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Mike Sandrock: 'Coach warm-up' -- be thankful for what we have in boulder

Sometimes it takes an outside observer to remind us to pause from our busy lives and think about what we have to be thankful for. Such was my feeling last week when I chatted with top Kenyan coach John Mwithiga at a party to celebrate the recent success of some of his runners living and training in....
 

Moon's Second Economic Team Vows to Pursue Income-led Growth in Close Cooperation

Anchor: Newly appointed heads of economic policy in the Moon Jae-in administration say they will closely work together to reinvigorate the economy by pursuing three key policies of income growth, innovation and fair competition. Lee Bo-kyung has the story.

S. Korean Abducted in Libya in July in Good Health

Anchor: Some 130 days have passed since a South Korean was abducted by armed forces in Libya. Though no demands have been made by the abductors, the detained South Korean is said to be safe and in good health. Our Bae Joo-yon has more. Report: A Foreign Ministry official in Seoul told reporters on....

Liverpool property company North Point Global 'has been the subject of a HMRC VAT investigation' Liverpool Echo

© LIVERPOOL ECHO North Point,Pall Mall. A property company linked to a number of stalled projects across Liverpool has been subject to a HM Revenue & Customs 'VAT investigation'. In 2016 building work on several North Point Global sites such as New Chinatown , Pall Mall and Baltic House stalled....

Deliveroo in drive to find missing people Sky News

© Getty LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 16: A Deliveroo rider cycles through central London on February 16, 2018 in London, England. Millions of part-time and flexible workers in the so-called gig economy are to receive new rights including sick and holiday pay under a new government reform.

Ex-farm supervisor charged over Australia strawberry sabotage

By AFP 51 mins ago in World Police investigating a major Australian strawberry needle contamination scare that sparked nationwide panic on Monday identified a former farm supervisor as their main suspect. Pins and needles were found stuck into the fruit in September, leading supermarkets to pull....

Update 3 – 12 Dead İn Flash Floods İn Jordan

*UPDATES DEATH TOLL, ADDS FURTHER DETAILS By Laith Joneidi At least 12 people have been killed in flash floods across Jordan, a government spokeswoman said on Saturday. "Victims of bad weather in Jordan have risen to 12," Jumana Ghunaimat said in a statement. She said a civil defense team diver was among those killed in the floods.

REUTERS - China, HK stocks edge higher as govt ramps up support for private sector

China, HK stocks edge higher as govt ramps up support for private sector. * SSEC, CSI300 indexes gain 0.7 pct * HSI up 0.3 pct ahead of Tencent earnings * Govt relaxes rules on share buybacks, planning tax cuts By Noah Sin HONG KONG, Nov 12 (Reuters) - Stocks in China and Hong Kong edged higher on....

CBL Insurance's dark past revealed in court, directors disguised true state of business for many years

CBL directors failed to disclose the true state of the insurance company for several years, while new details have emerged about the financial backing of a suspected South American drug kingpin, a court has heard. CBL Insurance, a subsidiary of CBL Corporation, was put into liquidation by the....

The Front Page podcast: Teachers strike, church child abuse investigated

Each weekday The Front Page keeps you up to date with the biggest news in New Zealand. Today it's thousands of teachers striking, churches included in inquiry into child abuse, and kiwi being brought back to the hills of our capital. Hosted by Frances Cook.

Woman faces court over strawberry contamination in Australia

A 50-year-old woman who has been charged with seven counts of contamination over the strawberry needle incidents that sparked a nationwide crisis has been told it is too soon to apply for bail. The woman, My Ut Trinh, a former Queensland strawberry farm employee known as Judy, appeared in Brisbane....

Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in State Care largest ever undertaken in New Zealand, says Sir Anand Satyanand

An inquiry into the historic abuse of children in state care will also look at similar abuse in religious organisations such as the Church, religious schools and communities, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced. As well as mainstream religions such as the Catholic and Anglican Churches,....

Survivor Darryl Smith on abuse inquiry expansion into churches: 'It's about time'

Despite the uncertainty, Smith said he would be telling his story as part of the inquiry. "It's made me feel a lot happier, that I can actually talk about the church as well as the state. I can talk about both now.'' His comments came after the Cabinet decision to expand the scope of the inquiry was....

State of Pasifika community in New Zealand to be revealed at Pacific Summit

The Pacific Aotearoa Summit will launch a series of reports looking at different aspects involving members of the Pacific community here. The Lalanga Fou (BOTH CORRECT) report takes into account the thoughts and feedback given by up to 2500 Pasifika people from around New Zealand over a four-month period.

Auckland cycleways overestimated demand to obtain taxpayer funding, says Auckland Transport report

Auckland Transport may have used exaggerated figures to receive taxpayer dollars for four cycleways in the city, says an internal AT report. "The cycle demand was overestimated in all the four business cases" for the Quay St, Nelson St, Grafton Gully and Beach Rd cycleways, says an AT report, obtained by the Herald.

Japan's Abe Calls for Public Works Spending to Help Economy

TOKYO — Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called Monday for a new public works spending program to stimulate the economy amid growing concerns about global risks. The spending, which is expected in the first half of next fiscal year starting in April, will focus on strengthening infrastructure to....

