AdvertisementTags: EverbladesHockey “We are getting an extremely high caliber of hockey player probably the best the ECHL has ever seen in my opinion,” Coach Ralph said.Staying on the ice is of the utmost importance to the organization.“We are all doing everything we possibly can to keep our players healthy and to keep us playing hockey through this time period until we get a vaccine,” Coach Ralph said.To ensure the fans have the chance to enjoy what’s shaping up to be another special year.“Every team is going to be great. There are not going to be any nights off you know every game is going to be close and it is going to feel like playoff hockey every game,” Everblades Captain John McCarran said. “So it is going to be fun to play in and I’m sure it’s going to be fun for them to watch”.Fans first chance to see the Blades in action will be December 4 in their first preseason game at 7:30. The game is open and tickets can be bought on the Everblades website. Everblades’ John Sellars tackles milestones from behind bench June 13, 2021 AdvertisementDC Young Fly knocks out heckler (video) – Rolling OutRead more6 comments’Mortal Kombat’ Exceeded Expectations Says WarnerMedia ExecutiveRead more2 commentsDo You Remember Bob’s Big Boy?Read more1 commentsKISS Front Man Paul Stanley Reveals This Is The End Of KISS As A Touring Band, For RealRead more1 comments Advertisement FORT MYERS, Fla. – It’s been 269 days since the Florida Everblades had what was shaping up to be another Kelly Cup caliber season cut short.As the team took to the ice at Hertz Arena for the first time Tuesday morning ahead of this abbreviated season the standard is still the same in the locker room, banner or bust.“You know the over arching feeling I’m getting from all the players is that they are thankful,” Head Coach Brad Ralph said. “Right? They are thankful to be playing hockey and hopefully be earning a check here soon.”Familiar faces like captain John McCarran and SWFL native Logan Roe were among many returners from a 43-win team left asking “what if?” Advertisement“We have a lot of players that wanted to come back because they felt like they got cheated an opportunity to win a championship and we were, we were on track for that,” Coach Ralph said.Entering the 2020-2021 season it’s as if the rich have gotten richer.With only 13 ECHL teams playing currently and other team’s stars needing a home, this could be the best looking Everblades team and league ever assembled. Advertisement
Entire border patrol unit in North Hamgyong Province placed into quarantine following “paratyphoid” outbreak Kaesong Talks Culminate on a High Note News Facebook Twitter News North and South Korea arrived at an agreement earlier this evening to reopen the Kaesong Industrial Complex. The move follows a four-month shutdown that had threatened to end the last remaining major symbol of inter-Korean cooperation.The decision was reached at 7PM following two rounds of talks between the two full delegations and a further three rounds between the respective chief delegates. The “Agreement on the Normalization of the Kaesong Complex” that was subsequently adopted comprises five clauses, including a guarantee that the current shutdown will not be repeated “under any circumstances.”Professor Kim Yeon Soo of Sogang University spoke to Daily NK shortly after the release of the news. While it is pleasing to see agreement, he warned that the time for vigilance is not over, pointing out, “There have been few instances of agreements being made and actually implemented, and there have been cases of differing interpretation of those agreements that were made, so we will have to wait and see for a little longer.” RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR SHARE News There are signs that North Korea is running into serious difficulties with its corn harvest News Daily NKQuestions or comments about this article? Contact us at [email protected] By Daily NK – 2013.08.14 11:00pm North Korea tries to accelerate building of walls and fences along border with China
James Langton IOSCO examines market data issues Regulators issue new reporting guidance on systems outages Related news Facebook LinkedIn Twitter In the wake of regulators granting approval for alternative trading system Alpha Group to operate an exchange, they have also given TSX Inc. permission to trade securities listed on other exchanges. In Friday’s OSC Bulletin, the Ontario Securities Commission reports that it has approved amendments to the Toronto Stock Exchange rules to permit trading in securities that are not listed by the TSX. It says the changes will allow the TSX “to leverage its trade execution strength in the event that it determines to trade securities that are listed by another Canadian exchange.” Keywords Stock exchangesCompanies Ontario Securities Commission, Toronto Stock Exchange For example, it notes that the TSX may determine that it would be beneficial to brokers, investors, and others to trade securities on TSX that are listed by Alpha Exchange Inc. “If such decision is taken by TSX, appropriate notice will be given to market participants so that there is no confusion in the market regarding the securities being traded on TSX,” it says, adding that the TSX will only provide market-making functionality for securities listed on its own exchange. The TSX intends to make the amendments effective in early 2012, it adds. Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Going public in the U.K.? For pot companies, it’s complicated
