Les citoyens du comté de Yarmouth ont maintenant un nouveau centre de justice multifonctionnel. Le premier ministre Rodney MacDonald a procédé à l’ouverture officielle du centre, aujourd’hui 13 février, par une cérémonie d’inauguration et une journée portes ouvertes. Il était accompagné du juge en chef Michael MacDonald, du ministre de Services Nouvelle-Écosse et Relations avec les municipalités Richard Hurlburt, et du ministre des Affaires acadiennes Chris d’Entremont. « Ce centre est le résultat de quatre ans de travail ardu, et il offrira un nouveau niveau de service aux gens de la région du sud-ouest de la Nouvelle-Écosse, » a dit le premier ministre MacDonald. « Je suis très fier que les Néo-Écossais pourront profiter d’un établissement aussi bien conçu et fonctionnel qui offrira de nombreux services et programmes juridiques importants sous un même toit. » Le centre de justice, d’une superficie de 48 000 pieds carrés, compte deux salles d’audience, cinq cellules de détention provisoire, des salles où les avocats peuvent se réunir en privé avec leurs clients, des bureaux pour le personnel d’administration des tribunaux et une bibliothèque de droit. Le centre compte aussi les bureaux du service d’aide juridique, du service des poursuites publiques, du service des shérifs, des services de probation et des services aux victimes. « Le nouveau centre de justice est un ajout de pointe à la ville de Yarmouth, » a dit M. Hurlburt, ministre de Services Nouvelle-Écosse et Relations avec les municipalités. « Il offrira aux clients, aux avocats, aux policiers et au public un endroit privé et toutes les commodités. Il répond aux besoins qui ont été identifiés il y a de nombreuses années. » « Le centre de justice de Yarmouth offrira des services à la plus grande région acadienne de la province, » a dit M. d’Entremont, ministre des Affaires acadiennes. « Il s’agit du premier édifice de ce genre en Nouvelle-Écosse à offrir un affichage bilingue, ce qui est très approprié. » Le personnel déménagera au nouveau centre de justice immédiatement, et les services judiciaires seront offerts à compter du 16 février. Les membres du comité consultatif des utilisateurs du palais de justice de la région ont été reconnus pour leurs conseils et leur appui. L’édifice de 14,8 millions de dollars a été conçu par John K. Dobbs & Associates d’Halifax.
TORONTO – A key route through Toronto’s financial district reopened to traffic late Tuesday night, about 18 hours after it was closed to traffic because of a hydro vault fire on Monday afternoon.Firefighters extinguished the remains of a smouldering fire in the vault on Tuesday morning, but King St. west of Yonge St. had remained closed until about 11:30 p.m.Capt. Adrian Ratushniak of Toronto Fire Services earlier said fire crews would remain on scene as a precaution while hydro crews began the work of replacing a transformer damaged in the blaze.Toronto Hydro had said crews would have to pump water out of the vault and dry the equipment before beginning repairs.There were no injuries in the incident, which included several explosion and thick smoke billowing from grates.Ratushniak says crews initially had to fight the fire with carbon dioxide gas because dumping water on the energized hydro vault would have been dangerous. They were eventually able to extinguish the blaze with water.
Industrial livestock production in developing countries often causes severe environmental damages, especially when meat and dairy factories are crowded together around cities or close to water resources, the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) has warned. In a report released on Thursday, the Rome-based agency urged governments to create incentives for more environmentally friendly dairy and meat production practices. Meat and dairy products have become more widely available and affordable in many developing countries. Between 1980 and 2004, meat production in developing countries tripled from around 50 million to 150 million tonnes. Although consumers in developed countries still eat three to four times as much meat per person, developing countries now produce and consume well over half of the world’s meat, FAO said. Meat production in developing countries is expected to increase by about 110 million tonnes by 2030. In many developing countries large industrial livestock operations with thousands of animals have displaced production on small farms that raise both animals and crops and recycle nutrients as fodder and fertilizer. New production has shifted increasingly from cattle that graze on grass in rural areas to industrial pig and poultry production on the outskirts of major cities, according to the reportIn industrial production systems, large quantities of animal wastes accumulate far from croplands where they could be safely recycled. Dense concentrations of industrial livestock production create vast quantities of manure. This can cause nitrates and pathogens to leach into groundwater, which often threatens drinking water supplies. Another risk is the destruction of fragile ecosystems, such as wetlands, mangrove swamps and coral reefs. Government policies such as zoning regulations and taxes can discourage large concentrations of intensive production close to cities, the report said. Taxes, certification programmes and other policy instruments can support best practices in livestock production. Unfortunately, in many countries outdated and misguided policies actively promote environmentally unsustainable livestock production, FAO said. Many developing countries provide subsidies for chemical fertilizers, energy and credit, but these tend to be of greater benefit to large operations. The agency points out that eliminating subsidies, adjusting taxes and providing incentives for investing in technology to reduce pollution could reduce the environmental damage caused by industrial livestock production.
