Air France is putting a woman in charge of the airline, a first for the French carrier and a rarity in the male-dominated industry.Air France’s parent company said Wednesday that Anne Rigail will take charge of the airline on Monday. She is currently executive vice-president.The airline has been led on an interim basis by Benjamin Smith, an Air Canada veteran who was hired this year as CEO of parent Air France-KLM Group.Air France faces contentious wage negotiations with pilots and flight attendants and has been hit by a series of damaging strikes.Rigail, a 27-year veteran of the airline, says she is extremely honoured by the promotion. Smith says Rigail has always paid special attention to employees, and he expresses confidence that the airline can meet its challenges.An Air France spokeswoman confirmed that Rigail is the first female CEO in the airline’s history, which dates to the 1933 merger of five French carriers.Women have led other large airlines. Carolyn McCall was CEO of British low-cost carrier EasyJet for seven years until leaving this year to run British broadcaster ITV. But in recent years, only about 5 per cent of all airline CEOs were women, mostly in developing countries.The Associated Press
October 13, 2019
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recommends any Canadians worried about his government’s deficits to look at the country’s strong standing with international credit-rating agencies for reassurance.Speaking to The Canadian Press in a wide-ranging interview, Trudeau says Canada’s triple-A rating with agencies like Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s should provide comfort to taxpayers who fear his government has been accumulating too much debt.Trudeau says Canada’s long-running triple-A rating means experts have confidence in his government’s approach to the economy — even though many critics, and especially the Conservatives, warn Ottawa should be curbing deficit-spending in a stronger-than-expected economy.Asked about the next inevitable downturn or recession, Trudeau argues his government’s moves to boost immigration and to make investments in areas like skills training, public transit and a lower-carbon economy have made Canada more resilient against future shocks.The Trudeau Liberals were elected in 2015 on a pledge to run modest annual shortfalls of no more than $10 billion and to balance the books by 2019. Instead, they have posted yearly deficits almost double that size and no longer have a timetable to return to balance.After taking office, the Trudeau government shifted its focus to keeping the government’s debt burden on a downward track — and Trudeau says Ottawa will stick to that benchmark in the future.The Canadian Press
October 13, 2019
Hetherington’s idea of installing a roundabout is not a new one. Global News is reporting that calls to install the traffic control device are increasing in Saskatchewan, citing a 2013 crash along the Trans-Canada Highway east of Regina that killed 17-year-old boy.This Saturday, Hetherington will also be raising money for the town Humboldt at her store, Marcy’s Bright Ideas. She says that everything in the store will be 25 percent off, with 10 percent of sales being sent directly to the Mayor of Humboldt, along with a letter of support.With files from CBC News and Global Regina:http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatoon/scene-of-broncos-crash-haunted-sask-truckers-for-decades-1.4612253 In June 1997, Hetherington’s sister, Terri Lynne Fiddler, her husband Rod Fiddler, their three children; 4-year-old Jocelyn, 3-year-old Jasmine, and four-week-old Kassandre, were traveling eastbound on Highway 335 with Rod’s 26-year-old sister Wendy Lou on their way to Carrot River, southeast of Nipawin, Saskatchewan. While approaching the intersection with Highway 35, the pickup truck they were travelling in ran through a stop sign and collided with a southbound semi, before ending up in the ditch and bursting into flames. Rod Fiddler with his children, left to right, Jocelyn and Jasmine, and wife Terri. Kassandre, who was one month old in the crash, is not pictured. Photo by CBC NewsHetherington said that after the crash, in which the driver of the semi was found not at fault, her mother was told by a member of the Saskatchewan government of the day that safety improvements including rumble strips would be installed along Highway 335 to warn motorists of the upcoming stop sign. She added that while a flashing red light was installed above the stop sign, those rumble strips were never put in. After finding out several years ago and asking why the rumble strips weren’t installed, Hetherington said she got an explanation that she says isn’t good enough. “They said that because what they pave the road with, when the snowplows plow in the winter it will ruin the rumble strips, which I do not believe” said Hetherington. “Aren’t rumble strips dug in?”Hetherington explained that since she found out about the April 6th crash which killed 16 members of the Humboldt Broncos, she’s decided to take action to help ensure the intersection is made safer and claims no more lives.