Historical building in North Country to be revitalized

A home to a former pharmaceutical company in northern New Hampshire will be renovated to make room for a market, a produce distribution group, and apartments. The 1860s Parker J. Noyes Building on Lancaster's Main Street, named for the former head of a company that invented machinery to sugarcoat....

Trauma counselling service announced for abuse survivors

A statewide trauma counselling service to support survivors of institutional child sexual abuse has been announced as part of the National Redress Scheme. The Andrews Labor Government announced $12.3 million in funding over four years to deliver the Restore: Victorian Redress Counselling Service program, which is accessible from Monday.

Increase in jail sentences for people who conceal child sexual abuse

“These reforms will enable courts to impose longer sentences on people who protect paedophiles and other heinous child abusers. In light of recent caselaw, we have listened to the concerns of survivors and the broader community, including more than 13,000 people who signed a petition to Parliament advocating this change,” Mr Speakman said.

Trauma counselling service announced for abuse survivors

A statewide trauma counselling service to support survivors of institutional child sexual abuse has been announced as part of the National Redress Scheme. The Andrews Labor Government announced $12.3 million in funding over four years to deliver the Restore: Victorian Redress Counselling Service program, which is accessible from Monday.

Increase in jail sentences for people who conceal child sexual abuse

“These reforms will enable courts to impose longer sentences on people who protect paedophiles and other heinous child abusers. In light of recent caselaw, we have listened to the concerns of survivors and the broader community, including more than 13,000 people who signed a petition to Parliament advocating this change,” Mr Speakman said.

Foley takes leave after harassment claim

Former NSW Labor leader Luke Foley won't be returning to state parliament for the final sitting weeks of the year after being accused of sexual harassment. Mr Foley resigned on Thursday after ABC journalist Ashleigh Raper issued a statement alleging he groped her at a 2016 Christmas party.

Florida election recount continues amid tensions, litigation

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) Mishaps, protests and litigation dominated Florida's first day of recounting the vote for pivotal races for governor and Senate, bringing back memories of the 2000 presidential fiasco. Much of the drama on Sunday centered on Broward and Palm Beach counties, home to large concentrations of Democratic voters.

Sunday November 11, 2018 03:16 PM Amity man admits taking knife into Berks courtroom

An Amity Township has admitted that he had a utility knife in his pocket while appearing in a Berks County courtroom in May for a hearing in his criminal case. Charles Mueller, 49, of the first block of Agata Drive pleaded guilty on Oct. 26 before President Judge Thomas G. Parisi to possession of a weapon in a court facility.

Disbanding organization distributes nearly $100,000 to 16 nonprofits who serve Oley Valley

Limekiln Camp 221 of the Patriotic Order Sons of America will disband at the end of the year, but its legacy will benefit area nonprofits. Camp trustees distributed its remaining treasury of $96,635 to 16 nonprofits that are in the Oley Valley or serve its residents.

ION treasury solution user UPS wins EuroFinance 2018 Treasury Excellence Award for Technology Implementation

ION treasury solution user UPS wins EuroFinance 2018 Treasury Excellence Award for Technology Implementation. PR Newswire. NEW YORK, Nov 12, 2018. NEW YORK, Nov 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- ION, the largest global provider of trading, analytics and risk management solutions for capital markets,....

Brewery heading to Avon, Game Day Tavern opens in NR: Short Takes on Avon, Avon Lake and North Ridgeville

The new franchise locations will be owned and operated by Aaron Rasmussen, Jim Maclellan, and Eric Engelke of Three 30 Ventures LLC. The Avon location is targeting a spring 2019 date for opening and will be located at 1813 Nagel Road near the GetGo Gas Station.

Pneumonia to kill nearly 11 mn children by 2030, study warns

Pneumonia will kill nearly 11 million children under five by 2030, experts warned Monday on a global day aimed at raising awareness of the biggest infectious killer of infants worldwide. While in the developed world the severe lung infection mainly affects the elderly, in developing nations it is....

Portland online banker Simple chooses Amazon exec as CEO

David Hijirida quit the banking industry a decade ago. He left Seattle-based Washington Mutual in 2007 - a year before its collapse - and went to Amazon, where he helped build the online retailer's global payments business. Now, after stints in Amazon's cloud computing and advertising business,....

Sunday November 11, 2018 02:34 PM Boyertown movie theater tops off renovations by adding a bar Drinks at the State Theatre, served a half-hour before the start of a show until an hour afterward, are sold only to those attending a showing.

The State Theatre, Boyertown, topped off its recent renovations with the October addition of a bar and liquor license. �We're adding to the theater experience for the public by serving beer and wine on Friday and Saturday evenings and special occasions,� said Charles Haddad, a Boyertown attorney who....

Sunday November 11, 2018 03:13 PM The Rundown: Race in 15th District too close to call

A winner has not yet been determined in the 15th Congressional District race. Republican Marty Northstein has a 58-vote lead over Democrat Susan Wild. Both candidates are from Lehigh County. With military ballots yet to be counted, it is too close to call.
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