Madrid: Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez led Barcelona to a stunning comeback against Villarreal on Tuesday and may have ensured there will be no return for Atletico Madrid in La Liga’s title race. Atletico play Barca at the Camp Nou on Saturday and were given fresh hope of a resurgence when struggling Villarreal, inspired by the brilliant Santi Cazorla, led the Catalans 4-2 going into the final minute. But Messi, who had started on the bench, drove in a free-kick in the 90th and in the 93rd, Suarez fired in a devastating half-volley to earn Barca a 4-4 draw and an unlikely point. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over ChandigarhCombined with Atletico’s earlier 2-0 victory over Girona, the result means the gap at the top is reduced to eight points ahead of this weekend’s top of the table meeting but Ernesto Valverde’s side celebrated Suarez’s goal like it was a winner. “In the end it is only a point but there is a certain feeling after coming back from two goals down in the last minute,” Valverde said. Cazorla, meanwhile, sank to his knees, a chance spurned for Villarreal to pull four points clear of the relegation zone, with Celta Vigo, now only two behind, still to play Huesca on Wednesday. Also Read – Vijender’s next fight on Nov 22, opponent to be announced laterThey had come from two down, as Samuel Chukwueze and Karl Toko Ekambi cancelled out early goals from Philippe Coutinho and Malcom. Vicente Iborra and Carlos Bacca looked to have sealed an incredible win, only for Messi and Suarez to intervene. The pair have now scored 51 goals between them in the league this season, just one shy of the total managed by Real Madrid. “The spirit we showed at the end, to refuse to give in, to come back in the last minute – we showed that we want to win this league,” said Suarez. Rested along with Gerard Pique and Ivan Rakitic, it seemed Barcelona would not need Messi as Coutinho tapped in a pass by Malcom, who then headed in Arturo Vidal’s cross for a 2-0 lead after 16 minutes. But Villarreal sprung into life, revived by Chukwueze, who pulled one back seven minutes later. A sumptuous flick by Iborra launched the counter-attack and Cazorla sent the striker clear.
Srinagar: A Pakistani terrorist, who was indoctrinated and trained by 26/11 Mumbai attacks mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, was arrested from Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir, police said here on Wednesday.Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist Mohammad Waqar Awan, who was tasked with reviving militancy in certain areas of the Kashmir valley, was arrested earlier this week and paraded before the media on Wednesday at the Police Control Room. Awan, a resident of Mohalla Miana in Mianwali area of Punjab in Pakistan, was indoctrinated by Lakhvi at his residence in Rawalpindi, officials said. The initial arms training to the Pakistani terrorist was also given by Lakhvi, who along with six others has been charged by the Pakistani authorities with planning and executing the Mumbai attacks in November, 2008 that left 166 people dead. Lakhvi is currently on bail, and the case is moving very slowly. Awan, known by alias of “Chota Dujana , told reporters that before he joined militancy, he was told that atrocities were being inflicted on the people of Kashmir by security forces but he saw no such thing in the Valley. “I received training for four months at a camp in Muzaffarabad. I was told that atrocities are committed on children and women. Prayers are not allowed in mosques and houses of Muslims are destroyed, he told reporters, adding he found that the conditions were different in Kashmir. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’Police officials said Awan’s arrest and “confession” is live evidence for Pakistan as to how youths are manipulated on its soil, prepared for militancy and then sent here to join Jaish-e-Mohammad or Lashkar-e-Taiba. Asked if he was involved in any attacks in the valley, Awan said, I was not involved in any attack.” The Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) of Baramulla, Abdul Qayoom, said Awan had infiltrated into the valley in July 2017. “He was active in Handwara (area of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district). For the last about two years, he was active in different places of Srinagar. When he was returning to Baramulla, he was intercepted at a naka (check post). However, the driver of his vehicle rammed it into police vehicle and sped away.