“I’m speaking out now because those people should’ve never gone through this. When I heard about this accident, I’m like ‘that’s it.’ That’s negligence by the Saskatchewan government. That is total neglect. I ask, ‘Why is this not done?’ They don’t give an answer. But I am going to hound them until this gets done.”Footage from Global Regina of a collision reconstruction that was conducted at the intersection of Highway 35 and Highway 335 in Sakatchewen. Photo by Global Regina.Hetherington pointed out footage shot by Global News at the scene of the April 6th crash which shows a number of road signs cluttering the same field of view as the stop sign, which she says is unsafe. She also wants to see the speed limit lowered on Highway 335 since it is a secondary road, and added that the best solution would be to turn the intersection into a roundabout. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Though it’s been nearly 21 years since a crash at a rural Saskatchewan intersection involving a pickup truck and tractor-trailer claimed the lives of six members of her family, Marcy Hetherington says she still remembers the sadness to this day.Her sadness, however, turned to anger two weeks ago when a crash involving a semi-truck and a bus claimed the lives of 16 members of the Humboldt Broncos Junior hockey – anger that’s now fuelling a crusade against the government she says could have done more to prevent the second tragedy.The wreckage of a fatal crash outside of Tisdale, Sask. A bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos hockey team crashed into a truck en route to a game. Photo by Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press https://globalnews.ca/news/4156114/highway-roundabouts-alberta-humboldt-broncos-bus-crash/
October 12, 2019
Marrakech- The Moroccan royal gendarmerie arrested, Tuesday in Marrakech, a soldier suspected of having a relationship with the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS), according to Al Sabah in its weekend edition.The authorities arrested the soldier, who works for the Ibn Guerir military base, during the ongoing military exercises known as “Mount Desert,” conducted by the Royal Armed Forces and its British counterpart in Bermram in the outskirts of Marrakech.The soldier was an officer participating in the “Mount Desert” military exercise, added the daily news. The daily said that, before taking part in the military exercise, the suspect suffered from mental problems, which pushed his hierarchy to authorize him to have leave.But, he authorities were informed that, while the soldier was on leave, he appeared in Afghan clothes with a beard.As soon as he allegedly recovered and returned to work, his superiors watched him closely, and then caught him making contact with ISIS.According to Al Sabah, the soldier was caught making a phone call to ISIS. He was arrested and taken to the regional headquarters of the Royal Gendarmerie in Marrakech for an investigation into the circumstances behind the call.Edited by Timothy Filla
October 12, 2019
Rabat – Low- and medium-high technology products make up 80 percent of Moroccan manufacturing exports, says the Directorate of Financial Studies and Forecasting (DEPF), based on statistics produced over the past 15 years.Technological development is being seen as a key factor in improving a country’s productivity, competitiveness, and growth. Since the 1980s, the increase in technological innovations, along with the influx of new entrants into world markets, has exacerbated competition between economies. From now on, the position of any country in the world economy depends on its capacity to innovate and invent.Faced with this new global economic environment, Morocco has embarked on a process of structural transformation in order to support its technological competitiveness, implementing appropriate sectoral policies and promoting of internationally oriented professions. These ambitious sectoral strategies have reinforced the emergence of growth-oriented businesses which, moreover, have contributed significantly to the modernization of the national industrial fabric and to the strengthening of the technological content of its exports. According to the DEFP, the technological content of Moroccan manufacturing exports has improved considerably over the last fifteen years, following their structural transformation.