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Profile Family values play big role in Ghislain Picards run for national

first_imgAPTN National NewsGhislain Picard has been doing the job of national chief since Shawn Atleo stepped down earlier this year.But can he convince enough chiefs at the election to give him the job full-time?Picard is a member of the Innu community of Pessamit.It’s located some 600 km east of Montreal on the shores of the St. Lawrence River.The father of three, and grandfather of six, says he always prioritizes family values.“Our children must have access to quality education and quality schools that value our languages and cultures founded on our rights and jurisdiction,” said Picard.APTN’s Danielle Rochette has more on Picard as part of a APTN’s special broadcast at 4 p.m., EST.last_img

Local Hero Darlene Joan Thomas passes at 75 years

first_imgTRURO, N.S. – Local hero Darlene Joan Thomas, passed away peacefully on Sunday, August 4, 2019, at Colchester East Hants Health Centre.During her time living in Fort St. John, on April 9, 2012, while working at Walmart as a greeter, the triple amputee who used a wheelchair for mobility saved the life of a man in his forties by performing CPR after he went into cardiac arrest. Thomas was awarded the BC Ambulance Hero Award for her actions on that day.Thomas would later go on to do a walk-a-thon at Pomeroy Sports Centre to raise money for Hope Air. As posted on her obituary, Thomas was a veteran paramedic and firefighter and Legionnaire but most of all, she was a fighter and big family person.Born in Port Alberni, British Columbia, Thomas’s Celebration of life will be held at a later date in Port Alberni.Donations can be made on Thomas’s behalf to Honour House Society (A place for families of first responders who are receiving medical treatment to stay.) or Hope Air (Provides free flights for patients requiring medical care.) These two charities were very close to Thomas’s as she spent countless hours fundraising for both according to the obituary.Private messages of condolence may be sent to the family; CLICK HERElast_img read more

Chinas clampdown on lawyers and activists draws concern of UN human rights

“Civil society actors, from lawyers and journalists to NGO workers, have the right to carry out their work, and it is the States’ duty to support and protect them,” High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein said in a statement.He raised such cases with Chinese officials in Geneva, and acknowledged their efforts to clarify the matters at issue. However, their responses indicate that the authorities “too often reflexively confuse the legitimate role of lawyers and activists with threats to public order and security,” he said. Police have detained about 250 human rights lawyers, legal assistants, and activists across the country since a nationwide crackdown began last July, although many were subsequently released. Last month, 15 additional human rights lawyers were formally arrested, 10 of them for the crime of ‘subversion of State power,’ which carries a sentence of 15 years to life in prison. Among those facing that particular charge are leading human rights lawyers Li Heping and Wang Yu.Lawyers should never have to suffer prosecution or any other kind of sanctions or intimidation for discharging their professional duties as they play an essential role in protecting human rights and the rule of law, Mr. Zeid said, urging China to release all immediately and without conditions. At the same time, he welcomed news of the release of two labour activists detained in Guangdong in December 2015, but noted some of their colleagues remain in detention.Disappearances of Booksellers Mr Zeid said he was also concerned by recent cases of disappearances of booksellers from Hong Kong. Five people from Causeway Bay Books – a shop that publishes books critical of the Chinese Government – have gone missing since last October, including Lee Bo, a British national, who, according to the Hong Kong police, told his wife that he was assisting with an investigation. Gui Minhai, a Swedish national, reappeared last month when he was presented on China state television. Gui, who went missing while in Thailand last October, “confessed” to a crime in the city of Ningbo in 2003. Chinese authorities confirmed this month that the three other booksellers were also being held and investigated for “illegal activities” in China. The human rights chief urged China to ensure a fair and transparent procedure for these cases. He also expressed concern about the case of Peter Dahlin, a Swedish citizen and co-founder of the legal-aid NGO “Chinese Urgent Action Working Group.” He was detained in early January and was the first foreigner to be held on charges of “endangering state security.”Method of ‘Confession’Dahlin, who was expelled from China in January, was also presented on state television, where he “confessed” to having breached Chinese law, Mr. Zeid said, stressing that he finds this method of “confession”, extracted during incommunicado detention and publicized on national television, very worrying as it clearly violates the right to fair trial. As part of a series of new laws governing national security in China, the Government is currently drafting new legislation which, if adopted, may have far-reaching implications for NGOs.More and more Governments worldwide are using national security measures to restrict the rights to freedom of expression, association and peaceful assembly, and as a tool to target human rights defenders and silence critics, Mr. Zeid noted, emphasizing that security and human rights do not contradict each other, but rather complement and reinforce each other.At the same time, the human rights chief welcomed the recent enactment of a nation-wide law on domestic violence as an important step in strengthening legal protections for women in accordance with China’s international commitments. read more

