TORONTO — The editor of a hate-filled Toronto-based publication has been jailed for one year.A judge sentenced James Sears after denying his bid to reopen the trial.Sears, 55, had tried to argue his lawyer had thrown the case.Ontario court Judge Richard Blouin said the lawyer had acted professionally.The editor of Your Ward News, who was found guilty in January of promoting hatred against women and Jews, was led away in handcuffs.The paper’s publisher, LeRoy St. Germaine, will be sentenced next week.The Canadian Press
Danny Glover (Color Purple, Lethal Weapon), Brian J. White (Scandal), Shaun Robinson (Access Hollywood), Naomi Campbell (Empire) and other Black celebrities from film, stage, television and music will come together on Thursday, June 18th for the 2015 Heroes in the Struggle Gala reception and awards presentation at the Directors Guild of America.The event will honor Jussie Smollett, star of FOX’s hit TV show Empire, Vanessa Mills, Executive Director of Empower U Inc. in Miami, Florida, Gregorio Millett, Vice President and Director of Public Policy for amfAR, and Janssen Therapeutics, a leading virology company focusing on HIV and Hepatitis C.The evening will include a special tribute to Jussie Smollett by fellow Empire cast members Terrence Howard, Taraji P. Henson, Gabourey Sidibe, and producer, director Lee Daniels.“We are honoring three remarkable individuals and an exceptional corporation who have made heroic contributions to the fight against HIV/AIDS,” said Phill Wilson, President and CEO of the Black AIDS Institute. This year’s event will focus on Family and Black Lives Matter.“We seem to have an epidemic of unarmed young Black men and boys being killed by police,” says Wilson. “The bar for killing a Black male in America has gotten tragically low. Our righteous indignation over the complete disregard for Black lives cannot begin when we are dead in the streets. Black Lives have to matter when we notice the achievement gap between Black boys and other racial ethnic groups that start as early as the sixth grade. Black Lives have to matter when the unemployment rate for Black teenage boys in Chicago is over 50%. Black lives have to matter when nearly half of the new HIV cases in America are Black. 30% of Black gay and bisexual men in America are already infected with HIV and 60% of them don’t know it. AIDS in America today is a Black disease. You can’t believe Black lives matter and not be concerned about the HIV/AIDS pandemic in America. The Black AIDS Institute exists because Black Lives matter!”The star studded event will be hosted by Brian J. White, who just completed a season on Scandal with Kerry Washington. Other presenters scheduled to appear are Jurnee Smollett-Bell (The Great Debaters), Elvis Nolasco (ABC’s American Crime), Nelson Ellis (True Blood), TV and film director Anthony Hemmingway (The Newsroom, Shameless), Shanola Hampton (Showtime’s Shameless), and Tracie Thoms (Annie, Veep). Musical guests include Angie Fisher, Mervyn Warren, and B. Slade. Others scheduled to attend include Vanessa Williams, Anna Maria Horsford, Rockmond Dunbar, Lamman Rucker, and Tasha Smith.This year’s Gala will be followed by an after party sponsored by Merck featuring The Charlene Moore Project in a tribute to Sylvester, with Lynn Fiddmont and Kim Yarbrough, hosted by Jackée.A limited number of tickets are still available for the event. To order tickets go to BlackAIDS.org or www.HITS2015.EventBrite.com. Tickets start at $75.00.
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MONTREAL — Quebec workers with Bombardier’s CSeries plane program have mixed feelings about the deal with Airbus giving the European aerospace giant a controlling stake in the aircraft, a union representative said Tuesday.David Chartrand, Quebec co-ordinator for the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, said the deal means access to a massive market and possibly more jobs.The agreement, however, also secures a new, final assembly line in Alabama for the CSeries — employing non-unionized workers serving 30 per cent of the global market for the aircraft.“It is better to build (a plane) for 70 per cent of the market and sell thousands of planes, than build 100 per cent of an aircraft for 100 per cent of the market and we sell no planes at all,” Chartrand said.Bombardier (TSX:BBD.B) was facing a massive obstacle after the recent decision by the U.S. Department of Commerce to propose a hefty 300 per cent duty on its CSeries jets in response to a complaint by rival Boeing.The department’s preliminary findings agreed with Boeing that Bombardier benefited from improper government subsidies, giving it an unfair advantage when selling its CSeries 100-to 150-seat jets south of the border.Bombardier says the deal with Airbus — and the new Alabama assembly line — means the CSeries will be able to be sold in the United States duty-free.