I wrote this piece several months ago but have been unsure if and when to share it. Animal welfare, and particularly abuses of that welfare, are not easy topics of discussion. Understandably, there are strong emotions involved and difficult moral and ethical debates to be had. My decision to share this article comes in light […]
1_ I’ve asked for some advice regarding the physical object. I’ve got some ideas that I want to try like creating a small pocket to protect and hide the phone with neoprene or felt. 2_I am working on the triggering system. Since the beacons arrived last week I am dealing with them to implement the […]
22/5/2019 For the first time after Kano State Government decision to split the famous Kano Emirate, the major opposition leader and the People Democratic Party governorship candidate in the recent 2019 general election Engr. Abba K. Yusuf (Abba Gida Gida) has reacted to the ongoing happening in the state. Speaking at an iftar congregation with […]
Shadow treasurer Chris Bowen has pulled out of Labor’s leadership race, increasing the pressure for an uncontested run for Anthony Albanese, which would prevent an extended limbo period for the party, writes MICHELLE GRATTAN.
Don Iveson described his pre-Throne Speech get together with Premier Jason Kenney as an “overall positive meeting.” However has questions about LRT funding.
Priority Students 2019 room 6 I have created a link showing my priority students for room 6. Looking at the results for two of the students have reasonable test scores. These 2 students, MB and TC, have issues stem from anixety and family issues. AS a result they have had lot of time off school. […]
This week started on a Sunday evening in Selfridges! Milly, another intern Kate, and I went to set up the Selfridges instalment of The Woolmark Company X Emilia Wickstead collaboration collection. We had a man (Alan) help us place the logos of both companies on the display accurately. We then prepared the frames and worked […]
The confrontations between President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi are getting to be recurring spectacles. | Zach Gibson/Getty Images Something about Nancy Pelosi just gets under Donald Trump’s skin. On Wednesday, for the third time in barely six months, a meeting between Trump, the speaker and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer blew up […]
This year the Makana Municipality is set to host the 45th edition of its annual National Arts Festival. However, with the current Makhanda water crisis due to drought, it has been of uncertainty to the festival’s potential audience on whether to attend the festival or not. Greatly doubting if the festival is still to happen, and if it is, is it safe to visit Makhanda under such circumstances.
A large international group of scientists has managed to determine the origin of the emissions of a dangerous gas that was banned years ago. Last year, an atmospheric observatory in Hawaii (USA) detected a rebound in the levels of trichlorofluoromethane (CFC-11), a powerful ozone layer destroyer. Now, a study supported by the triangulation of data […]
shared by Jon Gaus Throughout the Bible, acceptable worship means approaching or engaging with God on the terms and manner that He accepts and makes possible (through Jesus). It involves honoring, serving and respecting him and abandoning any loyalty, devotion or action that hinders our priority of relationship with him. Worship can be expressed through […]
Making Financial Mental Health A Priority Forbes During Mental Health Awareness Week there was increased discussion about financial wellness – a subject that is becoming more and more debated within the … from “”mental health” OR “mental disorder” OR “psychiatry” OR “mental illness” OR “psychiatrist” OR “psychotherapist” OR “depression” OR “bipolar” -“the depression”” – Google News […]
Reflecting the rising importance of the telcos, IPTV is gaining subscribers in Western Europe at the expense of the other pay TV platforms.
Swedish-based Cale Systems won the request for proposal process with a bid of $3.5 million and an expected rollout of spring 2020.
The city will test out cracking down on noisy mufflers in a pilot project this summer. City council’s community and public services committee passed a motion Wednesday directing administration to send out peace officers to accompany audio/video recording equipment, and to issue tickets for violating noise laws. In its latest report, administration recommended further data […]
We’re getting our Alberta back! The throne speech, read in the legislature on Wednesday by Lt.-Gov. Lois Mitchell, made energy, agriculture, the provincial economy and a balanced budget the top priorities for the coming 11-week legislative session. There will be tax relief for all Albertans, but particularly for “job creators and farmers.” A strengthening of […]
What is a barrier to accessibility? A barrier to accessibility is an obstacle that makes it difficult or even impossible for a person with a disability to do the things that most people take for granted. These include things like going shopping, using public transport and going to work. These barriers may be visible and […]