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Budget office cuts cost estimate of childrens insurance

first_imgWASHINGTON – Congress’ official budget analysts have eased one stumbling block to lawmakers’ fight over renewing a program that provides health insurance for nearly 9 million low-income children.The Congressional Budget Office says a Senate bill adding five years of financing to the program would cost $800 million. Previously, the analysts estimated it would cost $8.2 billion.That means lawmakers should find it much easier to agree to a way to pay for extending the program.The lower cost projection doesn’t resolve the main barrier the bill faces. Extending the children’s health program has become enmeshed in a battle among President Donald Trump and lawmakers over how to protect hundreds of thousands of younger immigrants from deportation, and how much added money should be spent on defence and domestic programs.Once those more heated disputes are resolved, the conflict over children’s health should end quickly.Financing for the program expired last fall. Congress has temporarily extended its funding, but growing numbers of states have moved closer to exhausting their money. Members of both parties are eager to extend the health insurance program and avoid being blamed for causing millions of children to be uninsured.Counterintuitively, the bill’s budget impact has shrunk because the Republican tax bill enacted last month eliminated the penalty President Barack Obama’s health care law imposes on people who don’t buy insurance. That move is expected to drive up the government’s costs of subsidizing people buying policies on insurance marketplaces.That’s because ending those penalties is projected to result in fewer healthy people buying coverage on marketplaces, driving premiums higher for remaining consumers. Since government subsidies for people buying policies are linked to premiums, higher premiums mean higher federal costs.The budget analysts say extending the children’s insurance program will encourage some parents to use that program and not the marketplaces. That would save the government money.The new estimate was included in a letter the budget office sent Friday to Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah.last_img read more

35K families in New Gurugram still do not have access to water

first_imgGurugram: Thirty-five thousand families in New Gurugram do not have access to water supply as pipelines have not been laid in these areas. Despite assurances given by the Gurugram metropolitan development authority (GMDA), the deadline is not being met due to various challenges. The families in the sectors are getting their water supply from tube wells and tankers.The Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has promised to complete work on laying pipelines in the coming months, covering most of the new sectors between 58 and 115. However, the work in sectors 68-90 is still stuck due to hurdles related to land acquisition. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderTo provide piped water to new sectors, the development authority has already augmented the capacity of Chandu Budhera water treatment plant. “We have increased the capacity of Chandu Budhera plant; the increased capacity will be used to cater to only the new sectors. We have also raised the capacity of the water boosting station in Sector 51,” said a senior official from GMDA. The official further said that GMDA has a plan to set up a boosting station in Sector 72. But it would take around two and a half years to be built. Thus, initially, the Sector 51 boosting station will be used for supplying water to the new sectors. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsOn the current status of work on laying internal pipes to connect the master pipeline with households in different sectors, GMDA officials said the new sectors from 58 to 115 have been divided into four phases –58-67, 68-80, 81-95 and 95-115. Pipes for the first phase, comprising sectors along Golf Course Road Extension, are being laid. And according to officials, the supply will start in the mid of 2019. For sectors between 81 and 95, land acquisition has been completed for laying the pipelines. But Huda is yet to allow alternative plots to landowners, which may take a few more weeks. Also, the pipelines have to cross the railway tracks, for which GMDA officials are already in talks with the railways. “They had asked us to deposit Rs 15 crore. We have already approved Rs 6 crore, which will be given to them within the next week. They will need a month to complete their process and we will need another month after that to complete the pipe laying work. This phase should start getting piped water in the next two-three months,” said the senior official from GMDA.last_img read more

TNA demands answers on Trinco underground cells

Sumanthiran said that the authorities must investigate where those people detained at the cells are now and if they were tortured. The UN Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances drew light to the hidden cells after they were taken to the location by the police Criminal Investigations Department (CID) during the recent visit to Sri Lanka.Sumanthiran said that the refusal by the former Government to allow the UN Working Group to visit Sri Lanka during its term in office was clearly to prevent information like that on the Trincomalee hidden cells from being exposed. The Tamil National Alliance (TNA) today demanded answers from the authorities on the underground secret cells at the Trincomalee navy camp, in light of an admission by former navy Commander Admiral Wasantha Karannagoda that those cells were used to detain people.In a highly charged speech in Parliament today during the debate on the 2016 budget, Parliamentarian M A Sumanthiran questioned as to why people like Karannagoda are not being investigated over the cells. He also accused former Foreign Minister, Professor G.L Peiris, of attempting to incite hatred between communities through statements he had made recently following the decision by the government to free on bail a group of people arrested under the Prevention of Terrorism Act. (Colombo Gazette) Sumanthiran quoted Karannagoda as telling the media yesterday that the cells were part of the British colonial era and was used when he was the navy chief to detain suspects, but not torture them read more

