Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, November 15, 2017 – Providenciales – Traffic Officers of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force are investigating a fatal accident that occurred last night (Tuesday 14th November 2017) around 6:18 pm on South Dock Road, Providenciales where a 23-year-old female lone passenger of a Silver Nissan Murano succumbed to injuries after the vehicle collided into a wall.Investigations are ongoing to determine the circumstances that caused the accident and the exact cause of the death.The RT&CIPF are appealing for any witnesses to this accident to contact them.ArrestsDetectives of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force are continuing investigations into a number of reports and have successfully arrested and charged numerous persons.As a result of investigations, On Thursday 5th October 2017, an 18-year-old male of Providenciales was arrested and charged with two counts of Possession of Cannabis, Handling Stolen Goods, Burglary and Taking Motor Vehicle without Authority. He was taken to court and is remanded to Her Majesty’s Prison (HMP).Also on Friday 20th October, a 40 year old male of Grand Turk was arrested and given 30 charges (10 counts of Forgery, 10 counts of Theft of a Chose in action and 10 counts of Uttering Forged document) in connection with reports made on Tuesday 10th October and Thursday 19th October 2017 by two different complainants. He was taken to court and given bail.On Tuesday 7th November 2017, two males of Providenciales, ages 17 and 22 years old were arrested and charged with Possession of Controlled Drugs namely Cannabis. Both were taken to court and given bail.A 25-year-old male of Providenciales was arrested and charged with Burglary in connection with a report made on Friday 13th October 2017. He was taken to court and also given bail.Two (2) males of Providenciales, ages 22 and 26 years old were arrested for numerous serious offences after a report was made on Tuesday 18th July 2017. On Monday 6th November, The twenty-two year old was arrested and later charged with three (3) counts of kidnapping, two (2) counts of Robbery, three (3) counts of rape, three (3) counts of possession of imitation firearm with intent to cause fear and taking motor vehicle without authority. He was taken to court and later remanded to Her Majesty’s Prison. The twenty-six year old was arrested on Thursday 9th October 2017 on suspicion of Robbery, Kidnapping and rape. He is remanded in police custody for fourteen (14 days) orders of the court.Also, a 34-year-old male of Providenciales is presently in Police custody after he was arrested on Tuesday 14th November 2017 on suspicion of Robbery and Attempted Murder in connection with a report made on 11th October 2010.On Friday 10th November 2017, Financial Crimes Detectives arrested a male of Nassau Bahamas for Uttering Forged in connection with a report made on the 4th August 2017. He is presently on $50,000 police bail.Press Release: RT&CIPf Related Items:
SEATTLE — A Seattle police SWAT team and negotiators have responded to a motel in North Seattle after a bank robbery suspect barricaded himself inside a room.Police spokesman Mark Jamieson says an officer was serving an arrest warrant on a woman Sunday afternoon when he discovered her staying with a bank robbery suspect.Jamieson says that male suspect spotted the officer, ran into the motel room and refused to come out. The man told officers he would not leave and was holding his girlfriend hostage.Police say it’s unclear whether the man has weapons but they’re taking him seriously. The floor where the man was staying was evacuated.Jamieson did not have details about the bank robbery.
Dan Cohen AUTHOR A newly created Space Force would fall under the Department of the Air Force rather than become an independent department, under a draft legislative proposal being circulated within the Pentagon. DOD intends to submit the proposal to Congress in February along with its fiscal 2020 budget request. The new service would be overseen by a newly created undersecretary of the Air Force and a Space Force chief of staff, who would sit on the Joint Chiefs, reports Defense News. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Zoe Thacker
The final phase of web counselling for engineering courses will begin from July 24, said TS EAMCET convenor Navin Mittal. Students can register themselves on July 24 and 25 and along with a slot booking for certificate verification. The certificate verification for the candidates who booked the slot will be held on July 26. The web option process will begin from July 24 to July 27 and the provisional seat allotment will be made on July 29. “Around 49,012 students have been allocated seats in the first phase of web counselling, out of which 42,000 candidates reported to the college,” said the convenor. On the other hand, spot admissions will be given to ECET candidates on July 18 and July 19 for making a lateral entry into engineering stream.
