Provincial police investigating possible sighting of BC suspects in northern Ontario

first_imgKAPUSKASING, ONT. — Ontario Provincial Police say they are investigating a possible sighting in the northeastern community of Kapuskasing of two teenagers suspected in the deaths of three people in northern B.C.Police say someone reported seeing two men who looked similar to Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod.RELATED: Manitoba RCMP scaling back search for accused killers from B.C.The report comes as RCMP announce they are scaling back their search for the pair in the northern Manitoba community of Gillam.The Mounties say they have searched more than 11-hundred square kilometres of wilderness, canvassed every home and searched every abandoned building in the area where the two were last seen a week ago.last_img

Casablancas Crime Rate is Dropping Police Commissioner

Rabat – Crime in Casablanca has fallen sharply in recent years, according to Abdellatif Mouaddib, the police commissioner of the Grand Casablanca region.Speaking during the ceremony commemorating the 59th anniversary of the establishment of the Moroccan National Security, Mouaddib said that all of the main categories of crime have fallen, with robbery cases down from 24,651 in 2012 to 21,884 in 2013 and 20,606 cases in 2014.Abdellatif Mouaddib added that the robbery rate also continued to fall in 2015 with 17,786 robbery cases recorded from May 1st 2014 to May 1st 2015. There was a 29.2 per cent reduction of premeditated crimes. Carjacking fell by 38 per cent between May 1st 2014 and May 1st 2015.He also said about 124,191 students from 894 public and private schools took part in campaigns in crime, drugs and road accidents prevention organized by the General Directorate for National Security (GDNS)Traffic law infringements reached a total value of MAD135, 781,600 between May 1st 2014 and May 1st 2015. read more

Head of UN war crimes tribunal to visit Bosnia and Herzegovina

During his three-day visit, President Fausto Pocar of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), which sits in The Hague, will hold talks with authorities, members of the judiciary and victims’ associations. Mr. Pocar will also visit the prison in the town of Foca, in the country’s south-east. The Tribunal is extremely concerned that Radovan Stanković, who escaped from the prison in May 2007, is still at large. He had been sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment for rape and other crimes against humanity committed in Foca after Bosnia and Herzegovina referred his case to the ICTY. Meanwhile in New York, the Security Council is meeting today on the challenges the country faces in consolidating peace, progress and stability. 19 May 2008The head of the United Nations tribunal set up to deal with the worst war crimes committed during the Balkan conflicts of the 1990s will arrive in Bosnia and Herzegovina today to discuss the country’s participation with the court. read more

In spite of economic insecurity global tourism posts stable growth – UN

Notwithstanding global economic uncertainties, international tourism grew 5 per cent during the first four months of this year, compared to the same period in 2007, the United Nations World Tourism Organization (WTO) announced today.While prospects for global tourism remain positive, the agency expects demand to continue growing, albeit at a slower pace due to the declining global economic forecast for the rest of 2008.Fluctuation in tourism demand will be contingent on “how the economy evolves and consumers react, both of which are directly interrelated to oil and food prices,” said UNWTO Secretary-General Francesco Frangialli.The northern hemisphere’s summer season, traditionally the busiest period of the year, will be followed closely.All of the world’s subregions posted growth between January and April 2008, with the Middle East, North-East and South Asia and Central and South America seeing the strongest results.In the same period, countries such as China, Japan, Indonesia, Cuba, Jamaica, Sweden, Bulgaria, Israel, Turkey, Egypt and Morocco witnessed double-digit growth rates. 3 July 2008Notwithstanding global economic uncertainties, international tourism grew 5 per cent during the first four months of this year, compared to the same period in 2007, the United Nations World Tourism Organization (WTO) announced today. read more

Israeli occupation must end in order to achieve Mideast peace Jordans King

The King of Jordan today issued an urgent appeal to leaders gathered at the United Nations for attention to Israel’s occupation of Palestine, which he said is fundamental to achieving peace across the Middle East.“Never has it been more important for the world community to act decisively for peace in my region,” King Abdullah II Bin Al Hussein told the General Assembly’s general debate.“The region’s contemporary crises are outgrowths of a central grievance felt throughout the Middle East and indeed the world. That grievance, plain and simply, is Israeli occupation and the denial, over decades, of Palestinian rights,” he said, warning that “Until we end that wrong, conflict will breed more conflict, year after year.”He called for immediate efforts to help with reconstruction in Lebanon, but stressed at the same time that solving the core of the Arab-Israeli conflict requires the restoration of internationally recognized Palestinian rights.King Abdullah recalled the 2002 proposal put forward by the League of Arab States which would guarantee Israel’s security and end the occupation of Palestine, resulting in “a viable, independent Palestinian state, living side-by-side with a pure Israel.”Peace requires concerted action by all parties, he said. “Events show clearly that there can be no unilateral solution to the conflict. There must be a genuine partnership among all parties, in the context of international legality and justice.” read more

