2011 NTL Referees Final Appointments

first_imgElite Eight Men’sDavid BaggioAdam FoleyDale LawrenceElite Eight Women’sLuke McKenzieBrad SmithSam ClarkMen’s OpenBrett FreshwaterMatt LaveryAnthony Smith Mixed OpenNathan BudgeScott CampbellTanya FindlayMen’s 30’sBill SladeMark KellyDamien CarlsonWomen’s OpenGavin KingCarl HartwigSimon JacksonMen’s 40’sBernie O’DonohueBarry McNamaraNick AltinSenior MixedGrant HillAaron McRobertsJosh VernonMen’s 45’sJulian AitkenRichard McIllroyJohn FrostWomen’s Open (plate)Jillian McRobertsTammey ChappellMack HovermanMen’s 50’sDaniel ScullyJames SteinbergJames McMahonWomen’s 27’s Chris MurrayJamie OliverKen GilbertWomen’s 35’sKaren DaviesKarren Strachan Sally MelzerMen’s 55’s Ken WilsonMichael McGrathGreg TaylorWomen’s 40’sDavid BrownPeter CominosPeter GregoryLeading RefereeDavid BaggioLeading Women’s RefereeSam ClarkLeading Senior RefereesBill Slade, Karen DaviesReferee of the TournamentDavid Baggiolast_img read more

14 killed as mortars hit Afghan market

first_imgKabul: At least 14 people were killed and dozens more wounded when a busy market in northern Afghanistan was hit by mortar fire, officials said Saturday. Several Taliban shells hit the market Friday morning in the Khwaja Sabz Posh district of Faryab province, according to Hanif Rezaee, an Afghan army spokesman. “Fourteen civilians were killed and 40 — including women and children — were wounded,” Rezaee said. He said the Taliban had been trying to hit an army checkpoint near the market. Also Read – Imran Khan arrives in China, to meet Prez Xi JinpingThe insurgent group did not immediately comment. Naem Musamim, Faryab’s public health director, said 14 bodies and 39 wounded people including four children had been taken to local hospitals. Some victims with critical injuries were airlifted to hospitals in Mazar-i-Sharif in Balkh province. The deadly incident comes as the war between the Taliban and Afghan security forces rages on, even as Taliban officials are meeting with US negotiators in Doha in a bid to bring about an end to the conflict. On Sunday, the insurgents will meet in the Qatari capital with various representatives from Afghan society as part of a potential peace process.last_img read more

WorkSafeBC data shows steady rise in hearing loss among oil and gas

first_imgAlong with the new safety bulletin, WorkSafeBC has additional online resources to assist in understanding and preventing noise-induced hearing loss, including: Hearing protection is a sound idea; Sound Advice: A Guide to Hearing Loss Prevention Programs; and The Hearing Video. RICHMOND, B.C. — WorkSafeBC is raising concerns about an increase in hearing loss among workers in the oil and gas drilling sector and is alerting employers and workers with a new safety bulletin.The agency said in a release that hearing-test data collected by employers in the oil and gas drilling sector over the past five years shows that the percentage of workers with signs of noise-induced hearing loss has increased by 12 percent.In 2012, 33 percent of workers had indicated hearing loss, but by last year that number had risen to 45 percent. In comparison, only 13 percent of workers in all other noisy industries tested positive for noise-induced hearing loss in 2017. Out of the 294 oil and gas drilling workers with hearing loss, 194 — or 65 percent — were under the age of 35. Since 2006 WorkSafeBC said that there have been more than 41,000 accepted claims for NIHL in B.C.While the percentage of workers with NIHL has increased in the drilling sector, WorkSafe said that the percentage of workers who reported wearing a hearing protection device has also increased, from 94 to 98 percent, with a heavy reliance on A-plugs, commonly known as foam earplugs.“There are a number of reasons why workers may be diagnosed with noise-induced hearing loss even though they are wearing some form of hearing protection,” says Sasha Brown, WorkSafeBC occupational audiologist. “The earplugs or earmuffs might be the wrong size, inserted or worn incorrectly, not worn for long enough, or they may not be providing enough protection for the duration and intensity of noise exposure.”WorkSafeBC said that employers can take a number of measures to prevent noise-induced hearing loss, including:Ensuring all workers who are at risk are wearing sufficient hearing protection that fits, and that they understand how to properly wear it.Making sure workers insert or wear the correct hearing protection prior to entering a noisy environment and wear it until after exiting the noisy location.Rotating workers to different positions so they spend less time in noisy environments.Identifying potential engineering controls to mitigate risk of exposure.Ensuring workers have their hearing tested and are aware of their hearing-test results.According to the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation and Guidelines, employers are required to provide hearing-loss prevention programs, monitor noise levels and conduct annual hearing tests for workers exposed to hazardous noise levels to prevent permanent hearing damage.Hazardous noise levels are defined as 85 decibels in the A scale for eight hours or the equivalent; the A scale is used for measuring environmental noise. All workers are responsible for wearing appropriate hearing protection and taking part in their employer’s hearing-loss prevention program.last_img read more