by Tanya B Posted Jul 31, 2017 6:47 am MDT Last Updated Jul 31, 2017 at 6:49 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email New technologies are coming to Calgary today to help businesses operate more efficiently and intelligently.The SAP Business Reimagined Tour sets up Monday.The Tour allows visitors to interact with and try out technologies, like digital board rooms, that could help streamline meetings and business processes.One of the features is Pepper the Robot, a 4 foot tall android receptionist known as the face of the tour, who will give participants a glimpse into the “office of the future.”The mobile set up will be at the corner of 5 Street and 5 Avenue S.W. from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. http://discover.sap.com/business-reimagined-tour/en-us/index.html SAP Business Reimagined Tour stops in Calgary
A university student in Bristol is feared to have taken his own life, which would make him the tenth undergraduate in the city to do so in 18 months.Popular Alex Elsmore, who was in his 20s, was a fourth-year Electrical and Engineering student at Bristol University.It is understood he fell from a bridge in Bristol on Saturday, April 21. His death is not being treated as suspicious.Mr Elsmore is the eighth student from University of Bristol believed to have taken their own lives in the last 18 months.A further two students from the city’s other university, UWE, are also believed to have died in the same way.Inquests into the deaths of the students before found none of them was linked. A University of Bristol spokesman said: “We have been informed of the sudden death of one of our students, Alex Elsmore, a fourth year Electrical and Engineering student.”We have spoken to Alex’s family, who have requested privacy at this very difficult time. Our thoughts are with them.”We are not aware of any suspicious circumstances surrounding his death and the coroner will hold an inquest in due course.” Bristol University has been undergoing a review of its student health services, putting some £1million into its mental health and wellbeing provision. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. The University of BristolCredit:Olaf Protze/Getty Images
Facebook active la reconnaissance facialeLe réseau social généralise un système mis en place aux Etats-Unis depuis 2010 consistant pour l’internaute à mettre automatiquement un nom sur un visage dans ses photos publiées, si la personne est déjà identifiée sur d’autres clichés et fait partie de ses “amis”.Depuis quelques jours, un nouveau paramètre de confidentialité est apparu sur Facebook, “Suggérer à mes amis les photos où j’apparais”. Cette option, uniquement disponible jusque-là aux Etats-Unis, est activée par défaut, explique Sophos. Elle consiste en une reconnaissance des visages. Ainsi, lorsqu’un membre charge une photo sur Facebook, le service compare ces clichés avec ceux stockés sur ses serveurs et qui ont déjà été associés à un nom. S’il reconnaît une personne figurant dans les “amis” de l’utilisateur, Facebook suggère alors d’associer son nom aux nouveaux clichés.Un procédé auparavant manuel et donc désormais automatisé. Si le réseau social explique que “seuls les amis peuvent vous identifier dans des photos” et que “les suggestions sont basées sur les photos dans lesquelles vous avez autorisé à être identifié(e)”, le fait qu’il ait choisi de l’imposer par défaut sans informer ses utilisateurs fait débat. Le 8 juin 2011 à 14:33 • Emmanuel Perrin
Stay on target This bird family isn’t the only one to hit up Florida’s beaches over the past couple of months: According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, skimmer nesting season takes place from May to early September. Watch: Girl Gets Hit in the Face By Bird During Roller Coaster RideWatch: Snowball the Dancing Cockatoo Has More Moves Than You “Let’s clean our beaches and respect them…big fines for litterbugs…,” one commenter wrote.Another added “The little one so cute but so maddening that has to be subjected to this.”“Put your butts out in the garbage or put them in your pack if u don’t see a can..I smoke but never do I throw them on the ground… just disgusting think of our wild life,” another Facebook user said in response to Mason’s post. Pollution can negatively impact the tiniest creatures on Earth: A woman in Florida captured a photo of a mama bird feeding its chick a cigarette butt on the beach and the moment is heartbreaking.On June 20, Karen Mason, a resident of Largo, Florida, snapped the beach photo at St. Pete Beach, which is west of St. Petersburg, Florida, and posted it on Facebook, FOX 13 News reported. “If you smoke, please don’t leave your butts behind,” Mason wrote under the photo which has raised concerns from the greater Facebook community. The National Audubon Society also recently issued a warning about fireworks during the summer months. According to the organization, beach fireworks, which generate loud sounds and bright lights, could cause adult skimmer birds to abandon their chicks and nests.More on Geek.com:Baby Tiger Sharks Are Eating Backyard Birds, Study FindsToronto Zoo Saves Woman Bitten By Poisonous Snake in Thailand2 Beluga Whales Flown on Boeing 747 From China to Iceland
