first_imgWinning Play$: Black Women, Feminism, & Empowerment will be held Monday, June 26th 2017 at the Paley Center for Media in New York City.During the course of this transformative evening, a group of extraordinary women from multiple generations will share stories, history, insights, experience, and ideas that will benefit all who share this event and beyond. Panelists will help the audience move beyond limiting perceptions and conditioning through an examination of how black women have transcended barriers from the feminist movement through modern day.The event will be moderated by Stacey Tisdale, award-winning financial Journalist & author, and Founder of Winning Play$ financial empowerment program. Michelle Miller, CBS News Correspondent, will be the mistress of ceremonies.Panelists for the evening include: Gloria Steinem, Feminist icon, author, and activist; Carol Jenkins, Award-Winning journalist, writer, producer, and activist; Angela Yee, iheartmedia, Power 105.1 FM, and Breakfast Club host; Grace Vandecruze, Founder, and Managing Director, Grace Capital LLC; and Rianka Dorsainvil, President, and Founder of Your Greatest Contribution for Millennials.There will also be a special performance by the iconic alternative rock, and R&B trio BETTY.Content from the event will be shown on theGrio – which means storyteller in Africa – a digital video-centric news community platform providing compelling stories and perspectives. Focused on breaking news, opinion, entertainment, health, sports, business, politics and events that have an interest and/or pronounced impact within the African American community. The platform, recently purchased by entertainment and media titan Byron Allen from NBC, has monthly site page views 11.6M, and monthly mobile page views of 4.7M.For more information, click here.last_img read more

first_imgAdvertisement Advertisement SOCAN member Netsena, from Fort Nelson, BC, received the award – which included a $10,000 cash prize, and airfare and accommodations to attend the award ceremonies in Winnipeg – from Charlie Wall-Andrews, Executive Director of SOCAN Foundation, and Tim Laronde, Regional Manager of Indigenous Banking at TD.“I feel honoured to be selected for this award, and very grateful to everyone who worked to make this happen,” said Netsena. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebook Login/Register With:center_img Advertisement WINNIPEG, May 22, 2018 /CNW/ – The SOCAN Foundation, part of the SOCAN Group of organizations, in partnership with TD Bank Group, presented its very first Indigenous Songwriter Award to Jasmine Netsena at the 2018 Indigenous Music Awards. Twitter “This new award recognizes artistic excellence in songwriting achieved by an Indigenous music creator in Canada, and we’re proud to be able to partner with TD and the Indigenous Music Awards to celebrate Jasmine Netsena,” said Wall-Andrews. “It’s part of our ongoing, mutual effort with TD to foster, promote and diversify opportunities for music creators of Indigenous descent. We’re aiming to build inclusive grant and awards programming as diverse as the communities in which we live.”The Jury encompassed SOCAN Members: ShoShona Kish (Ontario), Alan Greyeyes (Manitoba), Celina Kalluk (Nunavut), and Moe Clark (Québec). The jury reviewed nearly 200 submissions.Applications to the 2019 TD Indigenous Songwriter Awards will open in the late fall of 2018; visit www.socanfoundation.ca for more information about programs and awards.About Jasmine NetsenaMusic is Jasmine Netsena’s first language. From the age of five, the award-winning singer-songwriter, of the Dene and Tahltan Nations, learned to sing from her grandmothers in their Indigenous languages. Classical voice training only strengthened that bedrock, and Jasmine has been honing her songwriting and guitar skills for close to 15 years now. Jasmine released her debut album, Take You with Me, in 2014. For her second record, she uses her voice to uncover long-buried issues. The daughter of a residential school survivor, Jasmine wants to use music to add to the dialogue of inter-generational healing. Jasmine has charmed audiences in New York City, Nashville and across Canada. In 2014, she won Best Folk/Acoustic Album in the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards, and was nominated for Indigenous Songwriter of the Year at the Canadian Folk Music Awards. She’s been featured on the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) show Rising Stars, and has performed at the Grand Ole Northern Opry with Grammy Award winner Laurie Lewis. www.jasminenetsena.comAbout The SOCAN FoundationFounded in 1992, the SOCAN Foundation is dedicated to fostering musical creativity and promoting a better understanding of the role of music creators in today’s society. The organization is a part of the SOCAN Group of organizations and guided by a Board of Directors, which consists of composers, songwriters and music publishers, and reflects concert music and popular music genres, as well as the geographic and linguistic regions of Canada. To learn more about the SOCAN Foundation and SOCAN, visit www.socanfoundation.ca and www.socan.com.About TD Community GivingTD Bank Group invests in communities in order to effect positive change in the places where it operates and where its clients and employees live and work. In 2017, TD donated more than $107 million to support community organizations in Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom. For further information, visit www.td.com/corporateresponsibilitylast_img read more