Canadas EV charging network growing up as numbers and power improve

TORONTO — The electric vehicle road trip is becoming a practical reality as an increasing number of players work to close gaps in Canada’s fast-charger networks and ease fears of getting stranded along the way.New entrants like Petro-Canada and Electrify Canada are working to add dozens of fast-chargers across the country this year, building on efforts already underway by provincial utilities and other early adopters to help ease concerns of skeptical buyers.Volkswagen’s Electrify Canada expects to have the first of its 32-station rollout done this quarter as it builds along the Quebec City-Windsor and Calgary-Vancouver corridors.“We really felt the need to build a purpose-built network that can allow people to drive more than just in and around the city,” Electrify’s chief operating officer Rob Barrosa said.Meanwhile Petro-Canada said last month that it would add 50 fast-charging stations across the Trans-Canada Highway, including in the sparsely served stretches of northern Ontario and the Prairies that the federal government is also working to cover.The additions come as part of a steady growth in the fast-charging network, including Alberta-based utility Atco announcing in February it will build 20 sites by the end of the year across southern Alberta, and the first fast-chargers now live in Glacier and Yoho National Parks.The growth of fast (or level three) chargers means dramatically reduced waits to get back on the road. The chargers, generally with a capacity of 50 kilowatts, can recharge upwards of 320 kilometres of a car’s range in an hour, far faster than the overnight charging of 6.6 kilowatt level two chargers that owners can install in their homes.However, most EV drivers will find they won’t need fast chargers very much, said Cara Clairman, founder and CEO of EV-focused non-profit Plug’n Drive.“It helps non-EV drivers get on board, because they imagine a scenario where they need it like they need a gas station. But the reality is quite different.”With EV ranges starting at about 200 kilometres and half a dozen models offering 350 kilometres or more, drivers will find charging overnight at home or at work to more than suit most needs, she said.“The infrastructure is not the big barrier in my mind. The barrier is more psychological.”She said that boosting the number of chargers in condos and apartments, a process that can be complicated and expensive, would go much further in boosting adoption.“That is really important. That will make a bigger difference than any amount of public charging.”Canada already has more than 500 fast chargers as part of a network of over 4,000 level two and three charging sites tucked away in garages, parking lots and behind buildings.The effort on the multi-unit residential front received a boost in the latest federal budget, as the Liberals committed $130 million over five years to build new charging infrastructure in under served areas.But drivers do tend to shop for vehicles with that once-a-year trip to a far flung city in mind, so fast-charging infrastructure is still important, just not as much of a priority, Clairman said.Reliability of those extensive networks is also key, said Louis Tremblay, CEO of AddEnergie, parent company of the Flo charging network.“There’s a lot of players that fail and are failing right now, in not being able to consider the whole equipment as mission critical, whether you’re at home, at work, or on the go.”He said fast-charging hubs will likely move more towards rest stops and places with amenities, both because gas stations often don’t have the space for expansion to the number of outlets that will be needed, and because people need something to do while waiting for a charge.Work is underway to cut those wait times down further.Electrify Canada is installing chargers capable of up to 350 kilowatts, which can add 200 kilometres of range in eight minutes. There aren’t yet vehicles available that can take that much power, which requires liquid-cooled cables to handle the energy, but they’re coming. Tesla, which has been building out its own extensive network in Canada with stations planned across the Trans-Canada, is also starting to roll out 350 kilowatt chargers and vehicles.The faster charges pose challenges including potentially higher prices, increased strains on remote grids, and reduced battery life if they overheat, said Olivier Trescases, director of the University of Toronto’s Electric Vehicle Research Centre.Companies are struggling to find the balance between power density, which creates fast charges and acceleration, and energy density, which adds distance, he said.  “You can kind of tweak the chemistry to go one way or the other, and today’s EVs are kind of making a trade-off there.”Trescases said the up front cost of electric cars is still a barrier, but people should understand that the higher EV cost comes with a lifetime discount on refuelling and maintenance. Plus, he says there are other benefits.“If we’re serious about climate change and meeting our objectives, it shouldn’t be a straight one to one comparison. This is something we need to do.” Ian Bickis, The Canadian Press read more

