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  • PM Imran Khan performs groundbreaking of KCR project 27 Sep 2021 12:21 KARACHI: Prime Minister Imran Khan Monday performed the groundbreaking of the much-awaited Karachi Circular Railway (KCR) project. Addressing the groundbreaking ceremony held at the Cantonment Railway Station, PM Imran said, "In the 1980s, Karachi was …
  • Impalila wants to cut dependency on Botswana 27 Sep 2021 12:19 RESIDENTS of Imapalila Island have been pressuring the Namibian government to provide them with the necessary services to end their dependency on Botswana. Since independence, villagers of the island have been depending on Kasane, a border town along the …
  • Smart motorways: 1 in 10 safety cameras ‘not working’, undercover probe finds 27 Sep 2021 12:14 The government is investigating “as a matter of urgency” after an undercover probe cast further questions over the safety of England’s smart motorway network, claiming that one in 10 safety cameras on the roads were found to be faulty or facing the wrong …
  • Deadly Statesboro Shooting: Police say 22-year-old found dead at Stadium Walk Apartments 27 Sep 2021 11:53 Police: 22-year-old man shot to death at Statesboro's Stadium Walk Apartments Authorities say Brian David Diaz was found dead Sunday night. Copy Link Copy {copyShortcut} to copy Link copied! Updated: 7:23 AM EDT Sep 27, 2021 Hide Transcript Show …
  • Centre, Sindh govt must work together for Karachi's development: PM Imran Khan 27 Sep 2021 11:41 PM Imran Khan talks about Karachi's significance for the whole country. Says to resolve the issues faced by Karachi, both the Centre and the provincial government will have to work together. Says KCR project will be completed in three years against a …
  • The suburban office park rises from the dead 27 Sep 2021 11:29 When it was built in the 1980s, Connell Corporate Park in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, was the typical office park: a cluster of Class A office buildings surrounded by parking lots right next to the interstate and within an hour’s drive of the big city …
  • The ‘Love Jihad’ Bogey Targeting Interfaith Couples in India 27 Sep 2021 11:19 Asia-Pacific, Featured, Gender, Headlines, Human Rights, Religion, TerraViva United Nations Human Rights Sheeba Aslam Fehmi at an event organized by Dhanak, celebrating couples who married under the Special Marriage Act. NEW DELHI, India, Sep 27 2021 (IPS) …
  • Ambulance worker slams panic buyers 27 Sep 2021 10:28 An ambulance driver has told how she was verbally abused on a petrol station forecourt after she was unable to fill up the emergency vehicle for two days. Becky Hough, 24, slammed panic buyers as she was left driving around all weekend in a desperate hunt …
  • Fuel scarcity looms as marketers, suppliers contend with hurdles 27 Sep 2021 10:24 Supply of petroleum products across the federation may be disrupted in the coming days, as multiple challenges confront marketers, haulage companies and their workers. The operators, yesterday, said over 90 per cent of trucks, conveying petroleum products, …
  • The inspiring math of kindness: How one woman turned a 2-day yard sale into a year's worth of generosity 27 Sep 2021 09:23 It's not hard to spot Susan Thompson-Gaines's house on a recent afternoon. A teddy bear larger than a man sits on her porch, and her yard is packed with people picking through items of all sorts - useful items, unusual items, items that make people …
  • Power shift: The Latrobe Valley looks for a new future, again 27 Sep 2021 09:22 Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text size Bronya Lipski has warm memories of being five years old and piling into the family station wagon at the end of the day with her mum and sisters to drive from their home in the Gippsland town of Moe to …
  • Ambulance driver forced to work 999 shift while low on fuel slams panic buyers 27 Sep 2021 09:20 Becky Hough was driving around for two days and feared the ambulance would run out of fuel while responding to emergency calls. When she finally got some fuel, she was verbally abused by motorists Becky Hough said she feared running out of fuel while on …
