first_img Facebook We are two episodes into the final season of Mary Kills People, and it is shaping up to be the most intense and emotional of the series. During a visit to the set earlier this year, I sat down with star Caroline Dhavernas to discuss the complicated threads in Season 3, and saying farewell to her groundbreaking character.There’s an interesting “circle of life” layer to this story with the revelation in the first episode that Mary is pregnant.Yes, this happening in Mary’s life is huge. Her choices have always had an impact on her family life, but more than ever now because she’ll be responsible for a vulnerable little being. Advertisement Jess also knows the truth about what her mother does. How does that affect her relationship with Mary, and is that knowledge a burden for Jess?She finally knows the truth and Jess says, it’s way better for her to know even though it’s difficult. It’s going to have an impact on Jess’ personal life in a way that we could never imagine.Joy’s is open and has become a family business, making Nicole a much larger part of the story. How has that changed the dynamic of the show overall?Nicole used to be Mary’s confidant, but now she’s part of Mary’s day-to-day, complicated life. She used to really want to join in and be there for Mary, but now the reality of it all is sinking in and it’s complicated. Twitter Login/Register With: Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisementlast_img read more

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Moroccans Protest in Al Hoceima Demanding Nasser Zefzafis Release

Rabat – On Sunday, April 7, inhabitants of the city of Al Hoceima, the main city of northern Morocco’s Rif region, took to the streets by the hundreds to demand the release of Nasser Zefzafi, the leader of the popular mass protests in 2016 and 2017 known as Hirak.Waving Amazigh (Berber) flags, protesters chanted slogans such as “Death instead of humiliation,” “The state is corrupt,” and “We want prisoners freed!”Incarcerated in the Casablanca Oukacha prison since May 2017, Nasser Zefzafi lost his appeal on April 5 at the Court of Appeals in Casablanca, which upheld his 20-year sentence. Read also: 25 European MPs Call on Morocco to Free Hirak PrisonersA Casablanca court found Hirak activists guilty on charges of “attacks on the internal and external security of the State, violence with premeditation,” and “disturbing the public order.”The court handed down sentences from 1 to 20 years for 54 Hirak activists in June 2018. Human rights organization Amnesty International deemed the guilty verdicts “unfair” and said they must be overturned.Three other prominent Hirak activists, including Ouassim El Boustati and Samir Ghid, like Zefzafi, received 20 years in prison. Hirak leaders like Zakaria Adehchour, Mohamed Haki, and Mohamed Bouhenouch received 15-year sentences.The journalist Hamid El Mahdaoui received a 3-year prison sentence on a charge related to national security threats. Human Rights Watch described the charges against Mehdaoui as “dubious.” The activists appealed the sentences, but Zefzafi refused to attend an appeal hearing in January 2019, claiming there was an “absence of the minimum requirements for a fair trial.” On April 3, 24 members of the European Parliament and an MP from the Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly addressed a letter to Morocco’s justice minister Mohamed Aujjar, calling on him to free Nasser Zefzafi and “all the prisoners of the popular movement of the Rif.”Read also: Dutch MPs Summon Moroccan Ambassador Over Hirak Appeal RulingThe letter also expressed concern for Zefzafi’s deteriorating health and the distance between the court in Casablanca and the prisoners’ families in Al Hoceima. Moroccans protested outside the court to decry the ruling and call for the immediate release of the Hirak activists. The Hirak protests broke out in October 2016 following the tragic death of a fishmonger, Mohcine Fikri, who was crushed in a garbage truck when he attempted to retrieve his confiscated merchandise. read more

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Citing action on terrorism Security Council lifts sanctions against the Sudan