6 June 2007Risk reduction is critical to addressing climate change and other hazards, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in a message to an expert meeting being held in Geneva to address the issue. Risk reduction is critical to addressing climate change and other hazards, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in a message to an expert meeting being held in Geneva to address the issue.“We must act with renewed commitment to save lives and livelihoods from the effects of natural hazards, particularly in developing nations, where the world’s poorest are also the most vulnerable,” Mr. Ban said in a video message to the first session of the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in Geneva, which opened yesterday and runs through tomorrow.“And we must act with even greater urgency given the impact of climate change,” he cautioned, pointing out that scientists predict more extreme weather, with rising sea levels and increasingly intense storms and droughts.“This could affect millions of people. Risk reduction is our front-line defence against these threats,” said Mr. Ban, calling on those present “to act with common purpose” in addressing the problem.Representatives of more than 100 governments are attending the meeting, which is also attracting the participation of the UN and other specialized organizations, academic institutions, financial associations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and civil society groups.They will review progress made in policies adopted since the January 2005 World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction, held in Japan, where countries adopted the Hyogo Framework for Action, a 10-year plan to bolster the ability of nations and communities to respond to disasters.
Updated:Life is far from normal in the European capital of Brussels. Despite a series of raids and arrests last night, the city is virtually locked down.Security forces in Belgium conducted 22 raids yesterday in Brussels and to the south, detaining 16 people. However, they didn’t get the most wanted fugitive from the Paris attacks: Salah Abdeslam.Authorities are maintaining their highest terror alert in the capital for a third straight day.Schools and universities in Brussels will remain closed today, and the city’s subway will remain shut down.The Canadian embassy in Brussels is closed until further notice.Authorities fear an attack like in Paris, with several individuals, perhaps in several places.Hundreds of troops are patrolling the streets.
“We are pleased to see the Sierra Leonean refugees return home, as voluntary repatriation where possible – as in this case – offers the best durable solution to the challenge of being a refugee,” the representative in Liberia of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Moses Okello, said today of the first convoy of 65 people which is set to launch the operation via Bo Waterside tomorrow. “We are confident in the peace obtaining inside Sierra Leone and we feel that every Sierra Leonean should be availed of the opportunity to contribute to the rebuilding of the country,” he added. Land repatriation was suspended in April 2002 as a result of escalation of fighting in Grand Cape Mount and Bomi counties after UNHCR had helped some 19,500 people to return to Sierra Leone. Most refugees preferred land repatriation, fearing travel by sea or air. Deployment of peacekeepers from the UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) at Bo-Waterside a few days ago has created the conditions for the safe passage of from Monrovia to Zimmi in Sierra Leone. UNHCR anticipates an “overwhelming” response to the exercise. Agency field and security staff, as well as medical personnel who will use ambulances for the vulnerable, will accompany the convoys which will operate every Tuesday and Thursday.
TORONTO – Strong earnings reports from the consumer and information technology sectors helped push the Toronto stock market higher Thursday.The S&P/TSX composite index gained 68.76 points to 14,651.87.The Canadian dollar was down 0.08 of a cent at 91.24 cents US.U.S. indexes were higher as the Federal Reserve wrapped its two-day interest rate meeting and judged the American economy strong enough to allow further easing of the central bank’s bond purchases, cutting the monthly purchases by another $10 billion to $45 billion.The Fed also reaffirmed its plan to keep short-term interest rates low to support the economy “for a considerable time” after its bond purchases end, likely late this year.It also said that growth in economic activity has picked up recently.That assessment came on the same day that data came out showing U.S. economic growth for the first quarter fell far short of expectations as a result of severe winter weather. Gross domestic product grew by only 0.1 per cent, against the 1.2 per cent annualized gain that had been expected.The Dow Jones industrials climbed 45.47 points to a fresh record high close of 16,580.84, the Nasdaq gained 11.02 points to 4,114.56 while the S&P 500 index rose 5.62 points to 1,883.95.It was a heavy day for Canadian earnings news as Loblaw Cos. Ltd. (TSX:L) said adjusted net earnings went up by 3.7 per cent to $139 million or 49 cents a share in the first quarter, beating estimates of 46 cents. The grocer also boosted its dividend about 2.1 per cent to 24.5 cents a share and its stock was up $1.85 or four per cent to $47.65.Analysts note the positive showing comes after the company spent heavily in recent years on consultants and IT groups to put in systems to better track inventory.“So for the last two or three years, they were running kind of below expectations because of that heavy spending,” said Wes Mills, chief investment officer Scotia Private Client Group.