first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment “We are excited to be able to move forward and get back to doing what we love to do: serving the fitness needs of Moose Jaw and area.”Klassen said she moved into the mixed-use building nearly one year ago. The Guess Who singer lives in a neighbouring residential building.There were no problems for the first five months, but then Klassen said she started to get messages, complaints and visits from Cummings himself.Klassen has said she worked with her landlord to add soundproofing to the studio and didn’t think she was breaking any laws.Police eventually laid six noise bylaw charges. She is to appear in court April 18.The dispute also led city council to look at zoning in the area. During a council meeting March 11, a motion was unanimously approved to prepare a report re-evaluating how business licences are issued in areas of the city’s commercial district where there are also residential properties.A manager for Cummings has said the musician had no comment on the situation.Klassen said she was shocked the dispute went so far. To keep everyone’s best interest at heart, she realized she couldn’t share the land with the singer.“We are moving and super excited about it,” she said.“Moving forward and starting fresh!”Kelly Geraldine Malone ~ The Canadian Press Login/Register With: Facebook Advertisement Advertisementcenter_img Twitter MOOSE JAW, Sask. — A Saskatchewan fitness studio is moving after multiple noise complaints from Canadian rock legend Burton Cummings.Kyra Klassen, who owns Dance Fitness with Kyra in downtown Moose Jaw, says she’s ready for a fresh start and the studio is changing locations May 1.“It’s disappointing it had to escalate to this. However, we are super thankful and feel blessed by the outpouring of support from our community,” Klassen said in a message Friday. Advertisement Burton Cummings poses for a photograph at Massey Hall in Toronto on Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. A Saskatchewan fitness studio will be moving locations after multiple noise complaints from Canadian rock legend Burton Cummings led to bylaw charges. Kyra Klassen, who owns Dance Fitness with Kyra in downtown Moose Jaw, says the studio will be changing locations May 1 and she is ready for a fresh start. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Matthew Sherwoodlast_img read more

Egypt buys 2 disputed Mistral warships from France in 2nd major military purchase this year PARIS – Egypt has agreed to buy two Mistral-class warships from France, the French government said Wednesday, announcing its second military sale to that country this year.The assault ships, which can each carry 16 helicopter gunships, 700 troops and up to 50 armoured vehicles, were originally intended for Russia until the deal finally fell apart because of the Ukrainian crisis.The Canadian Press reported recently that Canada’s defence mnister had been “actively engaged” in sounding out the French about a possible purchase of the Mistral helicopter carriers, including a face-to-face exchange at the most recent NATO ministerial meeting in Brussels last June.Sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told The Canadian Press that the effort ground to a halt because of Canada’s federal election campaign ahead of the Oct. 19 vote.Russia’s deal with France was originally supposed to be its biggest arms purchase ever from a NATO country.France agreed to refund 950 million euros ($1 billion) already paid by Russia. France didn’t say how much Egypt agreed to pay, but denied losing money.Egypt also purchased 24 advanced fighter jets from France earlier this year for nearly $6 billion, as it sought international help to bomb Islamic State targets.The Egyptian government has been battling a long-running insurgency in the northern Sinai region, which escalated after the military ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi in July 2013 amid massive protests against his rule and cracked down on Islamic groups. A local Islamic State affiliate has been claiming responsibility for militant attacks in the area. by The Associated Press Posted Sep 23, 2015 5:26 am MDT Last Updated Sep 23, 2015 at 7:40 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

