Aubameyang in line for new pay-rise at Arsenalby Paul Vegas12 days agoSend to a friendShare the lovePierre-Emerick Aubameyang is in line for a new pay-rise at Arsenal.Sport says Arsenal have opened negotiations with Aubameyang over a new contract at the club.Aubameyang has two years remaining on his existing deal at the Emirates, but the Gunners are keen to secure his future through to 2023.Since joining from Borussia Dortmund in January 2018, Aubameyang has scored 49 goals in 75 appearances for Arsenal. The Gabon star has made it clear he’s happy with the Londoners. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
The 3,936-passenger ship, a sister to Carnival Vista, made its ocean debut in April earlier this year with a series of Mediterranean sailings, following its departure from Barcelona, Spain. Carnival Cruise Line’s newest ship, Carnival Horizon, will make its maiden voyage to Jamaica on October 2. Story Highlights Carnival Cruise Line’s newest ship, Carnival Horizon, will make its maiden voyage to Jamaica on October 2.A high-level team of Jamaican officials, including Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett; and Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Hon. Karl Samuda, are expected to be on hand in Ocho Rios, St. Ann, for the official welcome.The 3,936-passenger ship, a sister to Carnival Vista, made its ocean debut in April earlier this year with a series of Mediterranean sailings, following its departure from Barcelona, Spain.Its maiden voyage to Ocho Rios is being seen as a precursor to a bumper cruise-ship season where Carnival, the world’s biggest cruise company, will be sending a number of its flagship vessels to the resort town.“Carnival has been a friend of Jamaica for many years, and having its newest vessel, the Horizon, here is testament to that long-standing love affair,” Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, told JIS News.“This ship is the second of its luxury Vista class brand and will be a welcome addition to our cruise-shipping itinerary. With nearly 4,000 passengers, the resort town of Ocho Rios can expect to get its fair share of the tourism pie,” he added.The Tourism Minister also noted that “the best is yet to come”, adding that the visit of the Horizon is the “fulfilling of a promise” by Carnival’s owner, Mickey Arison, who earlier in the year made a commitment to send his company’s newest vessels to Jamaica.Mr. Bartlett said that with the cruise-shipping season not yet in “high gear” and with the world’s largest cruise ships –the Royal Caribbean Oasis class vessels – expected to once again make their annual trek into the Falmouth Port, “cruise shipping is again expected to have another banner year”.The second in the line’s highly successful Vista class, Carnival Horizon also offers fun innovations like the bike-ride-in-the-sky aerial attraction, SkyRide; an IMAX Theatre; the Havana section with tropics-inspired staterooms and its own pool; and Family Harbour, featuring extra-roomy accommodations and the Family Harbour Lounge.The third vessel in the Vista-class series, Carnival Panorama, is currently under construction and is set to debut in Long Beach, California, in December 2019. A high-level team of Jamaican officials, including Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett; and Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Hon. Karl Samuda, are expected to be on hand in Ocho Rios, St. Ann, for the official welcome.
Willow Fiddler APTN NewsFirst Nations policing in Ontario is one step closer to being considered an essential service after the Safer Ontario Act was passed on Thursday.Bill-175 states First Nations can apply to be a designated police board responsible for policing in an area under the Police Services Act.This means First Nations police services could be protected under the same legislated policing standards as municipal and provincial police services.Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) called the passing of the bill a historic day and a result of years of negotiating the legislative framework that could mandate the Nishnawbe Aski Police Service (NAPS) – the country’s largest First Nations police force.“This legislation will ensure that NAN First Nations will have access to the same level of policing as the rest of Ontario,” said Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler in a news release.NAN has been in a tripartite agreement with the province and Canada since 1994 when NAPS was created.Since then, First Nations leaders in northern Ontario have been calling for equitable policing for its communities.“It’s a huge development, after all the time, Ipperwash, everything else. This is very big,” said Julian Falconer, legal counsel for NAN, referring to the 1995 Ipperwash Crisis in which Stony Point First Nation occupied land the federal government had appropriated for military use.“There’s actual protections in the act to retain the Indigenous identity and become a legislated police service just like any other police service in the province,” Falconer said.However, the challenges of First Nations policing hasn’t been so much the cultural aspects but the chronic resource and funding inadequacies that leave officers and communities feeling unsafe.In 2016, all but one of the 135 officers with NAPS voted in favor of strike action. They were frustrated and fed up with low pay and poor working conditions that did not meet standards because there were none.Under the First Nations Policing Program, some detachments have operated with no running water or heat and officers are required to work, often times alone, with no immediate back up in the 35 First Nations communities served by NAPS.The chronic inadequacies have been documented in various reports and recommendations from public inquests like the one for Lena Anderson, a young mother from Kasabonika First Nation who died by suicide when she was detained and left alone in the back of a police truck in 2013.In April 2017, the province offered First Nations policing full wage parity with provincial police.The Safer Ontario Act was tabled in the legislature in November 2017.“Safety backed by the rule of law will ensure that policing by our officers will be equitable to other police services in this province. This will go a long way to improving the health and safety of our communities,” said NAPS board chairman Mike Metatawabin.
The Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific, 2001 shows growth rates in the developing countries of the region increasing by 1 per cent, while the developed economies improved their collective growth rate by 1.3 percentage points. The Survey attributes these welcome developments to “a favourable external environment, reflected in the buoyancy of world trade, combined with domestic measures to improve and sustain the momentum of growth.” These two factors, in turn, enhanced corporate and consumer confidence.”All in all, the region seems to be less vulnerable to outward negative pressures than was the case back in 1997 when the crisis hit quite a number of important, dynamic Asian economies,” Bagher Asadi, the current Chairman of the Ministerial-Level Commission of the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), told reporters at a press conference in New York.Mr. Asadi said maintaining growth would be the major challenge ahead for the region “especially in the face of the likely unfavourable external environment.” He said national and regional initiatives would be needed in response, particularly a continued commitment to macroeconomic stability. The Survey calls for economic policies that support the private sector, which Mr. Asadi said “should be able to perform on its own.”Pointing to demographic pressures on the region, he noted that the region, which already has 3.7 billion people, was expected to see an increase in its population to 4.7 billion by 2025. He said a lasting approach to this issue would require attention to reproductive health, gender equality and the empowerment of women as advocated at the UN’s 1994 International Conference on Population and Development. Among its recommendations, the report calls for countries of the region to adopt consistent macroeconomic policies, rationalize their taxation and expenditures, enhance budgetary transparency, and strengthen the banking sector.
