APM Terminals Partners to Develop Terminal in Bangkok

first_imgzoomImage Courtesy: APM Terminals Container terminal operator APM Terminals has signed a memorandum of understanding with Sahathai Terminal PLC (PORT) and Mitr Phol Sugar to develop a greenfield container terminal in Bangkok, Thailand.The MoU was signed after Sahathai Terminal PLC (PORT) and Mitr Phol Sugar formed a joint venture to develop the container terminal in October 2018. APM Terminals’ participation is expected to further strengthen the joint venture.Completion of the transaction is subject to receiving applicable regulatory approvals and licenses, the company said.“In October 2018, PORT and Mitr Phol established a new company named Bangkok River Terminal Limited (BRT) to study the investment, and to apply for the BOI supporting scheme,” Sauwakun Karuchit, CEO of Sahathai Terminal, said.To feature a capacity of 345,000 TEU, the Bangkok River Terminal Limited (BRT) would accommodate Thailand’s rapidly-growing containerized import and export trade.“Once developed, we expect the terminal to play a critical role in lifting trade for Thailand. It will not only deliver higher reliability for global customers, but also enable more efficient multi-modal transportation options for Thai shippers, thereby delivering ease of doing business and growing Thailand’s economy,” Maarten Degryse, Managing Director, APM Terminals Inland Services, Thailand, said.last_img read more

Stelco pushes PM for help in dealing with changing landscape for steel

first_imgOTTAWA — Canadian steel producer Stelco is looking for more support from the federal government as the country’s steel and aluminum producers grapple with punishing U.S. tariffs imposed on exports of their products south of the border.Stelco Holdings Inc., president and executive chairman Alan Kestenbaum met with Justin Trudeau in Ottawa Thursday.While he thanked the prime minister for the government’s support of the metals industry since the imposition of American tariffs last year, Kestenbaum said steel producers are now facing new pressures.Stelco reported a surge in income and revenues in the final quarter of last year, despite the 25 per cent tariffs on steel imported from Canada that the Trump administration imposed last June.The company reported net income of $108 million on revenue of $648 million in the three months ending Dec. 31, compared with $16 million of income and revenues of $452 million during the same period in 2017.But the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) issued a report last week that could see Canadian import restrictions lifted on some steel products.The provisional safeguards announced in October, designed to shield domestic producers from a flood of imports into Canada resulting from the U.S. tariffs, were considered by the World Trade Organization as emergency measures and are set to expire in about a month’s time.Finance Minister Bill Morneau issued emergency import restrictions on seven products, arguing that they posed a serious threat to Canada’s steel industry.The CITT report, issued April 3, ruled the safeguards were warranted on just two of the seven products.The report is not binding on Morneau, who can choose to ignore some or all of the findings and make the safeguards permanent.“The measures that were put in place, the actions that were put in place, have enabled Stelco and other steel producers to really be able to operate well in this very, very difficult environment,” Kestenbaum said as he sat with Trudeau in the prime minister’s West Block office.“Today we’re here to talk about a changing landscape.”Kestenbaum suggested he was looking to Trudeau for help in preserving jobs in Canada’s steel industry.The prime minister told Kestenbaum his government is focused on supporting the steel industry and its workers as they continue to face what Trudeau described as “punitive” and “illegitimate” tariffs.Trudeau said officials from his government have been meeting “almost daily” with U.S. officials in attempts to have the duties lifted.In the meantime, the government is having discussions on how to support the metal industries, he said.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Trudeau uses NYU graduation speech to criticize growth in identity politics

