The new school academic year is expected to commence on Monday, September 3. Come that day, thousands of our nation’s children will be attending school for the first time, going to a new school or to a new level. It is always a moment of pride, expectation and a bit of apprehension as a next stage along the path of enlightenment and personal development is undertaken.There will be tremendous pride for those who were successful at the previous stage with the expectation of similar results as new challenges are confronted. However, apprehension always seems to lurk given the uncertainty that can prevail over what this new path can bring.Given what is currently unfolding with regard to the current strike by teachers, uncertainty seems sure come Monday. For the multitude in the process of preparing for that historic first day within the public school system, there must be concerns especially for those rife with expectation on both sides; teachers and students.For the young minds, more so those entering high school, Monday’s moment is another stepping stone and generally an eagerly anticipated one. It is not dissimilar for the teachers as they look forward to welcoming their new batch to mould over the next year. It is also a time when their own success can be seen at different levels as their previous batch take another step in the process of advancement. Unfortunately, the stage seems very much unprepared as Monday approaches.There is no disputing the need for teachers to benefit from increased salaries as other public servants. With the focus currently on the teachers, their plight continues to be played out for all to see. Their clarion call for much needed increases has reached the stage of strike and protest action as negotiations remain unsuccessful. One of the uncertainties is how long this will obtain.There is no doubt of the impact the strike will have, especially if it were to be prolonged. There is no argument over the important role teachers continue to play in the development of children and the nation by producing the necessary human resource skill. Teachers are also part of that critical human resource and like everyone else, have challenges including having to provide for their own children who attend school.To provide what it takes is burdensome for many and the removal of the education grant compounds the situation, as do increase taxation and the continuous rise in cost of living. This makes current salaries woefully inadequate to mitigate the increasing demands. Come September, teachers and students who use public transportation will have to pay more for their commute as increase in minibus fares are expected as agreed with officials and operators.This is not a charge they and the other users of public transportation can escape when implemented. As a matter of fact, this increase has already been enforced in some areas and deeming it illegal has no effect. This will further squeeze workers who are already drowning in financial challenges to meet even the basic of demands of supporting their families.Everyone who has to outfit a child, or children for some, knows of the economic difficulties in doing so. The teachers are no exception and with additional transportation cost, their plight worsens. With that a given, there other uncertainties; whether their salaries will be withheld during the strike period, how long the protest will be sustained and support mechanism during the process.These will be answered as time progresses but a fundamental question remains; how can success be achieved if the salaries remain inadequate? More than likely this will be vehemently articulated by the leadership of the Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU) within the negotiating room whenever the sides find themselves back there. Therein lies the bottom line; for a nation to go forward, especially with the coming of oil, sustained academic success is vital.The infamous and seemingly imposed brain-drain that plagued the country a few decades ago ensured a protracted denial of necessary skills for development. If current uncertainties, as alluded, coupled with the worsening economic situation were to continue, then it becomes extremely difficult to stop a renewed exodus of academic skills. That is why it becomes even more imperative for an immediate solution for the short and long-term solution to be found.When workers are told that monies are not available for salary increases, it appears to be deceptive through the actions of the Administration. This seems evident by the 50 per cent hike in ministerial emoluments; Government’s increased dietary, travelling and security bills; costs for numerous Commissions of Inquiry and funding for projects like the imposing fence at the Ministry of the Presidency and D’Urban Park that appears to have little or no impact on national development.These scenarios not only fester uncertainty, but can infuse a deep sense of irrelevance through growing despondency in those who are the builders of society but are made to feel otherwise. For the builders, there appears to be no uncertainty about that.