Thalapathy Vijay in Sarkar.PR HandoutVamsi Paidipally’s Telugu movie Maharshi is rumoured to remade in Tamil soon. Ilayathalapathy Vijay is said to be playing the lead role essayed by superstar Mahesh Babu in the original version.The trend in India cinema is that some movies get huge demand for their remake rights after they register critical and commercial success. But it is a rare scene where a film gets it even before its release in the cinema halls. This feat is achieved Mahesh Babu’s Maharshi, which is scheduled for worldwide release on May 1. Thanks to the hype and curiosity generated by its promos.It rumoured that a not Kollywood producer is impressed with the songs, posters and teaser of Maharshi and he has approached the makers of the movie for its remake rights even before the film hit the screens. He is said to have planned to adopt this Telugu movie to Tamil with an A-list star in the lead role.It is known that Vijay has earlier acted in the Tamil remake of Mahesh Babu’s hit movies like Pokkiri and Okkadu. Like Prince, Thalapathy has been starring movies with a message to society for the last few years. Maharshi is also a message-oriented romantic action drama. Hence, Vijay is expected to act in Tamil remake of this film. It will be very interesting to see Vijay if he gives his consent for this project. Mahesh Babu in MaharshiTwitterVijay is currently busy shooting for his upcoming movie Thalapathy 63. He may not accept the remake of Maharshi for two reasons. Firstly, of late he has stopped acting in remakes, rather he is working with young directors, who are coming up with fresh scripts. Secondly, Mahesh has a good fanbase in Tamil Nadu and his 25th film will release in a good number of screens there. Hence there is no point in remaking it.Maharshi is produced by Dil Raju, C Ashwini Dutt and Prasad V Potluri under the banners Sri Venkateswara Creations, Vyjayanthi Movies and PVP Cinema. Mahesh Babu and Pooja Hegde are seen in the lead roles, while Allari Naresh and Ananya and Meenakshi Dixit essay in prominent roles in the movie, which has Devi Sri Prasad’s music and KU Mohanan’s cinematography.
Kit Harington as Jon Snow in Game of Thrones season 8 episode 6Game of Thrones (@gameofthrones/Instagram)Game of Thrones season 8 episode 6 is going to be the last time when we are going to see the world of Westeros and the amazing characters it brought to life. Game of Thrones prequel is still in work and it might bring the origin story to Night King but fans are currently focused on the last and the final episode which is going to air in just two days.Game of Thrones season 8 has met with some heavy criticism from fans from around the world. Several fans are blaming the poor writing for such a disappointing story arc. As we mentioned earlier, a fan has even started an online petition to urge HBO to reshoot the ongoing last season with “competent writers.” As of this writing, that petition has already grossed more than 850,000 signatures and it will touch the 1 million mark by Saturday. But are things going to get different with the currently untitled episode 6 of Game of Thrones season 8?For starters, in the upcoming episode, we are going to see the conclusion of those characters whom we have adored from the last ten years. We might see Arya Stark wearing some face to kill Daenerys Targaryen. At the same time, there are chances that we might see Bran Stark finally warging into a dragon and burning Daenerys Targaryen alive. Whatever the scenario is, fans deserve a magical ending from a show like Game of Thrones and we just have to wait a couple of days to stream it online.Game of Thrones season 8 episode 6 will feature Kit Harington as Jon Snow/Aegon Targaryen, Maisie Williams as Arya Stark, Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister, Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen, and Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark. It would be interesting to see if we get to see some other major characters reprising their respective roles.Game of Thrones season 8 episode 6 will air in the United States on Sunday at 9 pm on HBO. In India, the uncensored episode of HBO’s Game of Thrones will air on Hotstar on Monday, May 20, 2019. Fans in the United Kingdom will be able to watch it on Sky Atlantic at 2 am on Monday morning.