Concerned by curbs on free expression in Thailand UN rights office calls

“Following the military coup in May 2014, severe restrictions on freedoms of expression and opinion and assembly have been in place through the use of criminal and military laws and orders, said spokesperson Ravina Shamdasani of the Geneva-based Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).She elaborated that restrictions spiked in the lead-up to this month’s Constitutional Referendum.“Overall, at least 1,300 people have been summoned, arrested or charged, and 1,629 civilians tried before the military courts,” the spokesperson explained. “Since June, at least 115 people have been arrested or charged under military orders, criminal codes and the Constitution Referendum Act for expressing their opinion on the draft constitution or reporting human rights violations, including torture,” she added.Twelve people arrested in the Chiang Mai Province in late July remained in detention, along with a student activist who was incarcerated on 6 August. The others were released, but have been charged or remained under investigation.“We urge Thailand to immediately drop all charges against political activists and human rights defenders, and to release those jailed for voicing dissent on the draft charter in the run-up to the referendum,” underscored Ms. Shamdasani. “We also call on the authorities to suspend the use of military courts and military orders in cases involving civilians.”She made clear of the urgency in implementing the measures as Thailand moves towards its 2017 election – as proposed in the military Government’s roadmap to restore democracy.The election next year represents an opportunity for Thailand to meet the commitment it made at the UN Human Rights Council during its Universal Periodic Review in May to respect freedom of expression and, therefore, guarantee a more inclusive and participatory process that involves all political parties, civil society and the media in an open and non-threatening environment. read more

David Davis tells Edinburgh Fringe audience Im a terrible leadership candidate

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. alex salmond He also described the Brexit Secretary as the “acceptable face of the Brexiteers and certainly the one who knows what he’s talking about”. Alex Salmond surprised an independence-supporting audience at his first Edinburgh Fringe show by introducing his “good pal” David Davis, the Brexit Secretary, as his first mystery guest.Mr Davis joked repeatedly during their chat that the former First Minister was out to “ruin” his career.In response to Mr Salmond’s suggestion that he was the bookies’ favourite to become the next Prime Minister, he insisted, referring to his defeat to David Cameron in the 2005 race for the top job, that he was a “very bad leadership campaigner”.He also joked during the show on Sunday – Alex Salmond…Unleashed – that he was in the “most dangerous place” if people were making him the favourite ahead of candidates including Jacob-Rees Mogg and Boris Johnson.Mr Salmond, who has sold out his two-week run at the Assembly Rooms after losing his Gordon seat in the General Election, introduced Mr Davis as “the next prime minister of the United Kingdom, perhaps the last prime minister of the United Kingdom”.He told the audience, which appeared to warm to the Brexit Secretary, that they had worked together to try and impeach Tony Blair over Iraq, but Mr Davis had to remove his name from the motion when he was appointed to Cabinet.center_img Mr Davis revealed that Theresa May asked, when she appointed him, if he wanted to be called Secretary of State for Leaving the European Union, or Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union.He said: “I’m afraid I was a victim of my own sense of humour and said it’s got to be Exiting – then it can be Department X.” Commenting on the Prime Minister’s reaction, he replied. “Not a thing.”Asked if he was saying “the Prime Minister doesn’t have a sense of humour”, he joked: “I told you what this would do to my career.”Mr Salmond ended the show by raising pounds1,000 for charity from a member of the audience who paid to have lunch with the pair in Edinburgh. Alex Salmond…Unleashed is due to run for over two weeksCredit:PAlast_img read more

