DUBLIN, IRELAND – APRIL 28: Greig Laidlaw, Captain of Edinbutgh is tackled by Craig Gilroy of Ulster during the Heineken Cup semi final match between Ulster and Edinburgh at Aviva Stadium on April 28, 2012 in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images) “Edinburgh rugby has taken a positive step forward. The player talent is stunning. There’s young guys coming through who are exceptional, but we also have international players that have a burning desire to win, and we saw that today.”Top statsUlster have appeared in just two semi-finals – and have won both. They faced Stade Francais at Ravenhill in 1999, winning 33-27 before going on to beat Colomiers 21-6 in the final. They will face the winner of Sunday’s Clermont v Leinster at Twickenham. Connacht fans will be cheering for an all-Ireland final, as if one of their fellow provinces lifts the trophy, they will earn them a spot in next year’s tournament.ULSTER: Stefan Terblanche; Andrew Trimble, Darren Cave, Paddy Wallace, Craig Gilroy; Paddy Jackson, Ruan Pienaar; Tom Court (Paddy McAllister 77), Rory Best, Declan Fitzpatrick (Adam Macklin 65), Johann Muller (capt), Dan Tuohy, Stephen Ferrism(Lewis Stevenson 77), Willie Faloon (Robbie Diack 73), Pedrie Wannenburg.Not used: Nigel Brady, Paul Marshall, Ian Humphreys, Adam D’Arcy.Try: Wannenburg. Con: Pienaar. Pens: Pienaar (5)EDINBURGH: Tom Brown; Lee Jones (Jim Thompson 70), Nick De Luca, Matt Scott, Tim Visser; Greig Laidlaw (capt), Mike Blair; Allan Jacobsen (Kyle Traynor 77), Ross Ford, Geoff Cross (Jack Gilding 73), Grant Gilchrist, Sean Cox, David Denton, Ross Rennie (Roddy Grant 56), Netani Talei.Not used: Andrew Kelly, Steven Turnbull, Chris Leck, Phil Godman.Try: Thompson. Con: Laidlaw. Pens: Laidlaw (4).Referee: Romain PoiteClick here for more pics from the match. TAGS: Edinburgh RugbyUlster Ulster’s try-scorer Pedrie Wannenburg celebrates with the fansBy Bea Asprey, Rugby World Writer In a nutshellEdinburgh put up a hearty fight, but in a performance that echoed recent Scotland outings, they could not convert their pressure to points. The visitors threw everything they could at Ulster in attack, but mistakes at crucial moments meant they butchered many chances to add to their points tally. Ulster’s scrum dominated that of Edinburgh despite the absence of All Black prop John Afoa, and the Northern Irish province will travel to Twickenham on 19 May to play in their first Heineken Cup final since they won the tournament in 1999.Key momentEdinburgh captain Greig Laidlaw stripping the ball off Ulster’s No 8 Pedrie Wannenburg, a man twice his size, in the third quarter of the game epitomised the Scots’ determination. It wasn’t to turn the game the around for the visitors, but the No 10 inspired his team to keep the pressure on until the final whistle, and national coach Andy Robinson will have been delighted with his gritty performance.Star manUlster were never short of power, but their display was masterminded by Man of the Match Ruan Pienaar (right). The South African oozed class, and his flawless kicking display booted the province to victory.Room for improvementEdinburgh lacked composure in attack, and their mistakes cost them dearly. They spilt the ball a number of times in Ulster’s half, and although they exerted constant pressure they were unable to impose themselves where it mattered – on the score board.In quotesUlster coach Brian McLaughlin: “We’re very pleased to have won but disappointed with the way we played the game. We’re looking forward to getting to Twickenham now, we’re a better rugby side than that.“Our set piece was outstanding throughout the whole game and our defence was rock solid. We turned over the ball in vital moments.“The whole street was red and white this morning, the support has been fantastic, and this has been an unforgettable experience.”Edinburgh captain Greig Laidlaw is stifled by Ulster wing Craig GilroyEdinburgh coach Michael Bradley: “We’re feeling a mixture of disappointment and frustration. We had a number of opportunities deep in their 22, which we overplayed, and we were not able to force our game on Ulster. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS
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VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Rector Bath, NC An Evening with Aliya Cycon Playing the Oud Lancaster, PA (and streaming online) July 3 @ 7 p.m. ET Tags Rector Smithfield, NC Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Associate Rector Columbus, GA Rector Pittsburgh, PA Posted Nov 8, 2013 [World Council of Churches press release] Politicization of religion, rights of religious minorities and stateless people, peace and reunification of the Korean Peninsula and just peace served as subjects of the public statements adopted at the World Council of Churches (WCC) 10th Assembly in Busan, Republic of Korea.After an intensive process, which involved the WCC’s Commission of the Churches on International Affairs (CCIA), the WCC officers and the WCC executive and central committees in 2012 and 2013, the statements were presented to the WCC Assembly for adoption on 8 November.At