UNbacked forum on disaster reduction kicks off

The first meeting of the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction brings together governments, the UN and other specialized organizations, academic institutions, financial associations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and other civil society groups to tackle threats posed by climate change and urbanization.“Our vulnerability to disasters has never been so high,” said John Holmes, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, and chair of the Platform.He noted that the proportion of people living in urban areas has exceeded that of people residing in rural regions for the first time ever, with one-third of the urban population inhabiting marginal settlements or slums.“Growing urbanization combined with climate change will create new stresses on urban settlements, making millions of people even more vulnerable to disasters,” he added. “We have no choice. We need to move the disaster risk reduction agency forward if we want to save lives.”Of the 10 most populated cities in the world, eight are prone to earthquakes while six are exposed to storm surges, floods and tsunamis. The UN-backed Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) envisages increased instances of weather-related disasters in the future, with over 200 million people at potential risk from coastal flooding in densely populated cities such as Cairo, Dhaka, Mumbai, New York and London.This week’s three-day meeting will review progress made in policies adopted since the January 2005 World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in Japan. Taking place only weeks after the devastating Indian Ocean tsunami, countries adopted the Hyogo Framework for Action, a 10-year plan to bolster the ability of nations and communities to respond to disasters.“We certainly need to continue reducing carbon emissions but as global warming is already here, we need at the same time to find other ways to reduce the impacts of climate change,” said Sálvano Briceño, Director of the UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR) Secretariat.“Good governance, effective planning, courageous budgeting and implementing policies to prevent human settlement in hazardous areas are indispensable; we have to ensure that hospitals, schools, transportation and water systems are hazard-resilient,” he said. 5 June 2007Representatives of more than 100 governments converged in Geneva today to launch a new United Nations-chaired forum on disaster reduction that is expected to the major international consultative group on the issue. read more

Closing Bell TSX inches ahead while US markets closed for Independence Day

TORONTO — The Toronto stock market made small gains on Thursday as political turmoil in Egypt found some resolution and Wall Street was closed for Independence Day.Here are the closing numbers TSX — 12,166.66 +20.98 0.17% S&P 500 — Closed Dow — Closed Nasdaq — ClosedThe S&P/TSX composite index was ahead 20.98 points at 12,166.66.The Canadian dollar was down 0.1 of a cent to 95.05 cents US.U.S. markets were closed for the holiday, which put most attention on developments overseas.In Egypt, the country’s first democratically elected president, Mohammed Morsi, has been removed from office by the armed forces.While Egypt is not an oil producer but its control of the Suez canal — one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes, which links the Mediterranean with the Red Sea — gives it a crucial role in maintaining global energy supplies.Investors around the world were keeping a close watch on the price of oil. Crude futures were lower in late-afternoon electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The regular trading session for the commodity will resume after the U.S. holiday.Meanwhile, European Central Bank president Mario Draghi has underlined the bank’s determination to stick with stimulus for the struggling eurozone, saying the bank will keep its benchmark interest rate the same or lower “for an extended period of time.”The Bank of England held its first monetary policy meeting under new governor Mark Carney, saying that it views inflation pressures as temporary. That suggests it will keep its policies loose for the foreseeable future.But not all was calm in Europe as Portugal’s governing coalition continued to look shaky, a situation that earlier this week raised the spectre of Europe’s debt crisis returning to a boil.“Europe was sort of on the backburner for some time,” said Ian Nakamoto, director of research at MacDougall, MacDougall and MacTier.“All of what’s happening in Portugal brings it to the forefront, and… there’s a sense it’s simmering there and maybe it’s going to come up and hit us again.”On the TSX, the gold sector was slightly lower as Barrick Gold (TSX:ABX) fell 20 cents to $15.31. August gold bullion also weakened in electronic trading on the Nymex.Goldcorp Inc. (TSX:G) has pulled its employees out of the Elenore project in the James Bay region of Quebec as a massive forest fire rages on. The company said the fire was about 100 kilometres away and advancing towards the mine site with the prevailing winds. Shares of the company fell 21 cents to $25.81.Energy stocks rose 0.3% with Encana Corp. (TSX:ECA) dropping 11 cents to $17.74.WestJet (TSX:WJA) says its passenger traffic increased more than 8% in June, despite some cancellations and weakness in advance bookings following severe floods in southern Alberta. The company’s shares were down 11 cents to $22.39.On Friday, jobs data from both the U.S. and Canada will provide another glimpse of how each country’s economy is playing out with businesses.The U.S. government’s employment report is expected to show the economy created 165,000 jobs, following a gain of 175,000 in May. The jobless rate is forecast to dip to 7.5% from 7.6%.Economists believe Statistics Canada will say that the economy cranked out only about 5,000 jobs in June, following a surprisingly strong gain of 95,000 in May, with the unemployment rate remaining unchanged at 7.1%.What investors were watching today:Pension fund deficits have fallen into ‘danger zone’ for first time in decade, DBRS warnsUK stocks went wild when Mark Carney moved markets in dovish debutToronto home sales slide, but prices just keep climbingEurope’s central bank abandons tradition to commit to low ratesWHAT’S ON DECK FRIDAYECONOMIC NEWSCANADA8:30 a.m.Employment report (June): Economists expect the economy to lose 7,500 jobs and for the jobless rate to remain unchanged Ivey Purchasing Managers’ Index (June): Economists expect a reading of 58.3, down from last month UNITED STATES8:30 a.m.Employment report (June): Economists expect the economy to gain 165,000 jobs and for the jobless rate to tick down to 7.5% . read more