The report by the Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), entitled Together We Can, notes that the perseverance of visionary and courageous people is essential to successfully tackling the epidemic. “Some are high-powered political and religious leaders and international icons,” the report says. “Others, less visible, have been no less effective in their actions as workers, students, business people, entertainers, politicians, community activists and village leaders.” Speaking at the report’s launch in New York just days before the General Assembly special session on HIV/AIDS, the agency’s Executive Director, Dr. Peter Piot, said responses to the epidemic had shown humanity at its worst and its best. “Denial, blind panic and victim-blaming have been among the worst responses, but gradually courage, creativity and care have come to the fore,” he said.The report points out that while too many people still seek shelter in silence, the corrosive effects of secrecy and denial can be offset by the determination and courage of those who speak out. On the subject of funding, Dr. Piot said, “We know what works, we know what to do, and the biggest challenge now is to find the resources to get the job done.”Dr. Piot observed that efforts to set up a global fund to fight AIDS – first proposed by Secretary-General Kofi Annan – could either focus on all the myriad obstacles ahead, “or we can say, ‘okay we’re going to solve one after the other and make sure that this becomes a reality – and operational – by the end of the year.'”Worldwide, 36.1 million people are now estimated to be living with HIV or AIDS, according to the UN. Already, 21.8 million people around the world have died of the disease, including 4.3 million children. In 2000 alone, 5.3 million people were infected with HIV. The General Assembly special session, to be held from 25 to 27 June, will bring together world leaders, activists, service and community organizations and the private sector in an effort to mobilize a greatly accelerated global response to the epidemic. Governments are expected to adopt a Declaration of Commitment setting out key targets in the fight against the epidemic.
Brock International is hosting a networking event to help new international students transition to life on campus.iNetwork takes place Tuesday, Oct. 24 at Pond Inlet and includes a presentation from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., following by an hour-long networking session with international students and alumni.Upper-year international students will speak about their transition to Canada, provide insight into the key to their success at Brock and share advice on how to make the most of the first year of University. Students from a wide variety of countries and Brock programs will be present.Space is limited. Register on CareerZone by logging in with Brock credentials and selecting Campus Career followed by Events.
Scene from the 2011 General Brock Commemoration ceremonyBrock University will host its annual “General Brock Commemoration” on Friday, Oct. 12 to honour the institution’s namesake Maj.-Gen. Sir Isaac Brock who died on Oct. 13, 1812 during the Battle of Queenston Heights in the War of 1812.This year’s tribute will also mark the two centuries that have passed since General Brock’s death and the War of 1812.The event begins at 11 a.m. with guests from the Friends of Fort George 41st Regiment of Foot Fife and Drum Corps, Lincoln and Welland Regiment, Second Lincoln Militia and Old Fort Erie Iroquois re-enactors.The uniformed re-enactors will march along University Road, under the Canadian Tire bridge, up to the front of Schmon Tower where the service will begin with the lowering of the Tower flags.An informal reception will be held in Isaac’s Bar & Grill on campus after the ceremony. Hot cider will be served.Scene from the 2011 General Brock Commemoration ceremony
Average3073.23252.1 3Fred Lynn19752823.83233.3 1Aaron Judge20173345.1—— 10Joc Pederson20153243.1261-0.1 1ST HALF2ND HALF 12Greg Gross19742913.03851.3 After the latest chapter of Aaron Judge’s breakout season — a dominant Home Run Derby performance that was as impressive in its ease as it was in its raw power — the New York Yankees right fielder seems poised to take over as baseball’s elusive superstar ambassador.“[He] can become the face of the game,” MLB commissioner Rob Manfred told reporters at the All-Star Game. “He is a tremendous talent on the field and really appealing off the field.”Perhaps. Like the previous “face of baseball,” Derek Jeter, Judge plays in the biggest media market, for baseball’s highest-profile team. (One that happens to be having a surprisingly good season, its recent slide notwithstanding.) There’s a reason more people have Googled Judge in each month this season than have searched for possible future GOAT Mike Trout in any month of his career.That’s an awful lot of pressure to heap on a guy who’s still technically an MLB rookie, of course, and his game still has flaws. Although he’s having one of baseball’s all-time great rookie seasons, even a player as gargantuan as Judge might be dwarfed by regression to the mean before the season is over.Even if Judge gets swallowed whole by the regression monster, though, his phenomenal first half tells us a lot. Just as former Knicks guard Jeremy Lin’s dominant early games suggested he would become at least a pretty good player — which has been (kinda) true — it’s almost impossible to have even a half-season like Judge’s without at least panning out as a good ballplayer, if not something much more.Let’s put some of his numbers to date in context: His 30 home runs at the All-Star break tied for the 26th most by any player — rookie or not — since 1913;1The earliest season for which Baseball-Reference.com’s split finder has data. his .691 slugging percentage was tied for 75th. He was one of only 44 players to post a first-half batting average of at least .320 and an isolated power of at least .350. Overall, his on-base plus slugging (OPS) was 101 percent better than league average, the 90th-best first half in that department that any hitter has enjoyed since 1913.Most impressive is Judge’s company on that top-100 list: Babe Ruth (10 times), Ted Williams (eight), Lou Gehrig (five) and so forth. Twenty-five of the 52 players who appeared on the list are in the Hall of Fame, and many of those who aren’t either will be (Albert Pujols, Miguel Cabrera), should be (Larry Walker, Edgar Martinez), would be if not for a scandal (Barry Bonds, Shoeless Joe Jackson) or could eventually be (Bryce Harper).And among rookies, Judge’s first half was virtually peerless. According to FanGraphs.com, he generated 5.1 wins above replacement (WAR) in the months of April, May and June. Since 1974,2The first year FanGraphs.com tracked monthly WAR splits. no other rookie has broken 5 WAR in the first three months of a season, and only one — Chris Sabo in 1988 — has even earned 4 WAR. Judge is easily off to the best first half of a rookie season in modern history. 