the assembly the delegates also expressed concern on “Christian presence and witness in the Middle East”, the situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo and commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of Armenian Genocide of 1915, themes in the minutes presented in Busan.The statement titled Politicization of Religion and Rights of Religious Minorities calls on the global ecumenical community to mediate with their respective governments “to develop policies of providing effective protection of persons and communities belonging to minority religions against threats or acts of violence from non-state actors.”The statement also calls for “concerted and coordinated efforts on the part of religious, civil society and state actors in order to address violations of rights of religious minorities and their freedom of religion and belief”.Through the statement on Peace and Reunification of the Korean Peninsula, churches “call upon all stakeholders in the region to participate in a creative process for building peace on the Korean peninsula by halting all military exercises on the Korean peninsula, by ceasing foreign intervention, withdrawing foreign troops and reducing military expenditures”.Another statement titled Human Rights of Stateless People, calls on the “churches to engage in dialogue with states to adopt policies which confer nationality to stateless people and provide proper documentation”. The text also encourages churches, civil society, human rights entities, United Nations agencies and regional organizations to collaborate effectively to reduce and eradicate statelessness.On the Way of Just Peace was another significant statement, which affirms that “Peace constitutes a pattern of life that reflects human participation in God’s love and care for the world and all God’s creation”. 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August 2, 2019 at 2:43 pm Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 August 2, 2019 at 2:58 pm Reply Please enter your comment! Apopka Mayor ranks #19 in Florida Politics listApopka Mayor Bryan Nelson and District 31 State Representative Jennifer Sullivan made the inaugural ranking of Florida Politics’ “25 Most Powerful Politicians in Central Florida”. Nelson ranked 19th, while Sullivan was slotted at #14.Apopka Mayor Bryan NelsonAt the top of the list is Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, followed by Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings at #2, District 7 US Representative Stephanie Murphy at #3, Orange County Sheriff John Mina at #4, and District 10 US Representative Val Demings at #5.Nelson, now in his second year as mayor of the second-largest city in Orange County, came into office with a strong showing in the 2018 election, defeating incumbent Joe Kilsheimer with 63% of the vote.“Apopka Mayor Bryan Nelson carries with him the rare trifecta of Central Florida politics of having served in state, county, and city leadership positions,” writes Scott Powers of Florida Politics about Nelson. “(This) gives him a broad base of support and experience in government, which he needs along with his famous sense of humor.”Nelson, 60, was a former Orange County Commissioner and Florida House of Representatives member before becoming mayor of Apopka.District 31 State Representative Jennifer SullivanSullivan is a three-term representative in the Florida Legislature from District 31, which covers much of Lake County and the northwest corner of Orange County including parts of Apopka. She was named the chair of the House Education Committee and also has key appointments to the Ways and Means and the Public Integrity & Ethics committees of the Florida Legislature.“Republican state Rep. Jennifer Sullivan‘s growth to power in Central Florida rose from so many nontraditional roots, she has proven she can be an exception to almost any rule,” writes Powers. “Sullivan was one of the youngest lawmakers ever elected in 2014 and is still younger — at age 27 — than almost all of her colleagues.” I couldn’t get the Democrat debate on tv because of having antenna free tv, and bad weather interference usually in the afternoons and evenings too. I have watched the debates on the internet though. I am disappointed in general, of the debates, with all the attacking each other, and Obama, instead of focusing on taking on Trump. I don’t care for Marianne Williamson, John Delaney, especially, in this debate. Booker and Harris just wanted to fight Biden. I spelled Kamala Harris’s name wrong on here before, and I don’t know why I kept referring to her as Camilla, like Prince Charles’s old lady, but with a K. My mistake. Anyway, I see she was back at her old tricks of attacking Biden for crap an era ago, but she got called out by that Hawaiian candidate who attacked her on her prosecuting marijuana offenders, putting them in jail, and when asked if she ever used weed, she laughed, and other stuff about her prosecutor job that she didn’t want brought up. I guess she got what she deserved in this debate. Oh, and Booker and his Kool Aid backtalk was just stupid, IMO. I still like Elizabeth Warren, the