“And that’s all behind them now, so they’re clearly better able to execute and then increasingly the focus now is on their acquisition of Shoppers Drug Mart as well.”Barrick Gold Corp. (TSX:ABX) posted a steep drop in its first-quarter adjusted net earnings to US$238 million, or 20 cents per share, from US$923 million, or 92 cents per share a year ago due to a decrease in metal prices and lower gold sales volumes. Results beat analyst estimates by a penny. Revenues were US$2.6 billion compared with $3.4 billion for the comparable year-earlier period. Its shares dipped 22 cents to C$19.13 amid lower gold prices Wednesday.The information technology sector also lifted the TSX after IT services company CGI Group (TSX:GIB.A) said adjusted net earnings were up 28.6 per cent at $229.6 million, or 72 cents per diluted share, beating analysts’ expectations of 68 cents and its shares jumped $1.44 or 3.78 per cent to $39.52. Revenues were up seven per cent to $2.7 billion.The TSX base metals sector edged 0.58 per cent higher while July copper moved five cents lower to US$3.03 a pound.The energy sector was down 0.65 cent with June crude in New York losing $1.54 to US$99.74 a barrel.The gold sector declined 0.79 per cent as June bullion ticked 40 cents lower to US$1,295.90 an ounce.In the U.S., Twitter shares plunged 9.13 per cent in New York. The social networking site’s quarterly earnings and revenue surpassed analyst expectations but investors were disappointed over Twitter’s growth in users, which came in at 255 million monthly users, about two million lower than analyst consensus. by Malcolm Morrison, The Canadian Press Posted Apr 30, 2014 6:33 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TSX up amid slew of earnings, Fed says growth in economic activity picking up The Toronto Stock Exchange Broadcast Centre is shown on June 28, 2013. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Aaron Vincent Elkaim
However, Ms Young claims to have evidence that Mr Young retained an interest in the property until his death after which it was “silently removed”.She believes another individual had “considerable control” of Mr Young’s business interests and accuses him of lying about them in court.She claims that in an email, he told Mr Young it was time to get tough with “her” or he could see £20million “walk out the door.”Another told the court he did not act for Mr Young in a professional capacity when it later emerged he had control of two Lichtenstein foundations and six off-shore entities known as Project Moscow. Determined to take a stand against what they believe is a lack of adherence to the law in the family courts, They have written to Alison Saunders, the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), urging her to review the evidence and take action to send a message that the failure to disclose assets in the divorce courts will not be tolerated.Their letter warns: “The alternative is to permit the growth of a culture of impunity whereby wealthy men entering divorce proceedings feel it is permissible to mislead, conceal assets and frustrate the course of justice, safe in the knowledge that the Family Courts will almost never treat such misconduct as either necessitating contempt proceedings or worth the trouble of a reference to the Attorney General for an investigation.”Ms Young has spent years fighting for access to what she insists are her late husband’s missing millions. She believes he concealed up to £300 million and hid the assets in a complex web of offshore accounts and companies.Mr Young claimed to have lost his entire fortune when a vast property deal in Russia, known as Project Moscow, collapsed in 2006, leaving him with debts of £30 million. In 2013, Mr Young was jailed for contempt of court for refusing to disclose details of his complex finances. His ex-wife was eventually awarded a £20 million settlement but has yet to receive a penny.In her statement to police, Ms Young accuses her former husband’s associates of providing false evidence to support a conspiracy to defraud by insisting they had no business links with him and concealing his considerable assets, which she says has had a “devastating” effect on her and her two daughters.One of them gave a witness statement insisting that he had never been involved in any joint business venture with Mr Young, who had no legal or beneficial interest in a specific London property. Ms Young claims she was “just a pawn in a twisted game of chess” and is determined to see those she alleges lied on her husband’s behalf face justice.A source close to Ms Hobbs claimed the judge in her own divorce case “completely ignored” a schedule of non-disclosure and false statement prepared by her barrister which she believed proved her former husband had lied under oath, which “beggars belief”.“There is judicial reluctance to deal with non-disclosure and perjury,” the source added. “It is a gentleman’s club, misogynistic to the core.“Both women’s lives were devastated and it was a case of winner takes all.”When approached for comment, Ms Young’s spokesman Richard Hillgrove confirmed that both woman had taken their perjury complaint to the DPP after the police had failed to pursue it.He said their lawyers were resolute they would succeed and that their complaints would be taken seriously and had worked “tirelessly” to bring about a change to the system.He added: “Perjury undermines and corrupts the whole of the legal process. It would heap shame and disgrace on the British legal system if it continued to be ignored and would make a mockery of the system if allowed to become the accepted ‘norm’. “If these cases are prosecuted it would act as a strong deterrent to clean up the system.” 