“It becomes a domestic product and, therefore, a domestic product would not have the import tariff apply to this,” Bombardier CEO Alain Bellemare said Tuesday.The U.S. market represents roughly 30 per cent of CSeries sales, which means Montreal’s assembly line is ostensibly open to serving the other 70 per cent of the market.“That’s what Airbus seems to be saying, it’s what the Quebec government and Bombardier are saying — (but) I don’t have the details of what was in the agreement that was signed,” Chartrand said.If Airbus manages to increase orders for the CSeries around the world, that could mean more jobs in Mirabel, Que., he said.Airbus said the 100- to 150-seat market is expected to represent “more than 6,000 new aircraft over the next 20 years.”“Let’s say there are 6,000 plane sales that are possible,” Chartrand said. “If Airbus takes 50 per cent to 70 per cent of the market, that could mean an expansion of the Mirabel plant — but that’s the best-case scenario.”The Quebec government, Bombardier and Airbus all say the deal ensures the primary assembly line of the CSeries will remain in the province until 2041.A big unknown, however, is what region of the world outside the United States will become the market for CSeries growth.Moreover, another unknown is what effect the new assembly line in Mobile, Ala., will have on production.James Darcy, a spokesman for Airbus, said the intention is to expand the $600-million existing facility in Mobile, which opened in 2015, to meet increased demand.“But bear in mind the deal won’t even reach approval by all the regulatory agencies until the second half of 2018,” he said. “So there isn’t much we can say about production, given how early it is in the process.”Karl Moore, professor in McGill University’s Faculty of Management, said the deal with Airbus gives the CSeries “credibility,” which will make finding buyers outside the U.S. easier.“Airbus’ name, reputation, size of their workforce and fleet adds a lot of credibility to the CSeries,” he said. “We don’t have to worry if (the company) will go away and die at some point.”The fact Bombardier was being prevented from selling its planes in the U.S. due to the potential duties made buyers elsewhere hesitant to purchase the aircraft, Moore said.Moore said it’s highly likely Airbus will be able to leverage its big international sales and marketing force to sell the CSeries, which means more work for the workers in Montreal.“They should feel more comfortable about their jobs today than they did yesterday,” he said.The deal sparked debate in Quebec’s legislature Tuesday, with the opposition Parti Quebecois accusing the Liberal government of “selling the house to save the furniture.”Parti Quebecois Leader Jean-Francois Lisee said the government should have taken a stake in the entire Bombardier company instead of investing only in the “risky” CSeries unit.Quebec invested US$1 billion in 2016 for a 49.5 per cent stake in the commercial jet program.The new deal with Airbus gives Quebec a 19 per cent stake in the plane and Bombardier 31 per cent.“We preserved the aerospace industry in Montreal,” Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard said.
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) does not encourage Iraqis to repatriate now, but provides assistance to refugees in neighbouring countries who are determined to go back despite the difficult conditions inside Iraq.Some 107,000 refugees have returned to Iraq from Iran since the end of Saddam Hussein’s rule last year, many after more than two decades in exile. Only 19,000 Iraqis in all have returned with UNHCR help – more than two-thirds of them from Iran, with the rest from Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and Jordan. Amongst refugees staying in camps, the rate of departure has been extremely high, with over 80 per cent choosing to repatriate. This has led to a sharp fall in the number in Iranian camps to 8,000 from 50,000. An estimated 95,000 Iraqi refugees remain in Iran, which still has the largest registered Iraqi refugee population in the world. Six out of the 22 camps are now empty and another two are expected to be closed by the end of the year. Many of the remaining 14 camps are already nearly empty. UNHCR is working with the Iranian authorities on a phased programme to close some of these and consolidate others. This will help guarantee that services are maintained at an existing level, since it is not possible in the long-term to continue running schools and clinics in camps with very small numbers of refugees. The agency is working closely with the Iraqi authorities and implementing partners on the ground to help returning refugees and their communities by running shelter-building programmes, water projects and income-generating initiatives.