We encourage all readers to share their views on our articles using Facebook commenting Visit our FAQ page for more information. A man who sold his prized 1993 Mustang GT to help cover the cost of his wife’s cancer treatments over 15 years ago is getting repayment plus interest for his selfless nature. Wesley Ryan’s Mustang GT has returned to his driveway courtesy of his wife and children, who saved the money and scoured Craigslist for the right VIN number to repurchase the lost car. And it’s got some brand new bodywork, a 2018 Coyote 5.0L V8 and a new transmission, suspension and brakes courtesy of Ford and Hennessey Performance, who chipped in when they heard the inspiring family story. The footage toward the end of this clip of Wesley being reunited with his Mustang will pull on your heart strings if you’ve got them. Trending Videos See More Videos COMMENTSSHARE YOUR THOUGHTS PlayThe Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car everPlay3 common new car problems (and how to prevent them) | Maintenance Advice | Driving.caPlayFinal 5 Minivan Contenders | Driving.caPlay2021 Volvo XC90 Recharge | Ministry of Interior Affairs | Driving.caPlayThe 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is a new take on Canada’s fave truck | Driving.caPlayBuying a used Toyota Tundra? Check these 5 things first | Used Truck Advice | Driving.caPlayCanada’s most efficient trucks in 2021 | Driving.caPlay3 ways to make night driving safer and more comfortable | Advice | Driving.caPlayDriving into the Future: Sustainability and Innovation in tomorrow’s cars | Driving.ca virtual panelPlayThese spy shots get us an early glimpse of some future models | Driving.ca RELATED TAGSFordMustangCoupeNon-LuxuryNew VehiclesNon-Luxury Back in 2001, when Wesley Ryan’s wife and high school sweetheart, Laura Ryan, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, his Mustang, nicknamed ‘Christine’, was among the assets liquidated to cover the treatments. Years later, with Laura’s cancer in remission, Wesley’s family clandestinely went about relocating the cherished vehicle, and presented it to him as a surprise. It was only then that Ford got involved, reaching out to offer to rebuild the car with its partners at Hennessey Performance. Last week, Wesley and his family were invited to Ford HQ in Detroit to pick up the new-old car. advertisement Buy It! Princess Diana’s humble little 1981 Ford Escort is up for auction An engagement gift from Prince Charles, the car is being sold by a Princess Di “superfan” Trending in Canada The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car ever ‹ Previous Next ›
Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: June 5, 2001 Two decades after questions about safety and the disposal of radioactive waste effectively halted the development of nuclear power in the United States, the nuclear industry is once again being considered as a viable source of energy. But investors planning to climb on the nuclear bandwagon should be aware of the significant cleanup costs that these plants will incur in the future, according to a new study published in the Journal of Accounting and Economics. Accounting professors John Jacob and Naomi Soderstrom at the University of Colorado at Boulder’s College of Business and Julia D’Souza of Cornell University found that a lack of accounting standardization in the field makes it difficult for investors to compare companies’ financial health. Current regulations allow power companies which own and operate nuclear plants to account for future decommissioning costs in a variety of ways. Decommissioning costs include such things as decontaminating a plant’s structures, equipment and land, and disposing of any remaining radioactive waste. These costs can range in the hundreds of millions of dollars, Jacob said. An electric utility’s decision to build and operate a nuclear power plant results in a significant discount of the utility’s stock price based on the costs the plant will incur when the plant is shut down, the study found. But utilities’ financial statements don’t always track those decommissioning costs in a way that allows investors to compare companies, Jacob said. “The Financial Accounting Standards Board wants these companies to recognize the future costs of decommissioning nuclear plants in their financial statements in a consistent fashion,” he said. The study was based on an analysis of annual reports and the stock prices of investor-owned utilities, and explored how utilities account for the costs of decommissioning nuclear power plants. Jacob said the findings have implications for investors and the nuclear industry in light of the Bush administration’s proposed energy policy unveiled on May 17. The plan recommends the construction of more than 1,300 new power plants and a national nuclear waste repository, licensing new nuclear reactors and speeding the re-licensing of existing nuclear plants. Currently, 103 nuclear reactors operate in 31 states, Jacob said. Nuclear energy accounts for 20 percent of all U.S. electricity generation and more than 40 percent of power generation in 10 states.
