RelatedCharles Pays Tribute to Former Director of Industrial Relations RelatedArchives Critical to Jamaica’s History RelatedCharles Pays Tribute to Former Director of Industrial Relations Advertisements Charles Pays Tribute to Former Director of Industrial Relations InformationSeptember 7, 2010 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Minister of Labour and Social Security, Hon. Pearnel Charles, has expressed regret at the passing of former Director of Industrial Relations in the Ministry of Labour, Stephen Benjamin Carter.Mr. Carter, also known as S. Ben Carter, died on Monday, August 30, after a brief illness, at the age of 89.Mr. Carter who was born in Clarksonville, St. Ann, worked at Alcan, Mandeville before joining the Public Service, where he worked for over 30 years up to his retirement as Director of Industrial Relations at the Ministry of Labour in June, 1980.On retirement he established Ben Carter Associates Limited, an industrial relations consultancy. He was also Chairman of the Municipal Services Commission.Mr. Charles recalled him as an outstanding public servant, who played a significant role in the development of industrial relations practices in Jamaica.“As a Senior Director in the Ministry, Mr. Carter facilitated an effective and responsive tripartite relationship with trade unions, employers and Government. He performed the duties of his office at the highest level of integrity and was well respected by his peers and the members of the tripartite team,” the Minister said.He said that the Ministry acknowledged Mr. Carter’s contribution to nation building, and will build on his legacy of dedication and service. He added that the staff of the Ministry also expressed sincere condolences to his family and friends.
HomeNewsCrimeMerchandise stolen from Sephora worth nearly $1,500 Jul. 16, 2016 at 6:26 amCrimeMerchandise stolen from Sephora worth nearly $1,500editor5 years agoCrime Watchgrand theftLos Angeleslourdes carlon deleonlourdes deleonSanta Monicasanta monica californiaSanta Monica Crimesanta monica daily presssanta monica newssanta monica policesephorashopliftingthird street promenade On July 8 at about 10:08 p.m., Santa Monica police officers were dispatched to Sephora at 1244 Third Street Promenade regarding a woman who was in custody for theft.They made contact with the store loss-prevention agent who had been monitoring closed-circuit television cameras. The agent saw a woman place several items into her purse and two shopping bags. The woman then selected a brush cleaner and paid for it at the cashier’s counter, failing to pay for the items in her bags.The woman left the store and was contacted by the agent. The suspect was then escorted back to the store, at which time the police were called.The officers were given an itemized receipt of the stolen items, which totaled about $1,491.The suspect, Lourdes Carlon Deleon, 24, of Los Angeles, was then transported to the police station, where she was booked for grand theft. Bail was set at $20,000.Tags :Crime Watchgrand theftLos Angeleslourdes carlon deleonlourdes deleonSanta Monicasanta monica californiaSanta Monica Crimesanta monica daily presssanta monica newssanta monica policesephorashopliftingthird street promenadeshare on Facebookshare on Twitteradd a commentIs Santa Monica destined to become a Notopia?Volunteer advocates foster hope for children in needYou Might Also LikeCrimeCRIME WATCHNewsCrime WatchGuest Author3 days agoCrimeFeaturedKnife-wielding woman arrested during L.A. Councilman’s speechGuest Author4 days agoCrimeCRIME WATCHNewsCrime WatchGuest Author7 days agoCrimeFeaturedHomeless man loses an eye to BB gun assaultGuest Author1 week agoCrimeCRIME WATCHNewsCrime WatchGuest Author1 week agoCrimeFeaturedNewsDUI & Possession of a Rifle ArrestsGuest Author1 week ago
The offshore foundation installation for the Perth Wave Energy Project off Garden Island, is now complete, Carnegie Wave Energy informed.The subsea drilling and installation of all pile type foundations were successfully completed with the third and final pile completed over the weekend. The installation vessel will be demobilising from the site this week clearing the way for offshore pipeline lay to commence.Carnegie Project Engineer Neil de Tisi said:“The relationship developed between Carnegie and Fugro Seacore Pty Ltd has been integral to the successful installation of the foundations. I’m pleased we were able to work together to find solutions to the inevitable challenges that one encounters with these sorts of offshore activities and to successfully complete the installation of all foundations.” [mappress]Press release, February 18, 2014; Image: Carnegie
