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Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (16,309.99, up 100.86 points)Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB). Health care. Up $2.22, or 23.13 per cent, to $11.82 on 38 million shares.Canopy Growth Corp. (TSX:WEED). Health care. Up $2.63, or 8.84 per cent, to $32.37 on 8.8 million shares.Aphria Inc. (TSX:APH). Health care. Up $1.49, or 7.97 per cent, to $20.19 on 5.3 million shares.Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Aerospace, rail equipment. Down seven cents, or 2.31 per cent, to $2.96 on 4.8 million shares.Precision Drilling Corp. (TSX:PD). Oil and gas. Up 23 cents, or 6.04 per cent, to $4.04 on 3.7 million shares.Crescent Point Energy (TSX:CPG). Oil and gas. Up 44 cents, or 4.59 per cent, to $10.02 on 3.6 million shares.Companies reporting major news:DIRTT Environmental Solutions Ltd. (TSX:DRT). Engineering, construction. Down $1.21, or 17.95 per cent, to $5.53 on 2.1 million shares. The Calgary-based company’s stock dropped after it made the surprise announcement its board had replaced founder Mogens Smed as CEO. A company press release presented the changes as part of succession planning with Smed staying on as executive chairman but, on a conference call, Smed said he had only learned of the changes last Friday and “haven’t really got a clue” what his new role will be.
SINGAPORE – Asian markets have bounced back from their retreat after the report of strong preliminary manufacturing data in Japan.KEEPING SCORE: Japan’s Nikkei 225 index jumped 0.5 per cent to 22,130.30 as a private survey suggested a recovery in manufacturing in October. The Shanghai Composite index, which closed more than 2 per cent lower on Tuesday, jumped 1.5 per cent to 2,634.50 and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index surged 0.9 per cent to 25,565.27. The Kospi in South Korea picked up 0.2 per cent to 2,109.66. Australia’s S&P-ASX 200 lost 0.1 per cent to 5,839.10. Shares were higher across the region apart from in Thailand.JAPAN FACTORY OUTLOOK: A rise in the preliminary, or “flash” purchasing manager’s index to 53.1 in October from 52.5 the month before raised hopes that recent sluggishness in manufacturing demand may have been transient. A revival in new export orders, to 51.7, a seven-month high, was viewed as especially good news given concerns over China-U.S. trade tensions. Readings above 50 in the survey indicate expansion.ANALYST’S VIEWPOINT: “Following a rather disappointing slew of PMI data over the third quarter, Japan’s manufacturing sector looks set to start Q4 on a more upbeat note. The latest survey indicated stronger expansions in all the key barometers of macroeconomic health,” Joe Hayes, economist at IHS Markit, which compiles the survey, said in a commentary.WALL STREET: U.S. indexes fell on Tuesday following a broad-sell off on softening growth in China and fears that tariff hikes are beginning to hurt corporate earnings. The S&P 500 index suffered its fifth-straight loss, dropping 0.6 per cent to 2,740.69. The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 0.5 per cent to 25,191.43 and the Nasdaq composite fell 0.4 per cent to 7,437.54. The Russell 2000 index of smaller-company stocks was 0.8 per cent lower at 1,526.59.U.S. EARNINGS: Sentiment was dampened as large U.S. companies kicked off a busy earnings week with warnings of rising costs related to tariffs. Heavy equipment maker Caterpillar posted a larger profit and revenue than expected in the third quarter. But the company said Trump’s taxes on imported steel were driving up production costs, causing its shares to slip 7.6 per cent to $118.98. 3M, the maker of Post-it notes and ceramic coatings, reported disappointing revenues and said it anticipates about $100 million in extra costs next year. That sent its shares tumbling 4.4 per cent. The U.S. and China are locked in a trade dispute over technology and have raised tariffs on billions of dollars of each other’s goods.ENERGY: Oil futures rose after the opening of a high-profile investment conference in Saudi Arabia, amid controversy surrounding the killing of a dissident journalist. Benchmark U.S. crude added 13 cents to $66.56 per barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The contract rose 7 cents to settle at $66.43 a barrel in New York. Brent crude, used to price international oils, gained 30 cents to $76.74 per barrel. In the previous session, it dropped $3.39 to $76.44 a barrel.CURRENCIES: The dollar strengthened to 112.56 yen from 112.42 yen on Tuesday. The euro eased to $1.1472 from $1.1473.___AP Business Writer Alex Veiga contributed to this report.
