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Surf capital celebrates World Water Day

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first_imgWaves of change are being celebrated in Bundoran this Friday as Donegal’s first ‘Think Before You Flush’ community marks World Water Day. Local stakeholders came together in the seaside town to mark the fantastic efforts of the community in good water hygiene practices.Bundoran became Donegal’s first Think Before You Flush community towards the end of 2018 joining 14 other communities around the country. Since then, they have been working towards tackling the problem of sewage-related litter on beaches.  A public awareness campaign was held about the problem sanitary products and other items can cause in our marine environment and our wastewater systems if they are flushed down the toilet.Clean Coasts in partnership with Irish Water launch the Think Before You Flush Campaign to raise awareness of the problems wet wipes and sanitary products cause when they are flushed down the toilet.Not only does this campaign aim to raise awareness at a national level, there is also a strong emphasis on empowering communities directly to tackle the issues caused by sewage related litter.A strong partnership between local Clean Coasts Officer, Bundoran Tidy Towns, Discover Bundoran and Donegal County Council has led the campaign from strength to strength with a large number of businesses taking part. The work continues with workshops for local schools including Magh Ene College and Four Masters NS, Kinlough as well as several projects and events with local community groups and individuals. Beckey-Finn Britton, Clean Coasts Officer for Donegal and Leitrim said: “Bundoran has become a true ambassador for the Think Before You Flush campaign in Donegal. It is a wonderful example of the power of community action to create change. A special thanks should be given to our Clean Coasts Groups Bundoran Tidy Towns and Discover Bundoran for being true leaders in the community for this campaign.”Micheal McMahon, Chairperson of Bundoran Tidy Towns added, “we were delighted to become one of the ambassador communities for the Think Before You Flush campaign. We are also thankful to the number of local businesses who have engaged with us by committing to display the promotional materials on their premises. Being a seaside town is of utmost importance that both locals and visitors alike are aware of what they can and cannot flush down the toilet, ultimately affecting the quality of the water that rely on so much for our tourism product here in the town.”David Friel, Coastal Officer for Donegal County Council said of the Think Before You Flush campaign, “It’s very appropriate that we are gathered here in Bundoran on World Water Day and encouraging locals, businesses and visitors to think before they flush. “It’s heartening to see the amount of businesses who have embraced this campaign and who want to see their waters remain clean and safe for bathers, surfers and recreational users for this and many more seasons to come.” Surf capital celebrates World Water Day was last modified: March 22nd, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:bundoranthink before you flushwaterlast_img read more

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Forty local heroes celebrated at Donegal Volunteer Awards – Picture Special