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L-R – Daniel Kaluuya, Matsoukas, Waithe/Photo – Eric Charbonneau(NEW YORK) — With a strong opening weekend for Lena Waithe’s feature film debut Queen & Slim, the Emmy winner tells ABC Audio that she believes fans have the ability to make her new romantic action-drama a classic. “To me what you take away from it is what you bring to it,” Waithe says. “I think that to me is my mission as an artist. I never want to tell people how to feel. I never want to be in control over how people receive my art.”She continues, “The rest really up to people… and they really make it what it is, you know. To me, Do the Right Thing, Boyz n the Hood, Love Jones. Those movies are classics. Not just because the artists, but because of what the people have said. And the people have kept those movies alive and the people keep revisiting those films. Even more so, I will say, than critics.”Waithe’s film, which she wrote and executive-produced, stars Daniel Kaluuya and Jodie Turner-Smith as a new couple who go on the run after a minor traffic infraction turns deadly. Waithe hopes her film follows in the footsteps of films she grew up on that later became classics.“Black people are the reason why Love Jones is so talked about… is the reason why The Five Heartbeats is so phenomenal,” she explains. “Because… I love that story.” So far, Waithe’s dream seems to be coming true. Thanks to the support of fans and celebrity friends like Snoop Dogg, Kelly Rowland, Big Sean, and Lil Rel, who decided to buy-out screenings of the film, Queen & Slim brought in an estimated $11.7 million for the three-day weekend and $15.8 over the five-day weekend.Queen & Slim, directed by Melina Matsoukas, is in theaters.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Odell Beckham Jr. says loss to Rams ‘will be very good for’ Browns Broncos coach Vic Fangio had a simple explanation for Emmanuel Sanders’ postgame comments Sunday. The wide receiver told reporters after Denver’s 27-16 loss to the Packers that the team was “living in a world of suck.” Fangio was asked about Sanders’ statement when he met with reporters one day later. “You just have a strong upper lip, look at the positives, realize what the negatives are, do your best to correct those negatives and know who you are as a person, as a team and as a player and as a coach,” Fangio said. “We’ve all had some success at different degrees throughout our careers, even the players, especially the young ones, and us as coaches. We’ve got to just stick to it and get through the hard times.”Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco completed 20 of his 29 passes for 213 yards with an interception against Green Bay while Courtland Sutton finished with a team-high five receptions for 87 yards. Phillip Lindsay rushed for Denver’s only two touchdowns in the loss. Broncos’ Emmanuel Sanders after loss to Packers: ‘We’re living in a world of suck’ “He was just repeating what I had said in the locker room after the game,” Fangio said. “I told them, ‘We’re going to have to deal with everybody thinking we suck.’ All of us, not just players—coaches, everybody, the whole organization — we need to deal with that. He was basically just repeating what I had said.”Emmanuel Sanders: “We’re living in a world of suck.”#4Broncos @CBSDenver pic.twitter.com/JLBK6lO2Yt— Michael Spencer (@MichaelCBS4) September 22, 2019Denver stayed with the Packers for most of the game but ultimately fell at Lambeau Field to drop to 0-3 in 2019. Related News Kyler Murray: Cardinals offense ‘got predictable’ in Week 3 loss to Panthers Take ’em with you, @I_CU_Boy!#DENvsGB pic.twitter.com/WcQsZR8JM7— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) September 22, 2019“We’ve got the players here to win,” Fangio said. “I believe in these players, I enjoy being around them every day. They’re a bunch of good guys. They’re trying their butts off. We just have to play a little bit better. Along with that, we have to coach better. If we’re breaking down fundamentally in certain areas at critical times, that is an indictment on us as coaches too, not just the players.”The Broncos will face the Jaguars in Week 4. They last made the playoffs in 2015.