Jeff and Jacqui Parker returned to their Clifford Street home in Port Dover on Monday afternoon to what sounds like a crime scene.There was a broken window, torn drapes, destroyed blinds, furniture knocked over, and blood over the floor and walls.The intruder was a female deer in good condition.Just after 2 p.m., an alert citizen parked across the street at Len’s Mill Store alerted police after spotting the doe breaking into the house through the living room window while the Parkers were away.The family and OPP soon arrived on scene and carefully entered the house.“It was standing there looking at us,” Jacqui Parker explained. “It stayed there for about an hour and a half, didn’t show an inclination to move.”They soon enlisted in the services of Chantal Theijn, founder of Hobbitstee Wildlife Rescue in Jarvis.Theijn came up with a game plan, which included closing blinds to prevent the deer from seeing an alternative getaway. Two officers formed a wall at the front door and, while holding a laundry rack, Theijn guided the animal out the patio door at the rear of the residence.“It worked out well,” said Theijn. “The deer was actually remarkably calm, it makes me wonder if somebody in the area is feeding deer because it didn’t seem to be too put out by my presence within the room.”“One of the OPP officers said ‘she’s talking to it, she’s a deer whisperer’,” Parker laughed. “It must’ve worked.”Officers were able to track the animal as it safely made its way across Highway 6 and into a wooded area near Concession 2.“It’s very dangerous to scare a deer, they can literally scare themselves to death … so it was just really nice this deer managed to handle this in as stress-free a manner as possible, which will certainly benefit the recovery,” said Theijn.When the news hit social media, some guessed the doe was seeking a reprieve from dropping temperatures, but Theijn debunked that theory.“It’s more or less a deer finding itself in an unusual location and getting spooked,” said Theijn, adding these situations take place a couple times per year locally. “Deer are pretty much unaffected by this kind of weather. Right now, because it hasn’t been cold for an extended period of time, there’s plenty of food for them.”Theijn said the alert citizen making the call did the right thing by notifying OPP and residents finding themselves in a similar predicament should do the same.“Do not make these efforts yourself,” she continued. “Adult deer can injure you in horrible, horrible ways. Those nimbly little legs are extremely strong, those feet are very sharp and the injuries you can get as a result are dangerous. This is really a situation you have to understand how these animals move and what makes them move.”The Parkers spent the rest of the day sweeping up shards of glass and cleaning their furniture – a nuisance to be sure, but they were glad everything worked out. The family thanked both the OPP and Theijn for their efforts, as well as the citizen who notified police.“I was happy not to see any severe injuries,” Parker said. “With the amount of blood we saw, we didn’t know what to expect. I didn’t want it to have to be put down.”“The cats were traumatized but they showed up later, they were OK.”firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday was the hottest day of the year so far, the Met Office has confirmed, as temperatures rocketed past 34C (93F). A temperature of 34.4C was recorded at Gravesend in Kent, making it the hottest September day since 1911. Heathrow and Kew Gardens followed as they both recorded temperatures of 32.8C at lunchtime. When you step outside today and it feels like you’re stumbling through the deserts of Tatooine #heatwave pic.twitter.com/PGviTedehB— Star Wars UK (@StarWarsUK) 13 September 2016 “There are some torrential downpours passing through parts of the country at the moment but they will ease probably in the next two hours.”Manchester City’s Champions League clash with Borussia Monchengladbach has been postponed – with pictures showing huge amounts of water on the pitch. The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for rain for the North West, North East, Yorkshire and into parts of Scotland saying the deluge could cause flash flooding and travel disruption. The weather in London is so perfect today. See you outside.