TORONTO – Calling opioids an “ongoing concern” in all parts of the province, Ontario’s provincial police said Friday it would equip all front-line officers with naloxone kits to protect them from potential exposure to fentanyl.Each officer will be issued a kit with two doses of naloxone nasal spray while on duty, while members of selected specialized units — such as drug enforcement and community street crime units — will carry a personal kit all the time, Ontario Provincial Police said.The OPP is not the first police force in the province to issue naloxone to front-line officers — Peterborough, Barrie, and Durham Region officers are among those already equipped with the opioid antidote that can reverse an overdose for approximately 20 minutes to one hour, depending on the strength of the opioid.The primary purpose of the naloxone is for use if an officer is exposed. However, if there is a life-threatening situation and emergency medical services are not immediately available, officers will be trained to use it on members of the public, the OPP said.“We take the health and safety of our members and our communities very seriously,” OPP Commissioner Vince Hawkes said in a statement.“With the increased prevalence of fentanyl, fentanyl analogues and synthetic opioid powders on our streets, there is a very real danger of exposure and these steps are being taken to ensure the safety of those we serve and our officers,” Hawkes said.Community Safety and Correctional Services Minister Marie-France Lalonde said the opioid crisis is a “growing threat” in Ontario.“Equipping OPP officers with naloxone kits will give vulnerable people timely access to this life-saving drug,” she said. “When someone is overdosing, minutes can make the difference between life and death. This initiative will save lives.”Health Canada testing has determined fentanyl was present in 114 OPP seizures in 2016 from the mainly rural communities it serves, “demonstrating it is an emerging and ongoing concern in all parts of Ontario,” the OPP said.Test results for 2017 are not yet available, but it said the number of seizures of containing suspected fentanyl appears to be similar to 2016 levels.The OPP said it is also making the use of personal protective equipment mandatory while conducting suspected drug searches, seizures and sampling to help ensure the safety of officers.Front-line officers will be required to wear protective equipment including a respiratory mask, safety glasses or goggles, nitrile gloves and long sleeve shirt or jacket, it said.Rob Jamieson, president of the Ontario Provincial Police Association, said officers are seeing more fentanyl in various forms so the chance of exposure is increased.“Having additional personal protective equipment and naloxone on hand could very well save the life of one of our members, or a member of the public,” Jamieson said.Acting Staff Sgt. Peter Leon said OPP officers will receive training on the use of naloxone, the protective equipment and new procedures on how to handle suspected controlled substances over the summer.
A Canadian woman who is searching for her missing son in Peru says that authorities in the country are considering the possibility that her son was abducted.Alisa Clamen, a Montreal resident, said her son Jesse Galganov, 22, left for a backpacking trip through South America and Southeast Asia last month. She last heard from him on Sept. 28, when he said that he would be out of communication for only a few days while he embarked on a multi-day trek near the Peruvian city of Huaraz.Clamen flew to Peru last week after deciding that something was seriously wrong. After not hearing from her son for nearly a month, she has posted a $10,000 USD award for any information that leads to her son being found.She said she has been corresponding with Peruvian authorities since her arrival, who she said have been working flat out to try to locate her son.“All of (the information) is leading to the conclusion that Jesse, somehow, was abducted,” said Clamen.“It is really the only plausible theory at this point, because nobody really disappears into thin air.”She said that Galganov’s last known location was a backpackers hostel called Kame House in Huaraz. She added the investigation officially became a criminal one when the owner of the hostel first said that Galganov had been to the hostel, and then changed his story to say that he hadn’t when asked by police.Investigators know that Galganov made it to Kame House because a friend received a Snapchat message of Galganov at the hostel.Clamen says that obtaining Galganov’s information from his iPhone, as well as his Kindle e-reader device will be critical in the investigation. However, she said that Apple, T-Mobile (Galganov’s service provider), and Amazon haven’t been co-operating with the investigation.“All these people are offering their help, and yet I have Apple, Amazon, and T-Mobile who are not only not offering their help, they’re impeding us,” said Clamen.“I’m incredulous, I just cannot believe that these companies are not being co-operative, when the life a 22-year-old man is at stake.”So far, Clamen says that she has received an enormous amount of support from the Canadian embassy in Peru, from Peruvian authorities, and from friends back home who are scouring their social media for any information that could be gleaned from communications with Galganov.Clamen added that she is hoping the U.S. Embassy and FBI could get involved to pressure Apple, T-Mobile and Amazon into releasing data from Galganov’s devices.“I can’t sit and break down and cry and just be a mother that is lost,” said Clamen, speaking from a hotel room in Huaraz as authorities updated her on the investigation.“Sometimes I feel like that, like I have to collapse, but I just can’t do that, because I need to find my son.”For that reason, she says there’s no point in regretting her son’s trip, because it won’t help with the task at hand. She said Galganov, who had just been accepted to medical school, could not have planned this trip more meticulously.Clamen said she knew and researched every detail of the trip with him, right down to the weight of each item in his backpack.“I can’t let regret consume me, because it’ll break me.”
