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Cepeda: No one wins the oppression Olympics

CHICAGO The Pew Research Center recently polled Americans on their belief in white privilege, and the results should surprise no one: Though a majority (56 percent) of people of all races and ethnicities believe white people benefit either "a great deal" or "a fair amount" from their race, only 46....
 

Business Licenses

New business licenses as provided by the Hamilton County Clerk's office Oct. 2 - 8, 2017. Abba Contract Inc., Various Locations, Chattanooga, Charlotte M. Garrison. Al Bakara Bakery & Deli, 6013 Stardust Trail, Hixson, Savo Amen. American Transport, 6519 Hunter Road, Harrison, Enoch Ryabchuk.

Construction workers warned about overdose epidemic

Male construction workers have fallen victim to B.C.’s deadly overdose epidemic, prompting organizations representing them to brainstorm with health officials in Vancouver’s suburbs about how to better protect them. “I was shocked to learn that there’s a high rate of opioid overdose in men from ages....

Australian State Enacts Landmark Laws to Revive Aboriginal Languages

SYDNEY — In Australia, a drive is on to restore the identity and culture of the country’s native, non-European peoples. New South Wales is the first state to pass laws to recognize and revive indigenous languages. Dozens of languages and dialects are thought to have been lost since European colonization in the late 18th century.

RESHUFFLING THE CABINET SECRETLY INSIDE THE MIND

By Mazviwanza Shiri| Yet again, there has been a cabinet reshuffle because the nation has slid into economic and social decline reminiscent of the malaise of 2008. Will the new cabinet do any better, one wonders. Is this the correct course of action to pursue or are we on a wild goose chase that....

AP News in Brief at 12:04 a.m. EDT

Wildfires now up to 100 miles wide as death toll reaches 40. SONOMA, Calif. (AP) — The California wildfires raced toward wineries and the historic town of Sonoma on Saturday, chasing hundreds more people from their homes and threatening to roll back firefighters’ modest gains against fires that....

Education News Roundup

A look at news from and about area schools, universities and colleges: *The Georgia National Fair celebrates the state’s heritage, people and agriculture each fall. This year, the 11-day event featured the work of Brenau University associate professor of art and design, Claudia Wilburn.

Austrian election campaign wraps up with patriotism — and a 'dirt bucket'

"Somebody is finally doing something for us Austrians," exclaims a 19-year-old student at an FPÖ election event in the south of Vienna (top photo), traditionally a working-class district ruled by the SPÖ. But those days are long over. The FPÖ has already reached the heart of the electorate.

Sydney commuters to benefit from thousands of new public transport services from November

Thousands of new services will be added to public transport timetables from late November, the NSW government has confirmed. From November 26, new ferry services, extra weekly train services and thousands of new bus services will start running to reduce journey times for commuters.

Most voters in NSW support medical euthanasia: poll

An overwhelming majority of NSW residents support a law that would give the terminally ill the right to end their lives with a doctor's assistance, an exclusive poll has found. About 70 per cent of NSW voters support changing the law to allow voluntary euthanasia for terminally ill people, a ReachTEL poll commissioned by Fairfax Media has found.

Three weeks to negotiate coalition agreements, just hours to sign them off

NZ First carried out dozens of meetings during five days of negotiations with Labour and National in tandem. Labour then carried out parallel negotiations with partner party the Greens. Peters met with his party caucus on Friday, then announced he would hold an all-day joint caucus and board meeting on Monday, starting at 10.

Tiny Tararua town's initiative builds one of New Zealand's most remote petrol stations

A tiny Tararua town has blazed trails, broken ground and raised a quarter of a million dollars in a two-year passion project to bring back a village petrol station. In a New Zealand first, the people of Pongaroa jointly funded and built one of the country's most remote petrol stations, which opened on Saturday.

Opposition, government vie for votes in polarized Venezuela

A damage poster of ruling party candidate Hector Rodriguez, who is running for governor of Miranda state is seen in Caracas, Venezuela, Saturday, Oct 14, 2017. Venezuelans head to the ballot box Sunday in regional elections that could tilt a majority of the states’ 23 governorships back into....

Car bombs kill at least 22 in Somalia's capital Mogadishu

The first explosion - in the city's K5 Junction area which is lined with government offices, hotels, and restaurants - destroyed several buildings and set dozens of vehicles on fire. "We know that at least 20 civilians are dead while dozens of others are wounded," said Abdullahi Nur, a police officer who was in the area.

California 'horror' fires kill at least 40, deadliest in state history

More than 10,000 firefighters supported by air tankers and helicopters overhead were battling 16 major wildfires, some encompassing several smaller merged blazes, in areas north of San Francisco that have consumed nearly 214,000 acres (86,000 hectares) over seven days, or roughly 334 square miles (865 sq km) - an area larger than New York City.

Doors open on Downtown Line 3 for preview ahead of Oct 21 launch

SINGAPORE: Ahead of its official opening on Oct 21 , an Open House was held for the Downtown Line 3 (DTL3) on Sunday (Oct 15) to give the public a preview of all 16 stations on the 21km line. A host of activities have been planned from Fort Canning Station to Expo Station from 10am to 6pm under the theme Rail of Fun.