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first_imgForty outstanding people and groups have been honoured for their voluntary work at the 9th annual ME4U awards.The Donegal Volunteer Centre hosted a special celebration in the Mount Errigal hotel in Letterkenny last Thursday to celebrate the contributions of the people who dedicate their time to helping others. A wide variety of projects and groups were honoured this year, from radio stations to Community First Responders.“The ME4U Awards are a wonderful opportunity to give back to the volunteers who give so much to their communities,” said Brian Carr, Chair of the DVC. Awards were presented to 10 projects and 31 individuals on the night.ME4U Awards 2019Brian Carr and John Curran at the ME4U Awards 2019Donegal Volunteer Centre supports, volunteers and groups across Donegal to access and provide quality volunteering opportunities.There are some 3,500 volunteers active with the Donegal VC network coupled with in excess of 200 live opportunities available to those who wish to volunteer.John Curran of the DVC said: “The organisation awards recognise the ongoing impact these local groups have across Donegal, these projects and volunteers are stepping up to provide vital services to improve the quality of life of all within our communities.” See the full list of winners below, who were recognised for their skills, dedicaton and generosity this year:ME4U Project Award Winners:Donegal Town Community First Responders for their Cardiac Response ProjectThe Mountcharles, Frosses Inver Community First Responders for their Cardiac Response ProjectGood and New Cancer Charity Shop for the Good and New Cancer Charity cancer care servicesMagh Ene Historical Society Bundoran for their museum audio visual display projectALONE Donegal for their Befriending projectEach of the following five ME4U Project Award winners received a €500 euro donation to support their ongoing work:Serenity House Learning CentreBluestack Special Needs Foundation for the Saturday ClubThe Saoirse Foundation for the BUMBLEance Children’s National Ambulance ServiceRosses Radio for their Community Radio StationThe Hub Youth Centre in GlentiesThe ME4U Individual Volunteer Awards 2019 were presented to:Eunan Devenney- TuslaChris Frize – Little Wishes / Make a WishMarian Mc Alinney – Alone DonegalColette O’Doherty – Malin Head Community AssociationLizzie Csizma – Donegal Town Community First RespondersFiona Boyle – Ray Community Group CentreShane Connolly – MountCharles /Frosses / Inver Community First RespondersLynda Doherty – Ballyshannon & District MuseumDanny Ferry – Donegal Down SyndromeAoife Mc Gonagle – Donegal Down SyndromeRoisin Jordan – Donegal Down SyndromePatrick Mc Brearty – Bluestack Special Needs FoundationLynn Mc Devitt – Good & New Cancer Support CharityJohn Walsh – We Care Food BankEimear Doogan – Rosses RadioDerek Mc Collum – Ardara Sheltered HousingCon Ferry – Creeslough Community First RespondersJohn Campbell – S V D PMaire Ní Dhochartaigh – Comharchumann na noileán BeagGeraldine Gallagher – Donegal Intercultural PlatformMarian McAlinney – ALONE DonegalConnie Crawford – ALONE DonegalJim Henderson – ALONE DonegalMary Mulligan – ALONE DonegalKathleen Mc Granaghan – ALONE DonegalSeamus Mc Ginley – ALONE DonegalNoelle McGinley – Milford & District ResourceHilary Bowles – Milford & District ResourceAnn McDaid – Culdaff Community AssociationObaydur Ruhel – Bangleshdi Community in DonegalMáirín UÍ Fhearraigh – Coist Forbartha GabhlaFor more information of the DVC visit your local library or www.volunteerdonegal.ie Wendy Fitzgerald McCarry receiving and award on behalf of the Bluestack FoundationBUMBLEance National Children’s AmbulanceChris Frize – Little Angels FundraiserSt. Shanaghan House, Ardara.Derek McCollum – Ardara Sheltered HousingMáirín UÍ Fhearraigh – Coist Forbartha GabhlaFrances Browne – ALONE IrelandAnn McDaid – Culdaff Community Employment SchemeMarian Boylan- Donegal Town Community First RespondersFiona Boyle – Ray Community Group CentreLynn McDevitt – Good & New Cancer Support CharityJohn Walsh – We Care Food BankNoelle McGinley – Milford & District ResourceObaydur Ruhel – Bangleshdi Community in DonegalRay Community CentreRoisin Jordan – Donegal Down SyndromeAoife Mc Gonagle – Donegal Down SyndromeForty local heroes celebrated at Donegal Volunteer Awards – Picture Special was last modified: July 16th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:donegal volunteer centreme4uvolunteer awardslast_img read more

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Cold Dinosaurs Resembled Warm Dinosaurs

