Anandasangaree wins Canadian polls

Gary Anandasangaree, son of Tamil United Liberation Front (TULF) Secretary General V. Anandasangaree, has won the new riding of Scarborough-Rouge Park for the Liberal party, beating the Conservatives after the party dropped candidate Jerry Bance late in the campaign.Anandasangaree surged ahead of the the other candidates with an overwhelming majority of the vote. Conservative Leslyn Lewis came in a distant second, followed by NDP candidate Rev. Kantharatnam Shanthikumar, Global News reported. The riding is brand new in this election and was created by combing pieces of three others: the eastern portion of what used to be Scarborough-Rouge River, the Scarborough portion of the former Pickering-Scarborough East and part of Scarborough-Guildwood.Scarborough-Rouge Park stretches from York region south to Lake Ontario. The departure of Bance left the party scrambling to find a new candidate late in the race, opting for Lewis as a fill-in candidate. The riding was thought to be a close three-way race, but Bance was dropped in September after he was reportedly caught on camera urinating in a coffee cup in 2012 in a highly publicized scandal. If the boundaries were the same in the 2011 federal election, voters would have voted 34.8 per cent Liberal, 31.6 per cent Conservative, and 31 per cent NDP. (Colombo Gazette) read more

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Fifth Japanese auto supplier charged with price fixing agrees to pay 20

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by News Staff Posted Apr 23, 2012 7:26 pm MDT DETROIT – A Tokyo-based auto supplier has agreed to pay a $20 million criminal fine and co-operate with the U.S. government’s ongoing investigation into price fixing in the industry.According to a one-count felony charge filed Monday in federal court in Detroit, Fujikura Ltd. was involved in a conspiracy to rig bids and fix prices for auto parts from January 2006 to at least February 2010.Fujikura sold automotive wire harnesses, which control the car’s electric components. The parts were sold to automakers in the U.S. and elsewhere.Fujikura is the fifth Japanese company charged as part of the Justice Department’s investigation. G.S. Electech Inc., Yazaki Corp., Furukawa Electric Co. and Denso Corp. have all pleaded guilty to similar charges and have been ordered to pay about $750 million in fines combined. Fifth Japanese auto supplier charged with price fixing, agrees to pay $20 million fine read more

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South Carolina And Oregon Took Unlikely Roads To The Final Four

Oregon was supposed to be doomed by Chris Boucher’s season-ending knee injury. South Carolina wasn’t supposed to go deep into the tournament, especially after the Gamecocks lost their first game in the SEC tournament, a quarterfinal matchup. So how’d these two programs end up in the Final Four? In the video above, FiveThirtyEight sports editor Chadwick Matlin walks us through their journeys and talks about just how improbable they’ve been.

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Audi driver dies after driving the wrong way down the M4 motorway

first_imgA motorist has died after driving the wrong way down a motorway.The driver of a black Audi A3 was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash on the M4 in Wiltshire at around 10.40pm on Sunday night.Police are appealing for witnesses to the crash, which also left another driver being rushed to hospital with serious injuries.Officers said the Audi A3 somehow entered the eastbound carriageway of the M4 between junction 16 for Swindon West and junction 17 for Chippenham.The Audi A3 headed west towards Bristol on the eastbound section of the road, and collided with several cars before a head-on collision with an Audi A4.”The driver of the Audi A3 died at the scene,” said PC Jay Clifton, of the Tri-force roads policing unit.”The driver of the Audi A4 was conveyed to Southmead Hospital in Bristol with serious injuries that are not thought to be life-threatening,” he added.The M4 between junction 17 and 16 in north Wiltshire was closed for seven hours to carry out an investigations. “Police are keen to trace any witnesses to the incident,” added PC Clifton.”Any persons with information are asked to call 101 and ask for the Tri-Force Investigations Unit. 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.last_img read more

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Caribbean Foreign Ministers pledge support to Guyanas sovereignty