A British Airways airplane flies past a signage of pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) in London in this file photo. GlaxoSmithKline is said to have formed a separate team to chalk out aggressive acquisition plans to further its growth in the competitive Indian market. REUTERS/Luke MacGregorGlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Pharmaceuticals is scouting for acquisitions in the domestic market for the first time since it started its operations in the country 93 years ago, according to a Business Standard (BS) report on Monday.The change in strategy for a company which has preferred to rely on its traditional strengths in the branded generics space. The decision to grow inorganically comes at a time when the government is increasing price over branded generic medicines which has affected the company’s profitability.”So far, our inorganic growth in India has primarily been driven by global acquisition strategy,” Managing Director Annaswamy Vaidheesh told the financial daily.The firm has established products like Zinetac, used for acid peptic ulcer therapy, which have been included in the National List of Essential Medicines (NELM), and reduction of prices on these drugs has affected the firm’s margins.Since the NELM inclusion, Zinetac’s value has fallen 5 per cent, despite its volumes increasing 36 per cent, Business Standard said. Zinetac has market share of 47 per cent in the category, according to December 2016 data from IMS.The UK-headquartered company recorded compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of a meagre 4.4 per cent to Rs 3,000 crore for 2016-17. Profit declined to Rs 337 crore in 2016-17 from Rs 429 crore in 2011. For the first quarter of fiscal 2018 ended June 30, 2017, net sales touched Rs 587 crore, with profits at Rs 26 crore. The company changed its financial year to March-ending in 2014-15 from December-ending earlier, the report said.Regulatory headwinds, eroded marginsDespite pricing headwinds propelled by the government’s social obligations finding their way into pharmaceutical policy, the firm has cemented its commitment to India by investing Rs 1,000 crore in a new manufacturing facility in Vemgal, Karnataka. Another Rs 500 crore is being spent for upgrading a facility in Nashik, near Pune. It is now bringing more products in areas of respiratory drugs and vaccines from its global pipeline to India, the BS report said.In 2015, the parent company, GlaxoSmithKline Plc, had swapped its marketed oncology portfolio with the vaccine business of Novartis AG, Switzerland. This involved the swapping of their businesses in India, too, the BS report said.The parent company got its current identity with the merger of Glaxo Wellcome with SmithKline Beecham in 2000.Vaidheesh said that it was only in the recent past that the company built a India team to evaluate inorganic growth opportunities in the domestic market. “Since we have got our manufacturing footprint more or less sorted, it is time for us to look at what else we can do to drive growth,” Vaidheesh told the financial daily. A woman walks past a GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals Ltd logo outside the company headquarters in Mumbai in this December 16, 2013 file photo. REUTERS/Danish SiddiquiRegulatory pressures on Indian pharmaceutical companies have been worsening by the day, accompanied by pricing pressure in the generics segment denting realisations.USFDA alerts on Indian pharma companies have increased over the past few years. Regulators used to visit the plants every two years. Now they come every eight months. Increasing inspections have led to a total of 41 import alerts in the past eight years, with 33 of them occurring in the 2013-16 period. This clearly signifies increased USFDA scrutiny on Indian pharma firms.