  • Retail Jobs Are Treated As A Temporary Bridge To Something Better. But Why? 27 Sep 2021 09:14 People lick their fingers, touch money and hand it to you. They take money out of bras or hand you bills soaking wet with lake water. When you become a grocery cashier, says Rachel Baker, you quickly learn that retail is really filthy. She thinks back to …
  • Lost cat found four months later, 130 miles away, next to motorway 27 Sep 2021 09:08 A cat was reunited with its owners after making a remarkable 130-mile trip up a motorway. Dexter had been missing from the family home in the West Midlands for four months before being handed in to Foxcotte Vets in Ludgershall, Wiltshire. Jess Walmsley, an …
  • PNR Bicol eyed for partial operations by April 2022 — Tugade 27 Sep 2021 08:53 Partial operability of a segment of the Philippine National Railway’s (PNR) Bicol project is being eyed to begin by April next year, Department of Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur P. Tugade announced on Monday, Sept. 27. “Target ko pong maging …
  • Petrol station mayhem could last 'for a further week', warn industry chiefs 27 Sep 2021 08:37 The queues and lack of fuel at petrol stations up and down the country could last 'for a further week', industry chiefs have said. Petrol Retailers Association chairman Brian Madderson said; "It’s going to take a long while to get back to …
  • A happy ending: The Class of 2020 finally celebrates their commencement weekend 27 Sep 2021 08:21 Cassia Caruth and Gina Kovalik, both Trinity ‘20, sat in the shade of the Duke Chapel archway, enjoying the cool Saturday morning. As alumni returning to Duke for the delayed Class of 2020 commencement, they took the weekend to stroll through campus and …
  • Barbara Eden Had to Hide Her Long-Awaited 1st Pregnancy during Filming, Even from Co-star Clint Eastwood 27 Sep 2021 07:39 Barbara Eden has a series of charming stories to share from her early days as an actress and struggling to become a mom. When she finally found out she was to be a mom, she came up with a plan.   Barbara Eden has seen all aspects of life in Hollywood, …
  • Denham Springs celebrates fall with the return of its Fall Antique Festival in it downtown district 27 Sep 2021 07:22 A record number of vendors are slated to participate in the annual Fall Antique Festival sponsored by the Denham Springs Downtown Antique & Merchants Association and Main Street Denham Springs which is scheduled for Saturday in the heart of the city’s …
  • Why Dante’s work still matters, 700 years on 27 Sep 2021 07:01 “I like the idea of continuing Dante’s journey in the three books – exploring and learning and going back to other artists who used it,” she says. “For us, it was a learning process, we worked and developed our practice through it as well.” The exhibition …
  • PM Imran Khan to perform groundbreaking of KCR project today 27 Sep 2021 06:59 Prime Minister Imran Khan will perform groundbreaking of the Karachi Circular Railway project today. The groundbreaking ceremony of the KCR project will be held at the Cantonment Railway Station. Frontier Works Organization (FWO) will lay the track for the …
  • West Lusail District Cooling Plant to cool Lusail Stadium 27 Sep 2021 06:50 Doha: The West Lusail District Cooling Plant, the latest district cooling plant, will supply with a capacity of 30,000 tonnes of refrigeration to Lusail Stadium, the largest stadium of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. Within the framework of the tasks of the …
  • Mumbai: Fraudsters pose as cosmetic company’s executives, dupe doctor of Rs 15,000 27 Sep 2021 06:27 A 32-year-old doctor was duped of Rs 15,000 by two cyber-fraudsters who impersonated as executives from Nykaa, a cosmetics retail store, and tricked her into transferring the money on the pretext of giving her a 40 per cent cashback and an iPhone as a gift …
  • ‘We are not safe’: Warning on city buildings as more quakes predicted 27 Sep 2021 06:00 “Lockdown was an absolute, I hesitate to use the word ‘God-send’, but it was certainly a factor in avoiding injuries.” Nobody was injured when the bricks smashed onto Chapel Street.Credit:Eddie JimMinor damage was worst along Chapel Street, where ageing …
  • For many SA women, home is hell 27 Sep 2021 05:55 Early on the morning of 25 June, Vuyokazi Yvonne Mathebula, 39, and her neighbour were reflecting on a funeral taking place a few streets away in Block V in Soshanguve, which lies about 30km north of Pretoria. The dead woman had been brutally killed by her …
