Fans greet Olympians returning from Pyeongchang Games at airports across Canada

first_imgHundreds of fans filled up the tiny arrival section of the airport in London, Ont., singing the national anthem and waving Canadian flags to welcome ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir.The pair signed flags, signs and Tim Hortons cups in what will be their last Olympic homecoming, as they retire from professional ice dancing after winning two sets of gold medals at the Pyeongchang Games.Their first-place wins in ice dancing and team figure skating in South Korea brought their total Olympic medal count to five, making them the most decorated figure skaters in the history of the Games.Cheering crowds also greeted Canada’s athletes in Vancouver, where gold medallists Cassie Sharpe and Patrick Chan returned Monday.Athletes also received a boisterous welcome in Montreal, where more than 100 people greeted returning athletes with hollers, horns and cheers at Pierre Trudeau International Airport.In London, Moir and Virtue were shocked by the number of people who came out to meet them.“We’re tired but this is so exciting for us, we’ve been thinking about this moment being back home since we won the gold medal,” said Moir, who is from nearby Ilderton, Ont. “It’s been unbelievable, we haven’t come down from Cloud 9.”Moir said representing Canada had only gotten more special in his third Olympics with Virtue.“None of the magic had worn off,” said Moir, who together with Virtue was Canada’s flag bearer at the opening ceremony. “If anything, you feel more patriotic and we understand more what it means to represent Canada and wear the flag on our back.”“It’s special and sentimental because it’s been 20 years in the making and it’s the culmination of it all competitively,” added Virtue. “It couldn’t have gone any better for us.”Asked when they think they’ll come down from the high of winning, Virtue replied: “do we have to?”The duo has been melting hearts since they claimed gold at the 2010 Vancouver Games, but this year they garnered a whole new group of fans who swooned over their chemistry on the ice. Some have suggested they might be in a romantic relationship — a rumour the athletes have been denying for years.In Vancouver, Chan said it was just beginning to sink in that he’d won gold in the team skating event.“It’s a nice feeling,” the Toronto skater said with a grin, adding that he plans to leave it in his suitcase for a little while.“I’ll take a look at it every once in a while. It’s sometimes better to keep it away and then just enjoy it once in a while.”Chan, 27, will also retire from competition, although he said he would continue to be involved in skating and perform at shows. He also hopes to eventually open his own skating school that will bring together Vancouver-area coaches and athletes.“I’ve waited for so long, in a way,” said Chan, who recently relocated to B.C. “It’s a new beginning and a rebirth.”But first, he’ll enjoy a rest.“I’m going to just take a week to not do anything, not be a skater, not be an athlete and just enjoy B.C., enjoy everything I love about this place,” he said.Sharpe, from Comox, B.C., also said she was excited to be back in her own bed, cook herself some food and “just hang out.” Her gold medal in freestyle skiing halfpipe was tucked into the pocket of her Team Canada sweater.“It’s phenomenal,” she said. “It feels even better to hold it on Canadian soil. It feels good bringing it home.”“Personally, it’s a bucket list thing. How many people get to say they won gold at the Olympics?” she added. “But then of course, feeling the pride and feeling everybody from Canada being so proud of you and being so happy that you’re bringing it home to them … it’s incredible.”Women’s hockey veteran Meghan Agosta was wearing her silver medal as she arrived in Vancouver. She said it was “unfortunate” that the final game against the U.S. ended in a 3-2 shootout loss.“When it comes down to a shootout, anything could happen,” she said. “But I’m so proud and happy with every single one of us girls in that room, we showed a lot of character, a lot of resilience.”Asked about her teammate Jocelyn Larocque’s initial refusal to wear her silver medal on the ice, Agosta said it was the “heat of the moment.“The decision that she made, it wasn’t any ill will,” said Agosta. “She didn’t mean to disrespect anybody. We train so hard and we went there for gold. It was unfortunate that we ended up losing, but Jocelyn Larocque, she’s an amazing leader, an amazing person, a great teammate.”Agosta took a year off from her job as a Vancouver police officer to train for the Olympics. She said she returns to the force in May.Bobsled pilot Chris Spring of Priddis, Alta., who didn’t bring home a medal, said he was excited for his fellow athletes who did. He said he was driving well during the two-man race but made a poor choice of runners on the first day, and his efforts to be aggressive on the second day didn’t pan out.“Huge credit to the coaching staff and everyone behind the scenes, the mechanics,” he said after arriving in Vancouver.“I was excited to leave,” he added with a laugh. “If you have a great Games, you’re excited to come home and share your results with Canada here, with family and friends. If you don’t have a great result at the Games, then you’re also pretty excited to get home.”Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford, who ended their competitive careers with a bronze medal in pairs figure skating, were among the athletes who returned to Montreal.“This was our last competitive competition, so it closes the book on this story,” Radford said. “We look forward to doing shows and performing for people, but in a different context.”Duhamel said she felt “so settled and so content. Couldn’t have asked for it to be any more than what it was. I just felt so settled.”Moreover, when Canada’s skating team won gold, Radford became the first openly gay man to win an Olympic gold medal.“I feel really proud of that fact,” he said. “My success in skating allows me to tell my story, and I try to inspire LGBT youth and young athletes in general.”The Pyeongchang Winter Games were the final Olympis for speedskater Charles Hamelin, who was part of the short-track team which captured bronze in the men’s 5,000-metre relay final.“I tried to take a little moment with the guys and myself and to look in the crowd,” he said after his last skate. “I tried to look everywhere in the stadium, just to make sure I remember the moment forever.”Kim Boutin, the 23-year-old flag bearer for the closing ceremonies from Sherbrooke, Que., raced to three speed-skating medals in Pyeongchang — silver in the 1,000 metres, and bronze in both the 500 and 1,500.“I will be sleeping, eating, just spending time with family,” she said. “I feel accomplished in what I did.”She was hit hard online, however, with death threats and insults after she was blamed when South Korean star Minjeong Choi was disqualified in the 500.“That’s part of the athlete’s life,” she said about the online hate. “I was ready for that situation. My team helped me get through that obstacle.”last_img read more