first_imgNEW YORK, N.Y. – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s first order of business after descending on Donald Trump’s hometown Wednesday was to enlist thousands of newly minted American university graduates in the fight against a rising tide of intolerance and nationalism around the world.Officials had billed Trudeau’s three-day trip to New York and Boston as focused on trade and the economic relationship between Canada and the U.S., with looming NAFTA deadlines as a backdrop.But inside the towering stone, gilt-lettered facade of Yankee Stadium, Trudeau kicked off his latest U.S. visit with an earnest commencement speech to more than 10,000 enthusiastic, cheering New York University grads, urging them to break out of their comfort zones.Respect people who don’t look or think like you do, Trudeau said. Engage those with whom you may not agree. And take up a leadership role against the aggressive nationalism and identity politics that are making the world a far more complex place to live.“The leadership we need most today, and in the years to come, is leadership that brings people together,” he said, clad in a graduation gown of his own after receiving an honorary degree — the first world leader to get one from NYU while in office.“That brings diversity to a common cause. This is the antithesis of the polarization, the aggressive nationalism, the identity politics that have grown so common of late.”Trudeau did not mention the U.S. president or any other leaders by name in a speech that appeared to be targeting the kind of populist politics Trump represents, and was received warmly by the audience who roared loudly every time Trudeau appeared on the screen.One-fifth of the school’s 50,000 students are from outside the U.S., a tailor-made audience for Trudeau. Christopher Hearn, the student speaker at the commencement ceremony, was the director of diversity for student government and co-chair of the NYU Diversity Center.In a sentiment that likely rang familiar for Trudeau, Hearn began his speech referencing the fact that Yankee Stadium is built on land that once belonged to Native Americans. Hearn, who said he is a descendant of slaves, also paid homage to “my ancestors, who came from bondage.”Huddled under a sea of colourful umbrellas against a relentless rain, the audience saved its biggest cheers for any time Trudeau made mention of Canada’s refugee program, his government’s emphasis on human rights and the legitimacy of climate change.Seeking out people with different viewpoints and respecting those who hold different political opinions does not mean those perspectives all have merit, he noted.He mentioned advocates of female genital mutilation in the same breath as deniers of climate change — people who hold viewpoints that will never be valid, no matter how long they have been expressing those views or how loudly they do so.He urged graduates to do more than just tolerate other points of view, but to respect and hear what others say in service of a better understanding the world, rather than simply striving to win an argument.“Think about it: Saying ‘I tolerate you’ actually means something like, ‘OK, I grudgingly admit that you have a right to exist, but just don’t get up in my face about it. Or date my sister.’”“There’s not a religion in the world that asks you to ‘tolerate thy neighbour.’”The trip’s economic focus took on life following the NYU ceremony, when Trudeau met with a group of international pension-fund managers and BlackRock executives, alongside Janice Fukakusa, the chair of the Canada Infrastructure Bank, at BlackRock’s New York offices.With foreign investment in Canada — particular in the energy sector — struggling as Canada battles opposition to major energy projects like the Trans Mountain pipeline, encouraging investment is a critical element of Trudeau’s foreign policy.Trudeau noted Canada is now the only G7 nation that has a trade agreement in place with every other G7 nation, a fact that drew applause from the others around the table.He also met the heads of several major American companies, including Indra Nooyi, the chair and president of PepsiCo, the second-largest food and beverage company in the world.Trudeau spoke by phone with Trump earlier this week about the North American Free Trade Agreement, a conversation in which he told the president that a deal is possible, but only if some U.S. demands are withdrawn.For more than a year, Trudeau has gone to great lengths to speak out against things Trump stands for without directly criticizing him, perhaps most notably when he tweeted about Canada welcoming refugees even as Trump was cracking down on immigration from Muslim-majority nations.Thus far, Trump has appeared to show both respect and warmth for his Canadian counterpart, referring to him at times as smart and as a friend.It will be against that backdrop next month that Trudeau hosts Trump in Canada for the first time at the G7 summit in Quebec, where the U.S. president joins six other leaders whose world views support multilateralism, immigration and environmental protection.last_img read more