RSN Postgame Quotes Chris Mack Postgame Press Conference Listen Live Watch Live Full Schedule Roster Postgame Notes Christen Cunningham Postgame PDF Box Score Matchup History Story Links Photo Gallery Next Game: at Boston College 2/27/2019 | 9 p.m. Preview LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — De’Andre Hunter scored 19 of his career-high 26 points after halftime, and No. 3 Virginia rallied from a 12-point deficit to beat No. 18 Louisville 64-52 on Saturday.The Cavaliers (24-2, 12-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) trailed early in the second half before regrouping to hold the Cardinals (18-10, 9-6) to 6 of 30 from the field (20 percent) and 31 percent shooting overall. Virginia also found its offense, shooting 59 percent and using a 12-1 run over 4:36 for a 55-48 lead it stretched to 12 for its fourth consecutive victory.Hunter was perfect after the break, making all six shots to finish 9 of 11 from the field. Mamadi Diakite added 14 points, while Jay Huff came off the bench to score 12. The Cavaliers maintained at least a share of the conference lead in the process.After making 10 of 16 from long range in the first 20 minutes, Louisville managed just 2 of 17 afterward and lost for the fifth time in seven games.Jordan Nwora had 17 points and reserve Ryan McMahon scored 12 for the Cardinals.POLL IMPLICATIONSVirginia continued its push toward the top of the AP Top 25 with the victory. Louisville figures to fall out of the poll with its second double-digit loss this week.BIG PICTUREVirginia: The Cavaliers improved to 8-2 against ranked foes and won their eighth in a row over Louisville. While they shut off the inside throughout the game, their patience in letting the Cardinals shoot themselves out paid off as they won on the boards 39-28 while dominating the paint 38-4.Louisville: The Cardinals needed this victory for reasons beyond conquering their nemesis. They instead continued their freefall in the standings, and their failure to generate anything inside was a key factor.UP NEXTVirginia: hosts Georgia Tech on Wednesday in its lone regular-season meeting with the Yellow Jackets.Louisville: visits Boston College on Wednesday night, seeking a season sweep of the Eagles after winning the earlier matchup 80-70 last month.—More AP college basketball: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and https://twitter.com/AP-Top25Print Friendly Version
Kolkata: People visiting the Indian Museum here will no longer have to wait in queues as a new online facility for booking tickets will be introduced next year, its director Rajesh Purohit said. The new system will be inaugurated in January, enabling a prospective visitor to buy tickets, along with souvenir items, from indianmuseumkolkata.org site, he said on Wednesday. “The e-transaction facility will be our new year gift to the visitors. People visiting the site can also choose from an array of souvenir items and museum publications,” Purohit said. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal life Earlier, too, the museum, one of the oldest and largest in south west Asia, has taken initiatives to go online with its repository. “Last September, six per cent of 14,383 objects in the Arts section were put on display online, some dating back to the 4th millennium BC. The objects included pots, earthen vases and female figurines,” the museum director said. The objective is to reach out to historians, archivists and other interested people in every nook and corner of the world, he said. “We have lined up a slew of initiatives in the coming days. Our primary motive is to connect and collaborate with historians, teachers as well as common people,” Purohit added.