UN committee slams Harper governments failure to address MMIW

first_imgAPTN National NewsThe United Nations Human Rights Committee slammed the federal government Thursday for its “failure” to respond to the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women.The committee says it’s concerned with disproportionate number of Indigenous women and girls affected by life-threatening violence, murders and disappearances.“Notably, the committee is concerned about the State party’s reported failure to provide adequate and effective responses to this issue across the territory of the State party,” the committee said in its report taking aim at Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Conservative party.The committee says there’s been a lack of information on measures the Harper government has taken to “investigate, prosecute, and punish those responsible.”A national inquiry is needed, the committee recommends, as well as a review of police responses across the country.APTN sought comment from the the Prime Minister’s Office. The foreign affairs minister’s office responded instead.“Canada is the best country in the world,” said spokesperson Johanna Quinney. “We are proud of our human rights record at home and abroad. Just last week the Reputation Institute found that Canada was the most admired country in the world.”The committee is also raising concerns about Canada’s new anti-terror legislation, saying it could run afoul of the international covenant on civil and political rights.The committee says it’s concerned sweeping powers in the law, known as C-51, do not contain enough legal safeguards to protect people’s rights.The committee says while it appreciates Canada must take steps to protect against terrorism, the government should consider rewriting the law to ensure it complies with the international civil rights agreement.Problems with C-51 are only part of a list of issues the committee is raising today in releasing a report on how well Canada is meetings its obligations under the civil and political human rights covenant.– with files from The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Pepsico 4Q results beat Wall Street expectations on higher prices Latin American