— Peter Smith (@OneMorePeter) September 13, 2016 Meteorologist Mark Wilson said “there has been a lot of rain in a very short space of time” in the North West – along with “a lot” of thunder and lightning.”Prestbury has had 32.4mm of rain in an hour – which is pretty exceptional,” he added. “The warning we put out does talk about the risk of up to 30mm in an hour. Did someone say ice-lolly treats? What better way to cool off on the hottest day in September since 1949! #heatwave pic.twitter.com/gFZf3ygkRE— ZSL London Zoo (@zsllondonzoo) 13 September 2016 Others were fed up with the constant updates and reminded those not living in London that elsewhere it was raining: Today is set to stay hot across the country! Help your cool cats enjoy the late summer sun: https://t.co/pMxp95bHsH pic.twitter.com/IItp8AV6Rt— RSPCA (@RSPCA_official) 13 September 2016 Thunder and lightning over ManchesterCredit:Richard Amofa Now that was some rain! ☹️ #cityvbmg #mcfc pic.twitter.com/ugoGJEOl3O— Manchester City (@ManCity) September 13, 2016 When you forget to check the forecast and arrive at work layered up #heatwave https://t.co/IX988H5FOD pic.twitter.com/iaDlbhUqtE— Tate (@Tate) 13 September 2016 🌡Heathrow and Kew Gardens have recorded a temperature of 32.8 °C, making it the hottest September day since 1949🌡 #heatwave— Met Office (@metoffice) September 13, 2016 Punters on the River Cam in CambridgeCredit:David Rose “Most heat disorders occur because someone has been over-exposed to heat or has over-exercised for his or her age and physical condition,” he said. “Simple steps such as avoiding exposure to the hottest time of the day, drinking plenty of fluids and even simply wearing a hat on hot days can all make a real difference. Manchester Airport also tweeted saying: “The adverse weather continues to affect flights. Please contact your airlines for specific inquiries.”Chaos also ensued on the Manchester Metrolink network with various lines suspended throughout the evening as the rain fell on the region. In a tweet the travel company provider said the weather affected their “comms, substations and trams”.Elsewhere in the country, West Midlands Fire Service said it was called to three different houses affected by lightning, and in Cornwall and Devon the heavy downpours also caused flooding in parts.It was a different story for most of the South, which basked in a heatwave. A heatwave alert is triggered when the daily maximum temperature is expected to exceed the average by 5C (9F) for more than two consecutive days. Even in the South East, the average September maximum is only 18.9C ( 66F) so the soaring temperatures are well beyond what is needed to trigger a heatwave. Sunbathers enjoy the warm weather at Green Park in LondonCredit:ANDY RAIN Outside in the midst of a #heatwave with no ice cream van visit this week like #ButWhyIsTheIceCreamGone pic.twitter.com/W1MTxaHPU3— Sea of Thieves (@SeaOfThieves) 13 September 2016 Some people got a bit apocalyptic …And there was plenty of advice on looking after pets in hot weather How to stay chic during a September heatwave Hot enough for you, Earthlets? Cool off with a FREE Alan Moore ‘Future Shock’! https://t.co/O8eaDqiy52 pic.twitter.com/taUcDhf3Mv— 2000 AD (@2000AD) 13 September 2016 Hot in London today. Lunchtime run nearly meant a by-election in #Plymouth pic.twitter.com/78W2JN8CRB— Johnny Mercer MP (@JohnnyMercerMP) September 13, 2016 I am too ginger for this weather #heatwave— Louise Haigh MP (@LouHaigh) September 13, 2016 On my lunch break, thoroughly enjoying the #heatwave in Bath today.. pic.twitter.com/nyiBq6VL0S— George Aylett 🌹 (@GeorgeAylett) September 13, 2016 “As we’re in September, the sun may not be as strong but the temperature is still high. People will be losing fluids more quickly, especially if they’re exercising outside, so it’s important to keep hydrated.”If someone does become dehydrated give them plenty of fluids to drink. Water is good, but coconut water, milk and even tea will do the trick.”The weather also prompted two hedgehog orphanages to issue a warning, urging residents to leave out shallow bowls of water for the animals. The wildlife orphanage wrote on Twitter: “Hot weather this week, so please leave a shallow bowl of water for young hedgehogs who’ve just left mum.” The weather caused a stir on social media, with hundreds of people commenting on the unexpectedly hot