Police are on the hunt for a killer following a day time attack in Cowley.The victim stumbled into The Regal club on Cowley Road at 11.50am on Monday, suffering stab wounds to the neck. He was later pronounced dead at the JR Hospital.Streets around the area were later cordoned off as more than 30 detectives began investigations. The police raided four homes, seized CCTV and increased patrols in the area, but the stabber has not been caught. No arrests have so far been made.“I would like to reassure the community this appears to be a targeted attack,” said Det Chief Insp Mike Saunders.
Facebook Coronavirus has reached northern Indiana Twitter Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ By Darrin Wright – March 9, 2020 0 716 CoronavirusIndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market WhatsApp Pinterest Google+ A chemists puts on gloves as he prepares hydroalcoholic gel solution for professionals in Paris, Monday, March 9, 2020. The government allowed chemists to produce hydroalcoholic gels due to shortage in France. (AP Photo/Michel Euler) The fourth case of coronavirus in The Hoosier State has been confirmed, and this time it’s been found in Noble County.Dr. Terry Gaff of the Noble County Health Department says tests on a patient have come back with a “presumptive positive” result of COVID-19 and is now in isolation at an unspecified Noble County medical facility.The East Noble School Corporation has told parents that the patient does not have school-age children and doesn’t live within the school district, so schools are not expecting to close as a preventative measure at this time. WhatsApp Previous articleDems look to Michigan primary as testing ground for NovemberNext articleElkhart Pipe Bomber sentenced Darrin Wright
The Queen has been pleased to approve that the honour of Damehood be conferred upon Sara Elizabeth Cockerill, Q.C. on her appointment as a Justice of the High Court.Background informationSara Cockerill, QC was called to the Bar in 1990, became a member of Essex Court Chambers on completion of pupillage in 1991 and took silk in 2011.
Find out more about this competition and apply. road design and related infrastructure including line markings, signs, posts, gantries, crash barriers and lighting columns traffic management such as traffic signals and any other means of controlling traffic flow road rules and regulations including such things as speed limits and waiting or loading restrictions Competition information Find out more about SBRI and how it works. Funding for the competition is under SBRI (Small Business Research Initiative).Up to £150,000 is available for feasibility studies in a first phase. The best project could attract £50,000 to develop it further in a second phase. The National Infrastructure Commission and Highways England have up to £200,000 to invest in projects that look at changes to roads and related infrastructure to maximise the benefits of driverless and connected vehicle technologies.Change in how we use roadsSelf-driving cars could be on UK roads in the next decade.The way we use roads could change as a result. Vehicles could move in convoys, there may be no need for traffic lights, and lane directions could change depending on the time of day.Practical ideas on design and managementThe competition is seeking practical ideas on designing and managing roads in 3 areas: the competition is open, and the deadline for registration is at midday on 7 March 2018 it is open to any organisation that can demonstrate a route to market for its idea we expect phase 1 contracts to be worth up to £30,000 successful projects will attract 100% funded development contracts a briefing event will be held on 31 January 2018
The brand guidelines explain who can use the CARE identity and how it should be applied.The CARE logos are protected by law and may not be reproduced without permission. Only original artwork files should be used and you should not attempt to recreate them yourself.