by The Associated Press Posted Feb 14, 2013 3:52 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Pepsico 4Q results beat Wall Street expectations on higher prices, Latin American strength NEW YORK, N.Y. – PepsiCo’s net income rose 17 per cent in the fourth quarter as it raised prices and sold more of its snacks and drinks around the world.The company’s earnings and revenue beat analysts’ estimates. It also provided an annual earnings outlook in line with Wall Street expectations and raised its quarterly dividend by 5.6 per cent.Shares of PepsiCo. rose on the news.The results mark the end of what CEO Indra Nooyi said would be a “transitional year,” with the company embarking on a cost-cutting program and stepping up investment in its flagship brands. PepsiCo’s brands include Frito-Lay, Gatorade and Quaker.“I believe that 2012 marked a turning point for PepsiCo,” Nooyi told investors during a conference call after the results were released. “We truly stepped up our game and created the foundation for continued improvement and competitive advantage.”The company, based in Purchase, N.Y., has been increasingly looking for growth from countries such as China and India where the appetite for packaged foods and drinks is rising more quickly than in the saturated U.S. market. But over the past year, PepsiCo has also made a point of investing more heavily in its namesake soda in North America, most recently with the sponsorship of the Super Bowl halftime show starring Beyonce.As eating and drinking habits change, PepsiCo is also focusing on new products that position it for the future. For example, it introduced a mid-calorie version of its namesake soda called Pepsi Next last year to win back soda drinkers who want to cut back on calories but don’t like the taste of diet colas. And this month, it’s introducing a Mountain Dew breakfast drink marketed toward young men who don’t like coffee or tea.For the period that ended Dec. 29, PepsiCo Inc. earned $1.66 billion, or $1.06 per share. That’s compared with $1.42 billion, or 89 cents per share, a year ago.Excluding a pension charge and other items, earnings were $1.09 per share. Analysts surveyed by FactSet expected $1.05 per share.Revenue dipped 1 per cent to $20 billion from $20.2 billion, hurt in part by the stronger dollar, the refranchising of its businesses in China and Mexico and an extra week in last year’s quarter. Still, the performance topped Wall Street’s estimate of $19.8 billion.During the call with analysts on Thursday, Nooyi said that in drinks, the company has some “promising projects” that are going through the Food and Drug Administration review process that once marketed commercially could “potentially alter the trajectory of our cola business in a meaningful way.”But then in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission after the call, the company backtracked and said the innovation process was under way but that it had not yet been submitted to the FDA.Nooyi also noted that PepsiCo continues to reduce costs in the company’s American beverage business and is exploring a variety of potential structural alternatives to improve profitability and return. Early next year, it will report on the progress on those initiatives, she said. The company didn’t offer any more specifics during the call with investors.Shares of PepsiCo, based in Purchase, N.Y., added $1.15 to $72.32 in midday trading.For the full year, PepsiCo earned $6.18 billion, or $3.92 per share. In the previous year the company earned $6.44 billion, or $4.03 per share.Adjusted earnings were $4.10 per share.Annual revenue fell 2 per cent to $65.49 billion from $66.5 billion.Looking ahead, the company said it foresees 2013 earnings rising 7 per cent from 2012’s adjusted earnings of $4.10 per share. This implies $4.39 per share, which is what analysts had predicted for the year.PepsiCo said that the quarterly dividend increase will begin in June. read more

Commentary 2011 NBA draft gives Cleveland Cavs another shot at greatness

With the first and fourth overall picks in the 2011 NBA draft, the Cleveland Cavaliers are closer to fulfilling Dan Gilbert’s prophecy. The Cavs’ owner predicted that the “Cavaliers will win an NBA Championship before the self-titled (former) king wins one.” OK, that’s still insane. They aren’t the Miami Heat, but they are on the right track as they attempt to escape LeBron James’ shadow. In a small market like Cleveland, no rebuilding process is quick and simple. It may not take very long to get back to the playoffs in the Eastern Conference, considering it is the Eastern Conference. The time it will take to get back to a championship level, though, is unpredictable. It always will take a bold move or two — such as the Mavs trading for Jason Kidd and Tyson Chandler — to build a championship-caliber team, but at the core of almost every title team is a superstar it drafted and developed. The Cavaliers were there at one point. Led by James and, uh, Sasha Pavlovic, they reached the NBA Finals in 2007. That was not a championship-level team — and the San Antonio Spurs proved that to them. To get back to the Finals, a series of bold moves ended up creating a team that didn’t have the mental toughness to win a title. That mindset was very reflective of its team leader — ironic, in a sense, considering he embraced the title “chosen one.” Regardless, the upcoming NBA draft signals that it’s time to move on from the past. By the pure luck of ping-pong balls bouncing their way — partially thanks to the Los Angeles Clippers’ eternal incompetence — the Cavaliers have a way to change the direction of the franchise. Despite James’ spoiled and arrogant attitude, he did create a positive culture around the team. The level of success the team reached during his seven years with it — though title-less — is unparalleled in franchise history. Not only did he help build a more passionate fan base, but his departure ended up galvanizing Cleveland fans and establishing a deeper connection to the team. That was most evident at the Cavs-Heat game Dec. 2, when the venomous crowd created a raucous atmosphere eclipsing that of the city’s first NBA Finals game. Gilbert paraded himself and a slew of other Cleveland “celebrities” out in front of the Quicken Loans Arena crowd in James’ return to Cleveland. Apparently, this was supposed to symbolize just how ingrained the Cavaliers are in the fabric of the city — and it’s true. The Cavs have done a better job identifying themselves with the city than the Browns or Indians. Of course, without consistent success, fans will start to lose interest in the team. That’s why striking gold in this year’s NBA lottery is key for the Cavaliers. It offers an opportunity to turn the team around quickly and establish another star to rally around. This time, hopefully, he won’t be thrust onto an undeserved throne. read more