Deployment of CRPF wont be a concern for TMC Hakim

first_imgKolkata: State Urban Development and Municipal Affairs minister Firhad Hakim on Friday made it clear that the deployment of Central forces for the Lok Sabha elections in the state will not be of any concern to Trinamool Congress, as the people of the state will vote for the development work undertaken by the TMC government under the leadership of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.”Some parties are unnecessarily too excited with the deployment of Central forces. They should remember that Central forces were in place during the Assembly polls in 2016 as well, when TMC swept the polls with 211 out of 292 seats. The by-election at Uluberia also witnessed deployment of paramilitary forces but it was also a cakewalk with the TMC candidate sweeping the polls with over 5 lakh votes. If the people of the state did not have faith in the ruling party and the law and order situation in the state then they would have not elected the TMC candidates,” Hakim said. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellersHe asserted that the law and order situation in the state is peaceful and the state police handle it efficiently, giving confidence to the voters to vote for the ruling party. “The Central forces will do their work and guard the booths but the people of the state will go and vote for development and we are confident of winning. Let the Opposition be upbeat with the deployment of Central forces,” Hakim maintained. The minister was also vocal against the Centre for stopping the funds under Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) and certain other schemes. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari Puja”After the Niti Aayog was constituted there has been discrimination regarding the disbursement of funds. The Centre was supposed to allocate funds for flyovers like the Maa flyover, the Batanagar flyover and the Chandannagore flyover but they didn’t release any money. They also didn’t give an iota of funds for some water projects. The state government had to spend more from its own exchequer to complete the projects,” he added.last_img read more

Fonseka insists he is not involved in plot to kill President

Fonseka also noted a comment made by the President where he had said he will never appoint Ranil Wickremesinghe or Fonseka as Prime Minister.Fonseka told Parliament he has no intention of being made Prime Minister. (Colombo Gazette) Former Army Commander Sarath Fonseka today insisted that he was not involved in the alleged plot to kill President Maithripala Sirisena.Fonseka told Parliament that the President had mentioned his name during a meeting with the foreign media recently. At the meeting, the President had alleged that Fonseka had been linked to a plot to kill the President. However Fonseka says the allegations are false and he called on the Speaker to look into the claims. read more

Senate meeting agenda for May 13

Senate will meet on Wednesday, May 13 at 3 p.m. in the Sankey Chamber to discuss the following:The Report of the President includes congratulations to faculty, students and staff on the conclusion of a successful term. It also acknowledges with thanks the announcement of $10 million dollars to support the extension to the Goodman School of Business. appendices contain information on ‘proposed actions to ensure our university is sustainable in challenging times.’ Please see this report and the accompanying PowerPoint presentation.The Report of the Provost and Vice-President Academic echoes the congratulations to faculty, students and staff on the conclusion of the term, and the actions of the government to address the funding formula that is in need of reform. He refers us to the two outlets (a website and email address) that will receive input on the funding formula.The remainder of the report summarizes notable events from the Library and Faculties. It includes links to several items with more detailed information. See the full report online.Gary Libben’s Report from Research Services provides supplementary information on research funding and grant development support. The substance of the report is in the data provided to help us understand our publication status. The report concludes that “By submitting important and exciting applications for funding and disseminating research developments through publication and other forms of research communication, we are mobilizing our knowledge and skills to make a difference in the world around us.”Topics that are of critical interest to faculty are addressed in the Report of the Academic Colleague. These are:• the funding formula;• part-time sessional faculty;• Internationalization; and• the decline in demand for arts and humanities programs.A summary of the actions of the Board of Trustees at its last meeting can be found online.The Graduate Studies Committee has three recommendations for Senate. These policies deal with admission to doctoral studies, advanced standing for students who take principals’ qualifications A.Q. courses, and the selection of examiners for graduate defenses.The Research and Scholarship Policy Committee is recommending that Senate1. extend the term of the Jack and Nora Walker Canadian Centre for Lifespan Development Research.2. postpone the decision on the extension of the term for the Tecumseh Centre for six months.Learn moreIn addition to its recommendations for additions to the course bank, the Undergraduate Program Committee is recommending that senate approve1. a pilot Academic Recovery Policy.2. revisions to the Goodman School of Business Periodic Review of Eligibility Sections and Addition of General Information, Program Notes, and Program of Study for the International Dual Degree program.3. notes and Revisions to Bachelor of Public Health, Community Health General Information, Program Notes, Articulation Programs and Explanations, Health Sciences General Information and Articulation Program Explanation.Learn moreThe Governance Committee report has three items of information for Senate. The report of the Information Technology and Infrastructure Committee has items of information.The Report of the Teaching and Learning Policy Committee is a summary of discussions at the April 14 meeting. read more

