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Have a happy, safe Halloween


Accept treats at the door and never go into a stranger's house. They say they'll have plenty of troopers out on patrol. Make sure costumes do not block kids' vision, even for a moment, or have loose material that may cause them to trip and fall. Lire la suite »

Magistrate charged over alleged child sex offences


Graeme Curran, 67, was charged today following extensive investigations by Strike Force Stantke, which was established by detectives from the State Crime Command's Sex Crimes Squad in 2014. Investigations under Strike Force Stantke are continuing. Investigators encourage any person who has been a victim of any kind of sexual violence, no matter how long ago the incident occurred, to report it to police. Lire la suite »

'Take It Or Leave It:' Sena Answer to Devendra Fadnavis' Ultimatum


In a clear bid to hurt the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) where it could hurt the most, the Shiv Sena has made a decision to contest from at least 25 seats in the Gujarat Assembly elections due in December. Chief Minister Fadnavis said yesterday that he will reshuffle his cabinet before the winter session of the state legislature. Asked about reports of some Sena leaders threatening to withdraw from the state government, Fadnavis said, "What is there to react?" He said Maharashtra veteran ... Lire la suite »

Hong Kong to host Gay Games in 2022

Hong Kong will host the 2022 Gay Games, fighting off bids from cities in the United States and Mexico to become the first Asian city to stage the sports and cultural event. The economic impact for the city is estimated to be HK$1 billion according to bid organisers. But a landmark court decision in September that granted a British lesbian in Hong Kong - known as "QT" - the right to live and work in the city as a dependant of her long-term partner was hailed as a decision that could ... Lire la suite »

Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (NASDAQ:ARE) To Release Earnings

British Columbia Investment Management Corp purchased a new stake in Alexandria Real Estate Equities during the second quarter valued at about $4,633,000. Investors of record on Friday, September 30th were issued a $0.80 dividend. This represents a $3.20 dividend on an annualized basis and a yield of 2.93%. Lire la suite »

'Devastating' Hinkley Point strike averted after agreement

GMB national officer Phil Whitehurst said: "The employers side in the negotiation should have declared their hand way before January 2017, but chose to take it to the wire". "The pay rates agreed at Hinkley Point will provide a significant boost to the local economy and together with the ambitious apprenticeship programme on the project, will generate much needed skills boost and investment in the south west region", Hughes said. Lire la suite »

At least NINE dead - Police desperately search cool boxes for dismembered bodies


The Metropolitan Police Department found the bodies and body parts while investigating Takahiro Shiraishi in connection with the disappearance of a 23-year-old woman in Hachioji, western Tokyo. Regarding the flesh and internal organs, the suspect told police, "I dumped them in the garbage". Investigators found that Mr Shiraishi had been in contact with her, after she wrote online that she wanted to commit suicide. Lire la suite »

PM Modi pays tributes to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel


He said that the Narmada Dam, which is named after Sardar Patel , was completed only after the Narendra Modi government came to power at the Centre. Meanwhile, the Ahmedabad district administration has also organised a Run for Unity event to mark Sardar Jayanti. Prime Minister Modi, in his recent monthly "Mann ki Baat" radio broadcast, had paid his tribute to Sardar Patel, saying that he laid the foundation of a "modern, united India". Lire la suite »

John Kelly calls Confederate general an 'honorable man'


Perhaps the fact that I served eight years in the Army will give some gravitas to the comments I am about to make. He also accused Wilson of grandstanding during a speech at the opening of Federal Bureau of Investigation field office, though video of her remarks fail to show the self-congratulatory comments he mentioned. Lire la suite »

SNP launches two inquiries into sexual misconduct allegations


Ms Sturgeon was talking to BBC Scotland after proposing cross-party talks to examine how best to tackle the issue. "The individuals and their concerns are unconnected to each other". Nicola Sturgeon: The First Minister has written to Holyrood's presiding officer. "However, in light of these recent developments I would be grateful to learn what additional steps the Parliament might consider taking to strengthen the level of reassurance for staff and all others who come into contact ... Lire la suite »

BC NDP moves to ban 'big money' in municipal elections


The changes would come into effect for the October 20, 2018 municipal elections. "I am thrilled for the municipalities of this province that their next elections will be free of the influence of big money", said Weaver. "This is a good step forward and levelling the playing field for all campaigns on both levels of government. British Columbians wanted big money out of politics and we support that", Mr. Lire la suite »