In a resolution adopted by a vote of 14 in favour with the United States abstaining, the Council ended the measures, which were imposed in 1996 in an effort to compel the Sudan to extradite three suspects in connection with an assassination attempt against Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak the previous year.In imposing the sanctions by resolution 1070, the Council also demanded that the Sudan stop supporting terrorist activities and giving shelter to terrorists. UN Member States were asked to reduce the number of Sudanese diplomatic staff within their territory, to restrict the entry into – or transit through – their countries of Sudanese government and military officials, and to deny aircraft permission for Sudanese planes to take off from, land in, or fly over their territories. In today’s resolution, the Council noted that Egypt, as well as Ethiopia where the assassination attempt took place, both supported the lifting of the sanctions. It also welcomed the Sudan’s accession to the relevant international conventions for the elimination of terrorism, the ratification of the 1997 International Convention for the Suppression of Terrorist Bombings and the signing of the 1999 International Convention for the Suppression of Financing of Terrorism. Explaining his country’s decision to abstain in the vote, US Ambassador James Cunningham said the suspects in the assassination attempt had not been turned over to the appropriate authorities, but added that apparently “they are no longer in Sudan.”The US representative also lauded the Sudan’s recent actions, including the apprehension of “extremists within that country whose activities may have contributed to international terrorism.” Khartoum was also “engaged in serious discussions” with the US on ways to combat terrorism, he said. “We expect the Government of Sudan to demonstrate a full commitment to the fight against international terrorism by taking every step to expel terrorists and deny them safe haven.Following the meeting, Secretary-General Kofi Annan told the press it was important for the Council to lift sanctions, “sending the message that it can impose sanctions but it can also suspend and lift [them], if the conditions they sought to correct have been amended.” Evidence of the compliance, he said, was laid out in letters the UN had received from organizations and governments around the world, including the two countries directly affected, “who were keen for sanctions to be imposed – that is – Egypt and Ethiopia.” Also speaking to the press, the Sudanese Ambassador to the UN, Elfatih Mohamed Erwa, said the sanctions were lifted as a result of “very hard work with the international community to clear Sudan from any allegations.” Regarding the Council’s demands in 1996 for the Sudan to hand over suspects in the assassination attempt against the President of Egypt, the Ambassador said “the fact that Sudan did not hand them over is because they were not in Sudan. You cannot give what you don’t have.” The sanctions, were imposed, he said, “due to a really regrettable incident in 1995 where the perpetrators used to live in Sudan, although the Sudanese Government had nothing to do with it, but still we had to work hard to clear this matter.”Asked about media reports that the Sudan had cracked down since 11 September on terror groups, he said Sudan’s cooperation on terrorism did not start only after the recent attacks. “On the contrary, when we started the process of lifting the sanctions, we had already started cooperating with the United States through counter-terrorist experts in Sudan to meet the concerns that the US Government had.” read more

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Poll Would cheaper nonalcoholic beer make you more likely to drink it

first_img 81 Comments By Rónán Duffy Yes, it defintely would (6888) Image: Shutterstock Maybe the odd time (2409) Poll: Would cheaper non-alcoholic beer make you more likely to drink it? Shane Ross says he favous reducing the tax on them. Share191 Tweet Email Yes, it defintely wouldMaybe the odd timeNo, it wouldn’t change anythingI already do drink it a fair bitVote 37,280 Views FINANCE MINISTER PASCHAL Donohoe has said there are currently no plans to reduce the VAT rate on non-alcoholic beer.Non-alcoholic beer is not subject to excise duty which, on a regular pint of beer, is around 54 cent.It is subject to a VAT rate of 23%, the same as which applies the majority of drinks, including soft drinks and bottled water.Transport Minister Shane Ross has argued that this should be reduced to encourage more people to consume it. But would this work?Poll: Would cheaper non-alcoholic beer make you more likely to drink it? Poll Results: Saturday 2 Mar 2019, 12:44 PM No, it wouldn’t change anything (4863) I already do drink it a fair bit (274) Image: Shutterstock Mar 2nd 2019, 12:45 PM Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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New Australian ambassador goes back to the future and soaks up the

