Beginning Monday, the RCMP North District Traffic roll-over simulator is set, to begin a two week tour of the North Peace.A 25 minute power point presentation is part of the program and when it’s over, there will be an opportunity for audience questions.The simulator demonstrates a vehicle rolling, while traveling at about 50 kilometers per hour.- Advertisement -Constable Dwayne Breitkreutz says it will demonstrate just how small a roll is required, for occupants to be ejected from a vehicle.Advertisement A series of public presentations is scheduled to begin, at 7 o’clock Monday morning, at the Hudson’s Hope School.Others will follow next week at North Peace Secondary, at 10 o’clock Wednesday morning…and, at 9am and 12.30pm Thursday, on the Blueberry Reserve and Prespatou School.The following week there will be two more Fort St. John presentations, at the Oil and Gas Commission and the Leisure Center.There will also be four more outside the city, at the Upper Pine and Wonowon schools and, the Doig and Halfway Reserves.
Michael Doyle’s outrageous effort made it three 1 Portsmouth scored three first-half goals to defeat Accrington Stanley 3-1 on Tuesday. The away win puts Pompey up to fourth in League Two, six points adrift of third-placed Plymouth.Kyle Bennett and Matt Pearson gave the visitors a two-goal lead before Michael Doyle’s outrageous effort made it three. Former Leeds and Sheffield United midfielder Doyle, who earlier in the game rattled the crossbar with a long-range effort, caught the ball sweetly to send it past goalkeeper Jason Mooney. As a free-kick was cleared, the one-time Republic of Ireland international sent a left-footed dipping effort arrowing towards goal – see below!
For more news and observations about crime in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley, check out the Daily News’ crime blog by clicking here.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre The mother, who does not have legal custody of the children, was identified as Jennifer DeJongh and is also known as Jennifer Lopez. Sierra said yesterday she may have taken off for Nevada, possibly Las Vegas. DeJongh is believed to be driving a black Lincoln Aviator, license plate 5JAT330. The parents of the children are divorced and there appears to be a custody battle between the two, sheriff’s officials said. Authorities do not believe that the children are in danger, ABC7 reported yesterday. Miller, 59, represents the 42nd Congressional District, which includes Diamond Bar, Brea, Chino and Chino Hills. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the three boys was asked to call the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department’s Walnut Station at (909) 595- 2264. DIAMOND BAR – Authorities kept up their search today for three missing boys from Diamond Bar — the grandchildren of Rep. Gary Miller, R- Diamond Bar — who were allegedly kidnapped by their mother. “There are no new updates to the kidnapping investigation and the three children are still missing,” said Deputy Aura Sierra of the Sheriff’s Headquarters Bureau. Detectives from the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department’s Major Crimes Bureau responded to the 2200 block of Cello Drive at 10:15 p.m. Monday to investigate the circumstances surrounding the possible abduction of the three boys, Sierra said. The children — one is 8, the others are 6 — were reported missing about 3:35 p.m. yesterday, Sierra said. The two six-year-olds are twins.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventMany students have disposable income because they live with parents, Barnes said. Glendale Career College, which mainly trains students to work for physicians and hospitals, is at 1015 Grandview Ave. It serves more than 300 students, according to numbers released last year. Last month, Dorn Platz came to the Redevelopment Agency again with a plan to put the college at 240 N. Brand., but incorporate it into a larger project. Everything in the half-block north of the Alex Theatre would be rebuilt, creating a mix of condos and shops. The college would use parking spaces at the city’s Orange Street Garage only for three years, during construction of an underground parking lot. email@example.com (818) 546-3304160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! GLENDALE – A career college trying to move downtown faces an uphill battle to persuade city officials that putting cash-starved students there would be great for retail shops. Pasadena-based real estate company Dorn Platz is trying to put Glendale Career College at 240 N. Brand Blvd., even though the Redevelopment Agency last year rejected the two companies’ request to let students park in a city lot. Freeing up valuable parking for students with limited cash to burn in local shops was not a good idea for downtown businesses, officials said. But since then, Dorn Platz has come back with a new project plan and a pitch that students are good for downtown. “Look at any major cities. They all have schools downtown,” said Brad Barnes, vice president at Dorn Platz. “The school brings a very vibrant, young, great demographic to the downtown.”