OTTAWA – The national aluminum associations of North America have issued a joint letter urging a rapid end to tariffs within the trading block on aluminum products.The national associations of Canada, Mexico and the United States say in the letter sent to federal leaders of the three countries that tariffs should be removed before the new North American trade agreement is signed.They say the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement can’t work for the aluminum industry without exempting Canada and Mexico from section 232 tariffs or quotas.The associations state in the letter that no tariffs or quotas are needed because of action already taken by the three countries, including anti-dumping investigations by the U.S., Canada’s move to prevent transshipment and diversion of aluminum and steel, and Mexico’s initiation of an anti-dumping case against Chinese aluminum foil imports from China.The Aluminum Association, the Aluminium Association of Canada and IMEDAL say they look forward to working with respective governments as they work to address the fundamental problem of Chinese aluminum overcapacity.Mexico’s deputy commerce minister Juan Carlos Baker said in late October that the country wouldn’t sign the trade agreement until tariffs are removed.
CALGARY — Niko Resources Ltd. said Wednesday that it is in advanced talks to sell certain as non-core assets for $157-million.The Calgary-based oil and gas producer active in Asia and elsewhere says it hopes to sign definitive agreements with two separate purchasers by the end of April.Niko did not say what specific assets were up for sale or who the purchasers were, adding that further details would be provided as the transactions progress.Meanwhile, the company said talks were also ongoing with other third parties regarding farm-outs and other non-core asset dispositions, “with offers on certain of these expected in the next few weeks.”Niko Resources Ltd. is engaged in the exploration, development and production of natural gas and oil in India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, the Kurdistan region of Iraq, Trinidad, Pakistan and Madagascar.On the Toronto Stock Exchange, its shares closed down 14 cents, or 2.59 per cent, Tuesday at $5.27.
“If adopted, it will have far reaching legal consequences for Israel, across the occupied West Bank and will greatly diminish the prospect of Arab-Israeli peace,” said the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Nickolay Mladenov, in a press statement. He reiterated that all settlement activities are illegal under international law and run counter to the position of the diplomatic Quartet on the Middle East – comprising the UN, Russia, the United States and the European Union – that settlements are one of the main obstacles to peace.“I encourage Israeli legislators to reconsider this move,” he said.
Strategic Development of Electrification Technology (SDET) is a Quebec-based enterprise that specialises in the research and development, prototyping, benchmarking and piloting of industrial batteries. The company also produces low-cost, high-performance battery cells designed for a wide range of heavy-duty industrial electric equipment. These cells are known to have exceptional autonomy and ultra-rapid recharge capabilities, without any degradation or loss of lifecycle.The company announced in February that it plans to build a R&D laboratory and battery factory, subject to the receipt of mandatory governmental permits along with the solidification of required debt and equity financing. “We are currently in discussion with partners and city officials,” stated Ramy Kamaneh, CEO of SDT Holdings, Inc.The key companies profiled to use the batteries produced in the new factory include Caterpillar Inc., Komatsu Ltd., Sandvik, Joy Global Inc., Hitachi Construction Machinery Co. Ltd., Atlas Copco and AB Volvo.The company anticipates the construction to begin no later than the second quarter of this fiscal year. Phase One is estimated to take five months to complete and Phase Two, nine months. Once fully operational, the facility is projected to be a home base for 25 new permanent jobs with the expectation that more jobs will be created as production ramps up.About the new factory announcement, Ramy Kamaneh states, “By building a cutting-edge battery factory along the Quebec mining region, which is in direct proximity to lithium, graphite and other primary materials needed to build the battery, we put ourselves in an advantageous supply situation, while reducing our costs significantly. By providing batteries to the mining industry both nationally and internationally, forecast numbers show that we are poised to earn substantial additional revenues in the years to come.”
