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24 Apr 19
johnwood1946

The blog posts follow this Table of Contents, in the sequence shown. To access a particular post, copy and paste the title, or a sufficient part of the title, to the search box to the right. Like what you see? Tell a friend. Pictures of Charlottetown in About 1903: Number 3 in a Series of Posts […]

24 Apr 19
GingerinJapan2019

BUNAC is a travel company that helps young people between the ages 18 – 30 gain a Working Holiday visa for a variety of countries such as – Japan Canada America/Summer Camp Australia New Zealand Britain There are opportunities to do some volunteer work. These programmes are helpful for those out of college/university, want to […]

24 Apr 19
Andre Eger

The Airbus A380 is the largest airliner in the world with a capacity for more than 800 passengers. At $445.6 million, the double-decker is also the world’s most expensive passenger jet.  Airbus announced in February that the A380 would cease production in 2021 due to insufficient demand. The A380 did not garner any order for […]

24 Apr 19
The Herald Nigeria

The Chief Executive Officer, Forte Oil Plc., Femi Otedola, has donated N18 million for the foreign medical trip of ailing former Super Eagles coach, Christian Chukwu. Otedola, who was represented by the Chairman of Otedola Foundation, Phillip Akinola, made the donation on Wednesday during a visit to the Enugu residence of Chukwu. He said that […]

24 Apr 19
myfox8.com

[ooyala player_id=”5fd9e8bf3aa4c5abfd6d1a426e5cfe7″ auto=”true” width=”1920″ height=”1080″ pcode=”VxZXE6g4izl-S3ry3MYEyEFn0oGp” code=”p0eHJxZjE6gO-mGIigA3Vov1hLJDGJey”] LONDON — Donald Trump is coming back to London — and so is the “Trump Baby” blimp. A 20-foot-tall balloon depicting the United States President as a wailing baby in a nappy will fly over London again during his upcoming state visit in June, protesters have confirmed. Organizers […]

24 Apr 19
ukgovernmentwatch

Donald Trump baby blimp will fly again and it could be five times bigger Dudden Hall He will be visiting Windsor where the Queen now lives, not London. Dan Lever II This is so cringy. These people should be embarrassed Adam Griffiths The cringey people that want to use it are the big babies. Thanks […]

24 Apr 19
Life in the Hot Lane

I have an appointment at the Breast Cancer Clinic tomorrow morning. I go three times a year; once for a mammogram, once for an ultrasound, and once for blood tests. Tomorrow I have a mammogram, which feels much like having what remains of your boobs shoved into a Breville sandwich toaster, then waiting for what […]

24 Apr 19
The NEWS

The Chief Executive Officer, Forte Oil Plc., Femi Otedola, has donated N18 million for the foreign medical trip of ailing former Super Eagles coach, Christian Chukwu. Otedola, who was represented by the Chairman of Otedola Foundation, Phillip Akinola, made the donation on Wednesday during a visit to the Enugu residence of Chukwu. He said that […]

24 Apr 19
They May Be Parted

Pablo Fanque, Mao Zedong and Edgar Allen Poe are among the historical figures with a cameo in a Beatles lyric. During the Get Back sessions, former Prime Ministers — and famed taxmen — Harold Wilson and Edward Heath joined a more exclusive club, making an encore appearance in song. A reasonable argument can be made […]

24 Apr 19
Alicia Wanders Around

Having fun in Lisbon, Portugal does not mean you have to spend all your cash. Try living it up by indulging in these low key activities!

24 Apr 19
Propvest Intl

Written by Government of Dubai Media Office. Original Article at http://www.mediaoffice.ae/en/media-center/news/23/4/2019/emirates.aspx Emirates to deploy its latest Boeing 777-300ER to Malé from 1st June Emirates has announced the deployment of its latest Boeing 777-300 ER aircraft fitted with the ‘Game Changer’ First Class suites on its Dubai- Malé route from 1st June, 2019. The Maldivian capital […]

24 Apr 19
Heloise west-Velvetpanic

Title: A Summer’s Day: Shakespearean Anthology with a Twist Author: Various Authors Publisher: Self – Published Release Date: August 12, 2016 Heat Level: 3 – Some Sex Pairing: Male/Male Length: 115 K (12 short stories) Genre: Romance, Fantasy, Young Adult Add to Goodreads Synopsis We’re celebrating Shakespeare’s legacy with this collection of 12 stories based […]

24 Apr 19
World Site News

Donald Trump is coming back to London — and so is the “Trump Baby” blimp. A 20-foot-tall balloon depicting the United States President as a wailing baby in a nappy will fly over London again during his upcoming state visit in June, protesters have confirmed.Organizers are also looking at ways to scale up their protest…

24 Apr 19
The Pakistani News Corner

The ‘Trump Baby’ blimp — a defining feature of last year’s protests during Donald Trump’s visit to the UK — will fly again when he returns in June, protest organizers have said. from CNN.com – RSS Channel https://cnn.it/2IThewY