  • Organizations come together to help homeless on Dignity Day in Vallejo 27 Sep 2021 04:44 For the second time in 2021, the Solano Dream Center and Christian Help Center did their best to show dignity for the homeless population in Vallejo. Six months after the inaugural event, Dr. Michael Hester and a slew of organizations gave out free …
  • Vande Mataram train between Dharwad-Bengaluru soon: Prahlad Joshi 27 Sep 2021 04:42 Union minister Prahlad Joshi performs bhoomi pooja for the construction of an ROB near Kalyan Nagar railway gate in Dharwad on Sunday.DHARWAD: Narendra Modi-led government at the Centre is committed to develop infrastructure and rail facilities in the …
  • ROAD TO 2021 LOCAL ELECTIONS: Manifestos launch: DA and EFF prioritise services 27 Sep 2021 04:31 Supporters at the Economic Freedom Fighters’ (EFF’s) local government elections manifesto launch at Gandhi Square in Johannesburg on 26 September 2021. (Photo: Gallo Images / Sharon Seretlo) | EFF leader Julius Malema during the party’s manifesto …
  • Three Reasons Android Auto Is a Better Choice Than Android Automotive 27 Sep 2021 04:05 And to do this, Google is offering multiple solutions, two of which bring the Android experience to the larger screen in the cabin. The first of them is Android Auto, and it works with the help of an Android device. As soon as the head unit offers Android …
  • LILLEY: Fewer Canadians cast ballots but do we know why? 27 Sep 2021 03:45 Article content Where did all the voters go? Article content In this election that Justin Trudeau tried to claim was the most important and pivotal of our era, voters simply didn’t show up in the same numbers as before. The 2021 election saw about 1.4 …
  • Graft charges framed against ex-minister Mannan, wife 27 Sep 2021 03:44 A Dhaka court yesterday formed charges against former state minister for housing and public works Abdul Mannan Khan and his wife Syeda Hasina Sultana in two graft cases. The couple, now on bail, pleaded not guilty and demanded justice after Judge Mohammed …
  • BIWTA filling up the Turag again 27 Sep 2021 03:43 Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority (BIWTA) has taken an initiative to build permanent structures in the capital's Gabtoli, Amin Bazar, and Diabari areas by filling the Turag. The government body has come up with the initiative as part of its …
  • 40 deals of all shapes and sizes to splurge on this weekend 27 Sep 2021 03:23 Deal pricing and availability subject to change after time of publication. Before we dive fully into gift-giving season, you should take some time to treat yourself. Whether that means going to the spa, enjoying a night out, or selecting a few gifts for …
  • 52 Ogun communities protest bad road, allege pregnant woman, student’s death 27 Sep 2021 01:55 Residents of 52 communities in the Olokuta area of Abeokuta, Ogun State, have protested against the poor condition of their major access road which recently claimed the lives of a secondary school student and a pregnant woman. PUNCH Metro gathered that the …
  • Photos show rampant drug use among the homeless around Penn Station  27 Sep 2021 01:42 Disturbing photos show homeless people in New York City's storied Garment District near Penn Station shooting up and dealing drugs in broad daylight as the crime in the area has spiked 41 percent since last year. Homelessness in the area has been a …
  • Jeremy Clarkson seeks 'wise old soul' to run planned 60-seater restaurant at Diddly Squat farm 27 Sep 2021 01:42 Jeremy Clarkson is seeking out a 'wise old soul' to run his new 60-seat restaurant at Diddly Squat farm in Oxfordshire. The 61-year-old Grand Tour host, who owns the 1,000-acre site in the Cotswolds, said he valued a person of years and experience …
  • Cut the planning shackles so Manuka hotel project isn’t delayed 27 Sep 2021 01:23 The Capitol Hotel and cinema complex construction site. Little room for a main entrance. Photo: Michelle Kroll. As the first stage of the Liangis Group’s hotel and cinema development in Manuka rises to its full commanding height and people start to get an …