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Kate Logan’s first overseas posting for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) was to the Australian Embassy in Athens. Twenty years on, she is back in the Greek capital to take up her role as Australia’s Ambassador to Greece with non-resident accreditation to Bulgaria and Romania.Neos Kosmos caught up with Ms Logan to discuss how Greece compares in 2018, the bond Australia shares with the Hellenic Republic, major developments and the energy that makes Greece so attractive.THE ENERGYSpeaking with Ms Logan shortly after she presented her credentials in a ceremony at the Presidential Palace in Athens, it is obvious that she has a passion for the task of representing Australia and a love affair with the country that she will make her home again for the next three years.“There is a real energy here that you don’t see in other countries. Not just in Athens but outside the capital as well. The warmth of the people is almost palpable,” she enthuses.“I feel so privileged to represent a country that people want to know about here in Greece. You are always pushing on an open door. There is a certain attraction to things Australian.”Ms Logan will use those open doors to her advantage when she makes contact with the decision makers in Greece.“I am in the process of meeting as many people as I can to build up a network and garner and distil information that I will send back to Canberra and ensure that Australia is part of the conversation in Greece.“It is also about building relationships so that if something happens such as a natural disaster or an Australian passport holder is in trouble on the islands I have people I can call on to provide assistance and information.TWENTY YEARS ONAfter leaving Athens twenty years ago Ms Logan maintained a healthy interest in the politics and affairs of Greece from a distance.“I studied classics at university and have always had a passion for ancient Greece and archaeology so the interest has always been there.”It is no surprise that the ambassador has memories of a vastly different Greece from her previous Athens posting.“What strikes me about Greece coming back is that the 2004 Olympics have made so much difference to infrastructure, particularly with roads, public transport, and the airport. These investments have made a real difference to daily life.”Environmental consciousness and activity is another area where the ambassador has noticed progression on her return.“There is so much more ‘green’ awareness here now which reflects the personal pride people have in their environment.“There are also signs of real hardship now which is reflected in the [empty] shop fronts and signs of poverty on the street. That is a real noticeable change.‘”At the same time I have been struck by the resilience of Greeks. Just walking around chatting to people in the shops and elsewhere there is some great innovation and design happening. I can see the culture of innovation, borne of necessity, coming to the fore. That wasn’t happening 20 years ago.”Greece has always prided itself on the quality of its cuisine and the latest developments in modern fusion food have not gone unnoticed by Ms Logan since her arrival.“The fusion food and culinary creativity here is really exciting. I can see chefs here travelling and taking ideas from other countries and cultures. It has so many resonances with what has happened with food in Australia.”Kate Logan with Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos. Photo: SuppliedTRADE, WORK, EDUCATION, AND TOURISM ON THE AGENDAIt is clear that settling in time has been minimal as Ms Logan outlines a number of “big ticket items” that have demanded her attention in the first few weeks of duty.“My main role is to advance Australia’s interests in Greece,” she explains.“The biggest ticket item at the moment is launching negotiations for a Free Trade Agreement with the European Union (EU). All member states of the EU have to agree, and Greece has indicated that they are broadly supportive of an agreement.“I think it reflects our shared values and democratic traditions. Both our countries have a history of being open, liberal, free trading countries. Greece has a long history of maximising open seas and navigation and trade routes. Australia is in a geographic location where open markets really matter and we’ve always had free trading interests at heart. Neither country is about protectionism.“A free trade agreement would be a signal of Europe and Greece’s common approach with Australia on free trade and investment in a time where there is a growth in protectionist instincts in some other parts of the world.“We are close to finalising an agreement with Greece on a Working Holiday Maker scheme for young Australians and Greeks. Australia and Greece have a deep historical relationship based on immigration and wartime bonds. This is one way we can carry those connections into the contemporary world. It will mean that several hundred young Australians and Greeks can travel to the other country on a holiday and undertake some work while they are there.”Traditionally Greek tertiary students wanting to study overseas have favoured institutions located in the United States or the United Kingdom however Ms Logan feels there is untapped potential for Australian education exports.“At the moment there are approximately 1,300 Greek students studying in Australia every year which is more than you might expect for a country like Greece. We are going to do a bit more to attract interest in that sector. I want to make the Australian alumni networks more structured. Macquarie University recently held a function here in Athens for former students and it would be good to see more of that.”The current boom in tourist arrivals saw record numbers travel to Greece in 2017 and similar figures predicted for this year. This has a major impact on the workload of the consular side of the Australian Embassy.“We have 250,000 Australian passport holders in Greece in any given year so there is quite a heavy consular and passport load on this post. Some of them are dual nationals but many of them are tourists.“Young Australians unfortunately take risks overseas that they don’t take at home, riding quad bikes and motorbikes on islands without helmets and that is sadly often when the embassy comes in. I wish they would treat the risks here the same as they would at home,” the Ambassador said.A BIG LIFEThere is no doubt that Ms Logan will be presented with challenges as well as opportunities during her term in Athens however she is clearly inspired by the perception and attitudes that prevail in Greece.“During the credentials ceremony, Mr Pavlopoulos said something to the effect of ‘Το πνεύμα της ελευθερίας πάντα πνέει πιο δροσερά και πιο δυνατά στην Αυστραλία από όποια άλλη χώρα’ – which roughly translates as ‘the spirit of freedom always blows more freshly and more robustly in Australia than elsewhere.’ What a beautiful way of seeing it. They see things in a big picture here.“Life is big in Greece. It is painted on a big canvas. That’s one of the really lovely things about being here.”last_img read more

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Chiellini gutted with Italian mistakes

first_imgJuventus star and Italy skipper Giorgio Chiellini has admitted his side played under pressure that resulted to errors to their 1-1 draw against PolandThe Azzuris settled for a point after failing to overcome an impressive Polish side at the Renato Dall A’ara.A well-crafted move by the Poles led to the first goal that was converted by Napoli’s Piotr Zielinski before a Jorginho spot-kick levelled the scoreline for Roberto Mancini’s men towards the end of the game.Chiellini in an interview to Sky Sports gave his verdict about the 1-1 draw, and he revealed that the tension led to the Azzurri making errors at the Renato Dall A’ara.Cristiano Ronaldo, JuventusSerie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….The defender said: “There was a lot of desire to win, but there was a bit of tension, and this led us to commit some mistakes too.“To start again, then in the second half we kept our lucidity tried to make our game. The draw I think is deserved”.Up next for the Italians is a trip to Lisbon where they will trade tackles with Portugal.last_img read more

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Firefighters battle fire inside SW MiamiDade home

first_imgSOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – Firefighters worked to put out flames inside of a home in Southwest Miami-Dade.Rescue crews responded to the single-family house on the 6500 block of Southwest 95th Avenue just after 10 a.m., Wednesday.7SkyForce HD flew over the scene where flames could be seen coming from the inside of the home and moving towards the patio area of the backyard.No injuries were reported.The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