“They trusted the parties would continue their positive cooperation and maintain recent momentum to begin swift implementation of this historic agreement in order to ensure a transition to peace that benefits all Colombians,” they said in the statement.Council members also reiterated their determination to support Colombia’s implementation of the peace accord in accordance with its relevant resolutions.Also yesterday, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein welcomed the ratification and called on all actors in the country, including opposition political parties, to “put aside their differences” and to work for the implementation of the accord. Welcoming the Colombian parliament’s ratification of the new Final Peace Agreement between the Government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People’s Army (FARC-EP), United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the Security Council have expressed hope for its swift implementation for the benefit of all Colombians.In separate statements yesterday, the UN chief and the 15-member Council also commended the parties in the country for their continued commitment to bring the 50-year long conflict to an end.“The ratification of the Agreement constitutes a major milestone in the peace process that reaffirms the hopes shared by all Colombians for a future in peace and prosperity after decades of conflict,” said Mr. Ban, according to a statement issued by his office.He added that the determination of the parties and people of Colombia to achieve peace has been a source of inspiration around the world.In their own statement, members of the Security Council further welcomed the leadership shown by the Government of Colombia and the FARC-EP in upholding the ceasefire. read more

first_imgLogiCamms and Dassault Systèmes have expanded their software collaboration partnership with the signing of a system integrator alliance agreement.The agreement will cover both enterprise technology deployments and implementation services for Dassault Systèmes’ industry solution experiences based on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform, LogiCamms said.Last year, Dassault Systèmes’ signed a software collaboration pact with LogiCamms in Australia, which included the development of South Australia’s Virtual Shipyard programme for the state’s defence industry and mapping of digital capability for large manufacturing projects.Under the terms of the new agreement, Dassault Systèmes and LogiCamms will establish a teaming relationship and define business processes to deliver innovative and effective solutions to their mutual customers, LogiCamms said.Dassault’s 3DEXPERIENCE is powered by 3D design, analysis, simulation and intelligence software in a collaborative interactive environment, while LogiCamms combines intelligent engineering with innovative technology development to improve asset performance, reduce costs and enhance the value of projects.LogiCamms said: “This marks Dassault Systèmes’ first system integrator alliance in Australia and is part of the company’s broader strategy to expand its footprint in Australia through system integrator alliances, where system integrator partners like LogiCamms will benefit from Dassault Systèmes’ training and from potential revenues from 3DEXPERIENCE platform implementation services.”LogiCamms Interim Chief Executive, Dan Drewe said the company’s “capabilities and market leadership” would be greatly enhanced with “Dassault Systèmes’ powerful industry solutions”.Masaki Sox Konno, Managing Director, Asia Pacific South, at Dassault Systèmes, said the company’s Australia clients would be able to “maximise their investment in the 3DEXPERIENCE platform” by leveraging LogiCamms’ expertise and experience in the country.last_img read more

first_imgLe smartphone en forme de stylo imaginé par FujitsuVous cherchez toujours un stylo, mais le seul accessoire sur lequel vous arrivez à mettre la main est votre… smartphone? Fujitsu a eu l’idée, pour le moins ingénieuse, de développer un appareil qui allie écriture et technologie. Fujitsu espère ainsi que les traditions de l’écriture avec un stylo ne se perdront pas avec l’avènement des smartphones et autres nouvelles technologies.Pour développer ce concept de smartphone structuré comme un stylo, la firme a fait appel au designer japonais Eitaro Iwata.À lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?Le corps du style est en réalité un interface électroluminescent composé d’un pavé numérique tactile en bas et d’un écran transparent dans la partie supérieure, précise Tom’s Guide.L’anneau séparant l’écran du pavé comprend notamment le bouton de marche, celui pour passer les appels et celui pour mettre le stylo en mode SMS. D’ailleurs, vous me direz, comment écrit-on un SMS, lorsqu’on a qu’un pavé numérique ? Rien de plus simple ! Puisque le concept est taillé en forme de stylo, autant l’utiliser…Ainsi, pour écrire un message, il vous suffit de réellement écrire, à l’aide du stylo, ce qui vous souhaitez envoyer. Les capteurs situés dans la pointe du style reconnaissent ensuite ce que vous écrivez et le retranscrivent sur l’écran. Une fois que vous avez fini d’écrire, il vous suffit d’appuyer de nouveau sur le bouton SMS pour l’envoyer. Le 30 mars 2012 à 13:30 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

first_imgBATTLE GROUND — Vancouver Firefighters Pipes & Drums and Fort Vancouver Pipe Band will entertain people at local restaurants for St. Patrick’s Day weekend.Vancouver Firefighters Pipes & Drums, a band formed to increase camaraderie among local firefighters, will perform at several places on March 16.• 3 p.m. at Mill Creek Pub, 1710 S.W. Ninth Ave., Battle Ground.• 4:45 p.m. at Northwood Public House and Brewery, 1401 S.E. Rasmussen Blvd., Battle Ground.• 6:30 p.m. at Chelatchie Crossing at The Cedars Golf Club, 15001 N.E. 181st St., Brush Prairie.• 8 p.m. at Mill Creek Pub.• 9:30 p.m. at Northwood Public House and Brewery.Fort Vancouver Pipe Band, a bagpipe band, will perform at 2 p.m. March 17 at Mill Creek Pub.last_img read more