EU Deals: EU Amazon price comparison by Martin Brinkmann on December 17, 2016 in Internet – Last Update: December 18, 2016 – 8 commentsAmazon runs several localized stores around the world which may have different items on offer and may also price the same item differently.Companies benefit from a global economy, more so than consumers. But you and I can benefit from a global economy as well, at least when it comes to making purchases in different regions of the world that benefit us financially.I mentioned this first in 2009 in a story entitled How Consumers Benefit From A Global Economy. It comes down to comparing pricing — including shipping, handling, and maybe import tax — to buy certain items on the cheap.This works really well in Europe as you can buy in any member nation of the EU. It so happens that Amazon runs main stores in the UK, France, Germany, Italy and several other European countries. Pricing in these stores may differ, sometimes by a large margin.EU DealsEU Deals is a price comparison extension for Google Chrome and Firefox that is powered by the service of the same name.The extension works automatically once installed in Chrome; there are no options or customizations that you can do.EU Deals looks up the item in other Amazon stores, and displays its findings on the Amazon store page you are on right away.The result is either that the item is available for a lower price at another Amazon Store in the EU, or that the price is at its lowest already.The extension takes shipping and different currencies into account according to the developers of the extension.This add-on compares the prices, calculates shipping fees and converts currencies to get you the lowest Amazon price in Europe.It is still necessary to check out the offer. First to make sure that the service matched the right item, then that the item is available and indeed for the listed price.A quick test revealed that this is not always the case. The item on the screenshot for instance, the Surface Book by Microsoft, was listed as being nearly €1300 cheaper in the UK than in Germany. I followed the link and the one item that beat the price by more than 50% was a marketplace offer. The seller had only seven ratings of which 57% were positive. Other items checked out fine however.Closing WordsEU Deals checks the price of items on Amazon’s five stores in the European Union currently. This makes sense logistically,but it would still be handy if the service would add other regional stores to the mix.The price of an item may be that cheap in the US for instance that it would make sense to order it there even though you’d pay more for shipping and probably also import tax.As far as features are concerned, I’d like to see an option to block marketplace offers from the price comparison.You can download the Chrome extension and the Firefox add-on at the official stores.Now Read: Before you buy on Amazon, check out the coupons sectionSummary12345 Author Rating3 based on 8 votes Software Name EU DealsSoftware Category Browser Advertisement
July 27, 2011 423 Views Survey: Lenders Hopeful for Credit Expansion Lending availability may be in the swings of an expansion, as loan structures and demand loosen, leading to more financing opportunities in the broader economy, according to a “”second-quarter survey””:http://www.phoenixmanagement.com/newsroom/phoenix-survey-shows-relaxed-lending-standards released Wednesday by research firm “”Phoenix Management Services””:http://www.phoenixmanagement.com/. The survey posted hopeful signs for an erstwhile tight credit supply, even as it anticipates continued strains of volatility in home construction, real estate, and other markets.[IMAGE]The survey, titled “”Lending Climate in America,”” relied on anecdotal as well as quantitative research across a broad swath of lenders. Sections of the survey showed a rise in domestic lending by 6 percent, with 56 percent of lenders anticipating a surge in demand for financing. Most survey respondents reported feeling uncertain about the direction of the economy, giving trends over the next six months a “”C”” on an A-through-F scale.””Lending standards are being relaxed,”” says Michael Jacoby, senior managing director and shareholder at Phoenix. “”Lenders in general have become and expect to continue to become more aggressive├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├é┬ª thinking there is capital available at financial institutions who are in the business of lending money. They are out there seeking to find opportunities to put money to work.””According to the data, 21 percent of survey respondents plan to loosen their loan structures over the next six months, posting a four-percentage increase from the past quarter. By the same token, lenders projecting tightened standards fell to 10 percent this quarter from 12 percent in the last, with 39 percent of survey respondents projecting reductions in interest rate spreads. Overall, the survey reports, 69 percent of lenders expect to hold steady with their current loan structures into the fourth quarter this year.””The survey results are consistent with what we’re observing in the market,”” Jacoby says. He adds that lenders continue to undertake “”pretty robust interest”” for financing opportunities, with loan officers at surveyed lenders and credit agencies offering up hope for a rise in aggressive lending behavior.