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22 Apr 19
Audio Rigging

Polar Focus custom rigging solution for EAW Anna line arrays at Sacramento Memorial Auditorium.

21 Apr 19
The Livnuis Project

Red Prince discusses some Star Wars Ships that you can only find in the deepest section of Wookiepedia…

17 Apr 19
The Russophile

close Video Two Russians charged in nerve agent poisoning British authorities charge two Russian men with attempted murder over the poisoning of an ex-spy and his daughter. Authorities in Britain charged two Russian men on Wednesday with the nerve agent poisoning of ex-Russian spy and his daughter in the English city of Salisbury earlier this […]

15 Apr 19
Byline Times

As Portuguese authorities prepare their case against the alleged Football Leaks “hacker” Rui Pinto, France discusses cutting a deal to help identify financial threats to the sport.

13 Apr 19
Random Thoughts

Holly Cullen, University of Western Australia Julian Assange, the Australian cofounder of Wikileaks, was arrested on April 11 by British police at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he had been claiming political asylum for almost seven years. He has faced a range of criminal charges and extradition orders, and several crucial aspects of his […]

12 Apr 19
Red Revolution

Holly Cullen, University of Western Australia Julian Assange, the Australian cofounder of Wikileaks, was arrested on April 11 by British police at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he had been claiming political asylum for almost seven years. He has faced a range of criminal charges and extradition orders, and several crucial aspects of his […]

11 Apr 19
raytodd.blog

11th April 2019 LAW COMMISSION CONSULTATION ON CHANGES TO UK CONFISCATION LAW An article from BCL Solicitors LLP in March says that the Law Commission of England and Wales is consulting on changes to the regime in Part 2 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 for making confiscation orders against defendants convicted of acquisitive […]

11 Apr 19
Byline Times

Following confirmation that Julian Assange has been arrested – twice – today, Byline Times provides the background to his legal battles and asks which allegations will be prioritised.

10 Apr 19
Twin Cities
Near St. Paul’s Como Park, the Twin Cities German Immersion School has moved a step closer to demolishing the former St. Andrew’s Church building and replacing it with new school facilities. The city of St. Paul has rejected a request from a group of residents and historic preservationists for a lengthy environmental assessment of the proposed charter school expansion. In late February, state regulators with the Minnesota Environmental Quality Board forwarded a petition from Roy Neal of “Save Historic St. Andrew’s” for an “Environmental Assessment Worksheet” to the city for review. In an eight-page response letter dated April 9, St. Paul Planning and Economic Development director Bruce Corrie and city planning director Luis Pereira informed the state board that the K-8 charter school’s proposed addition did not meet state criteria for official EAW reviews. State regulation requires EAW reviews for institutional expansions measuring at least 400,000 square feet. An even more intensive Environmental Impact Statement is required for projects measuring at least 1 million square feet. The charter school addition would span less than 25,000 square feet. The city’s letter noted that the former church, which has been deconsecrated and heavily altered on the inside, does not sit on the National Register of Historic Places, another criterion that would put it in line for an EAW review. The city also dismissed the petition’s other concerns, such as traffic, noise and carbon production, as rising to meet the need for a lengthy environmental assessment. “No additional environmental studies are planned, nor needed, to evaluate environmental effects of the proposed project,” states the city’s letter.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] In a statement, Sam Walling, chair of the German Immersion School’s board of directors, called Save Historic St. Andrew’s petition for an EAW “an abuse of the public governance process and a complete waste of taxpayers’ dollars.” Neal, who submitted the petition, said he was not surprised by the city’s decision. “There’s just this general apathy to historic preservation, at the school and at the city, also,” Neal said. “This was a lawful process. This whole thing started because of a real lack of meaningful community cooperation or collaboration from the school.” Save Historic St. Andrew’s also filed appeals against the school’s site plan and zoning variances, issues likely to be heard by the St. Paul City Council in coming weeks.
10 Apr 19
Unity4J Greece

SOURCE The only legal issue generally thought to be outstanding for Julian Assange in the UK is a breach of bail conditions. However, a list circulated by Wikileaks to correct misconceptions has rightly stated: “It is false and defamatory to suggest that Julian Assange has ever “breached his bail”, “jumped bail”, absconded, fled an arrest warrant, or […]

08 Apr 19
Business Insights

Revolutionary5 minutes car wash recycles 95% of water Express Auto Wash (EAW) located behind the Mushrif Mall introduces new premium services to meet the discerning requirements of car owners in Abu Dhabi. The environment friendly car wash facility recycles 95% of the water used and allows multiple cars to be washed simultaneously saving your valuable […]