UN agencies team up with key groups to prevent violence against health

Setting up a joint task force, the International Labour Organization (ILO), the World Health Organization (WHO), Public Services International (PSI) and the International Council of Nurses (ICN) have conducted research showing that that nearly 25 per cent of all violent incidents at work occur in the health sector, affecting more than 50 per cent of health care workers. Violence in the health sectors goes well beyond assaults or affronts to the individuals, threatening the quality of health care as well as productivity and development, according to the study. “The consequences of violence at work in the health sector have a significant impact on the effectiveness of health systems, especially in developing countries,” said Vittorio di Martino, who conducted the research. Women are especially vulnerable. While ambulance staff are reported to be at greatest risk, nurses are three times more likely on average to experience violence in the workplace than other occupational groups. Since most health workers are women, the gender dimension of the problem is evident, the ILO said. In response, the joint task force has released new guidelines aimed at supporting all those responsible for safety at the workplace, including governments, employers, workers, trade unions, professional bodies and the general public. In addition, the guidelines show how health workers can approach the problem by adopting various types of intervention, minimizing the impact of violence and preventing its recurrence. read more

University students are turning to private tutors to get through their degree

first_imgUniversity students are increasingly turning to private tutors to get through their degrees with one in five seeking extra help, a survey has found. The pressure to graduate with an upper second or first class degree has led to undergraduates relying on tutors to boost their grades, according to Mylene Curtis, the managing director of Fleet Tutors.She said another reason for the growing popularity of private tuition is that many students arrive at university without the necessary skills to complete their degree.  “A lot of students arrive at university and for whatever reasons they don’t have the writing skills that are required for university level work,” Ms Curtis said. “That is quite common, they are struggling to organise their thoughts at a university level.”Of the students who sought extra help during their degree, two-thirds hired a one-on-one tutor, while one in five said they have clubbed together with peers to pay for a group tutor, according to a poll of 3,500 undergraduates.The survey, carried out by the student discount voucher site UNiDAYS, found that almost half (46 per cent) of students who hired extra tuition had it paid for by their parents. 16 per cent said they paid for it out of their savings, and 13 per cent used their student loan. Of the students who sought extra help during their degree, two-thirds hired a one-on-one tutor, according to a poll of 3,500 students  “There are more and more young people going to university now and that means that the value of a degree in terms of the market place has gone down,” Ms Curtis said.   “Perhaps previously a second class honours was sufficient for a good job but now you have to get an upper second class degree or even a first.”  Over the past five years, Fleet Tutors, a London-based private tuition company, has seen more than a threefold increase in the proportion of university students who use its services.  “It is a more recent phenomenon, we have seen a real growth in it,” she added.Fleet Tutors, which was set up 40 years ago, originally provided tuition for school pupils, but branched out into university students around a decade ago.  Students are often left disappointed with the limited contact time their course offers, she said, adding: “University lecture sizes are larger, they are not getting the small group attention they need.”  The Profs, another tuition company specialising in university-level and professional tuition, charges £65-an-hour with a £50 placement fee for undergraduate tuition.Alex Gallagher, chief marketing officer at UNiDAYS, said: “Anyone who’s been to university in the past few years – or indeed the parents of those students – know that the student stereotype of leisurely days, minimal work and plenty of nights out is a thing of the past. “Students are serious about their study: the cost of their tuition means they have to be, and according to this research they’re feeling pressured to achieve good grades in a very competitive graduate job market.” Of the students who sought extra help during their degree, two-thirds hired a one-on-one tutor, according to a poll of 3,500 students  Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more

