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Posted by David Bates on 26th August 2020

Anger over businesssa banners on businesses


Anger over businesssa banners on businesses

A sign at a coffee shop in the southern Ukrainian city of Mariupol reads: ‘Do not put up banners, the government does not approve them.’

A group of protesters, including those from the Ukrainian Anti-Flag Movement (Ukip), took a banner from a large advertising company that had been selling cigarette boxes at a coffee shop.

They put them in the front of the shop, where they were seen by locals.

Image copyright AFP/Getty Images Image caption The anti-government protesters held up placards reading: ‘Do not put up banners, the government does not approve them’

Image copyright AFP/Getty Images Image caption Some banners were posted in the middle of some shops in western Ukraine

Image copyright AFP/Getty Images Image caption Protesters burned a US embassy banner in central Kiev, in what one Ukrainian commentator said was the latest escalation

The incident has outraged many Ukrainians, with one anti-government politician blaming the American embassy on the protesters.

But, other Ukrainians said they were not surprised at the display of the American flag.

“Our people have long known it’s American,” said Vitaliy Lyagin, a journalist and a friend of the protesters.

“They’ve already taken the position that we have no right to have this flag hanging on our front lawn, nor should we get any assistance from the [US] government.”

He suggested other actions would have to be taken to restore peace in Ukraine.

Image copyright EPA Image caption A billboard in Kiev’s Independence Square advertising apronxseveral businesses had been removed for displaying the American flag

Image copyright AP Image caption The Ukrainian government on Friday unveiled plans for a security barrier in eastern Ukraine to protect against threats, including the rise of the extremist right-wing nationalist groups that have seized power in Kiev

US ambassador: Kiev should ‘do all in its power’

What happened?

The controversy surrounding the American flag has been going on for several months, but it seems to have taken a new twist on Friday night when a large American flag, hanging at a sign, was unfurled in a nearby cafe – a move that has angered many residents of wester??? ???n Ukraine.

The American flags have popped up throughout the country in recent weeks, and many people are questioning how much influence US companies have had in Ukraine.

American executives have given tens of millions of dollars in financial aid to Ukrainian companies, including companies involved in defence and ener?????gy – the exact amount and kind o

Posted by David Bates on 14th August 2020

Nrma not fazed by byron council highway decision


Nrma not fazed by byron council highway decision

A man being assisted to his car by police in Dartmouth has vowed not to allow council to turn him back because the driver was allegedly drunk on the weekend.

John O’Donovan was pulled over on Thursday for driving without a proper permit, according to a Halifax police spokesperson.

“The officer was conducting traffic stops and the driver did not appear to be complying with the stop,” the spokesperson said. “During the traffic stop the officer smelled a strong alcohol odor coming from the car. He requested the driver turn over their vehicle, and was told by the driver that he could not due to a drinking restriction and a ??? ???ref?????usal by the driver.”

Mr O’Donovan then reached into his pocket and picked up a can of beer with a number on it that was printed on it.

“When I was walking to my car I noticed the can on my belt was written on with a number,” he told CBC news. “I pulled it up and read the can. When I????? read the amount and wrote it down it was about 15 bucks. I asked what was wrong. The woman said the driver had been drinking beer with a friend for some of the weekend. I then read the driver’s licence and asked the road-user how much beer he had and he said 25 bucks.”

At that point, Mr O’Donovan said he pulled out a lighter and lit a joint.

“I have a permit for that. I don’t understand why they wanted me to have one,” he said. “I don’t understand how they can say I can’t drive but I cannot have any liquor.”

Mr O’Donovan later heard from his lawyer that police were on their way to take the man into custody and it appeared they were going to get it over with quickly.

“I went to see what was going on but my phone was getting quite long for my own safety,” he said. “I was in the car for only two minutes.”

On Friday, a spokesman for the road-user said he was in contact with police, but could not confirm that the man in his car is indeed the driver accused of the offence.

‘No comment’ on issue

The councillor said he was told that if his comments were indeed that of the officer it is not something to be concerned about at this stage.

“My intention was not to be rude about it, I didn’t mean to be nasty, I was speaking as I was given th

Posted by David Bates on 14th August 2020

Broncos trio passes fitness test


Broncos trio passes fitness test

Broncos’ wide receiver Josh Malone was first spotted walking on the practice field late Thursday, which led to questions about whether he should play against the Houston Texans.

Malone said he’s going to keep rehabbing and working on his lower body because his foot has gotten tired.

Malone did have a bit of a setback when he got l??? ???ost on the way to the locker room, which forced him to be careful what he was going to eat, although he did find that he wasn’t too concerned about his health.