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Walker asks legislature to divert funds from studying ANWR into public safety

first_imgA still from the ANWR video released by the White House. (Image courtesy YouTube)Gov. Bill Walker is asking the state legislature to take $10 million he originally wanted to spend exploring for signs of oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge — and put it toward other things.Listen nowWalker sent a letter to the co-chairs of the House and Senate Finance committees on April 2, asking them to redirect more than $8.3 million toward a statewide 9-1-1 system. Walker originally allocated the funds for seismic exploratory work, in the budget he released in December.Walker also wants to split $1.5 million between the Department of Revenue and the Department of Natural Resources to do legal and financial work on the Alaska LNG project.Congress opened the Refuge to development in December, but there is not a lot of data about how much oil is actually in it.In the letter, Walker says the funds are not needed for seismic exploration in the Refuge right now.Both the House and the Senate will have to approve the budget before the money can be spent.last_img read more

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5 BJP supporters held for attacking school bus at Ganganagar

first_imgKolkata: Bidhannagar Police has arrested five BJP supporters for allegedly attacking a school bus at Ganganagar in Airport area.They have been booked under sections of rioting with deadly weapons (148 IPC), unlawful assembly (143 IPC), assault or criminal force otherwise than on grave provocation (352 IPC), punishment for criminal intimidation (506 IPC) punishment for wrongful restraint (341 IPC) and sections of West Bengal Maintenance of Public Order Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal life(WBMPO) Act.On Wednesday morning, the BJP supporters forcefully stopped a school bus of a reputed English medium school with students inside near Ganganagar.Despite repeated requests, the bandh supporters refused to let go off the bus. As the situation got heated up, children inside the bus started crying in fear.The teachers and school staff again requested to let go off the bus. Instead, some of the bandh supporters started threatening the teachers of setting the bus on fire. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedSources informed that during the heated argument, one of the bandh supporters hit the windshield of the bus with some a stick and the windshield cracked.Somehow, the teachers managed to convince the BJP supporters and left the area safely with the students and the bus. As soon as the bus reached the school, the authority decided to inform police. Later, the school authority filed an FIR with the airport police station.Following the FIR, police called up the driver and asked him to report along with the bus. After a preliminary investigation, the police started a search operation for the accused persons.”We saw that the windshield of the bus cracked. Later, the persons involved with the incident was arrested,” said a senior official from Bidhannagar Police.Police informed that five persons are identified as Krishna Sardar, Shyam Babu Roy, Sanjay Goldar, Gopal Mahato alias Raja and Rana Saha. All of them are residents of Narayanpur police station area.last_img read more

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Suu Kyi to make bittersweet return to Oxford