In a growing opposition against the planned introduction of Septic Tank, Water and Household charges by the government, yet another public meeting to discuss the charges and campaign against them has been announced.The latest one will be held in Downings on November 28th.The community based meeting which is part of the ‘We Won’t Pay’ campaign will be held in a similar vain to that of a series of meetings which have already been held across the county and will feature guest speakers and an open debate from all attending. To date meetings have been held in various areas including Newtowncunningham, Letterkenny and Gaoth Dobhair where over 200 people attended and most recently in Donegal Town where over 350 people gathered to hear guest speakers which included two TDs voice their opposition and concerns of the government’s plans.All of the meetings so far have been community led having no party political allegiance with groups forming under the ‘We Won’t Pay’ banner in many towns across County Donegal.The meeting planned for Downings has been organised by local man Charlie Gallagher who says that it is important that communities pull together on the matter.“This issue of the government planning to tax septic tanks, our water and impose household charges affects everyone in this county and the best way we can resist their plans is by pulling together as a community and voicing our opposition from the grassroots up” Mr Gallagher said. The meeting which will be held in the Tramore Inn, Downings on Monday 28th November will feature guest speakers Thomas Pringle TD and community activist Micheál Cholm Mac Giolla Easbuig.Speaking about the planned charges and his reasons for holding the meeting Mr Gallagher said “These charges are grossly unfair and are coming at a time of massive economic hardships felt by many families across Donegal.“We also have an unprecedented number of people unemployed who are already feeling the squeeze and heaping more taxes and charges on the ordinary people I feel is just unacceptable, and this is why I have organised this meeting in my area. It is obvious that these charges are no more than a method to gather funds to pay back the IMF bailout which was used to bail out reckless bankers and I don’t believe that the people should have to foot the bill for the mistakes of a small minority.“It is important that we all pull together on this matter and if a campaign is community led and by the people I think there is a good chance of fighting it successfully.”* The public meeting in the Tramore Inn will begin at 8pm on November 28th and all are welcome to attend. For more information you can call 0871338333. © 2011 donegaldaily.com, all Rights ReservedThe copying, republication or redistribution of donegaldaily.com Content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited by law.Follow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldailyFollow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldaily Sell anything on www.donegaldailyclassifieds.comhttp://www.asa.org.uk/ASA-action/Adjudications/2009/6/River-Newspapers-NI-Ltd/TF_ADJ_46380.aspxOPPOSITION GROWS TO NEW CHARGES – ANOTHER MEETING SET TO GO AHEAD was last modified: November 23rd, 2011 by BrendaShare this: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 Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
— Matt Zimmerman Golf in 5th place After a two-week absence from the Top 25, Long Beach State climbed back into the Top 25 to No. 24 in the latest AVCA/CSTV Top 25. Long Beach is tied for first place in the conference with Santa Barbara. Record broken Senior goalie Thomas Onyshko became the 49ers career saves leader in men’s water polo this past weekend at the NorCal Tournament. Onyshko had 35 saves in the four games, but broke the mark in Saturday’s game against California. Onyshko currently has 744 saves in his four-year career, breaking the previous record of 724 set by Brian Flint (1984-86). Information for this report provided by the Long Beach State Sports Information office. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week The 49er women shot a 296 in the opening round of the Price’s “Give ‘Em Fibe’ Intercollegiate in Las Cruces, NM., and followed that with a 303, giving them a score of 599 to hold the fifth place spot. The No. 27-ranked 49ers trail leader New Mexico by eight shots (591). Individually, sophomore Kay Hoey is in sixth place after shooting a 1-over-par 145. Freshman Josefine Lindbergh is tied for 14th place with a 5-over 149 and senior Hayley Wilkinson is tied for 25th with a 151. Denise Munzlinger of Missouri and Mikaela Backstedt of New Mexico are tied for individual honors after two rounds as both carded a 4-under-par 140. Volleyball on streak The women’s volleyball team (15-4, 5-1) has won a season-high five straight matches and eight of their last nine as they travel to UC Davis (3-17) for a nonconference match on Saturday. Last week, the Long Beach State women’s soccer team had what is probably the greatest four-day stretch in program history. From Friday to Monday, the 49ers (10-3-1, 3-1) beat Cal Poly and UC Santa Barbara by two goals apiece, then found themselves ranked in Soccer America magazine’s Top 25 for the first time in program history, with freshman forward Dana Farquhar named to the magazine’s national team of the week for her efforts in those weekend games. Since then, they have enjoyed a week off from games to train and get healthy, and while they host two games this week, returning to the grind of conference play is still six days away for the 49ers, who are again ranked No. 25 by Soccer America. Today, they host Idaho at 3 p.m. at George Allen Field. The Vandals (2-13-0) were formerly a Big West foe, though they are now out in the Western Athletic conference.