3Corey Seager20163433.83443.7 25Jose Canseco19863422.53400.4 7Devon White19873413.43551.2 6Mike Trout20122583.63816.3 But the history of great rookie seasons also shows how strong the pull of regression can be: The average player on this list ended up producing only two-thirds as many WAR in the second half of his rookie campaign as he did in the first. For every Trout, who started strong (despite a delayed call-up) and then decimated the league down the stretch, there were more cases like Devon White, Joc Pederson and even Sabo, all of whom struggled to recapture the magic of their first-half performances.Judge will likely face a similar fate. Based on his batted-ball numbers, we’d expect Judge to be hitting .303 right now, not .329. Although nobody hits the ball harder, Judge’s .426 batting average on balls in play (BABIP) stands out even next to the game’s other hard hitters, suggesting some kind of second-half downturn is probably in order.3Although, as my ESPN colleague Paul Hembekides pointed out, BABIP doesn’t include home runs. If you add Judge’s homers into his BABIP, he’s hitting a ridiculous .516 when he doesn’t strike out — the best single-season mark in history. Likewise, Judge has hit a staggering 42 percent of his fly balls out of the park, another relatively luck-driven number that will likely come back down to earth. (Even the most powerful hitters can sustain a homers-per-fly rate of only 25 to 30 percent.)4Sometimes this particular stat can be more sustainable than we’d expect on its face because of park effects, but Yankee Stadium is much more of a haven for left-handed power hitters than righties like Judge. And while Judge has drawn plenty of walks and shown good plate discipline for a rookie, he’s also whiffed a lot. His low contact rate might become problematic as pitchers study his weaknesses and develop more sophisticated strategies against him.Given all that, it would be very surprising if the regression bug didn’t bite Judge during the season’s second half.If and when that does happen, some folks will surely blame it on the dreaded “Home Run Derby curse” — the idea that participating in the contest (much less winning it as Judge did) mucks up a player’s swing over the rest of the season. This topic has been researched to death over the years, with various studies finding it to be a myth … or maybe slightly real. While it’s true that far more Derby participants have fallen off in the second half than have improved, there’s an obvious selection bias at work, too: In order to be picked for the contest in the first place, players need great first-half power numbers — most likely well above their career norms. By regression to the mean alone, we’d expect a group of players selected specifically because they had an abnormally great first half to decline in the second.For what it’s worth, I tried to account for this effect by measuring Derby contestants against a control group of hitters who had similar first-half power numbers (as measured by at-bats per home run) but didn’t participate in the contest.5In each season, the control group had to include players who logged as many plate appearances, as many at-bats per homer and as high an OPS as the lowest-ranked Derby participant in each category. That left me with a sample of 416 hitters in the control group since 2002, versus 122 Derby contestants. Since 2002, the average Derby participant saw his OPS decline by 56 points in the second half of the season — but the average member of the control group also saw his OPS fall by 49 points, a negligible difference.However, there is one area where Derby participants did drop off a bit more than we’d expect: raw power. While the control group’s average isolated power (or slugging percentage minus batting average) fell 25 points, the Derby group’s average dropped by 36 points. Both groups saw an identical 0.5 percentage-point dip in hard-hit ball rate, but Derby hitters hit slightly fewer fly balls than we’d expect based on the control group,6A decline of 1 percentage point, versus a 0.6-percentage-point dip for the control group. and their rate of home runs per fly fell by 2.8 percentage points, compared with a decline of 1.7 percentage points for the control group.Either way, the overall cost of participating in the Derby is (at most) quite small compared with the toll exacted by regression to the mean.And said regression will probably be Aaron Judge’s biggest enemy in the second half of the season. Sadly, no player can escape its clutches for very long — not even the most wildly entertaining hitter on the planet. PLAYERSEASONPAWARPAWAR 10Tim Raines19812413.11220.7 18Dan Uggla20063022.83811.5 16Kent Hrbek19822742.93170.4 The best rookie first halves of the modern eraMost wins above replacement (WAR) in April/May/June of a player’s rookie season since 1974 20Juan Samuel19843542.73830.4 2Chris Sabo19882934.22890.5 8Evan Longoria20083023.22062.4 3Albert Pujols20013323.83443.5 12Eric Hinske20022993.03511.6 22Nomar Garciaparra19973582.63763.8 20Willie Randolph19762712.72281.8 22Butch Wynegar19762832.63390.9 12Alvin Davis19843083.03702.3 22Billy Hamilton20143032.63081.1 12Ichiro Suzuki20013743.03643.0 Source: FanGraphs 16Kris Bryant20152942.93563.7 18Mark McGwire19872842.83572.2 8Mike Piazza19932883.23144.3