2nd GDF Lance Corporal implicated in illegality busted in the space

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedGDF rank, wife busted with unlicensed gun, ammo & marijuanaAugust 7, 2015In “Crime”GDF rank dies in accident outside nightclubDecember 10, 2017In “Crime”High Court gives green-light for further detention of suspects in Sussex Street murdersApril 5, 2016In “Crime” A 24-year-old Joint Services rank and a 27-year-old taxi driver both of Stanleytown, Berbice, were stopped by a rank on patrol duty yesterday after they were caught illegally overtaking several vehicles on the Strathspey Public Road, East Coast Demerara (ECD).The drugs were found hidden inside a gas stove in the trunk of the carThe black Fielder-Wagon they were travelling in was escorted to the Vigilance Police Station where it was searched and three parcels of compressed cannabis, hidden inside a gas stove that was in the trunk, were unearthed.The Lance Corporal, along with the driver, have admitted to being the owners of the large quantity of cannabis found.The duo are currently in police custody and are expected to appear in court shortly.Meanwhile, this drug bust involving a Lance Corporal from the Guyana Defence Force comes days after another Lance Corporal and another man were arrested following an alleged robbery and shooting incident in Albouystown, Georgetown which resulted in one man being injured.The injured male has been identified as Imole Fox ,44, a wildlife exporter of Regent and King Streets, Georgetown.According to information received, the incident occurred at around 13:30hrs on Thursday last at Victoria Street, Albouystown and the two men in custody were apprehended at Cooper Street, Albouystown.Preliminary investigations revealed that the two suspects, in the company of another male, allegedly robbed Fox of a haversack containing a bunch of keys, a cellular phone and some medications for animals.Fox reportedly fought back, which resulted in one of the suspects whipping out a handgun and discharging several rounds at the 44-year-old man.The victim reportedly managed to flee the scene, leaving a trail of blood behind. He received a gunshot wound to the lower right leg while a bullet also grazed his head.The wildlife exporter was treated at a city hospital and subsequently discharged.Investigators have retrieved a live round as well as a spent shell (both of different calibre) from the scene which has been processed. read more

Crack teams of secret tourism inspectors could be coming to your town

first_imgREAD: Game of Thrones has people flocking to Northern Ireland ‘CRACK TEAMS’ OF secret shoppers will be swooping on towns around the country in a covert mission to determine the winners of the 2014 Tourism Towns Awards.Fáilte Ireland inspectors posing as tourists will visit the towns in the coming weeks, with the winners being announced in November.The list of towns has already been cut to 10 small towns and five large towns. The small town category is any town under 5000 people and the large town category is for any town greater than 5001 inhabitants.The award, run by Fáilte Ireland, is exclusive to participants in the Tidy Towns Award.Fiona Buckley, spokesperson with Fáilte Ireland said: “You can’t be a good tourism town if you’re dirty. It’s about sense of place and pride… a good tourism town needs to be nicely presented”.Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring said:“This award is all about recognising Irish towns and villages which are working hard to make Ireland even more attractive for tourists. This important work brings benefits to local communities and local economies across Ireland.”What are they looking for? The secret shoppers will be assessing the towns on a number of criteria:Sense of place – what is distinctive about the townLocal involvement – how involved the community areTourism products available – what the town has to offer visitorsPromotion of the town – how the town markets itself as a ‘tourism town’Is your town going to be inspected? Here’s the shortlist:Small towns Glengarriff, CorkKinsale, CorkRosscarbery, CorkPortmagee, KerryCarrick-on-Shannon, LeitrimBlackrock, LouthBeal an Mhuirthead, MayoArdmore, WaterfordLismore, WaterfordLarge towns Ennis, ClareCobh, CorkKillarney, KerryKilkenny, KilkennyWestport, MayoTrim, MayoREAD: Drumroll please… Ireland’s top ten visitor attractions are…?last_img read more

