15 Best Subscription Boxes for Men Who Love Gifts 8 Great and Useful Housewarming Gifts Ideas The holiday season (and hopefully the spirit that comes with it) are entering full-swing mode in which we all frantically empty our wallets in solidarity and appreciation of those we love.Related: Weekend Warrior Gift Guide But who are we kidding, this is an expensive time of year. And while it’s fun shelling out cash for those we love… well, that’s just it… it’s not fun. It’s exhausting.That’s why we put together this handy here list, the kind of gifts you want to purchase for prices that won’t accelerate your drinking habit.Everything on the list is under $100, keeping your budget manageable without compromising your gift-giving prowess.Already done your holiday shopping? Then add these to your holiday wish list.Classic Squall Jacket, Lands’ End, $89Merino Leggings, Isaora, $85Corduroy OG sk8-hi Sneaker, Steven Alan, $63The “Roger” Oyster Shucker, Ball and Buck, $42Micro Turtles Printed Boxer Shorts, Vilebrequin, $85Apollo Rain Boots, Native Shoes, $80Leather Card Case, Michael Kors, $58Cedar Shine Kit, Florsheim, $55Polaroid SX-70 Camera – Hardbody, The Impossible Project, $72S Series Watch, G-Shock, $99Gus Sweater, Burton, $79.95Printed Sock, Original Penguin, $15 1. Classic Squall Jacket, Lands’ End 2. Merino Leggings, Isaora 3. Corduroy OG sk8-hi Sneaker, Steven Alan 4. The “Roger” Oyster Shucker, Ball and Buck 5. Micro Turtles Printed Boxer Shorts, Vilebrequin 6. Appolo Rain Boots, Native Shoes 7. Leather Card Case, Michael Kors 8. Cedar Shine Kit, Florsheim 9. Polaroid SX-70 Camera – Hardbody 10. S Series Watch, G-Shock 11. Gus Sweater, Burton 12. Printed Sock, Original Penguin Best Labor Day Sales on Men’s Clothes, Shoes, Accessories, and More 14 Scandinavian Clothing Brands You Need to Know Editors’ Recommendations We Found the Best Merino Wool Socks After One Year of Testing
zoom Japanese shipping company Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK LINE) has through its subsidiary Rosewood Shipping PTE signed a loan agreement worth USD 190 million to finance the company’s LNG tanker business focusing on transporting LNG produced by the U.S.-based Cameron LNG project.The loan has been signed with the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) for USD 133 million and the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi for USD 57 million.“This loan will contribute to securing for Japan a long-term and stable supply of LNG that has become increasingly important in recent years as fuel for power generation, while utilizing the Japanese shipping companies’ wide experience in the area of LNG shipping business,” JBIC said.Cameron LNG is a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal near the Gulf of Mexico, jointly owned by Sempra LNG & Midstream, ENGIE (formerly GDF SUEZ), Mitsui and Japan LNG Investment, LLC, a company jointly owned by Mitsubishi Corporation and NYK. The LNG receipt terminal which started commercial operations in 2009 has two marine berths capable of accommodating Q-Flex sized LNG ships, three LNG storage tanks of 480,000 cubic meters, and vaporization capability for regasification services of 1.5 Bcf per day.In 2014, Cameron LNG began construction on new facilities to liquefy natural gas and export to the world market. World Maritime News Staff
EDMONTON – Natural Resources Canada is forecasting an average wildfire season for much of the country this year.Researchers say dry conditions and low precipitation in areas of Alberta, British Columbia, southern Yukon and the Northwest Territories may cause a gradual increase in fire threat in the coming weeks.The danger for these areas — which include forests, shrubs and grasslands — is expected to peak in June and taper off later in the summer.The 10-year average for a season is about 6,000 fires and a burn area of about 25,000 square kilometres.The Canadian Forest Service warns there have been significant fires in the past under average conditions.Scientist Kerry Anderson notes the Fort McMurray fire last year happened in what was forecasted to be a below-average season.“We may have a below-average fire season, but given enough spark things could still ignite,” he said Tuesday.The Fort McMurray fire burned about 5,900 square kilometres.The forecast for fires in forested areas of Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario next month is moderate. It is moderate to low in Quebec and the Atlantic provinces.