All Together Now the BBC talent show promising fortune but no fame

first_img‘The 100’ panel is captained by former Spice Girl Geri HornerCredit:Matt Squire/EndemolShine All Together Now The most popular singer of the night goes through to a grand final, where the prize is £50,000.Previous BBC attempts to ape The X Factor by producing a singing superstar have failed, most recently with the corporation’s version of The Voice.Now it is changing tack and going up against ITV’s version of The Voice, with the two shows overlapping in the schedules.Rob Beckett, the show’s host, said: “I think it’s nice to have something with no big promise of a career at the end. Just win a couple of quid, have a laugh.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. The BBC is launching a Saturday night talent show with a difference: no judging panel, no unkind comments and no promise to turn the winner into a star.All Together Now begins on BBC One this weekend in competition with ITV’s The Voice.Rather than perform before a panel of stony-faced judges, hopefuls sing to a crowd of 100 people drawn from all corners of the music industry, including choir directors, West End performers, a medieval banquet singer and a singing dentist.Members of ‘The 100’, captained by former Spice Girl Geri Horner (née Halliwell), stand up and sing along if they like the performance, and stay seated if they don’t.center_img The Sundaes on All Together Now The Sundaes are among the performers competing for the £50,000 prizeCredit:Matt Squire/EndemolShine Horner said the show treats contestants “with care and dignity”, and there are no X Factor-style sob stories.“This show is so unique and in its own lane,” she said. “There’s so much anxiety and bad news that when I turn on the television I just want it to be nice.“This show is about feeling good. We don’t want to take anyone down. We can all get a little bit cynical and we’ve seen different talent shows but it’s a breath of fresh air. It’s kind but it’s honest.”Kate Phillips, controller of entertainment commissioning at the BBC, hailed the show as “a bit of a change from the usual panel of three or four judges”.While the format differs from The X Factor, some of the contestants may look familiar. Michael Rice, who introduces himself as a busker from Hartlepool, previously appeared on the Simon Cowell show.:: All Together Now is on BBC One this Saturday at 7.15pmlast_img read more

Architects reimagine famous structures in bizarre Lego form

first_imgEver wonder what would happen if professional architects were given Lego sets of famous buildings and asked to construct something from the same pieces? Us either, but someone did, so they recruited a few firms to do just that. The results were incredible.In case you didn’t know, Lego has an architecture series that give people the pieces and instructions to rebuild famous buildings, like Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling Water and the Guggenheim Museum. These are buildings that laypeople know all to well, so you can only imagine how many times the average architect has considered reworking (or maybe demolishing?) them.Iconeye gave these kits–the most popular being Falling Water–to notable firms like Adjaye Associates, Foster + Partners, and AOC, and let them have at it. Short of a conversation about clever eyewear this is the most fun the typical architecture can (legally) have, so the structures they came up with are as fascinating as you’d expect. The fact that they did not have to be practical or serve any particular purpose makes these reimaginings of canonical architecture works that much better.Above, you can see the work by Foster + Partners–it’s nothing like Falling Water, as Lego intended it. It’s reminiscent (to me) of something that would go on the top of a battleship, but whatever it is, it’s undeniably cool. No wonder it’s impressive–it comes from the team behind a major part of the World Trade Center project and the Hearst Tower (though they did unspeakable horrors to the famous Emeco chair).Other firms got a bit more creative. The FAT collective turned the building into an birds-eye view of a highly organized city (more architects that want to be city planners?). Another firm got out the heatgun and turned Falling Water into Melting Water. Certainly less conventional, but just as interesting for us architecture fans.More at IconEye, via archetizerlast_img read more

Geek deals 10 off Lenovo ThinkPad X230 ultraportable laptop

first_imgThe term “ultraportable” is thrown around a lot these days. The selection of small, light laptops has grown exponentially, especially over the past couple years, but there is not one common standard for ultraportable laptops.Screen sizes range from 11 inches all the way up to 14 inches in some cases, both normal and low voltage processors can be found, and it’s a mix of laptops that do or do not have an optical drive.In the more traditional sense of an ultraportable, you’ll typically only see 11-12 inch models that lack an optical drive (known as a one-spindle system). From there you do see more of a split between full-featured models with powerful processors and portability-focused ones that lack some features and make do with low-voltage chips.Lenovo’s ThinkPad X Series has straddled both of those lines and experimented with a few different screen sizes, but the bread and butter has always been the mainstream 12 inch lineup. The latest iteration is the ThinkPad X230, a 12.5 inch widescreen model that may not measure up to Ultrabook standards, but also doesn’t compromise.The X230 measures in at 0.75-1.05 inches thin and 2.96 lb with the 4-cell battery. While that may not sound impressive in the day and age of the MacBook Air and its clones, it is rather impressive when you consider the X230’s capabilities. You can get up to a Core i7 processor and 16GB RAM. It has a 4-in-1 card reader, three USB ports (two are 3.0 standard), VGA and DisplayPort outputs, and built-in Ethernet. You can even upgrade the display to an IPS screen for an additional $50, a must-have in my book.This brand new model debuted just a few weeks ago and we’ve got a rare 10% coupon available for it. That brings the starting price down to just $854.10 for a Core i3 model or you can step up to a Core i5 for just $881.10.Visit LogicBuy for the Lenovo ThinkPad X230 Ultraportable Laptop deal or browse more Lenovo deals & couponslast_img read more