Greek PM Tsipras wants to honour Turkey at the bicentenary of the

first_imgThe 2021 Thessaloniki International Trade Fair falls on the bicentenary of the Greek War of Independence from the Ottoman Turks, and Greek media reports have shed light on plans for Turkey to be the country of honour at the large event.Protothema.gr revealed a document showing the Syriza government’s official proposal for the 2021 Thessaloniki Trade Fair with plans for Turkey to be the country of honour.The proposal had been tabled during Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on 5 February as a sign of good faith and as a move of reciprocity when the Greek PM asked for the reopening of the Theological School of Halki. Should the proposal push through, it would mean that Turkey will be at the centre of attention at Greece’s largest event that draws global media coverage. The tribute to Turkey would be even more significant in 1821 as it would mark the start of Greece’s 1821 uprising against the Ottoman Turks. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Le FBI chercherait à surveiller Facebook et Twitter

first_imgLe FBI chercherait à surveiller Facebook et TwitterLa fermeture de Megaupload semble n’avoir été pour la justice américaine que la première étape visant à un contrôle du web. Le FBI serait en quête de développeurs pour créer un logiciel de surveillance des réseaux sociaux Facebook et Twitter.Le FBI semble de plus en plus intéressé par les différents échanges entre internautes. Le coup d’arrêt de Megaupload avait et fait encore grand bruit sur la Toile mais l’agence fédérale et le département de la Justice américaine ne semblent pas vouloir s’arrêter en si bon chemin. C’est maintenant au tour de Facebook et Twitter d’être dans le collimateur des autorités.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Sur le site du FBI, on peut y lire un appel d’offre cherchant des personnes susceptibles de mettre au point un logiciel capable de surveiller et récupérer des informations sur les réseau sociaux, dans le but évidemment de repérer des “menaces potentielles”. Selon le site Réponse à tout, le but de cette publication est pour le FBI d’évaluer la faisabilité technique d’un tel procédé et le coût de ce dernier.Dans une tentative d’éviter tout malentendu, l’annonce explique que ce logiciel aura pour vocation de “localiser les agitateurs et d’analyser leurs mouvements, leurs vulnérabilités, leurs limites et les possibles mesures préventive.” Une surveillance des réseaux sociaux, sans réelle désignation des présumés coupables qui devrait une nouvelle fois, si le projet se concrétise, provoquer l’ire de la communauté numérique et des représailles des désormais célèbres Anonymous. Rappelons que ces derniers avaient, avec une facilité et une rapidité déconcertante, piraté le site du FBI après l’annonce de la fermeture de Megaupload. Ceci explique peut-être cela.Le 30 janvier 2012 à 18:00 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Trumps offered 18karat gold toilet

first_imgThis file photo taken on 15 September, 2016 shows a fully functioning solid gold toilet, made by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan, which was going into public use at the Guggenheim Museum in New York. The request was for a Van Gogh to adorn the walls of the president and first lady`s private residence in the White House. Photo: AFPThe request was for a Van Gogh to adorn the walls of the president and first lady’s private residence in the White House.The answer? No — but how about a fully functioning, 18-karat gold toilet instead?While it’s customary for US presidents to borrow works of art during their time in office, the Guggenheim in Donald Trump’s hometown of New York was polite, but firm in its refusal, The Washington Post reported.When the White House requested the renowned Dutch painter’s “Landscape With Snow,” the museum’s chief curator — an outspoken Trump critic — countered that the 19th century painting was “prohibited from travel except for the rarest of occasions.””We are sorry not to be able to accommodate your original request,” wrote Nancy Spector in an email obtained by the Post, “but remain hopeful that this special offer may be of interest.”Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan’s “America” — a gleaming gold toilet — was on display at the Guggenheim for nearly a year, installed in a restroom for the private use of members of the public with a guard posted outside.Now that the exhibition was over, the artist would “like to offer it to the White House for a long-term loan,” the Post quoted Spector as emailing.”It is, of course, extremely valuable and somewhat fragile, but we would provide all the instructions for its installation and care.”Asked to explain the meaning of the installation and why he offered it to the Trumps, 57-year-old Cattelan told the Post: “What’s the point of our life? Everything seems absurd until we die and then it makes sense.”The Guggenheim, asked by AFP, said it had “no further information to provide.” The White House did not immediately respond to an AFP query.In a blog last August, Spector called the toilet “a cipher for the excesses of affluence” and said more than 100,000 people had queued “for the opportunity to commune with art and with nature.””Though crafted from millions of dollars’ worth of gold, the sculpture is actually a great leveler. As Cattelan has said, “Whatever you eat, a $200 lunch or a $2 hot dog, the results are the same, toilet-wise.”Neither is it the first association between Trump, whose Manhattan home is famous for its lavish gold colour scheme, and a golden toilet.Last June, Trevor Noah’s “The Daily Show” hosted a free exhibition in New York lampooning the president, inviting the public to soak up his tweets and fire off one or two of their own from a golden toilet.last_img