In May of 2018, Federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna,declared that a few Southern Mountain Caribou herds face “imminent threats to theirrecovery”. The Province of B.C. says they have committed to protect and restore caribou habitat.Both Peace River Regional District and residents have requested the program be halted until all the possible impacts have been analyzed. The Regional District was scheduled to have a meeting with the Province to discuss the issues surrounding the recovery program, on December 7, but that meeting was cancelled.The Roundtable is planned to take place in Prince George on January 25th, 2019, to coincide with the B.C. Natural Resource Forum. TAYLOR, B.C. – Taylor Mayor, Rob Fraser, announced at the Council meeting on Monday that he will attend the Mayors, Regional District Chairs and Chief Administrative Officers Roundtable.Mayor Fraser feels that it will be an important meeting to attend as the Caribou Recovery Program will be a large topic of interest.“The Caribou issue is probably the most significant one that we can talk about, generally, as all of Northern B.C. So I am planning on going to that.”
Darjeeling: Elections to a two-tier Panchayat and the Gorkhaland Territorial Administration (GTA) will be held by the end of this year.The announcement came from Binay Tamang, former chairman of the Board of Administrators, Gorkhaland Territorial Administration. “The state government is in the process of reviewing the GTA Act. As soon as the review process is over, elections to the GTA will be held. Following this, the delimitation process of the blocks will take place,” stated Tamang. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaAt present there are 8 blocks in the Hills. There has been a long-standing demand of bifurcating the blocks into 12 blocks for administrative ease. “With the completion of the delimitation process, election to the two tiers of Panchayat will be held in the Hills,” added Tamang. Incidentally, with the formation of the Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council in 1988, the three-tier Panchayat system prevalent throughout the country was replaced by a two-tier system in the Darjeeling Hills by amending the Indian Constitution in 1992. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayIn the Darjeeling Hills, the last Panchayat election was held in 2000, with the then GNLF party under Subash Ghising objecting to Panchayat elections in 2005, alleging that the Panchayat was diluting the powers of the Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council (DGHC). Since then, Panchayat elections have not been held in the Hills. Later, the DGHC was replaced by the GTA. The Gorkhaland Territorial Administration Act clearly talks of a three-tier Panchayat system in the GTA area.
12 July 2011The United Nations refugee agency said today it is scaling up its help to people fleeing recent fighting in north-western Pakistan. Some 84,000 people from eight villages in Kurram agency have fled the fighting between the Pakistan army and insurgents in the border area with Afghanistan, Adrian Edwards, the spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), told reporters in Geneva. UNHCR has provided initial assistance of 700 tents, 200 family kits of emergency supplies, and a portable warehouse to the more than 700 families that have sought refuge in a new camp set up by local authorities in the Durrani area in Sadda town of Lower Kurram, about 30 kilometres from the conflict zone. “In the coming days, we will deploy expert site planners and camp managers to New Durrani camp and work with local authorities and NGOs [non-governmental organizations] to provide hot meals, build kitchens, pitch tents and distribute firewood,” Mr. Edwards said. “We will also fund and provide technical support for a computer-based registration process for displaced people staying in and outside of the camps. Meanwhile, our staff will continue to provide tents and other relief supplies to displaced people in the camp.”In 2010, some 130,000 people fled Lower Kurram to take refuge in the districts of Peshawar, Kohat and Hangu in Khyber Pakhtunkwa province. Most are still unable to return due to simmering tensions in their home areas.In the past three years, more than four million people have been displaced in successive waves of conflict between government forces and militants in north-western Pakistan. While the vast majority has since returned home, some 400,000 people from South Waziristan, Orakzai, Kurram, Khyber, Mohmand and Bajaur tribal areas remain displaced. Most live among host communities in Dera Ismail Khan, Kohat, Peshawar, Tank and Hangu areas of Khyber Pakhtunkwa province, but around 57,000 people still live in four camps.
Kodikara was seen on television pushing a police officer who had attempted to prevent him from getting into a lift at the Presidential commission on serious fraud at the BMICH last week. Kodikara however pushed the police officer resulting in his cap falling on the ground, and got into the lift. (Colombo Gazette) The WPC member was following former President Mahinda Rajapaksa inside the commission office when a police officer attempted to stop him. United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA) Western Provincial Council (WPC) member Upali Kodikara was released on bail today.He was arrested on Monday for obstructing police duty. He was produced before a Magistrate and remanded till today.