Millionaire couple Stuart and Naomi Russell outside London’s High CourtCredit:Richard Gittins/Champion News Peter and Linda Stone, who managed the bespoke project, arriving at courtCredit:Richard Gittins/Champion News The Stones “consistently advised and warned Mr and Mrs Russell that it was imperative that they make design decisions to enable the building works to progress and of the dangers should they fail to do so. But they were unable or unwilling to heed that advice and these are the very dangers which befell this project,” Ms McCafferty told the judge. “They chose to ignore that advice at the time and, all these years on, still seem unable to understand those consequences.”Ms McCafferty added: “This is all the more distressing for Mr and Mrs Stone because they strongly believed that they did a very good job in very challenging circumstances on this difficult project.In the witness box, Mr Russell, 62, defended the time he and his wife took in making a decision over their choice of interior fittings, telling Mrs Justice Jefford: “If you’d seen the house you’d understand this is not some Barratt home.”He added: “Dealing with curves in this way is so complex. It’s very difficult to fit it together. Take our television room; I don’t think there’s a word to describe something that has one straight line and three curves.”Mr Russell, a director at more than 20 property and finance companies in London, said it was perfectly reasonable to be concerned over the interior details. But he rejected accusations he and his wife had procrastinated over their choices..”What we wanted was our house to be our house with everything we wanted. If you are building your own home, you want the design to be what you want and the quality to be what you want,” he said. “I think where we live has a certain expectation of level of standard.” A photograph showing one of the rooms of Stuart and Naomi Russell’s Highgate homeCredit:Champion News Service Jennifer Jones, representing the Russells, told the High Court yesterday: “These are losses that have been caused by PSP’s failure to carry out its project manager, contract administrator and quantity surveying role.”PSP caused them to spend significantly more on their property than they would have had to had the project management, contract administration and quantity surveying role been properly performed.”.But Lynne McCafferty QC, for the Stones – who are counterclaiming against the Russells for around £20,000 in unpaid fees – said the blame for the delay, the walkout by the builders and the significant overspend lay with the Russells.She described their attitude as “unrealistic and impractical” and said “late design decisions bedeviled this project,” adding: “The problems on this project were not of PSP’s making.” When it was eventually completed the house, now estimated to be worth at least £8m, was described as a “bespoke modern residential property . . . covering three stories with four bedrooms and a swimming pool on the lower ground floor, together with substantial landscaped grounds to the front and back.” The hearing continues. A couple who commissioned the building of a dream home have been accused of driving up its cost to £5 million after dithering over their choice of toilet roll holders and door handles.Stuart Russell, a property financier, and his wife Naomi, had hoped to spend less than a year on building the bespoke luxury house at a cost of just £2m, saying it would be “everything we wanted”.But the project eventually went £3m over budget and it took nearly a decade for the home, near Hampstead Heath in north London, to be completed.Incensed at the delays and overspend Mr and Mrs Russell decided to sue Peter and Linda Stone, the husband and wife team they had originally hired to manage the project, for £1.8m plus interest.For their part the Stones, both 61, have accused the Russells of being to blame for the debacle themselves, saying they wasted money and caused delays by agonising over choosing the interior details, including door handles, toilet roll holders and ironmongery. The property nightmare began in August 2006 when the Russells spent £3.65m on an existing house in Highgate, on one of London’s most exclusive streets, and demolished it to make way for their new home.The Stones, who live in a £1.2m flat in Kensington, worked on the scheme through their project management and quantity surveying firm PSP Consultants, for nearly four years before quitting in 2012, in the wake of a walkout by builders. 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.
At the end of 2018 BGC Contracting was awarded the earthworks construction contract for the Albemarle Group’s Kemerton Lithium Project, near Bunbury in Western Australia. Work on the contract began in January 2019 and includes early construction access and site facilities installation, site clearing and topsoil management, as well as cut to fill and installation of underground piping and electrical cabling.Under the direction of John Beattie, Project Director, and Ryan Smyth, Project Manager, the project team is working to prepare for the commencement of site works. This is BGC Contracting’s first venture into WA’s ‘Lithium Valley’ and, according to John, will add to our well-earned reputation as Australia’s premium mining services company. “The demand for lithium and other specialty metals is growing worldwide and it is exciting for everyone at BGC Contracting that we are involved at this early stage.”The company said winning this tender is testament to the hard work and tireless efforts of many people across the company, as well as our outstanding track record on key projects such as Roy Hill Package 3. “This is a great project for BGC Contracting and for the southwest. It gives us a chance to grow our reputation in the region whilst providing new job opportunities for up to 100 local residents,” says Beattie.In announcing the win, BGC Contracting CEO Greg Heylen congratulated all who worked on the tender saying the Kemerton Lithium Project would present many new opportunities for the company. “Working in accordance with the value of Teamwork was pivotal in securing this work. This contract puts us in good stead to compete for future stages of the project, including significant packages for piling, roads and concrete foundations,” said Heylen.BGC Contracting COO Mark Angove agreed saying that winning this first package positions our business well to secure future concrete and other works on this project. “These additional packages represent our core competencies. If we enjoy further tendering success, it will create more job opportunities in the southwest and help us build our Brand Pillars of Always Deliver, Strong Relationships and Great People.”