Pharmacist Lewis Pounentis always knew he wanted to be a chemist, but had no idea why. At the end of the day you run a business and you want it to be successful financially but you need to balance having a successful business and also providing a community based need.With a Bachelor of Pharmacy from the University of South Australia, Pounentis bought his first pharmacy in 1997 in Adelaide’s northern suburbs, which he ran for about nine years. He purchased his current business, Payneham Road Chemplus Compounding Pharmacy, in 2006 in Adelaide’s inner north eastern suburbs, and with pharmacy registration nationalised from July 1 this year, Pounentis is now a recognised pharmacist in every state of Australia. Pharmaceuticals are definitely growing as an industry, Pounentis says. “With chronic conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes, people are getting diagnosed a lot younger these days. “They’re more self aware and more health savvy, so people are probably being prescribed medications from their GP at a younger age or they’re self medicating at a younger age as well,” he said. Every five years the Pharmacy Guild and the Government compile a Guild Government agreement, Pounentis said. “With the one that was just signed off last year the emphasis is on pharmacists to be a bigger part of the entire healthcare role; they’re wanting pharmacies to be involved in total healthcare plans for patients,” he said. “It’s made pharmacy a pretty important part of the whole healthcare chain; we’re recognised as a first port of call.” Pounentis is also a diabetes educator, after completing a post-grad course last year. “Now my role as a pharmacist is also to help patients with chronic conditions such as diabetes to make sure they’re taking their medications correctly, testing themselves properly, preventing the other complications you have like for people with diabetes as they get older,” he said. “Pharmacists now have more of a personalised role as opposed to a glorified box labeller, as we were known in the past. There’s more of an important role these days,” he said. After his nephew was diagnosed with type one diabetes nine years ago, Pounentis became passionate about diabetes care. Lifestyle is a huge factor in preventing diabetes, Pounentis said, listing risk factors as being overweight, poor eating habits and leading a sedentary lifestyle. “There’s greater emphasis on prevention and early diagnosis,” he said, adding “for every person in Australia that’s diagnosed with diabetes there’s one out there that hasn’t been diagnosed that actually does have it,” he said. “What I’m trying to do is formulate a model for the community pharmacy for 2010 and beyond and hopefully it can be seen as a positive,” Pounentis said. The Adelaidian pharmacist has received personal and industry acknowledgment for his role in individualised healthcare and was last month awarded the South Australian Pharmacist of the year award. “At the end of the day you run a business and you want it to be successful financially but you need to balance having a successful business and also providing a community based need,” he said. If you’ve got a successful business that’s great, but Pounentis said providing a solution for a person or just getting a bit of gratitude for what you do is the real reward. “Knowing you’re able to make a difference for a particular person is pretty rewarding. “Also, seeing the staff around you tick the same way as you do is great; if you can be a positive influence on the people you work with and have a positive influence on the customers that you serve that’s really rewarding,” he said. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Both the governing coalition and main leftist opposition SYRIZA were assessing the outcome of the latter’s censure motion against the government in the early hours after the leftists lost, as expected, but also deprived the coalition of an MP in the process.All but two of the government’s 155 deputies rejected SYRIZA’s censure motion in a vote in Parliament early Monday that followed three days of vehement debate involving party leaders frequently trading insults.One of the two MPs was absent from the vote while the other, PASOK deputy Theodora Tzakri, supported SYRIZA’s motion, breaking ranks with the government. She was immediately expelled from PASOK’s parliamentary group, reducing the government’s parliamentary majority to just four seats. SYRIZA’s motion garnered a total of 124 votes, from its own MPs and those of smaller opposition parties including the ultra-right Golden Dawn. Another 17 lawmakers voted “present.”Speaking after the vote, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras declared that the government had emerged “much stronger” and