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. Michelle Young, the ex-wife of British businessman Scot YoungCredit:ohn Nguyen/JNVisuals They are founder members of the First Wives Club – divorcees who say they were left with “next to nothing” by their husbands after they refused to fully disclose the true extent of their wealth in the divorce courts.Now Michelle Young, who was locked in a bitter and protracted legal battle with her former husband Scot Young, is seeking perjury charges against three of his associates whom she claims lied in court about his assets, the Sunday Telegraph has learnt.She claims to have evidence that they lied about their knowledge and involvement in his various business interests, properties and trusts before his death in December 2014 when he plunged from a window of his fourth floor apartment.Another member of the so-called club, Vivien Hobbs, a successful businesswoman, is demanding that the CPS bring charges against her former husband, a naval architect and ex-CEO of public companies, whom she has accused of aggressively refusing to fully disclose his assets, at enormous cost to herself.The women, who are both being represented by the same heavyweight legal team that includes Imran Khan QC, argue that judges in the family courts know that wealthy tycoons routinely lie about their wealth and yet allow it to happen as they are so obsessed with “driving cases through at the rate of knots”, creating “an unholy mess of injustice.” Vivien Hobbs and Michelle Young visiting Doughty Street ChambersCredit:Joe Newman for the Telegraph They gave statements to the Metropolitan Police but officers declined to investigate.
As we reported yesterday Apple’s latest iOS has hit iTunes and is available to download as we speak. Whilst it brings to the table several key – new – features (which we outlined in the above) several users have reported a bug with the firmware update that seems to affect their iPod music.People are opening their iPod music, expecting to find all their favorite tracks listed, but instead get nothing but a blank screen – not good! However it seems that people shouldn’t panic about this as the music has not gone, it’s just that the device can not see it. Apple has a solution on their support forum (derived from the community), which highlights ways of how to fix the problem. We are not sure if this works, but the author states that it did for him, so we can only assume it’s a viable solution…Fix:Connect your Apple device to your computer and launch iTunes (if it does not automatically start). Select your device in the left hand column then click the arrow to the left of it so your media categories appear and select music. Play a song on your device via iTunes on your computer. Perform a Sync. Finally re-open the iPod app on your device.You should then get a screen saying that it is updating your library and your music should be accessible.In some ways we are not surprised to see bugs appearing with iOS 4.2, after all an earlier Wi-Fi issue prevented the release of the update last week, and as each new firmware brings to the table a range of new features, this is normally counterbalanced by a few problems to match. This is one of the reasons why some people wait for the dust to settle before heading into the unknown. Still, it would be interesting to see what our readers thought of iOS 4.2, have you had any problems with the update, do you like it and what would you add to the next iOS update?Read more at TechBlog
Snaptu va être racheté par FacebookLa société anglaise a expliqué sur son blog officiel qu’elle rejoignait les rangs de Facebook.Facebook investit considérablement le marché des simples téléphones mobiles. Pour cela, le réseau social va pouvoir s’appuyer sur la jeune société anglaise Snaptu. Depuis 2007, celle-ci permet aux utilisateurs de simples téléphones portables de les transformer en quasi smartphone. Pour cela, il suffit de télécharger la plateforme Snaptu. Une fois le logiciel installé sur son téléphone, le mobinaute sera en mesure de rajouter Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, un widget météo ou encore un lecteur de flux RSS.Un rachat qui permet à Facebook de se placer dans l’immense marché des téléphones portables ancienne génération, encore fortement majoritaires dans les pays en développement. Le 21 mars 2011 à 15:29 • Emmanuel Perrin
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A national law firm that specializes in Indian law is donating $3.5 million to improve medical care for tribal members. The decision comes after the firm, which has offices in Anchorage, helped win a case before the U.S. Supreme Court involving hundreds of millions of dollars for tribal health organizations.Download Audio:The law firm Sonosky, Chambers, Sachse, Miller and Munson last year was one of the law firms that successfully fought for back payments to tribes from the Indian Health Service and Bureau of Indian Affairs. Attorney Lloyd Miller, a partner in the firm, says the firm wanted to give back to Indian Country, and recognizes the firm’s 40-year anniversary:“We wanted to give back to Indian Country,” said Miller. “And since so much of our work involves health care issues, we wanted to focus our charitable contribution program on improving health care facilities, either entire clinics or acquisition of critical equipment such as cat scans, MRI machines and the like.”Four-hundred-fifty thousand dollars each is going to the statewide Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium for patient housing, and to the Anchorage-based Southcentral Foundation for construction of a behavioral health clinic. Last year, ANTHC was paid $153 million for contract support costs, or overhead, that had been in litigation since 1990. Southcentral was awarded $96 million. Miller says $200,000 each is going to the Choctaw, Cherokee, and Chickasaw nations:“For the most part we’re working with tribes we know very well,” said Miller. “Tribes we’ve had a relationship with since the firm’s founding, in the case of some of the tribes we’ve worked with for 40 years.”Miller says he hopes their donation will inspire other companies that work with tribes on self governance in health:“We encourage them to come up with matching funds so that the tribes can do more for their people.”Miller says in the coming year, the firm will be working on grants to other tribes in Oklahoma, and in North Dakota, South Dakota, and Montana.