Foreign Service Ministers from across the Caribbean have reiterated their unequivocal support for the maintenance and safeguarding of Guyana’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge [second right] poses with his CARICOM counterparts at the COFCOR meeting in the Bahamas on Tuesday.According to the Department of Public Information (DPI), at the 21st Meeting of the Council for Foreign and Community Relations (COFCOR) of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) convened in Nassau, Bahamas on Monday, ministers noted that the decision of the United Nation (UN) Secretary-General to refer the issue to the International Court of Justice (ICJ), is in accordance with the principles and purposes of the United Nations Charter. They also believe that it is intended to bring a peaceful and definitive settlement to a longstanding controversy.Guyana’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge attended the two-day conference between May 7th and 8th under the Chairmanship of the Bahamas Minister of Foreign Affairs, Darren Allen Henfield.On March 29, Minister Greenidge, on behalf of the government, submitted its application to the ICJ, requesting the court to confirm the legal validity and binding effect of the 1899 Arbitral Award regarding the boundary between Guyana and Venezuela.Venezuela is contending that the 1899 Arbitral Award giving rights to Guyana over its territorial boundary is null and void.The longstanding controversy started during the second half of the nineteenth century, between Venezuela and Great Britain over the location of the border between its colony of British Guiana and the Spanish-speaking country. It continued until an Arbitral Tribunal was empanelled in 1897 to determine the borders and issued an Arbitral Award on October 3, 1899.However, Venezuela has criticised the decision stating only the 1966 Geneva Convention can reach a peaceful solution. The two countries, under the 1966 Geneva Agreement, turned to the UN Secretary-General to resolve what became a controversy under the Charter of the UN. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedBorder Controversy: CARICOM Heads reiterate unswerving support for Guyana’s sovereignty, territorial integrityJuly 7, 2018In “Court”Guyana to advocate for border resolution – at UN General AssemblySeptember 14, 2016In “latest news”CARICOM reaffirms support for Guyana’s sovereignty, territorial integrity in face of Venezuela threatDecember 26, 2018In “Environment” read more

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Majority of PPP MPs have submitted declarations to Integrity Commission Opposition

…says public officials with beneficial ownerships should be investigated Opposition Leader, Dr Bharrat JagdeoThe majority of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Members of Parliament (MP) have already submitted their declarations to the Integrity Commission, according to the Party’s leader, Dr Bharrat Jagdeo.Last month, Chairman of the Commission, Kumar Duraisami, had disclosed that only some MPs had so far submitted their declarations to the Commission, which is responsible for ensuring that public officials declare their assets annually, as required under the law.Duraisami, an attorney and former Land Court Judge, had disclosed a total of 1296 letters and declaration forms sent out to public officers – 69 to the National Assembly; 407 to the various Ministries; 242 to the 10 administrative regions and 576 to the various constitutional agencies. However, only 248 forms were returned to the Commission.However, the Integrity Commission Chairman could not say specifically at the time how many Parliamentarians had complied and sent in their declarations. Noting that MPs are not the only ones with outstanding declarations, Duraisami said an additional two-month extension has been given to allow those who are required to declare their assets to do so.But Jagdeo told reporters at his weekly press briefing on Thursday that he had urged the Party’s MPs to try to get their declarations in before the end of October. However, he noted that most of the parliamentarians have been out in the field preparing for the upcoming Local Government Elections.“[But] it’s already November 1, so I have to check now how many managed to [do so] but definitely before Local Government Elections, all our members of Parliament would have submitted their statements to the Integrity Commission. I did so about two weeks ago…,” Jagdeo stated.The Opposition Leader’s comments came as he was responding to questions about beneficial ownership. Jagdeo believes that public officials who have shares in companies should declare same to the Integrity Commission.“You should state there [at the Integrity Commission declaration] whether you have holdings etc. But sometimes, you know, they do it through third parties so that’s why you have to trace it. We don’t have the capability of doing it because we, the PPP, have limited funds and staff, and so on…,” the Opposition Leader stated.According to Jagdeo, his party has received information of several public officials with beneficial ownerships.One such case, he said, is a senior official at the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) being a part owner of a company that is reportedly getting contracts in another agency.“He is a key figure in GECOM and the contracts are not all above board so if you start tracing some of the contracts, you would find some of the linkages of individuals,” he stated.Another instance, the Opposition Leader highlighted is the several hundred million dollars in supplementary funds that were sought for increase in fees to security services. However, Jagdeo said he does not believe that the security guards benefit from these increases.“We want to know whether this money will get into the pockets of the security guards but we suspect not, because we have started doing some investigations as to who the principals are… and you will see a direct link between some people in Government now and beneficial ownership,” he asserted.Furthermore, Jagdeo posited that the concept of “borrowing over the budget” was clear during Wednesday’s sitting of the National Assembly when Minister Dr Rupert Roopnaraine was answering questions on a leaning college building and for which corrective works were way in excess of what the original contract cost.“So you can bid for $10 million now, and work for Government, and by the time you finish working, you get $90 million but you only bid on $10 million with the other competitors because they varied the contract throughout, this time they claiming that they finish the building and the building leaned so you had to get another $50 million to go back to the foundation,” he noted. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedOpposition MPs will submit declarations, but Govt MPs must also comply – JagdeoOctober 12, 2018In “latest news”Integrity Commission could soon be functional following Opposition leader’s approval of nomineesFebruary 8, 2018In “latest news”‘Kaieteur News misled Guyanese for many years, we won’t allow it again’ says PPP/COctober 13, 2018In “latest news” read more