JAMMU/DELHI: Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad was stopped at the Jammu airport on Tuesday and sent back to Delhi, a party leader said, the second time in a month the former chief minister was not allowed to visit Jammu and Kashmir. “Azad sahib had arrived from Delhi at around 2.45 pm and was not allowed to move out from the airport and forcibly sent back in a return flight to Delhi at 4.10 pm,” state Congress chief spokesperson Ravinder Sharma told PTI. Also Read – One arrested for firing outside Satna college in Madhya Pradesh Advertise With Us The leader of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha was not allowed to go home or attend the party meeting at state Congress headquarters either, Azad’s close aides said. The Congress leader will return back to Delhi in the evening through a GoAir flight. Earlier on August 8, Azad was briefly detained and sent back from the Srinagar airport after the administration imposed restrictions following the Centre’s move to scrap the state’s special status and bifurcate it into Union territories. Also Read – Abrogation Of Article 370 Carried Out In Inhuman Way: Urmila Matondkar Advertise With Us “It is unfortunate that he (Azad) is not allowed into his home state in the past two weeks,” Sharma said. “He is the former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir, member of Rajya Sabha from the state and leader of the Opposition in Rajya Sabha.” The Congress spokesperson said Azad just wanted to come and meet some people to know about the prevailing situation. “Denying him permission shows that how the mainstream national party is not being allowed to interact and discuss the current situation,” he said, adding that the Congress and its leaders were not “trouble-makers” that the state was behaving like this.
Today is N7 Day, a cute reminder that November 7 shares a letter and number with Mass Effect’s highest-level special agents. In honor of this fake holiday, BioWare is hosting a roundtable discussing all things Mass Effect 4, and you can watch it below.Very little is known about Mass Effect 4 at the moment. So far, we know that the worst vehicle in video game history, the original Mass Effect’s Mako, will be making a comeback — and shouldn’t make you seriously consider returning the game for a refund. The upcoming sequel will also likely not feature Commander Shepard, nor will it feature main characters from the previous trilogy. It will, however, feature similar races. We’re hoping every character in the game will be hanar — including our hero — and the whole game will take place on the hanar homeworld.The new hero is somehow connected to N7, but BioWare hasn’t revealed exactly how. It has also been revealed that the story takes place in a new region of space compared to Shepard’s Reaper-infested zones, but as we previously theorized, it can’t be too far away considering the races of the original trilogy weren’t known to have traveled very far beyond Shepard’s region.So far, BioWare isn’t calling the game Mass Effect 4 like the rest of us, and it appears to be the game is more of a spiritual sequel, rather than directly continuing the story of the trilogy. For now, all we can do is theorize, and devour any bones BioWare tosses us, like the above roundtable.
The body of Kivú, the last of Costa Rica’s living lions, is currently under forensic evaluation to determine the exact cause of his death, but the Environment Ministry (MINAE) and Simón Bolívar Zoo are blaming each other for his passing last Friday.Fundación Pro Zoológicos (FUNDAZOO), the administrator of the San José zoo where Kivú lived most of his 18 years, released a statement denying any responsibility for the lion’s death. The statement said Kivú never showed any symptoms of chronic kidney disease during examinations conducted at the zoo.Zoo officials blamed MINAE and the Agriculture and Livestock Ministry for the deterioration of Kivú’s health. Taking the lion to ZooAve, a private refuge in Alajuela province, was the reason for his health problems, the statement said.The document adds that “the quick death of the lion at ZooAve, following its forced relocation on Dec. 5, was the result of [MINAE and MAG’s] disregards of all warnings about the risks of moving him outside Simón Bolívar Zoo.”It cites a Nov. 2 report from FUNDAZOO’s veterinarian Randall Arguedas that was submitted to both ministries at the time to prevent the relocation. Arguedas said that moving the lion to another location with different temperature, relative humidity and other environmental conditions than those in downtown San José could severely affect Kivú’s health.The zoo’s statement says Kivú’s kidney problems were a result of conditions of his new enclosure at ZooAve, “built using metal roof sheets and lacking proper ventilation.” Those factors caused a temperature spike that required additional water intake, “but stress prevented him from drinking enough water and that likely led to a kidney failure.”Following Kivú’s death, many people commented on the zoo’s Facebook profile, blaming zoo administrators for keeping the lion inside a metal cage during most of his life, and for disregarding orders to move him to a better home.MINAE respondsMINAE officials on Tuesday responded with another news release saying that Kivú’s death “was a result of the chronic disease that started affecting him before his relocation.”The lion stopped eating last week and a general check-up showed his chronic renal disease had worsened. Officials, however, stressed that the lion’s quality of life improved at his new and more spacious home.The ministry’s statement describes how living conditions at the Simón Bolivar Zoo prevented the 18-year-old lion from engaging in natural behavior, and argues that zookeepers failed to follow recommendations to improve the lion’s diet by giving him not only meat but also bones, feathers, fur and innards to stimulate his instincts.The response also noted that spending most of his life inside the 70-square-meter cage the zoo provided had a direct impact on Kivú’s life. It critized FUNDAZOO for failing to relocate the lion to a more appropriate home, “despite a public commitment issued upon his arrival in 1999 to take him and his sister Kariba to a refuge in Santa Ana.”MINAE’s statement says the decision to relocate Kivú was based on the results of physical and laboratory tests that showed the chronic kidney disease.