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Previous articleAfternoon Brief, January 5Next articleKosher Food & Wine Experience 2015 Comes to NYC Editor Share TAGSfeaturedLula Cellars Home Industry News Releases Anderson Valley’s Lula Cellars Announces Participation in Two of Mendocino County’s Most…Industry News ReleasesWine BusinessAnderson Valley’s Lula Cellars Announces Participation in Two of Mendocino County’s Most Famed Food & Wine-Centric Festivals of 2015By Editor – January 6, 2015 40 0 Facebook Twitter Pinterest AdvertisementLula Cellars Debuts First Vintage of its 2012 Mendocino Pinot Gris at Mendocino’s Crab, Wine & Beer Festival in January; Pours at Anderson Valley Wine Association’s 10th Annual Alsace Wine Festival Grand Tasting in FebruaryMENDOCINO COUNTY, CA – (January 6, 2015) – California’s Mendocino County, home to the much-lauded Anderson Valley wine region, continues to bustle after the New Year, as the area’s two most anticipated food & wine-centric festivals take place in late-January and early-February. Each year locals and visitors alike look forward to Mendocino’s Annual Crab, Wine & Beer Festival (January 16 – 25, 2015) and the Anderson Valley Wine Association’s Alsace Wine Festival (February 7 & 8, 2015). This year, as in years past, Jeff Hansen, winemaker at Lula Cellars (www.LulaCellars.com), is pleased to announce its participation in both events, and will also be hosting an open house in support of the Alsace Wine Festival at Lula Cellars newly opened tasting room on Sunday, February 8.As part of Mendocino’s Annual Crab, Wine & Beer Festival, Lula Cellars will be participating in its Crab Cake Cook-off & Wine Tasting Competition on Saturday, January 24, from 12 to 3 p.m., in Fort Bragg (located on the Northern Mendocino Coast). Attendees will have the opportunity to taste Lula Cellars wines while noshing on hand-crafted crab cakes from local chefs representing the best restaurants throughout Mendocino County. Festival-goers can vote for their favorite crab cakes and wines in the coveted People’s Choice Award, and see how their vote matches up with the Professional Judges’ Awards. In addition to serving its 2013 Mendocino Dry Gewurztraminer, Lula Cellars will also be debuting its 2012 Mendocino Pinot Gris – the first release of this varietal for Lula Cellars! Tickets to the Crab Cake Cook-off & Wine Tasting Competition are $85/per person if purchased before December 23, 2014, and $100 thereafter. Tickets can be purchased by visiting, www.mendocinocoastclinics.org.Additionally, Lula Cellars will be participating in the Anderson Valley Wine Association’s 10th Annual Alsace Wine Festival. Taking place on Saturday, February 7, 2015, at the Boonville Fairgrounds, the Alsace Wine Festival offers wine lovers and aficionados the opportunity to taste Alsace-styled wines from around the world with carefully selected foods that pair beautifully with these aromatic, delicate, white wines.As with Mendocino’s Crab, Wine & Beer Festival, Lula Cellars will be pouring its 2013 Mendocino Dry Gewurztraminer and 2012 Mendocino Pinot Gris (the Lula Pinot Gris is new to this festival as well). The Alsace-style wines will be paired with Tomales Bay oysters and Tart Flambé.Tickets for the Alsace Wine Festival Grand Tasting are $65 per person and can be purchased by visiting, www.avwines.com/alsace-festival/.In support of the Alsace Wine Festival, Lula Cellars will be hosting an open house at its newly-opened tasting room (2800 Guntley Road in Philo, just off of Hwy 128) on Sunday, February 8, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Lula Cellars will be pouring its 2010, 2011 and 2012 Pinot Noir vintages; 2012 Mendocino Ridge Zinfandel, 2012 Mendocino Pinot Gris; 2013 Mendocino Gewurztraminer; and 2013 Rosato. Guests will also be able to nosh on homemade Pallea from Karina’s Catering – touted to be the best Pallea in Mendocino County!Lula Cellars 2013 Mendocino Dry Gewurztraminer is a dry wine offering notes of exotic spices and floral overtones on the nose, balanced with a crisp acidity and long finish. Its 2012 Mendocino Pinot Gris, also a dry wine, has traditional rose pedal aromatics with spice, lychee, and tangerine flavors.In October 2014, Lula Cellars opened its new 22-acre Philo property to the public, which is nestled amongst