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Roland Mikler to play again in Szeged – Appelgren iwas replacement

Mikael AppelgrenRoland Mikler Roland Mikler will change club’s colors at the end of the current contract with Telekom Veszprem in June 2019, according to several sources.The 34-years old Hungarian goalkeeper decided to come back to Szeged, in the club with whom he made a great step forward to the TOP goalkeeper’s class in period between 2010 and 2014.Mikler reinforced Veszprem in 2014, where in his first season was elected for the best EHF Champions League goalkeeper.He could play again with his former team-mate from Veszprem, Mirko Alilovic, who came to Szeged this summer with three-years contract until 2021.Another Pick Szeged goalie Marin Sego has valid contract until June 2019.There is no certain info about the replacement for Roland Mikler in Veszprem, who will join Arpad Sterbik between the posts. There are rumours that it could be Swedish Mikael Appelgren from Rhein Neckar Lowen, but also plans could change after Ljubomir Vranjes left Hungarian team.    ← Previous Story Nikolay Stepanec overtakes “hot bench” in Zaporozhye Next Story → Chambery Savoie and Fahrudin Melic together until 2022 read more

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Englands legend Gordon Banks dies aged 81

first_imgEngland’s World Cup-winning goalkeeper Gordon Banks has died, aged 81.Banks a former Leicester City and Stoke City player was part of the Alf Ramsey’s team that claimed glory on home soil for the Three Lions in 1966.Widely known as one of the best goalkeepers in the history of the game, Banks produced one of the World Cup’s most iconic moments four years later by pulling off an astonishing reaction save to keep out a header from Brazil great Pele in Mexico City.One of the best saves in World Cup and football history.Rest in peace, Gordon Banks.— FourFourTwo ⚽️ (@FourFourTwo) February 12, 2019Banks helped Stoke to the League Cup in 1972, the club’s only major honour and one he won with Leicester eight years earlier, before a car accident in October of that year cost him the sight in his right eye.Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedLiverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.A statement from Banks’ family, published on Stoke’s website, read: “It is with great sadness that we announce that Gordon passed away peacefully overnight.“We are devastated to lose him but we have so many happy memories and could not have been more proud of him.“We would ask that the privacy of the family is respected at this time.”We’re deeply saddened to hear that Gordon Banks, our #WorldCup-winning goalkeeper, has passed away.Our thoughts are with Gordon’s friends, family and supporters at this difficult time.— England (@England) February 12, 2019last_img read more