Image: Shutterstock/Chanh Tran 37 Comments Jun 25th 2018, 8:28 PM Share206 Tweet Email1 22,565 Views https://jrnl.ie/4091549 Harley-Davidson to move some production out of the US over EU tariffs The iconic American brand was hit with retaliatory tariffs by the EU. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article By AFP Monday 25 Jun 2018, 8:28 PM HARLEY-DAVIDSON PLANS to shift some manufacturing of its iconic motorcycles overseas to avoid retaliatory European tariffs imposed last week, the company said today.The announcement comes as the 117-year old company is also buffeted by higher steel costs following tariffs enacted by US President Donald Trump, who had embraced the company as an emblematic US industrial firm in the early days of his administration.Shares of Harley-Davidson had fallen 6.4% to $41.37 in early afternoon trading.The European Union hit American motorcycles with duties of 31% on Friday, up from 6%, boosting the cost to EU consumers by about $2,200 (€1,879).The EU targeted the US vehicles as part of its rebuttal to Trump’s tariffs on imported aluminium and steel, one aspect of his multi-front trade war.Moving production overseas is expected to require nine to 18 months, so in the near-term Harley-Davidson will absorb the costs of EU tariffs, the company said in a regulatory notice. That will add an estimated $30 million to $45 million in costs for the remainder of 2018 and $90 million to $100 million annually.“Increasing international production to alleviate the EU tariff burden is not the company’s preference but represents the only sustainable option to make its motorcycles accessible to customers in the EU and maintain a viable business in Europe,” the company said.Harley-Davidson currently has overseas manufacturing plants in Brazil, India and Australia and is building a plant in Thailand.The company did not specify where the additional manufacturing would go.“We are currently assessing the potential impact on our US facilities,” said Harley-Davidson spokesman Michael Pflughoeft. We are hopeful the US and EU governments will continue to work together to reach an agreement on trade issues and rescind these tariffs.Fading US salesHarley-Davidson has been relying on Europe and other international markets to help offset declining sales in the US, where baby boomers that have long bought the vehicles are aging and younger consumers are not taking to the motorcycles in a big way.In the first quarter, retail sales of motorcycles fell 12% in the United States but rose nearly 7% in the European/Middle East/Africa region.In the wake of the sluggish US sales, Harley-Davidson announced in January it would close its Kansas City, Missouri assembly plant and consolidate jobs in York, Pennsylvania.Adding to the difficulty facing the company were steel and aluminium tariffs on the EU, Canada and Mexico finalised by the Trump administration at the start of this month.Chief Financial Officer John Olin told analysts in April he expected the tariffs to add $15 million to $20 million “on top of already rising raw materials”, representing “quite a headwind for the company over the next several quarters”.United Steelworkers, a labour union representing some of the motorcycle maker’s US employees, said today that Harley-Davidson had long since begun to shift its manufacturing operations abroad.The company’s brand derives from US manufacturing and if it wants to keep its iconic status, “it needs to focus on US production”, said spokesman Tony Montana.“Harley’s desire to improve sales both domestically and abroad predates the Trump administration’s tariffs, as does the company’s willingness to build assembly facilities overseas to avoid tariffs,” he said in a statement.Not all barriers to trade originated with the current administration.Analysts have noted the irony of Harley-Davidson’s plight given that its executives were among the first to visit the White House in February 2017 shortly after Trump took office.Trump praised Harley-Davidson as an “American icon, one of the greats” and expressed confidence the company would expand US manufacturing under his administration.But that status made the company a target for EU retaliation along with bourbon and blue jeans.The products have “a strong symbolic political impact”, said European Commission Vice President for trade Jyrki Katainen.Powersports companies in general are vulnerable to the “dangerous game of chicken being played by the Trump administration and foreign trade officials”, said a note earlier this month by Wedbush Securities analyst James Hardiman.© – AFP, 2018 Short URL Image: Shutterstock/Chanh Tran
Mint-Condition Set of Pokemon Cards Sold For $107KRare, ‘Legendary’ 1894 Dime Could Fetch More Than $1 Million… It turns out that in between robbing banks and fleeing and killing law enforcement officials, notorious gangster couple Bonnie and Clyde, who died in a shootout with police in Louisiana in 1934, wrote poetry about their life of crime.Newly released poems, written while the duo was on the run, are in a collection of Bonnie and Clyde items that will be auctioned off by Heritage Auctions in Dallas on May 4, along with a notebook and some photos.(Photo Credit: Heritage Auctions / HA.com)“We donte want to hurt anney one/ But we have to Steal to eat,” read one poem penned by Clyde, whose poetry was filled with spelling errors. “And if it’s a shoot out to/ to live that’s the way it/ will have to bee.”One of Bonnie’s poems seemed to foreshadow their death.“Some day they’ll go down together / And they’ll bury them side by side,” read one of her poems. “To few it’ll be grief, to the law a relief / But it’s death for Bonnie and Clyde.”(Photo Credit: Heritage Auctions / HA.com)Both Bonnie and Clyde wrote poems that have a sense of fatalism to them, as if they were actually aware of their ultimate doom, according to NPR.“Even going to jail doesn’t seem to be an option,” Don Ackerman, the consignment director for Heritage Auctions, told NPR’s Scott Simon. “I think they realize that they’re eventually going to be killed by the police.”The couple’s exploits captured the attention of the American public during the “Public Enemy Era,” between 1931 and 1936. In the media, they were often glamorized, but the poems seem to turn them into “real” people again.“There’s an authenticity to it,” Ackerman said. “It has a very poignant aspect to it.”(Photo Credit: Heritage Auctions / HA.com)Ackerman estimates the poems will sell for upward of $10,000 apiece.The photos set to be auctioned off came from five photo and scrapbook albums that belonged to Clyde’s sister, according to Heritage Auctions.(Photo Credit: Heritage Auctions / HA.com)The albums contain around 60 photos of Bonnie and Clyde, some of which date back to around the time they were killed, Heritage Auctions said. They also contain images of family members, friends and neighbors.“The vast majority are family photos, some of which were no doubt the personal property of Clyde Barrow,” the auction company said in its website.More on Geek.com:Rare Penny Found in Boy’s Lunch Money Could Fetch Up to $1.7 Million in AuctionRare ‘Unicorns’ of Paper Money Set to Fetch Millions in AuctionSealed Copy of ‘Super Mario Bros.’ for NES Fetches $100K in Auction Stay on target
Legislation introduced by U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler to help small businesses compete for government contracts was sent to the president’s desk for a signature Friday.Language from the Camas Republican’s small-business proposal was folded into the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act, which passed in the House on Thursday evening and in the Senate on Friday. Herrera Beutler was invited to join negotiations between the House and the Senate while they came to an agreement on the defense spending bill, according to a Friday news release by her office.The bill would make changes within the Small Business Administration and allow small-business advocates to get involved earlier in the federal contracting process. Herrera Beutler’s spokesman, Casey Bowman, said, “the bill would expand opportunities for more than 900 Southwest Washington small businesses who wish to compete for federal contracts.”Additionally, the bill would require federal contract plans to address how small businesses could be used for the job.It would also take some duties away from the Small Business Administration’s advocates, freeing up time for them to help small businesses compete for federal government contracts. The duties removed, such as training classes, are covered by other agencies.“This is a win for small businesses and jobs in Southwest Washington and throughout the country,” Herrera Beutler said. “I’m honored to be part of a group in Congress that is compromising and working to get things done for families and job-seekers back home.”