Urgent meeting for the Greek program at the Northcote High School

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM) will schedule a meeting with all the interested parties to ensure the continuation of the Greek language teaching program at the Northcote High School following the School Council’s decision to discontinue the teaching of Greek and Italian.The GCM will call a meeting of parents, teachers and other interested parties to discuss the issue in more detail and decide the next steps.On Tuesday morning, GCM’s vice president and Education convenor, Theo Markos and GCM’s member and former student of the NHS, Anna Giannatselis, met with the principal of the school, Katie Morris and the president of the school council to discuss the issue.“We have achieved a small but important victory,” said Theo Markos after the meeting. “The Greek program will continue to be offered next year to NHS’s students and we have three months to convince the school council to continue to offer the program in the future. To ensure this we need the support and contribution of all. This was a result of our efforts and our close collaboration with a group of parents, the Education Office of the Greek Consulate, the Modern Greek Teachers Association and to our excellent cooperation with the Italian community. The discussions with the school council should start immediately. Our efforts as Greek community must continue.”Also, in the next few days a meeting will take place with ministers Jenny Mikakos and Fiona Richardson.For further information contact +61 9662-2722 or email last_img read more

Vice President Pence to make Florida stop

first_imgORLANDO, FLA. (WSVN) – Vice President Mike Pence will be traveling to Orlando, Thursday.The Vice President is set to meet with Secretary Sonny Perdue and Florida Gov. Rick Scott.The three will be meeting with local businesses, community leaders and Florida families to discuss the need for tax reform.Pence will conclude his visit later in the day at the party of Florida’s Statesman’s dinner.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

Trump touts Afghan peace progress but warns can kill millions

first_imgWashington: President Donald Trump flagged “progress” in peace talks with the Taliban on Friday but again warned that he has the ability to wipe out much of Afghanistan within days, killing millions. “We’ve made a lot of progress. We’re talking,” Trump told reporters at the White House. Trump said that US forces, bogged down for nearly two decades, “could win Afghanistan in two days or three days or four days, but I’m not looking to kill 10 million people.” Also Read – US judge dismissed criminal case against Jeffrey Epstein Advertise With Us He made a similar comment about 10 million casualties in July, but this time specified that this would not involve nuclear weapons. “I’m talking conventional.” Trump was vague, however, in answering a question about a Washington Post report on a deal being brokered in which the United States would cut troop levels in Afghanistan to as low as 8,000 from the current 14,000. Also Read – Watch: Donald Trump says Florida faces absolute monster hurricane Advertise With Us In return, the Taliban insurgency would reportedly cease fire, enter peace talks with the US-backed Afghan government, and pledge to keep out Al-Qaeda — whose 9/11 attacks on the US spurred the invasion that ousted the Taliban from power in Afghanistan in 2001. The United States and the Taliban are soon expected to begin their eighth round of talks in Doha to reach a deal that would end America’s nearly 18-year involvement in Afghanistan. Advertise With Us Washington has said it wants to see a deal inked by September 1, but any deal requires the Taliban to talk to Kabul. The push to end the conflict has ignited widespread concern among Afghans that in Washington’s rush to exit its longest war, the Taliban will be returned to some semblance of power. The Taliban, who now control or influence about half of Afghanistan’s territory, recently signed on to a vague pledge to reduce civilian casualties, but violence has continued unabated. According to a UN report released Tuesday, 1,366 civilians were killed and another 2,446 wounded during the first six months of 2019. The figure does not include at least 34 people who were killed in western Afghanistan when their bus hit a Taliban roadside bomb on Wednesday.last_img read more

