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Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 26 Jan 2015 – Disgruntled PDMs and PNPs and PPPs are reportedly who will compile a slate of candidates of independents in time for the 2016 General Elections in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Explained initially on radio and then in a newspaper article featured in the Turks and Caicos Weekly News. The stunning headline reads: ‘Skippings is Back’ and the report allows the former People’s Democratic Movement Party leader and former Chief Minister to say that and I quote: “Our intention is to contest the election – we can do that as an independent group collectively and if it becomes necessary we will form a party.” The politician who gave up leadership of the PDM after an unsuccessful bid on the national ticket as an at large 2012 General Election candidate says the group will determine if he runs with intent on becoming Premier of the country. In the lead up to the last run off, Oswald Skippings dubbed himself a national politician and ran at large securing 2,902 votes and placing eighth of 12; not among the first five At Large candidates who would go on to become House of Assembly representatives. It begs the question, since the electorate so recently demonstrated insufficient support of his candidacy, what has given Oswald Skippings the confidence to return to the fray? The preacher and veteran politician told the publication: “I was called on and call out by a whole lot of people who are hurting…” His PDM party has issued no formal comment on this new development. Opposition Leader responds to Throne Speech 11 days later; says PDM Govt plan puts TCI in ‘deep doo doo’ Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp TCI Country Leaders condemn vicious memes Olive branch extended by Opposition Leader, says it is time for Turks and Caicos leaders to unite Related Items:general election, oswal skippings, Pdm, pnp, ppp Recommended for you
Posted: February 15, 2019 February 15, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, Escondido couple escapes serious injury after tree falls on their home KUSI Newsroom 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsESCONDIDO (KUSI)- An Escondido family escaped injury after a tree came crashing down into their home overnight. This happened at a home on Jesmond Drive around 3 this morning. A man and his pregnant wife were asleep when the tree tore through the roof of their bedroom.Both managed to get out safely. Fire crews were called-in to survey the damage.The tree destroyed an outside shed, and uprooted an electrical box. Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
KUSI Newsroom Updated: 9:55 PM Posted: July 24, 2019 SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – An elite team of Navy Seals was ordered an early redeployment after “a perceived deterioration of good order and discipline” that made the military Commander lose “confidence in the team’s ability to accomplish the mission.”“The commander of the Special Operations Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve (in Iraq) ordered the early redeployment of a SEAL Team platoon to San Diego due to a perceived deterioration of good order and discipline within the team during non-operational periods,” US Special Operations Command said in a statement Wednesday.A US Defense Department official close to the situation noted the rare case of early redeployment for a SEAL Team platoon, is due to allegations regarding consumption of alcohol during downtime. Consumption of alcohol is a violation of general orders given to troops in overseas campaigns. KUSI Newsroom, Elite team of US Navy SEALS ordered home from ISIS fight due to alleged misbehavior July 24, 2019 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
Like 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 email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington DPW & Public Buildings Dept. Complete Dozens Of Projects To Get Schools Ready For Opening DayIn “Education”Wilmington Yardwaste Center Will Be Open Twice This SeptemberIn “Community”Wilmington Yardwaste Center Open This Week — August 7 & 10In “Government” WILMINGTON, MA — Below is a message from the Wilmington Department of Public Works:In late August, Joseph P. Cardillo & Son, Inc., a contractor working for the Town of Wilmington, began the installation of a new 12-inch cement lined ductile iron water main that starts at the Park Street/Woburn Street area (where the town is completing its portion of the project) and crosses over the I-93 overpass to the west side of the bridge.The I-93 bridge crossing portion of the work will occur during the over night hours.Once connected, this continuous line of new pipe will mark the final stage of water main replacement to be completed in this immediate vicinity.It is anticipated that the project will be completed prior to October 31, 2019.Please follow the directives of the police officers and any traffic advisory signs that may be in place.
Flood victims including women and children moving to shelter centres as flood situation worsens in Faridpur’s Sadar upazila. Photo: AlimuzzamanA humanitarian crisis is unfolding across large areas in South Asia, with more than 16 million people affected by monsoon floods in Nepal, Bangladesh and India, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) said Friday, reports XinhuaThe agency cited local authorities as saying that flood levels have already reached record highs in Bangladesh, and water of major rivers such as the Jamuna has surpassed warning levels set in 1988, the deadliest floods the country has ever faced, China’s official press agency adds.”This is fast becoming one of the most serious humanitarian crises this region has seen in many years and urgent action is needed to meet the growing needs of millions of people affected by these devastating floods,” the IFRC said in a statement Friday, citing its staff for Asia Pacific region.According to the statement, more than one third of Bangladesh and Nepal have been flooded, and the humanitarian crisis could get worse in the days and weeks ahead.In Nepal, the IFRC said, many areas remain cut off after recent destructive floods and landslides, and many villages and communities are stranded without food, water or electricity.”This tragic flooding in Nepal has claimed at least 128 lives and 33 people are still missing,” Dev Ratna Dhakhwa, secretary general of the Nepal Red Cross Society, was cited as saying.In Bangladesh, the IFRC said, over 3.9 million people have been affected by the rising flood waters, and floods are likely to get much worse as swollen rivers from India pour into the low-lying and densely populated areas in the northern and central parts of the country, says Xinhua news agency.In India, over 11 million people are reportedly affected by floods in four states across the north of the country. What’s more, India’s meteorological department is forecasting more heavy rains for the region in the coming days.
A minor girl was killed after she was suspected to be raped by unidentified persons at Gachhabari village in Tangail’s Madhupur upazila on Friday, reports UNB.The deceased was identified as Liza Akhter, daughter of Mizanur Rahman of the village.Locals said Liza had been missing since Friday afternoon after she went to take bath in a nearby river.Later in the night, locals spotted the body in the bush beside her house and informed police.On the next morning, police recovered the body and sent it to Tangail General Hospital for autopsy.Liza could have been raped before being murdered, said Shafiqul Islam, officer-in-charge of Madhupur police station.A murder case was filed with the police station in this regard, said the OC.