4 dead after Rajdhani Express runs over in UP

first_imgEtawah: At least four people were killed and six injured in Uttar Pradesh when the Delhi-bound Dibrugarh Rajdhani Express ran over them near a railway station on Monday morning, a railway official said. The incident took place near Balrai railway station at 6.50 a.m. The victims were passengers of the Surat-bound Avadh Express that was stopped at the station to give way to the Rajdhani Express coming from Kanpur, the official told IANS. The injured were shifted to a hospital in Saifai.last_img

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Lankan soldier held for attack on newspaper editor 10 years ago

first_imgColombo: A soldier has been arrested in Sri Lanka for attacking the editor of a popular Sinhala language newspaper 10 years ago, police said Monday. The corporal was arrested after his finger prints matched with those in the editor’s car. Upali Tennakoon, the editor of Rivira newspaper, was brutally attacked along with his wife in January 2009, two weeks after the killing of Lasantha Wickrematunga, the editor of The Sunday Leader. Tennakoon and his wife were attacked as they were driving to office. Also Read – Imran Khan arrives in China, to meet Prez Xi JinpingA gang of unidentified persons assaulted the couple after surrounding their car. Tennakoon has been living in the US since the assault. The incident was one of the attacks against media during the former regime of then president Mahinda Rajapaksa between 2005 and 2015. The arrest came after the Attorney General’s instructions on June 27, the police said. The attacks on media people during the Rajapaksa regime were blamed on an alleged military intelligence group operating form a camp in central Colombo. Five more from the group had been previously indicted and granted bail on the murder of Wickrematunga and abductions and assault on two other journalists. During the Rajapaksa regime, Sri Lanka was ranked as one of the worst places in the world for journalists.last_img read more

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Jessie Chris Joins SYLVANIA Lighting By LEDVANCE Be The Light Campaign

first_imgRadio Disney Country Artist and Massachusetts native Jessie Chris announced today that she will serve as an Ambassador for the SYLVANIA Lighting by LEDVANCE “Be The Light Campaign”.Chris, who herself was a victim of extreme bullying as a kid, is no stranger to helping promote the benefits showing kindness to others, has spent her career to date helping educate America on the effects of bullying and the benefits of being supportive of one another. Just last October, Chris was one of the faces of Disney’s National Anti-Bullying Campaign and recently was featured on The Human Race, a healing anthem which included Chris, Kelsea Ballerini, Scotty McCreery, LOCASH and other young country stars.Chris is now very excited to join SYLVANIA Lighting by LEDVANCE to help spread the message of being the light for others in our everyday lives. Chris will be visiting SYLVANIA HQ in Wilmington, MA on Tuesday, February 7th at 11AM to perform and tour the facility. She will also be featured in a PSA which emphasizes how performing small acts of kindness can go a long way for others. “It’s such an honor to be part of such an important campaign with an amazing brand like SYLVANIA. Taking just a few minutes to do something for others can make you feel good for the entire day,” said Chris.Holding the elevator for a stranger. Buying a coffee for the next person in line. Cheering up a friend who is down. Giving a warm smile while working the drive-thru window. Doing a podcast that makes people laugh during their long commute. These are just some of the little ways people who “Be the Light” make our country a brighter place. LEDVANCE is working with the Be the Light Campaign to issue a call to action to find and recognize people who give off positive energy and joy, and reward them for spreading light. In North America, LEDVANCE offers SYLVANIA advanced LED lamps as well as a wide range of traditional light sources, standardized luminaires and connected lighting solutions.Now through February 10 at www.sylvania.com/BeTheLight, you can nominate anyone who exemplifies what it means to “Be the Light” as a way to thank that special person that makes your day brighter. Examples could include a person who exudes positivity, is always willing to help out when needed, or is an inspirational role model. You could nominate a friend, family member, co-worker, anyone you know, or even yourself as a way to inspire others. Out of the nominations, 50 people who best embody the “Be the Light” concept will receive a Thank You Gift that includes a $50 Amazon Gift Card and SYLVANIA lighting products. If your nominee is selected, we will reward you with a $10 Amazon Gift Card and lighting products too! Starting on National Random Acts of Kindness Day (February 17), these selected stories of light-hearted people will be shared online with the hope they will ignite a movement toward positivity and help inspire others to Be the Light.“The Be the Light Campaign emphasizes the profound impact small acts that spread light have on individuals and communities. SYLVANIA lighting has been illuminating homes and businesses for over a century, and by joining this cause now we want to shine a light on people who Be the Light, meaning people that are a source of positive energy for those around them,” said David Geyer, Head of Brand Management – US and Canada, LEDVANCE. “With the start of the New Year, now is the time to set the tone for 2017 by encouraging light and positivity.”“Be the Light is focused on the importance of hope. We believe that mental health is just as important as physical health, and that small moments of kindness can alter the course of someone’s day. These can have a rippling effect that positively impacts more and more people over time,” said Melissa M. Syler, founder of the Be the Light Campaign. “Working with LEDVANCE’s SYLVANIA lighting team, we invite the nation to be an agent of change. Be a part of something larger than yourself. Be the Light.”last_img read more