“The share of the former has fallen by 22.4 percent to 37 percent in 2015, against 59.5 percent in 2000, in favor of the share of medium-high-tech second-hand which increased, continuously over the period by 28 percent, reaching 46.2 percent at the end of 2015, compared with 18.2 percent in 2000,” noted the DEPF in a recent publication on “The technological content of Morocco’s manufacturing exports: evolution and comparative analysis.”According to the DEPF, which operates under the Ministry of Economy and Finance, the share of manufactured products with medium-high technology has increased from 23 percent on average over the period 2000-2007 to 40.7 percent over the 2008-2015 period, thus exceeding the world average which is establish at 34.4 percent.This change was mainly due to the increase in the share of phosphate exports, from 11 percent of Morocco’s total exports to 17 percent between the two periods, as well as that of vehicles from 0 to 5 percent and electric appliances equipment from 6 to 11 percent, explained the DEPF, noting that Morocco’s market share of medium-high-tech products has doubled from 0.08 to 0.16 percent.In the case of exports of high-tech manufactured goods, the share of imports declined from an average of 10.2 percent between 2000 and 2007 to 6.1 percent in the second period, compared with 24.9 percent and 22.4 percent worldwide. However, the DEPF asserted that, despite a downward trend, the share of low-tech products remained high, standing at around 41.3 percent on average between 2008 and 2015, compared with 16 percent at the global level.This decline, the publication explains, is attributed to a 20 percent decline in the manufactured clothing sector of total Moroccan exports on average over the period 2000-2007, to 11 percent on average over the period 2008-2015.For medium- and low-technology products, consisting mainly of residual petroleum products and miscellaneous iron and steel products, their share remained relatively low compared to the world average, with only 11.9 percent compared with 27.2 percent at the global level between 2008 and 2015. The DEPF reports concludes by noting that exports from the manufacturing sector account for 64.4 percent of the total Moroccan exports. In 2015, this sector generated an added value of more than MAD 154 billion at current prices, which constitutes more than 15.7 percent of the GDP.
October 12, 2019
BALTIMORE — Attorneys for the Pimlico Race Course owners say the city of Baltimore is trying to gain control of the racetrack and the signature Preakness Stakes race through eminent domain.The Stronach Group attorneys say there’s no “good ground” supporting the lawsuit filed last week by Mayor Catherine Pugh to keep the race in Baltimore. WBAL-TV reports the attorneys sent a letter Wednesday to a judge overseeing the lawsuit, saying Maryland has exclusive authority over all aspects of racing — not Baltimore.The letter says the lawsuit is a “transparent ploy to gain some sort of negotiating leverage over the owners of the Maryland Jockey Club and the Preakness Stakes.” Proposed legislation would make state funds available for The Stronach Group to revamp another site, possibly moving the race.___Information from: WBAL-TV, http://www.wbaltv.comThe Associated Press
October 7, 2019
WATERFORD — Coun. Kim Huffman would like to figure out a way to build a large pavilion at the east end of Shadow Lake Park in Waterford.There has been talk in the community of doing so for nearly three years.If Huffman could at least have the greenlight for one by 2022, she would consider it a major achievement as representative of Ward 7.A pavilion, Huffman said Wednesday, could be Waterford’s answer to the question of downtown revitalization in Norfolk County.Huffman sees it becoming a community focal point where families and organizations could stage events with a high degree of confidence in spring, summer and fall.It would also, Huffman said, even out the weather extremes Waterford’s Farmers Market has to contend with in the open-air park.The market opened for its fourth season Wednesday afternoon with five vendors. More will follow as Norfolk’s bounty presents itself according to its season.