Hopping into Spring at the Museum of Natural History

first_img Spring has officially sprung at the Museum of Natural History.The giant peeper will be placed on the side of the museum onWednesday, May 11. This marks the 20th anniversary of the peeper’s appearance on theside of the building. This year the frog will be changing hisusual perch. The public will see him on the south-east corner ofthe museum, peering down at the museum backyard. “For many of our visitors and motorists, the peeper has become awelcome sight as one of the first real signs of spring” saidJanet Maltby, museum manager. During the early weeks of spring museum staff receive numerouscalls from across the province reporting sounds of peepingincluding many inquiries as to when the frog will be going on thebuilding. “Traditionally, he goes out with the first consistentrecorded sounds of spring peepers,” said Ms. Maltby. The peeper is a giant wood and fibreglass model of the NorthernSpring Peeper, a sub-species of the treefrog family. Thesequarter size frogs leave their winter hibernation in early springand begin their familiar chorus of peeping to attract mates asthe nights become warmer. “For many of us growing up in Nova Scotia, the tranquil sound ofspring peepers late at night is part of our childhood experiencesand it let’s us know that warmer weather will soon be on itsway,” said museum curator Christine Sykora. The frog made his debut in 1985 marking the release of thepopular museum publication Amphibians and Reptiles of Nova Scotiaby John Gilhen, and as part of the award-winning museum programFrog Watch. Visit the museum’s website at nature.museum.gov.ns.ca for moreinformation on Nova Scotia nature. NOTE TO EDITORS: The model of the giant peeper will be placed onthe side of the Museum of Natural History on Wednesday, May 11,at 11 a.m.last_img read more

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Traffic Advisory Halifax Regional Municipality

first_imgHALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Route 212 Route 212, from Pratt & Whitney Drive east for about 7.7 kilometres, will be reduced to a one lane until Monday, Aug. 31. Traffic control people are on site. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. -30- Local Area Office: 902-424-6144 Fax: 902-424-7116last_img

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Traffic Advisory HRM

first_imgTraffic Advisory, Halifax Regional Municipality Motorists are advised that the section of Conrads Road across Queensland Beach is closed because of flooding. Drivers should use Trunk 3 as an alternate route until the road re-opens. -30-last_img

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Bombardier says business jets resistant to diplomatic skirmishes with China Saudi

first_imgDORVAL, Que. — Bombardier Inc. brushed off any concerns that tensions between the federal government and China as well as with Saudi Arabia pose a threat to business jet sales, on which the plane and train maker is staking its financial turnaround.Relations between Ottawa and Beijing have been strained since Canadian authorities detained Huawei Technologies Co.’s chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver on Dec. 1, which preceded the detention of three Canadians in China in less than one week.Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland previously called attention to human rights issues under the watch of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, tweeting in defence of a jailed women’s rights activist last August that prompted the young royal to impose sanctions, boot Canada’s ambassador and recall Saudi students from Canada.Bombardier, which celebrated the entry into service of its US$73-million Global 7500 business jet Thursday, said the product line is resistant to diplomatic and market fluctuations.“If we see one region going through geopolitical slowdowns, there are usually other regions that are either coming up or experiencing booms where we can profit,” said spokesman Mark Masluch.Michelle Ouellette, who heads Bombardier’s Global 7500 program — sold out into 2022 — said that customers who signed up many years ago want their aircraft.The Global 7500, along with the new Global 5500 and 6500, come partly as a response to products from rival business jet manufacturer Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. as demand for the larger jetliners keeps rising.Bombardier delivered 138 of the 677 business jets shipped by the industry in 2017, securing 20 per cent of the global market, according to the General Aviation Manufacturers Association. That number topped Gulfstream’s 120 business jet deliveries.Measured by revenue, however, Gulfstream’s market share is higher. The Georgia-based company obtained US$6.56 billion of the US$20.2 billion in business jet sales. Bombardier raked in US$5.14 billion, according to the association.“Gulfstream and Bombardier duke it out at the top of the market,” said Ernie Arvai, president of commercial aviation consultancy AirInsight Group.Business jets — which target extremely wealthy individuals, large corporations and aircraft management companies — yield fatter margins than commercial planes, which should benefit both companies, he said.“If you’ve got enough money for one of these very high-end business jets, you’ve probably got the ego to go with it, and the need to have the latest and greatest. So it’s a matter of ego with some of the billionaire buyers, who are a market for this aircraft.”Bombardier is aiming for US$8.5 billion in annual revenues by 2020, driven largely by Global 7500 sales – a major bump from last year’s US$5 billion. The business jet backlog now totals US$14.3 billion, Masluch said.The Montreal-based company is on track to deliver between 15 and 20 of the planes next year, and between 35 and 40 in 2020, he said.Despite the manufacturing ramp-up that implies, some of the 3,000 workers Bombardier announced it will lay off over the next year and a half will be cut from the business jet unit, Ouellette said.The company is “still evaluating” where exactly those cuts will occur, he added.Karl Moore, an associate professor at McGill University’s business school, said the company’s focus on business jets and trains positions it well to handle changes in the economy.Governments like to spend on rail infrastructure during recessions to create jobs while business jets “should really rock and roll and make a lot of profit for Bombardier,” Moore said.Chinese buyers looking to keep their distance from Canadian business jet makers may few alternatives for large business aircraft other than Gulfstream, a company based in the U.S., with which Beijing has even greater tensions. Companies in this story: (TSX:BBD.B)Christopher Reynolds, The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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Hawaii residents working groups speak out on resort project