Next parliamentary polls under the very EC Quader

first_imgObaidul Quader. File PhotoThe next general elections will be held under the ‘very election commission’, says ruling Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader.And, he adds, the present government will play a supportive role in holding the ballot.Also roads and bridges minister, Quader came up with the statement in Comilla on Tuesday, a day after BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia had on Monday iterated the need for a supportive government in order to hold the elections in a free and fair manner.“The election to the Jatiya Sangsad (national legislative assembly) shall be held under the very election commission. The present government will be a supportive role,” the minister said.He also mentioned that the army would play its ‘defined role’ in that situation.Khaleda Zia-led alliance boycotted the parliamentary elections held in 2014, as it demanded formation of a neutral caretaker government for holding a credible election. Prime minister Sheikh Hasina-led Awami League government earlier scrapped the election-time caretaker government system from the constitution.The minister went there to visit Gumti bridge in Daudkandi. Four bridges in the area will be completed by July, he said.last_img read more

Myanmars way of reaction causing problem for Bangladesh Hasina

first_imgPrime minister Sheikh Hasina with outgoing secretary general of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation-BIMSTEC, Sumith Nakandala, at her office on Thursday. Photo: PIDPrime minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday said the manner in which the Myanmar government has reacted to insurgency is creating problems for Bangladesh.”Bangladesh never supported such kind of acts (attack on police posts and an army base) previously happened in Myanmar. But, the way the Myanmar government is reacting is creating problem for Bangladesh,” she said.The prime minister said this when outgoing secretary general of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation-BIMSTEC, Sumith Nakandala called on her at her office here.Briefing reporters after the meeting, PM’s press secretary Ihsanul Karim said Sumith Nakandala apprised the Prime Minister of the activities of the BIMSTEC.He said members of the forum are working with cooperation in 14 socioeconomic areas. “In certain cases, there have been many remarkable progress particularly in the areas of transport and connectivity,” he added.The BIMSTEC secretary general put emphasis on holding a ministerial-level meeting on agriculture to boost cooperation in this sector. Besides, he put emphasis on promoting traditional medicines like Ayurvedic and Unani medicines.Prime minister Sheikh Hasina said Bangladesh gives importance to BIMSTEC for the development of the region.She said the main focus of her government is to eradicate poverty and hunger from the region. “Countries of the region are achieving development, but it has to be more,” she said.Regarding terrorism, the prime minister said, it is now a global phenomenon. “All countries should work together against the menace.”Prime minister’s international affairs adviser Gowher Rizvi and PMO senior secretary Suraiya Begum were present.last_img read more

JU restricts entry of visitors

first_imgJUThe authorities of Jahangirnagar University imposed ban on the entry of visitors on the campus for six days, reports UNB.JU registrar Abu Bakr Siddique confirmed this to UNB on Monday night.A release was issued on Monday saying that the entry of visitors for any purpose such as study tour and any kind of shooting will be remained prohibited from 25 December to 30 December into the campus for upcoming senate election which is scheduled to be held on 30 December.The release also said that during the election, the movement of rickshaws will be prohibited from New Arts Building to university main entrance.last_img

BlackBerry Shares Climb as Revenue Slide Slows

first_img Hear from Polar Explorers, ultra marathoners, authors, artists and a range of other unique personalities to better understand the traits that make excellence possible. 1 min read BlackBerry Ltd reported a slightly wider than expected adjusted loss on Tuesday, however shares in the company rose over 8 percent as its revenue slide began to show signs of stalling and its turnaround begins to slowly gain traction.Excluding a one-time accounting gain and charges related to restructuring items, the company reported a loss of $28 million or 5 cents a share.Analysts, on average, were expecting a loss of 3 cents a share, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.Quarterly revenue was $658 million in the period, slightly lower than the prior quarter.Crucially for the company that is pivoting to focus on its software business, revenues in that segment more than doubled from the year ago period to $137 million in the current period.(Reporting by Euan Rocha, Alastair Sharp and Allison Martell in Toronto) This story originally appeared on Reuters How Success Happens June 23, 2015 Listen Nowlast_img read more