UN agricultural agency links food security and climate change in new guidelines

“Medium to long-term adaptation planning is crucial to build climate resilience and food security for future generations,” said Julia Wolf, UN Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) Natural Resources Officer and co-author of the guidelines. “The agriculture sectors, often the economic backbone of developing countries, need to be a key driver and stakeholder. The guidelines are set out to address the key issues, entry points and steps to take,” Ms. Wolf said.Agriculture – including fisheries and forestry – are important in efforts to keep global temperatures from rising more than two degrees Celsius above the pre-industrial levels.The industry is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. At the same time, to meet the food demand of a larger population, food production would need to be 60 per cent higher in 2050 than it was in 2006, said FAO.The UN agency’s new guidelines “are geared to address the specific challenges that adaptation and mitigation efforts pose in the agricultural arena – steering change at a bearable pace for those who depend on related activities for incomes, livelihoods and food security.”They are aimed at national planners, agriculture, forestry and fisheries authorities and experts as well as United Nations and bilateral donors.The guidelines are expected to help countries achieve the climate pledges made in December 2015 when the Paris Climate Accord was agreed to in France. read more

US ban on assault rifles removed from gun control package

first_imgA PROPOSED BAN on assault weapons like the one used in the Sandy Hook elementary school massacre last year has been removed from a broader gun control package, with Democrats conceding it would not get through Congress.The move by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid does not kill the proposal outright. But separating it from three other measures being strongly pushed by President Barack Obama’s Democrats leaves it to wither in today’s highly partisan Congress.Reid said the ban on assault weapons and high-capacity magazines, proposed in the wake of December’s mass murder of 20 school children and six staff in Newtown, Connecticut, did not have the votes to pass.Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein had tabled the ban, and it had won support from many in her party, but not enough fellow senators to pass the 100-member chamber.Less than 40 votes“Right now her amendment, using the most optimistic numbers, has less than 40 votes,” Reid said. “I have to get something on the floor so we can have votes on that issue.”Controversial bills need 60 votes to ensure that they are not derailed by a filibuster, a parliamentary manoeuvre to prevent them coming to a vote.Democrats, who hold 55 Senate seats, had sought Republican support for four measures, including that background checks be required for all gun sales, which they hoped to cobble together into one bill.Republican supportThe other three measures have a chance of winning some modest Republican support and have somewhat better odds of getting through both houses of Congress.The assault weapons ban, backed by the White House, passed out of committee last week on a strict party-line vote.It still could be voted on separately, and while that would be expected to fail, Feinstein was standing firm about demanding Reid allow her such a vote.“I’m not going to lay down and play dead,” she said on CNN. “I think the American people have said in every single public poll that they support this kind of legislation.”Not allowing her a floor vote on her measure “would be a major betrayal of trust,” she said, noting that Reid told her she would have an opportunity for a floor vote.But the ban’s lukewarm support among Democrats was “the handwriting on the wall,” Republican Senator James Inhofe told AFP.Inhofe said he now believed “zero” bills tightening gun laws would pass Congress this year.“Some could pass the Senate, but not the House,” which is controlled by Republicans who are less supportive of legislation that could be seen as curtailing American’s Second Amendment right to bear arms.There is also some pushback from Democrats in rural states where guns are popular for hunting and sport.Democratic Representative Mike Thompson, who chairs the House Gun Violence Prevention Task Force, said Reid’s move was not surprising, and that Feinstein “knew all along it was going to be an extremely heavy lift.”Gun violence prevention is fraught with sensitivities, Thompson said, particularly when lawmakers use tragedy to drive home a political agenda.“The issue is volatile. Even the slightest hint of using the wrong vernacular” creates problems, he said.As for a way forward, “we need to prioritize… common sense reforms,” Thompson said.The Feinstein measure would have prohibited the manufacture, import and sale of 157 models of assault weapons, including the one used on 14 December to kill 20 schoolchildren and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School.It would have been a reprisal of her 1994 assault weapons ban, which only squeaked through Congress because it included a sunset provision that caused it to expire in 2004.The National Rifle AssociationIn part, Feinstein blamed her bill’s woes on the money and political power of the main US pro-gun lobby, the National Rifle Association.“America has to stand up,” she said. “I can’t fight the NRA. The NRA spends unlimited sums, backed by the gun manufacturers, who are craven in my view.”The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence said in a statement that “we continue to believe in the comprehensive set of reforms put forth by the president,” and stressed that all four measures that passed through committee, including the assault weapons ban, “should be part of the solution” to gun violence.But Alan Gottlieb of the Second Amendment Foundation said there was never enough congressional support for Feinstein’s ban, especially given how many Democrats who supported the 1994 ban subsequently lost their seats in Congress.“I think Democrats are taking a look at the demographics and the electorate,” Gottlieb said.“They know the number of seats they have up in the next election, and if they pushed that bill through, the Senate would change hands.”- © AFP, 2013Read: Biden urges action on gun control in conference attended by Sandy Hook parents >last_img read more

Man suffers lifethreatening injuries after wrongway crash in San Pasqual Valley

first_img KUSI Newsroom, Man suffers life-threatening injuries after wrong-way crash in San Pasqual Valley Updated: 8:10 AM KUSI Newsroom San Diego (KUSI) – A 42-year-old man suffered life-threatening injuries when he crashed head on into another vehicle in San Diego’s San Pasqual Valley area, police said Thursday.The crash happened around 4:45 p.m. Wednesday in the 1900 block of San Pasqual Valley Road near Escondido, San Diego police Officer John Buttle said.The man was driving northbound on San Pasqual Valley Road when he crossed over the center line for unknown reasons and collided head on with a vehicle being driven by a 39-year-old man southbound on San Pasqual Valley Road, Buttle said.The 42-year-old man, whose name was not immediately available, was transported to a hospital with life-threatening injuries. He suffered blunt force trauma and underwent surgery for a torn aorta, Buttle said.The 39-year-old man, whose name was not released, suffered abrasions.No vehicle descriptions were immediately available.Alcohol or drugs were not believed to be factors in the collision, Buttle said.Traffic division officers were investigating the collision. center_img Posted: July 26, 2018 July 26, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Condé Nast Launches Experiential Beauty Studio