WAILUKU, Hawaii — Residents and professional association members have spoken out over a resort’s expansion plans that would result in the second-largest hotel on Maui.The Maui News reported Thursday that several residents attended a Maui Planning Commission meeting Tuesday to speak against the expansion of the Grand Wailea Maui.Residents say they object to the project for various reasons including sea-level rise, the resident-to-visitor ratio, and the resort’s construction on ancient burial areas.Others at the meeting voiced support, including members of the Maui Hotel and Lodging Association and the Hawaii Carpenters Union.The 776-room resort on 36.6 acres (15 hectares) along Wailea Alanui Drive plans to add another 224 guest rooms, including up to 40 bungalow units.The project is estimated to cost $91.5 million over five years.___Information from: The Maui News, http://www.mauinews.comThe Associated Press read more

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UN tribunal sentences wartime Croatian Serb leader to 13 years in prison

As part of a plea agreement, Milan Babić, 48, had pleaded guilty to being a co-perpetrator in a joint criminal enterprise to forcibly and permanently remove Croats and other non-Serbs during his stint as president of the self-declared Republic of Serbian Krajina (RSK).Prosecutors then dropped four other charges and recommended a sentence of no more than 11 years for Mr. Babić, but yesterday three judges of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), sitting in The Hague, said that was not enough given the gravity of the crimes that occurred.Presiding Judge Alphons Orie of the Netherlands said Mr. Babić participated in a campaign of persecution that “involved the murder of more than 200 civilians, including women and elderly persons, the confinement and imprisonment of several hundred civilians in inhumane conditions, the forcible transfer or deportation of thousands of civilians, and the destruction of homes and public or private property.”He added: “The crime, which was characterized by ruthlessness and savagery and was committed with the intent to discriminate against non-Serb civilians, strongly impacted on victims and their relatives. Their suffering is still significant.”Serb nationalists formed the RSK in 1991 after Serb forces invaded and took control of the Krajina region, which comprises about a third of Croatian territory and was home to large numbers of ethnic Serbs.Mr. Babić, a dentist by profession, was a prominent Serb politician who became President of the RSK in December 1991.He admitted to helping devise and implement policies to pursue the removal of non-Serbs from Krajina, recruiting and organizing the armed forces to carry out the campaign, and making inflammatory speeches to the media and in public against Croats and other non-Serbs.Mr. Babić also admitted he knew that many civilians were being killed as a result of the ethnic cleansing campaign, although he maintained he did not know of any specific murders. read more

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University mourns death of student

Brock University is deeply saddened by the death of Laura Peters, a first-year (transfer) Bachelor of Recreation and Leisure Studies (Honours) student who passed away on Sept. 12, 2015.The University expresses its sympathies to Laura’s family and friends at this difficult time.http://www.obitsforlife.com/obituary/1165654/Peters-Laura.php

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Aerial footage shows huge 45 mile tailback after M20 bridge collapse

first_img Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Aerial footage shows huge traffic tailbacks after a truck struck an overpass and collapsed a pedestrian bridge onto one of England’s busiest motorways, the M20.last_img