Syria head of panel for joint UN body says chemical weapons probing

After briefing a closed-door session of the Security Council at UN Headquarters in New York this morning on the first report of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW)-UN Joint Investigative Mechanism on Chemical Weapon Use in Syria, the head of the Mechanism’s leadership panel, Virginia Gamba, told reporters that the goal is to finalize the list of potential cases by the first week in March so that the investigation of the cases deemed as possibly leading to the identification of perpetrators can begin. “I want to assure the individuals, groups, entities or governments that minimally are thinking in that direction, or have thought in that direction, that these acts will be identified and that they will be held accountable for their actions,” Ms. Gamba stressed. Reaffirming the panel’s view that the use of toxic substances or weapons under any circumstances is “totally abhorrent,” Ms. Gamba said that the Mechanism’s report provides an overview of the investigation, the methodology behind its activities, and some information about the way forward. According to the report, which covers the period from 24 September 2015 to 10 February 2016, the panel initially identified six potential cases for further investigation, while a seventh case was added during the briefing to the Security Council this morning, Ms. Gamba said. Thus far, the identified potential cases include: Kafr Zita, Hama Governorate, 11 and 18 April 2014; Talmenes, Idlib Governorate, 21 April 2014; Qmenas, Idlib Governorate, 16 March 2015; Sarmin, Idlib Governorate, 16 March 2015; Marea, Aleppo Governorate, 21 August 2015; Binnish, Idlib Governorate, 23 March 2015; and Al Tamanah, Idlib Governorate, 29 – 30 April 2014 and 25 – 26 May 2014. As part of its initial phase of work, the Mechanism reviewed the incidents where the OPCW Fact-Finding Missions (FFM) determined that chemicals were used or likely used as weapons in Syria. The Mechanism also examined additional information and evidence as obtained from Syria or other Member States, as well as from civil society and regional organizations, and from open sources. Under the leadership panel’s next phase of work, Ms. Gamba said that the investigative team will be divided into two groups and will work in parallel. The team will report to the Security Council every two months, keeping in mind the end of the Mechanism’s mandate in September 2016. Responding to a question regarding the panel’s relationship with parties in Syria, Ms. Gamba said the panel had been in Damascus in December, and is “getting good cooperation” from parties in Syria. “We are in constant exchange of information, not just with the Syrian Arab Republic, but also with about 20 or so Member States, both from the region and internationally, that cooperate with our investigation,” she said. Ms. Gamba also stressed that once the in-depth investigations on the potential cases commence, the panel “will not be able to comment on the level or stage of the investigation or actions in that respect.” However, she noted that activities will include information exchange, information collection, and, if possible, travels to the field to undertake field visits and also interviews. In an earlier interview with UN Radio, in which she was asked what led to the panel’s findings, Ms. Gamba said two types of information were used to determine the cases with the greatest potential for identification purposes. “We examined all the information available at the OPCW, but also we looked at information we obtained related to our mandate. We got the information from the Syrian Arab Republic and other Member States of the United Nations, as well as from civil society, regional organizations and open sources,” she said. Asked whether there was any evidence that chemical weapons are still being used by the warring parties in Syria, Ms. Gamba said: “Clearly they are still being used by the warring parties in Syria. This has been a constant for the last two years. This is the reason OPCW has been sending Fact-Finding Missions. Their objective is to confirm that the use of these substances is happening as a tool of war or terror.” In response to a question as to why chemical weapons are so abhorrent in the Syrian context, Ms. Gamba emphasized that such weapons are “abhorrent in any context,” primarily because the majority of countries in the world have signed the Chemical Weapons Convention, which specifies that “any use of any substances as chemical weapons is as bad as using chemical weapons.” “But more importantly, it is an indiscriminate effect on people, in the use of these weapons, because of the way it disperses once it impacts,” Ms. Gamba stressed, adding that the toxic substances usually come from chloride or fertilizers, or medical drugs that were created for development purposes and the benefit of mankind. “That anybody in these circumstances minimally thinks about changing these uses of these substances for or as a tactical military weapon or as a weapon of terror, is totally abhorrent. It really undermines the principles for which these substances have been developed in the first place,” she concluded. The Joint Investigative Mechanism was established by the Security Council in August 2015 under resolution 2235. The Mechanism’s mandate is for one year, and its extension will be decided by the Council based on the status of its findings when the current mandate expires. read more