Antonio Carlos Ortega presented as new MKB Veszprem coach

handball hungaryHungaryortegaveszprem MKB Veszprem made official presentation of their new coach, Antonio Carlos Ortega, who signed a three-year deal with the club. After the departure of Mocsai and him committing to the national team only, Veszprem needed a good replacement at the coach role, and found him in Ortega, from who a continued domination in the Hungarian league is expected. He coached Antequera in the past, and chose Xavier Sabata Caviedes (Xavi) as his assistant, a person he has been working with for a long time. He will be the first Spanish coach to ever manage a Hungarian club. ← Previous Story Hungarian League All-Star team selected! Next Story → AG Copenhagen VS BSV Silkeborg in the Danish Final! read more

The 9 at 9 Wednesday

first_img Oct 26th 2016, 8:55 AM The 9 at 9: Wednesday Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day. Image: Shutterstock/kuvona EVERY MORNING, brings you the stories you need to know as you wake up.1. #HOUSING: House building in Ireland is not expected to meet demand until 2020, according to stockbroker and asset management firm Davy.2. #ANGLO: The jury in the trial of former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean FitzPatrick on charges of misleading the bank’s auditors about millions of euro in loans will return today.3. #ASTI: Ahead of tomorrow’s planned school closures, a poll has found that 46% of people support the ASTI teacher strikes on the issue of pay scales for teachers who qualified after 2011.4. #US: Donald Trump has said he’d ‘love’ to fight the US Vice President after Joe Biden said he wanted to ‘take’ Trump over remarks he made boasting about sexual assault.5. #AER LINGUS: A man who says he witnessed a fellow passenger being removed from an Aer Lingus flight over his behaviour towards Muslims has thanked the airline for taking action.6. #TXFM: Peter McPartlin, former CEO of TXFM and Today FM, says Ireland still needs an alternative music radio station as TXFM closes down.7. #CANCER: The Irish Cancer Society has highlighted the link between alcohol and breast cancer in a bid to get the Public Health (Alcohol) Bill 2015 implemented in Ireland.8. VACANT HOUSES: A detailed analysis based on data from Census 2016 has revealed that there are over 10,000 vacant houses in 17 of the larger provincial towns across Ireland – many of which are within commuting distance of Dublin and other cities.9. #CETA: A small region in Belgium could put an end to a historic free trade deal between the European Union and Canada.Comments have been closed for legal reasons. 10,595 Views By Órla Ryan Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Wednesday 26 Oct 2016, 8:55 AM Share Tweet Email Image: Shutterstock/kuvona Short URL No Comments last_img read more

Man arrested on suspicion of shooting at unoccupied vehicles In San Ysidro

first_img SAN YSIDRO (CNS) – A man was arrested Wednesday morning on suspicion of firing multiple shots at unoccupied vehicles at a San Ysidro apartment complex, police said.Dispatchers received multiple calls shortly before 7:20 a.m. from people reporting that a man was shooting at unoccupied autos at an apartment complex in the 800 block of West San Ysidro Boulevard, San Diego police public- affairs Officer Billy Hernandez said.Officers found several shell casings in the parking area of the apartment and located bullet holes in a vehicle nearby, he said.No injuries were reported.As officers were searching the area for the suspect, a man came out of an apartment in the complex and was taken into custody, Hernandez said. His name and age were not immediately available.Officers recovered a firearm at the scene, the officer said.Detectives from the San Diego Police Department’s southern division were investigating the circumstances leading up to the shooting.Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Shooting At Unoccupied Vehicles In San Ysidr KUSI Newsroom April 3, 2019 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom, Posted: April 3, 2019 Man arrested on suspicion of shooting at unoccupied vehicles In San Ysidrolast_img read more