  • Delhi: After Minto Bridge, PWD plans permanent solution for waterlogging at Ring Road 27 Sep 2021 00:35 After Minto Bridge, a permanent solution for waterlogging is being designed at Ring Road near the WHO building as the area has reported instances of heavy waterlogging, particularly this year. Officials of the Public Works Department (PWD) have discussed …
  • Northfield Selectboard to interview for emergency services facility project manager 27 Sep 2021 00:19 NORTHFIELD — The Selectboard will interview two candidates for an owner’s project manager on Tuesday as it continues progress toward establishing a shared emergency services facility. During the most recent Selectboard meeting on Sept. 21, Chair Heath …
  • Caldera chronicles- Computers taught to recognize Yellowstone quakes Untamed 26 Sep 2021 23:54 A seismogram from station YTP in Yellowstone National Park shows earthquakes from the swarm beneath Yellowstone Lake that began late on July 15, 2021. Each row represents 30 minutes of seismic data. Vertical red lines indicate that the amplitude of the …
  • Creative 360 hosts celebration to kick off year-long reading program 26 Sep 2021 23:19 A year-long book program kicked off with a celebration in Midland on Saturday.Creative 360 hosted a “block party" to launch the National Endowment for the Arts Big Read program. The event was in partnership with the Grace A. Dow Memorial Library and …
  • What Is The Most Dangerous Job In North Dakota? I Have My Pick 26 Sep 2021 22:04 Ok, I work in radio, I'm pretty confident most people do not find that a dangerous occupation (except those that listen to me and almost fall asleep when they are driving). To me, the obvious ones are the jobs that men and women do that put their lives …
  • Prepared in advance 26 Sep 2021 21:30 So, here you are reading The Standard Newspaper on the day of publication, or perhaps the day after on the internet or even later in the week or month. This is a good practice as the Standard is a quality publication worthy of a read. What is also true is …
  • Hyderabad man washed away in open, overflowing drain untraced, search operation underway 26 Sep 2021 20:41 By Express News Service HYDERABAD: An unidentified man fell into an overflowing open drain in the Manikonda area of Hyderabad late on Saturday night. His body was washed away and a massive search operation has been launched to trace him.  According to some …
  • PSO chief eyes 50pc market share in petrol, diesel soon 26 Sep 2021 20:39 KARACHI: Pakistan State Oil (PSO) Managing Director Syed Taha has said he’s actively trying to bring the focus of the company’s sales efforts back to the retail segment. In a recent interview with Dawn, Mr Taha said the company’s focus had previously …
  • Petrol pump chaos could last ANOTHER WEEK with Boris Johnson 'warned in June' 26 Sep 2021 20:32 Industry chiefs say the petrol pump chaos will last for at least another week as the Government was accused of mishandling the shortages crisis. More petrol stations closed as the pumps ran dry while others were left gridlocked by panic-buying motorists. …
  • Once more to the pumps: Ascension eyes new pump station to cut down Manchac flooding 26 Sep 2021 20:30 For years, as East Baton Rouge has sprawled south and Ascension and Iberville parishes have reached north, people have searched for ways to unclog the scenic bottleneck that is Bayou Manchac. Hemmed in by low bridges and the occasional bulkhead, choked by …
  • News24.com | Iceland government poised to win majority, but future uncertain 26 Sep 2021 20:23 Icelands Prime minister Katrín Jakobsdottir and top candidate of the Left Green Movement speaks to the media at a polling station in Icelands capital Reykjavik on 25 September 2021. Icelands Prime minister Katrín Jakobsdottir In this year's elections, …
  • Andrei Zorin's Biography 'Leo Tolstoy' is Essential Reading 26 Sep 2021 19:57 Leo Tolstoy’s life and works are copiously documented in editions of his writings in dozens of languages, new translations, biographies, critical studies, diaries and memoirs written by Tolstoy himself, his family, and his friends. If you already have …
  • Transmission Gully: Unfinished billion-dollar highway's bumpy road 26 Sep 2021 18:12 It is meant to be the day the first wheels hit the road on Transmission Gully. But heavy machinery will be the only traffic on 27-kilometre stretch of highway for the foreseeable future. Joel MacManus reports. After more than a billion dollars and a …