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Algonquins of Ontario push ahead with vote on controversial modernday treaty

first_imgAPTN National NewsAn Ontario Algonquin organization says it is pushing ahead with ratification votes for its agreement-in-principle for what it hopes will lead to a “modern-day treaty” that is facing opposition from Quebec Algonquin First NationsThe Algonquins of Ontario announced Wednesday the ratification votes would be held between Feb. 29 and March 7.The group is made up of 10 Algonquin communities, but only one, Pikwakanagan, is a First Nation with reserve lands. The nine other communities were given legitimacy by Queen’s Park and Ottawa within the framework of the proposed modern-day treaty talks.The Algonquins of Ontario (AOO) face stiff opposition to completing the proposed modern-day treaty from three Algonquin First Nations in Quebec.The First Nations, Wolf Lake, Eagle Village and Timiskaming alleged the AOO claim threatens to extinguish their rights and title to about 855,271 acres of their claimed territory in Ontario.The three First Nations are contemplating legal action to stop the AOO’s process. The communities also allege that some of the members who have signed up as part of the AOO are not real Indigenous people.Wolf Lake Chief Harry St. Denis has called the AOO a “policy fiction” that lacks the legitimacy of a real Algonquin nation.The agreement-in-principle proses to transfer $300 million in capital funding and 117,500 acres of Ontario Crown lands into the hands of AOO. The $300 million will likely not be distributed in lump sums among the signatories.A final agreement may still be years away from completion.Negotiations around the AOO’s claim began in earnest in about 2004 when the 10 Algonquin communities in Ontario signed a protocol to pursue the claim together.“The choice is now in the hands of Algonquin voters,” said Pikwakanagan First Nation Chief Kirby Whiteduck in a statement.In addition to Pikwakanagan, the AOO is comprised of the Antoine, Kijicho Manito Madaouskarini, Bonnechere, Greater Golden Lake, Mattawa-North Bay, Ottawa, Shabot Obaadjiwan, Snimikobi and Whitney communities.The AOO, Queen’s Park and Ottawa initialed the agreement-in-principle on June 12, 2015.news@aptn.ca@APTNNewslast_img read more

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Visa customers able to swipe cards again after temporary outage

TORONTO — A nationwide Visa outage appeared to be resolved by Monday night as the credit card company said a network issue at a third-party processor was to blame.The problem, Visa said, did not lie with the Visa network.A Visa spokeswoman said a power outage at payment processor Tsys resulted in the failure of some payment transactions.The company said it provided back up processing assistance where possible until operations returned to normal.Royal Bank of Canada (TSX:RY) and TD Canada Trust (TSX:TD) were among the big banks who had said their customers were being affected by the outage. Some self-serve transaction systems were also affected.Both banks confirmed their Visa cards were working again by Wednesday night, delivering the news through their official Twitter accounts.Hundreds of credit card users across the country took to the social media website earlier in the day to complain that their cards were being declined when they tried to use them.Here’s a sampling of what people were saying:Go to pay for groceries, apparently #Visa isn’t working.. anywhere #wtf #wasntaware — Renaye Quinn (@RenayeQ) January 28, 2013IS ANYONE ELSE TRIPPIN OVER VISA BEING DOWN ??!! #winnipeg #visa #Canada — chéylene (@cheybeybey) January 28, 2013Nationwide #visa outage! Better take out some cash… — Jill Wise (@Jill_Wise) January 28, 2013haha good thing im with #Mastercard. #Visa is letting people down #icanstillshopyoucant — Lauren Irwin (@Lowinn3) January 28, 2013Eek why must #Visa be down? I have bikinis that need to be purchased !! — MD(@MeaghanDeeth) January 28, 2013I love Twitter. My #VISA card isn’t working and couldn’t get through to bank via phone. Twitter tells me it’s a Canada-wide outage — Noreen (@noree_een) January 28, 2013Wow #Visa goes down and all hell breaks lose across Canada — Joe Pratap (@Joepratap) January 28, 2013@appdotnet My paypal is connected to the same credit card. I’ll wait and try again later. 🙂 Hope a Canada-wide visa outage won’t last long. — Shelley Chen (@shelleychn) January 28, 2013 read more