“This is a soft opening, to get people to come out,” Huffman, a founder of the market and co-manager with chef Tracey Winkworth, said. “There’s not a lot of produce at this time of year but we have about 15, 20 vendors lined up.”Waterford’s is a “twilight market” running from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. The hours were chosen to accommodate local residents with day jobs.Between now and its closure for the season Sept. 27, the market will feature buskers and live music along with a vast selection of fresh fruits, vegetables and locally-produced, value-added products.Huffman recalls how the organizing committee left nothing to chance when the market began in 2016. There were lots of rules that have since been relaxed to make the event more casual and “user friendly.”A pavilion is attractive not only as a focal point for the community but also to provide vendors and shoppers a more predictable market experience.There aren’t a lot of Wednesdays in summer that were as pleasant as this week’s market opening. A cool breeze was blowing in off the Waterford ponds while the sky was clear, bright and sunny.A pavilion, Huffman said, would provide shade from the scorching sun and a workable shopping environment when it’s raining.“It would make a big difference,” she said.The five vendors on site Wednesday were prepared for a slow day. Four of the five have been there since the beginning while the Cravings food truck has returned for a third season.Phil Ryan of Villa Nova Estates Winery says he’s there through thick and thin because that’s what’s needed to keep these day-experiences going.“We’re part of this community,” Ryan said. “It’s the ‘Waterford’ market. We feel we have to be here. If we’re not here, it might fade.”Huffman and Winkworth have capped the number of vendors at 25 due to insurance regulations. There is room for a few more whose focus is local, artisanal and healthy. To learn more email email@example.com .MSonnenberg@postmedia.com
October 4, 2019
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Christopher S. Rugaber, The Associated Press Posted Feb 21, 2013 8:49 am MDT Weekly applications for US unemployment benefits jump to 362K, a sign hiring may remain modest WASHINGTON – The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits jumped 20,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 362,000, though it remains at a level that suggests slow but steady improvement in the job market.The Labor Department said Thursday that the four-week average, a less volatile measure, rose 8,000 to 360,750, the highest in six weeks. A department spokesman said heavy snowstorms in the Northeast didn’t affect the total.Applications for unemployment benefits are a proxy for layoffs. Even with last week’s jump, they have trended downward recently. The four-week average has declined 7.5 per cent since mid-November and fell to a five-year low three weeks ago.Weekly applications “continue to show no sign of trending up,” Jim O’Sullivan, an economist at High Frequency Economics, wrote in a research note. “That is a good sign … consistent with the recent pace in employment growth at least being maintained.”Employers added an average of 200,000 jobs a month from November through January. That was up from about 150,000 in the previous three months.Last week’s increase puts applications for unemployment benefits back in the 360,000-to-390,000 range, where they have fluctuated since early last year. Since then, employers have added an average of 181,000 jobs a month.In January, the economy added 157,000 jobs. The unemployment rate ticked up to 7.9 per cent from 7.8 per cent in December. Economists think the rate will slowly decline if hiring continues at last year’s monthly pace of 180,000. The unemployment rate fell 0.7 percentage point in 2012.A total of 5.6 million people received unemployment benefits in the week that ended Feb. 2, the latest period for which figures are available. That’s about 300,000 fewer than in the previous week. Some of those no longer receiving unemployment aid may now be employed. But many others have exhausted the benefits available to them.The economy shrank at an annual rate of 0.1 per cent in the October-December quarter, hurt by a sharp cut in defence spending, fewer exports and sluggish growth in company stockpiles. That was much worse than the 3.1 per cent growth recorded in the July-September period.But economists predict that the October-December growth figure will be revised in coming months to show a small increase, after more positive data about last quarter has been reported. Economists now estimate that the economy expanded at an annual rate of about 0.4 per cent in the fourth quarter.Growth will likely pick up a bit in the January-March quarter to an annual rate of 1.5 per cent, analysts forecast. That’s better than the fourth quarter but below last year’s expansion of 2.2 per cent.