Kevin Wambua’s girls, fresh from an impressive performance at the Hong Kong World Series qualifiers did not have a reply to the New Zealander’s emphatic show. Earlier on, other African representatives South Africa also lost to Canada.Woodman began the rout for New Zealand early on, showing sheer strength to push away Michelle Omondi, Doreen Remour and Sheila Chajira before dotting down on the left.Kelly Brazier grounded New Zealand’s second try of the game racing down under the posts from almost the halfway line after some little inside-outside step created space for her to run. Tyla Nathan-Wong added in the extras for a 12-0 lead.The rout continued, this time Gayle Broughton landing under the posts after some patient build up. Broughton raced down the field after a dummy past Remour. The conversion went through for a 19-0 lead at half time.After the break, Woodman added her second with another powerful run, bumping away from a marker on the left before cutting infield and heading into the try box unmatched.She struck again after Kenya failed to pick the restart, greasing through tackles to land under the posts, the New Zealanders steaming away 33-0.Niall Williams completed the job with two late tries wide, first capitalizing on an error from Janet Okello who failed to cover the ball inside the try box after a kick from a New Zealand player, Williams sneaking in behind her to ground before the ball went out of play.She completed her brace seconds to the buzzer, Kenya once again being found wanting on the rear.The Lionesses next match will be against Canada at 12:11pm.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Kenya Lionesses beaten by New Zealand 45-0 in Commonwealth GamesNAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 13- World Rugby sevens series all time top try scorer Portia Woodman dotted down thrice as New Zealand thrashed Kenya’s Lionesses 45-0 in the opening game of the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia on Friday.New Zealand, silver medalists from the Olympic Games in Rio, Brazil in 2016 ran in seven tries, five of which were converted as they began their journey to the Commonwealth Games gold on a positive note.
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Between 1996 and 1998, there were at least 160 vandalism incidents at oil and gas facilities in northwestern Alberta. They ranged from nails strewn along lease roads to shootings and bombings.In April 2000, Wiebo Ludwig was convicted of bombing a Suncor well site close to his home near Hythe. He was also found guilty of encasing a Norcen Energy well in concrete and counselling an RCMP informant to possess explosives. Ludwig served 19 months in jail. HYTHE, A.B. – More details have been released after a pipeline was vandalized near Hythe late last week.Const. Michelle Mosher says an employee with a construction crew reported the vandalism from the site north of Hythe on Sunday morning.Mosher says it appears a piece of construction equipment was used to try to dig up the pipeline and the line will have to be replaced.- Advertisement -Mounties are not releasing the name of the company that owns the pipeline. A spokesman for the body that regulates pipelines in Alberta says the line is under construction and no product was involved or spilled.Mosher is encouraging anyone in the area who may have seen anything out of the norm to call police.“Sometimes in remote areas the people who live in the areas recognize different people and different vehicles that they don’t normally see,” she said. “If there’s any suspicious people or things, please come forward with that information.”Advertisement
1 Leicester City have moved to boost their Champions League squad for next season by handing Marcin Wasilewski a new one-year deal.The defender, signed from Anderlecht in 2013, was part of the Foxes’ 2014 promotion side and made nine appearances for the Premier League winners last season.Wasilewski has Champions League experience with his last club in Belgium and City boss Claudio Ranieri wants as many experienced players as possible on board for their challenges ahead next season.The 36-year-old, who has been capped 60 times by Poland, began his career as a right-back but has been used as central defensive cover for Wes Morgan and Robert Huth at the King Power Stadium. Marcin Wasilewski in action for Leicester against Arsenal