Four-fifths (80%) of respondents state that feeling appreciated is important for their happiness at work, according to research by workplace consultants Peldon Rose.Its Happy office survey, which polled 1,800 UK office staff in February 2019, also found that 58% believe salary is important for their happiness at work, compared to 55% who say feeling trusted makes them happy.Around two-thirds (67%) of UK office-based employees believe they are happy at work, despite the fact that only 45% feel appreciated and 22% think they have a good organisational culture.The research found that construction and manufacturing sector employees are the happiest, as 78% state they are happy at work, compared to 72% of media and communications staff and a further 72% who work in hospitality and leisure.Retail employees have been found to be the least happy, with 54% of respondents working in this sector saying they are happy at work, below IT and telecoms staff (66%) and those in education (67%).Nearly two-thirds (59%) of respondents believe that full kitchen facilities are important, while other factors that improve the working experience include training and development opportunities (80%), tools and technology to perform work efficiently (79%) and quiet zones to aid concentration (59%).Although being provided with the right tools and technology is important for respondents, only 55% state that they currently receive this.Friendships at work are considered a positive at work by 63% of UK-based office staff, while 43% who list flexible working and 36% who value rewarding work. Furthermore, 67% think that communal social spaces are important in building workplace friendships, while 64% say informal breakout areas aid this.Jitesh Patel (pictured), chief executive officer at Peldon Rose, said: “Happiness is not only crucial to the mental wellbeing of employees, it is also good for business. Happy [employees] will be more productive and creative and more likely to be loyal to their employees.“To improve happiness levels, it is vital that employers demonstrate their appreciation to their employees by investing in training and development, tools and technology and the right office environment.”
Democratic Rep. Mike Doyle of Pennsylvania heads the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s subcommittee on communications and technology. Tom Williams/Getty Images Rep. Mike Doyle, who’s shepherding the Democrats’ bill in the House of Representatives to restore the Obama-era net neutrality protections, says he’s not waiting for Republican support before bringing the proposed legislation to a vote. In an interview with CNET, the Democrat from Pennsylvania, who chairs the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s subcommittee on communications and technology, criticized his colleagues on the other side of the aisle for not making a good faith effort to work across party lines to put net neutrality protections in place. He said he’d like to get bipartisan support for the Save the Internet Act, but that even without it his bill, supported by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, will get a vote in April. Last week Doyle’s subcommittee held a hearing on the bill, which reinstates Federal Communications Commission rules repealed in December 2017 by the Republican-led FCC. As part of this repeal, the FCC abdicated its authority to protect consumers online to the Federal Trade Commission. The problem with net neutrality is this is an issue that’s been bouncing around for 15 years in the courts, because there hasn’t been a legislative solution. Once we fix this in statute, that all ends.” Rep. Mike Doyle Tags Net neutrality FCC 70 Net Fix • Jun 11 • Net neutrality has been dead for a year: What you need to know Net Fix Apr 9 • Mitch McConnell: Democrats’ net neutrality bill is ‘dead on arrival’ in Senate What parts of Title II did you leave in?Doyle: The elements of Title II that we put into this new statute are very, very narrow. We’ve taken certain sections that set up a general conduct standard which says ISPs cannot have any unjust or unreasonable behavior. It also makes the FCC and not the Federal Trade Commission the agency to police that. This couldn’t be properly policed in the FTC. All the expertise, such as the technicians and engineers, are in the FCC. This is where it belongs. We’ve also kept sections that restore the legal underpinnings for the Lifeline and Connect America programs [which provide funding for service for low-income and rural customers]. The rest of the 27 chapters and over 700 regulations of Title II that are either not applicable or things that the telcos were concerned the FCC could do to them, we took out. Do you think the debate really comes down to the fact that Republicans and the ISPs don’t want the FCC to have authority over broadband?Doyle: I think that’s pretty clear. What unjust or unreasonable behavior do they think we should allow? There has to be a cop on the beat. As we all know, the three bright line rules that we’ve all agreed to — no blocking, no throttling, no paid prioritization — that doesn’t cover all the bad behavior. We see that with zero-rated data caps; we’ve seen it with the California firefighters; we’ve seen it in other instances. This needs to be a law for the future, too. As new technology emerges, there may be different ways for people to game the system. If the FCC doesn’t have some flexibility under the general conduct standard, then all we’ve done is created three rules that are for the past and not for the future. What’s going to happen next?Doyle: We’re going to mark up my bill. We’re doing it in regular order. We had a hearing. We are going to have a subcommittee markup, a full committee markup. Everyone’s going to have a chance to have their say. When will it go to a vote?Doyle: It could be as early as right before the Easter break, or it could be as late as right after the Easter break. But I think sometime in April is when we could have a vote on the floor. There’s also a case pending in the Federal Appeals Court for the DC Circuit challenging the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality. Could that affect what happens on the legislative side?Doyle: I don’t think one affects the other. The courts are going to do what the courts are going to do. But the issue doesn’t go away unless we do something legislatively. The problem with net neutrality is this is an issue that’s been bouncing around for 15 years in the courts, because there hasn’t been a legislative solution. Once we fix this in statute, that all ends. We are finally going to give some certainty to this issue and resolve it once and for all. That is an issue for the Congress. Let’s say you’re able to get your bill through the House and Senate, how likely is it that President Trump will veto it?Doyle: I don’t see any reason he’d veto it. This is not a partisan issue. I don’t know the president’s personal views on net neutrality, I would assume that like most Americans he’s for it. The only place this bill is controversial is in Washington, DC. It’s not controversial out in America. Democrats, Republicans and independents by over 80 percent are for this bill. So this isn’t an issue that they’re having a raging debate about out in the hinterlands. I’m the last person to try to get inside Donald Trump’s head, but I think if it passes the House and the Senate, the president would sign it. But we’ll see what happens. reading • Democrats hit the gas on Net neutrality bill Aug 26 • Activists challenge 