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NewsAlert Home sales expected to fall 53 in 2017 10 in Ont

OTTAWA — The Canadian Real Estate Association has downgraded its sales forecast for the year. It now expects sales to fall 5.3 per cent year-over-year, with 506,900 properties changing hands, or 20,000 fewer than previously forecast in June. It projects sales in British Columbia and Ontario to fall by about 10 per cent in 2017, compared to record highs set in 2016. August home sales were down 9.9 per cent, year-over-year.More coming

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Several stores in Hambantota and other areas closed against VAT

Several stores in Hambantota and other areas were closed today in protest against the 15 percent VAT increase.Traders in Hambantota took to the streets and protested demanding that the Government reverse the decision to increase the VAT. A tense situation also developed in Hambantota when the police refused to allow the protesters to stage the protest using loud-speakers.The protest later continued without the use of loud-speakers. (Colombo Gazette)

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Drunken and unruly Tinkerbell and Bob the Builder removed from Ryanair flight

Airline bosses today renewed calls for a two-drink limit at airports after a drunken passenger dressed as Tinkerbell was removed from a Ryanair flight by armed police.The traveller – and a companion dressed as Bob the Builder – were removed from a plane due to take off from Stansted airport to Krakow in Poland on Friday.Dan May, who was a passenger on the flight, claims “one officer has adjusted the man’s wings” before arresting him, whilst “Bob the Builder has been exceptionally well behaved.”Ryanair confirmed that an ‘unruly Tinkerbell’ had been removed from the flight by police and repeated its calls for limits on drinking at airports.Bosses said they wouldn’t tolerate ‘unruly or disruptive’ behaviour.Mr May also wrote on Twitter: “Our flight to Krakow hasn’t taken off yet because a man dressed as Tinkerbell has threatened to cut everyone up.”This is why you don’t fly Ryanair from Stansted.”Armed police have shown up.” “This is exactly why we are calling for significant changes to prohibit the sale of alcohol at airports, such as a two-drink limit per passenger and no alcohol sales before 10am.”It’s incumbent on the airports to introduce these preventative measures to curb excessive drinking and the problems it creates, rather than allowing passengers to drink to excess before their flights.”Essex Police said: “Two men had become disruptive on a plane. They were cooperative on being asked to leave the aircraft. They scheduled a later flight to their destination.”This comes after an EasyJet flight had been cancelled due to a group of stag do revellers treating the plane “like a nightclub”.More than 140 people had their travel plans thrown into chaos when the service from Bristol to the Czech capital of Prague was axed June this year.Police were called to the tarmac where they arrested a 32-year-old man for a public order offence.The two-hour delay saw the flight then cancelled with families forced to make alternative arrangements. A Ryanair spokesman said: “Police removed and detained two passengers ahead of this flight from London Stansted to Krakow who were disruptive, before the aircraft departed to Krakow.”We will not tolerate unruly or disruptive behaviour at any time and the safety and comfort of our customers, crew and aircraft is our number one priority. This is now a matter for local police. Our flight to Krakow hasn’t taken off yet because a man dressed as Tinkerbell has threatened to cut everyone up. This is why you don’t fly Ryanair from Stansted.— Dan May (@dpmay) August 17, 2018 Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more

