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18 Apr 19
Dimitri Lascaris

April 18, 2019 With the support of Ontario’s right-wing Premier, Doug Ford, a staunchly pro-Israel member of Ontario’s legislature is pushing a private member’s bill designed to silence critics of Israel. The proposed law, Bill 84, is a frontal assault on the rights to free speech, free assembly and free association. It cannot withstand constitutional […]

18 Apr 19
Natchitoches Parish Journal

BOM Bank in Castor will be closed Thursday, April 18, and Friday, April 19 as a courtesy to our staff. We will resume business on Monday, April 22 with regular business hours and services. We are asking our Castor customers to please utilize the Ringgold branch for their banking needs during this difficult time. We […]

18 Apr 19
Stampin' Up! #1 Demonstrator Sam Hammond

#1 Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Stampin’ Up! OnStage and Team Training Recap What an amazing weekend we had! Friday evening saw senior leaders attend a special dinner with some training on top. Once again, I stretched my comfort zone and presented at that event. I shake like a leaf, but hope that what I share […]

18 Apr 19
CaminoCalgary

Year 2019 and another Camino is unfolding again at end of April. What can I say? It is a very clear case of “Caminonitis”. Caught it last year and maybe can cure it (aka burn out the delightful fever) with another Camino adventure. It starts again with checking all of the gear, planning the route […]

18 Apr 19
Positive Outlooks Blog

Nellie, a spotted pocket pit bull, was rescued from a shelter on Christmas Eve of 2014 in Stockton, California. The poor pup, who was just a year old back then, was luckily saved from a pound. According to a Facebook post by the Final Frontier Rescue Project, the day that Nellie was rescued, she was […]

17 Apr 19
Natchitoches Times

UPDATE ***  2:23 p.m. The Bienville Parish Sheriff’s Office just announced PAUL JUNIOR NASH HAS BEEN CAPTURED BY THE JACKSON PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE Bienville Parish Sheriff’s Dept. Facebook page The Castor branch of Bank of Montgomery was robbed Tuesday, April 16. The Sheriff’s Office has the getaway driver in custody. A black male and white female […]

17 Apr 19
Digital Health

Pharmacists, doctors and nurses now have real-time access to 300,000 patient records from 40 GP practices via the Medical Interoperability Gateway (MIG).

17 Apr 19
The Coconut Telegraph

A note to our readers: we stayed in Lima, Peru at two different times during our trip. For the first time, we spent four nights in an Airbnb near Kennedy Park. Then we left for Cusco and Machu Picchu for about four days. Then we came back to Lima and spent two more nights in […]

16 Apr 19
Philip Elmer‑DeWitt

More Wall Street analysts weighed in overnight. Also Ben Thompson and Jim Cramer.

16 Apr 19
History in the Public Interest

New Brunswick’s historian, William Francis Ganong, had a working knowledge of both the Mi’kmaq and Maliseet languages, and for decades was the leading English scholar of the Acadian period.[1] Ganong was highly interested in studying the disenfranchised communities of New Brunswick and made important contributions to the history of the province. However, his methods raise […]

16 Apr 19
Tamworth Writers

There were only a few members attending but we made up in quality what we lacked in quantity. Tina appeared briefly to hand in Litfest tickets to be passed onto Caroline and Sandra. Caroline appeared briefly to collect said tickets. Sean Tilley, who was a member three years ago turned up to rejoin the group. […]

16 Apr 19
Mind Traveler

The night before we left St. George for Zion National Park a very scary wind burst roared around our motorhome, sending it rocking. I was sure it was a tornado and wasn’t able to get to sleep until it had passed. Fortunately it lasted only ten or fifteen minutes. We were aiming to reach Zion […]

15 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
CORK CITY collapsed in the final quarter as UCD snatched victory over John Caulfield’s side at the UCD Bowl. Seán McLoughlin gave City a half-time lead but goals from Yoyo Mahdy and Gary O’Neill turned things around. UCD scored twice in the last five minutes to stun Cork City Garry Comerford was shown a straight red card 13 minutes from time for an ugly challenge on Neil Farrugia and was lucky not to walk for a similar challenge in the first half. City had been cruising. They took the lead ten minutes before the break when Conor Kearns failed to claim Shane Griffin’s corner and McLoughlin poked home. UCD dominated the second half but struggled to create. That changed after Comerford saw red and Mahdy equalised thanks to a howler from keeper Mark McNulty, who let his volley squirm into the net. Things got worse for City in injury time as O’Neill was tripped in the box by McLoughlin and the captain scored from the spot. SUN STAR MAN Gary O’Neill (UCD) [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN SPORT” posts_category=”18″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] UCD: Kearns 5; Tobin 6, Scales 6, Collins 8, Dignam 7 (Davis 82, 5); O’Neill 8, Doyle 7, Molloy 6 (O’Farrell 72, 7); Farrugia 7, McClelland 6 (McDonald 46, 6), Mahdy 7. CORK CITY: McNulty 3; Boylan 5 (Crowley 46, 6), McLoughlin 7, Casey 6, McCarthy 6, Griffin 6; Comerford 1, Morrissey 6, Buckley 6; Tilley 4 (Smith 89, 5), Cummins 4 (Gillam 54, 5). REFEREE: B Connolly (Dublin) 8.
15 Apr 19

CORK CITY collapsed in the final quarter as UCD snatched victory over John Caulfield’s side at the UCD Bowl. Seán McLoughlin gave City a half-time lead but goals from Yoyo Mahdy and Gary O’Neill turned things around. UCD scored twice in the last five minutes to stun Cork City Garry Comerford was shown a straight […]

15 Apr 19
www.actvets.cc

Hello Vets, In the Bleat this week; From the Desk of the President – Important Announcement From the Desk of the Secretary Racing this Week From the Race Committee Race Reports Please send me your contributions at: TheBleat@actvets.cc Ian Morton From the Desk of the President – Important Announcement Due to a number of issues, the […]