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O'Reilly returns with a smaller soapbox, vowing 'the truth will come out'

Without missing a beat, blustery conservative commentator Bill O'Reilly returned to the microphone Monday night – just as his former shop, Fox News Channel, was introducing its O'Reilly-free schedule. O'Reilly's first appearance since being fired last week by Fox News' parent company was not on....
 

North Korea quiet amid expectation of missile follow-up

By ERIC TALMADGE Associated Press. PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) - A U.S. guided-missile submarine arrived in South Korea on Tuesday and envoys from the U.S., Japan and South Korea met in Tokyo, as North Korea prepared to mark the anniversary of the founding of its military.

OAAN appoints Utomi, Akande as patrons, awaits Sanusi’s acceptance

Vice President OAAN, Emmanuel Ajufo; Patron, Pat Utomi, President OAAN Babatunde Adedoyin, and Assistant General Secretary, OAAN, Tunde Oyekan at the Outdoor Advertising Association of Nigeria’s conferment of patron on Utomi in his office in Victoria Island, Lagos recently.

Suspected cult members raze shops, houses in Mushin 31 mins ago News

Idi-Oro, Mushin area of Lagos State, was yesterday a theatre of war after some irate youth gangs started a fight and rival cult groups engaged in a free-for-all, burning houses and shops amid a looting spree. The Guardian learnt that the cult clash, which broke out at the Alamutu end of Idi-Oro, in....

Campaign of calumny against Imo House of Assembly - Part 1 17 mins ago

My attention has been drawn to a write-up by one Major General Ogunedo (rtd), hereinafter called Mr. Ogunedo, titled, “A Plea (to the Speaker, Imo State House of Assembly (IMHA), Owerri) in Respect of the Report of the House Committee on Judiciary, Chieftaincy Affairs and Autonomous Communities on a....

The challenges before higher education

Higher education has become a problem for us in Nigeria, indeed in Africa: thinking outside the box is not part of the accepted academic framework and mental orientation. It is not one of the goals of the syllabus. To complicate matters the level of in-breeding within the system greatly stultifies profound thinking.

Lagos Assembly calls for rules on soccer view centres 24 mins ago

Following the death of some football fans in Calabar, Cross River State, the Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Mudashiru Obasa, has called on the executive arm of government in the state to come up with a regulation that would forestall such devastating occurrence for future purposes.

Requiem for Dipo Famakinwa

The death of Dipo Famakinwa is a very sad one. I have known the Director General of Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) for a few years now and I have come to respect not only his maturity, quiet personality, relational skills, solid professionalism, but also his sound credentials as a....

El-Rufai commends Nigerian Breweries

The Governor of Kaduna State, Mallam Nasir Ahmad el-Rufai, has commended Nigerian Breweries Plc for its role in economic development of the state, as it remains the biggest taxpayer in Kaduna State. El-Rufai, who was at Nigerian Breweries stand at the just-concluded Kaduna Economic and Investment Summit (KadInvest 2.

Osun Revenue Board gets new CEO

The government of the state of Osun in a move to increase its internally generated revenue (IGR) and recoup over N30 billion tax owed by several organisations, has streamlined the Osun Internal Revenue Service (OIRS) with the reformation of the organisational structure for optimum performance.

Connect to Congress Connect to Congress: Special elections' wake-up call

Democratic candidate for Georgia's Sixth Congressional Seat Jon Ossoff speaks to supporters during an election-night watch party Tuesday, April 18, 2017, in Dunwoody, Ga. (AP Photo/John Bazemore) WASHINGTON ( Sinclair Broadcast Group ) - Congress returns to Washington this week after a two-week....

Affidavit: Hudson teacher had sex with 4 students, 2 at same time

LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - A Hudson ISD kindergarten teacher admitted to having sex with four students, two at the same time and two others on multiple occasions, according to an arrest affidavit. Heather Lee Robertson, 38, of Lufkin, is charged with four counts of improper relationship between educator and student.

At least global warming may get Americans off the couch more

WATCH Thousands march around the world expressing support for science. Global warming's milder winters will likely nudge Americans off the couch more in the future, a rare, small benefit of , a new study finds. climate change With less chilly winters, Americans will be more likely to get outdoors,....

New Orleans takes down white supremacist monument

WATCH Historic Moment: Confederate Flag Comes Down at the South Carolina Statehouse. A monument to a deadly white-supremacist uprising in 1874 was removed under cover of darkness by workers in masks and bulletproof vests Monday as New Orleans joined the movement to take down symbols of the Confederacy and the Jim Crow South.

Reducing inequality necessary to achieve growth – World Bank

At a communiqué at the end of the Spring Meeting of the World Bank/IMF in Washington DC, the Committee noted that technological change, trade, financial flows, and economic integration have helped boost incomes and have narrowed the economic gaps between countries. But these gains have not always been shared evenly within countries.