the rolling hills of bucolic Anderson Valley in Mendocino County, Northern California. For festival-goers, or travelers to Mendocino County in general, Lula Cellars’ new tasting room on the property offers a unique experience for wine tasting in the Anderson Valley.In addition to a tasting room, the new property (with a quarter mile of frontage along Hwy 128 in Philo) features a pond, a 14-acre Pinot Noir vineyard, a small-production winemaking facility, and beginning in 2015, a 10,000 square foot ‘Events Area’ that will be available for weddings and other private events.The new pet-friendly tasting room, which offers stunning views of the surrounding property, is located at 2800 Guntley Road in Philo (at the corner of Hwy 128 and Guntley Road), next door to Handley Cellars. This lauded Pinot Noir growing area, known as “The Deep End,” is on the west end of the Anderson Valley.The new tasting room is open Thursday through Monday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. To contact the tasting room, please call 707.895.3737.About Lula CellarsLula Cellars is the small production, ultra-premium label of winemaker and “Grand Fromage” Jeff Hansen, a twenty-eight year wine industry veteran who was previously winemaker and part owner of a well-respected winery in Napa. With a yearly case production of 2,800 cases, comprised of Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, Dry Gewurztraminer, Rosato (Rose of Pinot Noir) and Pinot Gris. Lula Cellars produces wines entirely from vineyards in Mendocino County, California. Since 2010, Lula Cellars has built a reputation of integrity, positive customer relations and stellar wines. The goal of Lula Cellars is simple: to produce quality, world class wines and to offer them at prices that are reasonable, by selling directly to consumers (no distributors or retailers involved). Lula Cellars was named for Jeff’s maternal grandmother Lula, who was born in 1879 and lived to the age of 89.GOLD MEDAL 2012 Costa Vineyard (Comptche) Pinot Noir, 600 case productionSILVER MEDAL 2012 Peterson Vineyard (Comptche) Pinot Noir, 600 case production2012 Mendocino (Comptche) Pinot Noir, 600 case productionGOLD MEDAL 2012 Mendocino (Mariah Vineyards) Zinfandel, 400 case productionSILVER MEDAL 2013 Mendocino, Rosato (Rose of Pinot Noir), 200 case production2013 Mendocino, Dry Gewurztraminer, 170 case production2012 Mendocino Pinot Gris, 200 case productionPlease visit www.lulacellars.com for further information.Advertisement Email Linkedin ReddIt
Story HighlightsResidents of Tredegar Park and Gravel Heights have attributed an apparent reduction in criminal activity in that area to intense community policing efforts.JIS visited the police post that serves the once volatile communities to see, first-hand, how programme works.After four years of consistent community policing, the dedicated police men and women have established and maintained a fruitful and cooperative relationship with the residents. Troubled Area Benefit From Community PolicingJIS News | Presented by: PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQualityundefinedSpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreenPlay Photo: JIS PhotographerPolice post based on the border of Tredegar Park and Gravel Heights, in the St. Catherine North Police Division. The post was established in 2010, following a series of gang related murders in the communities. RelatedNew Accommodation for Soldiers Residents of Tredegar Park and Gravel Heights have attributed an apparent reduction in criminal activity in that area to intense community policing efforts introduced by the Community Safety and Security Branch (CSSB) of the St. Catherine North Police Division.JIS visited the police post that serves the once volatile communities to see, first-hand, how programme works.At that time, Deputy Superintendent of Police and Territorial Officer in charge of Community Safety and Security, Herold Newton was just receiving a report from the last constable on duty, Constable Neco Walters, about the events of the previous shift.Constable Walters reported: “Commenced duty at 8:00 a.m. and nothing unusual has been reported or observed.”DSP Newton has been receiving similar reports since 2010, when a police base was established on the border of both communities, following a series of heinous gang related murders in the area.