first_imgAssociated PressLONDON (AP) – Before Aung San Suu Kyi was a prisoner of conscience and a political icon, she inhabited a world of children’s birthday parties, university libraries and bicycle-filled English suburbs.The leader of Myanmar’s democracy movement spent years in the university city of Oxford with her English academic husband and their two sons. She left one day in 1988 to care for her sick mother, thinking she would be gone for weeks. Almost a quarter of a century later, she is about to return for the first time. Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family In fact, Aris saw his wife only a handful of times after she left Oxford.The NLD won elections in 1990, but was kept from power by the military junta. Suu Kyi spent much of the next 20 years under house arrest, finally being released in November 2010. In April, she won a seat in the country’s national assembly, and is campaigning for further reform.The couple’s predicament took a cruel twist in 1997, when Aris was diagnosed with what turned out to be terminal prostate cancer. The junta would have allowed Suu Kyi to leave Myanmar to visit him _ but she feared she would not be allowed to return. He applied 30 times for visas to visit her; all were rejected.“He was adamant she shouldn’t come back,” Frayn said. “He was convinced (his visa) would be granted and he would die in her arms.”Aris died in Oxford on his 53rd birthday in 1999. He had not seen his wife in more than three years.Frayn said the years of separation had left a “complex emotional legacy” for Suu Kyi’s sons, now in their 30s.Kim Aris lives in Oxford and has visited his mother several times since her release from house arrest. Elder brother Alexander _ who at age 18 delivered the 1991 Nobel Peace Prize address on behalf of his mother _ lives in a Buddhist community in Portland, Oregon. Neither has given interviews to the media. The difference between men and women when it comes to pain (Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) The couple lived in Bhutan and London, then settled in Oxford when Aris got an academic post. Suu Kyi looked after sons Alexander and Kim and pursued doctoral studies.Frayn said the future Nobel peace laureate embraced her role as academic wife and “utterly devoted mother.”“She was famed for her exquisitely organized birthday parties,” Frayn said. “The common thing is that she did whatever she did to the Nth degree.”In March 1988, Suu Kyi returned to Myanmar to nurse her dying mother, and found herself on the front line of mass pro-democracy protests that erupted soon after. The hospital where her mother was being treated was inundated with injured demonstrators.As the daughter of a national hero, Suu Kyi was an instant emblem of the movement. She embraced her destiny and helped form the National League for Democracy _ with the support of her far-off husband.“From the outset, they knew it was a tough decision to go into politics,” Popham said. “But I don’t think any of them had an idea of how hard it was going to be. Michael thought the regime would collapse within months and they would be reunited by Christmas 1988.” Suu Kyi, too, rarely speaks of her emotions _ a reflection, Frayn said, both of her Buddhist faith and of her political convictions.“She is surrounded in the National League for Democracy by people who spent many years in prison, and in some senses her context is that she got off lightly compared to a lot of her close political colleagues,” Frayn said. “She has said that this is in a sense her cross to bear, the long-term separation from her sons.“A journalist once said to her that her story was like a Greek tragedy. She absolutely rebuked him and said: I made a choice.”___Jill Lawless can be reached at 0 Comments   Share   She studied politics, philosophy and economics at Oxford University’s then-women-only St. Hugh’s College, a handsome collection of red brick Edwardian buildings set in extensive gardens.Student friend Ann Pasternak Slater recalled a striking figure whose “firm moral convictions and inherited social grace contrasted sharply with the tatty dress and careless manners, vague liberalism and uncertain sexual morality” of her English counterparts.Suu Kyi was not a party animal _ she tasted alcohol just once, to see what it was like _ but did embrace other Oxford traditions.In the essay collection “Freedom From Fear,” Pasternak Slater described her learning to operate a punt _ Oxford’s characteristic flat-bottomed boats _ and to ride a bicycle, swapping her traditional Burmese long skirt, the longyi, for a pair of white jeans.While at Oxford, Suu Kyi met Aris, a Himalayan scholar who later served as tutor to the children of the king of Bhutan. They married in 1972 _ on condition that if her country ever needed her, she would go.Neither imagined how high the price would be.“She thought she might go to Burma one day to set up a mobile library once the kids were grown and Michael was retired,” said Rebecca Frayn, screenwriter of “The Lady,” a recent feature film about Suu Kyi. “They had a little dream that he would grow orchids.” New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths Sponsored Stories More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements 5 treatments for adult scoliosis Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates 5 ways to recognize low testosterone Top Stories On Monday, Suu Kyi begins a weeklong trip to Britain as part of a European tour. Her itinerary includes talks with Prime Minister David Cameron, an address to Parliament and a meeting with Prince Charles.But the most bittersweet moment will likely be her homecoming to Oxford, where on Wednesday the 66-year-old will finally accept the honorary doctorate she was awarded in 1993, while she was under house arrest in Yangon.Oxford looks much the same as when she left, a traffic-clogged jumble of spires and bridges and Gothic college buildings. But her children are grown and her beloved husband, Michael Aris, is dead.“I’m sure within herself it’ll be an extremely emotional moment,” said Peter Popham, author of “The Lady and the Peacock,” a biography of Suu Kyi. “When she left in March 1988 she expected to be away for a while, possibly a few months, but certainly not 24 years.”Suu Kyi arrived in Oxford in 1964 from a background marked by both privilege and tragedy.She had been educated at a convent school in New Delhi, where her mother was ambassador for the country then known as Burma. Her father, Gen. Aung San, a political leader who negotiated Burma’s independence from Britain, had been assassinated by political rivals in 1947, when she was 2.last_img read more

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Quality tourism experiences receive due recognition at Tourism Awards