Download AudioLawmakers have talked about focusing on the state budget since their session began three weeks ago. But on Monday, they took action to make it official. The House passed a resolution that limits committees to working on bills that raise or spend state revenue.This new rule will remain in place until the House passes a budget.House speaker Mike Chenault, a Nikiski Republican, said putting a focus on the budget will allow legislators to be better informed about its details.“My hope is that our members have times to actually going into the budget and actually look at programs that work, those that may not work, have more time to talk with people in the departments to find out, uh, you know, more about that budget and be able to make better decisions based on the information that they have versus what they think they might have,” he said.House Democrats raised concerns that the rule change would also allow the public to be notified about bills the night before a hearing, rather than the normal five-day notice.But only one House member — Anchorage Democrat Andy Josephson — voted against the resolution.The Senate is unlikely to make a similar change, according to Senate President Kevin Meyer, an Anchorage Republican.Meyer noted that it’s a small chamber – with only 20 members instead of 40. He added that the House will pass the budget first, giving the Senate time to consider other legislation.In addition to the rule changes, there was another proposal today to revise how the legislature functions this session.Democratic members from both the house and senate proposed all legislators meet as a “Caucus of the Whole.” They said this would allow them to provide input before the Republicans in the majority advance the budget.Senate Minority Leader Berta Gardner, an Anchorage Democrat, said the change would encourage all lawmakers to work together.“When the chips are down, and the situation is urgent, we’ve always come through, shedding our identities as Republicans or Democrats, and remembering in our core, we are Alaskans first, we are Alaskans together.” she said.Meyer said he would consider the proposal, but wants more details about what the Democrats are looking for.“We are going to need bipartisan support on passing any tax bills, and that’s true, but also we are going to need their help on budget reductions,” he said. “And that topic hasn’t come up yet.”The House canceled all hearings on bills that weren’t related to the budget on Monday.
Aleknagik Natives Ltd. board president Molly Chythlook confirmed Tuesday that Fred Nishimura had been fired as the business manager for the village corporation.Listen nowA sign posted on the door of the Aleknagik building in downtown Dillingham, where the ANL office is located.(Photo by KDLG – Dillingham)Leadership for Ekwok Natives Ltd. said Nishiumura’s contract as business manager had been “terminated,” and said an independent investigation was underway. Panarqukuk, Inc., a subsidiary of Stuyahok Ltd. better known as the “P Store”, has also cut ties with Nishimura following a civil lawsuit judgment awarding the corporation $56,682.ANL’s Chythlook and Jim Vollintine, an attorney representing all three for-profit corporations, said an internal review of records is underway. Other details of embezzled funds may be made public when that is complete, they said.Court documents from a lawsuit filed against Nishimura this year show a judgment for Panarqukuk Inc. in the amount of $56,682. That included $52,900 from 39 checks the corporation said Nishimura wrote to himself over the course of ten months in 2014. The lawsuit said Nishimura was an “independent contractor who performed bookkeeping services … under an oral contract.”Reached by phone Wednesday morning, Nishimura denied accusations that he had taken any money beyond what he was owed for services. He said he may seek legal help to clear up the matters he described as misunderstandings.Nishiumura has been the business manager for ANL since “the early eighties,” according to Chythlook.