best, and Biden and Mayor Pete B. IMO. Mama Mia Mama Mia TAGSApopka Mayor Bryan NelsonFlorida PoliticsState Representative Jennifer Sullivan Previous articleWas Mueller’s testimony effective? Let’s Talk About ItNext articleWhy Facebook’s new ‘privacy cop’ is doomed to fail Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Where is Putin’s name on this list? If you don’t believe it, then you must live under a rock. Reply Two of these most powerful Central Florida politicians NEED TO SHAVE! I mean, every single day, how about shaving! They represent us! My husband has a beard, but he is retired, and he is not a public official, so that’s different. I am referring to Mayor Buddy Dyer, and Mayor Demings! I don’t see the complete list of the others in the rankings of this list, but every time I turn on the tv, and if they are being interviewed, Dyer and Demings, they just look grubby, with all the facial hair. Who else thinks like I do? I don’t want to see our elected officials looking like they just got back from a python hunt, or looking like they just got off a drinking binge, and a hang over…..and yes, I am a Democrat, just like they are….I too, also expect a presidential candidate to wear a suit and tie to a presidential debate, unlike Andrew Yang, who went without a tie…..IMO LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply 3 COMMENTS July 29, 2019 at 7:47 pm Reply The Anatomy of Fear You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Mama Mia Please enter your name here Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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Previous articleNew Report Recommends Improvements to NASSNext articleNew Study Provides Comprehensive Analysis of Indiana’s Food Supply Chain USDA Communications USDA Announces Three Deputy Under Secretaries in the Areas of Nutrition, Rural Development and Marketing and Regulatory Programs By USDA Communications – Jan 21, 2021 The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced three senior appointments Thursday.USDA announced that nutrition policy expert Stacy Dean has been named Deputy Under Secretary for Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services (FNCS). Prior to joining USDA, Dean served as Vice President for Food Assistance Policy at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities in Washington, D.C. She directed the Center’s food assistance team, which publishes frequent reports on how federal nutrition programs affect families and communities and develops policies to improve them. She joined the Center in 1997 and has deep experience understanding the delivery of health and human services programs at the state and local levels. Previously, as a budget analyst at the Office of Management and Budget, she worked on policy development, regulatory and legislative review, and budgetary process and execution for a variety of income support programs. Dean earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in public policy from the University of Michigan.USDA also announced Justin Maxson, CEO of the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation, has been named Deputy Under Secretary for Rural Development. Maxson served as the CEO of the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation, an organization that works toward poverty alleviation and economic justice in southern states. Before that, he spent 13 years as the president of the Mountain Association for Community Economic Development. Maxson holds a master’s degree in anthropology and development from Boston University and a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the University of Kentucky.USDA also announced that Mae Wu has been named Deputy Under Secretary of Marketing and Regulatory Programs. Prior to joining USDA, Wu served as a Senior Director at the Natural Resource Defense Council, helping to lead the organization’s health and food work. She has also worked with the federal government to revise the Total Coliform Rule, as well as served on the Environmental Protection Agency’s Pesticide Program Dialogue Committee and its National Drinking Water Advisory Council. Wu holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Rice University, a master’s degree in environmental policy from the University of Cambridge, and a Juris Doctor from Duke University.“We are honored to have professionals of the caliber of Stacy, Justin and Mae join our team—three experts with depth of knowledge, experience and respect from peers and colleagues across nutrition, economic development, and food and environmental security. Their talents will help us end the pandemic’s grip on our economy, address the urgency of hunger and climate change, and maintain the safety and security of our food,” said Katharine Ferguson, Chief of Staff, Office of the Secretary. Home Indiana Agriculture News USDA Announces Three Deputy Under Secretaries in the Areas of Nutrition, Rural… Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter SHARE SHARE