A spokesman for City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo said he had no comment. Aides to Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said he was leaving the issue for the council to decide since it would not affect his office. Gastelum said revising the charter would not infringe on the mayor’s powers, since council members would still face term limits and be elected on staggered terms. The problem with the current system, he said, is the lack of continuity in leadership. “We have a system that has been described as: The day after an official is elected, he is running for the next office,” Gastelum said. “We hope that by giving officials an extra term, they will develop the experience and expertise to deal with the hard issues facing the city.” Seven council members – those representing even-number districts – are up for election in 2007: Tony Cardenas, Wendy Greuel, Jose Huizar, Tom LaBonge, Bernard Parks, Greig Smith and Herb Wesson. Under current guidelines, it would be the last term for Cardenas, Greuel, LaBonge and Smith. Early deadline The council needs to act by Wednesday to meet the deadline for putting forth a measure for the Nov. 7 election. If successful, its impact would be felt in the 2009 election – when council members Eric Garcetti, Janice Hahn, Alex Padilla, Jan Perry, Ed Reyes, Bill Rosendahl, Jack Weiss and Dennis Zine face re-election. All but Rosendahl would be termed out unless the extension is approved. Tied to the term-limit extension is a series of proposals to toughen the city’s ethics laws, limiting the role of lobbyists in raising campaign contributions and serving on city boards and commissions. It also would extend from one year to two the length of time for which a former official would be prohibited from lobbying a city agency. Republican consultant Allan Hoffenblum said he is unconvinced that offering the ethics reforms would induce voters to extend term limits. “Everywhere this has been tested – except in the most liberal of cities – term limits do not change,” Hoffenblum said. “It will take an enormous selling job for a city as large as Los Angeles to change what’s been in effect. “What I find funny is that a lot of these folks got in because of term limits and now they want to change it to give them more time in office.” Gastelum said the chamber was involved in a survey that showed that the public is open to considering an extension of term limits. A hard sell? But Republican consultant and pollster Arnold Steinberg concurred with Hoffenblum that it will be difficult to convince voters. “It depends on how it is crafted,” Steinberg said. “Here, you are facing a danger of rushing something on the ballot that hasn’t been thought out or debated.” Garcetti, the council president, said he did not view the package as being rushed, since it had been studied in depth by the two organizations. “We have talked about a lot of these issues for a long time and those things dealing with lobbyists are issues we have been grappling with a long time,” Garcetti said. Also, while he personally favors some form of term limits, Garcetti said he believes two terms for council members is insufficient. “I’m not one of those clinging on to the job,” Garcetti said. “I was elected with the understanding it would be eight years at the most.” At the same time the council is considering extending its term limits, it is also scheduled to debate a proposal from Huizar that would impose a two-term limit for members of the Los Angeles Unified School District board. Huizar offered his proposal before the chamber and League of Women Voters submitted their plan. His proposal also would place campaign contribution limits on the school board and require it to abide by the city’s ethics reforms. firstname.lastname@example.org (213) 978-0390160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2To City Controller Laura Chick, who said she would not seek a third term if it was possible, the plan makes no sense. “If they are going to extend the terms for the council by three years, the same logic should apply to the mayor and other citywide offices,” Chick said. “I’m concerned that after we changed the City Charter to give more authority to the mayor, that this will tilt that power back to the council.” Chick was also troubled that the measure would apply to current council members. “I think if we are going to ask for voters to extend term limits, we should have it so it doesn’t affect those in office today. “Term limits came about because of public distrust in government. We need to go to them in a way to build up their trust and take the self-interest out of it,” she said. Racing toward a deadline for the fall ballot, the Los Angeles City Council is fast-tracking a measure that would give its members four more years in office by extending term limits. During a special meeting today, the council is scheduled to consider placing a measure on the Nov. 7 ballot that would amend the City Charter and allow the 15 members to serve three four-year terms rather than the current two. The plan – advanced by the League of Women Voters and the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce – would still limit the mayor, city controller and city attorney to two terms in office. “We felt the mayor, as chief executive, should be limited to two terms, like they do at the federal level,” said Ron Gastelum, operating officer of the chamber. “Quite frankly, we focused only on the legislative branch here and felt we could look at the controller and city attorney at a later time.”