first_imgNew South WalesCategoryCertification Achieved The Maria Island WalkAdventure TourismAdvanced Ecotourism Taronga ZooMajor Tourist Attractions Advanced EcotourismEco Lodges of Australia Daintree Discovery CentreSteve Irwin Award for EcotourismAdvanced EcotourismGreen Travel Leader South AustraliaCategoryCertification Achieved Lane Cove River Tourist ParkQantas Award for Excellence in Sustainable Tourism Advanced EcotourismClimate Action LeaderEco Lodges of Australia Northern TerritoryCategoryCertification Achieved Bunyip ToursTour and/or Transport OperatorsEcotourism Pearl Sea Coastal CruisesEcotourismAdvanced Ecotourism Alice Springs Desert ParkEcotourismAdvanced EcotourismROC Adelaide Central YHABackpacker AccommodationClimate Action Business Jungle Surfing Canopy ToursTourist AttractionsAdvanced EcotourismClimate Action Leader Jacob’s Creek Visitor CentreTourism Wineries, Distilleries and Boutique Breweries Climate Action Business Aboriginal Cultural Tours Indigenous Tourism ROC VictoriaCategoryCertification Achieved Rawnsley Park Station Eco-Villas EcotourismAdvanced EcotourismClimate Action BusinessEco Lodges of Australia Venture North AustraliaHeritage and Cultural TourismAdvanced EcotourismROC Lane Cove River Tourist ParkTourist and Caravan ParksAdvanced EcotourismClimate Action LeaderEco Lodges of Australia Western AustraliaCategoryCertification Achieved Jungle Surfing Canopy ToursAdventure TourismAdvanced EcotourismClimate Action Leader Skyrail Rainforest CablewayQantas Award for Excellence in Sustainable TourismAdvanced EcotourismClimate Action InnovatorGreen Travel Leader Fantasea CruisesMajor Tour and/or Transport OperatorsAdvanced EcotourismGreen Travel Leader Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation ParkEco TourismEcotourism Nitmiluk ToursMajor Tourist AttractionsEcotourism Auswalk Walking HolidaysAdventure TourismAdvanced Ecotourism Quality tourism experience with ECO, ROC and Climate Action certification have dominated the winners at the State and Territory Tourism Awards held around Australia over the past month. These winners are now finalists in the Australian Tourism Awards in February 2011. “Forty (40) of the winners announced in ceremonies across the country are ECO, Respecting Our Country (ROC), or Climate Action certified tourism operators,” Ecotourism Australia CEO, Ms Kym Cheatham stated. “This demonstrates that certified tourism operators are the highest standard quality tourism experiences in Australia.” Tourism businesses who undertake certification make a commitment to sustainable practices and the provision of a quality experience for the traveller. “These organisation’s commitment to environmental best practice, business ethics and social and cultural responsibilities ensure a quality product and ultimately, deliver on Australia’s reputation as a tourist destination.” Ms Cheatham said. “The Australian tourism industry and most importantly the tourism experience is richer for the efforts of these organisations.” Certification has long been used as a tool for improvement and as a guideline to determine how your business meets current best practice standards. It has also resulted in Australia gaining global recognition as a leading ecotourism destination.“As a member of the Global Sustainable Tourism Council, we are proud that these Australia tourism experiences are leading the world in sustainable tourism experiences”, said Kym Cheatham. Emaroo CottagesDeluxe AccommodationNature Tourism Adelaide Convention CentreMeetings & Business Tourism Climate Action Innovator Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural CentreIndigenous Tourism ROC QueenslandCategoryCertification Achieved Fraser Island Discoveries (The Discovery Group)Tour and/or Transport OperatorsAdvanced Ecotourism TasmaniaCategoryCertification Achieved Crowne Plaza Alice SpringsQantas Award for Excellence in Sustainable Tourism Nature Tourism Bruny Island Cruises EcotourismEcotourism Wayoutback Desert SafarisTour and/or Transport OperatorsAdvanced Ecotourism Lane Cove River Tourist ParkEcotourismAdvanced EcotourismClimate Action Leader,Eco Lodges of Australia Jacob’s Creek Visitor CentreMajor Tourist Attractions Climate Action Business Eco Beach Wilderness RetreatUnique AccommodationEcotourism Pennicott Wilderness JourneysExcellence in Sustainable TourismEcotourism Tri State SafarisAdventure TourismAdvanced EcotourismClimate Action Leader Seppeltsfield Vineyard Cottage Hosted Accommodation Climate Action Innovator Eco Beach Wilderness RetreatIndigenous Tourism Ecotourism Sinclair’s Gully Qantas Award for Excellence in Sustainable Tourism Advanced Ecotourism, Climate Action Innovator Bruny Island Cruises Tourist AttractionsEcotourism Adventure Bay ChartersAdventure TourismAdvanced Ecotourism Tri State SafarisTour and/or Transport Operators Advanced EcotourismClimate Action Leader Eco Beach Wilderness RetreatQantas Award for Excellence in Sustainable Tourism Ecotourism Source = Ecotourism Australia Ningaloo Reef DreamingAdventure TourismAdvanced Ecotourismlast_img read more

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TAAI and D Y Patil University sign MoU to enhance Academia and

first_imgTAAI and D Y Patil University’s School of Hospitality and Tourism Studies in Navi Mumbai have signed a MoU for three years to enhance the Academia and Industry partnership for the post-graduation degree M Sc in Hospitality & Tourism Studies.Vandana Mishra Chaturvedi, Director, signed the MoU with TAAI which was represented by Tourism Council Chairman & Treasurer Jay Bhatia.D Y Patil University was established in 2002 with a vision to provide quality education in all spheres of high learning and health services in India.TAAI supports the institute designing the M Sc curriculum to make it more industry relevant, with both the school and TAAI jointly working towards effective development and delivery of this study program being offered to its students as a two-year post-graduate course.Chaturvedi, Director of the School in her address, recognised the efforts of Western Region Chairman, Sampat  Damani as instrumental in getting the MoU signed.Jay Bhatia said, “With the recent developments in the transportation and communication; travelling both domestically and internationally has become very easy. Whether your purpose of travel is business, adventure or just a vacation – a large segment of personnel belonging to the Travel, tourism and hospitality industry are there to make your experience trouble free.”“It is a great opportunity for TAAI to be associated with this program so as to ensure that this degree program is not just theory but also industry relevant. TAAI will ensure internships and placements suitable for all students, conducting workshops and training programs, facilitate the students with guest lecturers from the mentors and experienced persons of the industry thus making the students ready to enter the world of Tourism and Hospitality,” Bhatia added.Sampat Damani stated, “Patience, flexibility and excellent interpersonal skills have to be developed by the students. Cultural sensitivity and awareness are critical, as tourism professionals’ deal with different countries and cultures.”“This is a wonderful opportunity for our students to have the support of such a renowned association like TAAI. This will give them excellent exposure to the world of travel, tourism and hospitality,” said Chaturvedi.Jay Bhatia would be representing TAAI as an Advisory Board Member of the School of Hospitality and Tourism Studies at DYPU.last_img read more