first_imgGermany manager Joachim Low has revealed that the decision to drop Leroy Sane in favour of Julian Brandt was an extremely difficult choice and that it was so close between the pair that it could have been a “photo finish”The PFA Young Player of the Year was the shock omission from Low’s final 23-man squad for Russia after having performed superbly in the Premier League this season as Manchester City sealed the league crown with a 19 point lead over their nearest rivals.Despite having netted 14 goals and added 15 assists, Sane was dropped in favour of Bayer Leverkusen forward Brandt who fared worse this season with 12 goals and seven assists in comparison.“That was a very close decision between him and Julian Brandt, which was made in favour of Brandt,” said Low, according to the Evening Standard.Top 5 Bundesliga players to watch during the weekend Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 11, 2019 With the international activity cooling down for the next month, we go back to the Bundesliga’s Top 5 players to watch next weekend.The German…“Draxler, Reus and Muller are set. Leroy has a huge talent.“He will be back again from September. He had not played in international matches yet.“It was a very close decision. If it were a 100-metre race, it would have been a photo finish.”On the bright side, Manuel Neuer was included in the final squad after having proved his fitness to Low and will now captain the national side once more ahead of the World Cup.last_img read more

first_imgThe American Soybean Association (ASA) recognized two leaders with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the annual ASA Banquet at Commodity Classic last week.ASA President Ray Gaesser (left) presents Dave Drennan (right) from Chesterfield, Mo. the Lifetime Achievement Award – Membership Focus at the ASA banquet. Photo Credit: Sandra MartinThe award honors individuals who have provided outstanding leadership and dedication to ASA and helped further the interests of soybean farmers.Dave Drennan from Chesterfield, Mo. was presented the Lifetime Achievement Award – Membership Focus. Drennan started his career with ASA in 1975 as newsletter editor. He was named interim Field Services Director at age 24. Dave was ASA’s first Membership Manager in 1979 to spearhead ASA’s membership efforts. In that year, ASA’s membership increased eight percent and more than 1,400 members from the previous year. Drennan was also recognized as the number one ASA Regional Manager for membership recruitment in 1980 from ASA’s 11 regions.ASA President Ray Gaesser (left) presents David Womack (right) from Shelbyville, Tenn. the Lifetime Achievement Award – Association Focus. Photo Credit: Sandra MartinDavid Womack from Shelbyville, Tenn. was presented the Lifetime Achievement Award – Association Focus.Womack has been involved in the state and national soybean organizations for more than 30 years. Womack held leadership positions in ASA, was a founding member of the United Soybean Board (USB) and the last president of the American Soybean Development Foundation.“In my opinion, you couldn’t find a more deserving and qualified individual who has committed more than Mr. Womack to serving the Tennessee and American soybean associations and to improving the standing of soybean producers everywhere,” said Julius Johnson, Commissioner, Tennessee Department of Agriculture in his letter of recommendation for Womack.Womack also served on the National Biodiesel Board (NBB), Tennessee Soybean Association (TSA) and Tennessee Soybean Promotion Board (TSPB).last_img read more

first_imgHANOVER, N.H. — Surging Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain came under fire for his 9-9-9 tax plan in a debate Tuesday night, as rivals sought to slow his sudden momentum into the top tier of contenders for the GOP nomination.“I thought it was the price of a pizza,” said former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman of the proposal from Cain, a former CEO of the Godfathers pizza chain. “We need something that’s doable, doable, doable.”“The last thing you would do is give Congress another pipeline at a revenue stream,” said Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota. “Once you get another revenue stream, you’re never going to get rid of it.”Cain, who’s rocketed into first or second place in several national and early-state polls, jumped to defend his proposal to replace the federal income tax with a 9 percent national sales tax, a 9 percent flat personal income tax and a 9 percent flat corporate income tax.“It will pass,” Cain said. “It’s been well studied and well developed. … It will pass because the American people want it to pass.”last_img read more

first_img.Detectives arrested seven people from different parts of the capital on Friday night for their alleged involvement in the leak of questions of the recruitment test of Department of Narcotics Control, reports UNB.Dhaka Metropolitan Police deputy commissioner Masudur Rahman said a unit of detective branch of police conducted raids in different areas and arrested them following allegations of question paper leak.The details will be disclosed later at a press briefing.The recruitment test was held on Friday.last_img read more

