NEW YORK, N.Y. – NBC News opened the new year Tuesday by appointing Hoda Kotb as co-anchor of the “Today” show’s first two hours with Savannah Guthrie, replacing Matt Lauer following his firing on sexual misconduct charges in late November.Kotb, 53, will continue to co-host the show’s fourth hour with Kathie Lee Gifford.It will be the first all-female team headlining “Today” in the show’s 65-year history. Diane Sawyer and Robin Roberts blazed that path for ABC’s “Good Morning America” in the 2000s, but morning shows have traditionally paired a man and a woman as host. With an audience dominated by women in an era where news of badly behaving men is frequent, the Guthrie-Kotb pairing may be particularly timely.“Today” won’t be an all-female zone in its first half, however, with longtime weather forecaster Al Roker and correspondent Carson Daly as regulars. Megyn Kelly hosts the show’s third hour.“This has to be the most popular decision NBC News has ever made and I am so thrilled,” Guthrie said on Tuesday, announcing the appointment on the air.“I am pinching myself,” said a beaming Kotb, sitting beside her. “I think we should send some medics to Alexandria, Virginia, where my mom has likely fainted.”Lauer’s eventual replacement had long been the subject of internal angst but with a sudden decision forced upon the network, Kotb’s performance made it easier. She’s subbed for Lauer since the day he was fired and “Today” has won four straight weeks in the ratings, after having spent much of the past few years in second behind ABC.“Hoda has seamlessly stepped into the co-anchor role alongside Savannah, and the two have quickly hit the ground running,” NBC News Chairman Andy Lack said in a memo to staff on Tuesday. “They have an undeniable connection with each other and most importantly, with viewers, a hallmark of ‘Today.’”Lack said Kotb “has the rare ability to share authentic and heartfelt moments in even the most difficult news circumstances. It’s a tribute to her wide range and her innate curiosity.”It’s common for television shows with job openings to hold informal tryouts of potential hosts. With Kotb’s immediate success, potential replacements like Willie Geist or Craig Melvin didn’t get that chance.Lauer had been a fixture at “Today” since the mid-1990s before his abrupt firing for what NBC called “inappropriate sexual behaviour” with a colleague. Other complaints and reports of crude behaviour followed.He was the second television morning host fired in a week, after CBS News axed Charlie Rose just before Thanksgiving on sexual misconduct charges. Rose was one of three “CBS This Morning” hosts with Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell, and CBS has yet to name his replacement. Substitutes have included Vladimir Duthiers, Bianna Golodryga, Dana Jacobsen, John Dickerson and Anthony Mason.Kotb joined NBC News in 1998 as a “Dateline NBC” correspondent, after working in local news in New Orleans. Her public profile increased with her wine-soaked pairing with Gifford on the show’s informal fourth hour.She was born in Norman, Oklahoma, to parents of Egyptian descent, and raised in Morgantown, West Virginia.Ben Bogardus, a journalism professor at Connecticut’s Quinnipiac University, said Kotb’s selection was a good one “because it reinforces the sense of a family coming together after a shared trauma.” The timing is important for NBC, because “Today” will get a burst of attention next month with the Winter Olympics.
Jan Eliasson met with Sudanese presidential adviser and chief negotiator Nafie Ali Nafie in the capital, Khartoum, UN spokesperson Michele Montas told reporters.The negotiations, which are scheduled to take place in Libya on 27 October, are designed to find a solution to the conflict between rebels, Government forces and allied Janjaweed militia groups. Mr. Eliasson and his African Union counterpart Salim Ahmed Salim will convene those talks.Ms. Montas said Mr. Eliasson also chaired a high-level meeting today with representatives of the regional partners to the talks, including Ali Triki, Libya’s Minister for African Affairs.During his current visit to the region Mr. Eliasson has also met the leaders of some Darfurian Arab tribes to brief them on the preparations. Earlier this week in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, Mr. Salim and Mr. Eliasson co-chaired a two-day meeting with the Joint AU-UN Mediation Support Team.More than 200,000 people have been killed and another 2.2 million forced to flee their homes across Darfur, an arid and impoverished region, because of fighting that has raged since 2003. Some 4 million Darfurians now depend on humanitarian aid.Earlier this year the Security Council authorized the creation of a hybrid UN-AU peacekeeping force (known as UNAMID) to try to quell the violence. The operation is scheduled to take over from the existing AU mission by the start of next year.Mr. Eliasson’s meetings this week are taking place amid mounting concern from senior UN officials about the recent spike in violence in Darfur, particularly in South Darfur state.The UN Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) reported that on Monday about 6,000 villagers and internally displaced persons (IDPs) living in and around the South Darfur town of Muhajariya fled to the north of the settlement to seek refuge at an AU mission site after an attack between a faction of the Sudan Liberation Army (SLA) and tribal militia.Other residents fled to neighbouring villages and countryside, leaving Muhajariya – which had an estimated population of 20,000 – deserted. A large number of homes and several shops in the local market were burned to the ground.The mission said reports indicate that tens of civilians were killed or wounded or have gone missing. The UN has relocated 29 staff members of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to the state capital of Nyala. 10 October 2007The United Nations Special Envoy for Darfur held talks today with senior officials from the Sudanese Government and neighbouring countries to finalize preparations for major peace negotiations later this month that will try to end the conflict that has ravaged the region in western Sudan since 2003.