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May 27 Actress Lee Meriwether is 83 Musician Ram

first_img May 27: Actress Lee Meriwether is 83. Musician Ramsey Lewis is 83. Actor Louis Gossett Jr. is 82. Actor Bruce Weitz is 75. Singer Bruce Cockburn is 73. Jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater is 68. Actor Richard Schiff (“The West Wing”) is 63. Singer Siouxsie Sioux of Siouxsie and the Banshees is 61. Singer-guitarist Neil Finn of Crowded House and Split Enz is 60. Actress Peri Gilpin (“Frasier”) is 57. Comedian Adam Carolla is 54. Actor Todd Bridges (“Diff’rent Strokes”) is 53. Drummer Sean Kinney of Alice in Chains is 52. Actor Paul Bettany (“The Da Vinci Code,” ”A Beautiful Mind”) is 47. Singer-guitarist Brian Desveaux of Nine Days is 47. Actor Jack McBrayer (“30 Rock”) is 45. Rapper Andre 3000 of Outkast is 43. Rapper Jadakiss is 43. TV chef Jamie Oliver is 43. Actor Ben Feldman (“Mad Men”) is 38. Actor Darin Brooks (“The Bold and the Beautiful”) is 34. Actor Chris Colfer (“Glee”) is 28. Actor Ethan Dampf (“American Dreams”) is 24. Actress Desiree Ross (“Greenleaf”) is 19.May 28: Actress Carroll Baker is 87. Singer Gladys Knight is 74. Actress Sondra Locke is 74. Singer Billy Vera is 74. Singer John Fogerty is 73. Musician Jerry Douglas of Alison Krauss and Union Station is 62. Actor Brandon Cruz (“The Courtship of Eddie’s Father”) is 56. Actress Christa Miller (“Scrubs,” ”The Drew Carey Show”) is 54. Country singer Phil Vassar is 54. Singer Chris Ballew of Presidents of the United States of America is 53. Singer Kylie Minogue is 50. Rapper Chubb Rock is 50. Actor Justin Kirk (“Weeds”) is 49. Talk-show host Elisabeth Hasselbeck (“Fox and Friends,” ”The View”) is 41. Actor Jake Johnson (“New Girl”) is 40. Actress Monica Keena (“Dawson’s Creek,” ”Undeclared”) is 39. Actress Alexa Davalos (“Clash of the Titans” ”The Chronicles of Riddick”) is 36. Actor Megalyn Echikunwoke (“24”) is 36. Singer Colbie Caillat is 33. Actress Carey Mulligan (“The Great Gatsby”) is 33.May 29: Actor Kevin Conway (“Gods and Generals”) is 76. Singer Gary Brooker of Procol Harum is 73. Singer Rebbie Jackson is 68. Composer Danny Elfman is 65. Singer LaToya Jackson is 62. Actor Ted Levine (“Monk,” ”The Silence of the Lambs”) is 61. Actress Annette Bening is 60. Actor Rupert Everett is 59. Singer Melissa Etheridge is 57. Actress Lisa Whelchel (“The Facts of Life”) is 55. Guitarist Noel Gallagher (Oasis) is 51. Singer Jayski McGowan of Quad City DJ’s is 51. Actor Anthony Azizi (“Threat Matrix,” ”Lost”) is 49. Guitarist Chan Kinchla of Blues Traveler is 49. Actress Laverne Cox is 46. Guitarist Mark Lee of Third Day is 45. Singer Melanie Brown (“Scary Spice”) of the Spice Girls is 43. Rapper Playa Poncho is 43. Actor Justin Chon (“Deception,” ”Dr. Ken”) is 37. Actor Blake Foster (“Power Rangers Turbo”) is 33. Actor Brandon Mychal Smith (“Sonny With a Chance”) is 29. Actress Lorelei Linklater (“Boyhood”) is 25.May 30: Actor Keir Dullea (“2001: A Space Odyssey”) is 82. Actor Michael J. Pollard is 79. Guitarist Lenny Davidson of The Dave Clark Five is 74. Actor Colm Meaney (“Star Trek: The Next Generation”) is 65. Actor Ted McGinley (“Hope and Faith,” ”Married…With Children”) is 60. Actor Ralph Carter (“Good Times”) is 57. Country singer Wynonna Judd is 54. Guitarist Tom Morello of Audioslave and Rage Against the Machine is 54. Actor Mark Sheppard (“Supernatural”) is 54. Actor John Ross Bowie (“Speechless,” ”The Big Bang Theory”) is 47. Guitarist Patrick Dahlheimer of Live is 47. Singer-actress Idina Menzel is 47. Singer Cee Lo Green (Gnarls Barkley, Goodie Mob) is 43. Rapper Remy Ma