first_imgCondé Nast has found a new way to bring its readers directly to its advertisers. Led by Vogue beauty director Celia Ellenberg and Allure executive beauty director Jenny Bailly, the Beauty Studio works to use Condé Nast’s influence within the beauty space, along with Spire’s consumer insights and analytics, its branded-content video team, and its experiential strategy to offer its brand partners access to new advertising solutions. Created to offer both editors and brand partners access to an efficient start-to-finish content creation process, the Beauty Studio aims to produce and release content faster than its previous operations, as well as distribute that content to beauty consumers across all of the company’s channels. Located at Condé’s headquarters in New York, the Studio also provides editors a location for filming or photographing beauty demonstrations that are used across many of the brands’ social, digital and print platforms. “Using Condé Nast’s Spire capabilities, we now have the ability to offer partners access to an end-to-end beauty advertising solution, complete with insight-led, quality content, targeted distribution across multiple platforms, and demonstrable ROI,” said Lucy Kriz, Condé Nast’s chief industry officer, in a statement. The company says that the Beauty Studio fulfills a need within the beauty advertising marketplace by offering clients access to the company’s influence in the beauty industry, which, according to a study published in June of this year through a partnership with Tapestry Research, is three times more influential to a consumer’s purchase journey than any other companies’ content. David Lopez, VP of branded content video at Condé Nast Entertainment, says that the Beauty Studio represents both the art and commerce sides of the company, while also reestablishing the core goal of creating branded content, which to Condé is “the ability to leverage our intimate knowledge of the audience and consumer by delivering content they want in a way that only Condé Nast can do.”Lopez continues that the the Studio was developed by multiple teams at Condé as a way to create “an effective solution for getting quality content to market quickly to capitalize on current trends.”“We are always seeking creative ways to engage with our consumer in the digital space,” said Kerry Sullivan, facial care leader of one of the Beauty Studio’s presenting sponsors, Neutrogena. “The Beauty Studio from Condé Nast provides us a new and agile way to create high-quality content that is going to resonate with our consumers.” The other presenting sponsor of the Studio is Dyson Supersonic™ Hair Dryer, and the space was furnished by Urban Outfitter Home.last_img read more