Modular Mining Systems launches the MineCare 3 maintenance management solution

first_imgModular Mining Systems, a global leader in real-time mine management solutions for surface and underground mining operations, has released its third generation Maintenance Management solution – MineCare® 3. First introduced in 2003, the MineCare solution provides the information and tools needed to monitor the health of equipment fleets in real time, allowing mines to proactively reduce component degradation and prevent catastrophic failures. The MineCare 3 solution builds upon this field-proven foundation with new features, benefits, and capabilities to help mines increase and maintain operational continuity. Some of the system’s many new features include:•        Cloud-based deployment for simplified installation, upgrades, and management•        Geographic map view for heightened mine visibility in real time•        Advanced, intelligent data collection, monitoring, and analytics capabilities•        Real-time visual equipment health tracking•        Component-level problem detection and alarms•        Multi-equipment trending to predict potential failures and assist in proactive planning•        Streamlined, user-configurable dashboards for at-a-glance information.The advanced cloud computing, data monitoring, and analytics capabilities help resolve equipment issues quickly by predicting specific failure modes before they occur and enabling a condition-based maintenance approach. Users can specify continuous or conditional data-monitoring options via dynamic, user-configurable dashboards, in support of specific maintenance management goals, and then perform predictive trending for early detection of abnormal behaviour, rates of change, and parameters outside of normal operating ranges. These capabilities also minimise interruption to daily workflows and deploy application updates to multiple devices simultaneously.The introduction of a cloud-based, Software as a Service (SaaS) subscription configuration, eliminates costly IT infrastructure investments, improves data storage efficiency, and simplifies installation, upgrades, and management. SaaS provides customers with the best total cost of ownership, requiring no capital expenditure investments and limited network communication requirements. Furthermore, its high scalability allows mines to efficiently and cost-effectively monitor and manage a single machine, or thousands of units across an entire enterprise, from one centralized location.“It’s an ideal solution for any size organisation,” says Michael Lewis, Vice President, Product Innovation at Modular. “Small mines to entire corporations can manage the health of all of their assets from anywhere in the world.” Since the MineCare 3 solution eliminates the need for costly onsite server infrastructure, it provides additional benefits for small mines and quarries. Contractors will also find this infrastructure elimination highly beneficial for the solution’s mobility, and the subscription-based aspect enables the system to be turned on and off and moved between sites with ease.As with Modular’s other recent products, the MineCare 3 solution can deploy as a standalone application or it can integrate with Modular’s DISPATCH® Fleet Management system (FMS) to provide even more value.last_img read more

Aussie Pumps wins innovative product design award for hydrostatic test rig

first_imgAussie Pumps has won a prestigious award for innovative product design for its big 150 lpm hydrostatic test rig. “With stiff competition from Liebherr, Hitachi & Komatsu in this category, Australian Pump Industry were delighted and surprised to win the prestigious award.” The machine was selected by a panel representing the Earthmovers & Civil Contractor Award.Australian Pump is the country’s biggest manufacturer of hydrostatic testers building a complete range of machines from 20 bar to 500 bar and with flows up to 150 litres per minute. The machines are all fitted with a double valve, double gauge, system that enables them to operate safely in hydrostatic test applications for water and gas pipelines. For lower pressure applications the company uses Udor diaphragm pumps. These simple positive displacement pumps provide reliable pressure and flow combinations ideal for hydrostatic test applications. “The Aussie Kappa 150, the winning machine, delivers a whopping 150 litres a minute flow with the pump having the characteristics that make it capable of handling up to 50 bar pressure.”The machines all offer integrated control systems with inline strainers as standard. The Kappa 150 is engine drive configuration with the pumps driven through a reduction gear box to prevent the possibility of over speeding. It comes mounted in a heavy duty galvanised steel frame with four heavy duty wheels. A Mine Boss version, designed specifically for Australia’s mining and oil and gas industries comes with a heavy duty 38 mm galvanised frame fitted with balanced lifting bar.  Emergency stop, lockable battery isolation, a dry cell battery and an integrated fire extinguisher are part of the kit. Bunded trays are optional. Diesel drive versions are also available with a Hatz air cooled engine delivering loads of power.“We are so pleased to have been selected as the winner of this important category in the annual Earthmover Awards’ said Aussie Chief Engineer John Hale.  ‘We design machines with the operator’s safety and convenience uppermost.  It’s nice is to see an Australian manufacturer win,” he said. “We believe that form does follow function.  In the case of high pressure machines our functional innovation charter heavily emphasises the safety aspects of the machine,” said Hales.last_img read more