  • The best home security systems of 2021: Comcast Xfinity, Vivint, SimpliSafe and more - CNET 26 Sep 2021 17:22 Home security is always changing and more efficient than ever. Over the past 15 years, professional systems such as ADT have been forced to make room for more affordable DIY alternatives from disruptors like Wyze and Ring. Meanwhile, internet-connected …
  • Police Blotter: Unknown Man Opens Woman's Car Door, Rubs Stomach And Pats Head Of Her Friend; Lyft Driver Worries About Woman Pulled Inside House; Man Swings Ax On East 11th Street 26 Sep 2021 16:11 A woman on Chestnut Street said a man opened her car door while she was standing near her car. She confronted him and he immediately stepped away. She continued, while her friend was calling the police. The man who opened the door began rubbing her friend…
  • It’s a $50b-a-year export industry. How long until coal’s rivers of gold run dry? 26 Sep 2021 16:09 Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text size If the end of coal is near, it’s hard to see it among the open pits and billowing cooling towers of Victoria’s Latrobe Valley and the Hunter in NSW. Canyons of brown and black coal, set between green …
  • Galway man forced out of school due to bullying shares personal story 26 Sep 2021 15:45 Galway man Chris Sherlock is a broadcaster with Flirt FM but another important role he plays is raising awareness around bullying. While he is enjoying his life and career now, Mr Sherlock had to overcome depression and anxiety brought on by severe …
  • Kwesi Aning pushes for #WeStandWithDampare campaign 26 Sep 2021 13:44 - Advertisement - • Dr. George Akuffo Dampare has been IGP since August 1 • He has undertaken a number of bold initiatives, proving that the laws works • Prof. Kwesi Aning wants a hashtag to be pushed in support of his work Prof. Kwesi Aning, the Director …
  • 5 Years And Over 400 Million Kilos: Emirates Skycargo’s Momentous Pharma Journey 26 Sep 2021 10:47 Emirates SkyCargo, the global leader in the air transport of temperature sensitive pharmaceuticals, is marking an important operational milestone. Five years ago, in September 2016, Emirates SkyCargo raised the bar in the air cargo industry for the safe …
  • The week in TV: The Morning Show; Manhunt; Bake Off; Never Mind the Buzzcocks 26 Sep 2021 09:16 The Morning Show | Apple TV+ Manhunt: The Night Stalker (ITV) | ITV Hub The Great British Bake Off (Channel 4) | All 4 Never Mind the Buzzcocks | Sky Max Now back for a second series, The Morning Show reminds us that television about television can be a …
  • Major energy storage project proposed near Lebec along California Aqueduct 26 Sep 2021 07:42 California's energy future keeps pointing to Kern. The latest 10-figure energy storage proposal in the county is a damlike "pumped hydro" project connected to the California Aqueduct that would store and release 3,500 gigawatt-hours of power …
  • Maple Grove to host fall city clean up events 26 Sep 2021 07:09 The city of Maple Grove will offer two more opportunities for residents to dispose of some household unused items. There will be a curbside pick up service Monday, Oct. 4. The City Clean Up Day will be Saturday, Oct. 9. Some of the items that will be …
  • Ministry cancels several retendered projects after media exposures 26 Sep 2021 05:56 Sep 26, 2021 News …claims no ‘mischief afoot’ but mulls scrapping Steel Sheets venture Kaieteur News – The Ministry of Agriculture, one day after confirming it was mulling scrapping the controversial National Drainage and Irrigation’s (NDIA) stock piling …
  • Secrecy overshadows resurrected Amaila Falls Hydro Electric Project 26 Sep 2021 05:56 Sep 26, 2021 News …parties to sign ‘confidentiality clause’ before accessing info Kaieteur News – The Irfaan Ali-led administration has made good on its commitment, to restart the process to construct the ‘controversial’ 165 megawatt (MW) Amaila Falls …
  • Vermont radio stations dealing with fallout from cyberattack 26 Sep 2021 05:24 SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) - Listeners might not know it, but thousands of people in radio stations across the nation are working around the clock to get commercials on the air after they were targeted by Russian hackers. “It started with an email on …