Greater protections for whistleblowers after penalty points furore

first_imgTHE SHATTER VERSUS Wallace saga was again the main topic up for discussion at the latest round of Leaders’ Questions in the Dáil.Both the Fianna Fáil leader Michael Martin and Independent TD Clare Daly questioned the Justice Minister Alan Shatter’s motives for leaking confidential information about Wexford TD Mick Wallace’s encounter with gardaí.Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore, who was taking Leaders’ Questions today as the Taoiseach is in Brussels facing questions about Ireland’s tax arrangements with multi-national companies, vehemently defended minister for justice.Martin told the house that Shatter’s “half-hearted apology” to Wallace in the Dáíl “missed the point” and that it was an “abuse of his position”.The Fianna Fáil leader also questioned Shatter’s revelations that it was the Garda Commisioner Martin Callinan who provided him with the information“The garda commissioner is entitled to brief the minister of serious issues… but the minister should treat such information with confidence,” added Martin.Dáil likened to cabaretWhen it was deputy Daly’s turn she put it to Gilmore that Shatter treated the “house like cabaret” and was scathing about the comments he made on RTÉ’s Prime Time.She outlined the “difficult” position that both whistleblowers found themselves in when they tried to bring the penalty points scandal to the attention of relevant authorities. She added that they were “warned off” and “tried to be silenced”.However, for once in the session, Gilmore agreed with Daly and said more needs to be done to protect them:“I think it’s been high-time that legislation is introduced that will protect whistleblowers… without fear of their job or without fear of any discrimination,” said Gilmore.He added that legislation is currently being drawn up which will be put before government shortly.Read: Shatter: I made comments ‘to defend the integrity of An Garda Síochána’>last_img read more

Good Morning America touts Roman Reigns announcement you cant miss

first_img Wrestleview Weekly: Predictions for tonight’s Clash of Champions event in Charlotte Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Google+ Facebook Pinterestcenter_img WhatsApp Roman Reigns, who is making his return to WWE television tonight on Monday Night RAW for the first time since last October when he revealed a battle with leukemia, is being advertised for “Good Morning America” tomorrow on ABC.Reigns is being advertised to make an announcement “you can’t miss.”TOMORROW MORNING: @WWERomanReigns shares his story only on @GMA. https://t.co/W1vUNMab63 pic.twitter.com/15R8IKmgxb— Good Morning America (@GMA) February 25, 2019Wrestleview.com will have full coverage of Reigns’ appearance tonight on RAW beginning at 8:00 p.m. Eastern/7:00 Central, along with live reactions on YouTube after RAW. WWE Draft confirmed to be taking place as a two-night event starting on October 11 WWE RAW Ratings: Viewership sees a 15% drop against the return of Monday Night Footballlast_img read more

