The South Sioux City Policeman who was shot twice in a confrontation with an armed suspect last Saturday will be released from a local hospital Thursday.Officer Brian VanBerkum is returning home and South Sioux Police are planning a special welcome for him.They are asking the public and other law enforcement agency members to line Dakota Avenue Thursday afternoon to give him a wave and show your support for their hometown hero.He will be traveling the length of Dakota Avenue to 39th Street, escorted by South Sioux City Police cars and motorcycles sometime between 11:30 am and 1:30 pm.VanBerkum was injured in a shooting while on duty early Saturday morning.He returned fire and struck the suspect in the leg, who later died from his injury.The incident remains under investigation by the Nebraska State Patrol and Dakota County Attorney’s OfficePhoto courtesy South Sioux City Police
CHARLOTTE, NC – SEPTEMBER 01: Head coach Jeremy Pruitt of the Tennessee Volunteers watches on against the West Virginia Mountaineers during their game at Bank of America Stadium on September 1, 2018 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Tennessee pulled off one of the more impressive upsets in college football over the weekend. The Volunteers took down then-No. 22 Auburn by a final score of 30-24 for the team’s first conference win of the season.During the game, head coach Jeremy Pruitt used his defensive mind to help out his players on the field. In a video captured from the sideline, Pruitt can be heard calling out to his defensive players where the ball is heading on one of Auburn’s offensive plays.Check it out.Tennessee head coach Jeremy Pruitt is a defensive mind, right?Watch this play from Auburn’s final offensive drive.At the beginning, you can hear Pruitt yell “BAYLEN IT’S COMING TO YOUR GUY!”Sure enough… pic.twitter.com/n0G10pTLMq— Caleb Noe (@wvltCaleb) October 16, 2018The former Alabama defensive coordinator wasn’t a popular pick when it was announced his was Tennessee’s choice as its next head coach. However, Pruitt sits at 3-3 on the season and the team has a legitimate chance to make a bowl game.The Volunteers are in for a tough contest this weekend as the team hosts Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide on Saturday afternoon.
Chief Executive Officer of the NPSC, Kaysia Kerr, said frustration is cited as one of the major factors that lead to excessive disciplinary measures being meted out to children. Parents and guardians are to benefit from two Parent Villages being staged by the National Parenting Support Commission (NPSC) this month, during which they will learn effective strategies to discipline their children. Parents and guardians are to benefit from two Parent Villages being staged by the National Parenting Support Commission (NPSC) this month, during which they will learn effective strategies to discipline their children.The villages, which are part of Parent Month activities, will be held in Kingston and Montego Bay on November 11 and 25, respectively.Chief Executive Officer of the NPSC, Kaysia Kerr, said frustration is cited as one of the major factors that lead to excessive disciplinary measures being meted out to children.She noted that parents are often not sufficiently equipped to assess and correct certain behaviour patterns in their children, which leads them to react from a position of anger.“When the children step out of line, the first response should not be one of aggression, but it should, instead, be one that causes the child to reflect on his/her actions. We also cannot emphasise enough the need for parents to influence behaviour through their own conduct,” Ms. Kerr said.She was speaking at a Think Tank held recently at the JIS headquarters in Kingston.Deputy Executive Director of National Integrity Action, partners of the NPSC, Dr. Patrece Charles, said that the desired result of any form of punishment should be that of remorse for the action, on the part of the child.She noted that where children are disciplined out of anger and/or frustration, the child develops feelings of resentment towards the parent or guardian.“If a child is able to feel remorse because of the implications of his actions, he’s more likely to make an adjustment in order to avoid landing in a similar position in the future,” said Dr. Charles.She further indicated that where the child is disciplined in an aggressive manner, he tends to end up feeling as though the parent despises him.This, she argued, creates an even greater issue, as it may cause the child to begin to act out in an effort to get back at the parents for hurting him.“It is my belief that if conversations are had with the child to explain the impact of his actions, and the preferred courses of actions are clearly outlined, the outcomes are far more satisfactory,” Dr. Charles said.“We believe that if parents are offered more viable alternatives to the measures that they have been accustomed to, there will be a reduction in the cases of abuse that happen as a result of anger and frustration,” explained Dr. Charles. Deputy Executive Director of National Integrity Action, partners of the NPSC, Dr. Patrece Charles, said that the desired result of any form of punishment should be that of remorse for the action, on the part of the child. Story Highlights
zoom The extraordinary cargo buildup at the Port of Oakland has been eased up with the introduction of new Saturday and Sunday gates, as informed by the port authority.Increased trade volumes between US and Asia along with congestion in Southern Californian ports and labor-management negotiations have been among the key factors that caused the bottlenecks.Over 1,000 U.S. import containers have moved out of its marine terminals every weekend for the past month; cargo that would otherwise move weekdays when terminals and harbor truckers strain to manage soaring volume, the authority added.“The weekend moves are only a fraction of what we send out the gates Monday-through-Friday so they’re not the complete answer to our big buildup,” said Port Maritime Director John Driscoll. “But every little bit helps while we’re working to keep cargo flowing.”For weekend openings to take place customs inspections must be arranged to clear cargo for pick-up. In addition, extra cargo handlers are needed to load containers onto truck trailers. Clerks have to be hired, as well, to process imports before they’re sent out the gates.“Terminal operators, private-sector firms working under leases from the Port of Oakland, are expected to continue moving containers on Saturdays and Sundays while demand persists. That could be another month as U.S. shippers import cargo before Lunar New Year factory shutdowns in Asia,” the release from the port reads.The largest marine terminal operators at the port have opened weekend gates since Thanksgiving.According to the latest data from the port, three-to-nine vessels anchor in San Francisco Bay every day awaiting berths and it sometimes takes truck drivers several hours to get through weekday terminal gates.