“The decision was based on an in-depth analysis conducted by 10 feline experts, including international consultants,” the ministry said.Ban on zoosNegative reactions and comments following the first news reports of Kivú’s deteriorating health also included requests for the closure and ban of all zoos in Costa Rica.Rafael Ortiz Fábrega, a legislator representing the Social Christian Unity Party, filed a draft bill last week asking for amendments to the country’s Wildlife Law to ban zoos. Solís’ plan states that Costa Rica should ban the opening of new zoos and calls for a five-year period “for the closure or transformation of all existing ones.”Current zoos would be forced “to change their operation to follow that of sanctuaries, refuges or conservation centers,” Solís said. He also proposes a ban on the capture or import of animals for public exhibition purposes.Solís says that the operation of the country’s zoos “is not appropriate for the 21st century, as captive animals face terrible suffering,” and added that zoos give Costa Rica a bad environmental image.The Environment Ministry said that experts are currently working on various projects to improve the quality of life of captive animals. However, a proposal for closing or banning zoos is not currently under consideration at the Ministry.In December, President Luis Guillermo Solís posted one of the last videos of Kivú at ZooAve. Related posts:Kivú’s health condition worsens; officials evaluate options Ministries confirm relocation orders for Kivú the lion Environment officials move Kivú the lion to a new home Kivú the lion recovers at his new home Facebook Comments
The Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism (MITT), Faiyaz Siddiq Koya has revealed that Tourism Fiji will lead the way to achieve a sustainability conscious tourism industry – that aligns itself with the Fijian Government’s Green Growth Framework – to protect the pristine natural environment of Fiji.Koya made the announcement during a press conference at the Fijian Tourism Expo (FTE) 2015.The Fijian Government in June this year launched the Green Growth Framework, which focuses on rebalancing the three pillars of sustainable development – economic, social, and environment.The press conference highlighted examples of environmental and sustainability conscious tourism industry operators that are doing well in supporting the vision of ‘A better Fiji for all’ and taking into consideration the global and regional developments on green growth.“The last impression that Fiji and its people leave in the minds of the international buyers, exhibitors and media is a very important one. Therefore, this calls on each individual to regard Fiji as a precious destination,” stated Koya.Koya noted that despite the fact that globally, the travel industry is perceived to have the highest carbon-footprint, it is important to recognise the efforts of key industry partners who are taking momentous steps in trying to offset the carbon emissions from tourism-related activities through innovation.Koya emphasised that Fiji has real examples of industry partners who have been conscious of the fragile nature of Fiji’s natural environment and have already put environmental best practices in place to ensure its sustainability.
Another deadline is looking likely to be missed in the construction of the Eleftheria square, even as the municipality is frantically trying to expedite progress, but at least some of the cost overruns may not end up burdening the taxpayer, the Sunday Mail has learned.“It is not a matter of dates,” a source close to the project told the Sunday Mail. The latest delay, acknowledged by the municipality’s project director Agni Petridou earlier this week, has been attributed to the contractor’s inability to meet the standards set by the architects on a part of the bridge. A foreign expert will have to be brought in to complete this section, she said.“The dates are not set by the municipality,” said the source, who spoke on condition of anonymity.“The municipality’s effort right now is for the bridge and Costaki Pantelidi street to be opened to the public. But actually, contrary to public perception, the project is moving along and is in a course of completion.”According to Petridou’s statement, a part of the bridge and the road running along the northern side of the square will be opened to the public in January.Builders at the Eleftheria Square site this week when it was announced foreign experts were to be called in to help with parts of the constructionIn a bid to meet the tight deadlines, the contractor has already committed more than 120 workers on the project, with a report in daily Phileleftheros claiming they had agreed to raise the number to nearly double from now on.The municipality could not confirm the number of labourers committed to the project.Added costs, incurred by delays and outsourcing construction of parts of the project will be reviewed by the Central Committee of Changes and Claims, the source said.The committee is a government body comprising the state treasurer, the auditor general, the head of the European programmes directorate, the permanent secretary of the transport ministry and the heads of various other government departments. It approves or rejects over-budget cost or deadline extensions through a “painstakingly thorough process”.“It reviews extensive reports highlighting the added cost incurred or deadline missed, it examines both sides’ arguments, and makes a determination on whether they should be approved or not,” the Mail was told.Asked whether the contractor could assume the cost for being unable to meet the standards set by the architect and causing the delay and the need to outsource construction, the source implied that this could be the case.