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Guess whos getting closer to the end of their bailout too

first_imgTHE EUROZONE HAS today approved the disbursement of €3.7 billion in rescue loans to Portugal, taking Lisbon’s bailout to its final stage, the EFSF said in a statement.“After a couple of years of intense adjustment and tremendous efforts by its people, Portugal reaches now the decisive phase towards regaining market access,” said European Financial Stability Facility head Klaus Regling.“This goal is within reach,” he underlined.With a final €1.2 billion still to be disbursed, the EFSF said the €78-billion financial assistance programme for Portugal “will have been completed by the middle of 2014″.The disbursement was approved five days after euro finance ministers announced that Ireland (€85 billion) and Spain (€41 billion) would exit their sovereign and banking bailouts in December and in January respectively, without any credit line.- © AFP, 2013 5 reasons why the government decided to exit and go it alone>‘This is the right decision for Ireland’: Taoiseach confirms exit without credit line>last_img read more

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Is Polaroid planning on resurrecting their iconic instant camera next CES

first_imgPolaroid has lost a lot of its credibility in recent years when it comes to competing with the likes of Canon, Nikon and Panasonic when it comes to new consumer digicams… a decline which seems to equally match the rise in hipster cache that Polaroid has gained from the nostalgia felt for their old instant film cameras.It looks likely that Polaroid is now planning on exploiting that hipster cache and nostalgia to reinvigorate their modern camera business: the company has sent out a teaser to tech journalists promoting an exclusive event at CES 2011 next month at which they are set to reveal a brand new camera… and if you adjust the gamma on the image just so, you can see that the camera they are teasing in the promotional shot has some sort of slot.It seems pretty obvious based on this that Polaroid’s going to be releasing a new instant camera. It’s easy to understand why: with Polaroid instant film costing 20 bucks a pack, and stores sprouting up that exclusively sell old Polaroid instant cameras at truly insane prices, there’s a market here to capitalize upon… albeit an extremely misguided market that mistakes technical obsolescence coupled with inconvenience as delightful whimsy. It’ll be interesting to see whether or not Polaroid’s new instant camera can be successful, once a new model supplants consumer nostalgia for the extinct original.Read more at Engadgetlast_img read more

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Teslas Models S and X wont be seeing big changes anytime soon

first_img Tesla Electric Cars Car Industry Enlarge ImageThe Model S looks an awful lot now like it did when it debuted in 2012, but that’s not a bad thing. Tim Stevens/Roadshow Most manufacturers would be freaking out about the future if it had models in its lineup that were mostly the same now as they were when they debuted seven years ago. Not Tesla, though. Despite many minor changes and a few technical updates, the Model S of 2019 is not wildly different from the one that debuted way back in 2012. That has led people to wonder if the Model S and its slightly newer sibling, Model X, will be getting a redo anytime soon.The answer to that, according to the Big T’s CEO Elon Musk, is no. The recent mechanical refresh to S and X that we saw a few months ago is the extent of what we can expect for the future. On the one hand, that sounds crazy, but on the other, it’s not like either model looks especially dated. Now playing: Watch this: There is no “refreshed” Model X or Model S coming, only a series of minor ongoing changes. Most significant change in past few years was to use high efficiency Model 3 rear drive unit as S/X front drive unit. That went into production 3 months ago.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 9, 2019 2 Musk’s decision makes sense from a business standpoint, too. Why would a company that is so resource-hungry as it is divert funding and personnel away from new models like Y or the Tesla truck to retool relatively low-volume flagship models?Now, Models S and X will continue to get minor updates, both in hardware and of course through software, but Musk also states that we shouldn’t expect even an interior re-do, despite the move away from the S and X’s more traditional interior layout to the more minimal style used on 3 and Y.In the long-term, it’s not clear how S and X fit into Tesla’s grand plans with all the robotaxis and semi-trucks and God knows what else Elon is cooking up. In the meantime though, they won’t be going anywhere, and if our own Tim Stevens’ recent review of the current Model S is anything to go by, that’s not a bad thing.Tesla didn’t had no further comment beyond Musk’s tweets. Comments 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous Share your voice More From Roadshow Tesla Model S Long Range pulls further ahead of the EV… 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value Tesla’s Model X gets artsy Tags 8:35 30 Photos Elon Musk Teslalast_img read more