A Tribute to IndoAfrican cultural ties

first_imgAs India looks forward to host 54 African countries in the largest ever India-Africa diplomatic summit, DIAF in alliance with NDMC paid a tribute to the shared arts and cultural bonding of the two countries.The 9th Delhi International Arts Festival showcased two special events on the occasion of the Africa–India Summit titled, “Welcome Africa” and “Africa In India” on October 24 and 25, at Nehru Park. ‘Welcome Africa’,  which was held on October 24 and 25, had soul searching ‘Whirling Dervish’ from Egypt, fun performances from Ethiopia, Indian bands, crossover music from Indian and African artists, Hip-Hop, Reggae and Afro Beat from Congo, ‘Everything Nice’ from Nigeria, ‘Afro de Asia’, a percussion band with artistes from Ghana and India. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Another event named, “Africa In India” will be held on the October 31 and it will feature a specially choreographed performance with artists from many African Countries such as Zambia, Ghana, Uganda and “The Vessel”—an African choir from Kenya and Congo.This performance will be performed in front of all the heads of Government from African Countries at the Rashtrapati Bhavan on October 29.The Delhi International Arts Festival is among the country’s largest and most prestigious art festival. It has run for eight years and this year, the festival is being organised from the October 16 to November 1.  Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThis festival is organised on a public-private partnership model. The Union Ministry of Culture and the Indian Council for Cultural Relations are important collaborators of the festival. The calendar of events of DIAF include all genres of music, dance, theatre, puppetry, poetry, literature, visual arts, films and exhibitions — from the most traditional to the contemporary expressions of all these art forms. Several Embassies, Foreign Governments, Cultural Centres, international cultural managers, other international festivals and artists from around the world are also part of it. It is now recognised all over the world as India’s Signature Festival. Over 250 events are held in a span of two weeks in more than 45 venues.last_img read more

Goway tempts travellers to Melbourne with new savings

first_img Share Friday, March 22, 2019 Travelweek Group Goway tempts travellers to Melbourne with new savings Posted bycenter_img Tags: Deals, Goway Travel, Melbourne TORONTO — Goway Travel has new savings to Melbourne, Australia that will tempt travellers to finally book this bucket-list destination.Renowned for its world-class restaurant scene and café culture, the stylish capital of the State of Victoria is home to many of Australia’s most glamourous events and festivals, not to mention 19th-century architecture, incredible shopping and pristine beaches. Other selling points include an abundance of wildlife, rainforests, wineries and the chance to explore unique landscapes via easy day trips to Phillip Island, The Yarra Valley and Great Ocean Road, to name a few.With exclusive deals and record low airfares, there has never been a better time to visit Melbourne, says Goway. Here are some options:Melbourne, Great Ocean Road and Great Barrier Reef ($3,149, savings of $437): While on this 12-day itinerary, clients will start in Melbourne where they’ll explore the city sights and venture along the Great Ocean Road before flying to Cairns to dive at the Great Barrier Reef.Melbourne, Sydney and Great Barrier Reef Explorer ($3,399, savings of $585): This 15-day adventure has it all, from a visit to the Sydney Opera House, to snorkelling at the Great Barrier Reef, to experiencing Melbourne’s lively nightlife.Melbourne, Great Ocean Road and Tasmania Explorer ($3,269, savings of $604): This 12-day Australia vacation takes clients from Melbourne to the Great Ocean Road to Tasmania, exploring Aussie icons along the way. It includes accommodation, international airfare and escorted touring.More news:  Sunwing offers ultimate package deal ahead of YXU flights to SNU, PUJFor more information go to goway.com or request the Downunder brochure at https://www.goway.com/brochures/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=DU-Victoria-CA-PR-TRADE&utm_source=Envoke-Canadian-Press-Trade. << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