insisted that elections would not be held until 2016, when the current government’s term is to expire, in response to a call by SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras for snap polls.Sources indicated that the broader impression among senior government officials was that Tsipras had failed to deliver a strong and convincing performance in Parliament.But the defection of Tzakri, who accused the government of having a “democratic deficit,” was broadly seen as an embarrassment, particularly to PASOK, which has lost six deputies since last year’s elections.In the ranks of SYRIZA though, her dismissal was interpreted as a small success for the party, which had been certain to lose the vote, as it trimmed the government’s wafer-thin majority yet further ahead of crucial votes in Parliament on a new property tax and the budget for 2014. But the leftists were reportedly disappointed by the small turnout at a protest rally in central Syntagma Square organized by the party to coincide with vote. Around 3,000 people turned up, prompting snide comments by coalition MPs speaking in Parliament about SYRIZA’s waning influence on the public.Source: Kathimerini
Fekir who was on the verge of sealing a deal to Liverpool from Lyon for £53m last weekend had the deal thrashed over over concerns about his medical.However, there are indications that the Anfield bosses could revive their interest to sign him if the France international becomes available at a cheaper price. But former Liverpool winger John Barnes believes supporters should not be concerned if Klopp abandons his interest.“If they feel that there is a medical issue then they shouldn’t [sign him],” Barnes, speaking on behalf of Bonus Code Bets, told DailyStar.“Liverpool have to do what they think is right and Jurgen Klopp has to make those decisions.Report: Origi cause Klopp injury concerns George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Divock Origi injury in today’s game against Newcastle is a cause for concern for Jurgen Klopp.Perhaps with one eye on Tuesday’s trip to Italy…“Obviously, we trust Jurgen Klopp and the choices he makes so if Jurgen Klopp decides not to sign him then we shouldn’t say no.“If he decides to sign him with his slight injury but it’s not an injury that’s going to stop him playing and we feel it’s worth it then I’ll back him.”One of the main priorities on Liverpool’s transfer agenda this summer is a new goalkeeper following Loris Karius’ two catastrophic errors in the Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid. A mistake that pressed home the anxiety among fans and pundits that a new man was needed between the sticks.
Zaheerabad: Farmers staged protest in front of Trident Sugar Factory on Friday demanding that the management clear their bills for the year 2018-19. BJP state leader and IT Cell Convener Jangam Gopi, MLA Manik Rao, Fariuddin and leaders of other parties extended their support to farmers.
Hyderabad: The tightening of security and stringent measures being taken by the law enforcement authorities do not seem to be deterring the gold smugglers. The sleuths of Air Intelligence Unit (AIU) of Hyderabad Customs late on Saturday night seized 26 gold bars worth Rs 1.11 crore which were being smuggled at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at Shamshabad. Also Read – JIH organises Eid Milap for sanitary workers Advertise With Us They intercepted a passenger, who arrived by flight No 6E1406 from Sharjah, UAE, and seized gold bars weighing 2,992 gram from his possession. Further investigations are on. In June this year, 538 gram gold worth around Rs 17 lakh was seized at the airport from a passenger, who arrived from Dubai by flight No AI 952 carrying 720 gram gold paste in his rectum. Also Read – GHMC distributes saplings to KV students Advertise With Us In May, Customs officials seized 1.18 kg gold at RGIA from a passenger Mohammed Feroz Khan, an Indian national, who arrived from Dubai by on an Emirates flight. The AIU officials intercepted him over his suspicious behaviour and on enquiry found gold concealed with silver colour wire in the support frame of the trolley bag. In another case the same month, 3 kg gold worth about Rs 90 lakh was seized from Ch Suresh, who arrived by a flight from Singapore. He concealed the gold biscuits in a specially tailored cloth that he wore as an undergarment and in his shoes. Advertise With Us Earlier in March this year, 800 gram gold worth around Rs 19.83 lakh was seized from two persons who concealed it in an angle drilling machine. In another case, 219 gram smuggled gold worth about Rs 7 lakh was seized from the passenger who arrived by a flight from Dubai and was smuggling the gold in silver coated gold plates in a pressure cooker.