  • Doctor hopes buttons worn by health care workers will encourage vaccination in Toronto shelters 26 Sep 2021 00:18 An Ontario emergency room doctor who has worked with unhoused people in the Toronto's shelter system has come up with a new way to encourage COVID-19 vaccination. That way is called the Button Project. It involves the wearing of cartoon-style buttons …
  • MISSING IDAI VICTIMS : NO CLOSURE 26 Sep 2021 00:00 ADJACENT to Kopa Growth Point in Ward 21 Chimanimani lies a shallow gorge. In it are mounds of rubble occupying what appears to be a dry river channel. A lone blue house about 800 metres away is the only sign that suggests it was once a residential area. …
  • ‘They think it’s the end of the world’: Drivers blame panic buying and government as pumps run dry 25 Sep 2021 23:26 As long queues for petrol stations caused traffic gridlock and frayed tempers in many areas, drivers on Saturday expressed frustration at “daft” panic-buying that has seen some filling jerry cans even getting into fights over the last drop of fuel. Despite …
  • Juvenile escapees recaptured minutes after break-out 25 Sep 2021 23:12 Last Updated on Saturday, 25 September 2021, 10:03 by Denis Chabrol The broken and forced opened padlocks Four juveniles, who escaped from the Holding Centre early Saturday morning, were minutes later recaptured, police said. The Guyana Police Force said …
  • Montana firefighter burned this summer returns home 25 Sep 2021 22:49 BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — When the plane landed and Dan Steffensen’s feet hit the ground in Red Lodge on a recent Tuesday afternoon, the small town and its first responders took another step towards trying to heal from the summer of 2021. Steffensen’s Sept. …
  • Popcru wants more protection for SAPS as it laments increase in cops being killed 25 Sep 2021 18:16 SAPS officers Brenton Geach/Gallo Images via Getty Popcru has expressed concern over the increasing number of officers being killed. The union held a two-day central executive committee meeting on Thursday and Friday. According to Popcru, there is a …
  • Panic, Endless Queues, Blocked Roads: UK Plunges Into Chaos Due to Petrol Crisis – Videos, Photos 25 Sep 2021 17:59 https://sputniknews.com/20210925/panic-endless-queues-blocked-roads-uk-plunges-into-chaos-due-to-petrol-crisis--videos-photos-1089404235.html Panic, Endless Queues, Blocked Roads: UK Plunges Into Chaos Due to Petrol Crisis – Videos, Photos …
  • The best places to get an oil change 25 Sep 2021 16:14 Getting your engine oil changed regularly is one of the most important things you can do for your vehicle. Not only does this routine maintenance extend the life of your engine, but it also prevents most powertrain warranties from becoming null and void. …
  • Why I stayed in a damaging relationship with an alcoholic 25 Sep 2021 15:47 'I didn’t know about psychological manipulation, victim blaming, coercion or what to do if someone calmly threatens to smash your teeth out' For the last six years, I have been in a relationship with an alcoholic. For at least the first three of …
  • Reformed gang member helping Cov kids get off the streets 25 Sep 2021 13:09 A new youth club in Coventry has enjoyed a fantastic start to life with dozens of young people taking the opportunity to get themselves off the streets. Escape at St Chad's in Wood End started last month and is proving popular among youngsters in the …
  • Tests expected to find mold at Police HQ 25 Sep 2021 12:53 Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments Westfield Police Headquarters on Washington Street. (FILE PHOTO) WESTFIELD — A month after mold growth and unsafe air quality temporarily closed the Springfield courthouse and amplified calls for its replacement, …
  • Grapevine September 25, 2021: In their fathers’ footsteps 25 Sep 2021 12:53 It is customary for the president of Israel to visit the Sephardi and Ashkenazi chief rabbis – each in his sukkah – during Sukkot. This year, there was a slight difference from previous years in that the president is the son of a former president, and each …
  • Apple Music vs. Spotify: Comparing the top music streaming services - CNET 25 Sep 2021 12:53 Apple Music and Spotify are the two biggest names in music streaming. They have the same monthly subscription fee ($10, £10 or AU$12) so it can be tricky to know which one best suits your needs. Do you want lossless and spatial audio support? Apple Music …