first_imgMap of Rakhine state, Myanmar Myanmar’s military said on Friday six Rohingya Muslims killed and nine wounded in an aerial attack in the western state of Rakhine this week were affiliated with an armed rebel group.The army-run Myawady newspaper said the villagers were “together with terrorists while the army was cracking down on the Arakan Army’s terrorist activities” on Wednesday in the township of Buthidaung.Rakhine state came to global attention in 2017, when the Myanmar army drove about 730,000 ethnic Rohingya across the border into neighbouring Bangladesh, following attacks by Rohingya insurgents on police posts.The United Nations has accused the army of ‘genocidal intent’ in cracking down on the Muslim minority.More recently, the military has been battling another armed group, the Arakan Army, which draws recruits mostly from the ethnic Rakhine population.The men were collecting bamboo near the Sai Din waterfall when an army helicopter attacked, three villagers and a regional lawmaker told Reuters on Thursday.”All of them were bamboo workers,” said Soe Tun Oo, a fellow labourer.Arakan Army spokesman Khin Thu Kha denied the dead and wounded men were members of the armed group, saying the military had attacked indiscriminately.”They bombed everywhere, believing there were Arakan Army members in the jungle,” he added.Ten people are being treated at the Buthidaung public hospital, Kyaw Min Tun, a hospital official, said on Friday.In a statement, the military said nine injured were taken to a military-run hospital for treatment.But a military spokesman, Tun Tun Nyi, declined to comment on the discrepancy between the accounts.In Geneva, a spokeswoman for the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights said the organisation was “deeply disturbed” by the escalating violence in Rakhine and condemned “what appear to be indiscriminate attacks and attacks directed at civilians”.Ravina Shamdasani said there were “credible reports of the killing of civilians, burning of houses, arbitrary arrests, abductions, indiscriminate fire in civilian areas, and damage to cultural property”.She cited sources on the ground as saying at least seven people were killed on Wednesday and that the attack was carried out in an area where thousands of Rohingya were taking shelter having fled earlier fighting.”As the international community is taking steps towards accountability for the crimes committed against civilians in previous years, the Myanmar military is again carrying out attacks against its own civilians – attacks which may constitute war crimes,” she said.More than 20,000 people have been displaced by the violence across five townships in Rakhine state, she said, urging authorities to allow humanitarian relief for those affected.The United States embassy in Myanmar said this week it was “deeply concerned about the harm to civilians of the ongoing conflict in Rakhine and Chin States between the Arakan Army and the Myanmar military.””We call on all parties to renew their efforts to end the fighting and work toward a peaceful resolution of the conflict.”last_img read more

first_imgGet the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailDrivers are being warned to expect traffic and travel delays due to roadworks across North Staffordshire and South Cheshire this coming week. Motorists hitting the roads of Stoke-on-Trent and the surrounding areas on Monday morning can expect a raft of delays and road closures waiting for them – including on major routes such as the M6 motorway, the A500 and the A50. The following roadworks are taking place in North Staffordshire and South Cheshire between Monday September 24 until Sunday September 30. This list contains only the roadworks considered to be most likely to cause delays on key routes as well as those involving road closures and temporary traffic lights. It is not exhaustive and does not feature some minor or emergency repairs that come up after publication. Other roadworks may finish or start before schedule or be cancelled altogether. The list is broken down by local authority area (with the M6 , A500 and A50 separate because they fall under the remit of Highways England) – you can also follow the links below for the specific list of roadworks for each area if you’re only interested in a particular road or town. All information from Highways England, local authorities and utility companies. Read MoreRoadworks from September 24 until September 30 North Staffordshire and South Cheshire Roadworks in Stafford Borough/Uttoxeter Roadworks in the Staffordshire Moorlands Roadworks on the M6, A500 and A50 M6 to shut for 24 hours Roadworks in South Cheshire M6: The M6 southbound entry slip at junction J19: Expect disruption everyday between 22:00 and 06:00 from 22 September 2018 to 24 September 2018. Two lanes closed. The M6 southbound between junctions J18 and J17: Expect disruption everyday between 22:00 and 06:00 from 24 September 2018 to 27 September 2018. Three lanes closed. The M6 