Several Flipkart employees to turn dollar millionaires post the Walmart acquisition [Representational Image]ReutersThe central government’s decision to restrict the foreign e-commerce players operating in India has drawn irk from leading American industry advocacy groups. The US industry body has argued that the restrictions to these players would negatively affect the foreign direct investment as well as consumers in long-term.The statement has come after the Modi led government introduced changes to the foreign direct investment policy for the e-commerce segment. The government has directed the e-commerce players to shun the heavy discounts and cash back offered to their customers.Chiefly, two of the world’s biggest e-commerce players Flipkart and US-based Amazon are likely to be hit hardest after the guidelines relating to regulating the e-commerce players comes into effect starting February 2019.The US industry body has argued that the deadline provided for implementation of the new norms is too short and does not allow sufficient time for the companies to analyze the policy.Nisha Desai Biswal, president of US India Chambers of Commerce (USAIC), a wing of the US Chambers of Commerce said that “We urge the government to delay implementation and allow time for comment before the policy goes into effect.”She further went on to add that “the new e-commerce restrictions announced by the government of India on December 26 are a cause for concern. While we are still trying to understand the full implications, we fear that these restrictions will have a far-reaching negative impact both on US investments and on Indian consumers.” Amazon logoReutersMukesh Aghi, the president of US India Strategic and Partnership Forum (USISPF), said that the policy intervention made by the central government is going to negatively affect the Indian customers only and in long-term FDI inflows are going to be hampered.He said that “this is not in the best interest of the Indian consumers. Coming out with such a major policy change overnight without any consultative process eats into the predictability” and reliability factor that all US companies are looking into India for any foreign direct investment.Press Trust of India reported that the Union Commerce and Industries Minister Suresh Prabhu has aimed to bring in $100 billion FDI to India but the latest restriction would badly hamper such goals.
For the shopaholic: New York CityWhy they’ll love it: Long before Sex and the City, New York was synonymous with fashion and fabulousness. There are the queen ‘B’s: Bergdorf Goodman, Barneys and Bloomingdale’s – iconic department stores, where even the shopping bags themselves have become must-have items. And in downtown Manhattan and Williamsburg in Brooklyn are dozens of vintage stores and quirky independent shops. Squeeze in between the celebs, rock stars and models to search for antique finds at the weekends-only Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchens flea markets. But if your friend wants some real steals, send them over the pond for the annual President’s Day sales in February (19th in 2018), when everyone from Macy’s to market-stall holders slash their prices for a weekend-long bargain-hunters’ bonanza.Give the gift of a flight to New York from £260 return in February RelatedMatch these flights to your favourite people to make the ultimate Christmas giftWhat would your loved one rather pull out from under the tree on Christmas Day – a scratchy wool jumper or a ticket to an unforgettable adventure? Whether you send them to seek out the Northern Lights or soak up some winter sun, you can match the type of traveller…Amsterdam’s finest cafes and coffee shopsMuch more than just good coffee, Amsterdam’s cafés promise a healthy hit of Dutch culture. From the traditional Koffiehuis to the cosy ‘brown cafés’ and the infamous coffee shops, there’s a cool Amsterdam hangout for every occasion. Read on for where to find them and – crucially – how to…Top 15 attractions and things to do in AmsterdamA radiant girdle of canals, cobbled streets lined with bicycles and flower-boxes, cosy coffee shops…Amsterdam’s charms are many and varied. Start planning your next city break with our tips on what to see and do in Amsterdam. For the science buff: IcelandWhy they’ll love it: Every outing here feels like a science experiment gone mad. Steam rises from geo-thermal rivers, geysers erupt when you least expect, and thanks to some kind of crazy charged photon particle physics, ethereal green lights dance across the skies at night. Nowhere else is science so elegantly – and blatantly – on display. Throw in boulder-strewn lava fields, dormant volcanoes, creeping glaciers and the opportunity to scuba-dive between two tectonic plates, and your science-minded pal is sure to have a