“Prime Minister Modi represents an extraordinary legacy,” said Mr. Guterres at the “Champions of the Earth” award ceremony, in the Indian capital New Delhi.“Prime Minister Modi not only recognizes, knows and understands” the benefits of taking action to stop global warming, said the UN chief, but also “acts with enormous energy to make this change. And this leadership is today more necessary than ever.”According to the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), Prime Minister Modi has been recognized for his extensive efforts to control plastic pollution, including a pledge to eliminate all single-use plastic in India, by 2022. He has also been recognized for his joint initiative with French President Emmanuel Macron to champion the International Solar Alliance – a global partnership to scale up solar energy use and reduce dependence on fossil fuels.In his prize-giving speech, Mr. Guterres called on other world leaders to draw lessons from India and apply them in their own circumstances to “win the race against climate change.”He also highlighted that climate action and development are not contradictory but are mutually supportive.“The green economy is the good economy. Technology is on our side. Those that will bet on the grey economy will have a grey future, and those that, like in India, are betting on the green economy will have a dominant role in the global economy in the decades to come,” said the Secretary-General.Prime Minister Modi, in accepting the award, said that he was doing so on behalf of millions of Indians “who protect the environment each day.”“From fisherfolk who only take what they need or tribal communities who think of forests as their family. We will never be able to tackle climate change without bringing climate into our culture. And this is why India is taking so much action for our climate,” said the Indian leader. Giles ClarkeSecretary-General António Guterres pays visits to the Golden Temple in Amritsar, India, where he expressed his gratitude for a place that receives and shares with everybody.Secretary-General shares a meal at a LangarAlso, on Wednesday, Secretary-General visited the Golden Temple in the city Amritsar, where he attended Langar – a community kitchen run by Sikh volunteers where people from all backgrounds and communities are provided nutritious food and clean water, at no cost.During his visit, Mr. Guterres expressed his deep gratitude to the “wonderful practice that the Golden Temple represents, receiving everybody, sharing with everybody the food, but, more than the food, sharing this wonderful spirit of peace, of harmony, of understanding that we badly need in today’s world.”The Langar at the Golden Temple is attended by thousands of people and pilgrims each day. It is the biggest community kitchen in the world, open 24 hours a day and uses no plastic or disposable utensils and cutlery. Mr. Guterres is currently on his maiden visit to India as Secretary-General, during which he paid homage to Mahatma Gandhi on the 149th anniversary of his birth; inaugurated ONE UN House – the newly-refurbished building housing UN offices; held bilateral meetings with top Indian Government officials and spoke at the Mahatma Gandhi International Sanitation Convention, among other engagements.– / 9 Click here to view the gallery in full screen modeUN Champions of the Earth awardEstablished by UNEP in 2005, the Champions of the Earth award recognizes “outstanding leaders” from Government, civil society and the private sector whose actions have had a positive impact on the environment.Other winners of the Champions of the Earth award for 2018 are: Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, an initiative creating high-quality vegetarian meat-alternatives; the Zhejiang River Chiefs programme, which works for protecting water from pollution as well as ecological restoration; Joan Carling, an indigenous and environmental rights activist; Cochin International Airport, the world’s first to be fully solar-powered; and French President Macron, for his international cooperation on environmental action.
5Rangers0-0.9Kings0-0.9 9Orioles0-0.6Knicks0-0.5 MLBTitlesVs. Exp.NBATitlesVs. Exp. 4Chargers0-0.9Flames0-1.0 3Mariners0-1.2Jazz0-1.5 There are few fans as tortured by their team’s constant inability to win a championship as those who support the St. Louis Blues. It’s not because the Blues are perpetually lousy — in their 51 seasons, they’ve failed to qualify for the playoffs on only nine occasions. But they’ve never won a Stanley Cup, and they haven’t advanced to a Stanley Cup Final since doing so three consecutive times from 1967-68 to 1969-70.1These were the franchise’s first three seasons, and they arguably advanced to the final only because they were the least awful team in the newly formed West Division, which included only expansion teams. They were swept in all three of those finals and were outscored 43-17.Those early failures didn’t derail the Blues — they qualified for the playoffs in six of their following nine seasons before embarking on a streak of 25 consecutive playoff berths from 1979-80 to 2003-04. That streak is tied for the third-longest in NHL history. But while the three other clubs to match or exceed St. Louis’s streak went to the Stanley Cup Final at least three times during their runs, the Blues teams advanced beyond the second round on only two occasions. Those Blues were like a weird second cousin: always showing up to the party but never having much to say.But all that might change this season. The Blues are currently locked in a 2-2 tie with the Dallas Stars with a spot in the Western Conference finals on the line. St. Louis