temperatures, which make some parts of Britain hotter than Bangkok, Ibiza and Marrakesh.Lots of people welcomed the high temperatures and the fact that they could eat lunch outside: Supporeters of Borussia Moenchengladbach look on in the rain prior to the UEFA Champions League Group A match between Manchester City FC and VfL Borussia Moenchengladbach at Etihad StadiumCredit:Getty Elsewhere on Twitter:Branded accounts hopped on the #heatwave bandwagon Share & RT!Your #pets really suffer in a #heatwave🐾🐾#hottestdayoftheyear #doglover #animalsarefamily #thepetreader pic.twitter.com/noSrMDuNfu— The Pet Reader™️ (@ThePetReader) 13 September 2016 London mid-September and it’s 31C outside. Shorts weather. WOW.— T (@burukuru) September 13, 2016 When you hear the ice cream van coming in a #heatwave. #AutumnVibes pic.twitter.com/No7v1cP9Aj— ITV2 (@itv2) 13 September 2016 Large parts of England were placed on heatwave alert, the first time Public Health England has ever issued a warning in September, with hot and humid weather forecast for the next few days. Heading into Wednesday the Met Office said it would be a drier day across the country, with another warm day expected in the South East – where the mercury could reach into the low 20s or up to 30C (86F).However, there was a striking North/South divide as parts of northern England and Scotland suffered bad flooding. How do you keep a hot dog cool? The lovely folks at @BDCH have got the #heatwave sorted! 🐶🍦 pic.twitter.com/wwyRFkckzZ— BBC Three (@bbcthree) September 13, 2016 In this hot weather, ensure pets don’t overheat through overexertion. Fetch should be conducted like this. #heatwave pic.twitter.com/WFTY7Oj6MJ— Dick King-Smith HQ (@DickKingSmith) 13 September 2016 Who else is feeling the heat today? #hottestdayoftheyear #heatwave #BWAAAH pic.twitter.com/hW9WLTP3uW— Ubisoft UK (@UbisoftUK) 13 September 2016 Humans are crawling into fridges. Snails are in flames. Birds are walking. Bins are actually melting. #heatwave pic.twitter.com/o5C08Cg7dJ— craig stone (@craigstone_) 13 September 2016 I’m not saying this #heatwave is hot but this just happened. pic.twitter.com/BCOcPlHYJA— Tiernan Douieb (@TiernanDouieb) 13 September 2016 I know it’s all about #weather but huge thunderstorms, hail and power cuts in #verwood #Dorset and unbelievable head in #London #crazyday— Laura Castell (@ljcastell) September 13, 2016 Visitors at Kew Gardens braving the hottest weatherCredit:Paul Grover Dr Thomas Waite, of the Extreme Events team at PHE, said: “Because the heat is going to arrive very soon, think today about what you can do, and for those around you, to stay cool during the daytime and particularly at night.“For some people, such as older people, those with underlying health conditions and those with young children, summer heat can bring real health risks. The current heatwave warnings have only been in place since 2012, but this is the first September warning so far.Joe Mulligan, head of first aid education at the British Red Cross, warned Britons to stay indoors at lunchtime and drink plenty of fluids. It’s hotting up this week with temps of 31°C in East Anglia and SE Eng! https://t.co/gOgs9OLbqi pic.twitter.com/gzztN34Uey— MeteoGroup UK (@WeatherCast_UK) September 12, 2016 “To keep homes and sleeping areas cool at night remember to close curtains on windows that face the sun during the day, once the sun is off windows open them up to get a breeze and think about turning off electrical devices all over the home as they can generate unwanted heat too.” Thank God everyone is posting screenshots of weather forecasts on facebook. I was beginning to worry I wouldnt know how hot London is today— Lush Juan (@ClassicWillard) September 13, 2016 Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? 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Click here for larger imageAn outside vendor is selling the item on Wal-Mart’s marketplace, but many people still found the poster ironic.