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Newbridge Credit Union taken over by Permanent TSB

first_imgThe Central Bank was expected to make the application to have the loans and assets of the credit union transferred to the state-backed bank today, but an order of transfer was signed in the High Court yesterday.A statement from the Central Bank said that the move was necessary due to financial difficulties in Newbridge.The Central Bank’s priority at all times is the protection of members’ savings and the maintenance of the financial stability and well-being of credit unions generally, in line with the Bank’s mandate.The Central Bank has been seeking to address both financial and governance issues at Newbridge Credit Union since 2008, which ultimately led to the appointment of the Special Manager in January 2012.The original plan had been to merge Newbridge with Naas Credit Union, but Naas baulked at that idea late into proceedings, forcing the Central Bank to look elsewhere.Few credit unions in the country have the capacity to take on Newbridge’s loan book and fewer would want the headaches that a transfer of engagement of that size would bring.The Central Bank says that the transfer to Permanent TSB was the “only viable solution”, with the alternative being a full-scale liquidation, which would hit unsecured depositors.Newbridge Credit Union will be open today as usual and will continue to trade until it is fully merged with the bank’s branch in the town.Newbridge is not affiliated to the Irish League of Credit Unions, who moved to assure members that their money is “secure as always”.Read: Central Bank to apply to have PTSB take over Newbridge Credit Union – reportsRead: Newbridge Credit Union members “will default on loans” if merger goes through A GROUP CAMPAIGNING to save Newbridge Credit Union have threatened to take their case to Europe after the Central Bank was granted permission to have Permanent TSB take over the institution.Willie Crowley of Save Newbridge Credit Union told RTÉ that the deal confirmed what the group had long believed.“We are shocked, but it finally confirmed what we have believed since this process started – that the plan was to merge credit unions into banks.“We’re devastated, as are the 37 staff.We will be lodging an immediate appeal to the High Court and we were informed that there is a possibility to appeal to European Courts.last_img read more

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Peru is fighting to save 17 languages that are in danger of

first_img Feb 11th 2017, 8:00 AM 9,167 Views http://jrnl.ie/3226618 Image: AP/Press Association Images Share21 Tweet Email1 Ashaninka India Antonia Ayeque outside her house in Kitamaronkani in Peru. 9 Comments Peru is fighting to save 17 languages that are in danger of dying out The native way of life has been wiped out in parts of the Amazon.center_img Ashaninka India Antonia Ayeque outside her house in Kitamaronkani in Peru. Image: AP/Press Association Images By AFP Short URL AMADEO GARCIA HAS no one left to talk to in his mother tongue, Taushiro.Neither does Pablo Andrade, the last living speaker of Resigaro.The two indigenous languages are among 17 that are critically endangered in Peru, where modern life’s advance into the isolated Amazon basin region has wiped out many native peoples’ way of life, and their languages along with it.Garcia, 67, is the last living Taushiro, an indigenous group native to northern Peru that was decimated by malaria, conflicts with rubber tappers and toxic oil spills in its rivers.Andrade, 65, has likewise watched his people and their language fade away.He lived until recently with his sister, Rosa, the other surviving speaker of Resigaro.But she was mysteriously murdered last month, leaving him with no one to talk to in their dying Amazonian language.There were 37 Resigaro speakers left a decade ago. But the others have all married into a larger ethnic group, the Ocaina, and given up speaking their mother tongue, said anthropologist Alberto Chirif.Overpowered Quechua indigenous men Source: Juan KaritaPeru, the cradle of the ancient Incan empire, is battling to protect its wealth of indigenous languages from being overpowered by Spanish, the dominant language since colonial times.The government produces a daily TV news program in Quechua for the four million people who speak it.Another is in the works in Aymara, which has nearly half a million speakers.Both of them have many dialects.Yet in this country of 30 million rising from coastal desert to towering Andes and tropical Amazon basin lowlands beyond — not all languages have the same demographic heft as the Andean big two.“There are four endangered indigenous languages and another 17 that are critically endangered, which is about half the country’s indigenous languages,” said Elena Burga, head of the government’s Intercultural, Bilingual and Rural Education Department.No fewer than 37 indigenous languages have already disappeared, according to official statistics.Burga said the cultural weight of Spanish — the primary language of government, education and TV — crushes indigenous languages, making children less likely to learn them.The problem has been exacerbated by the threats facing indigenous groups, who have been forced from their land by farming, oil drilling, illegal mining and logging, and drug cartels.“Disease can also decimate an isolated population and drastically reduce its numbers,” Burga told AFP.More than words Dancers perform during a festival in Sinakara Valley. Source: AP/Press Association ImagesSome 2,500 languages worldwide face extinction, UNESCO warned in 2009.Each one represents a treasure trove of words, poems, jokes, proverbs and legends, it said.The problem is particularly acute in Peru, where the challenging environments of the Amazon rainforest and Andes mountains harbor dozens of fragile indigenous communities.According to National Geographic, the region is one of five hotspots with the greatest number of endangered languages in the world, along with northern Australia, the northwest Pacific plateau in North America, and eastern and central Siberia.Taushiro and Resigaro are particularly threatened, with just one speaker each.But they are not alone.There are just three speakers of Munichi, four speakers of Inapari and 11 speakers of Cauqui, for example.In the case of Taushiro, the culture ministry has launched a project to create an audiovisual register of expressions and an audio dictionary.The Yanesha people, in the central province of Oxapampa, have for their part opened a series of bilingual schools with the help of US anthropologist and linguist Richard Chase Smith.One of the schools’ missions is to adapt the Yanesha alphabet to modern technologies, in hopes of carving out a space online.“I lived nearly 15 years in this community and managed to collect recordings of their traditional oral histories, a cornerstone of their identity,” said Smith.I have recordings of 18 epic narratives… that the Yanesha people themselves now listen to at workshops.Forty of Peru’s 47 indigenous languages have bilingual schools — “even if only a small one,” says Burga — thanks to a government project to ensure their survival.The government is also working to develop writing systems and texts, for the larger languages, or audio archives, for the smaller ones.But anthropologist Chirif urged officials to do more.“We need a plan to recognise indigenous peoples’ rights to their land and identity,” he said.- © AFP, 2017Read: In photos: rare glimpse of ‘uncontacted’ Amazonian tribe> Saturday 11 Feb 2017, 8:00 AM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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The Need For Environmental Impact Assessment In Project Implementation