Genworth Makes Additions to Senior Leadership

first_img Share Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Genworth Mortgage Insurance Corp. Investors Lenders & Servicers Movers & Shakers Processing Service Providers 2013-09-06 Carrie Bay “”Genworth Financial, Inc.””:, announced Wednesday that the company is strengthening the senior leadership team of its U.S. Mortgage Insurance (USMI) unit with the addition of two key executives. Paul Gomez was recently promoted to COO of USMI, and George Reichert was named chief information officer (CIO).[IMAGE]Gomez was formerly SVP for Genworth Financial’s U.S. Life Insurance Operations team in Richmond, Virginia. He and his senior personnel will focus on maximizing USMI’s operational effectiveness. Gomez is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and holds an M.B.A. from the University of Rhode Island.””This is an exciting time for USMI as we begin to plan for prudent growth,”” said Rohit Gupta, president and CEO of Genworth USMI. “”As we continue looking at how to best[COLUMN_BREAK]align our operations teams to achieve our loss mitigation goals and provide exceptional customer service, Paul’s experience with running large customer service teams and analytics will be key to our work.””Reichert most recently was CIO at Nortel Networks in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, where he leveraged his expertise to create and lead the vision for Nortel’s IT restructuring plan. He also led IT teams at Lenovo and DHL. Reichert graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems from Manhattan College in New York.””George is a results-driven leader with a proven ability to develop and execute IT strategy as well as motivate and empower people,”” Gupta commented. “”I’m pleased to have him on board to focus on how we can best leverage technology to drive the business forward and effectively manage change.””Genworth operates through three divisions: U.S. Life Insurance, which includes life insurance, long term care insurance, and fixed annuities; Global Mortgage Insurance, made up of the U.S. Mortgage Insurance and International Mortgage Insurance segments; and the Corporate and Other business unit, which includes the company’s International Protection and Runoff segments as well as its discontinued wealth management business. Genworth, headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, traces its roots back to 1871 and became a public company in 2004. New,Genworth Makes Additions to Senior Leadershipcenter_img in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing September 6, 2013 413 Views last_img read more

LISTEN Mike McCoy Cardinals Offensive Coordinato

first_img LISTEN: Mike McCoy, Cardinals Offensive Coordinator (AP Photo/Bob Leverone, File) “There’s certain quarterbacks that are great quarterbacks that aren’t on very good teams,” he said.McCoy admitted he hasn’t watched much film on this year’s quarterback draft class.And whether the 2018 Cardinals starting quarterback is found in the draft, free agency or via a trade “we’re just getting this thing started here with the evaluation process. We got a lot of tough work ahead of us to figure out who that’s going to be,” he said.One thing McCoy has learned over his 18-year NFL coaching career, including four years as the head coach of the San Diego Chargers and two stints as the offensive coordinator in Denver, is to not be afraid of change.Sure, there are certain things McCoy would like to do offensively but sometimes a coach needs to adjust. He pointed to several examples:— In 2003 as the quarterbacks coach in Carolina, McCoy watched backup Jake Delhomme lead the Panthers to the Super Bowl after starter Rodney Peete got hurt in the opener.— In 2007, the Panthers won four games with four different quarterbacks.— With the Broncos, McCoy worked with Peyton Manning, Kyle Orton and Tim Tebow and while in San Diego, it was Philip Rivers under center. McCoy revealed very little during a nearly 21-minute introductory press conference on Monday, though that was perhaps to be expected given there is very little known about the Cardinals’ offense in 2018. Much of that, of course, will depend on the makeup of the roster.Asked specifically whether his play-calling will be more about scheme or matchups, McCoy answered with one word: Players.“When the players come in (to begin the offseason program), we’re going to have our core, but we’re going to find out what our players do best,” he said.“The roster is going to continuously change. I know from talking to Coach and talking to (general manager) Steve Keim, we’re going to churn the roster and it’s going to keep on going so the key thing, I think, as a coach and as the offensive coordinator is to find out what our players do best and we’ll adjust accordingly.”Obviously, finding a quarterback is first and foremost.McCoy mentioned one, and only one, preference when it comes to a style of quarterback.“One that’s going to win a lot of games,” he said, smiling.McCoy added he wants a quarterback who is a leader, tough, can handle adversity and makes the team and his teammates better. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 7 Comments   Share   Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories TEMPE, Ariz. – No quarterback. Uncertainty at wide receiver. Questions along the offensive line and tight end.Yet, Mike McCoy still accepted the job of Arizona Cardinals offensive coordinator.The question is why.“It’s critical that, when you put a staff together, you get with good people,” he said, referring to head coach Steve Wilks. “And that was one of the really big selling points to me is what type of person he is (and) what his beliefs are.” “You have your core, what you want to do and what you think you want to be known as but then it’s all about players. We have to adjust to the players we have. There’s going to be injuries during the season at a certain position. Well, if that next guy comes in, what does he do and what type of player he is?” McCoy said.“That’s the fun part of the job really is to find out what type of players you have right now in the offseason. That’s the exciting time for us right now is putting this team together and building the foundation for the future so that it’s not a one week thing. It’s being competitive week-in and week-out and finding out what your players do best because it’s all about players.” Your browser does not support the audio element. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