  • Series on childhood in Sask. wins Toronto broadcaster a podcast award 25 Sep 2021 12:50 Breadcrumb Trail Links Local Arts "I believe that everyone loves a good story," says Larry Fedoruk. Author of the article: Jocelyn Bennett  •  Saskatoon StarPhoenix Larry Fedoruk works on his podcast I Was 8 in his home studio. Photo by Becky …
  • Drivers pack their cars with jerry cans and fill tanks to the brim 25 Sep 2021 12:49 Desperate motorists have been filling up jerry cans as the UK's fuel crisis continued today and Boris Johnson revealed a visa U-turn for 5,000 foreign truck drivers.  Motorists ignored Government pleas for calm as they jammed roads and police had to be …
  • The 2022 Kia Carnival is a handsome minivan, but it needs a hybrid option 25 Sep 2021 12:24 1 with 1 posters participating Kia has replaced the Sedona minivan with the Carnival, new for model year 2022. Jonathan Gitlin I like minivans in general, and I like the way this Kia minivan looks in particular. Jonathan Gitlin The front grille is a tiger…
  • Tech is expensive! Ways you’re wasting money and smart fixes to save 25 Sep 2021 11:56 Look around your house. How much do you think you have spent on gadgets and tech subscriptions over the years? With shiny new gear popping up daily and yet another streaming service there to woo you, it’s hard to stop the flow of cash. I can help. Tap or …
  • Nursing union says Providence may hold spots for caregivers on leave due to vax mandate 25 Sep 2021 11:47 MEDFORD, Ore. —Providence may be keeping spots open for caregivers who go on leave due to the vaccine mandate. A spokesperson for Providence in Portland told us earlier this week, it’s going through the process of implementing the vaccine mandate but is …
  • Simple buys to make Fall and Winter seem less daunting 25 Sep 2021 11:25 As one of the hottest summers on record finally starts to pass, we now have to contend with the blistering cold that winter nights bring. To that end, I’ve done the heroic task of scouring the internet for some great products to get you over the summer …
  • London made a giant mud pie and called it a tourist attraction 25 Sep 2021 11:25 In what will surely go down as one of the worst tourist attractions in history, the new Mound in London has scaled new heights of disappointment. No, it is not any more exciting than its name implies. It is a literal mound of dirt, piled up at the least …
  • Accra train shuttle bounces back October 25 Sep 2021 10:36 The train departed from the Takoradi station to Tarkwa at 6:15 am The Accra commercial railway system is set to bounce back to life by the end of next month, the Ghana Railway Company Limited (GRCL) has disclosed. - Advertisement - For about two years now, …
  • A local’s guide to Málaga: five great things to do 25 Sep 2021 10:07 After moving to the Costa del Sol six years ago, Mark Holness opened Café de Estraperlo, close to the harbour in Málaga, with his associate José Luis Gallardo. A popular meeting point for malagueños and visitors alike, the cafe also exhibits works by local …
  • ‘Aria Code’ Explores the Meaning Behind the Music 25 Sep 2021 09:42 For many fans, the highlight of any opera is a standout aria, like “O mio babbino caro” from Puccini’s “Gianni Schicchi” or “Vesti la giubba” from Leoncavallo’s “Pagliacci.” But there’s more to these works than one intense tune, and many listeners are …
  • South Africa's vaccine train takes doses to poor areas 25 Sep 2021 09:41 Siboniso Nene, head of the vaccination program, briefs people who came for the COVID-19 vaccination at the Swartkops railroad yard outside Gqeberha, South Africa, Wednesday Sept. 22, 2021. South Africa has sent a train carrying COVID-19 vaccines into one …
  • Parkes precinct starts - gateway to east, west, north and south 25 Sep 2021 09:14 Two announcements have given hope that the Inland Rail project and surrounding business investment is on track in inland NSW. The NSW Government announced work has started on the Special Activation Precinct tied to the Parkes Inland Rail hub - to be …
