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Manufactured by Konecranes, the trio were stowed onboard fully erect and included two GHMK 6470B units and a GHMK 8412 model.The GHMK 6470B models, measuring 63 m x 14.5 m x 32.8 m and weighing 450 tons (408.2 tonnes) each, were transported to Abidjan.The GHMK 8412 unit measured 72.35 m x 15 m x 47.2 m and weighed 641 tons (581.5 tonnes), and was transported to Tema.This shipment represented one of the first consignments for SAL’s newly introduced regular service to Africa linking West, South and East Africa with North Europe, the Middle East Gulf and the Indian Subcontinent.The service commenced operations on April 1, 2018, as HLPFI reported here. http://www.heavyliftpfi.com/news/sal-introduces-service-to-africa.htmlSAL Heavy Lift is a member of the Cargo Equipment Experts (CEE) network in Germany.www.sal-heavylift.comwww.cargoequipmentexperts.com
SOUTH FLORIDA – Early registrations and training exercise indications for the inaugural staging of the Jamaica Hi-5K Run/Walk scheduled for Saturday, October 5, is that the event is attracting large groups of supporters, in the five Diaspora areas where the event is scheduled.The Jamaica Moves/Adopt-A-Clinic (AAC) initiative was launched in Fort Lauderdale by Jamaica’s Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr. Christopher Tufton, during Jamaica’s Independence celebrations. The initiative seeks to engage private and public sector partners in the Diaspora to play a critical role in improving access to primary healthcare for people in Jamaica in 100 clinics identified across the island. The goal of the collaboration between Jamaica Hi5-5k and Jamaica Moves is to secure commitment for at least five clinic adoptions under the AAC initiative.The Jamaica Hi-5K Run/Walk event will begin promptly at 7:00 a.m. simultaneously across five Southern Diaspora areas, namely Atlanta, GA; Houston, TX; Orlando, FL; and South Florida; all of which are collaborating to impact healthcare and wellness in Jamaica.The Inaugural staging of the event in South Florida is scheduled for the Central Broward Regional Park in Lauderhill. The event is an initiative by the Consul General, Oliver Mair in association with the Jamaica Moves/Adopt-A-Clinic (AAC) to raise funds, and awareness for primary healthcare in JamaicaThis community event is intended to bring together families and friends in each Diaspora area to kick-start another health experience. The day will be filled with various activities including walk/run, kiddies’ zone, health screening and awareness workshops.Consul General Mair in a recent meeting at the Consulate said, “I am excited about the Jamaica Hi-5K. It’s an opportunity for the community to coalesce in support of healthy living here in the Diaspora region and in Jamaica.”
(L-R): President of the National Youth Council, Jahisiah Benoit, CARICOM Youth Ambassador; Natasha Jervier and Deion Anselm, Vibes Radio host Kirshena Joseph and Labour Commissioner Matthew LeBlancLabour Commissioner, Matthew LeBlanc is encouraging qualified youth to apply for a CARICOM skills certificate through the Labour Division.The Labour Commissioner, who was a guest panelist on Vibes Radio as part of activities to commemorate CARICOM Day 2014 on Friday, July 4, 2014, advised the youth to take advantage of this significant privilege.He says it is important that they apply for the certificate as it empowers certain categories of persons within any CARICOM member state to travel, reside and work in any other territory without a work permit or work exemption certificate.“That is already a significant privilege in that you do not have to spend any additional money, you do not have to go through any bureaucracy, or have any waiting period to find employment if you have your skills recognition certificate,” Mr Matthew said. The certificate costs one hundred dollars and an applicant is required to provide his or her birth certificate and certified copies of relevant certificates.The Commissioner added that certificate holders have six months to search for and find employment in any CARICOM member state.“It is really meant to not only facilitate travel and ease your transition to another CARICOM territory, but it’s also meant to remove all the hassles and all the requirements imposed upon you by the bureaucracies of the individual states if you have the skills certificate”.He has cautioned however, that the skills certificate does not provide permanent residency privilege to skills certificate holders, neither is it a citizenship card.“The skills certificate is designed to allow skilled persons to move within the Single Market and Economy for the purpose of employment”.“So that is to say one would not justify their entry and residence permanently in any of the given states if they are idle and are not involved in any productive activity,” Mr Matthew stated.The Caribbean Community celebrated forty one (41) years since the signing of the Treaty of Chaguaramas.Caribbean Youth Ambassadors; Natasha Jervier and Deion Anselm and president of the National Youth Council, Jahisiah Benoit were also part of the panel discussion centered around the theme ‘I am CARICOM’.Dominica Vibes News LocalNews Youth encouraged to apply for CARICOM Skills Certificate by: – July 5, 2014 505 Views no discussions
Tweet Share Sharing is caring! Share BusinessLocalNewsRegional LIAT re-establishing office at Douglas-Charles Airport by: Dominica Vibes News – September 15, 2015 629 Views one comment Share Prime Minister Skerrit speaking with David Evans, Chief Executive Officer of LIAT, David Evans at the Douglas Charles Airport on ThursdayLIAT flights into and out of Dominica are expected to resume by tomorrow, Wednesday 16 September 2015, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has said.LIAT flights at the country’s main airport – the Douglas-Charles Airport – were suspended and the airport closed following devastation caused to the facility during Tropical Storm Erika on Thursday 27 August 2015.“The LIAT technical people came in this morning at Douglas-Charles Airport to set up their computer system because they now have electricity in the terminal building, they have internet in the terminal building,” the Prime Minister said in a statement to the nation on Tuesday 15 September 2015.“The idea is for them to set up their IT system and ticketing system and we have been advised by LIAT that they will resume flights into Dominica at Douglas-Charles Airport on Wednesday 16 September 2015,” Mr Skerrit continued.Just last week Friday, 11 September, the Chief Executive Officer of LIAT, David Evans along with his technical staff and chief pilot visited the Douglas- Charles Airport to conduct assessments following clearance by the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority (ECCAA) for commercial flights to land there.During that visit, Mr Evans said “it’s been absolutely an unbelievable transformation” at the airport with regards to the restoration efforts.He credited the Prime Minister “for rallying the people of Dominica in their hour of need” as well as the Chief Executive Officer of the Dominica Air and Sea Ports Authority (DASPA) Benoit Bardouille and his team for “an absolutely remarkable job of getting the airport into a state where LIAT can start to operate flights again”.Earlier, it was announced that LIAT flights into Dominica would resume today, Tuesday 15 September but this has been rescheduled to tomorrow.“Again, these are things that we’ve been advised on, it may change, but this is what LIAT has advised us and we look forward to tonight for those new schedules to be posted by LIAT,” Prime Minister Skerrit indicated.“So progress is being made, you know, it’s going to take a long time but we are seeking to prioritize areas and to see how quickly the government can move to put temporary structures, while at the same time, planning for more permanent structures and more permanent arrangements in respect to our response to Tropical Storm Erika and our move towards reconstruction,” he added.