blast. Think they’ll want to see the Northern Lights? Book their trip in January, when the long nights maximise their chances. Not convinced? Check out our video of Iceland in winter. Pssst… if they’ve already been to Iceland, consider sending them to find the Northern Lights in Norway.Give the gift of a flight to Reykjavik from £104 return in January Download the appFor the night owl: Amsterdam, NetherlandsWhy they’ll love it: Open-minded Amsterdam has nocturnal activity down to a fine art. Although more famous to the masses for its chilled-out canal-side brown cafes (similar to pubs) and earthy coffee shops, chic party people know that its club nights, warehouse raves, night cafes and dive bars are unparalleled. Attracting the most in-demand DJs, there’s nothing you can’t find, from techno, dub step, trance and hip-hop to good old-fashioned house beats. The city relishes its after-hours scene so much that it was the first to create an official Night Mayor in 2012, and now everyone from Berlin to New York has followed suit. The best time to go? In February, when nights are still long, but the locals have awakened from their post-Christmas hibernation. Help get your friend even more excited about their trip to Amsterdam by sending them this video overview of the city.*[Give the gift of a flight to Amsterdam from £46 return in February](https://www.skyscanner.net/transport/flights/uk/ams?adults=1&children=0&adultsv2=1&childrenv2=&infants=0&cabinclass=economy&rtn=1&preferdirects=false&outboundaltsenabled=false&inboundaltsenabled=false&ref=home)** For the sun-worshipper: Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, SpainWhy they’ll love it: With average highs of around 20C, sea temperatures of 19C, and around seven hours of daily full-on sunshine in January, there’s no better place to hit horizontal in the new year than this Canary Island. Thanks to their flight being sorted, all your UV-loving pal needs to do is choose their preferred type of accommodation, thus avoiding the package-holiday crowd – hooray!. And when they bore of the beach, the mountainous interior will wow them with spectacular vistas accessible from even the shortest of walks.Give the gift of a flight to Las Palmas from £50 return in January For the foodie: Piedmont, ItalyWhy they’ll love it: The birthplace of the slow food movement, when not padding around medieval hilltop villages, your friend will dine at family-run 10-table trattorias with Michelin-worthy food at a fraction of the price. They can expect ribbons of glistening pasta, ripe farmhouse cheeses and sticky-sweet Torta di Nocciola, a fluffy cake made with local hazelnuts. Truffle lovers should keep their noses to the ground on walks in Piedmont’s forests. The pricey fungi hide beneath the soil in huge numbers, celebrated most famously in the annual Alba White Truffle World Market. Although the market is in autumn, the area is actually at its loveliest in early spring, when the hazelnut trees are in full bloom, the vineyards are starting to flower and the chefs aren’t rushed off their feet. Saluti!Give the gift of a flight to Genoa from £61 return in April *Published December 2017. Any prices are lowest estimated prices only at the time of publication and are subject to change and/or availability.If your loved one is in love, maybe they’d prefer one of these 7 snow-frosted escapes for incurable romantics.From beautiful weekend breaks in Estonia to ski-and-beach trips to Spain, your heart will warm to these snowy destinations.Want to help them find the best bed when they get there? Here’s the ultimate guide to bagging the best hotel room.These insider tips could nab you (or your friend!) rooms with views or sumptuous suites for surprisingly affordable prices.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map For the adventurer: Malawi, AfricaWhy they’ll love it: They can follow in the footsteps of the late great explorer David Livingstone. Malawi is one of the smallest and least developed countries in Africa, and tourist numbers are still very low (only 3.4 per cent of the total GDP is attributed to tourism). In the south, they can scramble to the top of Mount Mulanje, and in the lesser-trodden north (warning: no wifi or phone signal), your adventurous friend can trek across unchartered savannah. The shores of Lake Malawi provide empty white-sand beaches for recuperating afterwards (although don’t get too close the water – this place has crocs!) Safari companies are starting to move in, so now’s the time to go so you can still have this wilderness virtually to yourself. Book flights in April or May, when the weather is warm – daily highs in the late 20s – but rainfall is minimal.Give the gift of a flight to Lilongwe from £459 return in April