first_imgTrees along the Banjul/Serrekunda Highway which took decades to grow are being felled without any sense of environmental conservation to make room for the implementation of a project which is yet to be known by the vast majority whose transports ply the route on a daily basis.No project should be implemented without environmental impact assessment. The fundamental agency should explain to the public whether it has been consulted before the trees were felled. Cities that look like concrete jungles in the world are now convinced that development does not mean destruction of nature as human beings need oxygen from trees and greenery to have cool environment to live in.The Gambia has a tropical climate and with the proper conservation strategies, the flora and fauna will be preserved and passed onto the future generation.Foroyaa calls on the ministry to put a stop to the unthinking manner in which the trees on the highway are being destroyed. At least they could have been trimmed neatly to preserve a beautiful scenery as people come in and out of the city. Foroyaa will follow this matter.last_img read more

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Studio City Finance reveals pricing of senior notes offering

first_img JW Marriott at Galaxy Macau named venue and Galaxy Entertainment Group named Venue Sponsor for 2019 Asian Gaming Power 50 Black Tie Gala Dinner The net proceeds from the offering will be used to fund the conditional cash tender offer also announced by Studio City Finance last week for any and all of its outstanding 8.500% senior notes due 2020 and associated fees, as well as for working capital and to pay down debtThe conditional tender offer will conclude on 4 February 2019.The Macau government last year granted Melco Resorts, the majority owner of Studio City International Holdings, a deadline extension until 24 July 2021 for its planned development of Studio City Phase 2 which is expected to be comprised entirely of non-gaming offerings Studio City International Holdings subsidiary Studio City Finance Limited has revealed the pricing of its international offering of senior notes due 2024, announced last week.In a filing late Tuesday US time, Studio City Finance Limited – the entity that developed Macau integrated resort Studio City and operates its non-gaming businesses – said the offering would consist of US$600 million aggregate principal amount of 7.250% senior notes due 2024, with the new notes priced at 100%. Load More Evan Winkler appointed President as Melco Resorts implements latest management overhaul Macau GGR tumbles 8.6% in August RelatedPostslast_img read more