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Will Chinas IPO Boom Weigh on Troubled Indian Stock Markets

first_imgConcerns deepen over troubled Indian stock markets as the China’s red-hot initial public offering (IPO) heats up further. Foreign investors appear to be preparing to pull out their money from Dalal Street and invest in lucrative IPOs in China.As many as 20 Chinese companies have lined up to issue IPOs this week amounting to $483.19 billion, intensifying worries of outflows from other countries including India.Impressive post-listing performance of Chinese IPOs has created frenzy among the investor community. In the past one year, all the IPOs have generated more than 40% returns on listing.”We have heard from sell-side brokers that some of the selling in India is attributable to the fact that Chinese markets have outperformed India,” Nilesh Shah, MD, Kotak Mutual Fund, told The Economic Times.Recent controversy over Minimum Alternate Tax (MAT) led to high volatility in domestic stock markets in recent trading sessions, as overseas investors aggressively sold their shares.Foreign investors have sold shares amounting to over $2 billion or nearly ₹14,000 crore in the past 15 trading sessions, NDTV Profit said.The Chinese securities regulator has been fast accelerating its nod for IPOs in a bid to cool down its skyrocketing stock market performance. Last Friday, the regulator approved a batch of IPOs for the second time in less than a month.”Regulators have said they would accelerate IPO approvals and we’re seeing it happen,” Zhang Chen, analyst at Shanghai-based Hongyi Investment, told Reuters.The Chinese authorities have been initiating many measures to curtail the speculative activity in its equity markets. Despite a sharp decline in recent sessions, the Chinese stocks still trade at multi-year highs, with a gain of 34% so far this year.The China’s Shanghai Composite Index is up 122% since January 2014, supported by increased buying by the retail investors.Will China’s IPOs Attract FIIs in India?Analysts see limited scope for foreign investors, who have their holding in Indian equities, to participate in the forthcoming $200 billion IPOs in China. The total share holdings of overseas investors in India stand at over $300 billion, so offloading a part of their holdings may offer a little liquidity to subscriber for Chinese IPOs.There is no evidence of ‘any large-scale’ selling of shares by foreign institutional investors (FIIs) so far although the Chinese IPO boom has started a few months back. Recent sell-off in Indian stock markets is largely due to uncertainty over retrospective tax and weak corporate earnings, Business Standard reported.Instead, China IPOs are having an impact on its own markets, with the benchmark index declining by around 10% in recent sessions. Investors are selling their shares to buy IPOs.However, with the Chinese equity market outperforming India’s, many global money managers are reshuffling their portfolios to include Chinese stocks.last_img read more

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What Happens When You Ask Santa For That Really LastMinute Gift

first_img X To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Listen 00:00 /00:59 Share – / 7In the days before Christmas, the real action isn’t at Santa’s workshop. It’s at Houston’s Amazon warehouse.Long aisles are filled with bids containing everything from household goods to electronics and even things like ugly Christmas sweaters. We get a tour of the sprawling warehouse from Amazon’s Allison Flicker.“Our Amazon associates who are working in the Prime Now hub are picking orders just a couple of minutes after customers place them,” explained Flicker.And if you live in the right spot here in Houston, and you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can have your purchases delivered as fast as one hour.“So when that happens they call out ‘one hour’ because you have to make sure you move super, super fast on that one,” said Flicker. “So the whole team kind of mobilizes to make sure that item gets out really, really fast.”Amazon has been providing one and two hour delivery in Houston for a couple of years now. But despite the facility’s central location, that service still isn’t available large parts of the area.We asked Amazon where they plan to roll out the service next. They’ll only say that they’re currently working on new locations. last_img read more

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White Oak Music Hall And Neighbors Reach Settlement Over Noise Complaint Suit

first_img To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Listen Share 00:00 /00:00 Xcenter_img Florian MartinWhite Oak Music Hall. Photo Florian Martin | Houston Public Media.White Oak Music Hall and neighbors in the Near Northside reached a settlement over noise complaints.  Neighbors sued the venue in late 2016 for making too much noise.The settlement stipulates that White Oak Music Hall follow certain noise restrictions for their outdoor performances.  The venue is installing real time sound monitoring that neighbors will be able to watch through a webcam.  If the venue breaks the agreement, the hall could be fined up to $15,000. The plaintiffs’ attorney Cris Feldman said the venue also has to comply with other rules, like stricter limitations on how late bands can play outdoors on school nights. “White Oak has to cut off on 9:30. No shows on STAR nights, STAR testing nights,” said Feldman, “That has been an issue in the past.” In a statement, Johnny So, Managing Partner of White Oak Music Hall said he is glad the issue has been resolved. “We think it is the quintessential definition of a compromise, with both groups agreeing on a middle-ground that addresses the plaintiffs’ concerns regarding outdoor event frequency, outdoor event volume, and even such things as school testing schedules.”@WhiteOakMH and Near Northside neighbors have reached a settlement on a noise complaint lawsuit. The settlement establishes a private sound ordinance that includes sound monitoring paid for by White Oak. @HoustonPubMedia pic.twitter.com/N8nCFNXOGo— Elizabeth Trovall (@elizTrovall) April 24, 2018last_img read more