The Discovery Channel Canada has confirmed they are coming to Malin Head to film a program on Basking Sharks for their famous Shark Week.A basking sharkThe Irish Basking Shark Study Group, which was only started in 2009, say this is a major publicity coup for them.Coordinator Emmett Johnston said “To get one of the big media channels of the world to come to Ireland and in particular feature basking sharks is very powerful opportunity for us to promote our message, especially when one considers that the basking shark is still unprotected in Irish waters”. More than 29 million viewers worldwide watched the Discovery Channel Shark Week in 2013 making it one of the biggest TV events in the channels history.It was also one of most tweeted events in 2013 giving it a very high profile on the world media calendar.The group has been undertaking research around the Irish coast in collaboration with Queens University Belfast and Galway, Mayo Institute of Technology.This program of research and study has enabled them to undertake pioneering research in Irish coastal waters which is now being noticed worldwide. The decision for the Discovery Channel to come to Malin head is no accident, the group have built up a considerable amount of experience and an enviable reputation in the natural media scene.Previous successful productions such as Wild Journey’s for RTE and Monty Halls Great Escape for BBC have showcased what the team do and the spectacular scenery off Malin head and the Blasket islands in which they operate.Filming will most likely be in July, when basking sharks are at their biggest numbers off the north coastTHE DISCOVERY CHANNEL COMING TO DONEGAL TO FILM BASKING SHARKS was last modified: March 12th, 2014 by StephenShare this: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 Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Basking SharksDiscovery ChannelEmmett JohnstonTV
10 March 2014 Nolan Hoffman claimed his first win in the Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour and Cherise Stander her third victory in the women’s race in Cape Town on Sunday. The Cycle Tour, which starts and finishes in Cape Town and takes place around the picturesque Cape Peninsula, is the largest individually timed cycle race in the world.Bunch sprint Team Abantu’s Hoffman, who had previously finished on the podium on three different occasions, finally made it to the top step after winning in a bunch sprint in two hours, 39 minutes and 31 seconds. He was followed over the finishing line by Eritrea’s Meron Teshome Hagos, riding for the MTB Qhubeka Feeder Team, and HB Kruger of Team Bonitas. Hoffman used his track speed to claim the line honours after excellent work from his team put him in position to top the finishing sprint. Some disorganisation among the other teams also helped.‘Perfect for me’ “There was sort of chaos among the MTN boys and that fell into my hands because they had the numbers,” Hoffman said afterwards. “They pretty much controlled it, which was perfect for me. I can hold myself in a sprint and I can see which wheels to follow. “Knowing there weren’t any strong guys, I had the confidence to sprint against these guys, but it wasn’t easy.”Women’s race While the men’s race finished in a sprint, Stander, riding for team RECM, secured a much more convincing women’s victory after taking an early lead that she never relinquished. The closest her title challenge came to being undermined was right at the finishing line when two cyclists in the group she was riding in went down in a hard crash. “I am extremely happy,” she said in a post-race interview. “Today, personally for me, it was quite difficult. Last year [after the death of my husband Burry], everything was such a blur and I lost my gran last year as well, and…she was quite the anchor in my cycling career. She was with me [in it] since I was nine years old and she died on the 15th of August. “Just over Suikerbossie, I kept thinking about her and Burry and how much I wanted this win for both of them and I was extremely happy [to win]. They were the motivation that got me over the line.”Winning time Stander’s winning time was two hours and 51 minutes, with seven-time winner Anriette Schoeman claiming second place, 31 seconds behind her. Dee Joubert ended third, just over a-minute-and-a-half further back.RESULTS MEN Nolan Hoffman (RSA) 2:39:31Meron Teshome Hagos (Eri) same timeHB Kruger (RSA) stNicholas Dougall (RSA) stFran Rabon (Cze) stJayde Julius (RSA) stShaun-Nick Bester (RSA) stKarl Platt (Ger) stDarren Lill (RSA) stCosta Seibeb (NAM) st Women Cherise Stander (RSA) 2:51:00Anriette Schoeman (RSA) 2:51:31Dee Joubert (RSA) 2:53:03