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Congressman Young Says Its Time For Congress To Work Together

first_imgStory as aired:Audio PlayerJennifer-on-Young.mp3VmJennifer-on-Young.mp300:00RPd Congressman Young said that he believes the President is trying to get Americans down the right path, saying it’s now up to Congress to work together. Congressman Young (R-AK): “I think it was a great speech. Now, it’s up to Congress to act on many of the issues the President discussed tonight. Infrastructure, for example, is going to be a big project for us. I believe this was good news for Alaskans and we have many positive projects to look forward to.” Congressman Young (R-AK): “He’s trying, but Congress can do it, but we can’t do it ourselves, we have to do it as a collective effort, we have to reach our problems and solutions together.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享President Trump presented his State of the Union address to both chambers of Congress yesterday, and Congressman Don Young (R-AK) said the President had some good points about making our country great again.last_img read more

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NHRC chair terms election fair neutral

first_imgNHRCNational Human Rights Commission (NHRC) chairman Kazi Reazul Hoque on Tuesday claimed that Sunday’s general election was held in a free, fair and neutral manner.”All (parties) took part in the election. Voters had been able to vote for the candidates of their choice. So, the election was free, fair and neutral,” he said while addressing a press conference at the NHRC office in the city.The NHRC chief said no one quit the election race although there were some allegations before the election. “As a result, the election was participatory and it was held in a peaceful atmosphere.”About the arrangement of the national election under a party government, he said the election should be held under the party government every time. “Violence marks a sharp rise and everyone can cast their vote fairly (if election is held under party govt) which never happened in the past.””Although the elections were being held under a caretaker government since 1991, the intensity of violence was higher in the past. But this time, we heard no violence of that dimension. So, I think the election should be held under the party government in the future,” Reazul said.He claimed that there was no allegation of any casualty and violation of human rights during the election although they learned from media reports that 14 people were killed in election violence.”I’ve visited a number of polling stations in Dhaka but saw no incident of human rights violation,” the NHRC chairman said, adding that he found the agents of opposition candidates in all the centres except a few.According to UNB correspondents, at least 18 people were killed in violence on the election day across the country.Reazul said they received a total of 52 allegations of threat and obstructing voters from going to centres before, during and after the election and informed the Election Commission which took action in this regard.Answering a question about the ‘gang rape’ of a housewife in Noakhali for voting for an opposition candidate, he said they will investigate the incident.The 11th Parliamentary elections were held amid huge allegations of irregularities, including vote-rigging and capturing of polling stations by ruling party men.last_img read more

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Emergency summit demanded to rescue WA tourism

first_imgThe WA Tourism Council has called for an industry summit to address the desperate need for additional state funding. An extra $27 million a year has been requested to be injected into struggling regions. “It is time for the WA Government to make tourism and events a State priority,” council chief executive Evan Hall said. According to council analysis, the WA government afford the tourism sector only 0.18 percent of its total revenue; the lowest in Australia besides NSW. “While tourism towns are suffering, it’s hard to understand why the WA Government won’t invest in the industry at the same level as other States,” Mr Hall said. The council plans to launch a ‘Tourism 4 Tomorrow’ campaign to encourage state expenditure. New airline partnerships and interstate regional promotions and advertising are requested.“There’s more to our economy than digging holes in the ground,” Mr Hall said. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.Tlast_img read more

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Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson 31