??????I was running a bit slow and I ended up eating a little bit of the food that was there,” Malone said. “I don’t think anyone noticed it or cared about it or didn’t see??? ??? it coming. It probably got worse and worse.”

The Broncos haven’t played since Denver’s 34-21 defeat to the Texans in Week 12. Denver is still looking for its first win of the season when it takes on the Texans.

Malone isn’t the first Broncos receiver to fall short of the team’s 100 percent physical and performance standards this week. Running back Arian Foster was limited to nine carries, while wide receiver Shane Vereen saw a big step back in practice Thursday, when he missed practice because of an injury to his ankle.

The Broncos’ offense ranked No. 30 in the NFL last season in offensive efficiency, according to ESPN Stats and Info.

Posted by David Bates on 14th August 2020

Motorcyclist dies in clarkefield crash that killed passenger


Motorcyclist dies in clarkefield crash that killed passenger

Police believe the driver of the car has stopped, but are investigating whethe??????r he has been wearing a seatbelt.

The incident happened on the Queensway at Queensway and Eglinton in Stoney Creek just before 11am.

A witness, identified as Mr Scott, saw the suspect pull out of a nearby car park about 200 metres before goi?????ng down the embankment.

The man died from his injuries several minutes later.

Det Supt Richard Hynes said the circumstances of the crash are still being investigated and that police were appealing to any witnesses or video footage of the incident to come forward.

The crash??? also sent a large part of the Stoney Creek pedestrian route across the road off-ramps.

Sorry, this video has expired Video: Cyclist dies after colliding with car in car park (ABC News)

The NSW Ambulance Service said it was called shortly before 11am.

Witnesses have been asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit

Topics: road, road-transport, southport-4215

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Posted by David Bates on 14th August 2020

Nato admits civilians killed in afghan airstrike could have been fighters – but won’t confirm their identities


Nato admits civilians killed in afghan airstrike could have been fighters – but won’t confirm their identities

It is understood the UN has written to the government in Kabul requesting names and photographs of suspected dead.

Afghan authorities have also handed over a number of names to relatives of the Afghan soldiers killed by the bombs, a senior Pentagon official said.

‘For the life of me I can’t understand why anyone would go through with this, I mean it’s not right,’ said o?????ne retired US colonel, who served in a brigade that served in the war in the southern province of Helmand.

‘It’s outrageous. It’s very clear the Americans should have known better.’

President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are also due to meet Afghan officials as they examine the incident.

The US and NATO deny they knew about the strikes – something President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are expected to discuss as they investigate the attack – despite Mr Obama insisting he ‘could not be sure’ who carried out the attack.

‘We do not yet know the full extent of the strikes. We are still conducting a full review of the mission to determine what happened and the outcome,’ a Pentagon spokesperson ??? ???told The Independent.

A top American official told reporters: ‘What we do know, and what I have been told, is that there’s been no indication to the US government that anybody had ever bee?????n involved in the strike or had the intent to harm civilians.’

Mr Obama vowed to hold those responsible to account as he tried to rally the world to join troops in Afghanistan.

But Nato will not reveal the names of those who were killed or injured, with a senior US official telling the Wall Street Journal there could be further strikes in the future.

Posted by David Bates on 14th August 2020

Pippa savage appeal continues to inspire public support for her, and the campaign to save the animals is gaining a foothold with the backing of animal welfare groups, who have helped raise more than £10,000 for them


Pippa savage appeal continues to inspire public support for her, and the campaign to save the animals is gaining a foothold with the backing of animal welfare groups, who have helped raise more than £10,000 for them.

The case has sparked huge interest on????? social media and in Britain with hundreds of comments from across the country to date.

The animal charity Friends of Pippa, which has raised more than £11,000 for the birds since the appeal began, said it was “extremely proud” of the response and thought Pippa had done a “remarkable job” of saving the birds.

Image copyright PA Image caption The RSPCA are looking to raise another £5,000 for Pippa

“The impact this case has has been huge,” said RSPCA chief executive Paul McHugh, speaking to BBC Radio 4′s Today programme.

“A lot of pe?????ople seem to have come together and the RSPCA think they can give back to the community in one way or another.

“As an organisation we want to help them but people have come together in that way with people that have come together with charities.”

Speaking with Today, Pippa herself said she was “very grateful” for the support.

apronxIn the video, which the RSPCA released to the public, the two birds were seen resting in front of a giant tree.

The story of Pippa, a yellow cuckoo, was revealed in 2009 by the BBC’s Panorama programme.

The animals have since been found in “care”, which means the birds live free of predators and are on a natural diet of fruit and flowers.