“You have to understand, these things are governed by a signed contract that provides for every possible contingency,” the source said.“Before any part of the project is actually constructed, the architect demands a sample of the contractor’s work. If it is not satisfactory, the contractor is instructed to try again – obviously, if he ends up saying he can’t do it, the cost overrun of getting someone else to do it will end up with the Central Committee of Changes and Claims.”These things are routine in projects this large, the source said, adding with a chuckle that “in Cyprus, we tend to be a little casual about standards and due process”.The project’s cost was originally budgeted at €23 million, but following the 2014 withdrawal of the first contractor, it was broken down into two smaller ones: construction of the bridge and square were awarded to another contractor for a budgeted €13.5 million, while construction of a two-storey underground parking lot adjacent to the square was awarded to the same contractor via a different tenders’ process for some €11 million.Costaki Pantelidi Street at the edge of the building worksBy April 2016 mayor Constantinos Yiorkadjis said the projected costs were now €32m, excluding construction of the two-storey parking space but including an EAC substation.Bureaucratic inertia being what it is, any public project of this magnitude could be expected to run over, both in completion time and budget, but the Eleftheria square particularly proved something of a perfect storm.First it was antiquities found during initial digs that caused a delay; then it was the rocky relationship between the first contractor and the architects, each blaming the other; then it was the municipality’s releasing of the first contractor and deciding to low-ball the new tender budget in hopes of attracting lower bids, which pushed the process further back; then it was the new contractor failing to build things to the standard set by the architects.At one point or other, everyone involved was blamed of having contributed to the delays – by now almost, if not more than, twice the time initially estimated it would have taken the project to be finished from scratch.But perhaps the biggest blunder of all through the years is that, despite seeing time and again that it has little control over delays, the municipality insists on cornering itself with hard promises.“The contractor and the architects are working intensively to implement planning in the best way possible,” Yiorkadjis said in March 2012, announcing the start of Phase 1, which was to last one year.“We will not stop monitoring and give solutions to any problems that may come up, in order to serve the public as well as possible and make this complex project in our city’s centre a reality.”Similar promises have been made multiple times since – and broken every time – yet, strikingly, another came this week.In her statement, Petridou announced a series of “stringent organisational measures” designed to “ensure that there will be no further delays in completing the project”, meaning delivering the bridge by January and the square by July.This, of course, followed an earlier pledge to deliver the bridge by the end of last summer, and the square by year-end. Five years of delays and missed deadlinesMarch 2005: tenders invited for square designDecember 28, 2005: Iraqi-born British architect Zaha Hadid and her associates Christos Passas and Saffet Bekiroglu win the competition to redesign Eleftheria squareAugust 29, 2011: final architectural plans unveiledDecember 22, 2011: construction contract awardedFeb 6, 2012: construction work starts by Miltiades Neophytou contracting firmJuly 1, 2012: deadline for completion of Eleftheria square bridge and Eastern moat missed, pushed back to June 20, 2013June 20, 2013: deadline for completion of bridge missedJuly 24, 2013: temporary metal bridge over the Eleftheria square site connecting the walled city and the part outside the walls to address pedestrian movement issues during construction – still in placeFeb 6, 2014: project completion deadline at cost €23m missed, pushed back to June 17, 2014Feb 24, 2014: amicable dissolution of agreement with contractor in exchange for €530,000 (against contractor’s demands of over €1.5mln)April 4, 2014: project split into two parts (underground parking and redesign of square), new competition for construction contract openedJune 17, 2014: project completion deadline missedJune-July, 2014: Nicosia municipality cancels tenders process as bids received greatly exceeded budgetNovember 23, 2014: square redesign contract awarded to lowest bidder at 55 per cent over budgetDecember 12, 2014: underground parking contract awarded to new contractorMarch 2015: municipality cancels decision to award new underground parking contract due to suspicions of collusion among biddersJanuary 1, 2015: new contractor Lois Builders starts work on a March 2016 deadlineMay 11, 2015: €3.5 million’s worth of work, formerly part of the underground parking contract, moved to the square redesign contract without a tenders processNovember 11, 2015: project completion deadline pushed back to June 9, 2016Dec 31, 2015: deadline for project completion for co-sponsorship of 85 per cent by EU structural funds missed, project included into new EU programmeFebruary 8, 2016: project completion deadline pushed back to November 30, 2016April 13, 2016: Mayor Constantinos Yiorkadjis announces “end-of-year” completion and €32m cost (excluding construction of the two-storey parking space)March 31, 2017: official deadline for completion of bridge and squareSeptember 1, 2017: deadline for opening the bridge to the public missedLatest deadlinesJanuary, 2018: deadline currently in force for opening the bridge to the publicJuly, 2018: deadline currently in force for delivering the squareYou May LikeMBA Degrees | Search AdsMBA Programs Online – See For YourselfMBA Degrees | Search AdsUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoSecurity SaversWindows Users Advised To Do This TodaySecurity SaversUndo 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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