South African comedian, Riaad Moosa, is at the forefront of a campaign that aims to change the negative perceptions of Muslims. Called #MuslimNotExtremist, it aims to show that Muslims are normal people leading lives that are anything but militant. Riaad Moosa is one of the country’s Muslims who put on twitter what their role in society is and this was to show they are anything but extremist. (Image: Supplied) • South African Muslim clerics condemn IS • Africa: fast facts • Nelson Mandela in film • South Africa’s born-frees talk about life • Nelson Mandela in film Melissa Javan“My super power is: I advocate tolerance [and] peace every single day.” This is one of many tweets posted on Monday, 13 April 2015, under the hashtag #MuslimNotExtremist.Backed by South African comedian, Riaad Moosa, the campaign addresses the negative perceptions of Muslims by getting Muslim- and non-Muslim users to describe their role in society and the work that they do.Earlier this month, 148 students at Garissa University College in Kenya were killed by al-Shabaab militants. Muslims from all over South Africa have spoken against the terrorists and called their act a violation of Islam.Moosa says the campaign allows Muslims to show they are normal people leading lives that are anything but extremist.He further explained how the campaign works:OK Guys.Myself& the guys here at @MuslinkSA are hoping 2 get 2 hashtags going #MuslimNotExtremist & #SomeOfMyBestFriendsAreMuslim #Muslink— RiaadMoosa(@RiaadMoosa) April 13, 2015 I’m a Doctor, Comedian, Actor, Father and Husband #MuslimNotExtremist #Muslink pic.twitter.com/KVskB33gyR— RiaadMoosa(@RiaadMoosa) April 13, 2015 Creators of an upcoming television dialogue series called Muslink started the campaign.Jehad Kasu, an entrepreneur within the media industry, is the executive producer of Muslink. He says they wanted to create a simple interactive show on what Islam is really about. “Looking at the uptake of the campaign, this is an issue that many Muslims and non-Muslims want to discuss, but never had the platform or opportunity to do so. Now they do.”Kasu says the series aims to show viewers that Muslims also fulfil important roles in society that “they would never have earned if they were deemed to be ‘extremist’ by virtue of their religious beliefs”.Creating better perceptionsKasu says Muslink started as a passion project. “I observed that platforms existed for the recognition of captains of industry and politicians. And when that captain of industry or politician acts questionably, and is a Muslim, the media will emphasise that a Muslim is responsible for an undesired act of mischief or unlawfulness.“But if that same Muslim politician or captain of industry made a world first discovery, pioneered new research or technological breakthrough – the media will only credit him or her within their profession and not as a Muslim.”Kasu says this saddens him. “I know plenty of Muslim personalities that are pioneers in their fields of expertise, but don’t receive a fraction of the recognition they deserve.