“We must not let 2017 repeat the tragedies of 2016 for Syria,” said a joint statement signed by World Food Programme (WFP) Executive Director Ertharin Cousin, UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Executive Director Anthony Lake, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Stephen O’Brien, World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Margaret Chan, and UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi.The statement was issued in the Swiss town of Davos, ahead of the World Economic Forum (WEF) from 17 to 20 January 2017, which is expected to be attended by top leaders from the business and political circles. According to the statement, in Syria today, there are 15 besieged areas where up to 700,000 people, including an estimated 300,000 children, still remain trapped, and nearly five million people, including more than two million children, live in areas that are extremely difficult to reach with humanitarian assistance due to fighting, insecurity and restricted access. “All over Syria, people continue to suffer because they lack the most basic elements to sustain their lives – and because of the continued risk of violence. We – indeed, the world – must not stand silent while parties to the conflict continue to use denial of food, water, medical supplies, and other forms of aid as weapons of war,” the statement stressed. The statement also noted that children are at heightened risk of malnutrition, dehydration, diarrhoea, infectious diseases, and injury. Many need support after being exposed to traumatic events, violence and other violations. “Tragically, far too many children have known little but conflict and loss in their young lives,” it warned.“The horrors of the siege of the eastern districts of Aleppo have disappeared from the public consciousness – but we must not let the needs, the lives and the futures of Syria’s people fade from the world’s conscience,” the statement added.
MINISTER FOR DEFENCE Alan Shatter has said there are no indications that anti-government elements in Syria see Irish troops based there as a target.Last month, troops stationed in the Golan Heights region, as part of a UN peacekeeping mission, were caught in the crossfire of a gun battle between warring pro and anti-government factions. More recently, a convoy was fired upon and a vehicle in which Irish troops were travelling struck a landmine, though no one was seriously injured.In response to parliamentary questions from a number of TDs about troops being targeted, Shatter said there are “no indications at this time to suggest that the anti-government armed elements see Irish troops as a target”.Shatter told TDs that “it was never the case that deployment was going to be easy” and that it was known at the time the Dáil considered sending troops that the region was unstable.Both the political and the security situation in the region is volatile; that is why we are there. Clearly, when we deploy troops to these types of operations, we must also understand and accept that we are putting them in harm’s way and that situations, such as the recent attack, can and will happen.He said personnel of the Irish Defence Forces are fully trained and equipped with appropriate force protection assets to undertake their duties.“The performance of the equipment and personnel in this most recent incident is testament to the standard and quality of the equipment which the Defence Forces have at their disposal and of the commitment and professionalism of our personnel,” Shatter commented.In a recent visit to the Middle East, the minister said troops in Syria, who are there to assist in operations in the ‘Area of Responsibility’ between Syria and Israel, are “fully committed to their task”.Related: Irish troops’ vehicle in Syria blast ‘struck a mine’ while reversing>More: Irish troops ‘fully committed to Golan Heights task’ – Shatter>Explainer: What are Irish troops doing in Syria?>