LocalNews Achievement Learning Centre observes World Autism Awareness Day by: – March 29, 2017 Share Sharing is caring! 53 Views no discussions Share The Achievement Learning Center this year will join 157 countries across the world to observe Autism Awareness Day on April 1, 2017. World Autism Awareness Day (WADD) celebrated on April 2, was adopted by the United Nations in 2007 to shine a bright light on Autism as a growing global health priority. On World Autism Awareness Day (WADD), Achievement Learning Centre celebrates its “Light up the Possibilities” campaign. The event will start with a walk from the Centre at 3 Elliot Avenue, Pottersville, travel up Independence Street and climax at the Pebbles Park. The awareness walk is aimed at spreading the awareness and understanding of Autism, Celebrate and honor the unique talents and Skills of people with Autism and bring attention to the needs of all people with Autism and other disabilities. We are inviting the public to join us on the walk. Everyone is invited to wear something blue (this is not a political rally) to show support and walk to help “Build Inclusive Communities” as we endeavor to break the stigma against children with disabilities. Children with disabilities are a bundle of potentials so let’s “Light up the Possibilities”. Join us for time of interaction and celebrating at the Peebles Park for fun and games. It is a time that we hope the public will interact with us and the children that we serve at the Centre.The event is being sponsored by Flow, Domlec, Forestry Division, Fine Foods Inc., AID Bank, J Astaphan and Co Ltd. The event will start at 3 and ends at 6. At six o’clock we are hoping to light up the park blue with glow sticks as we light up Blue to commemorate the day. For more information call 316 7652 or email at email@example.com. Share Tweet
Farmington Voice Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) As RIley Park Ice Rink fans prepare to strap on their skates for another season, volunteers are planning to revive last year’s popular “Harry Potter and the Holiday Skate”.About 700 people attended last year’s Harry Potter-themed skate in downtown Farmington. (facebook.com/RileyParkIceRinkHeld this year on December 28, 6-9 p.m., the event will expand to include a costume contest and new “Knockturn Alley”, which will close off a sidewalk. Vendors slated to participate include Sunflour Bakehaus, Dagwood’s Deli, Bellacino’s, and Professor Pemberton’s Wands.While the rink does not offer skate rentals, a limited number of skates in various sizes are available to borrow.Admission is $5 per wizard, $20 per house. Riley Park Ice Rink is located in the area of Grand River and Grove Street in downtown Farmington.To learn more, visit facebook.com/RileyParkIceRink/. Reported by
By Mike Holzheimer“How do I fire thee, let me count the ways.”Apologies to poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning for the mild satirical reference pertaining to the opening line of her famed Sonnet 43, but that’s what came to mind when the news first broke that the Cleveland Browns had fired its head coach Hue Jackson.And while the “discord” of dust has settled a bit within the walls of the team’s headquarters in Berea, the burning question is still being asked by media members and fans-what took you so long?Indeed. There was no validation to be found anywhere that would suggest Jackson should remain in charge on the sidelines because eventually, he will right this sinking ship. But after a 3-36-1 combined record as head coach, Jackson’s ship had about as much of a chance to remain afloat as the Titanic.Losing all those games, contests he was in charge of, was simply unacceptable. It was also an anchor far too heavy around the necks of General Manager John Dorsey and Jimmy Haslam, the Browns owner, who gave Jackson one of the biggest breaks ever afforded a head coach in the history of professional sports. One would be hard-pressed to find a NFL head coach who was given the kind of “pardon” Jackson got with such a horrific won-loss record.Haslam’s assurance that the media, league and fans would “see the real Hue Jackson” this year, had as much accuracy as a Shane Gonzalez extra point or field goal attempt. In fact, Haslam’s overall accuracy in terms of “getting it right” when it comes to hiring the right head coach ranks right up there with the many misses by placekickers in the league this season.In terms of really missing the mark, though, Jackson stands alone, and despite what Haslam told the media during the press conference announcing the firing, this WAS NOT a very tough decision. Whether or not to fire Jackson was about as difficult a decision as asking a young boy to decide between the latest video game and a pair of corduroy pants for one of his Christmas presents. Pages: 1 2 Related TopicsHue Jackson NEOSI Staff