“People started moving out right through the week. This place was like a ghost town; but the police changed all of that,” one resident told JIS News after recounting the spate of murders that claimed the lives of several women and children.“Since criminals heard that the police are based in the communities, they no longer come around; they seem to have disappeared…everybody is living peacefully now. People walk at nights. We sleep very well, even with our doors open,” the resident explained.Another resident was happy to share that since the police post has been in place, there is only one house in the community that remains unoccupied, and this is due to a severely damaged roof.After four years of consistent community policing, the dedicated police men and women have established and maintained a fruitful and cooperative relationship with the residents.“You cannot transfer some of the officers you have here…we even want to give them houses in our community. My house is opened even at three in the morning, because I have tight security, twenty-four seven,” another resident tells DSP Newton laughingly.Constable Richard Brown, who has been working in the community since 2010, reiterates that there has been “no murder, reported or observed”.However, the strong community-police relationship did not happen overnight. The officers of the North Police Division toiled tirelessly to break down cultural barriers, and even had to bull-doze hilly terrain to construct roadways to facilitate access to the Gravel Heights community.“There were no roads and that is what gave the hoodlums an advantage in this community, as they could monitor the activities of the entire area. Since we constructed roadways and have a post, persons have moved back into the community and others are building their homes,” DSP Newton highlighted.He points out that the CSSB works in both communities, to stabilise, re-socialise and reorganise the residents in several different ways, as well as to assist them to live comfortably and feel safe in their environment.“Hoodlums have moved out of the area and we are now in the community to educate the residents about how they can continue to keep them out. Boys from different sides of the fence have been playing football together, the Police Youth Club is very vibrant and a neighbourhood watch is our next project for the community,” DSP Newton shares.Having fought crime and successfully restored peace in the communities of Tredegar Park and Gravel Heights, the St. Catherine North Police Division was recently recognised by the Central Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.The Government of Jamaica (GOJ), through the Ministry of National Security, has intensified their community policing efforts islandwide through the Community Safety and Security Branch (CSSB) of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF). RelatedCorrectional Facilities to be Repaired and Expanded Related$464 Million to Improve JCF Capabilities Troubled Area Benefit From Community Policing National SecurityApril 9, 2014Written by: Shelly-Ann Irving FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Advertisements
Pinterest Twitter By News Highland – November 24, 2017 A housing development for people with intellectual disabilities in Dungloe is expected to go to tender early next year, after a campaign of more than ten years.The three units are being developed by the County Donegal Parents’ and Friends Housing Association, and will provide accommodation for 12 people.Former councillor Seamus Rogers is a member of the association. He says there is an issue of surface water in the area to be addressed, and once that is done, then the development can proceed:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/srogersdfgdfg1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Homepage BannerNews Google+ Previous articleDonegal Gardai advise consumers to shop wisely on Black FridayNext articleDonegal gorse fire hit farmers deemed ineligible for BPS payments News Highland WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest Dungloe housing for those with intellectual disabilities a step closer Google+ WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows DL Debate – 24/05/21 Twitter Harps come back to win in Waterford Facebook