ReddIt New literacy initiative rolled out in Fort Worth ISD The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years + posts Local artist and TCU alum presents new exhibit Linkedin Tobi Carterhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tobi-carter/ Tobi Carterhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tobi-carter/ Tobi is a senior journalism major from Lewisville, Texas. She works as the downtown Fort Worth multimedia reporter. Last year’s Connection group gathered for six weeks starting the second week of the semester. Tobi Carterhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tobi-carter/ Facebook TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Tobi Carterhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tobi-carter/ Facebook printConnections directors are looking forward to helping the Class of 2020 adjust to their lives in college.“It’s a great way to get involved with TCU’s community right off the bat,” said Natasha Kalaouze, a sophomore psychology major and a Connections director.Connections is a six-week program during the fall semester. The goal of the program is to help incoming students transition into TCU and learn more about themselves and their personal leadership skills.Layton Spence, one of the Connections directors and a sophomore business major, said Connections will help students learn about their personal style of leadership.“Knowing the different strengths of your leadership skills is a huge thing to go on, even if you don’t get a leadership role in [Student Development Services],” Spence said.Tyler Fisher, the assistant director of the TCU Leadership Center, said the structure of the program emphasizes StrengthsQuest and values to help students perform in college more efficiently. He also said the program uses the TCU mission statement to create SMART goals.SMART goals are goals that are specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely.Because of the focus on personal leadership development skills and goal setting, Fisher said incoming students will be able to “function in a higher fashion.”Kalaouze said the takeaway from Connections is making friendships with other people.“Life is all about connections,” Kalaouze said.Spence agreed.“I don’t want to use the pun, but you really do get great connections from it,” Spence said.Fisher said he also wanted to emphasize the amount of resources first-year students learn about during Connections.“This is a nice way during those really tricky first two months on campus to find out what resources are available to you as a first-year student,” Fisher said. “It’s a great opportunity to continue and grow your individual legacy and the overall culture at TCU.” Fort Worth resident dedicates life to rescuing dogs Tobi Carter Twitter Linkedin ReddIt Previous articleStudent publishes children’s book, “The Howard Gardner Zoo”Next articleStudy abroad office is sending the most students ever, despite travel alert Tobi Carter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR New bus route eases commute to Denton Twitter TCU Frog Camps returning to more traditional look this summer
February 11, 2021 Find out more September 23, 2005 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Finger pointed at western media for fomenting Andijan revolt UzbekistanEurope – Central Asia to go further May 11, 2021 Find out more “This mockery of a trial worthy of Stalin’s era appears particularly alarming to us in terms of the future of press freedom in the country. The defendants have made statements directly accusing western journalists from the BBC and Associated Press who had the courage to cover this particularly terrible event, but also journalists who never went to Andijan,” the organisation said.“ This trial demonstrates once again the pressure brought to bear on those who exposed what really happened that day ” it said.The defendants called the Andijan revolt a “foreign plot” and said, among other things, that the journalists on the spot had been “financed by foreign terrorist organisations”. According to them it was the western journalists who suggested to the accused that they should “imitate a peaceful revolution to create chaos.”One of the defendants quoted by name a Reuters reporters who had not even been there during the uprising. A western diplomat attending the trial said it appeared the defendants were repeating confessions that had been dictated to them.Elsewhere, on 19 September, the Namangan appeal court confirmed a six-month jail sentence against Nosir Zokirov, correspondent for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty for “insulting a member of the Uzbek security services”. Zokirov was one of the first journalists to cover the Andijan uprising. Eight other local correspondents for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty have been harassed by the Uzbek authorities since the events of 13 May.Overnight on 12-13 May 2005, an armed group raided the prison in Andijan to release 23 Muslim businessmen who had been accused of Islamism. The government of President Islam Karimov acknowledged the deaths, as a result of police intervention, of 187 people, the majority of whom it described as “Islamist terrorists”. Human rights activists put the deaths at between 500 and 1,000 and