Découvertes de fossiles de crustacés Ostracode vieux de 425maPubliant leurs travaux dans Proceedings of the Royal Society B, des chercheurs britanniques et américains ont décrit une nouvelle espèce de crustacé datant du Silurien, dont les fossiles – intacts ! – ont été découverts dans le sud du Royaume-Uni. Petits par leur taille mais grands par leur importance, les fossiles de ces petits arthropodes d’un cm ont été découverts par des scientifiques des universités de Leicester, d’Oxford (Royaume-Uni) et Yale (États-Unis). Ils appartiennent au groupe des ostracodes (de petits crustacés à la carapace bivalve), dont ils représentent un nouveau genre et une nouvelle espèce. Mais ces fossiles sont des pièces rares : exceptionnellement bien conservés, ils comprennent l’enveloppe, mais aussi les parties molles – corps, membres, yeux, branchies et système digestif – de chaque spécimen.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?S’ils sont été aussi bien conservés, c’est qu’ils ont été préservés sous la cendre volcanique d’une formation géologique (alors maritime) vieille de 425 Ma du Herefordshire, près du Pays de Galles. Grâce à cela, les fossiles ont été reconstruits ‘virtuellement’, en utilisant une technique qui consiste à ‘débiter’ chaque spécimen couche par couche, et à le photographier à chaque étape. Dix millimètres, c’est court, et les ‘tranches’, au nombre de 500, ne devaient pas excéder 20 micromètres. Reconstituées dans un ordinateur, elles ont alors fourni une image en 3D de chaque spécimen.”Les ostracodes sont les arthropodes fossiles les plus abondants, apparaissant [partout] sous la forme de coquilles bivalves dans les roches des 490 derniers millions d’années, et sont communs dans la plupart des environnements aquatiques, aujourd’hui”, a expliqué le Pr David Siveter, de l’Université de Leicester avant d’ajouter : “[Mais] la découverte est importante car elle est l’une des seules, parmi une poignée d’autres, à conserver les tissus mous fossilisés d’ostracodes”.”Les spécimens découverts représentent (…) une espèce nouvelle pour la science, nommée P. avibella, qui signifie ‘magnifique oiseau’, (…) à cause de la ressemblance (…) [d’une partie] de la coquille avec une aile d’oiseau”, a t-il encore précisé.Le 16 décembre 2012 à 13:58 • Maxime Lambert
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas Information Services By Matt MauraNASSAU, The Bahamas – February 19, 2018 – Officials of the Government of The Bahamas and Oban Energies on Monday signed the Heads of Agreement for a $4 billion project planned for East Grand Bahama.The signing took place less than five days after Prime Minister, Dr. the Hon. Hubert A. Minnis announced in the House of Assembly that the Cabinet of the Bahamas had given Oban Energies the go-ahead to commence the process that will lead to construction of an oil refinery and oil storage facility in Grand Bahama.The project is expected to create 600 direct jobs and 1,000 indirect jobs during the construction phase.Monday’s signing of the Heads of Agreement (HOA) between the two sides paves the way for the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process.The EIA, which is already underway, will ensure that the project advances in an environmentally safe and sustainable manner.Prime Minister Minnis said the signing was “an important step in the approval process for Oban Energies.”“In December of 2016, the Government of The Bahamas approved Oban Energies to proceed with the construction of an oil refinery and oil storage facility in Grand Bahama.“My Government is pleased to have moved this project forward and has successfully completed negotiating the Heads of Agreement, which paves the way for the commencement of this important project,” Prime Minister Minnis said.Phase One of the project will comprise four million barrels of crude storage, a harbour and deep-sea loading docks to service large vessels, and the construction of a 50,000-barrel-per day refinery.Additionally, Oban will construct a 20 million-barrel liquid bulk storage facility and a 250,000-barrel-per day refinery.Oban has committed to employing hundreds of Bahamians during the construction phase and will create “a significant number of well-paying permanent jobs” for Bahamians once construction is completed.“Grand Bahama has seen significant indirect jobs as a result of the existing storage facilities, and we expect the same for Oban,” Prime Minister Minnis said. “This is a very significant development for Grand Bahama.” PHOTO CAPTION – Signing the Bahamas Government/Oban Energies Heads of Agreement – Camille Johnson, Secretary to the Cabinet, on behalf of the Bahamas Government, and Peter Krieger (right) of Oban Energies at the Office of the Prime Minister, February 19, 2018. Prime Minister, Dr. the Hon. Hubert Minnis is pictured, centre; Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance the Hon. Peter Turnquest, second left; and Minister of State for Grand Bahama in the Office of the Prime Minister, Senator the Hon. Kwasi Thompson, left. (BIS Photo/Peter Ramsay)