Schools cannot be run on current level of funding

first_imgIRISH SCHOOLS CANNOT be run at their current level of funding, a teachers’ union has said.The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) made the comment after it emerged that eight of Ireland’s most affluent schools received €50,000 each on average in additional State funding in 2012.The data was given to RTÉ by the Revenue Commissioners. This evening, INTO said that the day to day running costs of primary schools far exceed state funding.It alleges that the under-funding “is being covered up, topped up and made good mainly by principal teachers who spend more and more time fundraising”.Sheila Nunan, general secretary of the INTO, said:Government funding to schools does not cover basic running costs such as heating, light and electricity, cleaning, insurance, office expenses and classroom equipment. It is less than a euro per pupil per school day. Schools cannot be run on this level of funding.Without local funding through voluntary contributions by parents and fundraising activities, schools would be seriously in the red, the union said.Ms Nunan said what was effectively happening was that parents were paying a “local education” tax. “This is completely unacceptable,” she said. “School running costs should be fully met by the Department of Education. Government is underfunding schools and relying on parents to make up the shortfall.”Deputy Jonathan O’Brien said that this funding was “further benefiting schools where parents could afford to contribute”.The Sinn Féin Education Spokesperson said that this type of scheme is “fundamentally inequitable”.“I can understand from the schools’ perspective that they are desperate to fundraise, but the manner in which the State oversees education funding results in a tiered education system,” he said, adding that he believes that ideally, the payment of voluntary contributions should be scrapped altogether.Read: Education Minister refuses to rule out video cameras in classrooms>last_img read more

Star Wars The Old Republic prelaunch The prologue is epic

first_imgFor those of you still waiting to get into Star Wars: The Old Republic, your anticipation is well founded. Since my first report on the start of my “saga”, I have been able to get through the prologue, reach level 10, and was rewarded with my very first lightsaber.The journey getting to that point was incredibly entertaining and really shows how much work BioWare put into the title. Along the way I experienced a character death for the first time, picked up a companion, and fought one of the mini-bosses in the crystal cavern. One major conclusion I’ve some to so far is that the idea of SWTOR being your personal story is well-founded.One of the things that drives me insane about other MMOs (and eventually causes me to quit) is how they handle character death. Having to run to a corpse and pick up items or return to a cloning center that is a thirty minute walk away is not fun to me. So when I finally died for the first time in SWTOR I was apprehensive, then pleasantly surprised when I was given the option to wait a period of time and have a medical droid revive me on the spot, or to wait less and return to the med center to be healed.When you call a med probe, you are revived and then cloaked so you can escape an area that might be above your ability level. Again, this mechanic shows that the developers have really thought out the game experience.The only penalties I could see was that I lost all buff and stim effects, and the enemy I was fighting at the time of death returned to full health.As a Jedi Consular, my prologue was geared towards leveling me up to 10 and give me a lightsaber. Without going too much into detail as to not spoil it for anyone, I was given a series of plot events that walked me through this process. While they were linear in nature for the main storyline, there were plenty of side quests to give variety.Honestly, this feels like a completely different MMO than I have ever played. With the story element you feel there is actual purpose to the quests given. Rather than just going and killing 15 droids, you are sent to retrieve ancient artifacts where along the way you can activate bonus objectives that are closer in nature to the typical grind you may be used to.Pictured above, with my newly acquired lightsaber, is my first companion. The mechanics involved in having this ally is simply awesome — I can order him to attack, withdraw, heal, and even dismiss him entirely with one click of a button. If facing many enemies, I can send him against a different target evening the odds quickly. The companions in the game are fully equipable just like in Knights of the Old Republic. Companions add a whole layer of strategy to gameplay.Oh, and for those that might be wondering why my lightsaber is yellow-black, it’s thanks to the color change stone from the digital deluxe edition pre-order. The original color I had was purple, but the color change stone does boost the stats of my attack, so there was a benefit to modding my saber with it.By the time I started writing this, I found my prologue wrapping up there was another plot cinematic. My character was promoted to a full Jedi and… let’s just say some other stuff happened. This all served to tie the end of my prologue with the beginning of my real saga. The next stop: the Republic Fleet and Coruscant!Stay tuned as we continue to report on the SWTOR pre-launch time period.last_img read more