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first_imgCold dinosaurs were just like warm dinosaurs, scientists have found.  Species living in the Antarctic, with up to six months of winter darkness, show no major differences in bone structure than those who lived in temperate climates.  This was a surprise that falsified earlier studies.  Whatever adaptations the high-latitude dinosaurs had did not show up in their bone structure. Holly Woodward, Montana State doctoral candidate, examined bone tissues from Australian dinosaur fossils that were thought to reside within the Antarctic Circle when the creatures lived.  The bones of the dog-sized ornithopods and theropods studied showed annual growth rings, like those of temperate-climate dinosaurs, but no evidence of hibernation.  “If we were trying to find evidence of dinosaurs doing something much different physiologically, we would expect it to be found in dinosaurs from an extreme environment such as the South Pole,” she said. “But based on bone tissues, dinosaurs living within the Antarctic Circle were physiologically similar to dinosaurs living everywhere else” (source: PhysOrg).  The paper by Woodward and colleagues was published in PLoS One.1 Well-known dinosaur researcher Jack Horner commented, “I think the most important finding is that polar dinosaurs don’t seem to be any different than any other dinosaurs in respect to how their bones grew.”  Woodward found a way to credit the unexpected finding to evolution: “This tells us something very interesting; that basically from the very start, early dinosaurs, or even the ancestors of dinosaurs, evolved a physiology that allowed an entire group of animals to successfully exploit a multitude of environmental conditions for millions of years.”  See also the 03/29/2004 entry. Update 08/09/2011: PhysOrg reported the discovery of multiple trackways of polar dinosaurs in Victoria, Australia.  The tracks were found in a flood plain.  According to the article, this indicates it was “period of pronounced global warming, about 105 million years ago.” 1. Woodward, Rich, Chinsamy and Vickers-Rich, “Growth Dynamics of Australia’s Polar Dinosaurs,” PLoS ONE 6(8): e23339. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0023339. Let’s correct that last sentence:  This tells us something very interesting; that basically from the very start, early evolutionists, even the Father of evolutionary theory, came up with a plot line that allowed an entire group of scientists to successfully exploit a multitude of contradictory data for 150 years. The millions of years are fiction.  Wouldn’t dinosaurs living near the South Pole for millions of years develop some spectacular changes?  Wouldn’t they show a gradation in features from temperate to antarctic latitudes?  They didn’t.  Evolution wins anyway.  A neutral observer might think creationists could score a point here, that the pre-Flood climate was more uniform, but no; evolutionists have a wild card: the ability to invoke miracle talk.  From the very start, Woodward tells us, dinosaurs “evolved a physiology that allowed an entire group of animals to successfully exploit a multitude of environmental conditions for millions of years.” Yes, children; dinosaurs evolved their own physiology.  They got together and had an engineering session.  They reasoned together, croaking that if they would just develop certain features of their bones and musculature and other systems, they could wander all over the earth and thrive for millions of years.  And you, too, children, can follow their example.  Just DON’T call it INTELLIGENT DESIGN!  That is forbidden!  Now, go out and evolve yourselves.  Pick your mutations very carefully with your eyes blindfolded and your ears covered up.  If you win the lottery, you can live at the Sahara or Antarctica without changing clothes.  Good luck!(Visited 24 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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SA ‘can weather global slowdown’