Most actively traded companies on the TSX, TSX Venture Exchange markets AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the TSX Venture Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (12,695.14 down 54.76 points):Strateco Resources Inc. (TSX:RSC). Miner. Down 7.5 cents, or 62.50 per cent, at 4.5 cents on 9.43 million shares. The stock finished the day at its lowest level since 2001 after the Quebec government announced that it will impose a moratorium on uranium mining in the province, pending an independent study on the environmental impact of the industry. Strateco has spent more than $120 million at its Matoush uranium project in northern Quebec.BlackBerry (TSX:BB). Wireless technology. Up 26 cents, or 1.72 per cent, at $15.35 on 7.91 million shares. Last week, the former Research In Motion reported strong fourth-quarter profits, reversing a loss from the same period a year ago. BlackBerry said it expects to “approach break-even” results in the first quarter and will roll out a wide array of new smartphones this year.Orbite Aluminae Inc. (TSX:ORT). Mining technology. Down 18 cents, or 11.61 per cent, at $1.37 on 3.56 million shares. The metals and mining sector led 12 of the 13 subgroups in the red. The subgroup shed 1.68 per cent to 859.83 points on the main index.Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Transportation equipment. Down four cents, or 0.99 per cent, at $3.99 on 3.43 million shares.Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU). Oil and gas. Up 39 cents, or 1.28 per cent, at $30.83 on 2.72 million shares.Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. (TSX:CNQ). Oil and gas. Down 21 cents, or 0.64 per cent, at $32.36 on 2.55 million shares.Toronto Venture Exchange (1,089.56 down 9.44 points):Fire River Gold Corp. (TSXV:FAU). Mineral explorer. Down half a cent, or 14.29 per cent, at three cents on 2.4 million shares.HRT Partipacoes em Petroleo S.A. (TSXV:HRP). Oil and gas. Up 13 cents, or 14.61 per cent, at $1.02 on 2.27 million shares.Companies reporting major news:New Flyer Industries Inc. (TSX:NFI). Heavy-duty transit bus maker. Down 12 cents, or 1.15 per cent, at $10.30 on 31,983 shares. The Phoenix transit system has ordered 120 buses from New Flyer to be delivered next year. The Winnipeg-based company didn’t disclose the value of the order, which is for 40-foot buses that will use compressed natural gas as fuel.Pacific Rim Mining Corp. (TSX:PMU). Gold explorer. Up a penny, or 18.18 per cent, at 6.5 cents on 17,020 shares. The company’s U.S. subsidiary has filed a US$315-million damage claim against the Government of El Salvador. The claim by PacRim Cayman LLC is part of arbitration hearing over a failure by the government to issue necessary mining licences for the company’s El Dorado gold project. by The Canadian Press Posted Apr 1, 2013 5:23 pm MDT
TORONTO – HudBay Minerals Inc. (TSX:HBM) said late Tuesday that it has now received about 96 per cent of the shares of Augusta Resource Corp., and it will now buy up the rest at the offer price, closing out a hard-fought takeover battle.The two companies reached a friendly agreement last month after Toronto-based HudBay improved its all-equity bid — worth about $555 million at the time.Since then, HudBay shares have since risen in value to $11.45 at the close on Tuesday from $10.29 at the end of trading on June 20.HudBay’s final offer was 0.315 of a common share, worth about $3.61 at the close on July 28, plus 0.17 of a warrant to buy a HudBay common share. The warrants become valuable if HudBay’s stock rises above $15 within four years. HudBay closes offer for Augusta with 96 per cent of shares tendered AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Canadian Press Posted Jul 29, 2014 6:04 pm MDT
Ohio State sophomore Kyle Skinner (22) gets ready to spike the ball at the game against George Mason on Jan. 18. at St. John Arena in Columbus. Photo Credit: Ethan Clewell | Senior ReporterThe No. 11 Ohio State men’s volleyball team (2-3) came into Friday’s match against George Mason (4-1) needing a win, after falling to then-No. 5 BYU and then-No. 11 Stanford on the road.But with the fourth set tied at four, George Mason went on a 6-0 scoring run, aided by four Buckeye attack errors. The Patriots used that and a second 4-0 scoring run to crush the Buckeyes chances for a comeback, winning the set, 25-11, and the match, 3-1.The Buckeyes have suffered three straight losses, the first time since the 2013-14 season they have had this large of a streak. Sophomore outside hitter Kyle Skinner used his first start as a Buckeye to secure nine kills, two blocks and five digs. Skinner replaced junior outside hitter Reese Devilbiss, who is out with a concussion sustained during practice this week.Only redshirt sophomore opposite Jake Hanes tallied more kills than Skinner, finishing with 19, three blocks and a .389 hitting percentage.Ohio State struggled as a whole, committing 21 service errors and totalling a .257 hitting percentage.