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About 1800 women were secretly recorded at Sharp Grossmont Hospital

first_imgAbout 1,800 women were secretly recorded at Sharp Grossmont Hospital Posted: April 9, 2019 KUSI Newsroom LA MESA (KUSI) – Sharp Grossmont Hospital’s former chief of anesthesia said today that he can corroborate claims, alleged in a recently filed lawsuit, that around 1,800 female patients were secretly recorded during sensitive medical procedures in the hospital’s women’s center.Dr. Patrick Sullivan alleges that he was forced out of the hospital after bringing his concerns to Sharp leadership that women were being surreptitiously filmed in 2012 and 2013 while undergoing a wide range of procedures such as childbirth and hysterectomies.A lawsuit filed against the hospital last month on behalf of around 80 women alleges that around 1,800 patients were recorded, a figure Sullivan alleges is accurate.Sharp President and CEO Chris Howard, in a statement issued on April 4, said cameras were installed in the operating rooms at the women’s center inorder to combat a series of thefts of the powerful anesthetic propofol, as well as operating room equipment.Howard stated that while the cameras “were intended to record only individuals in front of the anesthesia carts, others, including patients and medical personnel in the operating rooms, were at times visible to the cameras and recorded without sound.”The hospital maintains that the recordings were only made in connection with the drug/equipment thefts investigation and have not been used again, though it acknowledged that at least some the videos still exist.The video footage is “kept in a secured safe in our security department” and copies have been provided “to third parties in response to legal processes or specific patient authorizations or requests.”While the exact number of videos the hospital made is uncertain, Sullivan alleges that a “male security guard has reviewed at least 6,966 video clips between February and June 2013” and estimated that “They reviewed another 14,000 clips between July 2012 and February 2013.”About half of the recordings were deleted when operating room computers were “refreshed” in 2013, according to the lawsuit.Howard stated that as a result of the hospital’s investigation into the propofol thefts, “the individual who we believed was improperly removing the drugs” was identified and “is no longer affiliated with Sharp HealthCare.”Sullivan alleges that after he informed hospital leadership about the cameras, it took “more than 100 days” before the hospital stopped making therecordings. In the interim, Sullivan said he and other doctors covered the camera lenses with tape.Sullivan alleges that he discovered cameras in the women’s center again in January 2016, photographed them and believes “they are still there tothis day, though Sharp claims they are not operational.”He also claims that there were no propofol thefts at the hospital, but rather anesthesiologists were using the women’s center’s inventory of propofol due to a national shortage of the drug.Sullivan filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the hospital in 2017, claiming that he was forced to resign after bringing up the recordings, which led hospital staff to “harass, intimidate, embarrass and retaliate” against him, including falsely accusing him of inappropriately touching a nurse.“In response to the national attention focused on the secret recordings of women during their most private moments at Sharp Grossmont Hospital, I want the world to know their claims are absolutely valid,” Sullivan said.A class action lawsuit regarding the recordings was filed against the hospital in 2016 on behalf of a patient who alleged she was filmed while undergoing an emergency Caesarean section in late 2012.The suit alleged that around 15,000 videos were made of women’s center patients, capturing them “while they were emotionally and physically exposed.” April 9, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, Categories: Health, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

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John Laird County commissioner races remain highly unsettled

first_imgCaution No. 1! Do not misinterpret what happened Tuesday as an election. It was a primary. Big difference.Ask Pam Brokaw. Four years ago, she was the top vote-getter in her primary race for county commissioner, with a seemingly healthy lead of 12 percentage points over Tom Mielke. Three months later, Mielke beat Brokaw by 207 votes in the general election. So much for momentum from the primary.Caution No. 2! Remember that, in county commissioner races, the finalists are just barely out of the starting blocks. Actually, they have to go back and start over. Voting in the primary is only districtwide for county commissioners, while voting for those positions in the general election is countywide.Although Mielke, a Republican, and Democrat Joe Tanner are advancing in District 1 (Battle Ground and most of north county) and Republicans David Madore and Marc Boldt appear to have advanced in District 2 (much of Vancouver east of Interstate 205, plus Orchards, Camas and Washougal), we have yet to hear from voters in District 3 (Vancouver and parts of Hazel Dell). Those voters will join the Nov. 6 polling for county commissioners. One powerful variable: District 3 is markedly more Democratic than the other two districts.(The county commissioner District 3 post, won by Democrat Steve Stuart in 2010, will be on the ballot in 2014.)Caution No. 3! If you think the local electorate spoke loudly and clearly last Tuesday, you’re sadly mistaken. Turnout in the primary was about 30 percent. In the Nov. 6 presidential election, local turnout will probably be over 80 percent. In 2008, local turnout was 37.9 percent in the primary, then it soared to 85.3 percent in the fall presidential election.Waiting for casual votersCaution No. 4! Do not discount the value of casual voters. We can assume that the relatively low turnout in the primary included hard-core, battle-worn, intensely motivated partisans in both parties. We can also assume that the new folks on the dance floor in November will be ordinary people who don’t spend every waking hour firing off incendiary online comments about politics.last_img read more