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first_img3 July 2008Despite a global economic slowdown resulting largely from rising food and fuel prices, South Africa’s economy is resilient enough to deal with the unfolding economic climate.“We have a much stronger economy today then we did 10 years ago and increasingly we are showing resilience to global economic dips,” Trade and Industry Minister Mandisi Mpahlwa said in Johannesburg this week.“We do not believe our economy has reached a cul-de-sac.”He added that investment was increasingly was playing a greater role in the economic growth of South Africa.Speaking from the headquarters of Business Unity South Africa (Busa), Mpahlwa said South Africa was recently identified by a professor at the London School of Economics as one of four key emerging economies in the world, placing it alongside China, India and Brazil.Regionally significant and diverseSince the 1990s, South Africa has emerged as one of the most important developing economies within the global economy.“We might not have the size of China, India and Brazil, but we are regionally significant with a diverse and growing economy,” Mpahlwa said. “We need to make sure that we remain in the stream of fast-growing economies despite the challenging global economic environment.”To ensure diversification of exports, South Africa is currently in discussions with China to find ways in which to increase the market penetration of value-added goods into the Chinese economy.He added that South Africa was in the process of trying to change from being a majority exporter of raw materials to a supplier of value-added goods on a greater scale.Shifting trade patternsMpahlwa said that trade patterns were shifting at the moment, noting that Africa-Asia trade was starting to surpass Africa-European trade. “The trade balance is shifting more toward Asia, with an increase in trade between developing countries,” he said.Among the challenges facing the South African economy were insufficient energy to meet rising demand, a shortage of skills, and the need to increase productivity and boost infrastructure development.He pointed out that while the short-term solution was to import skills, this practice was not sustainable in the longer term and skills had to be developed locally.“The issue of insufficient energy, skills shortages, and infrastructure challenges is not unique to South Africa but is a global problem,” Mpahlwa added.Current account deficitSouth Africa’s widening account deficit came as a result of South African manufacturers already running at capacity and therefore not being able to deal with increased demand ahead of the massive infrastructure drive for the 2010 Fifa World Cup.South Africa was therefore forced to import goods to cover the local output shortage, Mpahlwa said, adding that local manufacturers needed to reinvest in capacity in order to meet the growing demand in the country.Another factor greatly affecting the current account deficit was the current record prices for crude oil.In the prevailing economic slowdown, it was imperative that South Africa did not lose focus of what it had set out to achieve. “Now is the time to commit ourselves to more vigorously pursue these objectives,” he said.Taking down barriersMpahlwa said the government’s response to the tightening economic conditions was to speed up industrial development, continue promoting small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs), and further strengthen the state’s capacity to unlock the country’s economic potential.He added that regional integration within the Southern African Development Community also needed greater impetus, as all countries within the bloc needed to take advantage of the almost free trade environment that existed in order to maximise regional trade.Source: BuaNewslast_img read more

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South Africa-China trade ties to strengthen

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first_imgMinister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, right, is already in China. (Image: Brand South Africa) Transport Minister S’bu Ndebele and President Jacob Zuma are part of the delegation to China. (Image: Bongani Nkosi) MEDIA CONTACTS • Kgomotso Molobi Chief Director for Public Diplomacy Department of International Relations and Cooperation +27 82 940 1647 or +27 12 351 0083  RELATED ARTICLES • SA opens at 2010 Expo Shanghai • Trade show to boost India-South Africa ties • China-Africa relations to deepen • SA, US tighten trade relationshipBongani NkosiThe South African government is seeking to bolster relations with China, the country’s largest trade partner.President Jacob Zuma will lead a delegation of government ministers, including Tina Joemat-Pettersson of agriculture and S’bu Ndebele of transport, and leading local business people to the Asian country on a state visit from 24 to 26 August 2010.Zuma is scheduled to meet the vice president of China, Xi Jinping; chairperson of its largest state department, the National People’s Congress, Wu Bangguo; and State Premier Wen Jiabao.The visit will involve “strengthening and broadening economic and commercial interaction between the two countries”, the Department of International Relations and Cooperation said in a statement.The main thrust of the trip is about expanding South-South trade relations between Africa and fast-growing economic superpowers like China, India and Brazil. A new Comprehensive Strategic Partnership between South Africa and China will be signed with a view “of deepening and broadening the current bilateral relations”, the department said.A number of memorandums of understanding (MoUs) will be signed between the two governments to strengthen cooperation in geology and mineral resources, environmental management, transport and railways.Business and investment contracts between South African and Chinese private companies will also be signed, according to the Department of International Relations and Cooperation. These agreements will be followed by a business seminar in Beijing involving more than 200 South African business leaders and entrepreneurs.Trade boomingTrade between South Africa and its Asian counterpart has grown by more than R100-billion (US$13.6-billion) since 1998, when full diplomatic relations were established.Total trade amounted to R119.7-billion ($16.3-billion) in 2009, which is a 2% growth from 2008’s total of R118-billion ($16-billion).China was named South Africa’s largest export destination at the beginning of 2009, surpassing the US. On the import side, it’s is also South Africa’s largest partner, “as economic and trade relations between the two countries have intensified”, according to the Department of International Relations and Cooperation.“Trade statistics with China continue to reflect the potential that exists for expanding the commercial relationship,” the department added.South Africa mainly exports wool, iron ore, steel ore and stainless steel to China, and imports electrical machinery, electronic equipment and textiles, among a range of other products.The government says bilateral ties between the two countries are “sound and cordial”, adding that they have been strengthened over the years through visits by ministers, premiers, business leaders and civil society from both nations.Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, who will accompany Zuma on this trip, also went on an official visit to China earlier 2010.Relations between the two are currently supported by more than 60 joint agreements such as MoUs and declarations.More exposure through Shanghai Expo South Africa’s image in China has been recently enhanced through the Shanghai World Expo. The country’s exhibition area has attracted more than 100-million visitors, according to the government, since the expo opened on 1 May. Taking place in Shanghai, China’s economic hub, the expo will run until 31 October.Exposure through the 2010 Fifa World Cup and the 10-year anniversary celebrations of SA-China relations in 2008 in China have also helped boost ties between the two nations.last_img read more