“I think, as a whole, our team just needs to find that connection, to play as a unit, as a team instead of playing as individuals,” Skinner said. “Once we do that we’ll be perfectly fine.”After committing three attack errors and breaking even with the Patriots at 10 in the second set, momentum shifted towards Ohio State when a George Mason attack error and a pair of kills by Skinner andHanes pushed the Buckeyes’ lead to 17-12. Ohio State never looked back, winning the set, 25-19.The Buckeyes were propelled to victory in the second set by their .429 hitting percentage and a dismal -.037 percentage put up by the Patriots, but Ohio State followed up in the third and fourth sets with meager percentages of their own with .219 and -.037, respectively.George Mason junior opposite hitter Hayden Wagner did everything he could to squash an Ohio State comeback in the third set, leading his team with eight kills and one ace.The Buckeyes entered set-point in the third down 24-19. A kill from sophomore outside hitter Martin Lallemand and ace by redshirt sophomore outside hitter Tyler Alter brought the Buckeyes within three but an attack error by Lallemand ended the set with a score of 25-21.Wagner finished the match with 17 kills and a .303 hitting percentage.Ohio State will stay at St. John Arena to take on Erskine at 7 p.m. Saturday.
An open letter was then signed by 58 students saying the professor was “a symptom of a much broader and deeper failure to live up to institutional aims regarding equality and diversity”.However chairwoman Judge Sarah Goodman ruled Prof Carpos-Young, 59, had not intended this to happen and that her words had been taken out of context.”They were ironic in tone, intended to convey the real world in which instrumentalists and singers would have to find work and build a career, and how to behave to get on in precarious world of sessional booking,” she said. Francesca Carpos with the singer Sir Tom Jones, posted on her Facebook pageCredit:Facebook A Royal Academy of Music teacher was wrongfully dismissed for referring to violinists as ‘gypos’, a tribunal ruled.Professor Francesca Carpos-Young, an internationally renowned bassoonist, was dismissed from her post last year after she circulated a note to 800 students on how to earn a “good reputation”.Within it she pointed out what the musicians might expect in the ‘real world’ by explaining terms students could expect to hear.Dr Carpos wrote: “Gypos (short for gypsies) = violinists specifically” while also explaining that string players are known as “pond life” who are expected to drink in “tea rooms” while the brass section is more likely found in the pub.However one student described the comments as “shameful stereotyping”. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. The Royal Academy of Music took action after students criticised her choice of langauge in an open letterCredit:SWNS While the Royal Academy criticised the professor for not ‘framing’ exactly what she meant, Judge Goodman added that “at most the claimant can be accused of foolishness in failing to anticipate how a superficial readership might wrench some of the terms out of context and manufacture a sense of outrage that was entirely disproportionate (on a plain reading of her notes and email) to the document’s plain intent”. Prof Carpos-Young told the central London tribunal she was raising awareness of inequality in her industry.The professor, who is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, said the notes were referencing findings she had made interviewing more than 100 musicians for her PhD over discrimination in their industry.In a written ruling employment Judge Goodman and colleagues upheld her claims for wrongful dismissal and victimisation.The possibility of Prof Carpos-Young resuming her old job will now be discussed at a remedy hearing when compensation will be agreed.Welcoming the ruling, Prof Carpos-Young said: “It was hugely painful for me to lose the job I loved, and to suffer such significant damage to my reputation as a musician and teacher in the circumstances that I did.”It has been an extremely difficult year for me and my family, but I am delighted by this outcome, and I am looking forward to moving on with my career.”
