APTN National NewsIt’s a setback for chiefs in the Maritimes as a five-year court battle came to an end Thursday.Mi’kmaq and Maliseet leaders fought Ottawa’s plan to reform on-reserve social assistance.They asked the Supreme Court of Canada to hear the case.APTN’s Trina Roache has the story.
Ciro Immobile was buzzing after helping his side Lazio to overcome SPAL in what he deemed as a great all round performanceImmobile bagged a brace in the 4-1 demolition of SPAL after a 3-0 home defeat to Inter, as the battle for fourth place hots up.“We put in a great performance, as we had to react after that ugly game against Inter. We must continue like this, as positive results boost confidence and our position in the table,” the striker told Football Italia.“The criticism was understandable, as people expect a lot from this team and we showed signs of maturity with our victory.Ciro Immobile relieved to end Italy goal-drought Andrew Smyth – September 9, 2019 Striker Ciro Immobile was a relieved man after finally ending his two-year Italy goal-drought during Sunday’s 2-1 win over Finland.“It pushes us up the table and keeps us on track, but the important thing is to keep a close eye on ourselves rather than the other teams.“I want to dedicate the goals to my wife, who always follows me, even on away games, and to tell her that I love her very much.”Up next for Lazio is a clash with Marseille in the Europa League.
Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Last updated on February 18th, 2019 at 11:13 amThe National Weather Service out of Anchorage has issued a blizzard warning for most of the Kenai Peninsula. Total snow accumulations of 1 to 4 inches are expected. Sean Baines Meteorologist: “Essentially what we are looking at is snow is expected to accumulate this afternoon and the winds will pick up overnight. The snow with the winds will produce white out conditions.” The advisory is in effect starting at midnight tonight until 6am on Saturday. The advisory includes the cities of Kenai, Soldotna, Homer, and Cooper Landing. Travel will be very difficult. While the worst conditions will occur overnight, snow showers and gustywinds will persist in Homer and vicinity through at least midday Saturday, so occasional visibilities down to one half mile may persist. Blizzard conditions expected. Southwest winds gusting as high as 35 mph will cause whiteout conditions in blowing snow. Significant drifting of the snow is likely.
Additional officers were on the road during the holidays to discourage Alaskans from participating in ‘risky’ behaviors like driving while under the influence and speeding. Tim Despain, Spokesman with the Troopers:“There are certain times of the year, including the holiday season, that there tends to be more people traveling and attending parties. Certainly there can be an increase in impaired drivers on the road.” – 39 misdemeanor DUI arrests, 0 felony DUI Arrests– 13 drivers charged with driving with a suspended or revoked license– 64 REDDIs reported with 15 drivers contacted and ultimately determined not to be DUI– 212 damage only crashes, 18 injury crashes, & 2 fatal collisions were investigated by troopers– Of the 754 citations issued, 253 were issued for speeding and 12 issued for seatbelt or other occupant restraint violations Other highlights from this year’s patrols: Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaska State Troopers issued 754 citations during their Holiday Enforcement Campaign, which ran from December 13th, 2018, through January 2nd, 2019.
BNP senior leader Moudud Ahmed. Prothom Alo File PhotoAfter being attacked reportedly by the supporters of his opponents, BNP candidate for Noakhali-5 seat Moudud Ahmed on Monday decided not to carry out any electioneering until his security is ensured.”I’ve decided to withdraw myself from election campaign after being subjected to a serious attack today (Monday),” he told UNB over phone.Moudud, a BNP standing committee member, said he already informed the returning officer and army officials here about the incident. “I told them I won’t carry out electioneering until adequate security for my life is ensured.”Narrating the attack on him, the BNP leader said he was going to carry out election campaign at Natunbazar around 11am. “As my motorcade reached the bazar area, a group of ruling party activists equipped with rods and sticks attacked us and starting vandalising my car and another vehicle of my motorcade. They badly damaged the two vehicles.”He alleged that he could have died the way the ruling party men attacked his vehicle. “Allah saved me, but my five followers were injured badly. “It’s a matter of wonder they attacked a candidate like me.”Moudud said the ruling party activists also attacked his supporters at Chaprashirhat, leaving many of them injured. “After such attacks, I returned home stopping electioneering as my life is not safe.”
From jadau jewellery to diamond ones, this festive season make sure you are flaunting the pieces that are in trend.Designers list some trends in jewellery. Jadau jewellery: Jadau seems to be a new jewellery trend for this season, be it the wedding or the festival season. Rewind to the era of the Maharani with oversized jadau gold sets. Also, jadau chaandbalis and multilayer jadau jhumkas are a preferred choice for this festive season.Diamond jewellery: Diamonds can never go out of trend; they are back again but with a twist to embrace this festive season. Delicate diamond necklaces and earrings, diamond cuffs with rubies and other gemstone are perfect to add grace and elegance to your look. Diamond chokers are an appropriate option for those women who are looking for making a bold statement. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfPearl jewellery: Pearls are universally flattering. They bring light to the face and look great with any outfit. Multi-string pearl necklace, pearl chokers and bracelets add a surreal charm to your festive outfit. Baroque pearls too are very much in trend this season for their uniqueness in hues and shapes.Diamond chokers: Layering with lots of simple thin choker is a great way to elevate with any outfit. Chokers studded with ethereal sea pearls, diamond, rubies, or emeralds are a great choice to complement any ensemble- be it contemporary, modern. A glitzy choker necklace drenched in diamond is an elegant way to play with this trend.Uncut polki with pastel meenakari: Polki with pastel meenakari are in trend this festive season. It gives a traditional and royal look to every modern woman. It gives balance between trendy and traditional.