While shopping malls often have music playing, very rarely is that music as intimate as what you’re about to see. The Brothers Comatose have a new album called The Covers EP: Volume 2 out now (order it here), and did some direct marketing at the Westfield Mall in San Francisco, CA. There, the five piece string outfit set up shop inside the elevator, and let hilarity ensue as they performed covers for unsuspecting crowds inside the elevator!Now dubbed “The Elevator Sessions,” these videos capture the band in their element, interacting with fans and playing the music they love. “It’s been super fun seeing people’s reactions to the moment the elevator doors open and there’s a full band playing inside,” says Ben Morrison. “It brings lots of smiles and laughter, which is really what we’re all about.”The first video from the series sees The Brothers Comatose perform a cover of CAKE’s “Stickshifts and Safetybelts.” No strangers to unique covers, the brothers actually started their band by playing back wall covers, and ultimately grew into writing their own music. This cover really takes the CAKE!Check out the first Elevator Sessions video below, filmed by Jacob Skaggs, featuring The Brothers Comatose’s performance of “Stickshifts and Safetybelts” at the Westfield Mall in San Francisco.Ben Morrison tells us more about how the video came to be. “Jacob Skaggs (our video maker) actually brought the idea of playing and filming in an elevator. We brainstormed ways to make the most of it and figured doing it in downtown San Francisco during the holidays would make for the craziest and most memorable moments. We figured it would be chaotic with everyone shopping for the holidays and it definitely turned out that way. All 5 of the band members, plus Jacob and a sound guy, packed into the large elevator in Macy’s in downtown SF and we just started playing. We would go from floor to floor and 90% of the time, the doors would open and people would get excited and hop on with us to hear us play a song. Ultimately, we got the opportunity to make people smile for that short ride to their next floor and hopefully the craziness of it sticks with them and makes their day a little better.”Right on! We can’t wait for more Elevator Sessions videos to emerge from this awesome concept.Don’t miss The Brothers Comatose on the road. Find their tour schedule below, and head to their website for more details.Brothers Comatose Tour Dates2/23 — State Room — Salt Lake City, UT2/24 — Winter Wondergrass Festival — Steamboat, CO2/25 — Winter Wondergrass Festival — Steamboat, CO2/26 — Winter Wondergrass Festival — Steamboat, CO2/27 — Center For The Arts — Crested Butte, CO^3/1 — Olympic — Boise, ID^3/2 — Knotty Pine — Victor, ID^3/3 — Filling Station — Bozeman, MT^3/4 — Top Hat — Missoula, MT^3/5 — The Bartlett — Spokane, WA^3/7 — Brewminatti — Prosser, WA^3/8 — Green Frog — Bellingham, WA^3/9 — Tractor Tavern — Seattle, WA**3/10 — Tractor Tavern — Seattle, WA**3/11 — Revolution Hall — Portland, OR**^ w/ Rainbow Girls** w/ Hillstomp and Rainbow Girls
The measure will make it possible “to engage in exhaustive monitoring in both countries, especially in the case of theft of motorboats,” the officer indicated in a statement. He added that the action originated in a binational coordination meeting of the border port captaincies, held last week in Esmeraldas (in northwestern Ecuador), where shared problems were evaluated. So far this year, the Colombian Navy has detained a dozen Ecuadorean-flagged fishing vessels for being in Colombian Pacific waters illegally. The Colombian and Ecuadorean Navies have agreed to exchange information with a view toward combatting illicit activities along the maritime border between the two countries, the Ecuadorean service’s national director of aquatic spaces, Rear Admiral Luis Chávez, announced on April 16. By Dialogo April 18, 2012 Chávez said that in addition, communications protocols and mechanisms for when vessels and crew members from other countries are apprehended were established, as well as plans to hold a binational search-and-rescue exercise in Colombia during the second half of 2012.
by: David MorrisonCardtronics, the nation’s single largest independent ATM deployer and part owner of the popular Allpoint fee-free ATM network, announced Tuesday that 7-Eleven, its largest retail client, would no longer host its ATMs past mid-2017.Cardtronics and its partially owned subsidiary, Allpoint, established partner agreements with CU24 as well as the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association, Maryland and DC Credit Union Association and Delaware Credit Union League, along with the New Jersey Credit Union League and Illinois Credit Union League, according to the network’s website.In a July 7 statement, Cardtronics said 7-Eleven announced that it had selected a related entity of 7-Eleven’s parent company as its next ATM provider. The existing agreement between Cardtronics and 7-Eleven remains in full force and effect until mid-2017. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