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedIndian police arrested main suspect in an alleged gang-rape and murder of a teenage girlMay 6, 2018In “latest news”India girl, 16, burnt alive after rapeMay 5, 2018In “World”Colwyn Harding’s file to soon return to DPP for more adviseApril 8, 2014In “Crime” (AFP) — Indian police Wednesday arrested an unlicensed doctor accused of infecting at least 46 people with HIV by re-using a syringe, the latest case to expose the paucity of healthcare in the country of 1.25 billion.Police in Uttar Pradesh tracked down Rajendra Yadav, who provided cheap door-to-door medical services to poor villagers, after a filing a criminal case against him over the spread of the infection in the northern state’s Unnao district.“He was arrested on a tip-off and is being questioned about his role in the case,” Unnao police chief Pushpanjali Devi told AFP.Yadav is facing initial criminal charges of impersonation and endangering human lives, the officer said.Medical instruments were recovered from his possession are being sent for forensic tests.India has only limited public healthcare services and that, combined with a lack of regulation, has allowed unlicensed doctors to thrive, particularly in rural areas.The latest case was exposed when government medical screenings uncovered a high concentration of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) cases in the district.“All these 46 cases are from specific localities within our district,” Unnao’s chief medical officer SP Choudhary told AFP.“This is when we decided to dig deeper. Some of the infected blamed the quack and his use of a single syringe.”But Choudhary said the high number of cases was unlikely to be down to Yadav alone.“We don’t think that the quack doctor alone could be a factor for these numbers,” he told AFP.“The area has a high migrant trucker population, and the prevalence of unprotected sex could be the likely reason.”India has 2.1 million people infected with HIV, according to the United Nations, although the rate of infection is falling.It has an estimated 840,000 doctors – one for every 1,674 people – far fewer than the one per 1,000 people recommended by the World Health Organization.Last week the government announced a national healthcare scheme for half a billion people, but did not give details of how much it would cost or how it would be funded.India spends a little over one per cent of GDP on public healthcare – one of the lowest proportions in the world – a sum the government is aiming to increase to 2.5 per cent by 2025.
The China Mining Congress and Expo 2011, which is co-hosted by China Ministry of Land & Resources and Tianjin Municipal Government, will be held November 6-8 in the Meijiang Convention Center, Tianjin, China. Last year, the event attracted more than 5,000 delegates from 60 countries and featured over 600 booths. As a significant change, 2011 sees the event exhibition area expanded to three connected halls, designed to give a clearer division of exhibitor types including: China Land & Resources Government Area; Mining Country Area; General Mining Area and CHINA MINING Equipment Show. The China Mining Equipment Show will be open to the public.The mining country exhibition area will be in the N5 main exhibition hall. There will be Canadian, Australian and other country pavilions. For the Canadian pavilion, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Québec, Newfoundland and NRCan have booked booths; and from Australia, Geoscience Australia has also booked a large space at a special construction area. Meanwhile, In the China Mining Equipment Show Atlas Copco, Sandvik, Boart Longyear and other world-leading mining equipment companies have all booked spaces. See the floor plan at http://www.chinamining.org/en/floor_plan.aspxIn sponsorship, CHINALCO, China Minmetals and ZRHL Group have all confirmed that they are upping their commitment to become Diamond sponsors. The Bank of China, Datong Coal, China Gold Corp and Zijin Mining will keep their platinum sponsor identity, while Eldorado will be the gold sponsor once again. To satisfy more than 6,000 delegates from 60 countries and regions worldwide, the event provides a large mineral exploration and mining trading platform, covering the whole value chain including geological survey, exploration development, mining rights trading, mining investment and financing, smelting and processing, mining techniques and equipment and mining services.