2020 candidates to sign net neutrality pledge Comments Share your voice Apr 10 • Democrats’ net neutrality bill passes House The bill introduced by Democrats is an attempt to end a nearly two decades old fight to codify rules that prevent broadband companies from abusing their power as gatekeepers to the internet. Specifically, it prevents broadband providers from blocking, slowing down or charging for faster access to the internet. But it also restores the FCC’s authority as the “cop on the beat” when it comes to policing potential broadband abuses. Republicans have criticized the legislation, because they say it gives the FCC too much authority to regulate ISPs. Three bills from Republicans were introduced in February that would put the FCC’s three so-called bright line rules of no-blocking, no-throttling and no-paid prioritization into law. But the bills would still strip the FCC of oversight. Doyle says those efforts don’t go far enough in protecting consumers. Below is an edited transcript of our conversation. Q: Several Republicans at the hearing Tuesday said they were disappointed that you and your fellow Democrats haven’t taken a bipartisan approach in crafting this bill. What do you say to that?Doyle: Republicans made no effort to come to me to say let’s sit down and work together on a net neutrality bill. They just introduced three bills on us without ever calling us in advance and without ever saying we want to work with you. What did they think I was going to do? Put them on the schedule and mark them up? Maybe because they’ve been in the majority for the last eight years they forgot that they aren’t in the majority anymore. But I know when I was in the minority if I wanted to work with the side that could get a bill on the floor, I’d go to the chairman and express my willingness to work with him. So it kind of rang hollow to me when they said we are the ones not being bipartisan. I don’t know what they expected us to do. You led the effort in the last Congress to pass a Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution in the House to roll back the net neutrality repeal. But not every Democrat in the House supported the petition, and it never came to a floor vote. Do you have enough votes now?Doyle: This is a different Congress, there’s a lot more of us here than were there last year. And I feel confident we have the support we need. We are going to pass this bill in the House. During the last Congress, we had the vast majority of our members — 180 some members — on the discharge petition. Now we also have 61 new members. So I’d say that the vast majority, if not all of those 61 members, are going to vote for this bill. What about on the Senate side? Many of your colleagues say it’s dead in the Republican-controlled Senate.Doyle: I look at it this way: There were 52 votes for this in the Senate when the CRA passed (in that chamber). There were some Republicans who voted for the CRA. So we know there is Republican support there. Secondly, I think our job is that we are going to send the strongest bill we can over to the Senate. The Senate doesn’t have a long history of just taking House bills and passing them. I’m sure they are going to put it through their process. But our job is to pass the strongest bill we can that protects consumers. We want to start at our goal line and not the 50 yard line. The main argument from Republicans during the hearing was that your bill includes elements of Title II regulation, the section of the 1996 Telecommunications Act that they say gives the FCC too much authority. Is that what’s at the heart of the disagreement between Republicans and Democrats?Doyle: Here’s the thing: Two FCC commissioners have tried to do net neutrality under Title I [of the Telecom Act] and they lost those cases twice in court. So when [FCC Chairman] Tom Wheeler did the 2015 Open Internet Order under Title II it was taken to court and the courts upheld it. I think it’s pretty clear what the courts have been saying. This can only be done in Title II. But we aren’t even doing it in Title II, because we’re putting elements of Title II into law. Republicans say the Democrats’ bill still gives too much authority to the FCC.Doyle: Look, this is a compromise bill. We are taking very little of Title II. This is a bill that puts into statute all the forbearance that Tom Wheeler did in the 2015 FCC order. The concern always was that a future FCC chairman could reinstate the 27 sections and over 700 regulations that the previous FCC forebore. That included the two big ones that the telcos were concerned about: rate regulation and unbundling. But this legislation puts all the sections and regulations that were forborne into statute so that no new FCC chairman can undo it. It would take an act of Congress for someone to do rate regulation or network unbundling. This was a major step toward the Republicans and the ISPs, which the Republicans chose not to recognize. The only place this bill is controversial is in Washington, DC. It’s not controversial out in America. Democrats, Republicans and independents by over 80 percent are for this bill.” Internet See All
Journal information: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (Phys.org) —How do bees find their way home? Until now, scientists thought bees navigated by calculating their position relative to that of the sun. Randolf Menzel of the Free University of Berlin and colleagues tested this hypothesis by disrupting bees’ circadian clocks. They found bees were able to navigate successfully, despite being unable to use the sun as an aid, suggesting that bees create cognitive maps. The study appears in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Explore further Citation: Research shows bees might create cognitive maps (2014, June 3) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2014-06-bees-cognitive.html To get to the store and back without getting lost, you use a cognitive map. Mammals, and possibly all vertebrates, create cognitive maps, which they update constantly, by remembering landmarks and storing information about their locations in their brains. A cognitive map allows you to point toward your home, even when you’re in a windowless room.Creating a cognitive map is a complex mental task. Scientists believe we form cognitive maps in a part of the brain known as the hippocampus. Bees have tiny brains and nothing resembling a hippocampus. Therefore, scientists thought they must not use cognitive maps and depend on the sun to guide them instead.To test this belief, Menzel’s team tried tampering with bees’ sense of time, so the bees wouldn’t be able to use the sun to calculate their position. The researchers anesthetized a group of bees, leaving them unconscious for six hours. This meant when the bees awoke, they didn’t know what time it was and the sun appeared to be in the wrong position in the sky.The researchers then released the bees in an unfamiliar field and radar tracked them to see if they would be able to find their way back to the hive. If the bees relied solely on the sun to navigate, they would be lost. The bees did start out by flying in the wrong direction, but they soon turned around, getting back to the hive as quickly as a control group of bees the team hadn’t anesthetized. This meant the bees used something other than the sun to get them home. The researchers think this is probably a cognitive map. They believe that in addition to using the sun as a compass, bees create a mental map of the terrain they fly over by looking