More Banks Interested in Expanding Few Want to Sell

first_img November 30, 2012 432 Views in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing Acquisitions Agents & Brokers Asking Prices Attorneys & Title Companies Investors Lenders & Servicers Processing Regulation Service Providers 2012-11-30 Tory Barringer It seems more banks are eyeing the possibility of expansion in 2013, according to a survey sponsored by “”Crowe Horwath LLP””:http://www.crowehorwath.com/.[IMAGE]The “”2013 Bank Director & Crowe Horwath LLP M&A survey””:http://www.bankdirector.com/files/2813/5404/9904/MA_Summary_Results_2012-Final-2.pdf was completed by 224 CEOs, senior officers, and directors of banks across the country. An analysis of the survey will publish in the Q1 2013 issue of “”_Bank Director_””:http://www.bankdirector.com/ magazine scheduled for release in January.According to the results, 57 percent of banks intend to make some form of acquisition in the next year, up from 52 percent in last year’s survey. Of those planning to acquire another institution, 45.5 percent are interested in buying a healthy bank, 20.6 percent are looking at branches, and 17.2 percent intend to buy a FDIC-assisted institution. About 9.9 percent said they intend to acquire a loan portfolio.Furthermore, many bankers expressed interest in acquisitions outside of their core banking franchises. Out of the banks that are looking at expanding, 28.8 percent said they intend to acquire a residential mortgage origination business in 2013. That comes as little surprise, _Bank Director_ says in a release.””Mortgage companies that weathered the financial crisis are in a relatively strong position, particularly those that specialize in refinance,”” the release says.That may be easier said than done, however. While more bankers are interested in making acquisitions, 88.9 percent have no intention of selling any aspect of their business. Of those willing to sell, most intend to part with branches or loan portfolios–only 2 percent intend to put their actual bank on the block.There are other barriers to expansion standing in the way, as well. The majority (61.7 percent) of respondents consider unrealistic price expectations one of the top three hurdles stopping their acquisitions. Asset quality is another major concern, with 58.6 percent of bankers saying they’re worried about the asset quality of their potential targets. The third-most cited barrier was limitations set by capital demands (34.4 percent).Pricing was also a major worrying point for sellers–of course, their concerns went in the other direction. Most potential sellers (71.1 percent) said the current pricing is just too low. Economic and regulatory uncertainty were the second- and third-most common responses. “”I think people aren’t as interested in selling as the pundits would say,”” said Rick Childs, director at Crowe Horwath. “”Yes, regulation is depressing, and banking is not as fun [as it used to be]. But I think these people are still committed to independence, not wanting to have your hometown bank owned by somebody else. There’s still a lot of pride in that.””Out of those who may be willing to sell, 20.8 percent said they would do so if the experience of leading the bank were no longer provided the same satisfaction. Regulation was another driver for potential sellers, with 19.8 percent saying the high cost of regulation would bring them to the market.center_img More Banks Interested in Expanding, Few Want to Sell Sharelast_img read more

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first_img Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Free agent offensive lineman John Wetzel, who spent his last three seasons with the Arizona Cardinals, signed a deal Tuesday with the Atlanta Falcons.The 6-foot-7, 328-pound lineman brought versatility in a reserve role to Arizona from 2016-18. He played at both tackle and guard, appearing in 40 games and starting 24.The 27-year-old went undrafted in 2013 out of Boston College.Wetzel played on practice squads or participated in offseason camps with the Oakland Raiders (2013), Dallas Cowboys (2013-15) and Indianapolis Colts (2015) before being picked up by Arizona. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 3 Comments   Share   Offensive lineman John Wetzel #73 of the Arizona Cardinals during an NFL game against the Seattle Seahawks at State Farm Stadium on September 30, 2018 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Ralph Freso/Getty Images) Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Related LinksCardinals reportedly set to host DT draft prospect Gerald Willis IIITrivia Tuesday: Where do the first-round NFL picks come from?Seahawks agree to sign QB Russell Wilson to $140 million extensionArizona Sports NFL Mock Draft Tracker: Who’s next for the Cards at No. 1?With the Cardinals, Wetzel started in 19 games and appeared in all 32 in 2016 and 2017. Last season, he played in eight games, starting five, before his season ended prematurely due to a neck injury.Arizona has churned its offensive line group this offseason after suffering through a long list of injuries over the past few seasons. The Cardinals signed free agent guards J.R. Sweezy and and Max Garcia, plus traded a sixth-round pick for tackle Marcus Gilbert.The newcomers will join a returning group of players that includes tackles D.J. Humphries and Korey Cunningham, guards Justin Pugh and Jeremy Vujnovich, and centers Mason Cole and A.Q. Shipley.last_img read more