Goodwill Flag Center continues producing flags this Fourth of July

first_imgThese flag makers are proud of their craft, especially on America’s birthday.“On the Fourth of July, where we celebrate this country’s independence, they are particularly proud,” said De La Matta-Little. “Even though it’s a small part behind the scenes, they were part of making that story come alive.”About 900 employees help in making these flags. Ninety-six percent of them are people with disabilities.“No matter where I see the flag, I say, ‘Did I make that flag. Did I put my hands on it?’” said Perez.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. MIAMI (WSVN) – A South Florida Goodwill is working hard to make sure Old Glory looks glorious this Fourth of July.Goodwill’s Flag Center in Alapattah creates about 600 flags a day for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and commercial use.Every Old Glory star, stripe and canton is made with 100-year-old embroidery machines and Goodwill workers.“Goodwill’s mission is to train employees–people with disabilities,” said Goodwill’s vice-president of Marketing and Development Lourdes De La Mata-Little, “and so it’s interesting that we make the country’s symbol of independence when the very people who seek goodwill and seek their services are in their own way seeking their own independence.”Starting with 4.5-inch stars and ending with a 9-foot long symbol of freedom, every flag is made to perfection and inspected thoroughly before shipping out, with no loose threads or pulls.“It starts with a little piece and goes out, and it comes together,” said Goodwill employee Joseph Nunez. “It’s like a puzzle.”“They have to be perfect because we’re talking about the American flag,” said Goodwill employee Iris Perez. “It’s important, it’s for soldiers, and it’s a flag that we respect.” last_img read more

LETTER TO THE EDITOR State Rep Candidate Dave Robertson Has Walked The

first_imgDear Editor,We are writing to give our whole-hearted endorsement and support to David Robertson in his campaign for State Representative. Representative Miceli introduced us to Dave several years ago and we have always been impressed with Dave’s attention to detail and follow through. Dave has never been someone who simply “talks the talk.” Time and again, in our dealings with him, he has “walked the walk” and that is who we need to fill the gaping hole left by the loss of Rep. Miceli.Dave was very much Rep. Miceli’s right hand man. Who better to represent us at the State House then someone who has already sat in on the meetings, stood in the chambers, and seen first-hand how to effectively advocate for what is best for our community? When Dave talks about the issues facing us, he demonstrates a depth of knowledge and a plan of attack that is unique to him. He genuinely wants what is best for us and he is the only candidate that has the knowledge and the experience to get the job done at the State House on day one.Finally, in getting to know Dave as a person, we are honored to consider him a friend. Dave is just a really good guy. Have you ever seen the movie “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington?” That’s what we think of when we think of Dave. He’s a principled man who would do us proud. We know that he wants what is best for us, our children, and our parents. His words are his own and they come from the heart.We ask all of our friends to help us in supporting David Robertson for State Representative and encourage everyone to make sure they are registered to vote, that they get an absentee ballot if they cannot vote in person at the primary, and that they come out strong at the primary in supporting our friend, David Robertson.Sincerely,David and Jomarie O’MahonyLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedLETTER TO THE EDITOR: Vote Dave Robertson For State Rep On November 6In “Letter To The Editor”LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Middlesex Sheriff Peter Koutoujian Endorses Robertson For State RepIn “Letter To The Editor”LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Robertson Learned From The Best, Keep Him At The State HouseIn “Letter To The Editor”last_img read more

Alaska News Nightly Friday July 10 2015

first_imgA $23M Military Exercise: A Last Hurrah for JBER’s 4-25th? Zachariah Hughes, KSKA – AnchorageThis week, US Army Alaska troops based at JBER have been taking part in a massive training exercise stretching from Alaska to Australia. Operation Talisman Saber involves over 33,000 military personnel from three continents.The airborne unit playing lead in one of the several on-going exercises in the Pacific theater is slated for cutbacks. The unit also exemplifies the Army’s changing global mission.BC’s Mount Polley Mine To Re-Open After 2014 Dam BreachEd Schoenfeld, CoastAlaska – JuneauA British Columbia mine that’s become a symbol of mineral extraction’s environmental threats will reopen next month. Provincial officials Thursday granted the Mount Polley Mine conditional approval to resume limited operations.Metlakatla’s Tourism Industry BlossomsRuth Eddy, KRBD – KetchikanMetlakatla, the Annett Island town, has recently seen more visitors through the community’s tourism department. This year may be the first that tourism pumps some noteworthy money into the Tsimshian community.Hoonah Vets Recount Vietnam War in New DocumentaryLisa Phu, KTOO – JuneauA new documentary profiles the lives of Tlingit veterans from Hoonah who fought in the Vietnam War. As Lisa Phu reports, “Hunting in Wartime” premieres in the Southeast Alaska Native village Friday.AK: Adventure-Bound Couple Moves Into $8,600 House on WheelsElizabeth Jenkins, KTOO – JuneauA 1,200-square-foot house is considered small by today’s standards. But one Juneau couple is leaving their home for something with less than 100 square feet of livable space. They’re hitting the road, but that doesn’t come without sacrifice.49 Voices: Michelle Spark of Princeton, New JerseyLiz Ruskin, APRN – Washington, D.C.This week for 49 Voices, we’re going far afield, to hear from an Alaskan living in …New Jersey! Michelle Sparck grew up in Bethel, one of a set of triplets born to Lucy Sparck, of Chevak, and the late Harold Sparck, who moved from Baltimore to Bethel in the ‘60s. Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprn.Download Audiolast_img read more