Anyone who has bought a copy of Black Ops for PS3 knows there are issues with the game. It’s so bad that the refund petition that was started last year had 8,800 signatures after just 5 weeks.The main issues with the game include:AdChoices广告lower resolutionframe rate issuesdisconnects for no reasongame soft and hard freezesonline laggenerally buggy softwareno split screen sign in for individual accountsDeveloper Treyarch has said it is focusing on the online freezing issues, party reliability, and an infinite loading screen issue. But that was nearly a month ago, and the problems are apparently still happening.What’s worrying for gamers awaiting a fix for the online problems is that Activision may never get them fixed. In fact, a support response from Activision suggests turning off the PS3 servers may be an option.Independent journalist Jason Koblovsky has been speaking with Activision support about the connection problems Black Ops has on Sony’s console. The response is worrying with the important section highlighted:Well I have nothing else to offer and I too follow forums and have many friends who play and enjoy the game for all of its features. As an avid gamer, I would also disagree with any legalities involving a single aspect of a game as online experience may change at any time. The publishers have the right to shut down the servers for their game at any time as well which based on the number of reported posts from users may be a viable solution over the free PSN. While there is no evidence to suggest Activision intend to do this, the fact it is mentioned by an Activision support representative means it must have been discussed.Jason viewed this as a threat to stop complaining, where as we think it’s Activision weighing up the options. If the next patch can’t fix the connection problems then turning off the servers to stop complaints may be the most viable option for them, not gamers.If multiplayer support was cut from the game there would probably be as much, if not more anger than there currently is about the bugs. A lot more than 8,800 gamers would want to return their PS3 copies at that point.Read more at Jason Koblovsky’s blog, via CVG
Lyra Is a Handheld Gaming System Powered by a Raspberry PiRaspberry Pi Used to Steal 500 MB of NASA Data Stay on target Raspberry Pi owners already know what the little computer that could is capable of, so it makes sense that there’s a reason to celebrate its birthday. The official Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced the exact date and additional details for the Raspberry Pi Birthday Weekend 2017 and its corresponding celebrations.Next year will mark the Raspberry Pi’s fifth birthday as well as Code Club’s, and there’s an official party that will begin on Saturday, March 4th in 2017. The Raspberry Pi Foundation has the deets on what you can expect to see there:“The celebration will be held at Cambridge Junction (a five-minute walk from Cambridge train station), on Saturday 4 March from 10:30 am to 6:30 pm, and on Sunday 5 March from 10:00 am to 5:30 pm. It will feature talks and workshops for which you can sign up, as well as drop-in sessions that allow you to get hands-on without the need to register, so there’s something for everyone. There will even be cupcakes and free goody bags for all partygoers! Tickets cost just £5 for over-16s, and under-16s go free.”So if you’re going to be in the area at the time, you might want to think about visiting, especially since there will be opportunities to test out Code Club projects, get involved with Raspberry Pi, and check out the rest of the cool stuff on offer. If you’ve never played around with one before, you should definitely make it a priority. There’s a plethora of amazing projects you can put together with relatively little money and few resources and still be able to wow your audiences, even with a pretty low understanding of technology. That means if you have kids or even friends or family members looking to mess about with them, they should be able to with little muss or fuss. Probably.
WhatsApp Two matches advertised for Monday Night RAW, the night after WWE SummerSlam Sasha Banks Gets Cagey When Asked About Feud With Alexa Bliss Pinterest Now Playing Up Next Sasha Banks Videos Articles Facebook Alexa Bliss Now Playing Up Next The following is scheduled for tonight’s 3/23 WWE NXT on the WWE Network:* Asuka vs. Emma* NXT Champion Finn Balor vs. Rich Swann* Alexa Bliss vs. Sarah Dobson* Elias Samson vs. Johnny Gargano* Bull Dempsey vs. Danny BirchCheck back later this week for a recap of NXT on Wrestleview.com. Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipSasha Banks Gets Cagey When Asked About Feud With Alexa BlissVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:27/Current Time 0:01Loaded: 43.70%0:02Remaining Time -0:26 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles Twitter Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles Now Playing Up Next Impact Wrestling announces the signing of former WWE and ROH star Alexa Bliss Officially Not Wrestling At Evolution Alexa Bliss Reportedly Injured Alexa Bliss Injury Update Xavier Woods Jason Namako RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Alexa Bliss Will Be In The Royal Rumble Former WWE star Tenille Dashwood is now a free agent per new announcement