Francfort le zoo présente au public son nouveau bébé okapi

first_imgFrancfort : le zoo présente au public son nouveau bébé okapiLe zoo allemand de Francfort, un des jardins zoologiques les plus connus dans le monde, compte depuis février un nouveau résident : un petit okapi. Trois mois après sa naissance, celui-ci a fait sa première apparition publique vendredi dernier.Le petit okapi du zoo de Francfort est né le 14 février 2011. A sa naissance, ce bébé mâle baptisé Maiko pesait pas moins de 19 kilogrammes et mesurait déjà 50 centimètres. Trois mois plus tard, celui-ci a pu faire à sa première apparition publique. Les visiteurs ont ainsi pu le voir gambader fièrement du haut de ses 150 centimètres. “Depuis tôt ce matin, nous nous entraînons avec lui afin de l’habituer à l’enclos extérieur”, précise Manfred Niekisch, directeur de la structure, au journal Frankfurt.À lire aussiCes 18 animaux méconnus à l’aspect étonnant pourraient disparaître avant vousPour le zoo de Francfort, la naissance d’un okapi est toujours exceptionnelle. Le parc zoologique, mondialement connu pour son élevage regroupe actuellement quatre individus dont le père et la mère de Maiko. “A Francfort, nous sommes champions du monde dans l’élevage. 20 bébés sont nés ici depuis 1954”, précise M. Niekisch. Une tâche d’autant plus compliquée que ces animaux déjà rares (163 seulement vivent en captivité) sont extrêmement sélectifs dans le choix de leur partenaire. De récentes estimations élèvent la population d’okapis en liberté de 10.000 à 35.000 individus. Un nombre qui tend à la baisse en raison du braconnage et de la diminution de leur habitat situé au sein d’une réserve naturelle en République démocratique du Congo. Les okapis sont des mammifères ruminant appartenant à la même famille que les girafes. L’espèce a été officiellement décrite en 1901 par un explorateur britannique Harry Johnston. Leur période de reproduction a généralement lieu de mai à juillet. A cette période la femelle sécrète des substances odorantes pour guider les mâles jusqu’à elle à travers la forêt dense. La période gestation dure environ 15 mois. Après l’accouchement, le petit reste caché dans un bosquet à l’abri des prédateurs pendant près de deux mois. A l’issu de cette période, il s’aventure hors de son repaire et suit sa mère jusqu’à ses 6 à 10 mois.Découvrez en vidéo la première sortie du petit okapi en cliquant ci-dessous :  Le 24 mai 2011 à 16:21 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Big E and Kaitlyn look back at SummerSlam 2013 Seth Rollins promoting

first_imgFacebook WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins discovers his siblings through a 23andMe DNA test Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORcenter_img WWE has uploaded a new “Playback” video featuring Big E and Kaitlyn (Celeste Bonin) looking back at a tag team match from SummerSlam in 2013.The match features Kaitlyn tagging with Dolph Ziggler against Big E and AJ Lee.Seth Rollins promoting WWE in ChinaSeth Rollins is currently overseas promoting WWE in China. Twitter WWE Clash of Champions Results – 9/15/19 (Rollins vs. Strowman, Kingston vs. Orton) Updated RAW Preview: Clash of Champions contract signing, new Firefly Funhouse segmentlast_img read more