Alaska Legislative races hold few surprises

first_imgRep.-elect Justin Parish paces as he talks with the Alaska Dispatch News at Rockwell in Juneau on election night, Nov. 8, 2016. The Democrat held a narrow lead over incumbent Republican Rep. Cathy Munoz. (Photo by Jeremy Hsieh, KTOO – Juneau)Download audioIn the state Legislature, only two of the 50 seats up for election have likely changed party hands. Anchorage Republican Liz Vasquez lost House District 22 to independent Jason Grenn. Juneau Republican Cathy Munoz lost District 34 to Democrat Justin Parish.Parish said agreeing to a state fiscal plan is a priority.“It’s an awesome responsibility which the people of Juneau and the people of my district have given to me. And I hope to honor it,” Parrish said. “It felt pretty good, if I’m really candid, and I’m very hopeful that we’ll be able to come to a solution which will work better for the people of Alaska and the people of Juneau.”There were no changes in the state Senate. In the most hotly contested races, Republican incumbent John Coghill of North Pole defeated Democrat Luke Hopkins and Anchorage Republican Cathy Giessel defeated independent challenger Vince Beltrami.Alaskans also voted on two ballot measures yesterday.Voters passed Ballot Measure One, which means people who apply for a PFD will automatically be registered to vote unless they opt out. With 97 percent of precincts reporting, the measure is passing 64 to 36 percent.Ballot Measure Two was defeated. It would have amended Alaska’s constitution to allow the state to borrow money to pay for student loans. That in turn would have helped lower interest rates on student debt. But 56 percent of voters rejected the measure.All 33 judges on the ballot were retained.last_img read more

This Program Diagnoses Website Issues in 15 Minutes

first_img Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Register Now » 2 min read Disclosure: Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you’ll find interesting and useful. If you purchase them, Entrepreneur may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners. Having a stellar piece of real estate on the web is crucial for any growing business. It’s one of the first things potential customers, clients, investors or business partners will look at when they’re determining if they want to work with you. A great website adds a level of professionalism and credibility, but it’s easy to make mistakes if you’re new to the digital marketing game.That’s why a lifetime subscription to SiteGuru is a must-have for your company’s website. The program performs a complete audit of your site, then uses a three-pronged approach to help you get a higher volume of quality clicks.SEO ProblemsProper Search Engine Optimization pushes your website to the top of Google’s search results. SiteGuru takes a deep dive into the inner workings of your site to suss out SEO issues. The program gives you actionable results based on this audit to help you maximize the effectiveness of your chosen keywords and site content. It’ll also help you optimize meta descriptions, page titles and semantic structure so you can make Google Search work for you.Usability IssuesGetting users to your website is only part of the battle: if parts of your site are difficult to use, you’ll lose potential customers every day. SiteGuru’s audit checks for usability issues, like broken links and security. It also tells you if your website is optimized for mobile use, so your clients and customers can quickly browse on their smartphones.TroubleshootingIf your website still isn’t meeting its benchmark goals, SiteGuru gives plenty of tips for general troubleshooting. It explores the skeleton of your website to find problems you may have overlooked, like errors in your HTML and structural problems that make your website too slow. You’ll also receive a weekly update on how your site is doing and how you can improve it, so you’ll always be on top of your latest metrics.Get a lifetime subscription to SiteGuru and kick your website up a notch for only $29.99.  March 12, 2019last_img read more