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: John Jackson greets a Christmas that he wasn’t sure he’d see160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SAN FRANCISCO — A fractured California Supreme Court ruled 4-3 on Thursday that Indian tribes, some of the state’s biggest political donors, are bound by campaign-finance disclosure rules. The justices upheld a lower court decision that said tribes are subject to campaign-finance enforcement lawsuits from the Fair Political Practices Commission, the state agency that oversees elections. The case is significant for California’s political culture. The Golden State’s more than 100 tribes, some flush with casino revenue, are major campaign donors. They have given at least $200 million to campaigns for candidates and ballot measures during the past decade, according to the tribes. Most tribes already disclose donations of at least $10,000 a year, in compliance with state regulations. The tribes that were sued by the California Fair Political Practices Commission for failing to comply with disclosure rules maintained that they are sovereign governments immune from most state intervention, including lawsuits to enforce state laws. Justice Ming Chin said the state Supreme Court majority based its decision on the “significant importance of the state’s ability to provide a transparent election process with rules that apply equally to all parties who enter the electoral fray.” The three-justice minority said it is up to Congress or the tribes themselves to authorize such enforcement actions against an Indian tribe. Justice Carlos Moreno noted that the U.S. Supreme Court has said Oklahoma could not sue tribes in that state over collection of cigarette taxes, and he said the California Legislature should petition Congress to allow campaign disclosure enforcement actions. Moreno said the idea behind Indian tribes being deemed independent nations with sovereign immunity “has existed side by side with the reality of Indians massacred and dispossessed from their land by state and private interests.” The case the justices decided Thursday was brought by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, which challenged an enforcement action from the commission. The tribe asserted it could not be sued to comply with disclosure rules. Two years ago, the 3rd District state Court of Appeal in Sacramento disagreed, ruling 2-1 that “the constitutional right of the state to sue to preserve its republican form of government trumps the common-law doctrine of tribal immunity.” The tribes maintained that only Congress or the tribes themselves can waive their sovereign immunity and subject the tribes to state lawsuits or laws. The case will likely be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. “The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians is disappointed that the 4-3 decision by the court fails to follow established federal law,” tribal Chairman Richard M. Milanovich said. “The Tribal Council will decide what further actions it may take.” The California Fair Political Practices Commission will move forward with its case against the tribe, Chairwoman Liane Randolph said. The commission has not determined how much in damages it is seeking. “The voters want to know where the money is coming from and where it is going,” Randolph said. “They can make their decisions accordingly.” The commission, in its lawsuit, claims the Agua Caliente tribe was late in disclosing more than $8 million in donations to candidates and causes between 1998 and 2002 in violation of the 1974 Political Reform Act. The tribe posts campaign-finance reports on its Web site and contends that it does disclose political activity, just not according to the state’s rules. Agua Caliente, which has two casinos in the Palm Springs area, says it has given more than $17 million to political campaigns during the past three years. The lawsuit claims that by filing required campaign reports late, the tribe deprived voters of details to make informed decisions about candidates and propositions. The commission can fine an organization for the amount improperly reported. Voting with Chin were Justices Marvin Baxter, Carol Corrigan and Chief Justice Ronald George. Siding with Moreno were Justices Kathryn Mickle Werdegar and Joyce Kennard. The case is Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians v. Superior Court, S123832.