by Leanne Italie The Associated Press Posted

first_img by Leanne Italie, The Associated Press Posted May 19, 2018 2:41 am PDT Last Updated May 19, 2018 at 6:00 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Britain’s Prince Andrew, center, arrives with Princess Beatrice, right, and Princess Eugenie arrive for the wedding ceremony of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle in Windsor, near London, England, Saturday, May 19, 2018. (Odd Anderson/pool photo via AP) Like every good royal wedding, it was all about the hats, the dresses and the posh tails, with some fashion standouts among the guests hustled inside the church at Windsor Castle.Amal Clooney was undeniably regal in a mustard yellow Stella McCartney dress with cap sleeves and a long tie in back that bordered on a train as she glided into St. George’s Chapel on Saturday for the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Her actor husband, George Clooney, was at her side in neutral grey and a pale yellow stripe tie,Granted, it’s difficult for Ms. Clooney merely to blend in, but her jauntily tilted and perfectly matched wide-brim hat, displaying a dainty veil in front, brought gasps both online and in the crowd that lined the route to the church.The royals didn’t disappoint, led by Queen Elizabeth II in a lime silk tweed coat and Angela Kelly hat with handmade lace crystals and pearls by Lucy Price. Kate, the duchess of Cambridge, wore a primrose yellow wool silk tailored coat by the house of Alexander McQueen and large hat with a flower tucked under the brim on one side. She sat beside the groom’s step-mother, Camilla, duchess of Cornwall, who also went large with a flat, feathery effect for a hat.The mother of the bride, Doria Ragland, watched the nuptials in an understated hat and light green suit.Guests also included Oprah Winfrey in tiered Stella McCartney pink and a matching statement hat. Victoria Beckham, meanwhile, a close friend of the groom, blended quite nicely in dark navy, a peekaboo slit at the front of her dress that fell well below the knee, as she attended with her husband, soccer star David Beckham.It was a very different royal wedding for Pippa Middleton, the sister of Kate Middleton. Pippa received a lot of TV time at Kate and Prince William’s 2011 wedding when she fussed with the train on her sibling’s dress. This time around, the now married and newly pregnant Pippa was in demure mint green, a matronly bun under her small hat.New mom Serena Williams walked slowly inside in soft rose, a high fascinator on her head and a chunky gold necklace around her neck. Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, cousins of the groom, went for understated hats this time, in sharp contrast to their exuberant head gear at the William and Kate’s wedding.Elsewhere among the 600 invited guests were pops of royal purple in dresses and ties with a healthy dose of spring prints. Cressida Bonas, a former girlfriend of Harry’s, was in neon stripes of pink, green and yellow. Gina Torres, one of Markle’s “Suits” co-stars, wore a floral and stripe print of red and white.Among the men, one guest came in formal long shorts — all the better to show off his two prosthetic legs. Another donned a top hat as the crowd lining the wedding route cheered the lucky guests.center_img It’s all about the well-plumed hats for royal wedding guestslast_img read more

Arrest warrant issued for man who reportedly hit ex wife

first_imgPolice have issued an arrest warrant against a man who reportedly hit his ex-wife on Wednesday afternoon in Paphos.The woman, aged 30, reported to police that her 37-year-old ex-husband hurt her arm when he hit her while visiting her home at around 6pm.The woman was slightly injured by the attack.You May LikeLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Search For 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoYahoo SearchThe Early Signs Of Type 2 Diabetes. Search Type 2 Diabetes TreatmentsYahoo SearchUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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