Tears and joy on Britain’s St. Helena as 'world's most useless airport' finally opens

JAMESTOWN, St. Helena: One of humanity’s most isolated outposts joined the 21st century on Saturday when the British island of St. Helena, home to "the world's most useless airport", welcomed its first commercial flight. As the inaugural plane from Johannesburg touched down on the forbidding....

The Guyana Foundation to tackle mental health issues

Providence, to raise awareness about mental health issues in Guyana. According to Managing Director of the organization, Susan Isaacs, the Guyana Foundation has spearheaded a number of initiatives to tackle the issue. She noted that the work of the Foundation in the area of mental health has been....

Fire Prevention Week …Fire Prevention Officer calls for amendment to safety laws

The need for amendments to the Fire Prevention Act, (FPA) was highlighted during the recent observance of Fire Prevention Week. Chief Fire Prevention Officer, Andrew Holder, said that the Guyana Fire Service has been calling for the Act to be amended to give the Fire Service more power to prosecute....

Local University forges partnerships to introduce oil and gas-related programmes

According to Dr. O’Toole, the recent visit was one intended to help guide the formulation of a five-year training programme in the areas of electrical, mechanical and operations management in response to the oil and gas discoveries in Guyana. He disclosed that “we found every door open on this visit....

UDFA/ GT Beer Inter Association semifinals on tonight at Linden…Upper Demerara face Georgetown, West Demerara clash with Essequibo/Pomeroon

and West Demerara who face the fast rising Essequibo /Pomeroon at the Mackenzie Sports Club ground tonight. At 21.00hrs, in what should be a big crowd puller, local side Upper Demerara, who played unbeaten winning their three matches and topped their group, will face the second finisher in the opposite group Georgetown.

Guest Editorial…DISTORTION THE TRUTH

It is becoming clearer by the day that the leader of the opposition is not only peddling false information to the press, but he is also causing great harm to the PPP with his hypocritical and reckless behaviour. And if the senior leaders of the party do not rein him in, the party could be....

2 Democratic women vying to be New Orleans mayor in runoff

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — New Orleans voters won't decide a successor to Mayor Mitch Landrieu until November, but one thing is settled: The city's next mayor will be a woman. City Council member Latoya Cantrell and former municipal court Judge Desiree Charbonnet, both Democrats, led the 18-candidate....

Things to know about Venezuela's elections for governors

A man pass close a wall with posters of ruling party candidate Hector Rodriguez, who is running for governor of Miranda state in Caracas, Venezuela, Saturday, Oct 14, 2017. Venezuelans head to the ballot box Sunday in regional elections that could tilt a majority of the states’ 23 governorships back....

New Orleans school taxes earn renewal from voters

The members pose for a picture as the new Orleans Parish School Board is sworn in at the OPSB offices in Algiers on Thursday, January 12, 2017.( New Orleans voters opted to renew three property taxes that fund public school employee salaries, supplies and disciplinary programs.

McKenna wins Orleans coroner's race vs. dropout Rouse

Dr. Dwight McKenna claimed a victory in his third try for Orleans Parish coroner, taking the race in which he did not have to campaign because he faced an incumbent who dropped out. Dr. Jeffrey Rouse remained on the ballot because his decision came after a deadline to pull his name from the ballot.

Austrian election campaign wraps up with patriotism — and a 'dirt bucket'

"Somebody is finally doing something for us Austrians," exclaims a 19-year-old student at an FPÖ election event in the south of Vienna (top photo), traditionally a working-class district ruled by the SPÖ. But those days are long over. The FPÖ has already reached the heart of the electorate.

Male infertility a reality in UAE

Dubai: One in five couples in the UAE face infertility-related issues and in almost 50 per cent of the cases, men are the causative factor, according to a study of UAE males, both expatriates and Emiratis. The issue of male infertility is, in fact, a worldwide issue as reported by several studies....

Shreveport to get 'culinary hub' for budding chefs

The kitchen will be open to amateur chefs and restaurateurs to test their skills, learn new techniques and participate in ongoing culinary classes for reasonable fees. Southern University at Shreveport will staff, manage and offer classes through its workforce training center. "Outreach and engagement efforts revealed that many food entrepreneurs ....

Schumer: FDA must reverse decision delaying e-cig regulation

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is calling on the federal government to reverse a recent decision to delay the regulation of e-cigarettes. The New York Democrat said Sunday that the Food and Drug Administration should reconsider its decision announced earlier this year to put regulating electronic cigarettes on hold.

Pakistan expected to remain on sustained growth path

ISLAMABAD: A high-level Pakistani delegation held various bilateral discussions on the sidelines of the International Monetary Fund/World Bank annual meetings, according to a press release received on Saturday. The delegation, comprising Finance Secretary Shahid Mahmood, State Bank of Pakistan (SBP)....
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