It’s an unimaginable day for the families of those lost in the tragedy, and to a lesser degree, the world of sports.Fans of the Chapecoense club gathered outside of the stadium to pay their respects to those lost in the crash. Advertisement According to a BBC report, members of Atletico Nacional club have asked that the cup be awarded to Chapecoense. A classy move fitting of the gravity of the moment.Here’s a heartbreaking video of Chapecoense celebrating their victory that put them in the Copa Sudamericana Final.#Chapecoense players celebrate reaching the Copa Sudamericana final days before tragic plane crash https://t.co/MM0xfzRsCZ #ForçaChapecoense pic.twitter.com/bMpnFw7ZyA— MailOnline Sport (@MailSport) November 29, 2016 Medellin, Colombia was the site of a horrific plane crash where 75 passengers were killed, including members of Brazil’s Chapecoense football club.According to reports, the plane crashed into a mountain on approach for landing. Miraculously, six passengers survived the crash.The Chapecoense club was set to face Medellin’s Atletico Nacional on Wednesday in the Final of the Copa Sudamericana, one of South America’s most prestigious club soccer championships.Chapecoense is a small club that had recently been promoted to Brazil’s first division, and had become a beloved national underdog story on their improbable march to the Final. RT GeniusFootball: Hundred’s of fans surround Chapecoense’s stadium to pray for everyone who lost their lives in t… pic.twitter.com/ONZnkAzIhl— Dunia Salgado (@DuniaSalgadoo) November 29, 2016
Cintrón Gómez added that this week, at least 60 more migration agents are expected for the Cancun International Airport .Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Cintrón Gómez said that the long lines observed over the weekend were a worrisome situation for tourists who came to enjoy the destinations of the Mexican Caribbean, pointing out that this situation was derived from the presence of only 13 officers to perform migration procedures. Cancun, Q.R. — Tourists arriving to Cancun will have a shorter immigration wait, reports the Hotel Association, due to the addition of immigration officers. Roberto Cintrón Gómez of la Asociación de Hoteles de Cancún y Puerto Morelos says that with efforts between the Secretary of Tourism and the National Institute of Migration, 30 additional immigration officers will be added to Terminals 3 of the Aeropuerto Internacional de Cancún. The move comes after complaints of tourists waiting in lengthy lines to pass through the 13 working immigration windows out of a reported 50 in existence. Francisco Lopez Reyes, director of municipal tourism, acknowledged that the problem has worsened, mainly on Sundays in Terminal 3, which is troubling since it is the first impression tourists get of Cancun. “The only way to solve the problem is with more staff,” he said.
Rather than reducing services, the ATEC boss said the Federal Government should be looking to bolster productivity at airports, confirming ATEC support for such time-saving measures as more SmartGate facilities. “International tourists to Australia support more than half a million jobs and bring with them more than $24 billion for our economy and the Federal Government must do all it can to bring down the barriers to the industry’s continued growth,” Ms Mariani said. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: M.H Waiting times at Australia’s eight international airports are set to rise significantly with the Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC) anticipating budget cuts to airport services announced last month to add up to 24 minutes to processing times. ATEC managing director Felicia Mariani called the AU$34 million cut to facilitation services a “significant blow”, saying cutbacks would invariably impact “baggage collection, airport arrival areas and ground transport facilities”. “This is all occurring at a time when the tourism industry is looking to double the value of tourism to our economy by 2020,” Ms Mariani remarked. Waiting for your luggage may soon take even longer
Australia’s hotel industry needs young professionals to fill skills gapAustralia’s $47.5 billion tourism and accommodation industry will experience a serious skills shortage over the next five years without more qualified professionals joining the sector, warns the industry’s peak body.Carol Giuseppi, CEO of Tourism Accommodation Australia, said the Austrade’s Australian Tourism Labor Force Report 2015 – 2020 shows the sector will grow significantly over the next five years and needs to attract more young talent to fill the predicted skills gap.“As an industry, we got together to do something about the gap. We’re hosting the first Hotel Career Expo on 16 May to bring awareness of the rewarding, exciting and professional careers available in the sector.“With the Hotel Career Expo we are reaching out to high school, TAFE and university students, as well as young professionals, to bring them face to face with the leading hotel brands of Australia who have exciting career options available and are looking for talent,” said Ms Giuseppi.Backed by the NSW Government, the Minister for Trade, Tourism and Major Events, Stuart Ayres has thrown his support behind the Hotel Career Expo to ensure the industry can attract high quality candidates to the sector, to help NSW maintain its competitiveness as a tourism destination.