“Quite possibly the only thing funnier than being able to purchase a Ché Guervara tee shirt at a big box chain store would be the ability to buy a panoramic poster featuring Occupy Wall Street’s encampment in Lower Manhattan from that chain,” wrote Andrew Kirell at Mediaite.This is the best quality image of the poster we could get:- Ashley Lutz.Read: More than 80 arrested at ‘Occupy Wall Street’ protest>Read: Occupy Dame Street protesters taking part in global day of action> How to delete a PlayStation 4 user account, if you’ve run out of space for accounts Oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens left a message from beyond the grave touting his Twitter rivalry with Drake and his favorite life lessons OCCUPY WALL STREET was a movement protesting the greed of big corporations – including Wal-Mart.Now, in an ironic twist, Wal-Mart is selling a poster portraying the protests in New York City.Here’s a screengrab from Wal-Mart’s website: Stocks finished mixed as the Fed remains divided over further rate cuts I tried KFC’s new fried-chicken-and-doughnut sandwich, and it’s a near-perfect answer to the craze over the sold-out Popeyes sandwich (YUM)
BRIAN O’DRISCOLL HAS moved to nip World Cup 2015 speculation in the bud by declaring ‘one more year’ means just that.The Leinster centre, who has recovered from his back spasm and hopes to start Saturday’s Pro12 Final against Ulster, fronted his team’s press briefing at UCD today. O’Driscoll declared he had shot all talk of staying on after 2013/14 down during his interview on the Second Captain’s podcast.The IRFU announced last Thursday that the Dubliner had signed a one-year contract extension but, with the World Cup kicking off in England in September 2015, inevitable speculation linked a fit O’Driscoll to a final Webb Ellis tilt.He told TheScore.ie, “I’ve signed for one more year and, as far as I’m concerned, that will be that.”The 34-year-old said he was sick of answering the same questions about his future all season and added ‘you get sick of your own voice giving the same answers’.He added, “Once I was able to say what the season, definitively, was, it was a big relief because I know exactly what’s coming next year.”Asked if he was happy to be fit again, after missing the Amlin Cup Final, O’Driscoll remarked, “Genie, my sole focus right now is getting right for a Rabo Final. You work all season to get to this point and we’ve felt a fair bit of pain [losing league finals] over the last three seasons around the Saturday afternoon of this time of the year.“We want to put that right and though it isn’t technically a home venue for us, it is home.”With regard to Ulster being the home team for the final, Leinster manager Guy Easterby confirmed that Mark Anscombe’s men, who topped the league standings, did not seek to shift the Blues from their home dressing room.Forwards coach Jono Gibbes added it was “unlikely” that Sean O’Brien would feature in the Saturday clash with Ulster.It would be devastating if Leinster lost the Pro12 Final – Cian HealyUlster’s landmark season ‘all for nothing’ if final is lost, says Best
Dr Anna Ahimastos, a much-respected researcher working for Melbourne’s Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute, has admitted to making up data in a medical study.A member of the Australian Society for Medical Research, in 2010 Dr Ahimastos was named a ‘Tall Poppy’ – an Australian Institute of Policy and Science campaign which recognises scientific excellence.Dr Ahimastos has admitted fabricating research published in two major international medical journals – for the American Medical Association (JAMA) and the American Heart Association.A statement published in the journals said the Melbourne researcher was solely responsible for data collection and the integrity of the study, which showed that the blood pressure drugs Ramipril and Prilace alleviated pain in patients suffering from peripheral arterial disease.The paper based on the study was retracted after an internal analysis by Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute “revealed anomalies that triggered an investigation which resulted in an admission of fabricated results by Dr Ahimastos”.Institute spokesperson Dr Bronwyn Kingwell told reporters the organisation took action as soon as the fabrication came to light. “Dr Ahimastos admitted to fabricating records for some patients,” she said.“These actions compromised the overall findings of the study and so we moved quickly to correct the public record by retracting the relevant papers.”Dr Virginia Barbour, chair of the Committee on Publication Ethics, told the ABC that while corrections were common in academic journals, a full retraction of a paper was more rare.