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Super Mario Zips Through A Loophole In Apple’s App Restrictions

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first_imgnick statt Related Posts Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Update, July 17: Apple has partly closed the loophole that made it possible to play Nintendo games on iGadgets.Lots of gamers have long wanted to play classics like Pokémon and Super Mario on the iPhone. Unfortunately, publishers like Nintendo have no desire to undermine their own handheld ecosystem. Those determined to bring GameBoy functionality to their iDevices have pretty much been forced to jailbreak them.See also: Apple Slams The Door On Super MarioNo longer, at least for the moment. Thanks to an unexpected loophole in Apple’s developer restrictions, it’s currently possible for anyone to install a fully functioning Game Boy Advance emulator on the iPhone or iPad for free—without jailbreaking their device. Emulator developer Riley Testut created the app, called GBA4iOS, by basing it on another popular jailbreak emulator called gpSphone.  Everything an iPhone Nintendo fan needs is on Testut’s GitHub page. It’s possible to download the app straight to an iPhone via mobile Safari in three basic steps that don’t require the input of any personal information or validation of the phone’s UDID, an identifying number typically necessary to install test versions of apps that aren’t yet available in the App Store.All this requires at least some technical expertise. But once it’s installed, the GBA4iOS app then makes it easy to find and download unlicensed Nintendo games to play. ReadWrite doesn’t condone piracy, so we’re not going into any more detail on that subject.Through The Loophole And Back AgainTestut basically exploited a loophole in Apple’s iOS Developer Enterprise Program, which was designed to let an organization sideload test apps for a large number of users without jumping over the usual developer hurdles of registering UDIDs and installing “provisioning profiles” that allow otherwise unauthorized apps to run on normal (i.e., non-jailbroken) iDevices.Because the program is designed for effortless app downloads, it imposes few restrictions—sidestepping, for instance, the requirement in regular iOS developer program that limits downloads to 100 devices—and no requirements on the user end at all. Testut and the Game Boy Advance emulator exploit that system via work done by a company called MacBuildServer. You see, Testut didn’t actually build the GBA4iOS app that users download through the GitHub link. Rather, he just uploaded the app code to GitHub.Under normal circumstances, that allows anyone else to compile the app—that is, to build a functional version from the underlying code—on their own using Apple’s Xcode application and to register it through their own enterprise developer account. That’s the hard way, not least because it requires anyone downloading GBA4iOS to deal with Xcode.The easy way is to have someone else build the app for you, without restrictions, thanks to the Enterprise Program and it’s rather unorthodox leniency. MacBuildServer, a company whose main function is helping developers ease the development process by cutting Xcode out of the equation, has such an account, and Testut used it.See also: Dear Nintendo: Give Me Super Mario On My iPhone AlreadySo to do this the easy way, a user submits Testut’s Github code to MacBuildServer, which automatically builds the app, signs off on it with the company’s own enterprise program account, and installs it directly to the user’s device.Asked by WonderHowTo’s Nelson Aguilar as to why the company would allow this, MacBuildServer co-founder Sergey Dmitriev explained, “Every user of MacBuildServer should have their own certificate and sign their apps with it.” Turns out, though, that anyone going through this process doesn’t actually need their own certificate. “We do sign the apps compiled with MacBuildServer with our own enterprise certificate just to show how easy the whole process works, this implies that you only use it to test the apps. We do not have any limits (at least we never reached one),” Dmitriev added. So if you download Testut’s GBA emulator, just tell yourself that you’re only “testing” the app. In other words, Testut is running what’s probably the biggest beta test in iOS history—and using it to “test” an app that would stand no chance of ever being approved by Apple under normal circumstances.Boss Fight!It’s hard to imagine that Apple is happy with this state of affairs, though it’s not immediately clear what, if anything, it plans to do about it.Apple might, for instance, close the loophole that lets Enterprise Program users sign certificates for other users. It could also impose a device limit on the program that would prevent the Nintendo-loving masses from installing the GBA4iOS app via MacBuildServer’s enterprise account.Neither step, of course, would prevent someone from obtaining their own enterprise developer account and compiling the app themselves using Testut’s GitHub code and the Xcode compiler. Alternatively, the eager Zelda fan could still have MacBuildServer compile the app by providing their own enterprise account details,per Dmitriev’s ethical suggestion.There are a lot of options here, although they are somewhat daunting for those not technically inclined. Jailbreaking a phone is quite possibly easier, though it also entails other risks.Of course, Apple could also lower the boom on MacBuildServer and Testut to nix the whole operation. That might seem like a disproportionate exercise of Cupertino’s muscle, especially given that neither Testut or MacBuildServer are making money from it. But copyright concerns have forced even more extreme reactions in similar cases.ReadWrite has reached out to the Mac overlords, and will update the story if we hear back. In the meantime, any iPhone user who’s been dying to take another go at Pokémon Fire Red but doesn’t want to jailbreak their device has a window to make that happen. Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Tags:#iOS#jailbreaking last_img read more