might be setting its fans up for yet another postseason disappointment in what has been a long line of them — but this could also be the year that the bounces finally go in the team’s favor, for once.The six seasons immediately following the end of St. Louis’s long playoff streak were lean for the Blues: They qualified for the playoffs just once, in 2008-09, and were promptly swept in the first round by the Vancouver Canucks. But aside from 2017-18, the Blues have used the past eight seasons to reestablish themselves as perennial playoff participants. Just like the teams in the streak years, the Blues of the 2010s haven’t advanced to the Stanley Cup Final. The Blues usually stay on brand: They are almost always pretty good, but they are seldom ever great.That’s especially been the case since the dawn of the 1990s, back when St. Louis featured a string of stars including Brett Hull, Grant Fuhr, Adam Oates, Al MacInnis and (eventually) Chris Pronger to form potent contenders in the West — on paper, at least. Since the 1989-90 season, no NHL team has underperformed in the postseason more than the Blues in terms of actual versus expected championships. Based on a logistic regression using Hockey-Reference.com’s Simple Rating System (SRS) scores2Which estimate the strength of every team in the NHL by measuring a team’s average goal differential after adjusting for strength of schedule. from each regular season, we would have expected the Blues to have won 1.4 Stanley Cups over that span; instead, they won zero. According to this measure of postseason disappointment, the next-closest NHL team since 1990 is the Ottawa Senators, who won zero Cups despite an expectation of 1.2 titles.Compared with the other three major sports leagues, the plight of St. Louis Blues fans is only exceeded by those of fans who support the Oklahoma City Thunder (nee Seattle SuperSonics), Cleveland Indians, Oakland Athletics, Phoenix Suns and Utah Jazz. It’s a motley crew of losers that residents of the Gateway City would rather not be associated with. St. Louis is among pro sports’ most disappointing teamsBiggest shortfalls between actual and expected* championships by sport, 1990-2018 7Tigers0-0.7Clippers0-0.6 8Falcons0-0.6Predators0-0.6 4Braves1-1.0Trail Blazers0-1.4 249ers1-1.2Senators0-1.2 * Expected championships is based on a logit regression between a team’s regular season Simple Rating System (SRS) score and whether it won a championship.Source: Sports-Reference.com 10Dolphins0-0.5Wild0-0.5 Compounding their failures is the fact that the Blues have the fifth-best goal differential in the NHL over that same span3The four teams ahead of the Blues — the Red Wings, Bruins, Devils and Penguins — have combined to win 13 Stanley Cups since 1990. and have been third-best team in terms of SRS. Always pretty good, never great.Their destiny as also-rans aside, the Blues are hardly the only historic disappointments still competing for the Stanley Cup this season. If we look back as far as the 1969-70 season, the Boston Bruins and San Jose Sharks each rank in the bottom third of the NHL in terms of actual titles versus expected titles. Indeed, the Sharks — like the Blues — are still titleless. Wouldn’t that make for a devastating Western Conference finals, in which one of those unfortunate franchises — and fan bases — had to go home empty-handed?Hope isn’t lost for the Blues just yet. Despite being deadlocked with the Stars, they’ve got home ice advantage on their side. What’s not on their side is the current form of rookie goaltending sensation Jordan Binnington. The netminder stormed onto the scene in the middle of the season, posting audacious numbers en route to collecting 24 wins in just 30 starts. But Binnington seems to have hit a rookie wall at just the wrong time: His quality starts percentage in the playoffs is 60 percent, down significantly from the 67 percent mark he posted during the regular season.If the Blues are going to put an end to a half-century of misery, they’ll need their wunderkind between the pipes to rediscover the form that earned him the starting job in the first place. After all, it’s hard to win a Stanley Cup without a hot goalie. Otherwise, the good folks of St. Louis know how this movie will end, because they’ve seen it many, many times before. 6Titans/Oilers0-0.8Canucks0-1.0 6Dodgers0-0.9Magic0-0.8 8(Devil) Rays0-0.7Pacers0-0.5 NFLTitlesVs. Exp.NHLTitlesVs. Exp. 5Raiders0-0.8Flyers0-1.0 9Jets0-0.5Maple Leafs0-0.6 2Athletics0-1.7Suns0-1.6 7Bills0-0.6Sabres0-0.8 1Chiefs0-1.3Blues0-1.4 10Nationals/Expos0-0.6Hawks0-0.4 3Vikings0-1.0Sharks0-1.0 1Indians0-1.8Thunder/Sonics0-2.3
Standing outside her pebbledashed former council house, Barbara Binns is adamant that she could never be persuaded to move out of her humble home.However, the 82-year-old pensioner cannot help but laugh as she concedes her grandson’s offer to rehouse her in his recently acquired £50 million Grade II listed mansion is sorely tempting.“Ever since he was a little boy we walked in the woods surrounding Penrose House,” she said, pointing towards the towering sycamores and oak trees that border the manor’s 1,536-acre estate a mile from her terraced home in Cornwall.