75 Photos Tags Preview • Volkswagen I.D. Buzz: Driving this concept gets us smiling There is no specific formula to convert WLTP economy estimates to US-friendly EPA numbers. Carscoops, which first reported on Stackmann’s tweet, believes that the I.D. hatchback’s range will be closer to 290 miles when measured by EPA standards. That’s still plenty, considering Stackmann’s tweet also claims the I.D. will cost about as much as a current diesel Golf.The diesel Golf is available in a variety of trims, so the cost can vary — between $27,000 and $39,000, by Carscoops’ estimates (converted from euros, since they’re not available in the US anymore). Even nearing the higher end of those estimates, that would pit the I.D. hatchback directly against the Tesla Model 3 in the US, which has similar range estimates. By the time the I.D. makes it to the US, though, it’ll have additional competition by way of the Hyundai Kona Electric and Kia Niro EV, both of which also promise similar range figures for about the same cost. While the I.D. hatchback will be the first EV in VW’s new I.D. lineup to land in Europe, things are different in the US. Since we can’t get enough crossovers at the moment, our first I.D. will be the I.D. Crozz, followed by others like the Buzz microbus and the aforementioned hatchback. Patience is a virtue.(Hat tip to Jalopnik!) More From Roadshow 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value The #VWID offers a #range of up to 550 km for the price of a modern Golf Diesel, and will come on the market as a 100% #emissionneutral #eCar. /JS pic.twitter.com/EUkefmTYGP— Jürgen Stackmann (@jstackmann) December 6, 2018 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better 3 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous More about 2022 Volkswagen I.D. Buzz Share your voice Volkswagen’s ID concept is the start of VW’s electric revolution Sometimes, news doesn’t make its way to the surface through traditional channels — sometimes, it’s discovered almost a week later, buried in an automaker’s board member’s tweets.Jürgen Stackmann, VW’s board member in charge of sales and marketing, tweeted on Dec. 6 that the electric I.D. hatchback will tout a VW-estimated 342-mile range on the WLTP cycle, which is the new standard Europe uses to measure economy. This is VW’s internal estimate, so it’s possible that the actual WLTP figure could be a bit higher or lower, but it should be pretty close. Comments Electric Cars Future Cars Hatchbacks Volkswagen Kia
BALTIMORE, MD – The Maryland Zoo is happy to announce that two male cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus), have arrived from the San Diego Wildlife Safari Park to take up residence in the African Journey section of the Zoo. Refu (Ray-fu) and Wgasa (Wa-gasa) were born at the San Diego Safari Park in July 2014, and are named for historical locations within that park. “We are very happy to welcome these two cheetah to the Zoo,” said Mike McClure, general curator at the Zoo. “They are young and healthy, and definitely have a good bond with one another.”The cheetah have recently finished their mandatory quarantine and are now being introduced to their exhibit and night quarters. “As standard protocol, we quarantine animals at the Zoo hospital for the first 30 days after their arrival,” continued McClure. “They passed all their veterinary exams with flying colors, so we are excited to have them outside exploring and meeting our guests.”Refu and Wgasa moved to The Maryland Zoo at the recommendation of the Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA) Cheetah Species Survival Plan (SSP). The Cheetah SSP is a committee of individuals who work in accredited zoos and are experts in cheetah husbandry, training and conservation.Cheetah, the world’s fastest land mammal, are also the most endangered cat in Africa. Historically native to Africa and Asia from South Africa to India, cheetah can now only be found in parts of eastern, central and southwestern Africa, as well as a small portion of Iran. Cheetah are facing extinction due to habitat loss, the illegal wildlife trade and human-wildlife conflict. “North American zoos that have cheetah work cooperatively on research and conservation on behalf of these cats,” said McClure. “Educating people is critical, not only here but also in Africa. If local people in Africa come to see the cheetah as an asset in terms of promoting ecotourism, they will move forward into the next generation eager to save this magnificent cat and safeguard its future.” The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore has partnered with Cheetah Conservation Fund (www.cheetah.org) for many years to support conservation efforts in the wild.