“If you talk to academics nowadays, there is a real publish-or-perish culture,” she said.“We do feel one of the problems is that authors are pressured to publish, and publish in very high journals.”Dr Barbour said there were cases of substantial misconduct where grants had to be handed back. Dr Ahimastos has resigned from her position at the National Centre of Research Excellence for Peripheral Arterial Disease.Source: ABC Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram After years of boggling the minds of Greek archaeologists, a 7,000-year-old bird-like statue has been put on display at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens as part of ‘The Unseen Museum’ exhibition. Referred to as the ‘7,000-year-old enigma’, the statue from the late Neolithic period is very unique. Standing at 36 centimetres, it is bigger than statues from the period which have rarely been found exceed 35 centimetres, and is carved out of hard rock, despite metal tools not being available at the time, rather than the more common soft stone. What also continues to puzzle archaeologists is the sex of the figure.“It could depict a human-like figure with a bird-like face, or a bird-like entity,” museum archaeologist Katya Manteli told Reuters.“The enigma has to do with [the fact] that we cannot identify with clarity its sex. It could be a pregnant figure but there are no breasts. On the other hand it lacks male organs so it is presented as an asexual figure.”Also unsure of its exact origins in Greece, experts have narrowed it down to the region of either Macedonia or Thessaly.The enigma has been put on display as part of a monthly exhibition showcasing artefacts from the museum’s closed storerooms each month, which has close to 200,000 antiquities hidden from public view on any given day.
The pair have teamed up for several hits, including “Rebel Yell,” “White Wedding” and “Dancing With Myself,” which they’ll perform along with deeper album cuts and “songs that influenced them,” according to a statement. Idol will also be delivering “spoken-word interludes.”The run of shows kicks off Mar. 3 in Vancouver, making stops in Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Toronto, New York, Washington D.C. and more, closing out in Red Bank, N.J. on Apr. 4. Prior to the string of duo dates, Idol will embark on his second Las Vegas residency at The Pearl Theatre at Palms Casino Resort on Jan. 18 with Stevens and a full band backing him.Idol earned his first GRAMMY nomination in 1984 for “Rebel Yell” for Best Rock Vocal Performance, Male, a category he’s been nominated in twice since for “To Be A Lover” and “Cradle Of Love.” Stevens won a GRAMMY for Best Pop Instrumental Performance, (Orchestra Group Or Soloist) for 1986’s “Top Gun Anthem” from the film by the same name.Tickets for the Turned On, Tuned In and Unplugged tour go on sale Friday, Jan. 18.King Crimson Tour And Special Releases Celebrate Band’s 50th AnniversaryRead more Twitter News For the first time as a duo, Idol and Stevens will hit the road for 15 shows on the Turned On, Tuned In And Unplugged TourNate HertweckGRAMMYs Jan 17, 2019 – 12:11 pm GRAMMY-nominated punk rocker Billy Idol and his GRAMMY-winning sidekick guitarist Steve Stevens have announced a 15-date tour together, marking the first time the longtime collaborators will hit the road as a duo. Billy Idol & Steve Stevens Team Up For Tour billy-idol-and-steve-stevens-team-north-american-tour Billy Idol And Steve Stevens Team Up For North American Tour Facebook Email
Srikakulam: Old students of NTR Municipal High School in Srikakulam city vowed to develop the school on all fronts. The old students of different batches and association representatives organised a meeting on the school campus on Sunday. On the occasion, the new body elected for Old Students’ Association. Prof H Lajipathi Rai, who served as VC of BR Ambedkar University, Etcherla previously, was elected as honorary president. VGK Murthy was elected as president, J Bhima Sankara Rao as general secretary T Balamurali Krishna as organising secretary, JSS Prakash Rao was elected as treasurer and ten others elected as body members. Speaking on the occasion, honorary president Lajipathi Rai announced that they will put pressure on officials for quick completion of new building works and planned to meet district collector and other concerned officials.