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Earnings show less for lefthanded says study

first_img More information: Journal of Economic Perspectives, Volume 28, Number 4, Pages 193–212. pubs.aeaweb.org/doi/pdfplus/10.1257/jep.28.4.193 A recent attempt in that direction is a paper published in the Journal of Economic Perspectives, “The Wages of Sinistrality: Handedness, Brain Structure, and Human Capital Accumulation,” by Joshua Goodman, who holds a PhD in economics from Columbia University and is assistant professor at Harvard’s Kennedy School. Those looking for confirmation that left-handed people are more fortunate than right-handed people will not be heartened by Goodman’s research.About 12 percent of humans are left-handed, with higher rates for males than females. Goodman said that compared to righties, lefties score a tenth of a standard deviation lower on measures of cognitive skill and are not over-represented at the high end of the distribution. The key discussion point from his paper is that “Lefties exhibit economically and statistically significant human capital deficits relative to righties, even conditional on infant health and family background.” Really? One can relate handedness to what happens to the person in the labor market? Goodman said that the physical preference for one hand over the other may create a comparative advantage or disadvantage in the labor market. Handedness may indicate differential brain structure. “If the structure of lefties’ brains affects the accumulation of skills, this may be reflected in labor market outcomes and measures of productivity. Left-handed individuals might fare poorly in the labor market not due to the manual nature of left-handedness, but as a consequence of the underlying neurological wiring that leads to it.” He said his paper was the first to demonstrate that lefties have consistently lower labor market earnings than right-handed individuals. “The evidence on occupational choice suggests that the primary disadvantage of left-handedness is not manual but cognitive.” Goodman used five longitudinal datasets in his research and they included United States and British datasets.Lefties born to right-handed mothers have cognitive skills roughly two-tenths of a standard deviation lower than righties. Interestingly, lefties born to left-handed mothers exhibited no statistically significant cognitive skill deficits. He said, “Intriguingly, the right-handed children of left-handed mothers exhibit cognitive gaps similar to those of left-handed children. In short, mismatch between parental and child handedness appears to be a key factor in the association between handedness and cognitive deficits. This may suggest that nurture is an important component of the handedness penalty, though other explanations cannot be ruled out.”In the US sample, male lefties’ median annual earnings were $2,500 lower than those of male righties, a gap of roughly 9 percent. In the UK sample, male lefties earned £1,300 less a year than righties, a gap of roughly 5 percent. Both of these differences were statistically significant. In the US sample, female lefties earned $3,400 less than female righties, a 19 percent gap. The female UK sample was the only one not to exhibit a statistically significant earnings gap between lefties and righties, “although the regression-adjusted logarithmic specification shows a marginally significant left-handedness penalty of about 7 percent.”In his conclusion, Goodman said, “the paper leaves for future work the question of whether such gaps are caused by left-handedness or instead arise from other factors for which left-handedness is simply a proxy.” He also said that “handedness is generated by neurological wiring that may affect a number of important channels relevant to labor market outcomes.” The author thanked his left-handed wife for encouraging his work “even when the coefficients troubled her.” Much has been thrown at left-handed people—they are quick to anger, quickly scared and, with the exception of heads of state, are more or less life’s losers. Much too has been bestowed upon left-handed people—they are creative and score highly on certain tests. Obviously, scientists need to rely on more than popular notions to make connections, if any, between left-handed people and success. © 2014 Phys.org Citation: Earnings show less for left-handed, says study (2014, December 7) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2014-12-left-handed.htmlcenter_img What makes us left or right handed? New study rules out strong genetic factors This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Explore furtherlast_img read more

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VIDEO Tim Tebow blasted his 2nd career home run continues assault on

first_imgTim Tebow continued his assault on minor league pitching when he blasted his 2nd career home run in 3 games last night.Tebow’s 2nd blast was a no doubt, 3-run shot to right field in the 5th inning to extend the Columbia Fireflies’ lead to 6-0.No big deal, just another step towards baseball immortality. The new definition of “Tebowing” is crushing bombs.Tim Tebow with his second homerun of the season! It was a 3-run HR to Right Field. #LetsGlow pic.twitter.com/jrusDpU6EL— Columbia Fireflies (@ColaFireflies) April 9, 2017 Advertisementlast_img