Nonprofit Home Depot team up for debris cleanup in Homestead

first_imgHOMESTEAD, FLA. (WSVN) – A national nonprofit and a well-known home improvement retailer joined forces to clean up a South Florida city after Hurricane Irma.Volunteers from Rebuilding Together and Home Depot associates teamed up to pick up debris and clear downed trees, Saturday. Humbled by the community’s support today! Thx 2 everyone involved! Big shout out 2 @TeamDepot 4 donating 5k 2 support rebuilding post #Irma!— Rebuilding Together (@rebuild_miami) September 16, 2017More than 70 people showed up to help out homeowners affected by the hurricane. Organizers said the project was a big success.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

One Tool for Managing All Your Business Schedules

first_img 3 min read Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. March 14, 2012 This story appears in the March 2012 issue of . Subscribe » Register Now » Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global The phone calls were driving Ray Chang crazy. His seven-employee company, Motorsport Lab, was hours into its first Groupon deal–a one-hour supercar driving session priced at $89, a whopping 82 percent discount–and the number of calls flooding the Boston office was out of control.”It was mayhem,” recalls Chang, whose company sells driving experiences in exotic cars such as Ferraris and Lamborghinis to New England- and Arizona-area marketing campaigns and events. “We were keeping track of all our appointments in Google Docs. When we sold 1,500 Groupons that first day, I thought, How are we going to make this work?”The answer came from a massage. Chang had booked one several weeks earlier using Genbook, a new cloud-based service that lets small businesses automate their client appointments. Merchants integrate Genbook’s BookNow button into their website, Facebook page or blog; the button links to a customized, real-time reservations page that features the business’s logo, contact information, consumer reviews and related information.With 48 hours remaining on his Groupon offer, Chang migrated the scheduling chores to Genbook. “The phone calls stopped, because 99 percent of the people could figure out everything they needed to know online,” he says. “It revolutionized everything we do. We don’t have to take credit card numbers and answer the same questions over the phone anymore, and customers can book anytime they want.”Motorsport Lab is just one of more than 5,000 North American small businesses implementing the online booking service. “Scheduling is the most critical task a business does day in and day out,” says Genbook founder and CEO Rody Moore, who started the San Francisco-based company in 2007. “Ten years ago, consumers felt put out if they had to book a flight or a restaurant reservation online. Now customers expect an online option.”In its startup incarnation, Genbook offered its platform to digital advertisers to help them manage media schedules across hundreds of websites. But in 2008 the company pivoted to its current, monthly subscription service and expanded its customer base. Chiropractors, massage therapists and other one-person operations made up the bulk of Genbook’s early adopters, but a growing number of larger businesses, such as spas, have since joined the platform. And their customers have embraced the service, too: An average of 500,000 appointments are being scheduled every month.”Scheduling is the most critical task a business does day in and day out.” –Rody Moore, GenbookThe booking service offers packages that cater to outfits of all sizes. Genbook Solo schedules one person’s clients for $19.95 per month; Genbook Standard manages an unlimited number of calendars for $39.95 per month. This year, the company–which has been bankrolled by $5.6 million from Neo Technology Ventures and Moore himself–launched an analytics dashboard to help merchants leverage “the massive amount of data generated through the act of making an appointment or reservation,” Moore says, adding that key metrics include customer preferences among services offered, sales trends and individual employee performance.Back at Motorsport Lab, Genbook has allowed Chang to fully automate the company’s scheduling and, as a result, shed staff and save $50,000 per year.”Genbook makes it so much easier to communicate accurate and up-to-date information about our business to people,” Chang says. “We still get a few calls with questions we can’t answer online, but Genbook handles just about everything else. To me, it’s a no-brainer.” last_img read more

Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires

first_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories Given Tyrann Mathieu’s past, there was really no way his future would not be scrutinized. The Arizona Cardinals’ third round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, Mathieu was dismissed from LSU prior to last season because of multiple drug-related issues. Since then, the 21-year-old has worked to get back on the field and stay clean.The Cardinals took a chance by drafting him, and now it’s up to Mathieu to show he has indeed turned his life around. And if he hasn’t, it won’t be a secret. Sounds like everyone is on the same page, and that’s a good thing. The Cardinals took a chance on Mathieu because of his undeniable talent, but the reason he fell to the third round is because of his undeniable past. And the hope, for all parties involved, is that a bright future awaits. – / 33 According to’s Ian Rapoport, Mathieu has entered into the NFL’s drug-testing program and could be subject to up to 10 tests per month.Mathieu has welcomed all additional drug testing, agreeing to be tested once per week upon being drafted by the Cardinals. Because he’s in the league’s program, he’ll have no choice.Mathieu’s agent, Pat Lawlor, told Rapoport that “both sides understood the issues we were dealing with.” 0 Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