Celebrity couple’s request highlights Maui’s housing woes WAILUKU, Hawaii — A celebrity couple’s request to convert their Hawaii home into a short-term rental is landing them in the middle of a housing debate on the island of Maui.Alexa PenaVega, star of the film “Spy Kids,” and her actor-singer husband Carlos PenaVega are seeking a permit to rent out their Kihei home. The Maui News reports the request comes two years after the couple moved from Los Angeles seeking a change of pace.Residents at a recent planning commission meeting complained the neighbourhood is already full of vacation rentals that reduce housing options for residents.Wailuku resident Noelani Ahia says many local people who have lived in the area for generations can’t afford to stay.The couple says renting out the house long-term would only allow them to break even.___Information from: The Maui News, http://www.mauinews.comThe Associated Press by The Associated Press Posted Jun 9, 2019 8:58 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
A 27-year-old man, the owner of the dogs that allegedly mauled to death a Bulgarian woman last month, is to stand trial on charges of manslaughter and causing death through negligence.On Monday the man was referred directly to a criminal trial.The Paphos district court ordered that he remain in custody until the first trial hearing, scheduled for April 18.The victim, Petruna Nikolova, was found close to death in a field in Yeroskipou, Paphos, on February 22 and died on the way to hospital.Police had arrested two people – the 27-year-old and his father, 54. They are the owners of nearby premises where a number of dogs, including at least five Rottweilers, were being kept.The 27-year-old had been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter, and his father on suspicion of acting as an accessory after the fact.The father has since been released without being charged after his remand expired.Last Friday, just as the court was set to decide on a request to extend the 27-year-old’s remand, the police filed charges against the man.Authorities discovered a dead Rottweiler buried in a field in the village of Anarita, not far from Yeroskipou.An autopsy revealed the animal had gunshot wounds on its head – reinforcing suspicions that this may be one of the two Rottweilers that went missing from the suspects’ dog cage after Nikolova’s death – and thus that the suspects had tried to destroy evidence.Lab analyses are underway to determine whether traces of the victim’s DNA can be found on the dog’s body.A pathologist from Greece meanwhile is to be flown in to carry out a post-mortem – the fifth one – on Nikolova’s body due to the conflicting results from the previous four autopsies.Earlier, the court had heard that blood found in a nearby dog cage was believed to be that of the deceased.Police told the court that the blood had been identified through DNA testing.Detectives are also searching for a hunting shotgun – belonging to the 54-year-old – that was reported missing, the suspicion being that the firearm may have been used to put the dogs down.Nikolova arrived in Cyprus a few days before her death with her partner Ivan Ivanov and was staying in Yeroskipou. She was out searching for work when she was found seriously injured in a potato field and died on her way to the hospital before being able to tell anyone what had happened. You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoTotal Battle – Online Strategy GameIf You’re PC User This Strategy Game Is A Must-Have!Total Battle – Online Strategy GameUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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permitted to adorn Hijab MSSN Lagos also mentioned that on February 20 2013 Bareerah Tajudeen of Mafoloku Senior Grammar School Oshodi had her Hijab removed and trampled upon by her principal Mrs Elizabeth Omidele outside the school premises However the society through a press statement by its President Alhaji Kaamil Kalejaiye said it rejected the judgement Kaamil explained that dismissing such a case with constitutional backings as grounds further proved the level of oppression and discrimination against Muslims He said “It is shameful that the judge denied us a right that is not only Godly but constitutionally stated Do we call that a misinterpretation of the constitution or rape of the code of law We want to believe that the judge is not higher than the constitution and dictates of the constitution must stand at all times While we remain undaunted and won’t relent on our moves to get female pupils dress accordingly because it is their right we reject in totality the judgement and urge every muslims to do so too “We are simply demanding our right and not a favour This is one of the evils that has continued to dominate the Raji Fashola’s administration By Allah’s will the Governor and his