Agricenter SRL named exclusive distributor of S

first_img Agricenter S.R.L. named exclusive distributor of S … December 19 , 2018 Dole trucks attacked in Honduras as protests build … U.S. judge denies Chiquita’s request to be let out … You might also be interested in Haskap berries, also known as blue honeysuckle, can now be sold in the European Union (EU) after authorities officially classified the fruit as a traditional food.U.K.-based berry and stonefruit company Soloberry, which has been heavily involved in bringing the fruit to the EU since 2015, said it has been successfully selling haskap outside of Europe, with sales as far afield as Japan.Haskap, scientifically known as Lonicera caerulea L., were listed as a traditional food under EU regulations on Dec. 13.Soloberry said demand has risen in Europe to both grow and buy haskap, particularly since its latest announcement on the progress of classification in July.It describes the taste of the rectangular-shaped fruit as a cross between a blueberry, blackberry and raspberry, with a tangy flavor that makes it ideal for the processing industry. The company said it was excited to bring this “super tasty super berry” to a market where it has built a considerable berry customer base over the past 10 years.”The team at Soloberry have invested great time and energy, with a professional approach, in their commitment to bring this product to market,” it said.”The successful submission of their dossier that clearly showed that Japanese Agriculture at Hokkaido Island have been proactively involved in managing the cooperative system of growers, logistics and sellers of haskap berry for over 25 years.”This alongside evidence strongly suggesting that haskap berries have been found to be safe for consumption in Japan, helped to secure the change in status of haskap from novel to traditional food.”Soloberry said that the haskap has higher antioxidant levels than blueberries and is suited to northern climates. After Trump drops tariff threat against Mexico, U. …last_img read more