Claudio Ranieri pin-pointed Fulham’s lack of experience for their loss to Tottenham Hotspur in Sunday’s clash at Craven Cottage.Fulham were closing in on a point in the bid for survival after Fernando Llorente’s own goal was cancelled out by Dele Alli.But Ranieri’s men showed a poor knowledge in game management when they failed to run down the clock, allowing Harry Winks to power in the header to give Spurs all three points in the dying seconds.“It was a good match,” Ranieri told Sky Sports. “The first half was fantastic for us. We scored, maybe there was a penalty too after our goal.Official: AS Roma appoint Paulo Fonseca Taimoor Khan – June 11, 2019 AS Roma have announced the appointment of Paulo Fonseca as the club’s new manager after Claudio Ranieri’s interim sojourn comes to an end.Roma have…“The second half they tried to do their best but the two goals, we lack experience.“With one minute at the end we have a free-kick and put it in the box, why? Take it to the corner.”The crushing late defeat leaves Fulham seven points from safety at the bottom of the Premier League
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Bahamas Marine Forecast – 10th August 2015 Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTHIS IS THE FORECAST FOR THE BAHAMAS FOR TODAY AND TONIGHT WEDNESDAY 04TH FEBRUARY 2015GENERAL SITUATION: A WEAK RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE CONTINUES TO BUILD OVER THE BAHAMAS GENERATING PLEASANT AND WARM CONDITIONS ACROSS THE ISLANDSFOR ALL AREASWEATHER: PARTLY SUNNY, WARM AND A BIT BREEZY CONDITIONS WITH THE SLIGHT CHANCE OF A BRIEF PASSING SHOWER TODAY, TURNING FAIR AND A BIT COOL TONIGHTADVISORY: SMALL CRAFT SHOULD BE ALERT FOR GUSTY WINDS AND HIGHER SEAS IN OR NEAR HEAVY SHOWERSWINDS: NORTHEAST TO EAST AT 15 KNOTS WITH OCCASIONAL HIGHER GUSTSSEAS RUNNING; 3-5 FEET TONIGHTDAY TIME HIGH TEMPERATURE IN NASSAU 82F 28COVERNITE LOW TEMPERATURE IN NASSAU 65F 18CSUNRISE AT 6.51 AM AND SUNSET AT 5.57 PMMOONSET AT 7.02 AM AND MOONRISE AT 6.46 PMHIGH TIDE AT 7.59 AM AND LOW TIDE AT 2.22 PM AND HIGH AGAIN AT 8.17 PMEXTENDED FORECAST: A WEAK COLD FRONT WILL MOVE INTO THE NORTHWEST BAHAMAS ON THURSDAY AFTERNOONFORECAST FOR THURSDAYWEATHER: PARTLY SUNNY AND WARM WITH INCREASING CLOUDINESS AND SOME SHOWERS BY THE LATE AFTERNOON IN THE NORTHWEST BAHAMAS AND PARTLY SUNNY AND WARM ELSEWHERE, TURNING FAIR AND A BIT COOL AT NIGHTWINDS: EAST TO SOUTHEAST AT 10-15 KNOTSSEAS RUNNING: 2-4 FEET OVER THE OCEANFORECAST FOR FRIDAYWEATHER: PARTLY CLOUDY TO CLOUDY AND WINDY ,WITH A EFW SCATTEED SHOWERS IN THE VICINITY OF THE FRONT, TURNING CLOUDY AND WINDY AT NIGHTWINDS: WEST TO NORTHWEST AT 15-20 KNOTS OVER THE NORTHWEST BAHAMAS AND LIGHT AND VARIABLE AT 10 KNOTS OR LESS IN THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST BAHAMAS AND TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDSSEAS RUNING: 4-7 FEET OVER THE OCEAN OVER THE NORTHWEST BAHAMAS AND 3 FEET OR LESS IN THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST BAHAMAS AND TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS Recommended for you Marine Forecast 18th August 2015 Related Items:bahamas weather, turks and caicos islands Noon Bahamas Marine Forecast
A Vancouver man was arrested early Tuesday morning after a three-hour standoff in the Fourth Plain Village neighborhood.Police were called to 2615 Rossiter Lane about 11 p.m. Monday after Jerry Booker, 33, allegedly pointed a firearm at his neighbor during a dispute over loud music, according to the Vancouver Police Department.Booker then went back into his townhouse and police unsuccessfully tried to contact him using a public address system, police said.At one point, a woman and two young children exited the residence. They told police that there was a firearm and a young child still sleeping inside the residence.The Clark County Regional SWAT and Hostage Negotiation Team responded and Booker surrendered at 2 a.m. Tuesday. The child was found inside still sleeping, and police also found a .40-caliber handgun.Booker was arrested on suspicion of second-degree assault. Vancouver police say the investigation into the incident is ongoing and may result in additional or amended charges.