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WWE star Enzo Amore fired after rape allegation

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first_imgMOST READ ‘Everybody’s team’: Tigresses ready to operate without Laure, says Reyes RELATED STORIES:Exhibit of rape victims’ clothes shows clothing choice isn’t to blame for sexual assaultWWE legend asks internet if it’s OK to have sex with ‘daughter’ ADVERTISEMENT Enzo Amore. Image: WWEPHOENIX (AP) — WWE star Enzo Amore has been fired by the wrestling promotion after a woman alleged on Twitter that he raped her and police opened a sexual assault investigation.The company said in a statement that Amore, whose real name is Eric Arndt, was fired Tuesday after initially being suspended.ADVERTISEMENT Globe Business launches leading cloud-enabled and hardware-agnostic conferencing platform in PH Slow and steady hope for near-extinct Bangladesh tortoises NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 introduces GURUS AWARDS to recognize and reward industry influencers Police told Phoenix television station ABC-TV that Arndt is being investigated in an alleged assault at a downtown hotel in October. Police say the accusation was reported to authorities from a local hospital several days after the alleged assault but did not release other details.A lawyer representing Arndt says he denies the accusations and is cooperating with authorities.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutWWE said in its statement suspending Arndt that it has zero tolerance for matters involving sexual harassment or sexual assault.The woman who made the accusation shared a graphic account on Twitter, saying she was plied with drugs and left alone with the wrestler by his friends. NVG Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH 2 ‘newbie’ drug pushers fall in Lucena sting Read Next John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC LATEST STORIES Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City View commentslast_img read more

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