The ensuing Cardinals drive ended at their own 33

first_imgThe ensuing Cardinals’ drive ended at their own 33-yard line, forcing a Scott Player punt to dangerous Chicago return man Devin Hester. Uh-oh again. Hester took the punt back 83 yards for a touchdown, and without scoring a point on offense, the Bears had erased a 20-point deficit and taken a 24-23 lead.Amazingly, there was time left, and with that time, the Cardinals drove into field goal territory. Almost fittingly, Rackers missed a 40-yard field goal wide left and one of the most improbable comebacks in league history was complete.And, of course, this followed from Arizona head coach Dennis Green.Final Score: Chicago 24, Cardinals 23 Kurt Warner threw for 328 yards and three touchdowns, two to Anquan Boldin, and the Cardinals’ defense stopped 49ers fullback Michael Robinson on a third and goal at the one-yard line as time expired, and finally Arizona won a Monday Night Football game.On the final play, Frank Gore, who had run for 99 yards on 23 carries, was split out as a wide receiver.The win pushed the Cardinals’ record to 6-3 as they were on the way to the divisional title and their first-ever Super Bowl appearance.Final Score: Cardinals 29, 49ers 24 September 12, 1988In their first-ever home game at Sun Devil Stadium, the fans were treated to a head scratching decision to end the first half. November 29, 2010 – at University of Phoenix StadiumFrank Gore carried just five times for 52 yards before breaking his hip. But without him, the 49ers’ running game didn’t miss a beat. Brian Westbrook, who hadn’t had a 100-yard rushing game in two seasons, ran for 136 yards and a touchdown in the 49ers’ win. December 25, 1995 – at Sun Devil StadiumThe Cardinals, coached by Buddy Ryan, limped into this Christmas night affair with the mighty Dallas Cowboys having lost six of their last seven games. Ryan’s job security was pretty much nil, and the team played like it. Troy Aikman hooked up with Kevin Williams on two first half touchdown passes en route to a 37-13 win at Sun Devil Stadium. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories Final Score: San Francisco 24, Cardinals 10 October 16, 2006 – at University of Phoenix StadiumThe Cardinals brought an unsightly 1-4 record with them to their first-ever MNF game in their new home in Glendale. To add to their problems, they were playing the 5-0 Chicago Bears.But it looked like the Cardinals would finally get over the hump and win a Monday Night game. Rookie quarterback Matt Leinart threw first quarter touchdown passes to Anquan Boldin and Bryant Johnson and Neil Rackers added two field goals as Arizona built a 20-0 lead. The teams traded field goals in the third quarter and the Cardinals led 23-3.Then it happened. A total collapse. With eight seconds left in the third quarter, Leinart was sacked by defensive end Mark Anderson. The ball came loose, former Saguaro High star Mike Brown scooped it up, and ran it into the end zone for a touchdown, shrinking the Cards’ lead to 23-10.Chicago quarterback Rex Grossman would throw two interceptions (his third and fourth of the game) in the fourth quarter, but the Cardinals couldn’t capitalize. Following the latter of the two picks, Arizona took over with under six minutes to play. On first down, Edgerrin James fumbled and Charles Tillman scooped up the ball and rumbled 40 yards for a touchdown. On the play, James appeared to have his forward progress stopped, but the officials never blew the play dead. Arizona 23, Chicago 17. Uh-oh. September 27, 2007 – at Candlestick ParkWith new coach Ken Whisenhunt at the helm, the Cardinals traveled to San Francisco to open their 2007 campaign, and once again disappointment followed.Arnaz Battle scored on a one-yard touchdown run with just :22 to go as the 49ers won 20-17. It was Battle’s only carry of the ball game.The 49ers managed only 194 yards of offense in the game, but 86 of them came on the last touchdown drive Final Score: San Francisco 20, Cardinals 17 When the NFL schedule comes out every April, the first thing most players look for are three words that speak for themselves: Monday Night Football.MNF broadcasts stand above the rest each and every week. From the ESPN audience to the prime time billing, there’s nothing like being the No. 1 attraction around the league. For a few hours, all eyes are solely on you.For the Arizona Cardinals, though, maybe that’s not such a good thing. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retirescenter_img It had been four years since Dennis Green’s postgame meltdown, so Cardinals’ quarterback Derek Anderson got into the mix. Anderson was asked about being caught smiling by ESPN’s cameras on the sideline during the loss. Here was his epic response.Final Score: San Francisco 27, Cardinals 6 September 27, 1999 – at Sun Devil StadiumAnother Monday Night Game, another unfortunate event. This game would be the last in the brilliant career of 49ers quarterback Steve Young. Young was drilled by blitzing cornerback Aeneas Williams with :28 left in the first half. At the time, it was considered a mild concussion, but Young would never play again — he retired at the end of the year.In the game, the 49ers rushed out to a 17-0 lead, only to see the Cardinals creep back to within seven in the third quarter on a Mario Bates’ touchdown run and a field goal by Chris Jacke. But Lawrence Phillips, who incidentally missed the blocking assignment on the play where Young was injured, iced it with a 68-yard touchdown run with only 1:42 left to play. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo November 10, 2008 – at University of Phoenix Stadium Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Trailing 10-7, the Cardinals sent Al Del Greco on to attempt a 41-yard field goal to tie the game. Instead, they ran a fake with holder Cliff Stoudt flipping the ball over his shoulder to Del Greco, a stocky 5-foot-10, 200-pound kicker. Was Del Greco supposed to take it to the house? He didn’t. 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Modi can justifiably claim to have an elephantine memory His recall of the event in 1984 when the attack on Mulayam Singh Yadav was linked to a Congress leader was out of the ordinary He dipped into the forgotten pages of history bearing eminent significance in today’s context Politics is all about either erasing or creating memories And Modi’s efforts to revive old memories are unlikely to go in vain In a media-created hubris after the formation of the Samajwadi Party-Congress alliance people tend to forget the uncanny tendency of history to haunt you And there is little doubt that Mulayam had fought his life’s bitterest battle with the Congress File image of former SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav PTI Remember the legendary fight between Congress leader Balram Singh Yadav and Mulayam in Etawah which claimed many a lives The Darshan Singh versus Mulayam feud became the stuff of legend in the late 1980s But what appeared to be toughest battle for Mulayam’s survival took place when VP 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day-to-day basis in one of his fiercest battles the one against VP Singh This was the man who ironically donned the mantle of "Mandal messiah" some years later and proclaimed himself to be the defender of OBC rights Shivpal Yadav was then Mulayam’s constant companion who often took brazen risks to save the brother’s life Perhaps VP Singh as a chief minister had altered the face of UP politics quite radically by introducing extra-judicial executions and criminalising the governance in the garb of legality Since then Mulayam found himself always on the run while dealing with the successive Congress regimes — except for that of ND Tiwari whose socialist credentials gave a certain degree of solace to Mulayam Perhaps tough lessons of political life in the ravines resolutely reaffirmed Mulayam’s faith in Sicilian values where loyalty is treasured and betrayal is not forgiven This is the precise why Mulayam has never forgiven VP Singh though he worked with him when the latter raised a banner 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