Ericsson has opened a new broadcast and media services facility in Boulogne-Billancourt, near Paris, that will house a 3,000 square meter TV facility. At launch, the Mediadome centre will manage production, post-production and distribution of 30 television channels, as well as non-linear, on-demand services.It will also house the offices of the Canal+ Overseas business.Ericsson said the new centre is part of the company’s strategy to grow its business in France to support “the ongoing transformation of the broadcast and media services industry.”“For Ericsson, it is very important to be close to our customers while providing them with the benefits of the global scale and capability of our company,” said Thorsten Sauer, head of broadcast and media services at Ericsson.“Viewers increasingly have the opportunity to watch their favourite content on a smartphone or tablet – wherever they are and whenever they want. This is having a significant impact on media consumption patterns and is driving rapid development in broadcast technologies. As a leading provider in this area, Ericsson offers a wide range of services to support this transformation. Mediadome is a landmark in this development and our capability strategy.”The Mediadome was opened yesterday at a ceremony that was attended by Mikael Damberg, Sweden’s minister for enterprise and innovation.
Laurent DumeauYouth-skewed channel provider Trace TV has signed a four-year production and distribution deal with Inverleigh Media Holdings to provide sport-related entertainment content for its Trace Sports Stars network.The partnership will see Inverleigh produce over 100 hours of original content a year for broadcast on the Trace Sport Stars international channels.The company has previously commissioned Inverleigh to produce a range of programming including its National Icons and Football Stars formats.In addition to production, Trace has appointed DSI by Inverleigh as its exclusive worldwide distribution partner to represent Sport Stars’ programming catalogue for acquisition over the next four years.Trace said that the joining of its own and Inverleigh catalogues for distribution represents “the most significant and diverse sportainment library globally”.Inverleigh director Matt Whytcross said: “Broadcasters have recognised the appeal of sport entertainment making it an increasingly important component of schedules over the past 12-24 months. Trace and Inverleigh have, in parallel, been pioneers in this genre which makes this alliance a natural progression in a long-term association.”Laurent Dumeau, Trace Sport Stars CEO, said: “We are delighted to renew our production partnership with Inverleigh, following a successful three-year collaboration. Inverleigh is an exciting company, committed to delivering new, original, high-quality programming, in line with the Trace Sport Stars youth audience’s expectation. The distribution deal followed naturally; having an extensive knowledge of our channel and its catalogue, and numerous years’ experience in production and content commercialisation, I’m confident that Inverleigh is the relevant partner to succeed in strengthening not only the Trace Sport Stars leadership as the number one channel dedicated to sport celebrities but also as a major provider of sportainment content to broadcasters worldwide.”
France’s TF1 Group has put the final piece in place to secure universal fixed-line IPTV distribution after striking a deal with Iliad Telecom/Free.As with previous deals, TF1 said the agreement with Free covered both its linear channels and associated non-linear services, with Free subscribers set to benefit from “innovative functionality” from new services.The agreement covers catch-up services on the MYTF1 service, with extended windows for content, the availability of some programmes in an avant-première window ahead of their airing on terrestrial TV and unspecified advanced functionality that will “allow free to launch new services”.In addition, the deal will bring two time-shifted channels to Free customers – TF1+1 and TMC+1 – later this year, as well as event-based programming in 4K UHD.The carriage deal also covers digital channels TV Breizh, Ushaïa TV, Histoire and TFOU Max.TF1 did not reveal terms of the agreement, which appears to bring Free into line with other fixed-line service providers that have made concessions to secure an agreement.The broadcaster had been in dispute with IPTV providers Orange and Free along with pay TV operator Canal+ over its demand for retransmission fees for the carriage of its channels, having earlier struck carriage agreements with Bouygues Telecom – with which it has a shared owner in the form of Bouygues Group – and Altice France/SFR, which has itself called for retransmission fees for its own channels.TF1 struck an agreement with Orange in March after a long dispute with the operator, leaving Free as the only hold-out among fixed-line telecom players.The broadcaster has yet to strike a deal with Canal+, which briefly suspended broadcasting TF1’s channels in March.TF1’s agreement with Free also follows a deal between the IPTV provider and the country’s other main commercial broadcaster M6 Group, which had also demanded retransmission fees. That deal meant that M6 has struck agreements with all the main distributors in France, including Canal+.