Related Eating out in BergamoAs We Travels Sofia

first_img RelatedEating out in BergamoAs We Travel’s Sofia takes us on a culinary tour of the Italian city of Bergamo.Five flights for £50 or less: super second citiesFive flights for £50 or less: super second cities10 best things to do in Milan: a local’s guideMilan is a well known capital of all things catwalk but there are more amazing things to do in Milan than its (admittedly great) shopping. Here are our insider tips on places to visit while you’re in town, from glorious art and architecture to delicious local restaurants. 2. LuccaSwitch off from modern life and enjoy a thoroughly medieval getaway in the Tuscan city of Lucca. The best airport to fly in to is Pisa, and Lucca is just a short 20 minute train ride away, or you can hire a car to pick up when you land. Another charming walled city, Lucca’s defenses were designed by Leonardo Da Vinci. Get a bird’s eye view across the city and beyond to the Tuscan countryside from the top of the Guinigi Tower, or take a stroll around the oval Piazza dell’Anfiteatro, lined with restaurants and cafés offering outdoor seating and delicious Tuscan dishes, such as pastas loaded with meat sauce and farro soup, a hearty bowl of barley broth. Lucca also hosts a big comic and games convention every October/early November, attracting international audiences for a programme of games demonstrations, author talks and live music performances. 3. MontalcinoTucked away on a Tuscan hilltop south of Siena, surrounded by vineyards and olive trees, you might not have heard much about Montalcino, but it’s got some pretty big claims to fame. Home to some of the finest grapes in the world, Brunello wine is the city’s most famous export, and you can tour the gorgeous vineyards, sample the wines, olive oils and even enjoy a gourmet lunch on the grounds, stopping to admire Sant’Antimo Abbey along the way. At night, the mysterious, dimly-lit alleyways are crowded with locals (and the handful of tourists lucky enough to have stumbled across Montalcino) looking for gut-busting portions of Tuscan delicacies, such as polenta and wild boar topped with freshly-made tomato sauce. In the morning, the aroma of warm pastries is enough to get you salivating all over again. The easiest way to get to Montalcino is to fly to either Pisa or Florence and catch the train to this northern Italian hideaway. So you think you’ve ‘done’ Italy; what about lovely Lucca, or how about swapping Milan for Matera?When you think of Italian city break destinations do you think Rome, Florence or Venice? Italia has several secret cities that are every bit as enticing, just a little less well-known and thankfully not so touristy! Consider one of these Italian beauties the next time you’re looking for a weekend break:1. BergamoThis beautiful city is often overshadowed by nearby Milan, but don’t let that fool you – Bergamo is a blinder! Sat on a hill at the foot of the Alps near Lake Iseo, it’s a tale of two cities: up in the historic Città Alta district you’ll find Venetian walls encompassing the Piazza Vecchia and the church of Santa Maria Maggiore, but down below in Città Bassa Bergamo becomes a bustling modern city – it’s fun to ride the funicular railway that connects the two neighbourhoods. Looking for action rather than amazing architecture? You’re just a short hop away from some of the Alps’ best skiing and snowboarding resorts during the winter, and plenty of opportunity for hiking and biking in summer. Take a break in a street café – you won’t be short on choice, there are lots of places to sip espresso and watch the world go by in Bergamo – and ice cream lovers shouldn’t miss the frozen delights of La Siesta on Via Sant’Alessandro. Another regional sweet treat to try are the city’s famous polenta e osei cakes, decorated by deft pastry chefs to look like they’re being nibbled by a flock of marzipan birds.Read more: A taste of Italy – 5 fantastic regional food specialitiescenter_img 5. MateraA real-life set straight out of a Biblical blockbuster, Matera has appeared in many movies including King David, The Nativity Story and Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ. Located in the southern region of Basilicata, the city and its surroundings appear as if stuck in the neolitihc past – the oldest section of the city, known as The Sassi, is filled with 9,000 year old cave dwellings. Even the bread baked in this region is steeped in history – it is made of durum wheat from ancient fields, using ancestral techniques. Break bread with some excellent wines, or try Matera’s very own liqueur rosolio, which is made from rose petals. Good wine should be accompanied by a good book, and there are plenty to choose from during Matera’s annual Women’s Fiction Festival, held at the end of September. Make your way to Matera by flying in to Bari and taking the hour and a half train journey to the city’s central station.Find flights to ItalyLooking for more Italian holiday inspiration? Check these out:5 most romantic cities in ItalyLooking for summer romance? Then grab flights to Italy!10 best things to do in Rome – a local’s guideFrom ancient treasures to modern pleasures, take a local’s tour of of the best things to see, do, eat and drink in the Eternal City.Top 10 things to do in NaplesWith its mix of fabulous food and fascinating history, Naples is an essential Mediterranean destination.Skyscanner is the world’s travel search engine, helping your money go further on flights, hotels and car hire.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map 4. SiracusaLocated in the southeast of Sicily and situated on the shores of the sparkling Ionian Sea, Siracusa (also known as Syracuse) is home to some of the friendliest locals you’ll find in Italy. Restaurants, some of which sit right on the ocean, specialise in dishes such as frutta di mare (seafood) and pasta con sarde, a classic Sicilian sardine supper. But first, work up an appetite exploring the city’s ancient Greek ruins at the Neapolis Archaeological Park, an ancient city and the site of a Greek theatre and Roman Ampitheatre. Discover Siracusa’s hidden piazzas and quaint terraces, surrounded by charming houses washed in light pinks or purples. On Sunday afternoons, the Piazza Santa Lucia – where you’ll find the Duomo dedicated to Saint Lucy, the patron saint of the city – is filled with families enjoying an afternoon of rest in the warm Sicilian sunshine. Fly in to Catania and take a direct bus from the airport to Siracusa.last_img read more