Fathers Day gifts for dads who love beer

first_img $20 at Amazon Jun 14 • Make it a 4K Father’s Day: Save on 4K TVs at Best Buy and Walmart 15 Photos Jun 14 • Gifts for dads who enjoy their booze $36 at Amazon Shower beer gift set Duke Cannon Tags If you’re going in on your Father’s Day gift with your siblings and looking to pull out all the stops on a trip, this is the ultimate gift. What better way to experience beer than to go on a trip to one of the most revered beer regions in all of the US: Asheville, North Carolina? With a wild array of breweries including the world famous Funkatorium, a brewery dedicated solely to sours and “funky beers.” Your dad won’t just be in the mountains sipping some of the best beer in America, he will be in hops heaven. This post was written by Megan Meadows. Jun 14 • Gifts for dads who love breakfast If you want to put your dad’s beer snobbery to the test, this board game is the best way. Played with unlabeled beers at home or at a brewery/bar/restaurant, each player does a taste test and guesses what kind of beer they’re tasting. Guess the beer’s state and name for maximum points. Make sure to study up a bit before you play against Daddy though, because if you don’t, you know you’ll never live it down. See also Amazon Amazon Share your voice 0 Mr. Beer 2-gallon beer making kit $30 at Amazon So many local breweries and restaurants offer the option to buy a growler to take home their specialty beer. If your dad isn’t one to down a whole growler in a short period of time, but he loves getting his favorite pale ale from the local brew spot, a good amount of beer is probably going to waste. Enter the pressurized growler. With a tap perfect for sharing or bringing to a tailgate, the folks at GrowlerWerks in Portland offer a way for Dad to keep his beer fresh, whenever and wherever he may wish to quaff a few. $149 at Amazon Beer of the Month Club subscription Amazon Best laptops for college students: We’ve got an affordable laptop for every student. Best live TV streaming services: Ditch your cable company but keep the live channels and DVR. uKeg 64 oz. pressurized growler $899 at Bonbeer.com Unlabeled — The Blind Beer Tasting Board Game For the dad that loves to revel in his youth and relive his days pounding cold ones in the dorm shower, look no further than this shower beer gift set. The set contains sandalwood scented beer soap and an insulated tumbler that won’t rust. No promises he won’t start singing his alma mater’s fight song post-shower. Whether you and your dad bond over your love of local IPAs or you just want to honor him with his favorite fermented malt and grain beverage, every beer-loving pops deserves a cold one on his day. Maybe he’s a self-proclaimed “beer snob,” the kind of guy who knows the difference between a stout and a porter; he might as well have written the literature at the Guinness factory. Point blank, he’s a bit hard to shop for when holidays roll around.You’ve gifted him with every funny beer coozie and beer can tie that exists, so why not try something to help him lean into his wannabe brewmaster? If your dad drools at the thought of a cold lager, but you’re stumped on what to get him, be it bottle, can or draught, we’ve got you covered below. Disclosure: CNET may get a share of the revenue if you buy anything featured on our site.center_img All 50 states beer cap maps $40 at Beer Across America $25 at Duke Cannon Supply Co. Father’s Day Tech Gift Guide Shutterstock • Is your dad the guy in the beer aisle at the grocery store swapping bottles to make a DIY 6-pack? If so, get him this insulated carrier and send him to a craft brew shop to make his own, without upsetting the store clerks. Plus, now he’ll be able to bring his favorite bottles to a buddy’s house or on your family picnic and keep them cool. Amazon Don’t know much about beer