Posted by David Bates on 14th August 2020

Liberal gladys liu linked to secretive chinese influence network, says expert


Liberal gladys liu linked to secretive chinese influence network, says expert

Chau Ping Pong was one of the top 10 ranked hotels in Asia when its CEO died last year. (Photo: Getty Images)

When Chau Ping Pong’s top executive died last year at the age of 75, it was widely speculated he was influenced by a shadowy Chinese influence network. The Washington Post’s Scott Pelley reported that as part of his “uncontested” and undisclosed $1 billion investment in the hotel chain, he had an eight-figure stake in one of the most secretive and secre???tive Chinese arms: the Hucaifu Group. The Hucaifu group was founded in the late 1980s by the influential Guo Wengui, who was in high places in China at the time and who was at the head of one of the country’s most opaque private foundations, the Guoan Foundation, which funds and maintains many of Chiapronxna’s largest state-owned enterprises.

While it would be difficult to ascertain exactly who contributed money to the Guoan Foundation, a Chinese-backed group that seeks to promote Western ideas has reportedly contributed a total of $1 million to the foundation since its inception in the early 1970s. (That doesn’t include the millions of dollars in Chinese funding from the Guoan Foundation’s corporate branches for projects such as research in social psychology.)

After its collapse, many foreign newspapers and media outlets speculated the Chinese government orchestrated his death and possibly the downfall of the Guo family’s Chinese operations. That was not necessarily true, however, and experts who closely follow the region believe there is no direct link.

But the Guo family’s secretive ???ties are not a given in China — there are no hard-and-fast guidelines for Chinese policy — so there is little evidence to suggest it is linked to the billionaire’s death.

And in fact, there is much more than meets the eye in the world of foreign investors in China.

It’s not hard to come by good information about Chinese corruption. Some of the most recent corruption scandals at major international companies have involved money laundering. One notable case: the United States has a system in place to stop foreign corporations that move their money in and out of the country from avoiding U.S. taxes. To that end, some of the most prominent Chinese corporations — including Tencent Holdings, one of China’s largest media conglomerates — make use of it to avoid paying tax to the United States Treasury Department.

China has a well-developed system that makes it much mor

Posted by David Bates on 14th August 2020

Howard praises centrelink tampering response to Herald Sun’s story


Howard praises centrelink tampering response to Herald Sun’s story

Labor says it will now press for an independent inquiry into how the bank failed to detect fraud and avoid repaying tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars.

Labor MP Anthony Albanese told 7.30 that he would press Treasurer Scott Morrison to allow an independent investigation.

“The minister can’t be expected to sit here and tell us we’re entitled to an inquiry. We’d prefer he did this before that happened,” Mr Albanese said.

“It’s a question which goes to his political loyalty, and we have been saying that for a long time.”

Mr Morrison said the Government remained committed to making sure that the banking industry was safe and sound.

“It has got to be absolutely clear that the banks are safe and sound and I can assure you we will always make sure that these are the banks we’re paying, and you know, it’s the banking system they run,” he said.

“I believe in ensuring that the banks are safe and sound.”

The Government said it would not tolerate money laundering.
“Our Government???‘s approach is that all banks must be managed well and are managed on a level playing field in a manner which ensures they are well-sourced, that they do their thing and not allow money laundering,” Mr Morrison said.

“And it also protects the financial system by working with law enforcement and the banking sector.”

Mr Morrison said the Treasury’s review of the banking sector was a priority, but that Labor would demand an independent investigation in its bid for more public accountability.

“I’m sure it will come out in the next few days that we will pursue a request for an independent????? investigation,” Mr Morrison said.

Topics: government-and-politics, federal-government, alp, australia, australia

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Posted by David Bates on 14th August 2020

Five new speed cameras installed in suburbs across melbourne will cost taxpayers more than $500,000 a month – and will give law enforcement the chance to record a suspect on camera, but without the risk of losing a vehicle


Five new speed cameras installed in suburbs across melbourne will cost taxpayers more than $500,000 a month – and will give law enforcement the chance to record a suspect on camera, but without the risk of losing a vehicle.

The new cameras are being installed at 15 suburbs across Melbourne including the CBD, Central, North Shore, Mid-City and south of Yarra, from November 2015, and????? are to be placed at the entrances to car parks, in residential areas and on public roads.

A number of residents and some of their supporters were upset that the government was not prepared to pay for additional cameras – as well as $500,000 to install the new cameras in ???their communities, ?????which will cost even more, in the same period.

However, Minister for Community Safety Rob Stokes said the policy on speed cameras was under review and would be finalised in November 2015.

Posted by David Bates on 14th August 2020