for landmarks, such as rows of bushes.Menzel and his team say scientists studying the mammalian brain should bear in mind that bees might be able to create complex mental maps despite having brains many times smaller than the hippocampus of a rat. © 2014 Phys.org This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. More information: Way-finding in displaced clock-shifted bees proves bees use a cognitive map, James F. Cheeseman, PNAS, DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1408039111AbstractMammals navigate by means of a metric cognitive map. Insects, most notably bees and ants, are also impressive navigators. The question whether they, too, have a metric cognitive map is important to cognitive science and neuroscience. Experimentally captured and displaced bees often depart from the release site in the compass direction they were bent on before their capture, even though this no longer heads them toward their goal. When they discover their error, however, the bees set off more or less directly toward their goal. This ability to orient toward a goal from an arbitrary point in the familiar environment is evidence that they have an integrated metric map of the experienced environment. We report a test of an alternative hypothesis, which is that all the bees have in memory is a collection of snapshots that enable them to recognize different landmarks and, associated with each such snapshot, a sun-compass–referenced home vector derived from dead reckoning done before and after previous visits to the landmark. We show that a large shift in the sun-compass rapidly induced by general anesthesia does not alter the accuracy or speed of the homeward-oriented flight made after the bees discover the error in their initial postrelease flight. This result rules out the sun-referenced home-vector hypothesis, further strengthening the now extensive evidence for a metric cognitive map in bees. Bees dance the light fantastic Similar flight speed and accuracy of bees with (red) and without (blue) clock-shifting. Credit: James F. Cheeseman
Monochromes move aside! Blues, greens and yellows kicked in a touch of summer and spring amidst the darker reds and blacks that dominated the runway in this edition of Fashion week.Chandrani Siingh Fllora took on the ramp with a soothing mix of basic colours to change the feel of the fall-winter collection. Though one would be mistaken to relegate her collection as summer. It is more the feel of some warm autumn sunshine and calm amidst falling leaves. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Fllora’s collection was dominated by flowy drapes and some classy silhouettes. Acing the wearability scale, saris, long skirts, fitted halter necks, high collars and some interesting scarves and sleeveless jackets as accessories dominated the collection.The most interesting factor in the collection was the inspiration of the symbols of the zodiac that dominated the print motifs. Some exquisite embroidery found place in fitted jackets that were teamed up with long fitted dresses. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThe saris flowed like water and paired with rather eye-catching blouses were quite the show stealer. We also spotted some solid coloured cummerbunds in some flowy dresses that broke the silhouettes and added the perfect touch.As shoe lovers, we could not help but notice the gold that ruled the footwear in flats and some excellent heels. Subtle and very well chosen we must say! Zero accessories except scarves and fitted short jackets, Fllora’s collection will be quite a steal once they are on the racks!
Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) A spokesperson for Regina Public Schools released the following statement after black tire marks defaced the freshly painted rainbow:‘The Rainbow Crosswalk painted by students at École Harbour Landing School demonstrates their honest desire to make all students, residents and visitors in the Harbour Landing community feel like they belong, like they are welcome and that they are safe. Vandalism to a crosswalk, or to any public structure in a community demonstrates one individual’s fundamental disrespect and disregard for that community and its residents.’Past vandalizationsThis is not the first time a rainbow crosswalk has been vandalized in Canada. Last year, black tired marks appeared on a rainbow crosswalk in Regina just two days after they were painted. The same thing also happened in Alberta.Additional rainbow crosswalksHowever, these instances are not hindering other parts of Canada from celebrating Pride with rainbow crosswalks. Rainbow crosswalk in Toronto, Canada in 2014 A rainbow crosswalk in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada was vandalized. This came just a day after students at École Harbour Landing School’s Gay-Straight Alliance painted the crosswalks to honor Pride month. The Pride Committee of Williams Lake, British Columbia, appeared before the City Council on Tuesday, 12 June to request the installation of a rainbow crosswalk.‘We had a wonderful result, a unanimous decision to support the crosswalk installation,’ said Pride Committee president Willa Julius on CBC’s Daybreak Kamloops with Shelley Joyce.‘A lot of them were saying that it’s time. We’ve waited a long time compared to a lot of the communities around here. It’s time to install the crosswalk for solidarity.’According to Julius, the cost of the crosswalk (including paint, upkeep, and a celebratory ceremony) would cost about $2,000 CAD [€1,305.23; £1,144.23], which has already been raised by donations from local businesses in the community and other fundraising efforts.The Committee plans to hold the opening ceremony for the crosswalk on 30 June at the annual Williams Lake Stampede Parade.‘It provides that visibility for the members of the community that may be closeted or not known, it just gives them that little piece of hope that they may need,’ Julius said.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . GAYSTARNEWS- Read the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/canadian-rainbow-crosswalk-vandalized-just-one-day-after-it-was-painted/
59-year-old Amrithlal Basdew doesn’t mind sharing his blood, as he is determined to save lives.On Monday morning, Mr Basdew made his 77th blood donation at the Ladysmith Blood Donor Clinic at San Marco Centre. He is an A-Positive donor who doesn’t only have a lovely smile, but a huge heart as well. Of course he does; it’s the heart that pumps all that blood he donates so freely to give life to people he doesn’t even know.He tells the Ladysmith Gazette that he started donating at a young age and has never stopped.He visits the clinic regularly, adding that he also enjoys the good company of the helpful staff of the South African National Blood Service (SANBS).He is described by the staff as a friendly person who gets along with anyone.Also read: Loving couple who regularly donate blood and Saving lives with her precious blood“Come and donate blood today! If I can do it, so can you!” says Mr Basdew.One pint of blood can save up to three lives, so it is of vital importance that blood gets donated, as there is no other way to get blood to help those in need.He says he has noticed a positive change in his body, which he believes is due to donating blood.To see if you qualify to donate your life-giving blood, please visit the Blood Donor Clinic at San Marco Centre.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite
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