City of Dreams Manila launches The Garage virtual reality zone

first_img Strong VIP growth sees Okada Manila GGR climb 72% in August 181 Chinese nationals arrested in dispute over POGO accreditation status Melco Resorts & Entertainment has launched a new virtual reality entertainment facility at City of Dreams Manila, titled The Garage.Officially open for business as of Saturday 14 October, The Garage is described by Melco as a VR Zone and food park that allows guests to “delve into an immersive experience of virtual reality entertainment and delight in a wide range of casual dining choices” from an array of selected food trucks. Philippines rejects China’s call to ban online gambling Load More RelatedPosts The VR Zone is operated by Japan’s Bandai Namco Amusement, a leading video digital entertainment company.“The Garage is City of Dreams Manila’s latest attraction featuring unique entertainment activities in partnership with Bandai Namco Amusement,” said property COO Kevin Benning.“With their creativity and cutting-edge technology we are honored and delighted to partner with them and together blaze a trail in delivering extraordinary entertainment experiences that go beyond gaming and recreation in the Philippines.”The Garage covers 2,714 square meters of floor space on the upper ground floor, including 563 seats. It was designed by Paris-based creative design agency Malherbe Design in collaboration with Westar Architectural Interior Design, with graffiti artworks provided by Kookoo Ramos and DeeJae Paeste.The VR Zone features Mario Kart Arcade GP VR, which was developed by Bandai Namco Amusement under license from Nintendo. The three-minute experience allows players to choose one of the game’s main characters – Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach or Yoshi – then race against up to three other players through a tricky course.Hospital Escape Terror is a horror room game in which players must “survive” and escape from a dark, cursed, abandoned hospital within nine minutes while being restrained in a wheelchair.Ski Rodeo offers a two-minute ski simulator in which players race down a vast snowy mountain course with sharp slopes and steep drops.The Garage also features 10 food and beverage trucks including Hokkaido Ramen Santouka, Katsu Sora, Pink’s Hotdog, Little Flour, El Chupacabra, Pizza Grigliata, Farmacy, Chocol8, The Roaster and Juiced.last_img read more

Intel Launches Three New Quadcore Processors

first_img Intel Launches Core i7 — Fastest Processor on the Planet ( — Intel has launched three new quad-core processors utilizing Intel’s new Nehalem architecture. These processors, formerly codenamed Lynnfield, are aimed at desktop computers, as well as the new Xeon 3400 series processors which will be deployed in low-cost servers. Explore further Citation: Intel Launches Three New Quad-core Processors (2009, September 8) retrieved 18 August 2019 from At the Intel event in Taipei, PC vendors showed off computer systems giving consumers an idea of how much a new computer system, with the new Intel microprocessors, would cost.There are about 40 new motherboards built by partners for the new Intel microprocessors. The Core i5-750, Core i7-860 and Core i7-870, were launched by some of the leading manufactures that included Asustek Computer, Gigabyte Technology, Micro-Star International (MSI), Elitegroup Computer Systems and Foxconn Technology.To give you an idea of pricing, GenuinePC of Taipei, showed a desktop system with an Intel Core i7-860 2.8GHz quad core microprocessor, 500GB hard disk drive, 4GB of DDR3 DRAM, Nvidia 9800GT graphics card and a Blu-ray Disc combo drive with Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium, selling for 1,219 US dollars.New software and operating systems are being re-engineered to take advantage of the multi-core and multi-threading capabilities. Both Apple’s Snow Leopard (Mac OS X 10.6) and Microsoft’s Windows 7 are both optimized for the Core i5 and i7.Turbo mode, in the Core i5 and i7 can significantly boost the chips overall processing speed for short burst of intensive activity. This process directs one or more of the cores and diverts their processing capability to a single engine. Thereby a chip rated for 2.8GHz can increase to 3.2GHz on demand without stressing the chip or running the risk of overheating.Via: Digital Life© 2009 This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.last_img read more

More people now visit Sunderbans round the year thanks to infrastructure overhaul