October 2, 2019
The UN organization dedicated to gender equality and the empowerment of women (UN Women), today announced that it has tapped British actress Emma Watson as Goodwill Ambassador.“We are thrilled and honoured to work with Emma, whom we believe embodies the values of UN Women” said Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka.Known for playing the leading role of “Hermione Granger” in the Harry Potter saga, Ms. Watson has been involved with the promotion of girls’ education for several years, and previously visited Bangladesh and Zambia as part of her humanitarian efforts.“The engagement of young people is critical for the advancement of gender equality in the 21st century and I am convinced that Emma’s intellect and passion will enable UN Women’s messages to reach the hearts and minds of young people globally” stressed Ms. Mlambo-Ngcuka.The role of the Goodwill Ambassador is to promote the empowerment of young women and to serve as an advocate for UN Women’s HeForShe campaign in fostering gender equality That campaign is a solidarity movement which brings women and men together to fight against gender inequalities faced by women and girls globally.“Being asked to serve as UN Women’s Goodwill Ambassador is truly humbling. The chance to make a real difference is not an opportunity that everyone is given and is one I have no intention of taking lightly” said Ms. Watson. “Women’s rights are something so inextricably linked with who I am, so deeply personal and rooted in my life that I can’t imagine an opportunity more exciting” she concluded.
October 2, 2019
Helping farmers adapt to the impacts of climate change can also significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, finds a new study released today by one of the agricultural agencies of the United Nations system. “What this report shows is that smallholder farmers are a key part of the solution to the climate change challenge,” said Michel Mordasini, Vice President of International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). “With the right investments, smallholders can feed a growing planet while at the same time restoring degraded ecosystems and reducing agriculture’s carbon footprint.” IFAD chose UNESCO’s Our Common Future under Climate Change Science Conference in Paris to release details of its latest research with the Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR). The study finds reducing emissions may not be as big a burden as some may believe and could be another benefit of adaptation activities. The study, released today, examines IFAD’s portfolio of projects focused on making smallholder agriculture more resilient to climate change. The Mitigation Advantage Report shows that thirteen IFAD-supported adaptation projects could reduce CO2e emissions by 30 million tons. This represents about 38 per cent of IFAD’s target to reduce 80 million tons of CO2e by 2020 under its Adaptation for Smallholder Agriculture Programme. Launched in 2012, this program has become the largest global financing source dedicated to supporting the adaptation of poor smallholder farmers to climate change. Whilst IFAD’s investments are focusing on the key priorities of rural poverty reduction, climate change adaptation and food security, the mitigation target set by the organisation shows how resilient, climate-smart agriculture can make a substantive contribution to the global fight to curb greenhouse gas emissions. IFAD’s climate change adaptation initiatives include improved agronomic practices, afforestation and rehabilitation of degraded lands. These practices help address farmers’ immediate needs, like dealing with unpredictable rains, and gradual shifts in crop suitability. If smallholder adaptation can help reduce global emissions, there could be new opportunities, according to Sonja Vermeulen, Head of research at the CGIAR program. “Currently over 90 per cent of public and private climate funds go to mitigation, not adaptation. For future food security it would be very helpful if the majority of the world’s farmers, who are smallholders, could access those funds,” she said.
September 24, 2019
Santasalo recently announced the expansion of its service portfolio in Sweden. The company has invested in a new service workshop in Northern Sweden which is fully equipped to meet the increasing demand of the local gearbox service market for both Santasalo and third party gear units, especially in mining.The 600 square metre workshop which opened in January 2016 is located in the town of Gällivare in the Northern part of Sweden, ideally located to meet the needs of various industries, namely mining. The workshop consists of a full strip and inspection area, single stage cleaning, fabrication and light machine shop, spin test equipment, root cause analysis and reverse engineering capability for third party gear units.Santasalo has extensive experience and knowledge of ring gear technology. From the Gällivare Service Centre service solutions for ring gear technology including repair and replacement of the complete ring gear application will be offered. Field service capabilities which include endoscope inspection, induction heater and jacking, porter power equipment, are supported by Santasalo’s Man&Van service bringing Santasalo’s service technician right to the customer’s doorstep.Madeleine Ingle, General Manager of Santasalo Sweden, comments: “In close dialog with our customers in northern Sweden we have identified a clear need for a local Santasalo service workshop. We will be where our customers need our support and see our new workshop in Gällivare as an important step in demonstrating the company’s commitment as a long-term player in the market.”