have accused the Uzbek government of staging this trial to conceal its own key role in the massacre. Organisation The 15 alleged leaders, who all pleaded guilty on 20 September 2005 to starting the revolt, the following day accused the western media of organising the 13 May 2005 uprising. News October 15, 2020 Find out more Receive email alerts Reporters Without Borders expressed deep concern at an escalating crackdown on journalists by the Uzbek authorities, as the 15 alleged leaders of the bloody uprising in Andijan sought from the opening of their trial to put the blame onto foreign journalists whom they said had fomented the revolt in a bid to “create chaos”. News News More than six years in prison for Uzbek blogger who covered corruption Uzbek blogger facing possible 10-year jail term UzbekistanEurope – Central Asia New press freedom predators elected to UN Human Rights Council Help by sharing this information Follow the news on Uzbekistan News RSF_en
Google+ Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Ross to be asked to reinstate Bunbeg Cliff rescue service 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North WhatsApp Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Pinterest Google+ Facebook Pinterest Homepage BannerNews RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry By admin – August 12, 2016 Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic A Donegal County councillor has requested a meeting with the Minister for Transport Shane Ross calling for the restoration of the cliff rescue service in Bunbeg.The service was withdrawn by Government as it was thought there was little need for it due to the lack of call outs.In recent months, the remaining equipment was also removed from the area.Councillor Micheal Cholm Mac Giolla Easbuig says with the huge increase in tourism, it’s vital the cliff rescue team is reinstated…………Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/bunbegrescue.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Previous articleMan who faked own kidnapping forgot to switch off phoneNext articleSean Connor says a north west derby is an easy game to motivate players admin
News UpdatesMP HC Dismisses Plea Seeking Financial Assistance For Lawyers With Liberty To Challenge Provisions Of MP Advocates’ Welfare Scheme [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK28 May 2020 2:58 AMShare This – xThe Madhya Pradesh High Court on Wednesday dismissed a PIL seeking financial assistance for needy lawyers with liberty to file a fresh petition against alleged shortcomings in the MP Advocate’s Assistance (Natural Disaster and Unforseen Circumstances) WelfareScheme, 2020. The petition filed by one Nimesh Pathak had sought a direction to the State Bar Council to invoke the provisions…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Madhya Pradesh High Court on Wednesday dismissed a PIL seeking financial assistance for needy lawyers with liberty to file a fresh petition against alleged shortcomings in the MP Advocate’s Assistance (Natural Disaster and Unforseen Circumstances) WelfareScheme, 2020. The petition filed by one Nimesh Pathak had sought a direction to the State Bar Council to invoke the provisions of Advocate Act, 1961 and to prepare an Advocates Welfare Scheme so as to meet the current COVID-19 situation. He had prayed that an Emergency Fund for the young Advocates and financial not well off/needy Advocates must be created. Responding to the petition, Advocate General PK Kaurav pointed out that during the pendency of the petition, the State Government had formulated a Scheme to extend financial assistance to the needy lawyers and clerks etc., which was published in the Gazette of MP on 4th May, 2020 and various amounts had been distributed thereunder. In view thereof, the Division Bench comprising of Chief Justice AK Mittal and Justice VK Shukla granted liberty to the Petitioner to withdraw the petition. However, the Petitioner submitted that there are certain impugned clauses in the said Welfare Scheme that are required to be challenged. The bench thus ordered, “learned counsel for the petitioner stated that he may be permitted to withdraw the present writ petition with liberty to file fresh one on the same cause of action impugning the scheme formulated to extend the financial assistance to the needy lawyers and clerks etc. as there are certain impugned clauses which are required to be challenged. Dismissed as withdrawn with liberty as prayed for.” The District Bar Association of Bhopal has already approached the high court challenging the MP Advocate’s Welfare Scheme for being “irrational”. The scheme, drafted by the MP State Bar Council, is alleged to be drafted in an “improper manner” inasmuch as it does not lay down proper rules, criteria and guidelines for identification of eligible needy Advocates. Case Details: Case Title: Nimesh Pathak v State Of Madhya Pradesh & Ors. Case No.: WP No. 7366/2020 Quorum: Chief Justice AK Mittal and Justice VK Shukla Appearance: Advocate Lucky Jain (for Petitioner); Advocate General PK Kaurav (for Respondents) Click Here To Download Order Read Order Next Story