“People working in our hotels are at the frontline of our brand as a global city and as a state. The interactions our visitors have with them are the most important they will have during their stay.“With growth forecasted in the NSW hotels industry, this is a great time to get into a sector. It’s a career path which offers strong management pathways, internationally renowned training and its own industry rewards,” said Minister Stuart Ayres.Ms Giuseppi said NSW has thousands of talented young people graduating every year, who are looking for careers.“They often don’t realise the full reach of their chosen field, for example, engineers might not look further than the mechanical and mining industries for jobs and accountants may only focus on accounting firms and banks.“However, the accommodation industry has a great need for all types of professionals from engineers, to accountants, to human resources and general business managers. Not to mention PR, sales and marketing professionals. Successful hotels need lots of smart, ambitious professionals to keep the tourism industry thriving,” said Ms Giuseppi.The Hotel Career Expo will be held on Monday 16th May, InterContinental Sydney. It will provide students and graduates a gateway into the hotel industry, contact with the leading hotel’s HR and recruitment teams, graduate programs and more. Hotel Career ExpoSource = Hotel Career Expo
A suspect arrested for shooting and critically injuring a police officer had been planning a murder before they were spotted by a patrol, prompting a shootout in Limassol on Saturday, a court heard on Wednesday.Elias Mouzis, 38, had fled the scene but was arrested on Tuesday after police launched a manhunt in the district. He was remanded in custody for eight days.Following his arrest, near the village of Kapilio, Mouzis told officers where he had an AK47 assault rifle, believed to have been used in Saturday’s gunfight, 7.5 kilogrammes of semtex plastic explosive, a detonator, a hand-grenade detonator and a number of loaded rounds.Police told the court that the suspect had admitted his involvement in the shootout in Ypsonas that saw officer Giorgos Georgiou, 37, sustaining critical injuries. Georgiou was airlifted to Israel for treatment. A second officer involved in the incident sustained light wounds.Police have so far arrested another three suspects, two men, aged 31 and 35, and a woman, 33, who apparently rented the car the suspects were travelling in on Saturday.Mouzis was also wanted by police in connection with two other cases – the abduction of a man and firing shots at his house on January 22 and February 19 respectively.Police said the 35-year-old suspect, a Bulgarian national, whom the court heard was with Mouzis on Saturday, had told them that the 38-year-old had been planning to murder someone involved in the other cases.Police said Mouzis is suspected of being the person who had abducted and beaten a 27-year-old in Ypsonas on January 22 and made him call a friend to come to his aid by lying to him that he had run out of petrol.Mouzis allegedly threatened the 27-year-old that he would hurt him and his mother if his friend did not turn up.The bone of contention was the friend’s entry into the Paphos drug market which had allegedly cost Mouzis €200,000.The friend never showed up and Mouzis released the 27-year-old who reported the incident to police.A month later, shots were fired at the home of the 27-year-old with police issuing an arrest warrant against Mouzis.On Saturday, the Bulgarian man drove from Paphos in the rental car together with the 31-year-old. They went to Ypsonas thinking a drugs deal was afoot. Mouzis arrived on foot, he said, wielding a firearm, and started plotting the murder of someone with the 31-year-old.It was at that moment when the police officers showed up, responding to a report about a suspicious vehicle.Their arrival was followed by gunfire against the officers, hitting and injuring one of them.The injured officer got out of the car and emptied his clip at the suspects while the second officer tried to intercept their vehicle. At that moment a second burst was fired at the patrol car while the suspects escaped.The car was found later near the Limassol hospital while the two male suspects were arrested the next day. The 31-year-old was found on a bench injured while the Bulgarian man was detained while on foot near Petra to Romiou.You May LikeWFGInsuranceQuotes.comStarting a Business? Get Incorporation, Business Plans Written for You, Credit Establishment All In One Place. WFGInsuranceQuotes.com ~ We Help Business Grow. Find Out How You Can Get Started Building Your Future Today.WFGInsuranceQuotes.comUndoRevJetCreate Custom Ad ExperiencesRevJetUndoParentology7 Tips To Bond With Your TeenParentologyUndo British woman who claimed gang-rape taken to courtUndoFilm review: Child’s Play ***UndoBritain preparing for a no-deal BrexitUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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