  • Ian and Bonnie began living off grid 35 years ago, and love welcoming others to their paradise 25 Sep 2021 09:01 Janelle and Mark Moore spent five years sailing around Australia on a boat they built themselves, so they know what it's like to live "off the grid". The couple, who now run a resort deep in the ancient Daintree Rainforest north of Cairns, …
  • Blackpool honeymoon left couple 'heartbroken' with hotel making them 'sick to their stomachs' 25 Sep 2021 08:56 A Blackpool hotel has come under fire after two newly-weds claim that they were left 'heartbroken' on their honeymoon due to the state of their accommodation. Sonya Cunningham booked into the Alumhurst Hotel on Charnley Road in Blackpool for a week …
  • Exhibition at Kinvara explores the psychological impact of social media 25 Sep 2021 08:54 SOCIAL media and its psychological impact are the themes of an exciting new exhibition which will run at the Courthouse in Kinvara until early next month. The show by Mark Keaveney is entitled ‘My Social Bubble’ and contains a number of innovative digital …
  • Your electric vehicle charging questions, answered 25 Sep 2021 08:29 (BPT) - Have you been wondering if an electric vehicle is right for you, especially as more models are rolling out from automakers? Living the electric vehicle lifestyle is fun and exciting, good for the environment, and even your wallet — but there are …
  • Fuel crisis UK – live: 5,000 visas to solve HGV driver crisis as panic-buying causes traffic gridlock 25 Sep 2021 07:38 Frustrated customers fight on Esso forecourt amid UK fuel crisis Ministers have announced plans to offer emergency visas to 5,000 HGV drivers and 5,500 poultry workers, in what businesses have dismissed as an “insufficient” attempt to tackle Britain’s fuel …
  • Delhi: Man held for trying to extort Rs 10 lakh from friend using obscene video 25 Sep 2021 07:23 A 30-year-old sales manager of a Gurgaon-based company was arrested from South Delhi’s C R Park area for allegedly demanding Rs 10 lakh from his friend after threatening to leak his obscene video. Investigation revealed that the complainant met with the …
  • Pierce City police force still needing officers 25 Sep 2021 07:06 One resigns, one hired The Pierce City Police Department is breaking even on the number of full time officers employed, with Officer Amber Patrick, who tendered her resignation at the first of the month, replaced by Officer Chris Hudson, who has returned …
  • Why is economy on road to recovery? 25 Sep 2021 07:01 Bulawayo Bureau ZIMBABWE’S economy is on a recovery trajectory and for the first time in many years, the country is clawing back to solid growth, having exhibited higher resilience to recent unforeseen shocks, including the latest outbreak of Covid-19.  …
  • Restraining the mentally ill 25 Sep 2021 07:01 LINSTEAD, St Catherine — Of the more than 450 incidents involving the mentally ill that the police have responded to in the Corporate Area and St Catherine so far this year, lethal or deadly force was used six times, according to Police Commissioner Major …
  • Missing 5,000 migrants in Del Rio, Texas are fleeing south to Mexico to avoid deportation flight 25 Sep 2021 06:41 The 5,000 immigrants missing from Del Rio are fleeing south to Mexico City and Monterrey in a bid to avoid the Biden administration's deportation flights, DailyMail.com has learned. Thousands of Haitians have been seen purchasing tickets at the Ciudad …
  • Singareni to have country’s first geo-thermal power plant 25 Sep 2021 06:27 After venturing into thermal and solar power generation, Singareni Collieries Company Ltd (SCCL), a public sector coal mining undertaking, is getting ready for setting up a geo-thermal power station on experimental basis, for the first time in the country, …
  • Towers, Erickson vie for fire board position 25 Sep 2021 06:26 When Frank Mestemacher decided not to seek re-election for his seat on the board of commissioners for South Whidbey Fire/EMS, his position garnered little attention at first. That is, until last month, when two candidates filed for it during Island …
  • 'Raame Aandalum Raavane Aandalum' review: A patchy satire marred by simplistic writing 25 Sep 2021 05:08 Express News Service Overheard two members of the audience discussing Raame Aandalum Raavane Aandalum (RaRa) and throwing in, what seemed to me, to be the mandatory Peepli Live comparison. The temptation is understandable, for, this film too is about the …