southbound entry slip at junction J18: Expect disruption everyday between 22:00 and 06:00 from 24 September 2018 to 27 September 2018. Two lanes closed. The M6 southbound between junctions J17 and J16: Expect disruption everyday between 22:00 and 06:00 from 26 September 2018 to 1 October 2018. Three lanes closed The M6 southbound entry slip at junction J17: Expect disruption everyday between 22:00 and 06:00 from 26 September 2018 to 1 October 2018. Two lanes closed. The M6 southbound exit slip at junction J17: Expect disruption everyday between 22:00 and 06:00 from 24 September 2018 to 27 September 2018. Two lanes closed. The M6 southbound exit slip at junction J16: Expect disruption everyday between 22:00 and 06:00 from 26 September 2018 to 1 October 2018. Two lanes closed The M6 southbound exit slip at junction J14: From 21:30 on 26 September 2018 to 05:30 on 27 September 2018. One lane closed Read MoreStafford 10K to take place this Sunday – and the following roads are closed A500: The A500 northbound exit slip to the A527 North: Expect disruption everyday between 21:00 and 05:00 from 24 September 2018 to 29 September 2018. Two lanes closed. The A500 northbound entry slip from the A527 South: Expect disruption everyday between 21:00 and 05:00 from 24 September 2018 to 29 September 2018. Two lanes closed The junction of the A50 and the A500: Expect disruption everyday between 20:00 and 06:00 from 24 September 2018 to 29 September 2018. Two lanes closed The A500 northbound exit slip to the A50: Expect disruption everyday between 20:00 and 06:00 from 24 September 2018 to 29 September 2018. Two lanes closed The A500 northbound entry slip from the A50: Expect disruption everyday between 20:00 and 06:00 from 24 September 2018 to 29 September 2018. Two lanes closed The A500 southbound exit slip to the A50: Expect disruption everyday between 20:00 and 06:00 from 24 September 2018 to 29 September 2018. Two lanes closed The A500 southbound entry slip from the A50: Expect disruption everyday between 20:00 and 06:00 from 24 September 2018 to 29 September 2018. Two lanes closed Read MoreTeenagers arrested in police crackdown on anti-social behaviour in town A50: A50: Closed in both due to major bridge demolition work between B5030 (McDonalds roundabout, Uttoxeter) and A521 (Blythe Bridge Roundabout / Draycott, Blythe Bridge). From 20:00 on 28th September to 5:30 on 1st October. Diversion – A518, A51 A34 via Weston, Walton and Hanford. Long distance traffic should use the M6 or M1. The A50 eastbound entry slip from the A522: Expect disruption everyday between 09:45 and 16:00 from 24 September 2018 to 28 September 2018 The A50 eastbound exit slip to the A522: Expect disruption everyday between 09:45 and 16:00 from 24 September 2018 to 28 September 2018 Read MorePetrol station on busy road to be demolished as part of upgrade Stoke-on-Trent Abbey Hulton: Multi-way traffic lights on Leek Road from September 3 until October 12 Bentilee: Two way traffic lights on Dividy Road between numbers 101 and 171 from September 7 until November 8. Bentilee: Two way lights on Dividy Road near junction with Anchor Road from September 18 until September 26 Bucknall: Two way traffic signals on Eaves Lane near Bucknall Church from September 20 until September 24 Bucknall: Multi-way traffic signals on Werrington Road from outside 391 to number 427 (near junction with Corneville Road) from September 24 until September 27. Chell: Roadworks and road closures on Biddulph Road from September 24 until October 5 Cobridge: Carriageway way incursion on Cobridge Road from September 20 until September 26 Hartshill: Multi-way traffic signals on Queens Road and Princes Road from September 26 until October 4 Hartshill: Give and take traffic control on Shelton New Road from September 20 until September 24. Hanley: Two way traffic signals on A52 Leek Road from September 19 until September 25 Hanley: Roadworks and road closure on Slippery Lane until October 4 Lightwood: Two way traffic lights on A5005 Lightwood Road outside Land End from September 24 until September 26 Longton: Roadworks and Road closure on Commerce Street and Market Place from June 7 until October 29 Longton: Two way traffic lights on Sutherland Road from September 24 until October 5 Longton: Roadworks and road closures on Spring Garden Road at junction with Trentham Road until September 24 Longton: Carriageway incursion on Times Square until October 29 Normacot: Multi-way traffic lights on Upper Normacot Road at the junction with Eversley Road from September 26 until October 9 Norton: Two way traffic controls on Norton Lane near St Bartholomews Church from September 28 until October 4 Penkhull: Two way traffic signals on Honeywall from September 24 until September 28 Shelton: Ashford Street closed until November 10 Shelton: Multi-way traffic lights on Station Road until September 30 Stoke: Roadworks and road closure on A5006 Campbell Road from September 20 until October 1 Stoke: Carriageway incursion on Church Street from September 26 until September 28 Stoke: Give and take traffic control on London Road from September 21 until September 25 Trentham: Carriageway incursion on Stone Road (A34) from September 21 until September 25 Trent Vale: Carriageway incursion on Campbell Road near Stone Road Business Park from September 24 until September 28 Trent Vale: Lane Closure on A34 Stone Road near Riverside Road from August 13 until October 5 Tunstall: Two way traffic signals on A5271 Brownhills Road outside Tunstall Trade Park from September 24 until September 28 Tunstall: Multi-way traffic lights on Harewood Street from the junction near Lascelles Street from September 24 until January 11 2019 Tunstall: Roadworks and road closures on Lascelles Street from September 10 until November 2 Tunstall: Multi-way traffic lights on Madison Street near junction with High Street from September 20 until September 24 Read MoreAsda store set to host Timpson as ‘retail pod’ plan approved Newcastle Borough Bradwell: Two way traffic lights along Bradwell Lane until November 30 Crackley: Multi-way traffic lights on Deans Lane from September 25 until September 27 Cross Heath: Roadworks and road closures on A34 Liverpool Road near junction of Lower Milehouse Lane until October 12. Kidsgrove: Give and take traffic control on Liverpool Road from September 25 until September 27 outside number 65 Kidsgrove: Give and take traffic control on The Avenue in Clough Hall from September 20 until September 24 Near M6: Multi-way traffic signals at junction of B5500 Nantwich Road at junction with Limbrick Road until October 12 Madeley: Two way traffic lights on New Road from September 19 until September 29 May Bank: Carriageway incursion at roundabout outside Dove House on Brampton Road from September 19 until September 25 Mow Cop: Roadworks/road closure on Mow Cop Road, Mow Cop from the junction of Mow Cop Road from September 17 until October 26 Newcastle: Roadworks and road closure on Milborne Drive until October 5. Newcastle: Two way traffic lights on Tansey Way from September 19 until September 25 Newcastle: Roadworks and road closure on Whitfield Avenue until October 9. Porthill: Two way traffic lights on High Street from September 20 until September 24 Porthill: Multi-way traffic signals on Oakland Avenue and Inglewood Drive from September 17 until October 12 Seabridge: Two way traffic lights on Guernsey Drive from Forest Grove and Sark Close Silverdale: Multi-way traffic lights on High Street from junction with Mill Street to Parkfields Close from September 7 until October 18 Silverdale: Roadworks and Road closure on Hollywood Lane until March 20 2019 Silverdale: Multi-way traffic signals on Mill Street from the junction with Newcastle Street to the junction with High Street from August 29 until September 25. Silverdale: Roadworks and road closure on Park Road until September 28 Westlands: Two-way signals on A53 Whitmore Road near junction with Seabridge Lane from September 23 until September 27 Read MoreAaron Nixon inquest: Dad-of-one, 30, died minutes after rescuing friend from pool Staffordshire Moorlands Biddulph: Multi-way traffic signals on Hurst Road near junction of Hurst Road and Grange Road from September 17 until September 28 Biddulph: Roadworks and road closure on Troughstones Road from August 13 until October 15 Blythe Bridge: Two way traffic signals on Uttoxeter Road between number 250 and number 319 on September 25 Blythe Bridge: Temporary closure on Uttoxeter Road for annual level crossing test from 7am until 2pm on September 30 Bradnop: Multi-way traffic signals at junction of A523 Ashbourne Road and School Lane from September 24 until September 27 Calton: Two way traffic lights on Back Lane from outside Ivy Cottage to outside Pales Corner Farmhouse from September 18 to September 26 Cheadle: Two way traffic signals on B5032 Ashbourne Road outside number 166B from September 25 until September 27 Cheadle: Multi-way traffic signals on Leek Road between September 24 and September 26 Ipstones: Roadworks and road closure on Belmont Road from September 24 until September 27 Mayfield: Two way traffic signals on A52 Mayfield Road from September 24 until September 26 Kingsley Holt: Roadworks and road closure on Lockwood Road until September 24 Leek: Multi-way traffic signals on Abbotts Road from September 10 until October 26 Leek: Multi-way traffic signals at junction of Ball Haye Green, Haregate Road and Novi Lane from September 10 until October 26 Leek: Multi-way traffic lights at junction with Broad Street and Hartington Street from September 21 until September 25 Leek: Temporary traffic lights on Southbank Street near junctions with London Street, Shoobridge Street, Leonard Street and Westfields from September 10 until October 18. 