September 22, 2019
← Previous Story Argentinian girls qualify for Rio 2016! Next Story → Junior WCh 2015 (DAY 5): Four teams qualify for TOP 16 Zvonimir Noka Serdarusic has left the “game of the big guys” in summer 2010 after failure in the qualifications for the World Championship 2011 when his team, Slovenia, lost the battle against Hungary. Heathly problems, accusations about the EHF CL final 2007 in which THW Kiel won the first ever EHF CL trophy, average results with Slovenian team and RK Celje Pivovarna Laško, forced the man who was one of the makers of fantastic handball team in Kiel in the last 20 years, to withdraw from the handball court.However, in “up and down” story typical for every life and professional career, five years after he left Slovenia, Croatian coach from Bosnian city of Mostar is again in the saddle. After only average season with Aix Provence, the solid French team, but nothing more than that and some speculations about job in Croatia national team, Serdarusic overtook the most ambitious project in the handball world – Paris Saint Germain.Will he succeed in the country which language doesn’t know, with the team who is under pressure in every single match of the season, but with amazing roster consisted of some of the best of the best players on the Planet?We will see. The first training session was held earlier this week. You can see that in VIDEO…Le premier entraînement de la saison by ParisSaintGermainHandball
September 22, 2019
CHELSEA GOALS FROM Eden Hazard and Samuel Eto’o were enough to give the home side a 2-1 win over Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.The visitors hit the front after just five minutes when Martin Skrtel poked home from close range after Luis Suarez got ahead of Branislav Ivanovic at the front post. The Merseyside club held the lead for less than 20 minutes after Eden Hazard curled home this beauty to give Simon Mignolet no chance.YouTube credit: DakiHighlightsHaving led the league on Christmas Day, Liverpool will finish the year in fifth place, six points below leaders Arsenal, with Chelsea two points off the pace in third place behind Manchester City.Beaten 2-1 by City on Boxing Day, Liverpool have now lost successive league games for the first time since April 2012, while top scorer Luis Suarez has gone two games without scoring after amassing 10 in his previous four outings.However, it was difficult not to have some sympathy for the Uruguayan after he was bundled to the ground by Eto’o in the second half only to receive a shake of the head from referee Howard Webb and a chorus of boos from the home fans.It looked a clear penalty and just one of a number of decisions Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers will feel went against his team.Former Liverpool striker Fernando Torres threatened to seal victory at the death after coming on from the bench, but having taken Sakho out of the game, he saw his shot saved by Mignolet.LIVE: Chelsea v Liverpool, Premier LeagueSeamus Coleman hits the net again to help Everton defeat Southampton
September 17, 2019
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, April 13, 2017 – Providenciales – A 30 year old member of the Royal Turks and Caicos police is now formally charged in the Sunny Foods armed robbery of last year almost one year to the day of the brazen crime, where a retired police officer was also shot while on security duty for the grocery store.Clarry Morency was slammed with conspiracy to rob in the Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday (April 11) and was granted bail. Morency, who claims he is innocent, was not allowed to enter a plea and must return to court for a sufficiency hearing on July 7, 2017. Some believe the officer was set up. Morency is on suspended duty.#MagneticMediaNews#officerchargedinApril2016robbery#Policechargedinarmedrobbery Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #officerchargedinApril2016robbery, #Policechargedinarmedrobbery Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
September 1, 2019
The Capitol Hill Jazz Foundation’s mission is to serve the Washington D.C. jazz community by providing a weekly jam session, an annual jazz festival, and arts advocacy on behalf of D.C. jazz musicians. The Capitol Hill Jazz Fest, will occur on October 7 at Garfield Park — 2nd St., SE & F St., SE. The Jazz Fest serves as The Capitol Hill Jazz Foundation’s leading annual event. The dynamic festival and conference brings together musicians, community leaders, and policy professionals to address policy concerns that directly affect musicians on a local and national level. The conference will serve as an outlet for local music vendors to be introduced to broader audiences. For further information on Hill Fest, visit HillFest.org.