first_imgArizona Cardinals running back David Johnson (31) is stopped by Buffalo Bills defenders Kyle Williams (95) and Zach Brown (53) during the second half of an NFL football game on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, in Orchard Park, N.Y. (AP Photo/Bill Wippert) McCoy finished with 110 yards on 17 carries.Special teams was a failure as well with the punter getting injured early in the game and another high snap by the long-snapper; the latter of which led to a Buffalo touchdown.This marked the Bills’ (1-2) first win of the season.The Cardinals, meanwhile, dropped to 1-2 and remained winless in Buffalo since 1971, their first-ever visit to Upstate New York.THE GOODHeld without a catch in his last game in Buffalo, Larry Fitzgerald caught a three-yard pass on 2nd-and-8 on the team’s second drive of the game to extend the league’s longest active streak and seventh-longest in NFL history to 182 consecutive regular games with at least one reception. Fitzgerald has now caught a pass in 188 of the 189 games he’s played in his career. The 189 games played, by the way, are tied for the fifth-most in franchise history.Let the record show the Cardinals picked up their first first down with 9:33 to play in the second half. It occurred during the course of a 17-play, 84-yard scoring drive that eclipsed 9:34 off the clock. David Johnson capped the march up-and-down the field with a four-yard touchdown. Twice the Cardinals converted on third down via penalty, including an unnecessary roughness call on linebacker Jerry Hughes against Palmer. The Arizona Cardinals appeared lost.Like a piece of luggage, neither the Cardinals offense, defense nor special teams made the trip to Buffalo, or so it played out in a 33-18 Week 3 defeat to the Bills.Offensively, the Cardinals were once again held scoreless in the first quarter and trailed 17-7 at halftime.Carson Palmer completed 26-of-50 passes for 264 yards and four fourth-quarter interceptions.Defensively, the Cardinals allowed 208 rushing yards and three touchdowns. LeSean McCoy scored twice and Tyrod Taylor once. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires – Cornerback Marcus Cooper made his first start; Brandon Williams didn’t appear to play defense.– The Cardinals have yet to score in the first quarter through three games, failing on eight possessions.– Among the Cardinals inactives was right guard Evan Mathis (foot/toe), who did not make the trip.UP NEXTIt’s back home for the Cardinals, and it’s the start of divisional play.They host the Rams, who now make their home in L.A., on Sunday, Oct. 2. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:25 p.m. with pregame coverage beginning five hours earlier on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM.The Cardinals have won four of the past five meetings, including the most recent matchup a year ago in St. Louis, 27-3. However, the last time the Rams visited University of Phoenix Stadium, they left with a victory, 24-22, snapping a two-game home winning streak in the series for Arizona.Overall, the Cardinals lead the all-time series 37-36-2 dating back to 1937. – / 22 Comments   Share   center_img Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Against the league’s 16th-best rushing defense, the Bills had gained 144 yards on the ground five minutes into the second quarter. The last five of those was McCoy running into the end zone. It was his second touchdown of the half with the score increasing the Bills lead to 17-0 at the 10:25 mark. To that point, McCoy had carried seven times for 79 yards. The Cardinals began the day allowing an average of 96.5 rushing yards per game.High snap. Fumbled by the holder. Picked up by Aaron Williams and returned 53 yards for a touchdown. Quite the third-quarter sequence. The Cardinals go from 2nd-and-1 at the Buffalo 8 to 4th-and-6 at the Buffalo 13, and rather than at-worst a field goal, it’s a 10-point swing the other way. Kameron Canaday recorded another poor long-snap, his second in three games. Williams’ score increased the Bills’ lead to 30-7 at the 2:25 mark.STAT OF THE GAME5-of-15: The Cardinals converted only 33-percent of their third down opportunities.HE SAID IT“Talent is not the issue,” head coach Bruce Arians said. “It’s a matter of showing up on Sunday.”NOTED– Punter Drew Butler injured his left ankle in the first quarter; Catanzaro took over punting duties. First, Chandler Jones recorded his third sack in as many games late in the second quarter. Then, Markus Golden earned his third sack of the season late in the third quarter. They now join Bertrand Berry (2008) and Curtis Greer (1985) as the only players in franchise history to record at least one sack in each of the first three games of a season. Jones, by the way, now has six sacks in five career road games against the Bills. He had three on his last trip to Buffalo as a member of the Patriots.Earlier in the game, the Cardinals decided against attempting a 54-yard field goal, but with the wind at their back in the second half, Chandler Catanzaro was sent out to try a 60-yarder. And he nailed it! It was a career long for him—and made the score 30-16 at the 10:36 mark of the fourth quarter—and one-yard short of matching the franchise record for longest-ever field goal, a mark Jay Feely holds. Feely connected on a 61-yarder against the Bills in 2012.THE BADJust an awful start to the game for the Cardinals. Outscored 10-0 in the opening 15 minutes, the Cardinals gained a whopping two total yards on four possessions, each of which ended in 3-and-outs. Palmer was 1-of-7 for three yards. The Bills, meanwhile, had 142 yards, 48 of which belonged to McCoy. He carried four times including 24 yards for a score. The touchdown handed the Bills a 10-0 lead at the :55 mark of the first quarter.last_img read more

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