Brussels: Salah Abdeslam, the sole surviving suspect in the November 2015 Paris attacks, has been formally charged in connection with the Brussels suicide bombings months later, federal prosecutors said Monday. Abdeslam was charged with “participating in the activities of a terrorist group,” the federal prosecutor’s office told AFP, confirming reports in the Belgian media in recent days. The prosecutor’s office did not give details of his alleged role in the suicide bombings at Brussels airport and a city metro station on March 22, 2016, which killed 32 people and wounded 340 others. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from USThe Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attacks which occurred within an hour of each other. Investigators say the attacks were ordered from Syria and organised by a French-Belgian cell in Brussels, which was also behind the November 13, 2015 attacks in Paris that killed 130 people and wounded hundreds of others. In April, a Belgian court sentenced Abdeslam to 20 years in prison over a gun battle with police in Brussels that led to his capture days before the Brussels suicide bombings. Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential pollsAbdeslam, a Belgian-born French national who hails from the Brussels Molenbeek neighbourhood, is being held in jail in France pending a separate trial over the Paris attacks. Abdeslam is alleged to have dropped off three suicide bombers at a Paris sports stadium the evening of the November attacks before abandoning a suicide belt he was apparently going to detonate. Before Abdeslam’s indictment was confirmed in the Belgian capital, 12 people had been charged in connection with the Brussels bombings. The defendants are due to be tried next year in the former NATO headquarters in the Belgian capital, which sources said could begin in the autumn of 2020 and last up to eight months. Among the main defendants are Mohamed Abrini and Osama Krayem, who were arrested in April 2016. Investigators say Abrini did not set off his suitcase bomb at Zaventem airport with the other two suicide bombers and was captured days later. Abrini was filmed at a service station en route to Paris just before the November 2015 attacks which were also claimed by Islamic State. Salah Abdeslam was seen with Abrini at the station. Krayem was seen next to the suicide bomber at the metro station near EU headquarters in Brussels moments before the blast.
FREDERICTON – New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant has ended speculation about an early election, and is modifying his government’s language about whether his mandate has been completed.After a weekend of uncertainty about the government’s plans, Gallant said he intends to bring in legislation this session that includes plans to reduce the small business income tax and establish a model for carbon pricing.The government had sent out a news release late Friday that said, “in 2014, we were given a mandate to focus on priorities that matter to New Brunswick residents. We have accomplished that mandate …”That, along with his announced visit Monday with the lieutenant-governor, caused the political opposition to start mobilizing for a potential election call.But when the premier spoke to reporters after visiting the lieutenant-governor on Monday he said: “No election.”“Our mandate isn’t done. In fact, that’s very much why we focused on this session coming up to continue to grow the economy like we’ve done over the last three years,” said Gallant.He also said the original news release had said a speech from the throne would proceed, adding that should have ended the speculation.The session begins Tuesday with the speech.Gallant said that in addition to the tax measures and carbon pricing plan, his government will set appropriate spending and donation limits for municipal elections, and formalize a salary freeze for members of the legislature.Gallant says the Liberal government will also implement initiatives aimed at preventing intimate partner violence and reform the property tax system.Opposition parties had held emergency meetings and conference calls to make sure they were ready for an early election in case it came.Tory Leader Blaine Higgs said he delivered a letter to Lt.-Gov. Jocelyne Roy-Vienneau in advance of her meeting with Gallant. He says if Gallant had called an election, it would have been in violation of the Legislative Assembly Act.New Brunswick has legislation prescribing fixed dates for provincial elections, every four years. The next provincial election is scheduled for Sept. 24, 2018.Although the lieutenant-governor has the discretion to dissolve the House, Higgs says the premier is not to advise her to do so before the fixed date next fall.“We are doing our duty as Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition to raise concerns every time we see the Gallant government ignore and disrespect the laws of our democracy,” he says in a statement. “We shared our concerns and research with Her Honour in advance of the meeting.”Higgs added that the premier’s office intentionally stoked speculation that an election call was imminent.Progressive Conservative member Jeff Carr said he believes Gallant was playing political games and did plan to call an early election, but changed his mind over the weekend.“I think with the backlash from the negative attack ads that he had put out there, and I believe there was a polling company in the field over the weekend, so I think he realizes that he’s not quite as popular as he thinks he is, and today he retracted that idea,” Carr said.Green Leader David Coon laughed at Carr’s suggestion, calling it “pure fantasy”.Coon said the Liberals were up to “hijinx”, with an intention to take attention off the upcoming session.“Over the weekend we didn’t see what you would normally see — a focus on what’s coming for this final session of the legislative assembly. What are the important issues? What is the government’s agenda?,” he said.Both the Tories and the Green parties say they’ll be ready for whenever the election is called.The New Democrats have yet to confirm any of their candidates, but rookie leader Jennifer McKenzie says her party is looking forward to whenever the election is called and will be ready.McKenzie has yet to say where she will run.The Liberals hold 26 of the seats in the legislature, while the Progressive Conservatives have 22 and the Green party has one.
Artist to WatchJasmine SinghKing of FoxesLia ColeTalltaleThe Denim Daddies Male Artist of the YearJosh SahuntaJustin HoggMartin KerrMike DomineyRellik Besides Striker, Group of the Year nominees are Derina Harvey Band, nêhiyawak, The Dungarees and Whale and the Wolf.The night of seven live performances and 27 awards will be held June 28 at Winspear. Red carpet will be at 6 p.m., the show kicking off at 7:30 p.m.Joining Cardinal in the race for Female Artist of the Year are Lindsey Walker, Lyra Brown, Mallory Chipman and Olivia Rose. Josh Sahunta, Justin Hogg, Martin Kerr, Mike Dominey and Rellik are on deck for Male Artist of the Year.For Album of the Year, it’s between Cardinal’s Everything and Nothing At All, Walker’s This Desolate Bliss, self-titled albums each by Striker and the Dungarees, and the Royal Foundry’s Lost in Your Head.This year’s program sees three new categories covering instrumental, francophone and Latin music.A Legacy Award will be announced soon, and you can vote for the People’s Choice award on the Edmonton Music Awards site.The hilarious Bridget Ryan will host the gala once again, and tickets are available starting at 10 a.m. Monday through the Winspear Box Office.@fisheyefoto Dance/Electronic Recording of the YearBrother Octopus — On My Own (feat. Soft Violence)Iamhill — On CameraLaur Elle — FadeRIELL — Eye to EyeShaker Thief — Chemical Striker is up for five EMAs. SUPPLIED2018 Edmonton Music Awards nominees:Album of the YearCeleigh Cardinal — Everything and Nothing at AllLindsey Walker — This Desolate BlissStriker — StrikerThe Dungarees — The DungareesThe Royal Foundry — Lost in Your Head Female Artist of the YearCeleigh CardinalLindsey WalkerLyra BrownMallory ChipmanOlivia Rose Group of the YearDerina Harvey BandnêhiyawakStrikerThe DungareesWhale and the Wolf Rock Recording of the YearKane Incognito — Young & AbleOn the Frontline — WallsThe Royal Foundry — Never Have TimeWares — What You WantWhale and the Wolf — Touch Instrumental Recording of the YearAudrey Ochoa — AfterthoughtBardic Form — LonghornDefend the Rhino — When Kids PlayStephanie Urquhart — Os-TomatoThe Faceless Pianist — Before Time Blues Recording of the YearBoogie Patrol — Man on FireDanielle Dayton — RunDylan Farrell — StrangerLusitania Lights — ClassicsOld Jack Tap — Ain’t Gettin’ Any Better Twitter Login/Register With: Country Recording of the YearAndrea Nixon — Song Without a NameBrenda Dirk — Shades OnEl Niven and the Alibi — Next To MeOlivia Rose — Hometown SundownsThe Dungarees — Anywhere With You Advertisement Pop Recording of the YearCarter & The Capitals — Get DownHigh Love — No Longer YoursLaur Elle — FadeLyra Brown — A Little Vulture Told MeThe Royal Foundry — All We Have Roots/Folk Recording of the YearAyla Brook & the Sound Men — Break Up SongsCeleigh Cardinal — There Ain’t No WayMark Times — SaskatchewineRebecca Lappa — Valiant of VimyVISSIA — Mountaineer Advertisement Facebook Music Video of the YearIamhill — On CameraKelborne — CavalierLetters From Pluto — Cold Right Now (Redekopp Remix)Lyra Brown — A Little Vulture Told MeStriker — Former Glory Jazz Recording of the YearAudrey Ochoa — AfterthoughtMallory Chipman — Tune for the TroubadourQuarto & Sound — Movement 1Rubim de Toledo — The GapStephanie Urquhart — Os-Tomato Metal Recording of the YearAll Else Fails — Beneath the WavesJuliet Ruin — Ugly SideSilence the Machine — BreatheStriker — Former GloryThe Order of Chaos — Night Terror Indigenous Recording of the YearCeleigh Cardinal — There Ain’t No WayKristen McArthur — Haters Choralenêhiyawak — Disappear Rising Star (18 and Under)Amanda Penner — Beautifully Ruined (Don’t Want to be Found)Dylan Ella — Ghost BoyKeltie — Someone Tell HerKrissy Feniak — Mess With MeRareflower — Skunkbag One thing about the Edmonton scene: the municipal sound is not easy to pigeonhole — further proven by the just-announced Edmonton Music Awards nominees.On that topic of crossing genres, it’s definitely a good year to be powerhouse singer Celeigh Cardinal, who is up for seven EMAs, including Album, Female Artist, Single, Indigenous Recording, Singer/Songwriter and Roots/Folk Recording of the year — plus the online-voted People’s Choice Award.On the other side of the sonic planet, meanwhile, crisp and raucous metalhead Striker is up for six prizes. including Album, Single, Group, Metal Recording and Music Video of the year, and with 78 other local acts. is also up for the People’s Choice popularity click-and-vote. Single of the YearCeleigh Cardinal — There Ain’t No WayScenic Route To Alaska — Slow DownThe Royal Foundry — Never Have TimeStriker — Former GloryWhale and the Wolf — Touch Adult Alternative Recording of the YearCeleigh Cardinal — There Ain’t No WayDana Wylie — Hallelujah Leonard Cohen HallelujahEl Niven and the Alibi — Next To MeFKB — Bright LightsLyra Brown — A Little Vulture Told Me People’s ChoiceFull list online at yeglive.ca Rap/Hip Hop Recording of the YearConch — Alive (feat. Lexi Paz & Stevie Raikou)Dizzy — Ride With MeK-Blitz — Watch You GoMitchell Lawler — Ease UpStr8 Gutta — Chillin’ Wit A Bawse Indie Rock Recording of the YearBrunch Club — Sure, FineLindsey Walker — WindowLusitania Lights — ClassicsMy Sister Ocean — Looking For ConnectionThe New Haunts — Writing on the Wall LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Latin Recording Of The YearCristian De La Luna — SabesMarc Beaudin — Hecho En La HabanaYordanis Lamoru — Como nadie R&B/Soul Recording of the YearAnn Vriend — All That I CanBoogie Patrol — Man on FireCarmen Lucia — Sweetest ThingsJosh Sahunta — SummertimeLia Cole — Hooked World Music Recording of the YearBardic Form — LonghornElectric Audrey 2 — Accidental BeachFarhad Khosravi — Sleeping in SorrowLex Justice — Crazy WorldMustiboy — Atele feat. 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Jorge Barrera APTN National NewsThe Justin Trudeau Liberal government twice rejected mediation overtures from the Canadian Human Rights Commission before its last minute change of heart Monday to let the human rights body “facilitate” talks on its need to comply with an order to immediately overhaul and increase funding for First Nation child welfare, says a prominent children’s advocate.Cindy Blackstock, executive director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society, said she received a couriered letter from the Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett’s office early Monday afternoon after she returned to her own Ottawa office following a press conference. A short while later, Bennett told reporters on Parliament Hill that the commission had “agreed to facilitate discussions” on the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal’s order that Ottawa overhaul and increase funding to on-reserve child welfare services.“Unfortunately, I’ve seen this before, it’s right out of the playbook or look over here, not at the children,” said Blackstock. “Whatever their communications regime is they can continue to spin that, but the courts have been clear, they are contravening the law.”Bennett’s office did not respond to a request to explain why mediation had been previously rejected.Blackstock, who filed the successful human rights complaint against Ottawa’s underfunding of on-reserve child welfare services, said the commission had on three occasions offered to deal with the tribunal’s order. Blackstock said Ottawa rejected the first two offers and did not respond to the last mediation offer issued in September until Monday.Blackstock said she has agreed to the mediation every time.However, Ottawa is still not agreeing to mediation. Blackstock said Bennett’s letter stated Ottawa would agree to have “facilitated discussions”, which is a legally different concept than mediation.“We need to figure out what they agreed to and what is mediation,” said Blackstock. “All of us need to be focused on the well-being of children….We are much more interested in doing right than being right.”The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal hears cases referred by the Canadian Human Rights Commission. The commission administers the Canadian Human Rights Act and the tribunal enforces it.In January, the tribunal found Ottawa was discriminating against First Nations children by underfunding child welfare services on First Nations. The tribunal ordered Ottawa to immediately begin overhauling the system and increase funding for services. Since then, the tribunal has issued two compliance orders against Ottawa over the slow pace of its ordered change.Ottawa submitted its compliance report to the tribunal Monday.After the public release of a letter from Sen. Murray Sinclair, the former chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, calling on the government to comply with the human rights tribunal order and a vote on the NDP motion calling for the same scheduled for Tuesday, Bennett announced Ottawa would be entering into talks overseen by the commission.Bennett also announced on Twitter, after Sinclair’s letter surfaced, that the Liberal government would be voting for the NDP motion which also calls on Ottawa to immediately invest $155 million to make up the shortfall in funding for First Nation child welfare services.Blackstock said she hopes the talks with the human rights commission will lead to some results.“I want to see government officials there and political people who actually make decisions,” said Blackstock. “The folks we’ve been meeting at the bureaucratic level are not moving things at all.”Blackstock said she will wait to see how these new rounds of talks unfold, but the legal option is on the table, including applying for a contempt order against Ottawa.“The government is even willing to thwart the law to not comply with these orders,” said Blackstock.Bennett has said Ottawa is working to overhaul the system and has launched a round of consultations, with a newly appointed ministerial representative, to gather information from the provinces and child advocates on how to best improve First Nation child welfare.Blackstock said the department cannot change the system for the better. It should instead provide “equitable” and “flexible” funding to child welfare agencies in communities and allow them to improve the system from the “grassroots.”Blackstock also said she has dampened attempts to draft her into the NDP leadership race. Blackstock said she has no intention or desire to enter partisan email@example.com@JorgeBarrera
According to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), over 6,000 Colombian asylum applications were received in the first half of 2001 in Europe and North America – more than twice the number received over the same period last year. “In these regions combined, Colombians now represent the twelfth largest nationality requesting asylum, up from a ranking of 21 for the first six months of 2000,” agency spokeswoman Millicent Mutuli told reporters in Geneva.Regionally, Costa Rica has seen a sharp increase in Colombian asylum applications this year, with over 2,500 new arrivals registered from January through June, compared to just over 300 during the same period in 2000. “The trend has continued in July and the first half of August, with a record high of over 1,000 new Colombian arrivals in less than six weeks,” Ms. Mutuli said.In response, UNHCR has dispatched a refugee status determination team to Costa Rica to help the Government deal with the growing backlog of asylum claims. The team is interviewing asylum seekers, reviewing pending cases, and providing advice, training and equipment to the Government. A similar UNHCR team has been working with the Government of Ecuador, which has received over 1,800 requests for asylum from Colombians so far this year, compared to less than 30 such requests in the first six months of 2000. Ms. Mutuli indicated that the problem might be more widespread than it appears. “The number of Colombians seeking asylum in the region and further abroad likely represents only a small percentage of those Colombians currently outside their country, many of whom may not have asked for asylum,” she said, adding, “hundreds of thousands have been displaced within Colombia itself.”Meanwhile, the UN Information Centre in Colombia today reported that Lars Franklin, who was serving as UN Resident Coordinator in the country, died of natural causes. A national of Sweden, Mr. Franklin was a career diplomat who worked for the UN for the last seven years, first in Guatemala and, since May 2001, in Colombia.
OSU then-sophomore Taylor White (21) during a game against Penn State on April 6 at Buckeye Field. Credit: Lantern file photoThe Ohio State softball team split a four-game weekend (7-5) at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic in Cathedral City, California, winning games against St. John’s and LIU Brooklyn, but falling to No. 7 Washington and No. 21 California.The Buckeyes opened the weekend with a Friday matchup against No. 7 Washington and fell 11-4, despite keeping the score close for most of the game. The Huskies took the first lead, scoring one run in the top of the third, but OSU bounced back immediately as sophomore second baseman Emily Clark hit a three-run home run in the bottom of the third to give the Buckeyes a 3-1 lead. Washington scored twice in the fifth inning to knot it up at three. The Huskies took over in the seventh, scoring seven runs. The Buckeyes were only able to counter with a home run from senior third baseman Anna Kirk in the bottom of the inning.OSU responded from the loss with two wins on Saturday. The Buckeyes topped St. John’s 3-1, thanks to a career-high eight strikeouts from senior pitcher Lena Springer, as well as two home runs from junior center fielder Taylor White and one from sophomore shortstop Lilli Piper. In the second game of the Saturday double-header, OSU downed LIU Brooklyn 5-0, thanks to a complete-game shutout from senior pitcher Shelby Hursh and RBIs from Piper, Clark and junior first baseman Ashley Goodwin.On Sunday, the Buckeyes lost a 5-4 heartbreaker to No. 21 California on a walk-off hit. OSU got on the board first in the top of the third from an RBI single from Piper, but California responded with two runs in the bottom of the inning. The Buckeyes retook the lead 4-2, in the fifth, thanks to a two-run home run from Piper and an RBI from Goodwin. The Golden Bears tied the game in the bottom of the fifth and won the game in the seventh, with a walk-off single from senior outfielder Khala Taylor.The Buckeyes head to Orlando, Florida, this weekend for the four-game Central Florida Tournament where they’ll face Georgia, Central Florida, Delaware State and Mercer.
Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, January 15, 2018 – Nassau – Timothy Smith, 24, in his first year in real estate earned honours as rookie sales associate of the year at Better Homes and Gardens MCR Group, one of The Bahamas’ leading real estate firms with offices or representatives in Nassau and on several Family Islands.Smith did it, he said, by putting in days that began before sunrise starting with e-mails and researching the market and lasted long into the night attending functions and making connections. Smith credits much of his success to the mentorship of one of the most successful brokers in Bahamian real estate, Mario Carey, president and founder of Better Homes and Garden MCR Group Real Estate.“Mario took me under his wing. He has been great,” said Smith. “He really wants to see your career grow and he shares the stuff he did as an up and coming young realtor. He also shows you how to get out of your comfort zone when you need to if you want to be successful.”Smith had another advantage. He grew up in a family of real estate developers and was on site to witness the buildings go up and deals closed.“In an age when everyone relies more and more on doing business online, Tim has an advantage in being able to work social media and get those likes translated into sales. He doesn’t slumber on his laurels but gets out there and networks the old-fashioned way, letting people know he is in real estate and if they ever have a need, he’d be very pleased to assist them,” said Carey. “It works.”Carey described Smith as a disciplined and dedicated, fast learner.“It has been a pleasure to see Tim grow and develop an amazing amount of understanding of the market along with self-confidence this past year. Tim is a very likeable person which works in his favour with clients as well as within the office. Everyone likes him and likes being around him.”“It’s all about hard work and the willingness to do it,” notes Smith. “Real estate isn’t easy. There are more than 700 agents and brokers. A major key is differentiating yourself from the others and determining how the service you provide is different. There is only so much property and there are serious shortages in key areas like housing for millennials.”Smith believes the importance of millennials as investors and in national development is under-rated. He is the same young entrepreneur who was widely quoted from a non-partisan stance saying he believed millennials, many of whom were voting for the first time, made the difference in the May election in The Bahamas and he hoped younger people would be appointed to boards and recognized as significant contributors to national development.“The greatest shortage we have in housing right now is for people like me, those between 24 or 25 and up to 34 who are working hard whether in a trade or a profession and do not want to rent. They want to own and until they can afford to do that many continue to live at home,” said the winning young agent. “It is an under-tapped market with incredible potential for developers to create offerings, at a starter range with amenities and activities in a community, designed for millennials. It would also help to stop the brain drain because one of the reasons Bahamians say they don’t come home after college is they cannot afford the housing and they would have to move back in with family.”Which is exactly what Smith is doing while he – young and successful in two fields – continues to live out his dream of conducting business.3Release: DPA News
WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Wednesday, March 6, 2019:Police issued a citation for failure to stop for a school bus on Woburn Street. (6:31am)A 2-vehicle crash took place at Clark Street and Middlesex Avenue. One driver was cited for a red light violation and stop sign violation. (2:01pm)State Police and Fire Department responded to 2-vehicle crash with injuries between the on and off ramp at 93 North, Exit 41. (4:28pm)A Butters Row resident reported stolen jewelry from her residence. (5:24pm)A caller stated a white male in his 50’s tried to start a fist fight with him and the cashier at Cumberland Farm. Police responded, but individual in question had already left the scene. (7:10pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for August 18: 2 Vehicles With Same License Plate; Statue Missing From Wildwood CemeteryIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 12: 2 Drivers Issued Summonses; Drone FoundIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 20: Wilmington Man Arrested; Car vs. Tree; Concession Stand VandalizedIn “Police Log”
Automation will displace 10 percent of incremental jobs while half of mid-level managers would also be affected, TV Mohandas Pai, the former Infosys HR head, said.”I think in the IT sector, may be 10 per cent minimum of incremental jobs that are created will disappear. That means every year if they do (create) 2 to 2.5 lakh jobs, 25,000-50,000 jobs will disappear,” he told PTI.Pai, who worked at Infosys from 1994 to 2011 first as HR Director and later as the Chief Financial Officer, was appointed one of the directors at the National Stock Exchange board in July. According to Pai, 2.25 lakh out of the 4.5 lakh middle-level managers â€” or 50 percent of the total middle-level management workforce â€” will also lose their jobs over the next 10 years to changing internal processes in IT companies. Total middle-level employees (4.5 lakh) constitute 10 percent of the 45 lakh IT workers in the country.IT hiring in future will depend on more technical knowledge and specialised skills, which will reduce chances for graduates (B.Tech holders), Pai said, advising aspirants to complete post graduation. There would be 10-15 percent increase in demand for people with master’s degree, as entry level jobs would get slashed by 10-15 percent each year.”People who have got skills in artificial intelligence, machine learning and new coding languages like Python, Android and those in mobile area would do very well in the next five years,” he said.Earlier this year, Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka also warned that low-level jobs like IT administration, infrastructure management or business processing-related operations would become redundant because of automation and disruptive technologies like artificial intelligence.The CEO had also said changes in the IT industry will not shrink hiring in absolute numbers but may impact in percentage terms, NDTV reported. Infosys’ net addition had increased by 78 percent sequentially for the June 2016 quarter though the company also posted 21 percent attrition.Meanwhile, Nasscom President N. Chandrashekhar revealed a gloomy outlook for hiring in the sector for the 2016-17 financial year.”Hiring activity in the year before last was 2.20 lakh (new jobs were created in IT sector). Last year, (FY 2015-16) there were about two lakh additions. This financial year, we are expecting it to be on the lower side of that,” Chandrashekhar said.
Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. September 9, 2014 This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. 6 min read When DreamWorks screened an early version of its 2001 film Shrek for test audiences, the female lead, Princess Fiona, made children scream in fear. It wasn’t because the animated character turned out to be an ogre but because she looked too much like a real person. The studio’s animators, in a fight to keep up with Pixar, had created the most realistic human characters ever before seen — in fact, they were too real for human comfort. This phenomenon is known as the “uncanny valley,” the point at which a leap forward in technology outpaces a human’s ability to cope. Today, entrepreneurs who market their services online are confronting their own version of this. The idea of their data being analyzed, targeted, retargeted and marketed to based on contextual data can make consumers squeamish or even angry, unless marketers handle the situation with care. (According to the Harvard Business Review’s website, contextual marketers might be considered those using “the power and reach of the internet to deliver tailored messages and information to customers at the point of need.”) As commercial real estate and other late adopter industries launch into their first-ever contextual marketing programs, smart marketers recognize that approaching data science like a kid in a candy store is not the most effective way to win over audiences. So here’s a few lessons from other industry leaders’ hard-won wisdom to define three basic principles that will help businesses better make use of big data:Related: Customers Are Still Slow to Adopt Innovative New Tech. Why the Lag?1. Be radically open about the data collected and how it’s used.At the core, what makes people squeamish about data science isn’t a fear of the technology itself, but a fear of what humans will do with it. On the corporate side, Facebook, which is not known for being an open platform, has developed such a reputation for privacy violations that the launch of its Messenger app was met with a huge wave of revulsion, even though the permissions being requested were really pretty standard. A University of Vienna study showed that half the users who have left Facebook have done so because of privacy concerns. Radical openness about the data being collected is not just an ethical choice. It’s smart marketing. If companies aren’t proactive — radically open — about defining and communicating privacy priorities, they leave the door wide open for a reporter or misinformed user to shape the company’s privacy narrative. And when that narrative includes allegations of hidden secrets or deceit, it immediately destroys user confidence in the company. Related: 10 Questions to Ask When Collecting Customer Data2. It’s possible to do more when users share the data themselves. Imagine a woman showing up for a blind date and learning that the person she’s going to meet has already ordered her favorite dish and asked the band to play her five favorite songs. Theoretically, the date is providing a perfectly targeted experience, but if she didn’t give the person any of this info, she’s not going to react favorably.When a company frames its messages around specific info that customers didn’t knowingly provide, it can be just as off-putting. Contrast that with Foursquare, whose new app openly asks users to select their likes and interests (examples: artichoke pizza, great deals, mellow jazz), so the app can serve up location-based recommendations. Suddenly, users are experiencing great contextual messaging while still feeling in control of their data, and the uncanny valley is avoided.Netflix has also used user-reported preferences to great success for years. Songza.com pushes this boundary even further. Songza asks users for highly personal details such as their mood in order to serve up playlist options. Facebook, by contrast, this summer found itself facing an Federal Trade Commission complaint after a revelation that the company was altering users’ newsfeeds as a social experiment with emotions. Users were not involved with the data collection process. Plus they didn’t even know it was happening and this created a storm of anger toward Facebook. Related: Why Big Data Is Your Key to Beefing Up Customer Engagement3. Resistance to data sharing may soon erode. In Japan, where realistic androids have been part of the culture for many years, the visual uncanny valley has diminished considerably. Robots are used for everything from modeling clothing to caring for the elderly, and consumers have generally come to accept them.In the United States a similar erosion of resistance will take place as people begin to experience real benefits from contextual marketing and data science. In other words, the more U.S. companies use their data to create valuable solutions for everyday life, the more people will accept it. Consumers today might experience a gut-level cringe at the idea of an artificial intelligence that can recognize and analyze their Instagram photos, but companies like Google and thought leaders like Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk are investing heavily in it, making huge bets that people will accept it someday. So it’s important that U.S. companies don’t stop researching or innovating based on the limits of society’s comfort levels at any given point. They just need to be extremely sensitive about what technologies used, how and when. Looking at these three principles, it becomes clear that navigating data’s uncanny valley is about thinking like a scientist, a good citizen and a marketer at the same time — finding the intersection between what’s possible, what’s ethical and what’s effective. Just as it isn’t smart to hit consumers with every new data technology available, it also isn’t smart to hide capabilities or refrain from dreaming them up in the first place. Related: Market Research Has Lost Its Mojo. But Here’s How It Can Get It Back. Enroll Now for Free
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TORONTO — For the first time in its seven-year history, the poster for the Toronto Black Film Festival features a woman.But you can’t see her face. Instead, her back is to the camera and only her head and bare shoulders are visible.“That’s symbolic of how black women are invisible when they face problems of trauma and everything else,” said Fabienne Colas, the festival’s founder and president.“That’s a marginalized group still today.”Colas said women are “front and centre” of this year’s festival, which runs Feb. 13-18, during Black History Month.The lineup unveiled Wednesday has a variety of female-focused stories, including Daryne Joshua’s “Ellen: The Ellen Pakkies Story,” which will open the festival with a look at a mother’s troubled relationship with her drug-addled son in South Africa.Closing the festival is “Dead Women Walking” by Hagar Ben-Asher, about a group of female inmates on death row.Guests include Tarana Burke, a women’s rights advocate and founder of the #MeToo movement against rape and sexual harassment, who will speak at a Q-and-A and receive the festival’s first-ever Social Impact Award.Colas, who will moderate the Q-and-A on Feb. 16, said she wants to talk about how #MeToo is empowering certain segments of the population and not others.“Why is it that black women are not believed as much as their white counterparts? Why is it that black women are fearful of coming out and saying what happened to them?” said Colas, who also founded the Montreal International Black Film Festival and the Festival Haiti en Folie in Montreal and New York City.“In the multicultural communities, you will see that there are not a lot of people coming out that are visible minorities, because it’s very taboo in our communities. It’s something that you don’t talk about.”A total of 70 films from 26 countries are in the lineup for the festival, which runs in several venues around the city and has a section for children and a food station featuring cuisine from across Africa and the Caribbean.The festival comes at “amazing” time for onscreen diversity, said Colas.She pointed to the smash success of “Black Panther,” which became the first superhero film to earn an Oscar nomination for best picture on Tuesday. Its seven Oscar nominations also included one for production designer Hannah Beachler, who became the first African-American nominee in that category.Then there’s “BlacKkKlansman,” which got six Oscar nods, including best picture and best directing for Spike Lee — his first such nomination.And “If Beale Street Could Talk” is up for three Oscars, including best screenplay for Barry Jenkins.“Can you believe a few years ago we were not there — we were not there! — and that’s why we had #OscarsSoWhite,” Colas said, referring to a movement started by activist April Reign in 2015.“We’re happy because a few years ago, we were complaining and we started this movement all together and look at what it did.”But there’s more work to be done, Colas added, stressing a need for more visible minorities in positions behind the camera as well, like producing and directing.Colas said she’d like to see “every level of government” take action faster to foster diversity and reach a point where cinema reflects society’s demographic reality.“We need to constantly be watching out, be constantly making sure that things are going in the right way, because nothing should be taken for granted,” Colas said.“However, I believe since ‘Black Panther’ especially, the perception of what a black film is has changed worldwide.’”Online:Home Victoria Ahearn, The Canadian Press by Victoria Ahearn, The Canadian Press Posted Jan 23, 2019 12:11 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Toronto Black Film Festival to feature #MeToo’s Tarana Burke and women’s stories
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