By Martha Quilin, The Associated Press via The News & Observer Kamal Bell launched Sankofa Farms on 12 acres of rock-hard Alamance County red clay in 2016 as a place where kids could grow.Bell was a middle school earth and environmental sciences teacher then in the Durham Public Schools, where one of his goals was to help African-American boys develop life skills that eventually could help them support themselves and their communities.“There was too much noise in the classroom,” Bell said, from the chatter of disinterested classmates but also from the distractions of sports, status symbols and social pressures. Some of his students didn’t learn well in that setting.The school where he was teaching had a garden, and Bell asked if he could work with students on the plot through summer, get them outside where they could do the cleansing, physical work of digging, pulling and planting. When the principal said no, Bell went looking for another way.Historically, federal farm lending programs have been biased against African Americans, and Blacks remain under-represented in farm ownership in North Carolina and across the country. Eventually, Bell borrowed money from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to buy the land in Efland. He applies for grants from nonprofits to pay for its operation and gets advice from crop specialists and from his former professors at N.C. A&T State University, where he got his bachelor’s degree in animal science and a master’s in agriculture education.Kamoni King, 16, was one of the first students who showed an interest in working at the farm, where Bell can work with up to six young men at a time, bringing them to the site up to four times a month during the school year and three to five days a week during summer.“I wanted to try something different,” from the way his classmates were spending their time, King said.Bell and the students spent most of the first two years carving three fields out of the property, which was overgrown and had been used as a trash dump.“They have had to develop a lot of patience,” King said of the boys, who didn’t get to plant anything until 2018. “Patience is something a lot of people don’t have.”Bell, who grew up in Durham, not on a farm, researched crops that could connect the students to their African roots. The name of the farm, Sankofa, is used in West African languages to refer to going back and getting what might have been lost.The students plant enough radishes, cow peas, squash, watermelon, peppers, kale and navy beans to take home to family members and neighbors. Some live in places where it’s difficult to get fresh fruits and vegetables even when they’re in season.Bell hopes to open the farm as a U-Pick operation, so that nearby residents also can have access to fresh foods, and he and the students hope to grow enough to be able to donate some to the poor. Ultimately, Bell would like to build a school on the property because he believes, “You can teach everything through agriculture.”King, along with Mikal Ali, 14, and his brother, Jamil, 12, have been learning to work with one of Sankofa’s new enterprises: honey bees. On a spring morning, they came to the farm with Bell to split one of the hives, a skill they’ll need to become certified beekeepers.The boys were afraid of the bees at first, but that morning, they put on protective gear and approached the brightly colored wooden hives and calmly, deliberately opened the boxes. As he lifted a rack covered with humming bees, Mikal hesitated a few seconds, until Bell, standing close by, reminded him, “You know how to do this. Figure it out.”Taking his time, Mikal completed the task and closed the hives.In the public schools, King said, “I don’t see much hope. But out here, they light up.”
The Montgolfier brothers launched the first hot-air balloon in 1783. It wasn’t long after that inventors began experimenting with ways to control and steer lighter-than-air aircraft, according to the website Space. The difficulty with such structures was that, left to their own devices, they could only offer a one-way trip, carried along in whatever direction the wind was blowing.USS Akron (ZRS-4)For them to be useful, there needed to be a way to steer them. In 1850 Pierre Julien of Villejuif demonstrated a model for a cigar-shaped airship, with a rudder, elevator, and gondola mounted underneath the front of the balloon.It had a clockwork motor that turned two air screws on either side of the center, which would propel the ship, and a light metal frame to give the airship shape and support. It was an idea designers could run with, and they did.Henri GiffardJules Henri Giffard, a French engineer, built the first full-size airship, with a small steam-powered engine that drove the propeller.It took its first flight in 1852 and traveled 17 miles. It was discovered, however, that the small engine still couldn’t overcome windy conditions in terms of steering the airship. It wasn’t until 1884 that an airship made its first successful round trip.The Giffard dirigible, created by Giffard in 1852From the early 20th century, the U.S. military has been interested in lighter-than-air craft, according to the San Diego Union Tribune. Between the world wars, the Navy constructed several enormous, helium-filled airships, also known as dirigibles. One of them was the USS Akron, known as The Queen of the Skies.Akron under construction in the Goodyear Airdock at Akron, Ohio in November 1930. Note the three-dimensional, deep rings.The Akron was designed to be a warship and the world’s first flying aircraft carrier. It had a crew of 89 and was protected