August 31, 2019
There are a lot of treadmill exercises one can do. These moves will not only strengthen your entire body but will also get your heart rate shooting up to burn calories, says an expert.Here are a few suggested workouts that could be tried on the treadmill:* Walking lunges: Performing them on a treadmill removes the obstacles so that you can focus on the move and get the most from every leg-burning lunge.* Side shuffles: Side shuffles work both your inner and outer thighs, while also toning you calves and doubling as a cardio exercise. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf* Walking plank: This variation works the front of your shoulders like no other, while forcing your stabilizers to work harder than ever.* Reverse mountain climbers: While a traditional mountain climber will work your entire body, this variation places more emphasis on kicking your legs back, as opposed to driving your knees in. That’s good news if you’re trying to sculpt your backside. *Crab walk: You probably haven’t done a crab walk since grade school gym, but it’s still a great exercise. Do it on a treadmill, and it will work your hamstrings, glutes, triceps, and core like crazy.* Treadmill push: Pushing a weighted sled is a seriously challenging exercise. By turning off your treadmill and running forward on it, you can mimic that motion. But not all treadmill belts can move when the treadmill is turned off. So if you have trouble moving the belt, stop trying and move on to a different exercise.
August 17, 2019
Frustration is growing in the industry, with concerns that wholesalers are abandoning agents, as they focus more on direct consumer contact than supporting agencies.Speaking to e-Travel Blackboard, a Travelscene American Express consultant said that it hurts a sale when an agent is left waiting for hours for wholesalers to return a phone call.The consultant explained that earlier this week they had left a voice message to adjust a customer booking made with Great Southern Railway (GSR). After hours of waiting for a call from the company they decided to ring through to the wholesaler’s public line and had their query answered within minutes.The travel consultant stressed that it was the first time they had experienced issues with GSR and it seemed as though wholesalers in general are more concerned with accommodating people booking online than they are with guiding agents.They added that they were informed by the GSR staff that among the “first things to go” in a company is assistance available to consultants.“They want us to do their distribution for them, to be their advertising and organise their bookings but yet they won’t provide us with any backup services,” the consultant stated.“The majority of wholesalers that do offer a call back system either don’t call back at all and the delay is just not constructive.“When agents call a wholesaler it is because we can’t find the information we need on the website or are experiencing difficulty and need genuine help with it.“So to just be ignored is just not good enough.”e-Travel Blackboard had contacted GSR and is awaiting comment. What do you think, have you ever experienced something similar? Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J
August 11, 2019
When Stanton did have time to operate, his receivers didn’t always do their part. Wide receiver Jaron Brown and running back Andre Ellington both dropped multiple passes Sunday, and Brown’s drop on what should have been an easy touchdown reception in the final seconds of the first half proved costly.“We didn’t protect him well enough in the first half, then we got that nice drive right before the half and we don’t catch a touchdown,” Arians said.Arians was also critical of his defense’s inability to tackle quarterback Russell Wilson, as well as the Cards’ subpar special-teams performance.Indeed, two of the game’s most important plays came on special teams. Chandler Catanzaro, who converted his first 17 field-goal attempts of the season to tie a rookie record, missed a 49-yard try in the first quarter — his second consecutive miss — that would have tied the game at 3-3.In the third quarter, Seattle blocked an Arizona punt that set up a field goal. How did the Seahawks get to the ball? The Cardinals took the field one man short.“Everything in today’s game was self-inflicted. We had 10 men on a punt and the punt gets blocked,” Arians said. “We don’t tackle. We don’t block. It’s a very simple game. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires “Our kicker’s got to kick better, our guys have got to tackle better and we’ve got to block better.” The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 0 Comments Share Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said there was plenty of blame to go around for his team’s 19-3 loss Sunday at the Seattle Seahawks, citing mistakes on offense, defense and special teams.For starters, Arians said the offensive line didn’t give quarterback Drew Stanton enough time to throw. Stanton went 14-of-26 for 149 yards, no touchdowns and one interception, and he was sacked three times.“We ran the ball OK but we did not protect the quarterback well. We had guys open,” Arians said. Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
February 22, 2019
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