The Gardens Between coming to PlayStation® 4 in 2018

The developer describes The Gardens Between as "a breathtaking puzzle game where best friends, Arina and Frendt, find themselves in a surreal world of garden islands". The Gardens Between features a rich and colorful art style depicting a fantastical world that draws inspiration from contemporary illustration, landscape design and architecture. Lire la suite »

China, South Korea Agree to Shelve Thaad Missile Shield Dispute


Beijing has slapped a series of measures on South Korean firms and banned tour groups going to the country in moves seen as economic retaliation for the deployment of the powerful US Terminal High Altitude Defense (THAAD) system. But it indicated that both were sticking to their stances, saying the "Korean side reiterated its positions that it had publicly stated" while China "hoped that the Korean side would deal with related issues appropriately". Lire la suite »

Kenya : Uhuru Kenyatta Kenyatta réélu président avec 98% des voix


Uhuru Kenyatta, le président sortant, a remporté 98,26% des suffrages, soit 7,483 millions de voix. Il a précisé que le taux de participation était de 38,3%, et a assuré que le scrutin a été "libre et équitable". Raïla Odinga est resté pour l'instant ferme. Odinga, qui a déclaré qu'il ne reconnaîtrait le gouvernement de Kenyatta, devrait s'exprimer ce lundi, pour montrer à ses partisans "la voie à suivre ". Lire la suite »

IPS officer arrested for cheating in exam


Karim successfully cleared the civil services examination in 2014. The police say that he was writing the exam to be an IAS officer. "Karim's wife, Joicy Joy, dictated the answers to him from Hyderabad", an investigating officer said. The three-hour examination started at 9am. The IPS officer and his wife are in police custody. The accused, who has been arrested, might face dismissal from the force because he was still under probation when the incident occurred. Lire la suite »

Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) Trending Above The Moving Averages

Whereas they predicted High and Low Earnings Estimate as $0.61 and $0.59 respectively. About 3.95 million shares traded. Cisco Systems, Inc . (NASDAQ: CSCO ) has seen its SMA20 which is now 1.89%. Zurcher Kantonalbank (Zurich Cantonalbank) reported 0% in Neurocrine Biosciences, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO ). Ruggie Gp invested in 2,874 shares. Parametric Associate stated it has 0.52% of its portfolio in Cisco Systems, Inc . Lire la suite »

Trump wants State Department to release remaining Clinton emails


Trump has been condemning Clinton for using a private email server when she served as Secretary of State. Sen. Chuck Grassley, (R., Iowa), who chairs the Judiciary Committee, was the first member of Congress to press the Justice Department for information about the Uranium One deal, asking Attorney General Jeff Sessions last week whether the agency was investigating the matter. Lire la suite »

Mikel Merino blow for Newcastle after Burnley defeat


It's been a successful start to the season for Burnley and they now find themselves eighth in the league with 13 points from eight games. "It was a game we were controlling and we knew that scoring one goal would win it". Benitez rung the changes by bringing on Hayden, Jacob Murphy and Dwight Gayle - and his subs nearly paid off in the 82nd minute as Joselu came inches away from finding an equaliser - his shot whistling just past the post. Lire la suite »

U.S. to pledge up to $60 mln to fight terrorism in Sahel


The United States has promised up to $60 million to support the Group of Five Sahel States (G5 Sahel) Joint Force's counter-terrorism efforts, the State Department said on Monday. Military officials have said the team was in the area to conduct surveillance on a terrorist leader. The State Department said the threats were coming from al-Qaida, the self-proclaimed Islamic State , Boko Haram and others. Lire la suite »

John Oliver Lays Into Australia's Same-Sex Marriage Postal Vote


On yesterday's episode of his show Last Week Tonight John Oliver turned his attention to Australia and the postal survey and the results are... not pretty. "You deserve someone who's committed to you, as you are to them!" "It turns out that according to DJ Funknukl, the attack actually wasn't connected with the gay marriage issue at all", Oliver said. Lire la suite »

Boehner: Hannity and Limbaugh were dragged to the 'dark side'

This is especially unsurprising in the era of Donald Trump's presidency, which has involved lots of on-the-record swearing (think of Anthony Scaramucci and Steve Bannon). "With Chaffetz, it's always about Chaffetz". "He's scared to death of his wife", Boehner said of former First Lady Michelle Obama. He's a populist. Lire la suite »