“I’m so pleased for him. He’s as good as gold – he was a care worker. It couldn’t have happened to a nicer person.”Her grandson is Jordan Adlard who aged 31 used a DNA test to prove he was the illegitimate son of Charles Rogers, the aristocratic owner of the Penrose estate who died aged 62 last August after succumbing to drug addiction. Back at his grandmother’s home, Mrs Binns, who regularly stays at Penrose House, believes little will change with her loyal grandson. After taking up residence in the 17th Century home last October, the new lord of the manor amended his birth certificate so his surname read “Adlard Rogers”. As well as a new name, he receives up to £1,000 a week as heir to the Rogers Family Trust. The vast Loe Pool dominates the Penrose EstateCredit:Dale Cherry Jordan Adlard Rogers moved into Penrose House last year after he obtained a DNA test proving he was the heir to the estateCredit:Dale Cherry Barbara Binns at her home in HelstonCredit:Dale Cherry “Jordan often comes here for dinner. He loves his nan,” she says. “He always says he wants me and Dusty [his step-grandfather] to move in.“I don’t want to live on a National Trust estate. It’s Jordan’s home now and I’m happy for him.” 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. Jason Adlard RogersCredit:SWNS Mrs Binns, however, insists her grandson was not motivated by any interest in inheritance, instead he wanted to establish the truth about his heritage.“He always wanted to prove he was a Rogers,” Mrs Binns told The Telegraph from her home in Helston. “Jordan doesn’t care about money.”Referring to his repeated failed attempts in later life to persuade Mr Rogers to take a DNA test, she added: “He didn’t necessarily want Mr Rogers to behave like his dad. He just wanted to know the truth.” In 2018, he again wrote to Mr Rogers enclosing a DNA kit but received a reply from lawyers saying the aristocrat had passed away and so a test should be conducted.And so, he inherited a 50-room house which was given to the National Trust by the Rogers in 1974 in exchange for a 1,000 year-lease to keep it in the family.Mr Rogers had inherited the estate in 2012 after his father, Royal Navy veteran Lt Cdr John Peverell Rogers, died. It is a rags to riches tale that is as remarkable as it is moving. Mr Rogers had a brief affair with Julie Adlard when she was about 20. The family always knew her son, who grew up mostly with his grandmother, was a Rogers.The Telegraph can reveal Mrs Binns took him to meet Mr Rogers after the boy, then aged eight, was told who his father was.A close family friend said: “Jordan said he wanted to speak to his dad. His grandmother took him to the manor, knocked on the door and told Mr Rogers, ‘This is your son.’ But, Charles said he didn’t want to talk to him and slammed the door.” Mr Adlard Rogers, who lives at Penrose House with his girlfriend, Katie Hubber, and their baby, posted pictures on Facebook of himself “patrolling” Loe Pool, Cornwall’s largest natural lake that dominates the grounds. He has said proof of who his father was represented “closure”, adding that he would not forget his roots and planned to set up a local charity.He took a few minutes to navigate the corridors where gilt-framed portraits of his ancestors hang before opening the creaking front door.Speaking with a slight Cornish burr and holding his baby, he politely declined to comment, but added: “To be honest, I think it has all been blown out of proportion.”
Updated 7.50pmA TOTAL OF six people have now been charged in relation to the death of 20-year-old Dale Creighton in Dublin.Two men, aged 21 and 25, appeared in court in Dublin today over the incident.RTÉ reports that David Burke (25), with an address at 6 Village Square, Tallaght, Dublin 24; and James O’Brien (21) of 12 Avonbeg Drive, Tallaght were both charged with violent disorder under Section 15 of the Criminal Justice Act.Both Burke and O’Brien were granted bail with conditions. They are due to appear before the court again on 16 January.ArrestsIn addition, gardaí said today that two more men have been arrested over the past day in connection with Creighton’s death.A male aged in his 20s was arrested late last night and a second male, also in his 20s, was arrested this afternoon. Both men were arrested in the Tallaght area and are detained under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act, 1984 at Tallaght Garda Station.A third man in his 20s who was arrested yesterday evening remains in Garda custody.Four people have already been charged on offences related to the incident on Saint Dominic’s Road, Tallaght, in which the young man received fatal injuries on New Year’s Day. He died on Thursday in hospital of those injuries.Already charged are Graham Palmer, 24, of Homelawn Road; Aisling Burke, 20, Bolbrook Grove; Ross Callery, 20, Westpark, all from Tallaght and all three charged with violent disorder. James Reid, 23, also of Homelawn Road, was charged with producing a knife during the row.An 18-year-old man who had been questioned yesterday was released yesterday evening without charge.First published 07.08Man assaulted in Tallaght on New Year’s Day dies in hospital>
Salah, who has now scored the amazing 39 goals throughout the duration of this season, is a highly favoured player all around Europe. However, as Manchester United have set their eyes on him, they would some money since one thing is for certain – the Egyptian will not come cheap.Real Madrid and Barcelona have reportedly been trying to convince Mo Salah to join La Liga. However, Mourinho does not seem to agree on such a transfer.Maguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…United will be looking to sell Anthony Martial, who has certainly out of Jose’s favourite players in the Red Devils Squad. The Frenchman will most likely be leaving Old Trafford at the end of the season and Sevilla and Atletico Madrid are among the clubs he might join, according to the Express.If United were indeed to sell Martial, they would find themselves in a position where they would be financially able to sign Salah – something Mourinho is really keen on doing.
NORTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – Police are searching for the driver behind the wheel of a fatal hit and run in Northwest Miami-Dade.Eniste Rigobert was killed near Northwest 10th Avenue and 105th Street last Friday.The 76-year-old’s body was found close to Van E. Blanton Elementary School.Miami-Dade Police officials said the vehicle they are searching for is a 1999 to 2006 Chevrolet Silverado, Suburban or Tahoe with front end damage.If you have any information on this hit and run, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Angela Lang/CNET Apple’s latest filings fuel rumors about a new Apple Watch in the pipeline for September, but doesn’t answer the question of whether it’s the Apple Watch Series 5 or an older Apple Watch with a new spin. In this week’s Apple Core roundup we break down all of the plausible rumors surrounding Apple’s next smartwatch, the latest details about Apple’s new services (Apple TV Plus and Apple Arcade) and the Apple Card’s official debut. Read more: The Apple Watch Series 5 health-boosting features we’re hoping for Apple Watch Series 5 or 4.5? After a dry spell of Apple Watch rumors, this week we finally received concrete evidence from two different sources that Apple may be launching an Apple Watch (or two) at its September launch event. The first bit of evidence: Apple has registered four new Apple Watch models running watchOS 6 with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) according to MacRumors. This is a necessary precursor to bringing a product to market in this region. Apple listed a slew of other products in its filing, including the new iPhones running iOS 13 (which we’re also expecting in September) and new MacBooks. We’re also expecting a new 16-inch MacBook Pro at a later fall event. But not all products registered with the EEC have to be brand new. Apple also registered the newly released 2019 iPod Touch in this round, and the watches in question may just be new versions of an existing model. The Apple Watch Series 4 — down to the tiniest detail Preview • Apple Watch Series 4 review in progress (updated) The other important Apple Watch clue this week came straight from the source: watchOS code. Brazilian site iHelpBR discovered references to a titanium and ceramic Apple Watch Edition in the latest code for watchOS 6. These could be the four models referenced in the EEC filing: the two sizes of the ceramic model and the two sizes of the titanium model.This wouldn’t be the first time Apple launches a ceramic version of the Apple Watch — both the Series 2 and Series 3 watches came in a ceramic option that sold for nearly $1,500. It would, however, be a first for the titanium edition. But it still doesn’t tell us whether the new case materials would be on a completely new watch, or if they would be upgrades to the existing Series 4 line-up. The only reference to a Series 5 this week came from long time Apple analyst Ming Chi Quo. According to his latest report cited in MacRumors, Japan Displays will supply the OLED screens needed for a Series 5 Apple Watch due in the second half of 2019. He also predicted Apple would launch a ceramic model of the watch. Aside from the new materials, we know very little about what new features may be coming to the 2019 Apple Watch. The Series 4 received new FDA cleared heart health features last year with the built in ECG and an Irregular Heart Rhythm notification that screens for signs of atrial fibrillation. This year there’s been talk of glucose monitoring and blood pressure monitoring, but both these would likely need FDA clearance, and by this point Apple would’ve already submitted study results for review as it did with the Apple Heart Study in 2018. 4:28 Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it Mobile Wearable Tech Sleep tracking could still be on the table for this year though, because it may not require this type of clearance. Competitors like Fitbit and Samsung have had sleep tracking in their wearable devices for the past several years. But it’s been notably absent — at least natively — on Apple Watch, and Apple has already expressed interest in the space. The company acquired Beddit, a sleep sensor, back in 2017. To bring a feature like this to market, Apple would first have to improve the battery life of the Apple Watch, which still needs to be charged overnight. Apple may be able to give it a power boost using a more efficient processor, larger battery or a less power hungry screen. Recent rumors suggest Apple will eventually switch from OLED to microLED technology in the Apple Watch. This would enable a slimmer, brighter and more energy efficient screen and ultimately solve the battery problem, but it’s not slated to happen until at least 2020. The 17 best health and fitness apps for Apple Watch 18 Photos See It 5 Mentioned Above Apple Watch Series 4 GPS (40mm silver aluminum case, white sport band) Apple Watch Series 4 See it $349 Review • Apple Watch Series 4 review: ECG, and a lot of refinements Apple 13 Photos According to a Bloomberg report, Apple TV Plus, the video streaming service, will arrive in November 2019 and will cost $10 after a free trial period, like Apple Music. Apple has already spent over $1 billion on original content and is expected to continue its spending spree.Apple’s new gaming service, Apple Arcade, is also expected to launch around the same time. It will cost roughly $5 a month with a month-long free trial period according to 9to5Mac. The site also published a preview of some of the new games coming to the platform.We’re expecting more information from Apple about launch date and pricing of these two services at the September launch event.Apple Card now available for everyoneThe Apple Card made its official debut this week. Apple had previously sent out invites for a select number of users to start using the card, but now it’s available for anyone to sign up for (assuming you live in the US and get approved). Users who apply will have to wait a few days to get the titanium card in the mail, but can use the digital version of the Apple Card in the Wallet app right away.Perks include 3% daily cash back rewards on Apple purchases along with Uber and Uber Eats which the company just announced this week. Apple says it will continue to expand the 3% Daily Cash rewards to more merchants in the future. $399 See It Adorama Aug 31 • Verizon vs AT&T vs T-Mobile vs Sprint: Choose the best 5G carrier Apple See It Best Buy $399 Comments News • Apple Watch