Man arrested after domestic disturbance died of pulmonary edema

first_imgThe 34-year-old man who died in Larnaca hospital early on Wednesday after he allegedly attacked his wife and injured police officers, died from acute pulmonary edema or fluid on the lungs, a post mortem determined.The post mortem was carried out by state pathologist Eleni Antoniou who collected samples from the body which will be sent for toxicological tests.Shortly before midnight police were called to an incident in the Kamares area involving a man allegedly causing a disturbance on the street.When they got there, officers found several of the man’s neighbours on the street but not the suspect, but they could hear someone shouting inside the house and also found a 10-year-old girl crying in the yard.Entering through an open door they found a woman in a state of shock and a man in a rage in a bedroom, the reports said.Police said the man, 34-year-old Marios Alsamani, a resident of Larnaca, was known to authorities for drugs-related cases. Police found him kicking objects in the room and said he began shouting even more when he realised officers were present.According to police, when they tried to calm him down, he hit one of them in the face and lashed out at the other.Alsamani was eventually arrested, handcuffed and calmed down but suddenly began to turn blue in the face. Officers removed the handcuffs and began to administer first aid, but he did not seem to respond, they said.An ambulance was called, which took the man to Larnaca general hospital where doctors attempted to revive him without success. He died at 1.35am.A urine sample showed he was under the influence of cocaine, police reported.His wife, who was also taken to hospital was diagnosed with cuts and bruises. She said the injuries were caused by her husband.The two police officers who were attacked also received first aid and were discharged.Later in the day police said they had been requested by the attorney-general to appoint an independent investigator as, according to protocol, the man’s death occurred during police presence.This, police said, is to ensure “the objectivity of investigations on the conditions of death”.  You May LikeJobs ParadeNew Listings. Up TO $18-35/Hr. Part/Full-Time Cleaning Positions. Hiring Immediately!Jobs ParadeUndoParentologyBreastfeeding Basics That No One Tells You AboutParentologyUndoHealth & Human Research11 Common Foods to Help Eliminate Knee and Joint Pain NaturallyHealth & Human ResearchUndo Widowers threaten legal action over pensionsUndoData is the new oil so watch out for mass mining – Netflix filmUndoCypriot ambassadors gather in Nicosia for annual briefingUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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