first_imgKolkata: With the infrastructure of Sunderbans having seen massive development in recent times, the “round the year” turnout of tourists has gone up considerably at the mangrove haven. In the past six and a half years, the Mamata Banerjee government has carried out immense development work in Sunderbans, which has ensured a smooth journey for tourists to the site and a substantial hike in footfall as a result.Manturam Pakhira, the Sunderbans Affairs department chief, said: “People now visit Sunderbans round the year. However, we alert people about the bad weather during monsoon, or in case of any natural calamity.” It may be mentioned that visit to the place is encouraged throughout the year, apart from inclement weather conditions or calamities. Starting from development of road connectivity to setting up of rest sheds, the infrastructure boost has helped the local populace and ensured a steady flow of tourists. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsConstruction of roads along with culverts, wherever necessary, in all the blocks of Sunderbans, has ensured safe plying of vehicles in all weather conditions. Now tourists can travel to Sunderbans any time of the year and at the same time, local people can easily move from one place to another. Citing an example, an official said: “Now, local people do not have to think twice about the condition of roads. Earlier, owing to poor road conditions, plying of vehicles used to become quite impossible during monsoon.” Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedAt the same time, infrastructure for water transport has also been improved. Condition of the riverine jetties has been improved. The official said that another step taken for improvement of connectivity is construction of bridges, connecting different islands in Sunderbans.It may be mentioned that every year, Hilsa Festival takes place in Sunderbans in August and September. According to tour operators, who participated in a recently held tourism fair in the city, more people are now showing interest in visiting Sunderbans. People visit different places in Sunderbans, including Gosaba Hamilton Bunglow, bird forest, Pirkhali, Dobaki Watch Tower, Sajnekhali Watch Tower, Sudhanyakhali Watch Tower and Sarkhali Island.last_img read more

VIDEO Mike Evans blindside cheap shot on Marshon Lattimore leads to BucsSaints

first_imgThe Bucs are getting blown out by the Saints and things are getting ugly.After Jameis Winston, who left the game with an injury, poked Saints corner Marshon Lattimore in the back of the helmet on the sidelines, the two exchanged words and some shoves. That’s when Tampa receiver Mike Evans came from out of nowhere to lay out Lattimore with a vicious, blindside body check.The cheap shot led to a mini-fight on the sidelines between the teams. Shockingly, Evans wasn’t ejected. He can probably expect a fine after the league office gets a hold of this tape.last_img read more

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Jacó Happenings

first_imgNo related posts. Every Saturday, out in Playa Hermosa at the Backyard Bar, you can take in some of the best entertainment in the zone. The Saturday Surf Series has been one of the main attractions under Cesar Vargas Productions, featuring not only free and professional surfers of Costa Rica, but some of the most consistent waves in the country. Now, on Sundays, Jacó Blu invites everyone to check out surfing in Jacó Beach. Every Sunday, there will be a surf contest with $400 in cash prizes for the winners. Inscription is free for the participants. Surf Time will be Sundays at noon. For more information, call 8881-7209. Support Surfing in Garabito and come out and watch the competitions at the Backyard Bar and Jacó Blu.-Christina Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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first_imgDear Skyscanner,As a keen (though not particularly proficient!) dancer, I’d love to spend a holiday learning a some new steps, as well as enjoying the food and weather. Where are the best places to learn to boogie?Anna, Brighton Dear AnnaPut ‘dance holidays’ into a search engine and you will be overwhelmed with results, including companies that do nothing else but sell holidays for the twinkle-toed, but here’s my suggestions for a few holidays that should fit the bill.AndaluciaThe La Fuente flamenco school in Andalucia, southern Spain, offers courses in the country’s most passionate dance. There are three levels of classes according to experience, and each focuses on technique and choreography, with lessons lasting half a day, leaving the rest of the day free.There’s an option to visit a flamenco club to watch a performance and a final evening for all students to show off their new-found skills to the accompaniment of a flamenco guitarist. It’s in a stunning location in the village of La Alpujarra on the edge of the Sierra Nevada National Park.In addition to the dancing, there’s also the chance to do Spanish language classes, hiking, horse riding and painting. Accommodation is in the Mesón-Hostal Poqueira, which is seconds from the school, and has a restaurant and swimming pool. A week-long course costs from E295 plus accommodation from E180 a week B&B.ViennaThe Vienna ball season may be over but you can still dance the waltz in the Austrian capital. At Tanzschule Hernals Grossman there are a number of courses including the 12-night waltz course, which costs E144 per person. There’s also hip pop, children’s workshops and foxtrot. Alternatively you can take private lessons for E49 an hour, which includes coffee and cake afterwards, the other thing Vienna is famous for.As for where to stay in Vienna, the Levante Parliament hotel is a modern, 67-bedroom hotel in the centre of town, only a few hundred metres from the Vienna City Hall. It has a gym, sauna and massage room and costs from E130 a night.BerlinIf Buenos Aires is a little too far to learn Argentina’s fieriest dance, you could try the Club Dance Holidays break in Germany. It costs £349 for the three-night break, which includes two hours of tuition each day, nights out dancing the tango, B&B accommodation in a three-star hotel, Hotel Berlin Mark, and there’s a tour rep to guide you through the holiday. The company also offers tango in Granada for seven nights – a perfect opportunity to combine dancing with sightseeing.ColombiaThat other famous Latino dance is the salsa, and one of the most inspiring places to master it is Santiago de Cali, a city in the west of the country that boasts over 200 salsa schools. Sondeluz Academy, near San Antonio, is one of them and trains champs as well as beginners. Private classes start at around £60 for up to 12 hours of tuition, which leaves plenty of money to spend in the city’s many wonderful salsa clubs, whether you’re just there to watch and learn or try some steps. A couple of clubs that come highly recommended are the small but lively Zaperoco on Thursday nights, and Changó, on the edge of town in the Juanchito district.As for where to stay, try the Hotel Posada de San Antonio, a pretty yellow building on Carrera 5 that was a family mansion built in 1902. It costs from £20 a night and has many of its original features including a pretty garden.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedWhere to go in 2018 with TUIWondering where to travel in 2018? Check out our guide to the best places to go in 2018 with TUI – we’ve got it all, from short sweet city breaks and ventures off the beaten track in Montenegro, to long, lavish escapes to the Caribbean.Art holidays and painting vacationsArt holidays and painting vacations8 must-visit events in Europe this autumnExperience the best of what Europe has to offer this autumn, from duck racing to beer drinking!last_img read more