by seven machine guns.The Akron, and her sister ship, the USS Macon, were meant to be reconnaissance craft. Even under the most ideal of circumstances, though, flying and controlling a lighter-than-air craft is a chancy and difficult thing.USS Macon (ZRS-5)In May 1932, the USS Akron left its Lakehurst, New Jersey base to fly to San Diego. After 77 hours of flight and encountering a sandstorm crossing over West Texas, the Akron reached the parade field at Camp Kearney, where it was supposed to land on the morning of May 11th.It was a foggy morning in San Diego, but the Akron finally hit clear skies at around 1200 feet which caused another issue – the morning sun was heating the helium inside and making the airship more buoyant.The maiden voyage of the Akron on November 2, 1931, showing her four starboard propellers. The engines’ water reclaiming devices appear as white strips above each propeller. The emergency rear control cabin is visible in the lower fin.When the Akron was low enough, it dropped docking ropes to two groups of sailors on the ground, and the sailors each grabbed one of the ropes to attach it to fixed lines with wooden toggles on the ground and then attach it to a mooring cable connected to the mooring mast.As the dirigible slowly descended, the crews on the ground worked hard to hold it in place, but suddenly the Akron’s tail rose up, nearly putting its nose to the ground. This caused tons of water to be released from the ballast bags weighing the ship down, and the ship began to rise.Pilot officers of USS Akron Air Group, 1933.The sailors holding the craft let the trail ropes go, and the Akron pulled free of the mooring mast; however, several men were still holding on to the mooring cable at the time.One man let go when he was 15 feet off the ground and broke an arm in the fall, but was otherwise all right. Three others were still clinging to the cable. Two of the remaining men fell between 100 and 200 feet, dying as a result.Still pictures from May 11, 1932 incident: the two pictures on the left and the picture at far right are of Seaman Cowart; the picture second from right shows Henton and Edsall before their fatal fall.The remaining sailor, C. M. Cowart, found a way to tie himself on, and after two hours and help from a sailor on the Akron, Cowart was reeled into the dirigible, and the craft landed again that evening.Cowart was named a hero, and a court of inquiry would cite the inexperience of the landing crew as the cause of the incident, along with unusual weather conditions.Read another story from us: Incredibly Well-Preserved 16th Century Warship DiscoveredSeveral months after the events in San Diego, the Akron went down in a thunderstorm off the coast of New Jersey. Only three of its 76 passengers survived. Its sister ship, the Macon, continued to be in use for the next two years, but ultimately it too crashed in the ocean off Point Sur in 1935, putting an end to the Navy’s dreams of an airship program.
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Share G Adventures & National Geographic to debut new family itineraries, on sale in May << Previous PostNext Post >> Posted by Tags: G Adventures, New Tours TORONTO — Following the successful launch of small group adventures in 2015, G Adventures and National Geographic Expeditions are once again partnering to debut new family-focused itineraries in 2020.The program, called ‘National Geographic Family Journeys with G Adventures’, includes 12 trips that feature unique National Geographic experiences for children and adults. Bookings open globally on May 7, 2019.Ben Perlo, Managing Director, G Adventures, says the move to cater to the family market is a natural extension of the already successful partnership with National Geographic, a brand synonymous with exploration and education.“This new program of trips is perfect for adventure-loving families looking to discover the world together. The newly-designed itineraries have been developed from scratch to inspire travellers of all ages to uncover each destination’s diverse characteristics, from wildlife and conservation to history and culture, exploration, and photography and storytelling,” he said.Perlo also noted that all groups are comprised of an international mix of travellers, and that interactions with local people are encouraged so that “as much money as possible stays in the communities we visit.”More news: Rome enforces ban on sitting on Spanish StepsG Adventures and National Geographic first joined forces in 2015 with the launch of ‘National Geographic Journeys with G Adventures’, a program of small group adventures that has grown to include 89 trips in 53 countries during 2019.Travel agents can be the first to know about the new family program by signing up here: https://www.gadventures.com/travel-styles/national-geographic-journeys/family/. Thursday, February 21, 2019 Travelweek Group
