Northern Districts Touch Association (NDTA) is one of the oldest affiliates in Western Australia. It is also one of the largest, officially taking the title of second largets, with 87 teams taking part in the Summer 2004/2005 season. NDTA are also now a direct member of Touch Football Australia (TFA). Numbers are expected to grow again for 2005/2006, as the sport is thriving through extensive publicity, marketing and promotional campaigns undertaken throughout WA. AusTouch, the junior Touch program aimed at introducing children to the sport and building growth, is absolutely booming in WA and Northern Districts is only one of the many WA afilliates benefiting from the growth of the sport. The club operates from Doubleview, an inner suburb of Perth and has a major leadership role with respect to the development of the sport throughout WA. President of NDTA, Steve Whitfield, may have only been recently appointed but he and his affiliate have already been very supportive of the TFA unitary model of governance after he was introduced to the concept only a few months ago. NDTA is also seen as the breeding ground for new referees and is known to have more higher level badged referees than anywhere in WA. Both their Mens Open and Womens Open representative teams have also had recent success, winning Silver at the 2005 State Championships. With club membership bursting at the seams (and having only 5 fields), they continually refer players and teams to surrounding clubs with whom they have a positive relationship. Touch Football Australia is delighted to welcome NDTA on board and we look forward to servicing their affiliate and helping their growth to continue.
YWCA Greater Los Angeles, for over 120 years a leader in providing at-risk Southern California youth, families and communities with the tools to achieve successful lives, has introduced Kathy Ireland as its first Ambassador to support their many program and advocacy efforts.Kathy Ireland with YWCA Greater Los Angeles President & CEO Faye Washington“Kathy Ireland, one of the world’s greatest examples of self-made success in both business achievement and social activism, is the very symbol of the power of preparing to and daring to succeed,” YWCA Greater Los Angeles President and CEO Faye Washington commented in announcing the appointment. “She dominates the world of lifestyle design and is one of the most powerful brands in the world, having done so without the benefit of college education, and yet is a leading advocate for education as the true path to success, especially for the disadvantaged young people we serve. Kathy is a hero, and now she is our ambassador.”Ms. Washington also pointed out that, “the assignment salutes Kathy Ireland and continues her dedication to the health, safety and opportunity of our most challenged young people, which has characterized her climb to what Forbes Magazine described as ‘super-mogul.’”Ireland, the organization’s 2011 Phenomenal Woman Award honoree, has continued to support the YWCA GLA’s mission to educate, train and empower thousands of young people from Los Angeles’ disadvantaged communities.In accepting this initial ambassadorship, she, observed, “YWCA GLA has served as a protector of youth, families and the community for over 120 years. Under the leadership of Faye Washington, a true American hero, YWCA GLA continues to make astounding achievements. When Faye and her team offered this ambassadorship, it was an incredible experience. The gratitude and appreciation that I have for this organization is boundless. It is a privilege to roll up my sleeves and stand soldier to soldier in support of YWCA GLA advocacy.”Source:PR Newswire
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – With the East Bypass Road no longer functioning as a bypass road to re-direct traffic around the City and due to the steady residential growth, this requires the renaming of the road to the Northern Lights Drive.The name Northern Lights Drive becomes effective June 26, 2019, which City Council recognizes will require an address change. The City shares while this is necessary, this may cause some inconvenience to affected Property Owners.Recently, the City sent letters by registered mail regarding the renaming of the road to help alleviate the inconvenience, remuneration is available to affected Property Owners by following the steps identified in the letter.If you have questions, contact the Planning and Engineering Department at; 250-787-8150 or email; [email protected]
Mumbai: Equity benchmark Sensex rallied about 370 points to scale a record closing high of 39,275.64 as investors’ sentiment got further boost from forecast of a near-normal monsoon and a bumper start of corporate earnings season. Similarly, the broader NSE Nifty surged 97 points to close at a fresh high of 11,787.15. Rising for the fourth straight session, the 30-share BSE Sensex also marked its intra-day record of 39,364.34. The rally was mainly driven by financial, consumer durables, auto and oil and gas stocks. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscal Top gainers in the Sensex pack were IndusInd Bank, ICICI Bank, ONGC, L&T, Maruti, Asian Paints, Bajaj Auto, Hero MotoCorp, M&M, Kotak Bank, TCS and Axis Bank, ending up to 3.96 per cent higher. On the other hand, PowerGrid, Infosys, Tata Motors and Coal India close up to 0.63 per cent lower. “Market rallied to a new high supported by optimism over quarter earnings and positive global market. A better monsoon outlook from IMD provided relief to investors, who are keen on earnings outcome to accumulate quality stocks despite election led volatility,” Vinod Nair, Head of Research, Geojit Financial Services Ltd, said. Elsewhere in Asia, markets in Japan, China and Korea ended on a positive note. In Europe, bourses in Germany, France and the UK were trading in the positive terrain in early deals. Global crude oil benchmark Brent futures fell 0.11 per cent to USD 71.10 per barrel. Meanwhile, the Indian rupee depreciated 24 paise to 69.67 against the US dollar intra-day.