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Alsager: Multi-way traffic signals on Pikemere Road from August 6 until October 12 Alsager: Stop/go boards on Spencer Close at junction with Close Lane on September 30 Bosley: Two way traffic lights on Tunstall Road near Bosley Wood Treatment until February 2019. Brereton: Two way traffic signals on A50 Newcastle Road at the junction with Holmes Chapel Road from September 18 until October 5. Brereton: Roadworks and road closure on Holmes Chapel Road from September 18 until October 5 Brereton Heath: Roadworks and road closure from Timbers to junction with Brereton Heath Lane on September 24 Church Lawton: Multi-way traffic lights on Knowsley Lane at junction with A34 Congleton Road North from September 29 until September 30 Congleton: Roadworks and road closure on Astbury Lane Ends from September 28 until October 1 Congleton: Carriageway incursion on Back Lane near junction of Longdown Road from August 20 until October 1. Congleton : Carriageway incursion on Back Lane near Travis Perkins from September 20 until September 27 Congleton: Two way traffic lights on Bankhouse Drive from September 24 until September 28 Congleton: Give and take traffic control on Canal Road from September 19 until September 25 Congleton: Roadworks and road closure on Canal Street on September 30, near junction with Chapel Street Congleton: Roadworks and road closure on Cumberland Road from September 25 until September 27 Congleton: Roadworks and road closure on Linksways from September 25 until September 26 Congleton: Roadworks on Macclesfield Road on A536 until September 30 Congleton: Stop/go boards on Malhamdale Road between Littondale Close and Wensledale Avenue on September 30 Congleton: Two way traffic signals on A527 Park Lane from September 24 until September 26 Congleton: Carriageway incurision on West Street near The Lion and Swan from September 12 until September 25 Crewe: Roadworks and road closure on Alton Street from Stamford Avenue to Electricity Street from September 28 until October 1 Crewe: Give and take traffic control on Broughton Lane, Wistaston, from September 25 until September 26 Crewe: Carriageway incursion on Broughton Road from September 24 until October 22 Crewe: Ongoing roadworks at Crewe Green Roundabout until December 1 Crewe: Two way traffic lights on A534 Crewe Road outside number 504 on September 27 Crewe: Multi-way traffic signals on Davenport Avenue from September 10 until October 22 near junction with Gresty Road Crewe: Give and take traffic control on Fuller Drive from September 26 until September 28 Crewe: Roadworks on Maw Green Road until October 31 Crewe: Multi-way traffic signals at junction of Middlewich Road/Wistaston Green Road from July 23 until October 25. Crewe: Give and take traffic control on Middlewich Street on September 25 Crewe: Multi-way traffic lights at junction of Minshull New Road and West Street from September 30 until October 4 Crewe: Roadworks and road closure on Moreton Road from September 29 until October 1 Crewe: Carriageway incursion on Nelson Street from September 19 until September 25 Crewe: Give and take traffic control on Newcastle Street from September 21 until September 27 Crewe: Roadworks and road closure on Queens Park from September 30 until October 3 Crewe: Multi-way traffic lights at junction of Smithy Lane and Flowers Lane from September 21 until September 25 Crewe: Two way traffic lights on A5020 University Way near the Pioneer site from September 24 until October 5. 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first_img Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy Associated PressPRAGUE (AP) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Friday he is skeptical that Iran will agree to halt its nuclear program, accusing Tehran of playing a “chess game” with the international community.Just days ahead of a crucial round of nuclear talks with Tehran, Netanyahu said “nothing would be better than to just see this issue solved diplomatically.”“But I have to say I see no evidence whatsoever that Iran is serious about ending its nuclear program,” he said. More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements New Year’s resolution: don’t spend another year in a kitchen you don’t like The five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council and Germany are gearing up for a May 23 meeting with Iran in Baghdad.Iran says its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes, like energy production. The West and Israel suspect Iran is pursuing nuclear weapons. Israel says a nuclear weapon in the hands of Iran would threaten the Jewish state’s survival.Speaking briefly after meeting Czech President Vaclav Klaus in Prague, Netanyahu called the Iranian nuclear program “the paramount issue of our time.”He repeated Israeli demands to be met for the negotiations to be successful: all uranium enrichment inside Iran has to be frozen, its current stockpile of enriched uranium has to be shipped out of the country and an underground enrichment facility near the city of Qom has to be dismantled.“When this is achieved, I’m the first one to applaud. But until then, you have to count me among the skeptics,” Netanyahu said.Netanyahu did not present any ultimatums, but Israeli officials have said time is running out to avoid military action. Also the U.S. has said it has plans in place to attack Iran if necessary to prevent it from developing nuclear weapons Comments   Share   Top Stories Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Sponsored Stories In Prague, Netanyahu accused Iran of using the talks just to “buy time, pretty much as North Korea did for years,” going “from meeting to meeting with empty promises.”“Iran is very good in playing this chess game,” he said.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Top holiday drink recipeslast_img read more

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