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: M.H A study into the travel and spending habits of 3,270 MICE delegates to Melbourne has found the city to be a top-notch host of major corporate events and conferences. The Melbourne Convention Delegate Study 2010, released by the Melbourne Convention and Visitors Bureau (MCVB), conversely revealed business events to be significant contributors to revenue for the Victorian economy.Outgoing MCVB chief executive Sandra Chipcase said the survey confirmed “what many already know – that conventions create new visitors, repeat visitors and drive regional tourism”.“However, it also allows us to pinpoint exactly how much delegates are spending, learn more about their travelling habits and their views on key attractions in Melbourne and regional Victoria,” Ms Chipcase said. With 63 per cent of respondents first-time travellers to Australia, the MCVB boss said the study highlighted the importance of MICE in attracting new visitors to the country as well as driving future business and tourism. “Seventy five per cent of respondents indicated that attending the conference had increased their likelihood of returning to Australia to do business in the future, while 71 per cent would consider returning to Melbourne for a holiday,” Ms Chipcase said.Even more encouraging for the state was that 27 per cent of visitors attending conferences travelled with two holidaying companions who also generated a “significant economic impact”. “Best of all, delegates reaffirmed that Melbourne is a safe and friendly city that is easy to navigate and blessed with outstanding infrastructure and convention facilities,” Ms Chipcase added.The Melbourne Convention Delegate Study 2010 covered eight conventions held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from March to November 2010
in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, News With the Department of Housing and Urban Development celebrating National Housing Month in June, HUD Secretary Ben Carson recently appeared at the Bipartisan Policy Center to discuss initiatives tied to health and housing. The Bipartisan Policy Center “is a non-profit organization that combines the best ideas from both parties to promote health, security, and opportunity for all Americans. BPC drives principled and politically viable policy solutions through the power of rigorous analysis, painstaking negotiation, and aggressive advocacy.”Here’s how the BPC website described the topic of Dr. Carson’s recent discussion:The advantages of a more integrated approach to the health and housing needs of our country are significant. By more tightly linking the two, policymakers can work to improve the health outcomes and quality of life for vulnerable Americans, while more efficiently allocating limited federal resources. There are many promising collaborative opportunities at the intersection of health and housing as federal departments confront a host of pressing challenges, from combating opioid addiction to recovering from natural disasters.You can watch the full video of Dr. Carson by clicking the image below. June 30, 2018 690 Views Ben Carson Department of Housing and Urban Development HUD video spotlight 2018-06-30 David Wharton HUD Secretary Carson Discusses Healthy Homes Initiatives Share
Your browser does not support the audio element. In February, Gresham told SiriusXM NFL Radio his heart was in Cincinnati and he hoped to return, but understood at the time it was possible he would not. Just less than nine months later, he said he’s not necessarily disappointed with how things worked out.“I think everything worked out well,” he said. “They got what they wanted, next guy up with Tyler (Eifert) and everything. It’s a business and I understand that part of it so I can’t be mad about it. They gave me the opportunity to feed my family for five years, and feed them well, and I have no regrets about it.”That’s not to say Gresham isn’t hoping to put together a big game Sunday against the team that, in no specific terms, cast him aside. Of course he would like to play well and get a win, perhaps showing the Bengals what they’re missing out on.“But I don’t want to look too much into it or make anything personal about it, you know,” he said.No doubt Gresham will get a chance to make an impact Sunday, though how many chances or in what way he could step up remains to be seen. Although he’s seen an uptick in usage over the last few games, he’s still on pace for some career-lows with 13 catches for 158 yards and one touchdown on the season. That one touchdown was one of the biggest of the season; it helped the Cardinals regain the lead in the fourth quarter of last Sunday’s 39-32 victory over the Seattle Seahawks. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling LISTEN: Jermaine Gresham, Cardinals’ Tight End “Any time you play a team where you spent some time, and especially for as much time as I spent there, it’s not just another game,” he said. “I’m solely focused on this and we’re solely focused on this. There’s obviously a little bit extra on it, but it’s a big game for us, it’s a big game for them and I’m very focused on my job.”Cardinals coach Bruce Arians was asked if it’s natural for someone in Palmer’s shoes to have a little more emotion entering a game like this.“I think if it was the next year, you know? He’s already been through that with the Raiders and having played them and done all that stuff. So I think it is long history,” he said. “Everybody wanted to think I was going back to Pittsburgh for the first time and it’s not about that anymore. It’s about the game this week. I think there are some story lines that people are trying to write, but I don’t think he has any.”Indeed, just as Arians had coached against the Steelers before leading the Cardinals into Pittsburgh last month, Palmer has already faced off against the Bengals, completing 19-of-34 passes for 146 yards with one touchdown and one interception in a 2012 loss while with the Oakland Raiders. So maybe the game won’t be as big a deal to Palmer. But Arians did say it may be a bigger deal if this was Palmer’s first year since playing in Cincinnati and first time taking the field against the Bengals. While that is not the case for the QB, it is the exact situation tight end Jermaine Gresham finds himself in.The 27-year-old spent the first five seasons of his career in Cincinnati, catching 280 passes for 2,722 yards and 24 touchdowns while reaching two Pro Bowls. He signed a one-year contract with the Cardinals in July and is looking forward to the game.