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Related posts:Airport police arrest U.S. woman with 61 pouches of cocaine At last, the new Liberia airport terminal opens for business At the airport, Costa Rican soccer fans greet U.S. team with heckling, egg tossing Costa Rica to improve bad weather safety procedures at San José airport From the print editionLIBERIA, Guanacaste – You’ve heard talk of the new terminal at Liberia’s Daniel Oduber International Airport for years. Now travelers flying into the provincial capital of Guanacaste have access to a state-of-the-art facility that will help boost regional development. Those comments were part of speech delivered by Johnny Leiva, of the Liberian Tourism Chamber, during a tour of the airport last weekend.In January, after months of delay, the $41 million project by concessionaire Coriport S.A. unveiled a modern terminal adjacent to the old one. At one end, sunburned travelers departed dressed in sun hats and shirts depicting tree frogs with the “pura vida” mantra. Passengers arrived at the other end of the building, where they quickly stripped off sweaters when they felt the humid Guanacaste heat.In 2009, Coriport S.A. was awarded a 20-year concession to design, construct and operate the new terminal (TT, Nov. 16, 2011). The concession also includes development and management of the existing terminal.Before the renovation, only eight international and two domestic airlines operated out of the cramped terminal, which only accommodated about 900 passengers at a time.Now, business looks good and Francisco Cordero, the airport’s general manager, said it’s only getting better as airlines wanting to open flights to Liberia continue submitting requests. Last month, Copa Airlines announced a new direct flight to Liberia from Panama. The added flights begin June 24 and will operate on Thursdays and Sundays.“With Copa Airline’s Panama flights, we can welcome all of South America to the Guanacaste region,” Cordero said. Two other airlines are in discussion with airport officials to open lines there before the end of the year.The new 23,000-meter terminal increases the airport’s capacity by 20 percent, and its staff by 100 new employees. Other new facets include a VIP lounge, a plethora of sparkling shops between four departure gates, decorative fountains, regional art and a special security check-in for passengers requiring private departures and arrivals.“We can only measure small aspects of the impact the airport is having on the region with the number of people we employ and how many travelers pass though,” Cordero said. “It’s impossible to quantify the direct return elsewhere, but it’s more than significant.”Fourteen airlines, including commercial and charters flights, service Liberia, and 10-15 flights depart daily. Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays are the busiest travel days. Facebook Comments
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British Cypriot Bambos Charalambous, 49, won a seat in the House of Commons on Thursday, after he came first in Enfield Southgate for Labour with 24,989 votes.“I know that Cypriots will look to me for guidance and representation,” he told the Cyprus News Agency. “I hope I prove worthy of their expectations.”Charalambous said he had not fully realized what had happened, even though he was optimistic about the result of the poll in his constituency, located in North London, which has the largest Cypriot population in the UK.“I had a good team with me. We knew the constituency had voted overwhelmingly against Brexit in the referendum. We set Brexit at the centre of our campaign and we were vindicated.”Charalambous said UK Cypriots had supported him and he knows their concerns about the Cyprus problem.“I will try to be someone they can count on.”Charalambous has been a councillor in Palmers Green since 1994.According to local paper Parikiaki, he is the first UK Cypriot MP in London and the second ever in the UK. He was born in London to parents from Kalo Choro and Fasoulla.Elsewhere, Jason Charalambous of the Conservatives came second in Islington South and Finsbury behind Labour’s Emily Thornberry, while Anton Georgiou, a LibDem candidate, finished third.Cypriot Gonul Daniels of the Conservative came second to Kate Osamor in Edmonton, Parikiaki said.You May LikeClassmates.comLook For Any High School Yearbook, It’s FreeClassmates.comUndoFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoAuthorities release five of 12 Israeli rape suspects, seven due in court FridayUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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