24 Apr 19
The Sun
AN IT director feared to be the final Brit killed in the Sri Lanka attacks was texting her husband just moments before a suicide bomber struck as she ate breakfast. Lorraine Campbell, who was visiting the country on a business trip, was chatting with hubby Neil Evans when her messages “suddenly stopped”, her son told The Sun Online. Lorraine Campbell, 55, believed to be the 8th British victim of the Sri Lanka attacks, pictured with her husband Neil Evans The pair married and moved to Dubai recently in a bid to earn some money ahead of their dream retirement in a few years’ time Lorraine, from Manchester, pictured with her devastated 32-year-old son Mark The 55-year-old mother-of-one was staying at the Cinnamon Grand Hotel, in Colombo, one of three five-star hotels targeted by suicide bombers. All eight British victims have now been named after Islamist fanatics detonated eight bombs at hotels and churches, killing at least 359 and injuring more than 500. SON’S HEARTACHE Devastated son Mark Campbell, 32, told The Sun Online: “Neil rang me after the bomb went off at the hotel. “He said he’d been speaking to mum by text at the time and the texts had suddenly stopped. “We know she was very close to the blast when it happened and we’ve been told she’s one of the victims, although we haven’t had official confirmation. “Neil has flown over to Sri Lanka today to ID her body but we’re 99 percent certain she’s died.” Lorraine was was last seen alive on CCTV footage having breakfast with colleague Juno Srivastava at the hotel’s Taprobane restaurant – and she’s believed to have been “very close” to the blast site. DREAM RETIREMENT PLANS She’d relocated to Dubai along with Neil, whom she married last February, and worked for IT solutions company Al Fatein Technologies. Mark, from Stalybridge, Greater Manchester, described his mum as “hard-working” and “dedicated”. He said: “She was in Sri Lanka on a business trip and had only been in Colombo a day. The plan was to stay for a week and then fly on to Egypt. Relocating to Dubai was part of her and Neil’s three-year plan. “It was a big challenge for them but they wanted to earn some tax-free money and then return to the UK and live nicely at a house in Liverpool they’d bought – that was going to be there retirement home. “She’d always done what she wanted to achieve. Her attitude was: ‘If someone else can do that, then so can I’.” FINAL MOTHER’S DAY Mark last saw Lorraine on Mother’s Day last month. “We went for a Chinese meal in Liverpool and she seemed really happy. We had a great time and told me she was really enjoying life in Dubai, her work and everything else – she had it all.” Lorraine had brought up Mark up alone after splitting from his dad when he was young and he described her as his “inspiration” and “mentor”. “My mum had two jobs when I was a child, she had so much drive and determination – she was amazing. She was my inspiration, role model and mentor in a lot of ways. “She was very strong-willed and brave and always surprised me with what she did. “But she was also very loving and touched so many people’s lives. She was good at remembering the little things about people and she was so selfless and really caring. “When I split up with an ex, she decided to take me on an unplanned trip to Iceland – just like that. That’s the way she was.” Mark, an IT consultant, added: “I don’t really care why they carried out the bombings I’m just so upset that so many people have lost loved ones. I never thought something like this would happen to my mum.” [quote credit=”Sri Lanka attack victim Lorraine Campbell’s son, Mark”]She was my inspiration, role model and mentor in a lot of ways.”[/quote] Lorraine was a IT consultant. Based in Dubai, she was visiting Sri Lanka for work when she was believed killed BRIT VICTIMS IDENTIFIED Two British teenagers, Daniel Linsey, 19, and sister Amelie, 15, were also killed after escaping one of the first bombs on Easter Sunday – only to be killed by a second blast. The pair were in the Shangri-La hotel in Colombo with dad Matthew when a suicide bomber detonated his device. Elder brother David, 21, said: “They were in a breakfast restaurant on the third floor when there was the first explosion. “They tried to run away and out of the hotel. Then there was a second explosion. “My brother and sister were ahead and dad about a metre behind. “When the second one went off they were caught in the blast.” Both were killed. Millionaire hedge fund manager Matthew, 61, miraculously survived, suffering cuts to his face. He was back at home in Kensington, West London, on Monday. The Linseys died yards from British victims Anita Nicholson, 42, her son Alex, 14, and daughter Annabel, 11. Their father Ben also escaped the Easter Sunday horror with minor injuries. Firefighter Billy Harrop, 56, and his partner Sally were also named among the Brits who died in the terror attacks. Former firefighter Billy was commended for his courage after the IRA bombing of Manchester in 1996. His and Sally’s son Gavin was holidaying in Sri Lanka with them but survived the blasts. This week Singapore-based lawyer Ben paid a moving tribute to his wife and children. He said: “Mercifully, all three of them died instantly and with no pain or suffering. “I am deeply distressed at the loss of my wife and children. Anita was a wonderful, perfect wife and a brilliant, loving and inspirational mother to our two wonderful children. “Alex and Annabel were the most amazing, intelligent, talented and thoughtful children. “Anita and I were immensely proud of them both and looking forward to seeing them develop into adulthood. “They shared with their mother the priceless ability to light up any room they entered and bring joy to the lives of all they came into contact with. We shall all miss them dearly.” [bc_video video_id=”6029208650001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Moment smiling Sri Lankan bomber enters Shangri-La hotel before detonating device”] Amelie Linsey, 15, fled the Shangri-La hotel in Colombo when a suicide bomber detonated his device, only to be killed by second explosion Daniel Linsey, 19, was on the last day of a three-week holiday when Islamist fanatics detonated eight bombs at hotels and churches Their dad, millionaire hedge fund manager Matthew, 61, miraculously survived, suffering cuts to his face The coordinated attacks ripped through churches and hotels throughout the country Ben Nicholson escaped the Easter Sunday horror with minor injuries But his wife Anita Nicholson, 42, their son Alex, 14, and daughter Annabel, 11, tragically lost their lives Hero firefighter Billy Harrop, with Sally, was commended for his courage after the IRA bombing of Manchester in 1996. 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