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Love Costa Rica Music video celebrates countrys elections and democratic tradition

first_imgIt was only a matter of time before the 2014 election earned its own music video. The 13-candidate bonanza, which resulted in an unexpected runoff last Sunday, caused ripples of excitement through Costa Rica last week, especially among younger voters, who have been vocally disenfranchised with what they consider politics as usual.“El Día que Costa Rica Decidió Cambiar” (“The Day Costa Rica Decided to Change”) is the latest video to hit YouTube, after a notably video-studded election cycle. Produced by Oxygen Productions and featuring the music of Cocofunka, “El Día” is both a documentary of Election Day and a funk-infused tribute to Costa Rican democracy. Posted on Monday, the video had garnered about 3,800 views at the time of writing, including 97 thumbs-ups and only one thumbs-down.The video incorporates sound bites from diverse everyday citizens, as well as quick MTV-caliber shots of the Central Valley as voting took place. Echoing the Tico electoral process, the video is remarkably upbeat.We’ll see what they come up with for the second round of voting on April 6. Facebook Comments Related posts:Video: Opposition candidate Luis Guillermo Solís casts his ballot, encourages Ticos to vote Tico elections authority cites security concerns in decision to close polling station in Venezuela Non-career politician Luis Guillermo Solís wins Costa Rica presidential runoff in a landslide Solís wins big but bigger challenges may be ahead, say analystslast_img read more

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N3 collision claims toddlers life

first_imgOne of the accident victims, a two-year-old baby, later passed away in hospital in ‘High Care’ due to the extensive injuries sustained.Traffic could continue to flow, albeit with caution, as the vehicles involved in the accident occupied the emergency lane.N3TC, RTI, police and ambulance services responded to the scene.This accident took place about 200m away from the crash involving a bus and a truck in the early hours of this morning. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite A toddler has died after a rear-end collision between a light motor vehicle and a truck on the N3 close to the Tugela River this morning (December 3).There were 4 occupants in the car at the time of the collision. Two of the occupants sustained serious injuries.All of the injured were transported to hospital by emergency personnel.last_img read more

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Van Riebeeck Park accident shocker

first_imgA car overturned near Van Riebeeck Park on Sunday morning after the driver allegedly lost control.Emergency personnel responded, along with  RTI officers, who helped to control the early-morning traffic.Many concerned motorists stopped to see if anyone had been hurt and if they could help in any way.It took over an hour to clear the accident scene.One person was slightly injured. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsitelast_img

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Wednesdays One Minute Warm Up

first_imgTo get the blood pumping:Eastern Michigan showed great resolve last night while a lot of the country was glue to the election, coming back from down 21 in the first quarterHistoric night for Eastern Michigan Football, but our goal has yet to be fulfilled #LetsRoll pic.twitter.com/pBFEfaMjpP— EMU Football (@EMUFB) November 9, 2016 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Sponsored By Connatix Something everyone can agree on from last night (and perhaps the only thing)Can Corso just come out and put on a Trump or Hillary head so I can go to bed? #Elections2016 @CollegeGameDay @sam_ponder— analogrob (@AnalogRob) November 9, 2016Former Michigan player Taylor Lewan saw a distraight young fan after the Titans recent loss and went over and provided him with the moment of a lifetimeTaylor Lewan consoles a young Titans fan after a close loss to the Chargers. This is why I love sports pic.twitter.com/uEfx0kQjtv— Kent Murphy (@KentMurphy) November 9, 2016Gotta love fake GrudenI’ll tell ya what. Electoral College can sure put up some major points on offense. I’m not sure why these guys aren’t ranked, man. Wow.— Jon Gruden (@Faux_Gruden) November 9, 2016The quote of the day”Circumstances don’t dictate behavior”— Doug Samuels (@CoachSamz) November 9, 2016Looking to build a championship culture?ICYMI: 2 New Videos on #Pillar2 1) Ask The Right Questions –> https://t.co/djT7ZXFkGn2) The 7 Essentials –> https://t.co/uJZreLE3v0 pic.twitter.com/Suoy9wVsdX— Brian Cain (@BrianCainPeak) November 9, 2016The best from yesterday:Which current FBS head coaches would make the best presidential candidate?Where every conference title race stands with 3 weeks until Championship SaturdayReport: NCAA will not drop the sledgehammer on Baylorlast_img read more

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