Oluvil fisheries harbour to close down

Fishing activities at the Oluvil harbour in Ampara is to be halted as the government is unable to bear the cost of maintenance, Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Minister Mahinda Amaraweera said yesterday. Minister Mahinda Amaraweera and ministry officials had discussed the function of the harbour....

Trump slaps first tariffs on Canadian lumber

By Patrick Gillespie NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- The Trump administration is hitting Canada with stiff tariffs of up to 24% on lumber shipped into the United States. These are the first tariffs imposed by President Trump, who during his election campaign threatened to use them on imports from both China and Mexico.

Nandlall arrested for law books -says keys to storehouse with overseas relative

FORMER Attorney General, Anil Nandlall, was on Monday arrested and questioned over some $2.5M worth of law reports which he had taken away from the Ministry of Legal Affairs, allegedly with the permission of former President Donald Ramotar. Back in November 2015, the then Permanent Secretary of the....

Vanessa Braithwaite

THE Indian Action Committee (IAC) will be hosting a grand mela in Essequibo and another in Berbice to commemorate the 179th anniversary of the arrival of East Indians in Guyana. According to a... RESTAURANTS across Guyana will be engaged in a more festive promotion of local culinary culture as the....

To deny AG access to the Court is to deny the State itself access to its own court

Dear Editor, THE Attorney General is the custodian and guardian of our national patrimony (both land and chattel assets, excepting where statute e.g. the lands Department Act Cap 59:01; State Lands Act Cap 62:01 vests such custodianship in the President). Anil Nandlall knows this. Or, he ought to know.

Congratulations to Carifta Games team

Dear Editor Guyana’s exceptional performances and achievements at the recently held Carifta Games in Curacao must be lauded. The team of young athletes has made us proud. Likewise, the Government must be commended for its unprecedented initiative of providing scholarships for the successful Carifta Games team.

Guyana courts UK investors …President upbeat, says renewed interest being shown

PRESIDENT David Granger said that Guyana’s future as an investment capital is a promising one and that foreign investors are keen on coming here in light of his government’s efforts to create a conducive environment for business and commerce. The President made these comments during a meeting with Caribbean Council’s Managing Director, Mr.

PM gets advice on new broadcasting regulations

PRIME Minister Moses Nagamootoo,who is performing the functions of President,on Monday received advice on the Broadcasting Regulations from Chairman of the Guyana National Broadcasting Authority (GNBA), Leslie Sobers. The handing over of the document took place at the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM), Ministry of the Presidency.

Tackling malaria

MALARIA cases in Guyana today are less of a headache in terms of volume, compared to what obtained about two decades ago. It is a story which would be amiss if it does not begin with praise for the outstanding work of local health professionals, even though much still remains to be done.

PAO seeks more funds amid surge in drug cases

PAO Chief Persida Rueda Acosta says, the number of drug-related cases being handled by her office has surged since the Duterte administration began its campaign against illegal drugs. “Nagsumbong na kami kay Pangulong Duterte na hindi pa kami sinusuportahan ng DBM (we already complained to President....

Slip could close Manawatu Gorge for three weeks say officials

Two slips will likely see the Manawatu Gorge road closed for three weeks. Both lanes were closed on the slip-prone road, State Highway 3, yesterday. The NZ Transport Agency says one of the slips at the southern end of the gorge is expected to take about a day and a half to clear.

Article promoting Trump’s private Mar-a-Lago resort taken down from State Department website

The State Department on Monday removed from its website an article about the history and lavish furnishings of President Donald Trump’s privately owned Florida resort club Mar-a-Lago, following questions about whether the federal government improperly promoted Trump’s moneymaking enterprises. Sen.

North Korea quiet amid expectation of missile follow-up

By ERIC TALMADGE Associated Press. PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) - A U.S. guided-missile submarine arrived in South Korea on Tuesday and envoys from the U.S., Japan and South Korea met in Tokyo, as North Korea prepared to mark the anniversary of the founding of its military.

Ivanka Trump heads to Berlin for women's conference

By CATHERINE LUCEY Associated Press. WASHINGTON (AP) - Ivanka Trump's advocacy for women and girls will take her to a conference in Berlin Tuesday, an attention-getting first international outing aimed at building support for investment in women's economic empowerment programs.

Town of Amherst to review where addiction treatment facilities can be located

AMHERST, N.Y. (WIVB)- Callan Gray, News 4 Reporter A heated debate is underway in Amherst over the location of an addiction treatment facility. “This needs to be separated from people, it’s too close to people,” said John Radzikowski, who lives on N Ivyhurst Rd. Catholic Health wants to build a clinic at the end of N Ivyhurst Rd.

Major Adelaide road upgrade used contaminated cement

South Road upgrade work used contaminated cement, SA Government confirms. Posted April 25, 2017 14:00:33. Contaminated cement was used during construction work on Adelaide's South Road upgrade project in early April, the South Australian Government has confirmed. The from Adelaide Brighton Cement.
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