Series 4 vs. Galaxy Watch Active: What’s the best smartwatch? Share your voice We tested the Apple Watch EKG against a hospital EKG $349 Also far off is a camera on the watch. Apple recently filed a patent detailing an Apple Watch with a camera on the band for either FaceID or FaceTime, but a patent doesn’t guarantee a product and even if it did materialize, it wouldn’t be anytime soon. This leaves two possibilities for the 2019 Apple Watch: a Series 4 Edition with shiny new armor (titanium and ceramic), or a Series 5 with incremental upgrades to hardware, a faster processor, better battery and just maybe a new sleep-tracking feature.Apple TV Plus and Apple Arcade pricing and release date What’s definitely launching this fall is Apple TV Plus and Apple Arcade. This week we learned the rumored price and release dates of Apple’s two new services along with a peek at the actual content in each platform.Apple hasn’t announced an official release date for its video streaming service, but we know it’s definitely coming in the fall. The company did publish a new trailer for The Morning Show this week, its new series featuring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carrell. 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Sponsored by 10 Unalaskans, the recall petition charges Mayor Frank Kelty with “attempting to sole-source land use agreements for the Unalaska Marine Center positions 5-7.” (Courtesy of City of Unalaska)Unalaska’s mayor will face a recall election in March. Frank Kelty has been accused of backroom dealings regarding the city dock — accusations he has repeatedly denied.Listen nowIn an investigation, KUCB has been unable to find any evidence of wrongdoing. Those in favor of the recall say they have other concerns about Kelty’s leadership.In October 2017, a petition to recall Mayor Frank Kelty was issued with one charge: “attempting to sole-source land use agreements” for the city dock.The petition’s sponsors have accused the mayor of giving one shipping company, Matson, first crack at an agreement that would give it priority mooring at a section of dock. City code requires a public bidding process.But beyond making the allegation, none of the 10 sponsors have offered any proof that the mayor has negotiated illegal deals.“There’s a legal definition of proof – and then there is the evidence that the sponsors believe supports the allegation,” Dee Montier-Burke said. She helped research and write the recall petition. “We’re not lawyers. We cannot provide proof to the public that this happened, because there are a lot of things that we do not have access to.”A KUCB public information request for Kelty’s emails referencing dock agreements did not reveal any wrongdoing by the mayor.But between Oct. 1, 2016 and Oct. 13, 2017, Kelty did exchange about a dozen emails with Matson representative Marion Davis that mentioned dock agreements.Matson repeatedly pressed Kelty on the issue – asking him to help the company obtain a formal agreement. While Kelty seemed to share Matson’s desire to complete the deal, there is no mention of specific contracts or negotiations in the emails.Kelty denies he was involved in any misconduct.“To state that I was going behind the council’s back and behind administration’s back trying to cut my own agreement for Matson Lines is a total falsehood and couldn’t happen,” Kelty said. “I’m not able to do that as a mayor. Agreements are put together by the city manager’s office.”A preferential use agreement is similar to a long-term lease on a house: The city guarantees a company space for its boats to dock.Here’s former city manager Dave Martinson explaining how those agreements benefit Unalaska.“The city can obtain long-term guaranteed revenue,” Martinson said. “That revenue is useful in insuring the city can meet its obligations, our local processors are better protected, and the labor force used at the Unalaska Marine Center is is not affected.”Matson had an agreement with the city. But it expired in 2013 due to stalled tariff negotiations. The deal has continued informally since then.In a statement, Matson’s Kenneth Gil says that beyond Unalaska, the company has had preferential use agreements in Kodiak and Anchorage for decades.“In order to provide our reliable weekly service to Unalaska, we need to be able to count on the availability of facilities and plan for the long term,” Gil said.Matson owns the container crane on Unalaska’s dock and provides regular barge service for mail and groceries.Despite those benefits, Unalaska hasn’t opened a public bidding process for dock agreements — at least, not yet. Former city manager Dave Martinson said he wasn’t against those agreements. He just wanted to wait until the city’s major dock renovation was finished.“Because operationally, we don’t know what that all is going to look like post-construction,” Martinson said. “I also indicated at the time that we would do a request for proposal [that] allows many companies to compete.”Days before his September resignation, Martinson said multiple companies had expressed interest in dock agreements and that the Ports and Harbor Department was working on a request for proposals. But today, Matson has no such agreement, negotiated by Kelty or anyone else.Kelty says the alleged dock deal isn’t really why people wanted to recall him anyway. He says residents are upset because he beat former mayor Shirley Marquardt and because the city manager resigned controversially.“The only way they could come after me is to go with the recall route, because otherwise the next election for me is in two years,” Kelty said.Petitioner Dee Montier-Burke doesn’t deny that. She voted for Kelty, but now she’s unhappy with his leadership. So even without proof of an illegal deal, she says she’s comfortable moving forward with the recall.“It’s clear that there’s something going on that seems fishy and that’s enough for the petition. But at this point, the petition is no longer really about the allegation itself,” Montier-Burke said. “It’s about — Do the citizens of the community of Unalaska feel like the mayor is of sound body and mind to continue to lead them on the state and federal stages?”The initial application for the recall petition included three other charges, but City Clerk Marjie Veeder determined the only sufficient charge was “attempting to sole-source land use agreements.”When asked by KUCB which part of city code backed up that charge, Veeder was unable to do so.The recall election is scheduled for March 6.