anti-Islamic and oppressive policies will not be allowed to stay Categorically muslim students in Lagos are the worst hit by most of his policies and Allah’s willing in 2015 any party who has continuously denied us of using Hijab will be denied our votes “We have started the sensitisation and mobilisation for our members sympathizers and well-wishers which include parents and families of our members of over 4million here in Lagos to be politically ready for protest votes against anti-Islam parties come 2015 and Allah on our side we shall overcome “This is shockingly an evil from man to man and If some people or government think they can influence judgement on earth they can’t in heaven After demolishing mosques cremating dead people the state still wants to continue to encourage immoral dressing it will fail What it signifies to refuse Hijab is simply that you are asking our female pupils to begin to dress nakedly It is shameful that we have found ourselves in a state where wrong acts are seen as the correct by some elements” Kalejaiye insisted that the judgement would not have been fairly arrived at giving the stance that the defendant lawyer Femi Pedro (SAN) had in one of his positions argued and recognised the use of Hijab He also said since the government said it would allow the use of Hijab during Islamic Religion Knowledge classes and Jumaat prayer the Judge should know that it was a permissible dressing ethics for female Muslims He added “It is embarrassing to hear the judge say that allowing the freedom of religion for Muslims would affect faithful of other religions This seems to be absolutely out of point as the mode of practise and doctrines of every religions are different And the judge should have identified in the argument of the government counsel that Hijab is compulsory for Muslim females “It will be recalled that the government’s lawyer Femi Pedro (SAN) had conceded that Hijab was “compulsory for Muslims that are adults” But how does he want an adult to begin to use what he/she has not been practicalising from youthful age Of what use would it be to encourage muslim females to dress naked during their youthful age and covered when they grow Islam is a perfect religion and it does not encourage any form of irregularities “There is contradiction between the judge and the provisions of the constitution because while the judge claims that Nigeria is a secular state the constitution recognises two major religions which are Islam and Christianity It must be noted that the government finances the schools with tax paid by our parents and indirect tax by us so we have the right to demand for our right in our schools The government is only allowed to make policies that are within the confines of the constitution and not to its favour “Even when we understand that this is a Christian agenda we warn the judiciary not to compound the immoralities and segregation against Muslims as promoted by the present state governor and his party No wonder all those in the educational and judicial sectors are Christians plotted to deny Muslims of their rights” Female President of the group Hajia Hafsah Badru added that since the secularity of the states that granted it was not disturbed there was no basis for that to be a cause for denying the constitution to take its stand “It is mostly painful to us that the judge refused to recognise or state any punishment or defense for further oppression and harassment of female pupils Our lawyer had told her how some of our pupils (claimants) were beaten and molested but no substantial comment was made on that “Some states in the South-West which include Ekiti have granted the use of Hijab in their schools and they don’t have problem with maintaining their secularity as claimed by the judge Why should Lagos be different Wearing hijab is a constitutional act must be allowed and seen as such” she added MSSN Lagos counsel Chief Gani Adetola-Kassim (SAN) had after the judgement said an appeal would be filed He said “Well the court has spoken there are still very many issues to be considered which invariably means that we will appeal the judgment “We are simply not satisfied with the court decision The angle through which the court has looked at the issue is quite at variance with the provisions of the constitution We will definitely appeal” Food and Drug Administration leaderTo win a scholarship" said Aimee Thostenson there are more cogent reasons now not to accommodate the kind of grazing zones or ranches being proposed by the federal government including OyoThe weather service statement forecasts 3 to 6 inches of snow accumulation with winds of 15 to 30 mph continuing throughout the afternoon and evening A second system is expected in the region Tuesday afternoon into 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