“It’s going to be fun,” he told Burns and Gambo on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM Wednesday. “Just seeing some of the people that I spent so much time with in the past five years. It’s going to be good to see them.“I’m just going to just cherish the moment and just have fun with it. Seeing those guys every day in practice, actually getting a chance to compete against them, I’m just going to have fun with it.”While Palmer’s exit from Cincinnati was rather messy — more on that can be read here — Gresham’s was rather uneventful. His original five-year contract with the team expired, and they chose not to bring him back. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The catch showed what Gresham is still capable of, even if the Cardinals do not call on him as often as the Bengals used to. He said he’s not greedy and not worried about how many passes get thrown his way. His focus remains on doing whatever the coaches ask of him and winning football games.He has, and the team is.“A lot of it is what coverages they play and where the ball goes,” Arians said of Gresham being integrated more into the offense. “We do not traditionally throw it to the tight ends. We pay Larry (Fitzgerald) and those guys too much money to throw it to the tight ends.“They’re here to block, but he is a very capable receiver when he gets his opportunities, which they’re starting to grow. He’s played well.” Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 0 Comments Share Arizona Cardinals tight end Jermaine Gresham holds the football behind his back as a television camera records his celebration after his touchdown reception against the Seattle Seahawks during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson) One of the angles that has unsurprisingly come out of this week, in which the Arizona Cardinals host the Cincinnati Bengals, is of Cards QB Carson Palmer facing off against his former team.Palmer was chosen first overall in the 2003 draft by the Bengals and played seven years for the organization before forcing a trade during the 2011 season.Wednesday, Palmer admitted to the media that Sunday’s tilt has added significance. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
President Nicos Anastasiades has asked for Britain’s support for the resumption of peace talks, government spokesman Prodromos Prodromou said on Thursday.Speaking to members of the press in Sofia, Bulgaria after the EU-Western Balkans Summit, Prodromou said the Cyprus issue and efforts to resume talks were the key issues discussed by Anastasiades with the prime ministers of Britain and Greece on the sidelines of the summit.According to Prodromou, Anastasiades had the opportunity to meet with British Prime Minister Teresa May, whom he briefed on the latest developments in Cyprus.The president called for Britain’s support for the resumption of the negotiations.Anastasiades and May also discussed issues relating to the EU-Brexit negotiations.During the summit, Anastasiades conveyed Cyprus’ concern over the efforts made by Turkey to penetrate into the Western Balkans.The EU, he said, is the only credible partner to guarantee peace, stability and prosperity of the peoples of the member states, adding that “no third force can deliver a promising future for the wider region and we all know that very well”.“We are watching with concern – and we have to discuss the role of some states, such as Turkey,” he said, as well as the extent to which this role can destabilise the Western Balkans.On the pretext of protecting minorities, he said, Turkey is in reality “threatening stability in the region”.On the summit’s sidelines Anastasiades met with French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the President of the European Investment Bank Werner Hoyer and the President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Suma Chakrabarti.Meanwhile in Cyprus the United Nations Secretary General’s Special Representative in Cyprus Elizabeth Spehar spoke of the need for the resumption of peace talks.“The UN will do its part; the Guarantors must also step up to the plate; and the international community more broadly should remain supportive. But we must all take our lead from the communities themselves,” Spehar noted in her speech at a Unpol (UN Police) event.She noted that “the United Nations believes there is still scope to think creatively and to act decisively about the way forward.“The negotiations are a responsibility of the leaders, but the future of the island is a responsibility of all Cypriots. It will take both the leaders and women and men of Cyprus to pave the way ahead to a brighter, shared future for all.”Spehar noted that UnPol facilitates the Joint Communications Room, which enables information to be shared on crimes, criminal matters and humanitarian cases, in parallel with the Technical Committee on Crime and Criminal Matters. You May LikeFood Eat Safe9 Absolutely Worst Foods With ArthritisFood Eat SafeUndoTopsnewspaper.xyzTop 10 Least Corrupt Countries In The WorldTopsnewspaper.xyzUndoCollegeBuzzoTop 10 Universities In The WorldCollegeBuzzoUndo Property owners price themselves out of the marketUndoMorphou bishop now claims gay men have a ‘nasty smell’UndoUK plays Brexit hardball with ‘stubborn’ EUUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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