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Sudan civil disobedience campaign enters day two

first_imgSudanese people wait for health treatments at a hospital in Khartoum`s twin city of Omdurman, as doctors took part in the second day of a nationwide civil disobedience campaign called to pressure the ruling military into handing over power, on 10 June, 2019. Photo: AFPA nationwide civil disobedience campaign by Sudanese protesters entered a second day on Monday, as the authorities released three prominent rebels detained after a crackdown that left dozens dead.Some shops opened and buses plied the streets of Khartoum, but much of the capital remained shut.An internet blackout and power outages made communication difficult.The ruling military council announced that security forces on the streets would be boosted after four people were killed in clashes on Sunday — two in Khartoum and two in Omdurman, just across the Nile river.The disobedience campaign comes a week after a deadly raid on protesters in the capital left dozens dead, and almost two months since the April 11 ouster of longtime ruler Omar al-Bashir following months of protests.Protesters had set up roadblocks across many areas of the capital that the ruling generals have vowed to remove in order to bring “life to normal”.Several shops, fuel stations and some branches of private banks were open in Khartoum on Monday, an AFP correspondent who toured the capital said.Public transport buses were also ferrying passengers, while more vehicles and people were seen on the capital’s streets than the previous day.But most parts of the capital and its key business districts remained closed as shopkeepers, traders and employees opted to remain indoors.- ‘I have to work’ -Those who ventured out said they had to earn their livelihood.”If I work it does not mean that I don’t support the revolution,” said bus driver Abdulmajid Mohamed.”I have to work to support my family or else we will have no money.”State television reported Monday that Yasir Arman, deputy chief of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North which is part of the protest movement, was released along with two other leading rebels from the group, Ismail Jalab and Mubarak Ardol.Arman arrived in Khartoum in late May to take part in talks with the ruling generals but was seized two days after the crackdown began.Jalab and Ardol were detained after meeting visiting Ethiopian prime minister Abiy Ahmed in Khartoum on Friday for talks aimed at reviving negotiations.The generals have blamed protesters for a deterioration in security in Khartoum and across the country.”The Alliance for Freedom and Change (umbrella protest movement) is fully responsible for recent unfortunate incidents… including blocking roads which is violating international humanitarian laws,” lieutenant general Jamaleddine Omar said on state television late Sunday.”The Military Council has decided to reinforce the presence of armed forces, RSF and other regular forces to help normal life return,” the council member said, including the feared Rapid Support Forces, blamed by witnesses for the killings last week as a sit-in protest outside army headquarters was cleared.He said security forces would provide “security to isolated civilians, reopen roads and facilitate the mobility of people, public and private transport and protect markets and strategic state installations”.- ‘Lose our country’ -Some residents called for the generals and protester leaders to narrow their differences.”The two have to find common ground because if the situation continues like this, I’m worried we will lose our country,” said Issa Omar, an employee at a workshop in Khartoum.The death toll since the crackdown began on June 3 has reached 118, according to a doctors committee linked to the protesters who are pressing the military to hand over power to a civilian administration.The health ministry, for its part, says 61 people died nationwide in last week’s crackdown, 49 of them from “live ammunition” in Khartoum.The Central Committee for Sudanese Doctors blamed forces supporting the ruling generals for the deaths on Sunday.The Sudanese Professionals Association, which first launched protests against Bashir in December, has said the disobedience campaign would continue until power is transferred to a civilian government.last_img