25 Ocean Rd, Brooms Head, New South WalesRecently refurbished, the three-bedroom residence is one of only 11 absolute beachfront properties at Brooms Head. It is supplied by town water, with its light and airy interior featuring neutral colour schemes, ceiling fans, louvre windows and tiled flooring.A covered back deck borders a grassy yard and looks to beautiful views over the ocean and sandy beach, while a front patio sits beyond a white picket fence.Agent Barry Quinn described Driftaway as arguably the most affordable beachfront house on Australia’s East Coast, with the residence idyllic for use as either a family home or holiday destination. 25 Ocean Rd, Brooms Head, New South WalesMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours ago“Surrounded by Yuraygir National Park, a renowned water wonderland with more than 60km of isolated, untouched coastline, quiet lake systems and striking scenery, Brooms Head is without doubt one of the last coastal havens,” Mr Quin said.“The small coastal village is accessed via a relaxing drive through the national park and both cattle and cane farms, and offers a wonderful village atmosphere along with pristine beaches, unlimited fishing, boating and surfing opportunities and stunning outlooks.” 25 Ocean Rd, Brooms Head, New South WalesIT may be south of the border but this may well be the ultimate in beachfront retreats.The three bedroom beachfront cottage is at 25 Ocean Rd, Brooms Head, just south of the border.Called Driftaway, the property is an absolute beachfront cottage set on 651sq m along a spectacular strip of coastline just south of Yamba. 25 Ocean Rd, Brooms Head, New South WalesMr Quinn said what made Driftaway particularly remarkable was its location directly where both the north and south arms of Cakora Lagoon joined as it entered the ocean.“The outlook from the home is an ever-changing beach, water and sand view as the tide moves in and out,” he said.“The clear salt water lagoons are quite shallow and great for children, especially the tots.“This is definitely a very dynamic water ecosystem — if your passion is water you will not find a better located absolute beachfront location. 25 Ocean Rd, Brooms Head, New South Wales“The wonderful views of the ocean, headland, lagoon and coastline are a real feature from both inside and outside the home; once you’re seated under the large covered beachfront patio with a cold drink you won’t want to move.”DETAILS:Inspections: By appointmentAuction: Level 26, 111 Eagle St, Brisbane, February 23, 10.30amAgents: Barry Quinn and Daniel Kelly, Ray White Yamba and Ray White RuralTel: 32312222, 0409 828 342 (BQ) and 0408 669 646 (DK).
LocalNews Kenrick Tyson sentenced to life imprisonment for murder by: – March 28, 2012 Share Kenrick Tyson. Life in prison is the sentence Kenrick Tyson was given when he appeared before Judge Bernie Stephenson Brooks in the High Court on Wednesday Morning.On February 23rd, 2012 a nine member jury found Tyson guilty of murdering Cecil James of Concord between the 9th and 10th of May, 2009.Based on the evidence led in Court Tyson struck James on the head with a piece of 2 x 4” wood and he was found laying on his bed at Hibiscus Valley Inn in Concord by a co-worker Nigel Warrington on the 10th of May, 2009.The Director of Public Prosecutions Gene Pestaina called eight witnesses to testify including the former girl friend of the accused whose testimony implicated him.It was her evidence that both she and the accused waited for the deceased outside his house in a ‘shack’, saw James come home, waited until he went to sleep and struck him on the head three times with a piece of wood.The defence team did not call any witnesses after the state closed its case but made an application for a no case submission. Defense counsel Wayne Norde told the Court that the Prosecution failed to provide evidence; pathologist report or autopsy report, indicating what the cause of death was and without that crucial evidence he argued the trial should be dismissed.That submission was not upheld by Justice Stevenson Brooks and the jury proceeded to deliberate and found Tyson guilty.Based on a pre-sentence social inquiry and psychiatric report which was ordered by Justice Stevenson-Brooks, Tyson, who is the father of 6 children, was brought up in a “destitute upbringing”. He was also portrayed as “aggressive, a known criminal element in society and one who terrorized the community” by members of his community.The report also made reference to Tysons’ alcohol use and that he had shown “no remorse for his actions”.The psychiatric report from consultant psychiatrist Dr. Griffin Benjamin stated that Tyson was not diagnosed with any “psychiatric conditions and that he had not accepted responsibility for the murder”.Benjamin’s report further stated that Tyson had showed very little remorse for his actions”.In her sentencing report Justice Brooks said she noted that Tyson had suffered “the loss of a limb during the ordeal,” however she also considered that he “failed to show remorse for his actions” coupled with the “bad social inquiry report painted by members of his community and peers”.Justice Stevenson-Brooks said the murder was “coldblooded, brutal and senseless” and there is need to send a “strong message to all, that crimes which ultimately result in the death of a person will not be tolerated”.She said “the aggravating factors had outweighed the mitigation facts” but she will “temper justice with mercy” and sentence him to life imprisonment for a crime which carries a penalty of death.Tyson who was represented by Wayne Norde disclosed to reporters after the sentencing that he intends to appeal the sentence.Dominica Vibes News Share Share Sharing is caring! 111 Views one comment Tweet