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first_imgHeart patient, Drake fan: Great to be ‘back to myself’ Heart transplant recipient Sofia Sanchez, talks with reporters at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018, in Chicago. Sanchez captured the nation’s attention in August when her two birthday wishes came true within a week of each other, a visit from rap star Drake and a life-saving heart transplant. At left is Dr. Carl Backer, one of her surgeons at Lurie Children’s Hospital. At right is her mother, Natalie Sanchez. (AP Photo/Teresa Crawford) drake|Drake hospital visit|heart transplant|Sofia Sanchez by The Associated Press Posted Sep 20, 2018 4:09 pm PDT Last Updated Sep 20, 2018 at 5:09 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email CHICAGO – The suburban Chicago girl who received a heart transplant after dancing her way into a meeting with Drake says she’s feeling great.Sofia Sanchez met with reporters on Thursday, three-and-a-half weeks after she received a new heart during a nine-hour operation at Lurie Children’s Hospital. The 11-year-old says her new heart “feels different, but in a good way.”RELATED: 11-year-old girl gets heart transplant after visit by DrakeLast month, the Canadian rapper surprised Sofia with a visit after seeing a video of her dancing in a hospital hallway to one of his songs while tethered to her IV pump. That was a week before her surgery.Sofia says Drake’s advice to stay strong and keep fighting has helped her through some tough times.A heart surgeon calls Sofia a star patient and says her recovery is going quite well.last_img read more

Arrest for crowd trouble

first_imgA 33-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday in connection with rioting, improper conduct and obstructing a football match, behaviour which contributed to the cancellation of the match.The offences were committed during the game between Apollon and Omonia on February 22 in Limassol’s Tsirio stadium which was abandoned following crowd trouble.The score was 3-1 to Apollon when referee Leontios Trattos blew his whistle to call it a day after two earlier interruptions.In the first half, Omonia fans unhappy with their team’s performance invaded the pitch and hurled flares, forcing an eight-minute interruption.The first half finished 2-1 to Apollon.Firecrackers and flares were again thrown onto the pitch by Omonia fans in the 72nd minute after their team went behind 3-1.Trattos stopped the game again and visited the dressing rooms but returned after eight minutes. Following another two minutes of play, the trouble continued, forcing him to abandon the match.You May LikeHeart Failure Treatment | Search AdsThe Early Signs Of Heart Failure. Search Acute Heart Failure TreatmentHeart Failure Treatment | Search AdsUndoSenior Living | Search AdsThe Cost of Senior Living in Rowland Heights Might Surprise YouSenior Living | Search AdsUndoClassmates.comLook For Any High School Yearbook, It’s FreeClassmates.comUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoThe Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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