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7Zip 1806 file archiver released

first_img7-Zip 18.06 file archiver released by Martin Brinkmann on December 31, 2018 in Software – Last Update: December 31, 2018 – 24 commentsThe developer of the open source file archiver 7-Zip, Igor Pavlov, released 7-Zip 18.06 yesterday to the stable channel.The new version of the file archiver is the third and final release of 2018; check out our reviews of 7-Zip 18.01 and 7-Zip 18.05 for a full rundown on changes in 2018.The new version of 7-Zip is available as a download for Windows and other supported operating systems on the official website. Existing installations of 7-Zip can be upgraded to the new version by installing 7-Zip 18.06 over the existing installation.Windows users who prefer portable software can download a portable copy of the file archiver instead.7-Zip 18.06The official changelog lists the following changes and improvements.The speed for LZMA/LZMA2 compressing was increased by 3-10%, and there are minor changes in compression ratio.Some bugs were fixed.The bug in 7-Zip 18.02-18.05 was fixed: there was memory leak in xz decoder.7-Zip 18.02-18.05 used only one CPU thread for bz2 archive creation.The two main new features in 7-Zip 18.06 are compression performance improvements for the LZMA and LZMA2 compression formats, and the fixing of a memory leak in the xz decoder.Igor Pavlov describes the performance improvements in the following way:There is some prefetching for memory access that can provide faster match finding for LZ part. And there are some additional speed optimizations in optimal LZ parsing code. Also the size of LZMA2 chunk in compressed form is smaller now: it’s 48 KiB instead of 56 KiB in previous versions of LZMA2 encoder.Closing Words7-Zip users who work with the mentioned formats will benefit from the upgrade; it is unclear which bugs are fixed besides that. I did not run into any issues running 7-Tip 18.06 on a Windows 10 Pro version 1809 system.I still prefer the file archiver Bandizip over other archiving solutions such as 7-Zip or WinRAR.Now You: do you use 7-Zip or another file archiver?SummaryArticle Name7-Zip 18.06 file archiver releasedDescriptionThe developer of the open source file archiver 7-Zip, Igor Pavlov, released 7-Zip 18.06 yesterday to the stable channel.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

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Koala joey emerges at Taronga Western Plains Zoo

first_imgSource = Taronga Western Plains Zoo Spring has sprung as Koala joey emerges from pouchKoala joey emerges at Taronga Western Plains ZooKeepers at Taronga Western Plains Zoo are delighted to report early sightings of a male Koala joey that is now just over five months old and starting to emerge from its mother’s pouch.The yet to be named Koala joey is the third offspring for mother, Wild Girl who is displaying very positive nurturing behaviours.“We are really happy with how both mother and joey are doing. Wild Girl is an experienced mother and is showing all the right maternal behaviours,” said Keeper, Denyell Woodhouse.Wild Girl arrived at the Zoo’s Wildlife Hospital after being hit by a car.Unfortunately because of her injuries she couldn’t be released. She joined the Zoo’s Koala group in early 2013 and has since played an important role in the breeding program.“This is the first Koala joey to emerge from its mother’s pouch this season, and we are hopeful of having at least one more Koala joey emerge in the coming months,” said Denyell.“At present visitors need to have a keen eye to spot the joey when it is out of the pouch, as it clings to the underside of Wild Girl however, as it grows and the weather warms up, it will start to be more visible and active.”Koala joeys stay with their mother for up to 12 months of age. They will start to roam further and further away from their mother as they reach this age, exploring their surroundings before becoming fully independent.A great time to see the Koala joey in the Aussie Walkthrough exhibit is at the daily keeper talk at 2:30pm.Taronga Western Plains Zoo is located in Central Western NSW and is open every day from 9am – 4pm. For more information visit or 6881 1400. Taronga Western Plains Zoolast_img read more

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Thirtyseven refugees picked up in Kato Pyrgos

first_imgThirty-seven refugees, 35 men and two underage girls, were picked up by police in Kato Pyrgos in the early hours of Sunday, state radio reported.The migrants, who is is believed travelled by boat from Mersin in Turkey, had gone ashore in the north at Limnitis and walked the two and a half hours to cross into Kato Pyrgos where they were picked up and brought to the Polis police station for processing.They were then due to be taken to the Kokkinotrimithia facility in Nicosia.You May LikePlarium I Vikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 minute and see why everyone is addictedPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GameUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoGundry MD Total Restore SupplementU.S. Cardiologist: It’s Like a Pressure Wash for Your InsidesGundry MD Total Restore SupplementUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)UndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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