is 38. Guitarist James Smith of Underoath is 36. Actor Sean Giambrone (“The Goldbergs”) is 19. Actor Jared Gilmore (“Once Upon a Time,” ”Mad Men”) is 18.May 31: Actor-director Clint Eastwood is 88. Singer Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary is 80. Keyboardist Augie Meyers of the Texas Tornadoes and the Sir Douglas Quintet is 78. Actress Sharon Gless (“Cagney and Lacey”) is 75. Actor Tom Berenger is 68. Actor Gregory Harrison is 68. Actor Kyle Secor (“Homicide: Life on the Street”) is 61. Actress Roma Maffia (“Nip/Tuck,” ”Profiler”) is 60. Comedian Chris Elliott is 58. Actress Lea Thompson (“Caroline in the City,” ”Back to the Future”) is 57. Singer Corey Hart is 56. Rapper DMC of Run-DMC is 54. Actress Brooke Shields is 53. Country bassist Ed Adkins of The Derailers is 51. “The Amazing Race” host Phil Keoghan is 51. Jazz bassist Christian McBride is 46. Actress Archie Panjabi (“The Good Wife”) is 46. Actress Merle Dandridge (“Greenleaf”) is 43. Actor Colin Farrell is 42. Trumpet player Scott Klopfenstein of Reel Big Fish is 41. Drummer Andy Hurley of Fall Out Boy is 38. Rapper Waka Flocka Flame is 32. Actor Curtis Williams Jr. (“Parent’Hood”) is 31. Singer Normani Hamilton of Fifth Harmony is 22.June 1: Actor Richard Erdman (“Community,” ”The Tab Hunter Show”) is 93. Singer Pat Boone is 84. Actor Morgan Freeman is 81. Actor Rene Auberjonois (“Benson,” ”Star Trek: Deep Space Nine”) is 78. Actor Brian Cox (“Deadwood”) is 72. Guitarist Ron Wood of the Rolling Stones is 71. Actor Jonathan Pryce is 71. Country singer Ronnie Dunn of Brooks and Dunn is 65. Actress Lisa Hartman Black is 62. Bassist Simon Gallup of The Cure is 58. Comedian Mark Curry (“Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper”) is 57. Actress Teri Polo (“Meet The Parents”) is 49. Model Heidi Klum is 45. Singer Alanis Morissette is 44. Comedian Link Neal of Rhett and Link (YouTube’s “Good Mythical Morning”) is 40. TV host Damien Fahey (MTV’s “Total Request Live”) is 38. Singer Brandi Carlile is 37. Comedian Amy Schumer is 37. Actor Taylor Handley (“The O.C.”) is 34. Actress Willow Shields (“The Hunger Games”) is 18.June 2: Actress Sally Kellerman is 81. Actor Ron Ely (“Tarzan”) is 80. Actor Stacy Keach is 77. Drummer Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones is 77. Singer Chubby Tavares of Tavares is 74. Actor Jerry Mathers (“Leave It to Beaver”) is 70. Actress Joanna Gleason is 68. Actor Dennis Haysbert (“24”) is 64. Comedian Dana Carvey is 63. Bassist Michael Steele of The Bangles is 63. Singer Tony Hadley of Spandau Ballet is 58. Actor Liam Cunningham (“Game of Thrones”) is 57. Actor Navid Negahban (“Homeland,” ”24″) is 54. Singer Merril Bainbridge is 50. Rapper B-Real of Cypress Hill is 48. Actor Anthony Montgomery (“Star Trek: Enterprise”) is 47. Comedian Wayne Brady is 46. Actor Wentworth Miller (“DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”) is 46. Keyboardist Tim Rice-Oxley of Keane is 42. Actor Zachary Quinto (“Heroes”) is 41. Actress Nikki Cox (“Unhappily Ever After”) is 40. Actor Justin Long (“Accepted,” ”Dodgeball”) is 40. Actor Deon Richmond (“Van Wilder,” ”Scream 3″) is 40. Actress Morena Baccarin (“Gotham,” ”Homeland”) is 39. Singer Irish Grinstead of 702 is 38. Drummer Fabrizio Moretti of The Strokes is 38. Country singer Dan Cahoon of Marshall Dyllon is 35. Singer-songwriter ZZ Ward is 32. by The Associated Press Posted May 21, 2018 10:06 pm PDT Last Updated May 23, 2018 at 9:40 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Celeb birthdays for the week of May 27-June 2last_img read more

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