yourself, but really want to wow your pops with something special? The craft beer savants at Tavour offer this box of mixed brews full of a variety of fresh, small-batch cans and bottles, all hand curated. Even if you don’t know beer, your dad definitely does, and he certainly won’t be disappointed because Tavour sources its brews from independent craft breweries around the world. Lucky for you, it ships for free, right to your dad’s doorstep. Mixed beer gift box set $43 at Amazon Asheville beer safari weekend reading • Father’s Day gifts for dads who love beer Even better? A gift subscription. Beer of the Month Club boxes are truly the gift that keeps on giving. Who doesn’t love coming home after a long, hard day to an exciting package? Especially if that package is full of four award-winning beers and handpicked by a panel of experts. Beer Across America’s Beer of the Month Club promises to deliver four varieties from two craft breweries once a month. Your dad won’t be able to thank you enough, all year long.Read more: The best beer clubs and beer subscription boxes Insulated neoprene six-pack beer carrier Shutterstock Father’s Day: Clever smart home gadgets your dad will actually love One of the best parts of being a beer lover is testing different brewskies from local breweries and restaurants. Help your dad drink his way through his home state with this state map-shaped holder to display a bottle cap for every beer he encounters. A great way to keep track of which beers he’s tried and also a perfect accessory for any man cave. Your dad will think of you with the pop of every bottle. Our favorite gifts for Father’s Day 14 great gifts under $50 Gifts for Dad under $100 Best Father’s Day gifts under $250 For the dads who enjoy their booze Best TVs and streaming boxes for Father’s Day Laptop and PC gifts for dads Best phones to gift your dad for Father’s Day Best headphones for dads from $50 to $350 Best audio gifts for Father’s Day Best Father’s Day gifts to combat dad bod Father’s Day gaming gifts for the badass dad Best Father’s Day gifts for every kind of foodie dad The Cheapskate’s top Father’s Day gift picks Father’s Day gift ideas for your car-loving dad Jun 15 • Great last-minute Father’s Day gifts for 2019 $99 at Tavour See All Even for a true beer lover who has toured endless breweries, making your own beer can seem daunting. At-home beer-making kits like this one are an easy way for beginners to ease their way into making craft beer. Maybe he’s always wanted to try making his own brew, but didn’t know where to start! Who knows, he might found the next Dogfish Head or Brooklyn Brewery. OK, probably not, but he’ll definitely get some good beer out of the deal.  Brooklyn BrewShop null Tavour Applianceslast_img read more

Peoples presence in rally reinforces movement to restore voting rights

first_imgBNP chairperson Khaleda Zia addresses a huge public gathering at the capital’s Suhrawardy Udyan on Sunday. Photo: Saiful Islam/Prothom AloBangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) chairperson Khaleda Zia on Monday thanked her party activists as well as members of the public for joining her Sunday’s rally in Dhaka.In a twitter message, the former prime minister also said the people’s presence in the rally has bolstered the BNP’s movement to restore the countrymen’s voting rights.“Sincerest thanks to all – common men and women, BNP leaders, activists and supporters for joining mass rally at Suhrawardy Udyan. Your presence reinforces our movement to recover people’s voting rights,” read the twitter message.The BNP organised the rally to mark the National Revolution and Solidarity Day the party observes on 7 November. It was the major rally the BNP was allowed to hold in the capital in the past one and a half years.Read More:  Polls under Hasina will never be fair: Khaledalast_img read more