Michael Nodianos is no longer an official Buckeye.The Steubenville High School graduate with a role in a video at the heart of an alleged rape case in Steubenville, Ohio, is “no longer a student at The Ohio State University,” according to the school’s Facebook and Twitter pages Monday.OSU spokeswoman Gayle Saunders confirmed to The Lantern Nodianos was no longer enrolled, but would not disclose the terms of his leave, citing Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) regulations.OSU released a statement Friday that said “the student in question was in attendance only through Dec. 12,” the last day of the university’s final examinations. Saunders reiterated that statement to The Lantern Sunday, as well.“Find People,” the school’s faculty, staff and student directory, showed Thursday that Nodianos was a student in electrical and computer engineering.Nodianos, who has not been charged criminally, did not respond to The Lantern’s request for comment.Nodianos’ involvement in the Steubenville case, a town of about 18,000 along the Ohio River, has pulled OSU into a situation that’s increasingly garnered national attention in recent weeks.The video taken from an August night of back-to-school parties where, allegedly, 16-year-old Steubenville High School football players Ma’lik Richmond and Trent Mays raped a 16-year-old girl, shows him talking and laughing about the alleged rape for more than 12 minutes.Some found the video so offensive that it prompted a Facebook group titled, “OSU expel Michael Nodianos ‘Rape Crew’ member,” which amassed about 3,000 “likes” by Monday evening.The video itself, which can be found on YouTube under various names, shows Nodianos, wearing an OSU T-shirt, talking and laughing about the alleged incident.Nodianos makes several analogies that the alleged victim was “deader than” or was “raped harder than” as most voices off-camera laugh at his comments. Some rebuke him for his choice of words.Nodianos is reportedly being represented by Dennis McNamara. The attorney, according to multiple sources, held a press conference with members of the media in Steubenville Monday. He did not immediately respond to The Lantern’s request for comment.According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, McNamara said, “there was no excuse or justification” for Nodianos’ comments.The Plain Dealer wrote that Nodianos attended OSU on an academic scholarship.McNamara, according to the paper, said his client was interviewed by Steubenville police not long after the incident and that he was elsewhere at the time of the alleged assault.McNamara told reporters, according to the Plain Dealer, that Nodianos was “ashamed and embarrassed” at his actions in the video.It appears, though, some OSU students are confused as to whether or not Nodianos left on his own terms. While there is no confirmation that the university kicked Nodianos out, some students seemed to carry that impression.Samantha Arrowsmith, a second-year in psychology, applauded Nodianos’ departure from the university, but was also under the impression that the Steubenville High School graduate was forced out.“The kid that got kicked out of Ohio State, I’m happy about that … I wouldn’t want someone here that was like that,” she said.There is, however, no known evidence to suggest that Nodianos was expelled by OSU nor is there any formal indication that he will be charged with criminally.“I wasn’t aware that a student here had been involved at all … If he hasn’t officially been arrested or charged with anything, it might be a little premature for them to permanently expel because I guess, innocent until charged or proven guilty,” said Nathan Cotton, a first-year in public affairs.According to The New York Times, Richmond and Mays are under house arrest and awaiting a trial that has been set for Feb. 13.Dan Hope contributed to this story.
A Vancouver Crunch Fitness employee who allegedly recorded a gym member with his cellphone while she was tanning in the nude appeared Monday in Clark County Superior Court.Zachary Abel, 29, of Vancouver faces an allegation of voyeurism in connection withthe Saturday incident at the gym at 7809 N.E. Vancouver Plaza Drive.Vancouver police responded about 5 p.m. to Crunch Fitness for an employee who was taking photos of a woman as she dressed after tanning at the gym. The victim said she saw an iPhone recording her as she was inside the tanning cubicle. She confronted the suspect, identified as Abel, afterward, according to an affidavit of probable cause.Police later contacted Abel at his residence, and he subsequently admitted to recording the woman. He said he “knew it was illegal … but did it anyway,” the affidavit says.Abel was granted supervised release during his court appearance and will be arraigned June 21.
00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsStudents are some Clairemont elementary schools having been studying Civil Rights Leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.KUSI’s John Soderman shared a story about how these students are learning to walk in his shoes. Posted: January 16, 2018 Holmes Elementary students walk in the shoes of Martin Luther King, Jr. John Soderman John Soderman, January 16, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
Going on @KUSINews in a moment to talk about SDG&E power shutoffs during heightened fire risks. Pulling the plug on rural communities and first-responders is not the answer.— Dianne Jacob (@dianne_jacob) May 17, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – California is turning to electricity shutoffs to prevent wildfires.San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob joined us in studio on Good Morning San Diego to discuss public safety and why she believes power shutoffs are not the answer.She said that among the 10 most destructive fires in California history, four have been caused by the major utility companies. Including the 2018 Camp Fire in Paradise and the SDG&E-caused 2007 Witch Creek Fire in San Diego County.Jacob explained by shutting off electricity, SDG&E is trying to cover itself for its failure to fully harden their rural power lines and other infrastructure. Jacob then said the fact that SDG&E is still working on hardening their infrastructure, more than a decade after its equipment caused some of our biggest fires, is outrageous.Jacob is concerned that cutting off power will hurt rural residents and impact public safety. She pointed out that a lot of older residents need power in order to run medical devices, while many families need electricity to operate water wells. Posted: May 17, 2019 Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom Updated: 11:09 AM May 17, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob opposes power shutoffs during wildfires
Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Soldotna Police Department has issued a public safety notice for the City of Soldotna for possible littered drug paraphernalia. If you find any suspicious items in one of the local Parks, notify a park attendant immediately. And if anywhere in the City, contact the Soldotna Police Department at 262-4455 and an officer will respond. According to the notice, the melting snow and ice is exposing items which have been hidden through the winter. Some of those items include discarded needles, and other drug paraphernalia. SPD wants to remind you that if you come across drug paraphernalia, do not touch these items due to health risks. This is especially true of discarded needles.