Yesssssssssssss pic.twitter.com/iat4H7kcY3— Ian Wright (@IanWright0) March 2, 2019 2 2 Aaron Ramsey took the ball past Hugo Lloris and put Arsenal ahead Ian Wright was overjoyed when Arsenal took the lead at Tottenham on Saturday.The former Gunners striker watched the game from the Match of the Day offices alongside his fellow pundits, before filming the programme later on. After 16 minutes, Aaron Ramsey ran the length of the Spurs half before rounding Hugo Lloris and finishing calmly to put Arsenal in front.Wright made no attempt to control his emotions and filmed himself screaming in celebration while running around the office.His over-excitement even saw him drop his phone at one point, but he quickly picked it up and carried on screaming.You can watch the video of the celebrations below. The Welshman celebrated in front of the Spurs supporters
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They are currently 0-1 after a 74-50 loss to Eastern in the Holiday Tournament.The Warriors are 1-5 in conference play and currently 9th in the conference.Bubba Abbott and Jason Pepmerier will be on WSLM 97.9 FM tonight with the pre-game at Brooks Memorial Gym at 7:15p with the tipoff at 7:30pThe West Washington Senators are home tonight hosting the Springs Valley Blackhawks.The Senators have fought back after a slow start to the season under Coach Sean Smith and are now second place in the Patoka Lake Athletic Conference and 8-5 on the season.The Senators had went on a 6-0 run which was ended by a two-point road loss (59-57) at Christian Academy last Friday night.The Blackhawks are 1-3 in conference play and 5-7 overall.Misty Jones and Joe Walker will be on WSLM 1220 AM about 7:15a for the pre-game show and 7:30p for the tipoff.The Eastern Musketeers will be on the road tonight at North Harrison.The Musketeers are 2-8 on the season and the Cougars are 7-3.Here’s a look at other games tonight: Indianapolis ShortridgeatIndianapolis Tindley7:30 PM TayloratEastern (Greentown)7:30 PM Fort Wayne GuardatFort Wayne Smith Academy7:30 PM AustinatBorden7:30 PM Blue RiveratRandolph Southern7:30 PM CentervilleatKnightstown7:30 PM EdgewoodatOwen Valley7:30 PM LeoatNew Haven7:45 PM DeKalbatEast Noble7:30 PM South Bend RileyatMishawaka Marian7:30 PM Bedford North LawrenceatMitchell7:30 PM Brownstown CentralatSilver Creek7:30 PM Muncie CentralatRichmond7:30 PM RochesteratTippecanoe Valley7:45 PM FranktonatMadison-Grant7:30 PM Heritage HillsatPike Central8:00 PM Vincennes LincolnatMount Vernon (Posey)8:00 PM Guerin CatholicatIndianapolis Broad Ripple7:30 PM West CentralatCaston7:30 PM Indianapolis HomeSchoolatIndianapolis Washington7:30 PM Hammond GavitatHammond Clark8:00 PM Fort Wayne SnideratHomestead7:30 PM New CastleatGreenfield-Central7:30 PM Hanover CentralatKankakee Valley8:00 PM SeymouratJennings County7:30 PM Trinity LutheranatShawe Memorial7:30 PM PrincetonatGibson Southern8:00 PM Eastern (Pekin)atNorth Harrison7:30 PM Lake CentralatPortage8:00 PM Indianapois ManualatIndianapolis Marshall7:30 PM Northeast DuboisatPaoli7:30 PM North MiamiatNorthfield7:45 PM Crawford CountyatOrleans7:30 PM KokomoatHarrison (West Lafayette)7:30 PM Indianapolis ScecinaatIndianapolis Lutheran7:30 PM Union CountyatShenandoah7:30 PM Anderson Prep AcademyatUnion (Modoc)7:30 PM LanesvilleatChristian Academy7:30 PM South Central (Union Mills)atBoone Grove8:00 PM North KnoxatShoals7:30 PM Lafayette JeffatAnderson8:00 PM BremenatElkhart Central7:30 PM Indianapolis MetropolitanatIndianapolis Manual7:30 PM Mishawaka ChristianatSouth Bend Career Academy7:30 PM Western BooneatFrankfort8:00 PM LaPorteatChesterton8:00 PM Bloomington LighthouseatMedora7:30 PM LapelatHamilton Heights7:30 PM AlexandriaatElwood8:00 PM HauseratLawrenceburg7:30 PM AvonatCarmel7:30 PM Lighthouse CPAatGary West8:00 PM GoshenatWarsaw7:45 PM Fort Wayne NorthatFort Wayne Northrop8:00 PM Fort Wayne LuersatCarroll (Fort Wayne)8:00 PM BlackfordatMississinewa7:30 PM McCutcheonatLogansport7:30 PM NorthridgeatNorthWood7:30 PM Cambridge City LincolnatTri7:30 PM HagerstownatWinchester7:30 PM MarionatIndianapolis Tech8:00 PM CanneltonatSouth Central (Elizabeth)7:30 PM PioneeratLewis Cass7:30 PM North JudsonatWinamac8:00 PM Washington Twp.atKouts8:00 PM New AlbanyatMadison7:30 PM East Allen UniversityatHorizon Christian (Fort Wayne)7:30 PM NoblesvilleatZionsville7:30 PM MorristownatSouth Decatur7:30 PM Get in the zone tonight with the WSLM SPORTS ZONE.More high school action for you tonight on WSLM with the following games:WSLM 97.9 FM/1220 AM – Indiana High School Sports Report – 7pWSLM 97.9 FM – Salem vs. Scottsburg – pre-game 7:15p – tipoff 7:30pWSLM 1220 AM – WW vs. Springs Valley – pre-game 7:15p – tipoff – 7:30pWSLM 97.9 FM/1220 AM – Indiana Sports Talk with Bob Lovell – 9:30 – Midnight.The Salem Lions under coach Hank Weedin are 7-3 on the season and Scottsburg is 1-10 on the season. 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