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BudgetFinance minister AMA Muhith on Thursday placed in parliament the budget for the 2018-19 financial year, with measures and literature to woo political constituencies ahead of the next general elections.Muhith drafted his budget speech, titled “Bangladesh on a Pathway to Prosperity,” with detailed description of the achievements of the Awami League for the past 10 years.“I am presenting this budget at such a time which is simultaneously the best phase of Bangladesh’s economic success and the last budget of the honourable prime minister’s consecutive second term,” he said.The minister earlier disclosed the size of the budget at Tk 4.64 trillion, an expansionary one, despite rising shortfall in implementation of the budget over recent years.The original outlay for the outgoing fiscal year was Tk 4.00 trillion and the finance minister has already revised it downwardly to Tk 3.71 trillion. Experts expressed apprehensions that around 20 per cent of it would remain unimplemented at the end of the year.Muhith’s speech includes a lot of political jargon and initiatives taken by the Awami League government during the past 10 years.The next parliamentary election is likely to be held in December this year.“The greatest success of our government, in my opinion, is bringing the war criminals, who committed heinous crimes against humanity during our liberation war, to justice, and the execution of the punishment given to the main perpetrators…. Six out of seven death sentences were upheld by the Appellate Division and have been executed,” the finance minister pointed out.In the budget, Muhith’s 12th one, he has tried to attain the short-term goal of satisfying the voters when he is faced with challenges of widening disparity.He is also under compulsion to finance with taxpayers’ money the losses made by the state-owned banks due to swelling default loans and a number of scams.
Photo: Tanvir AhammedAn elderly person casts his vote in a school in Kanaiya, Gazipur on 26 June. Photo: Tanvir AhammedA large number of women arrived to vote in the morning. Tanvir Ahammed took the photo from Kanaiya government primary school on 26 June.Photo: Dipu MalakarBNP mayoral candidate Hasan Uddin Sarker’s supporters display victory signs as he casts his vote at Bachhir Uddin Udayan Academy polling centre in Tongi on 26 June. Photo: Dipu MalakarBGB (Border Guard Bangladesh) members patrol College Road near Bachhir Uddin Udayan Academy polling centre in Tongi on 26 June. Photo: Tanvir AhammedA child watches as Awami League mayoral candidate Jahangir Alam casts his vote at Kanaiya government primary school in Gazipur on 26 June. Voting has begun in the Gazipur City Corporation polls on Tuesday. This is the first time that the contestants compete with their respective party symbols here.BNP’s Hasan Uddin Sarker and Awami League’s Jahangir Alam are main mayoral candidates among the seven vying for the office.The election was scheduled to be held on 15 May, but on 6 May the High Court stayed the election following a writ petition. Later, an apex court cleared the way for the polls and the election commission rescheduled it for 26 June.Voting began at 8:00am and will end at 4:00pm. There are 57 ward councils in the city corporation and one candidate has been elected uncontested. A total of 254 candidates are contesting in the remaining 56 councils. For the reserved 19 seats of women councillors, 84 are competing.Prothom Alo caught the day in pictures. Photo: Saiful IslamA woman uses an EVM (electronic voting machine) to cast her vote at Rani Bilashmoni Government Boys’ High School in Gazipur Sadar on 26 June. Photo: Saiful IslamVoters queue up despite light rain from the morning at Rani Bilashmoni Government Boys’ High School in Gazipur Sadar on 26 June.
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More than 50 of the island’s tourism players, including Minister Yiorkos Lakkotrypis, are taking part in the World Travel Market underway in London this week.There, businessmen, hoteliers and tour operators have the opportunity until Wednesday to present their products and services and cement contacts for the summer season 2018.Lakkotrypis will hold a number of meetings with British airline representatives and tour operators and will lead a business delegation from Cyprus which will take part in a networking event on Tuesday with British business people where the minister will present prospects for investment in Cyprus. Emphasis will be placed on the fields of hydrocarbons, commerce and tourism.The delegation’s visit was organised by the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Cyprus Employers and Industrialists’ Federation as well as the Cyprus – British Business Association. Also present at the exhibition is Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO) chief Angelos Loizou.According to the CTO between January and September 2017 Cyprus welcomed 3,001,603 visitors, an increase of 14.7 per cent compared with the same period last year. Of these, 1,039,783 visitors came from the UK, an 8.9 per cent increase over the previous year.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoYahoo SearchThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Research Best Compact SUV CarYahoo SearchUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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