[COLUMN_BREAK]””There’s a general sentiment out there in the marketplace that the lending community in general has reverted close to and some cases beyond where we were pre-recession,”” he says. “”The pendulum has swung back and, depending upon the situation and part of the country and minor variances, the pendulum is either pretty close to where we were or perhaps beyond.””The survey yielded continuing signs of distress in pockets of the housing sector. Asked to identify which three industries lenders felt would shake from the most volatility over the next two quarters, 66 percent elected the construction industry as the most likely candidate, followed by real estate and the rental leasing industry. Answering a separate question about which factors would impact the economy the most, 41 percent pointed at the sluggish housing market, second only to energy prices.Walter Molony, a spokesperson for the “”National Association of Realtors””:http://www.realtor.org/ (NAR), says the distress is consistent with existing-home sales figures from last week.Reported by “”_MReport_””:https://themreport.com/articles/nar-june-existing-home-sales-fall-back-2011-07-20, those figures reflected upward-bound sales across the South and Midwest, a black-on-white match with declines in the Northwest and Northeast. Drop-offs in the condo sector paired with slow-to-moderate stabilizations in single-family homes portrayed a still-brittle housing sector, with overall declines to the tune of 0.8 percent in June. Single-family town homes, condominiums, and coops plunged at a seasonally adjusted rate from 4.81 million in May to 4.77 million in June.Molony attributed the lackluster signs of recovery to last-minute contract cancellations, subpar appraisals, and the rejection of otherwise creditworthy borrowers by wary lenders.He disagrees with the optimism of the Phoenix survey. “”We’re seeing [lending] move in the wrong direction,”” he says, projecting that home sales would rise 15 to 20 percent if lenders went back to lending standards before the housing boom and subsequent recession. “”The market is under-performing given market intent.””The “”_Wall Street Journal_””:http://www.xydo.com/toolbar/22922629-tighter_lending_crimps_housing_-_wall_street_journal reports that the nation├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔÇ×┬ós top 10 mortgage lenders turned down 26.8 percent of loan applications in 2010, up from 23.5 percent the previous year, resulting in fewer home purchases nationally.In a past interview with _MReport_, Molony said that “”lenders have only been willing to lend to the cream of the crop,”” creating a “”catch-22″” whereby wary banks keep their ledgers in the black but fail to drum up financing for homebuyers that would stabilize home prices and the broader economy.He says the anecdotal data from the survey “”is a hopeful sign, we just need to see it manifest into action.”” in Data, Origination, Servicing Agents & Brokers Home Sales Lenders & Servicers National Association of Realtors Processing Service Providers 2011-07-27 Ryan Schuette Share
Five times winner of the Cyprus Rally, Nasser Al-Attiyah, topped the qualifying stage times on Friday morning, taking his Ford Fiesta R5 through the 6.33 km test 1.8 seconds faster than Juuso Nordgren’s ŠKODA Fabia R5 and 2.5 seconds quicker than the Ford Fiesta R5 of 2016 winner Alexey Lukyanuk.Cypriot Simos Galatariotis clocked a creditable 5th fastest time. At lunchtime the fastest 15 crews gathered at Larnaca seafront to pick their starting position for the rally proper, which kicks off early Saturday morning.As expected, Al-Attiyah – who got first pick of the starting order – chose to run 15th on the road (which will give him a cleaner surface after the passage of the 14 cars running ahead of him sweep the gravel tracks of rocks). All the other top qualifiers followed his lead, so the running order for Leg 1 is the reverse of the qualifying times, and 15th fastest Juan Carlos Alonso will be first on the road, followed by Petros Panteli and Alexandros Tsouloftas.Said Al Attiyah “it was a really nice stage – you know we like the rally.”His Russian rival admitted that he will have his work cut out to beat the Qatari.“It is a long way to be in front of many other drivers. Nasser knows better how to handle the surface,” he said.Leg 1 starts at 08:30 today and crews will return for the overnight regroup just before 4pm. Tomorrow’s final Leg starts at 07:30, with the ceremonial finish on Larnaca seafront at 6pm.You May LikeDirectExposeWorld’s First Surviving Octuplets Are All Grown Up. Look At Them 9 Years LaterDirectExposeUndoPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 minute and see why everyone is addictedPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GameUndoLivestlyDog Breeds You Should Avoid Bringing Into Your Home At All CostsLivestlyUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoVarosha move merely a ‘PR stunt’ by Ozersay, expert saysUndoThe Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
LOUIS has renewed the charter of two of its cruise ships to Thomson Cruises of TUI Travel.The agreement concerns the cruise ships Thomson Majesty and Thomson Spirit that are already chartered to Thomson till the end of 2014 and which have been significantly upgraded this year with the addition of a number of balconies to suites and cabins.As per the terms of the agreement the two ships will now be chartered to Thomson Cruises until November 2017.Louis has been chartering cruise ships to Thomson since 1996,.The itineraries operated by Louis Cruises under its own brand commence on March 14 from Piraeus with the deployment of Louis Olympia and Louis Cristal while the Louis Aura will operate cruises out of Limassol this coming summer. Before and after its Limassol programme, the Louis Aura is chartered to a leading French tourism company for cruises in Europe.You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoKelley Blue BookYou Won’t Believe How Affordable These Ford Car Models AreKelley Blue BookUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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