Landry jones (AP Photo/File)As we are less than two weeks away from the start of training camp, it’s become the time to start thinking about position battles that will be taking place. We all know who the starting QB is and we are surely all thankful for having one of the best in the business to lead the way. However, an extremely important position battle is for the right to back up Big Ben. In the event he gets hurt, who should the Steelers call upon?They’ve left their options to two veterans they’ve had on the roster for the last 4 years, Bruce Gradkowski, who missed all of last season but has a decent amount of starting experience or Landry Jones who elevated himself to the number two job last season and garnered some success while starting a few games when called upon.While Gradkowski does have the more accomplished career, he hasn’t played much at all since joining the Steelers a few years ago. He’s older than Jones and he’s coming off a season in which he was on IR and couldn’t even practice with the team. Sure, he’ll have training camp and the pre season to knock off the rust but does it make sense now to have him as the backup or does it make more sense to continue to develop Jones and maintain him as the number two for several more seasons?If you haven’t guessed what I think just yet then let me spell it out for you, I believe the job should go to Jones. He played well enough to be the number two guy last season. He caught some flak from the fans for not living up to their standards but when Big Ben is who you’re being compared to, it’s hard to live up to those standards, no matter who you are. I think the fact that he’ still young, he played some significant snaps last year, got first team reps with guys like Antonio Brown and Markus Wheaton, to name a few; and had some success along the way, provides the right recipe for Jones being that guy this season.Time will tell and both guys will play it out on the field. My suspicion is the Steelers expect the job to go to Gradkowski and I assume he feels that way too or he probably wouldn’t have signed on to come back this season but I think the job should and ultimately will go to Jones.Mike Pelaia hosts the website Steel Nation Association www.steelnationassociation.com – Covering the Steelers and helping Children’s Hospital All Day Everyday. You can e-mail him at [email protected]
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Des galeries d’art modernes aux centres d’art rocheux, des musees dernier cri aux villages culturels eloignes, des clubs de jazz en ville aux festivals en plein air, il existe d’innombrables façons de faire l’experience de la richesse de la culture et du patrimoine de l’Afrique du Sud par vous-meme.Le rythme de l’Afrique du SudLa scene de la musique, de la danse et du theatre en direct est dynamique en Afrique du Sud dans des lieux allant des festivals dans le Bushveld et les jardins botaniques aux boites de nuit sombres et aux complexes theatraux huppes.Nous avons la musique dans le sang. Acheter un CD, se rendre dans un club, ecouter des musiciens de rue, visiter un village culturel ou se promener pres d’une eglise un dimanche matin; quelle que soit la maniere dont vous faites l’experience de la musique sud-africaine, vous aurez du mal a empecher vos pieds de battre la mesure.Passer du temps avec les sud-africainsRien ne peut remplacer une vraie rencontre avec des gens. Les nombreux villages culturels d’Afrique du Sud offre un bon aperçu des cultures traditionnelles du pays. Dans les principaux centres, les visites des townships, organisees avec sensibilite et fierte, vous mettront en contact avec de vrais sud-africains et leur histoire.Dans les zones rurales, les visites de communautes vous aideront a connaitre le pays a travers le regard de ceux qui y vivent. Vous pourrez decouvrir l’ancienne astronomie du Setswana a travers l’objectif d’une grand-mere possedant une connaissance approfondie des traditions anciennes. Et que penseriez-vous d’apprendre a cuisiner du poisson peche a la ligne de façon traditionnelle avec la communaute de pecheurs de Kalk Bay ?Le berceau de l’humaniteEt rappelez-vous, quel que soit l’endroit d’ou vous venez, vos racines sont ici. Il est reconnu que la vie humaine trouve son origine en Afrique du Sud. La plupart des gens regardent le monde differemment apres une visite du Berceau de l’Humanite pres de Johannesburg, un des sites de fossiles d’hominides les plus riches du monde.Les empreintes de pas fossilisees pres du Cap et la richesse des peintures rupestres et des abris qui ont survecu dans les montagnes de Drakensberg au Kwazulu-Natal et ailleurs dans le pays temoignent tous des origines de l’humanite de cet ancien continent.Les guerres, l’apartheid et la reconciliationPlus recemment l’histoire de l’Afrique du Sud a ete celle de la confrontation mais aussi de la reconciliation. Vous pouvez visiter les lieux de combat ou se sont deroules les evenements sanglants qui ont façonne le pays.D’Isandlwana ou Talana au Kwazulu-Natal jusqu’a Soweto a Johannesburg ou Langa au Cap, notre terre raconte une histoire, mais elle est difficile a interpreter et il vaut la peine de faire une visite guidee.Nous montrons les blessures de notre passe : visitez le Women’s Monument a Bloemfontein ou le Musee de l’Apartheid a Johannesburg.Mais nous affichons egalement notre recente unite. Un voyage sur l’ile de Robben vous montrera combien cette attitude peut etre puissante. Nous avons prix un lieu d’oppression, d’isolement et de desespoir et l’avons transforme en un symbole de pardon et d’espoir. C’est ce que font les sud-africains avec le pays entier.SAinfo reporter, incluant des documents de l’Office du Tourisme d’Afrique du Sud