Motorists are parking here and getting fined Row breaks out over signs

first_imgGet the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailControversial plans to retain signs and cameras at a hotel car park have been criticised by community leaders. Operator Smart Parking has applied for permission to keep the signs and automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) cameras on Stone’s Crown Hotel car park. The company says the signs are needed to protect the ‘consumer rights’ of motorists parking their vehicles. But Stone Town Council has objected to the application after arguing the ‘quantity, size and colour of the signage is inappropriate and intrusive within the conservation area’. Members also relayed horror stories from drivers who say they have been wrongly fined at the car park. Police search for missing woman ANPR cameras and signs in Crown Hotel car park in Stone Councillor Jill Hood said: “People are coming here, being fined and saying they’re not coming here again.” Councillor Tom Jackson added: “I have also spoken to many people who are upset because they left the car park one-minute late and got fined.” The objection will now be passed to Stafford Borough Council which will determine the application. The Crown Hotel is a Grade II*-listed building. The applicant’s design and access statement states: “A small number of signs have been affixed to the hotel building. This is to ensure that customers are aware of the terms and conditions for parking before entering the hotel. Read MorePolice called in as car doors mysteriously unlock themselves on North Staffordshire retail park   “Signage is required to ensure that consumers’ rights are protected by providing them with important information in respect of the terms of parking. “We are also members of the British Parking Association (BPA) approved operator’s scheme and have to adhere to its code of practice. One of the code requirements is to have a certain amount of signage in each car park, and furthermore, that this is displayed throughout the car park so motorists can see the signage from wherever they have chosen to park. “However, we try to keep signage to the minimum required by the BPA in order to limit the visual impact on the heritage site as much as possible.” Read MoreTop stories on StokeonTrentLive Dad slams ‘disgusting’ hospital window Want to tell us about something going on where you live? Let us know – Tweet us @SOTLive or message us on our Facebook page. And if you have pictures to share, tag us on Instagram at StokeonTrentLive. Punter found hiding in bushes Driver named following fatal collisionlast_img read more

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first_imgRocío Pérez tweeted The Tico Times a picture of the sky from Heredia, saying that it was “raining ash.”This story is developing. Follow updates at ticotimes.net.Learn more about recent volcanic eruptions with this timeline: Facebook Comments UPDATED at 7 p.m. with airport reopening time:Juan Santamaría International Airport will remain closed until at least 8 a.m. Friday, March 13, according to airport administration. Airport spokeswoman Silvia Chávez said that the Friday reopening was conditional on overnight activity at Turrialba Volcano.UPDATED at 5 p.m. with information on affected flights:Falling ash from Costa Rica’s Turrialba Volcano closed the country’s Juan Santamaría International Airport outside the capital on Thursday afternoon at approximately 4 p.m., according to airport management.As of 5 p.m., there were 10 affected flights.Seven flights are grounded: 1 Iberia flight, 2 Avianca flights, 1 Copa flights, 1 Air Canada flight, and 2 cargo flights.Three flights are in the air and unable to land: 2 Copa flights and 1 FedEx cargo flight.A list of the airport’s upcoming flight departures and their status can be found on its website.An airport spokeswoman said conditions had improved as of 5 p.m. but the airport remained indefinitely closed. Inspectors at the airport are assessing the safety of the runway.The Public Security Ministry’s Air Surveillance Service says ash poses a risk to planes because of obscured visibility and because it can interfere with the plane’s jets or propellers.Turrialba Volcano erupted three times Thursday morning and early afternoon, sending volcanic ash more than a kilometer into the air. Winds carried the ash 67 kilometers from the crater to the capital, where it dusted cars and homes. The ash restricted visibility and irritated eyes in San José. UPDATED at 9 a.m. Friday, March 13:Juan Santamaría International Airport outside of San José remained closed Friday morning and will likely not reopen until noon, airport spokeswoman Silvia Chávez told The Tico Times.The National University tweeted that Turrialba Volcano erupted again at 4:30 a.m. Friday. The volcano erupted four times Thursday. V. Turrialba 13 marzo 2015. pic.twitter.com/rGs35wOhez— OVSICORI-UNA (@OVSICORI_UNA) March 13, 2015 Related posts:UPDATE: Costa Rica’s Turrialba Volcano erupts, forcing capital airport to temporarily close Turrialba Volcano briefly closes Costa Rica’s main airport Turrialba Volcano erupts again, raining ash over San José Turrialba Volcano erupts hot rocks, ash 2 kilometers high @TheTicoTimes @zkdyer llueve ceniza en Heredia pic.twitter.com/SFjlbQb2WP— Rocio Perez (@maropesa) March 12, 2015last_img read more

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