Thursday Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Pal

first_imgThursday, Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer made some news when he said he had restructured his contract with the team. Later, it was learned that while he had agreed to do so, nothing had officially been done.The veteran admitted to being a little confused by it all in an interview with Doug and Wolf on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM Friday morning, saying he thought it was officially done but instead the re-done deal was just something everyone was waiting on. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Comments   Share   Palmer’s cap number was lowered to $7.375 million, giving #AZCardinals about $21.1 million in cap space as of Fri p.m., per @ESPNStatsInfo.— Josh Weinfuss (@joshweinfuss) March 7, 2015center_img Top Stories Palmer is the second known Cardinal to restructure his deal this offseason, joining receiver Larry Fitzgerald. The goal has been to give the team as much salary cap space as possible with which to pursue free agents.The NFL’s free agency period officially starts Saturday, as teams will be allowed to begin chatting. Unrestricted free agents will be permitted to sign with new teams starting Tuesday. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Well, it looks like the contract has finally, officially, been restructured.#AZCardinals QB Carson Palmer restructured his contract by converting $9.5 million roster bonus to signing bonus, per @ESPNStatsInfo.— Josh Weinfuss (@joshweinfuss) March 7, 2015last_img read more

Go back to the enewsletter Dinner by Heston Blu

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletter >Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, the chef’s award winning London restaurant, will open a second establishment in Melbourne 20 October 2015. The opening will mark Heston’s first permanent restaurant outside the UK.Located on the third floor of Crown Towers Hotel, the 120-cover restaurant overlooks the city across the Yarra River. The menu offers contemporary dishes inspired by historic British gastronomy dating back to the 1300s.Blumenthal’s fascination with history and gastronomy was triggered back in the late ’90s after reading a 15th-century manuscript known as The Vivendier. The book spoke of a dining experience full of playfulness and theatre, as well as intriguing ingredients and recipes. What started as an exercise in curiosity triggered almost 20 years of research and discovery, with historically inspired dishes appearing on the menus of both The Fat Duck restaurant and Hinds Head pub.When the opportunity arose to open a restaurant in London the idea of ‘Dinner’ began to emerge and in January 2011 Dinner by Heston Blumenthal opened its doors. Alongside Ashley Palmer-Watts, the two chefs created a menu inspired by the tastes and flavours of Britain, from the farmers’ table to the royal courts, offering a contemporary gastronomic insight from Medieval c.1300 to Victorian c.1800. The Restaurant achieved great recognition including 2 Michelin stars.The Melbourne reincarnation will serve dinner 7 days a week and lunch on Fridays and Saturdays. The history and modernity combines in the open kitchen, where the past meets high-tech and guests can watch the chef brigade prepare, using the latest kitchen technology alongside historic pulley-operated spit roasts.Located inside the kitchen, the chef’s table allows up to 6 guests to interact direct with the team, while enjoying an exclusive tasting menu served by the head chef. The private room, which offers dining for up to 10 guests, enjoys clear views of the kitchen, the Yarra River and Melbourne’s CBD.In the creation of the Dinner by Heston menu the chefs worked with food historian Ivan Day, the kitchens of King Henry VIII at Hampton Court Palace and drew reference from the historic collection of literature at the British Library. However, the menu at Dinner by Heston in Melbourne uses these dishes as a framework to celebrate Australian ingredients and introduces historic Australian dishes too, like the The Lamington Cake (c.1900).The bar, exclusively for guests of the restaurant, also marries ancient and modern. In collaboration with Barman Tony Conigliaro, a collection of cocktails has been created, each with a unique historic reference and representing the history between Britain and Australia.Guests enter the restaurant through a 20m dark wood corridor that has its own aroma based on the notes of damp moss, wood smoke and leather. The chef’s table is surrounded by an original illustration by English artist Dave McKean, while the room will display historic inspired sculptures commissioned by Australian artist David Bromley.Reservations for the restaurant open on-line on Tuesday 20 October.Go back to the e-newsletter >last_img read more

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