“So we developed Muslink – a platform celebrating Muslim excellence and providing a counter-narrative to mainstream media’s messaging about the Muslim community and demonstrating the side of Islam that too often doesn’t make headline news.”Great support and feedbackKasu says they have received an overwhelming response on Twitter. More tweets streamed in on Tuesday and Wednesday. “We would like to thank all respondents for their comments and assisting us to breakdown an untrue and unfortunate stereotype about the Muslim community,” said Kasu.This is what people tweeted since Monday:I’m a servant of the Creator, a family man, an artist, songwriter, producer & broadcaster! #MuslimNotExtremist— EBI The Inglisman(@Inglisman) April 13, 2015 I like ice-cream and yoga – in that order. #MuslimNotExtremist (awesome campaign by cool South Africans!) pic.twitter.com/rxerfi3TFc— Bilal | ????? (@bilalr) April 13, 2015 I laughed when watching the dictator, and didn’t take notes. #MuslimNotExtremist. #Muslink@RiaadMoosa pic.twitter.com/z3XrSiGYh7— My Surname is Khan (@ejaz_k) April 13, 2015 We went swimming for my wedding #MuslimNotExtremist #Muslink pic.twitter.com/KoLciEyPhh— Yusuf Omar (@YusufOmarSA) April 13, 2015 #Muslimnotextremist#Muslink pic.twitter.com/P0LyK5aRXS— rizbphotography(@RizBphotography) April 13, 2015 I’m a Christian AND I like the #Muslink campaign. WMDs? unity, tolerance, forgiveness, compassion, charity & prayer https://t.co/qD54VzFksF — Sunny Morgan (@sunnyboymorgan) April 13, 2015Muslink will host its first dialogue at the Cape Town International Convention Centre on Thursday, 30 April, between 7am – 11am. It will be broadcasted on Deen TV and Radio 786, both of which are dedicated to the Muslim community. The broadcast on Deen TV will be from 7:30pm on the same day. Radio 786 will broadcast live from the venue from 09:10am on the day. Kasu says this is the first of four live events for 2015.Television personality, Faizal Sayed, will host the show with Moosa as his guest. Kasu says #MuslimNotExtremist will form part of a discussion that would include medical research, politics and sports mentorship.Watch the Muslink advert here: Watch why Riaad Moosa asks “how do you think I feel” when he is a Muslim on a plane: Watch a Muslim woman give a message to ISIS and other extremists:
This new generation of Widgets in effect unbinds portlets from Portal containers. The framework has been repositioned from existing as a container application housed in a browser to a one-time install framework that works at the desktop level that is provided by one of the new brands of widget containers, like those mentioned above. These gadget frameworks by-pass the browser and look to form the beginning of a new generation of web applications.Gadgets show up everywhere in the mainstream web, like on MySpace, driven by data coming from places like YouTube. In particular they’re being used frequently for notifications: do I have new email or has someone outbid me on EBay? When used in this way, standard messaging tools like email may change.Gadgets are sure to make an appearance in the business world. In fact, they already are. Salesforce.com is a leading force, making ‘mashups’ and widgets available as different ways to get at information being tracked. What could gadgets do for the world of ECM? Some ideas include to-do list gadgets populated with Workflow tasks, a user’s working list gadget that displays repository documents currently being worked on, or a gadget to do quick document searchs limited to enterprise repository documents. Using a Web Service interface to the ECM repository, like that of Formtek’s, any of these could be created. The concept of a web Portal as a framework for integrating information from many different sources into one consolidated view has been popular for some time. Portals are typically composed of pluggable user-interface components called portlets or gadgets. Portlets are powered by Web Services and typically are programmed to be able to pull in data from a variety of corporate and third party data sources. But portlets were built on framework components of the Portal. Portlets were only interchangeable among portals built using the same Portal infrastructure.Now there’s a new breed of mini-webapps known as Gadgets and Widgets, next generation portlets. They live outside the browser on your desktop, but they are Internet aware and are able to exchange and update information via Web Service calls. These gadgets are based on a new set of platforms, like Yahoo! Widget Engine, live.com, Apple Dashboard, and Google Desktop. Here are a couple of examples from Yahoo!: