Rabat – Middle East Newsline has issued a new report which confirms a split between the military and intelligence services in Algeria.According to daily Al Massaa newspaper, MENL’s report said that there has been tension between the intelligence agency and ranking military figures.The internal conflict has intensified lately with president’s absence due to illness. According to the same source, the split comes two months before the presidential elections that may lead Abdelazize Boutaflika to his fourth term.The report notes that this is the first time when the clash has been made public.The U.S. and France have already called on Algeria to conduct a cleansing operation in its intelligence agency, after the French secret service accused the Algerian Security Intelligence Services of kidnapping Europeans.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed
Dean Johnson, president of Sodexo Canada, and Jack Lightstone unveil the new name of the marché-style eatery.The Niagara Market and its marché-style eatery opened earlier this year, and the Brock community has responded in droves.And on Sept. 1, about 250 faculty and staff gathered in the spacious culinary hall when university and Sodexo officials formally declared the facility open.Since the Market began operating in May, about 218 rotisserie chickens have been sold each day. Following the Market’s local mandate, those chickens have been from Niagara.About 920 people go through the Market every hour. Each day, about $1,200 worth of fresh produce is available with an emphasis on produce from farms within a 100-mile radius.These figures were given by Sodexo Canada president Dean Johnson at Wednesday’s official opening, where it was also announced that the marché will be named the Guernsey Market, for the birthplace of Sir Isaac Brock.The Market has been a success for everyone involved, Johnson said.“We are thrilled that the marketplace is already living up to expectations, both for Brock and for ourselves,” Johnson said.The Market opened in May 2010 after about a year of construction. Its seating area is 12,000 square feet, while the marché is 5,000 square feet. The project cost about $9 million.In addition to serving Brock’s faculty, staff and students, the Market is also open to the public, and will be open before Centre for the Arts performances. President Jack Lightstone said he thinks of it as an asset to Niagara as well, both as a dining area and as a way to support local producers.Starting in September, the Market is open seven days a week, said Tom Arkell, director of Community and Ancillary Services.Lightstone also praised staff for their work.“We depend on you to make Brock what it is,” he said. “It’s you who drives Brock’s mission.”Vicky Mitchell, Sodexo grill cook, serves mojo shrimp at the official opening of the Market.
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. A pensioner went on a vicious “stabbing spree” outside a supermarket, injuring four innocent women, a court has been told.They were picked at random by Ethem Orhon, who wanted to “get revenge on police for what he perceived as their mistreatment of him”, prosecutor Jonathan Polnay told Kingston Crown Court.Orhon, 67, of Hampton, west London, has pleaded not guilty to two counts of attempted murder and two of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm. Police forensics at Sainsbury’sCredit:Nick Edwards The women – Suzanna Brand, 53, Janet Morsey, 63, Jean Sullivan, 68, and Charandasi Chandiramani, 71 – suffered “serious and appalling injuries” in or near the Sainsbury’s car park in Hampton, west London, on May 20.The “true bravery” of two schoolboys – who distracted Orhon, warned others that he was armed and dangerous, called police and stayed on the telephone with the 999 operator during the rampage – potentially stopped further bloodshed, the jury was told.Speaking of the boys, who cannot be named for legal reasons, Mr Polnay said: “Without their help it may be that more people would have been injured by this man.”Holding up a knife with a 4in blade, Mr Polnay told the jury that Orhon “plunged this knife at least 20 times into four innocent members of the public who had been doing their shopping”.
@JakubKrupa @BBCNews Pity he can only do it once an hour though…— James (@GiNgEr_JaMeS) December 13, 2016 Earlier this year, an Irish weather presenter pulled off a bizarre Halloween trick to stun viewers. Here’s the shocking moment a presenter was impaled by a nail in a failed magic trick on live TV. So this guy at Leicester Square is dancing to @BBCNews’s news bulletin jingle… pic.twitter.com/Tp4J6LvlYB— Jakub Krupa (@JakubKrupa) December 13, 2016 “So this guy at Leicester Square is dancing to @BBCNews’s news bulletin jingle…” he tweeted.Social media users have been impressed with the dancing man’s unusual choice of song in the clip which has been shared and liked by thousands online.Radio 1 DJ Greg James tweeted: “My spirit animal.”While BBC Presenter Huw Edwards simply tweeted in response: “Pass.”Another joked: “You should see his routine for the long-range shipping forecast!”Here’s how Twitter reacted @JakubKrupa @BBCNews Pass.— Huw Edwards (@huwbbc) December 13, 2016 A street performer went viral after offering an alternative take on the BBC News opening title sequence with a brilliant dance.The BBC News team must have seen it – as people watching the channel on Friday afternoon saw an unusual sight during the program.As the music played, the man popped out and started dancing to the theme tune while the anchors looked on delightedly. @RobertCorp @scottreid1980 @JakubKrupa Good luck. I’m sure some of them will pile in.— Huw Edwards (@huwbbc) December 13, 2016 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. @scottreid1980 @JakubKrupa It’s a steep climb, I have to be honest.— Huw Edwards (@huwbbc) December 13, 2016 @JakubKrupa @BBCNews he loves news— Peter Ian Staker (@TastyAcorn) December 13, 2016 Journalist Jakub Krupa, a UK correspondent for the Polish Press Agency, captured the unusual street performance in Leicester Square, London, on December 13.
One of the useful new features coming along with the PS4 is the ability to play downloaded games before they’ve actually finished downloading. That’s handy, especially if you are on a slower connection and a game is 10GB or more. But it turns out Sony is offering an extra layer of choice when it comes to choosing what part of a game to download.Sony has just released a new PS4 interface demonstration video. At one point in the video the gamer we are watching gets a voice chat message from his friend asking him to help out in a game of Killzone. So a Killzone purchase and download is initiated. That’s when a new option appears allowing you to download either the multiplayer or single-player mode of the game first.That’s a clever feature to add, and should allow gamers to jump into an in-progress multiplayer game that much quicker. At the same time, it should free up your line more quickly because you aren’t downloading the single-player data in the background while you play online. That can be downloaded later on.The video also demonstrates that the PS4 interface is a departure from the XMB menu we currently use on PS3. There’s also a big emphasis put on the sharing capabilities of the console, although I’m hoping on the evidence of the video it stays out of your way if you want to focus on your own game completely.
By Associated Press Wednesday 5 Apr 2017, 7:45 AM Image: AP/PA Images 13,925 Views Share Tweet Email1 http://jrnl.ie/3324602 Image: AP/PA Images BILL O’REILLY’S TOP-RATED Fox News show may be starting to feel a financial sting after allegations that he sexually harassed several women.A dozen major advertisers, ranging from automakers Hyundai and BMW, to financial firm T. Rowe Price, insurer Allstate and drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline, have pulled their ads from ‘The O’Reilly Factor’.The moves come after a weekend report in The New York Times that O’Reilly and his employer paid five women $13 million to settle harassment or other allegations of inappropriate conduct by Fox’s star.O’Reilly is Fox News’ top revenue producer, according to research firm Kantar Media, bringing in over $178 million in ad dollars in 2015 and $118.6 million in the first nine months of 2016.Fox News itself makes up one-fifth of parent company 21st Century Fox’s profit, according to estimates from Anthony DiClemete, a media analyst with the Nomura investment bank.The advertiser boycotts, however, are likely manageable for Fox, said Pivotal Research Group analyst Brian Wieser in a note.Wieser noted some advertisers had already decided to stay away following the sexual harassment scandals of the network’s departed head, Roger Ailes, and newly concerned companies will wind up on other Fox News programmes.Even if O’Reilly were forced to leave the network if the scandal broadened, the channel’s brand is bigger than its hosts, he said.The other companies pulling ads yesterday were automaker Mitsubishi, personal finance site Credit Karma, drugmaker Sanofi, pet food company Ainsworth, men’s shirt seller Untuckit, and online marketing firm Constant Contact.They joined Mercedes Benz, which said on Monday it was backing away from O’Reilly’s show.Temporary hold Hyundai said it currently has no ads on ‘The O’Reilly Factor’, but it pulled spots on future episodes. The automaker said it wants to partner with companies and programming that share its values of inclusion and diversity.BMW said it suspended advertising on the show due to the recent allegations, as did T. Rowe Price, Sanofi, Ainsworth and Constant Contact. Allstate said support for women is a company value and it had also suspended advertising on the show.GlaxoSmithKline said it had “temporarily put a hold” on ads on O’Reilly’s show while it reviews the situation.A Mercedes-Benz spokesman said on Monday night that the company had pulled ads from O’Reilly’s show and reassigned them to other Fox News shows. Sanofi and Untuckit have the same plan. BMW said it wasn’t sure where it would place its ads instead.In a statement, Fox News said that advertisers who pulled their ads would be directed to the network’s other programmes.Read: Trump’s secretary of state says US has ‘no comment’ after North Korea launches missile >Explainer: What’s going on with Gibraltar and why are tempers flaring about it? > 19 Comments Major companies pull ads from Bill O’Reilly’s show over sexual harassment claims Fox News said that advertisers who pulled their ads would be directed to the network’s other programmes. Short URL Apr 5th 2017, 7:45 AM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Apr 11th 2019, 1:24 PM Seized vehicles. Image: Garda Press Office Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 17 Comments Thursday 11 Apr 2019, 1:24 PM Image: Garda Press Office Today’s search operation is a significant development in the CAB investigation and will be seen as a major upset to the network used by this Organised Crime Gang to launder the proceeds of their drug dealing activities.In a separate operation, CAB seized two vehicles in Limerick on foot of an order obtained before the High Court under Section 2 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 1996.The vehicles, a 191 registration Audi and a 182 registration Ford were identified as proceeds of crime as part of a Criminal Assets Bureau investigation. CAB carries out raids on homes and solicitor’s office in operation targeting international drug crime Five homes and a solicitor’s office were searched during the operation. 25,489 Views Seized vehicles. Short URL THE CRIMINAL ASSETS Bureau (CAB) along with a number of other garda units conducted a search operation today targeting the assets and activities of an international organised crime gang involved in the sale and supply of controlled drugs.Gardaí carried out six searches in Dublin, Meath and Waterford. Five homes and a solicitor’s office were searched during the operation. A garda spokesman said that documentation in relation to the ownership of assets, financial documentation, mobile phones and electronic storage devices were seized a by bureau officers.He added: “The CAB investigation centres on an International Organised Crime Gang involved in the sale and supply of controlled drug No arrests were made https://jrnl.ie/4587525 Share41 Tweet Email By Garreth MacNamee
Jenny Bloomfield, Australia’s ambassador to Greece, welcomed Prime Minister Antonis Samaras as guest of honour to a lunch at her residence last week, along with heads of missions of the G20 countries based in the Greek capital.The lunch – to mark Australia’s presidency of the G20 and the first ministerial meeting of the G20 in Sydney last weekend, and Greece’s presidency of the Council of the European Union – provided a timely opportunity for Ambassador Bloomfield to outline Australia’s priorities for its presidency of the world’s most powerful inter-governmental body, and for Mr Samaras to report on Greece’s progress in relation to its own economic reform program.During the working lunch, Ambassador Bloomfield outlined the Australian government’s G20 agenda: a focus on practical measures to drive stronger, sustainable and balanced economic growth and to strengthen the resilience of the global economy. Mrs Bloomfield went on to underline Australia’s credentials to urge such action – noting Australia’s strong economic performance and record of reform over many years. The ambassador added that the respectively held presidencies provided a unique opportunity for Greece and Australia to cooperate on the world stage to realise shared goals.After congratulating Australia on its G20 presidency, Mr Samaras echoed the point – noting the commonality of objectives facing Greece and Australia at the national, EU and global level. The PM briefed the ambassadorial gathering on Greece’s reform program that has seen painful changes to the labour market, pensions, the health system and tax administration. Since 2009 Greece’s primary fiscal deficit has been reduced by more than 10 per cent of GDP and is on track to meet required targets. Meanwhile Greece’s current account deficit – that stood at almost 15 per cent of GDP in 2008 – is reported by the Greek Ministry of Finance this month to have gone into surplus.At the G20 ministerial meeting in Sydney last weekend, finance ministers and central bank governors committed to implement policies to grow collective GDP by more than 2 per cent above the current trajectory over the next five years in order to ramp up global economic activity and job creation. As a first step to achieving this target, each country will deliver a growth strategy at the Brisbane G20 Leaders’ Summit in November, with concrete actions required to boost investment, trade, competition and employment, as well as macroeconomic stability.Greece’s presidency of the EU began in January and will conclude in June. Likely to be uppermost on the EU’s agenda in 2014 is employment growth and the establishment of a European banking union. A further priority will be to review immigration and border policies in order to reflect the needs of member states – like Greece – who have experienced an influx of illegal immigrants set on making new lives in Europe. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Stay on target The medical technology market—one of the fastest growing in the field—is forecast to exceed $500 billion in sales by 2021.So it’s no wonder scientists, including those at Swansea University’s Institute of Life Science (ILS), are turning their focus to health tech.Researchers developed what BBC News called “smart bandages,” which can detect how a wound is healing and communicate with doctors. The 5G-powered dressing also monitors what treatment is needed and tracks the wearer’s activity levels.This project is part of the recent £1.3 billion ($1.6 billion) Swansea Bay City deal, which aims to turn the Welsh city into a 5G test hub.The next-gen cellular network, which boasts higher speed and capacity and lower latency than existing platforms, is expected for large-scale deployment in 2019. Leaving scientists more than a year to test their intelligent gauze.“5G is an opportunity to produce resilient, robust bandwidth that is always there for the purpose of healthcare,” ILS Chairman Marc Clement told the BBC.The smart bandage, loaded with tiny nanotechnology sensors, would connect to a 5G infrastructure through your phone, providing doctors with details like current location and activity levels.“You combine all of that intelligence so the clinician knows the performance of the specific wound at any specific time and can then tailor the treatment protocol to the individual and wound in question,” Swansea professor Clement said.Nanotechnology experts will develop the embedded sensors, while ILS plans to 3D print bandages on the cheap. Trials could begin within the next 12 months and will be conducted through Arch (A Regional Collaboration for Health) in Wales.“What the future holds is a world where there’s the ability to vary the treatment to the individual, the lifestyle, and the pattern of life,” Clement said. “All of the evidence is there before them in this 5G world, so the clinician and patient can work together to address the challenge.” Watch: Dolphin Leaps Feet Away From Unsuspecting SurferNASA Says 2 Asteroids Will Safely Fly By Earth This Weekend
MondayPort of Camas-Washougal Board of Commissioners, 24 South A St., Washougal.4 p.m., executive session: property disposition5 p.m., regular meeting: agenda: site development agreement, declaration of emergency/Kemira Rail Spur.Vancouver City Council, City Hall council chambers, 415 W. Sixth St., Vancouver.4 p.m., workshops: agenda includes an update on the Interstate 5 Bridge and on the Operations Center project.7 p.m., regular meeting: agenda includes approval of consent agenda and public hearings on an amendment to the waterfront development agreement and the city’s Shoreline Master Program.Camas City Council, City Hall, 616 N.E. Fourth Ave., Camas.4:30 p.m., workshop: Commission on Aging annual report, second quarter financial review, 2019-2024 general fund forecast, solid waste operations update, Parker’s Landing and Wastewater Treatment Plant test well development, water and sewer system development charge, National League of Cities service line warranty program.7 p.m., regular meeting: Mayor’s Volunteer Spirit Award.Battle Ground City Council, City Hall, 109 S.W. First St., Battle Ground.6 p.m., study session: Discovery Clean Water Alliance capital plan.7 p.m., regular meeting: Clark Regional Wastewater District general sewer plan, second quarter financial review, East Parkway island annexation.Woodland City Council, Council Chambers, 200 E. Scott Ave., Woodland.7 p.m., regular meeting: city action upon accumulation of garbage, adopt 2018 budget amendments, marijuana cooperative moratorium.TuesdayClark Regional Wastewater District Board of Commissioners, board meeting room, 8000 N.E. 52nd Court, Vancouver.
According to Smirnoff, Maxwell, who joined the magazine in June, had issued company checks to herself by forging the name of a former employee. “The majority of checks were deposited in December and January, but we see the activity started as far back as September,” says Smirnoff. Wittenburg confronted Maxwell after a number of company checks that were made out to Maxwell but were returned due to insufficient funds.The magazine staff is working with authorities to determine the full extent of the alleged theft. “We know there’s about $30,000 gone from the forged checks but we don’t know yet what else might have been taken,” Smirnoff says. “When you suddenly find yourself dealing with an embezzler, you have to double check everything as far as the finances go. You can’t trust anything.”Maxwell, who reportedly faces up to 30 years in jail, was released Tuesday on bond and is set for a pretrial hearing March 13. The University of Central Arkansas Police Department did not immediately return requests for comment.Smirnoff founded the Oxford American literary magazine in 1992 in Oxford, Mississippi. It folded in 2002, but was relaunched soon after in Little Rock, Arkansas. The magazine folded again a year later but was re-established more than three years ago as a non-profit on the university campus.It’s still too early to know exactly what financial repercussions the magazine will experience as result of the alleged crime and whether or not the magazine will need to lay off any of its employees, Smirnoff says. “This is going to be a footnote in our history. We’re not going to let this incident define us.”Maxwell could not be reached for comment. The former operations manager of the Oxford American literary magazine is facing jail time after being arrested for allegedly embezzling at least $30,000 from the Arkansas-based non-profit publication.“This is a hurtful kick we sustained,” founder and editor Marc Smirnoff tells FOLIO:. Oxford American is located on the University of Central Arkansas campus. “We’re a poor non-profit. Losing $5 hurts. She essentially emptied our bank account, so we have to rebuild from scratch.”The former employee, Renae Maxwell, who is 41, was arrested by university police last week. Maxwell had attempted to flee, Smirnoff says, following a confrontation with magazine publisher Ray Wittenburg.
$44 Tags Everything we’ve seen at CES 2019 (so far) 9 home security systems you can install yourself Best home security devices 9 Photos 1 See It Preview • MyFox wants to help you keep burglars on the outside How to buy the right security camera for you Now playing: Watch this: 4:11 CES 2019: See all of CNET’s coverage of the year’s biggest tech show. CES schedule: It’s six days of jam-packed events. Here’s what to expect. The Arlo Siren can be used outside and runs on batteries. Use the Arlo Remote to arm and disarm the system and more.The system works with the Arlo SmartHub, a required component of the battery-powered Arlo cameras.The Arlo Security System will be available later in 2019.Arlo announced a “Works with Arlo” program, too, due out in the second half of 2019. Like Works with Nest, Works with Arlo is supposed to make it easier to connect Arlo devices with smart home products from other manufacturers. The Arlo SmartHub is supposed to enable these connections. Smart locks, lights and other devices are slated for compatibility from companies like Bose, Danalock, Jasco, Leviton, LIFX, Philips Hue, Schlage, Sonos and Yale. Arlo also announced that its $400 Ulta 4K wire-free security camera will be available for purchase later in January. The Ultra and Arlo Pro 2 cameras will support Apple HomeKit as well. See it 9 home security systems to keep watch when you’re out Mentioned Above Myfox Home Alarm $44 Myfox Smart Home Security System Comment Review • Myfox review: High-priced security system is a major miss Walmart Share your voice Security Cameras Security Other cool stuff CNET may get a commission from retail offers. CES 2019 CNET Smart Home Arlo now has a security system. Arlo Arlo, maker of battery-powered outdoor cameras, has something totally new to share at CES 2019 — the Arlo Security System.Designed to work with Arlo cams, the Security System includes the Arlo Multi-Sensor, the Arlo Siren and the Arlo Remote. Arlo claims its Multi-Sensor is an “all-in-one” device that detects motion, doors and windows opening and closing, smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, changes in temperature and water leaks. In theory, if it works, you wouldn’t need individual sensors on every door and window. Nest CES Products Philips Netgear
Today is Primary Election day. In addition to the regular polling locations, you can also vote today at the airport in six Alaska cities: Ted Stevens International in Anchorage, Fairbanks International, Juneau, Sitka, Ketchikan and Kodiak. Each airport location has ballots for all 40 of Alaska’s election districts. The polls are open until 8 p.m. tonight.Listen now
Swetha Vinod: FacebookRanveer Singh is currently busy with the works of his new movie ’83’ in which he will play the role of legendary Indian cricketer Kapil Dev. The recent news about the star is regarding his noble gesture that impressed Malayalam actress Swetha Vinod who is playing a pivotal role in the movie.Swetha Vinod known for her small yet significant characters in Mollywood films like ‘Mayanadhi’ and ‘Oru Cinemakkaran’ is playing the role of a young lady who has a crush on Krishnamachari Srikkanth in ’83’. The actress had five days of shoot in Glasgow, and from the first day of her shoot, she requested Ranveer Singh to pose for a picture with her. However, until the last day of her shoot, Ranveer did not get time as he was mostly in the attire of the character.However, on the final day of Swetha Vinod’s shot, Ranveer waited for her until the shot was over, and both of them shared some candid moments. Ranveer also posed with the actress, and thus Swetha’s longtime dream came true.”I had four days of shoot with him and all the while I kept telling him that I wanted a picture with him. He was always in costume and I was waiting for him to change so that I can click a selfie! We had shoot till 4:45 in the morning the last day! After the director said to pack up, he left to change the costume and I waited outside his room for him to return. One minute before he stepped out, the director called me again for one last take! And that moment I thought I missed the chance! I could see him leaving the room! By the time mine was done, everyone was waving and calling me! I ran fast downstairs and, superstar RANVEER SINGH was waiting for me because I told him a million times during the shoot that I wanna take a pic,” wrote Swetha Vinod on her Facebook page. Apart from Ranveer Singh, this sports drama directed by Kabir Khan also stars Deepika Padukone, Tahir Raj Bhasin, Saqib Saleem Qureshi, Hardy Sandhu, and Adinath Kothare in other prominent roles. Tamil star Jiiva is also playing a pivotal role in this movie. As per reports, Jiiva is playing the role of Krishmachari Srikkanth in this movie.
Satkhira police on Tuesday recovered the body of a transport employee from a jute field in Jhaudanga of Sadar upazila.The deceased was Alamgir Hossain Alam of Gobindakati village in the upazila. He was a supervisor of transport company Songram Paribahan.Sub-inspector of Sadar police station Tariqul Islam said the body which bore marks of injury and strangulation was sent to Sadar Hospital for autopsy.
Posted by << Previous PostNext Post >> Tags: Aeromexico, Funny, Mexico MEXICO CITY — AeroMexico has pulled off the ultimate mic drop with a hilarious new commercial that pokes fun at U.S.-Mexico relations.Filmed in Wharton, Texas, the airline asked several local residents if they’d ever consider travelling to Mexico for vacation.“No way,” said a woman named Betsy, while a cowboy hat-clad gentleman said, “Let me stay here in peace and let those folks stay on their side of the border.” Another man named Bill (as indicated by his monogrammed shirt) admitted he liked tequila and burritos, but Mexico? “No.”Faced with the challenge of increasing USA flights to Mexico when “a big part of Americans just don’t like Mexico”, the airline referred to Department of Homeland Security statistics that detail Mexican immigration in the south going back as far as the 1800s. This would mean that a huge percentage of Mexican descendants in the U.S. isn’t even aware of their Mexican roots.So what did AeroMexico do? They performed DNA tests to willing participants and turned the results into discounts.More news: Hotel charges Bollywood star $8.50 for two bananas and the Internet has thoughts“The more Mexican they are, the more discount they get,” it promised.Bill, who clocked in at 18% Mexican, suddenly wasn’t so dead-set against the idea of Mexico, even flaunting the fact that he scored ‘higher’ than his wife Charlotte, who was only 14.4% Mexican.Another man was told he was 22% Mexican and immediately responded, “That’s bull***t.” But after being offered a 22% discount to fly to his ancestral country, he inquired about the possibility of taking his wife, too.As for Betsy? Well, she didn’t fare so well, only registering 3% Mexican heritage. With only a minimal discount on offer, Betsy is seen examining her written results, shaking her head in disbelief.Where are those Mexican roots when you need ‘em now? Share Monday, January 21, 2019 AeroMexico dished out discounts to anti-Mexican Americans after proving they had Mexican DNA Travelweek Group
The doors of five new luxury boutique properties have opened in Regional NSW, upping the ante of accommodation options available across the state.1. Goonoo Goonoo Station, TamworthOn a working cattle station outside Tamworth, an impressive refurbishment of the 19th-century heritage-listed and pastoral village been turned into luxury accommodation. The 7 private cottages have been beautifully restored and capture the history of the station while still providing guests with all the luxuries they need: heated swimming pool, tennis court, guest lounge, luxurious beds and linen, Wi-Fi and even heated floors in the bathroom. Goonoo Goonoo Station also includes a purpose-built restaurant, focused on using local produce, coupled with floor-to-ceiling glass windows offering incredible views over the rolling hills and the distant Liverpool Range.2. Kimo Estate, GundagaiSet on a 2832-hectare working farm, Kimo Estate has built three luxury ‘eco-huts’ that sit proudly on the hills with 36- degree views over the Murrumbidgee River flats. The architecturally designed huts provide a quiet spot to refresh and features solar power, rain water, wood heater and a beautiful bathroom and gourmet breakfast. The property’s two 100-yea- old workers’ cottages have also been lovingly and stylishly refurbished to provide the perfect stay, with sweeping verandahs and luxurious touches. The renovated Shearers Quarters combines original features and modern touches to create a novel experience with a communal mess hall and wash house for an authentic rural feel.3. The Houston, Wagga WaggaA bespoke luxury guesthouse, The Houston offers stylish self-contained accommodation in the heart of Wagga Wagga in the beautifully refurbished historic 1868 Belmore House. Oozing style and history in a neo-gothic building, the 10 designer suites offer an ultra-luxe stay. The Houston is the latest from the team at Fox & Co Hotels, who have renovated and operated six hotels in regional NSW including Perry Street in Mudgee.4. Sierra Escape, MudgeeSierra Escape provides a new luxury glamping experience near Mudgee. A spacious and luxurious canvas safari-style tent, Sierra Escape offers private and magnificent views over rolling farmland and features a king-size bed, a floor-to-ceiling glass wall, free-standing deep bath, rain shower and a fireplace for those cool country nights. The tent is completely off-the-grid, yet still offers all the comforts of a luxury hotel and is within easy driving distance to many award-winning wineries and restaurants.5. Admiralty Apartments, Lord Howe IslandThe newest luxury accommodation on Lord Howe Island, Admiralty Apartments offer two stylish and private self-contained apartments with ocean views through a tropical palm forest. Adjacent to Ned’s Beach and surrounded by beautiful gardens, the apartments feature luxurious touches including plush king-sized bed, deep soaking bath and large private deck, all just a short 2-minute walk to the beach.
NEW YORK, N.Y. – Dwayne Johnson hopes to honour the amputee community by playing a former FBI agent with a prosthetic leg in the new action thriller “Skyscraper.”In the film, Johnson plays the security consultant of a Hong Kong skyscraper who must save his family and the city from harm when it becomes engulfed in flames. The problem is intensified when he’s framed for starting the blaze.“I was honoured to play an amputee, and to make sure that I did right by them,” Johnson said on the red carpet for the film’s US premiere Tuesday night. “The research was very extensive. I spent a lot of time with amputees.”One of those he consulted joined Johnson at the premiere: Jeff Glasbrenner, a Paralympian who became the first American amputee to successfully climb Mount Everest in 2016. Johnson called him “an amazing man.”Of the film, he added: “There’s two sides to this. One is a big spectacle, big summer fun. The other side is making sure that we paid homage and respect to amputees around the world.”The film’s writer and director Rawson Marshall Thurber called it “incredibly important” to represent the amputee community.“There hasn’t been an amputee as the lead of an action film, ever, as far as I know. And I thought it was high time and I hope we’re not the last. I think Dwayne worked really, really hard to represent that community and honour that community. And I think he did a fantastic job,” Thurber said.___Follow John Carucci at http://www.twitter.com/jacarucci Actor Dwayne Johnson and mother Ata Johnson attend the “Skyscraper” premiere at AMC Loews Lincoln Square on Tuesday, July 10, 2018, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP) by John Carucci, The Associated Press Posted Jul 11, 2018 8:44 am PDT Last Updated Jul 11, 2018 at 5:00 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Dwayne Johnson honours amputee community with ‘Skyscraper’
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