France boss Didier Deschamps wants his team to step up their game when they square up against Holland in the Nations League on Sunday.The World Cup winners kicked off their campaign with a barren draw in Germany in midweek, when Deschamps felt his players were not sharp enough.Les Bleus will play their first home match since winning the World Cup this summer when Holland visit the Stade de France and Deschamps is looking for improvement.“We’re returning home, but we need to be more efficient,” he told uefa.com. “We ran out of steam towards the end against Germany and obviously the entire squad is not yet in top form. Not at this time of the season.Report: Euro 2020 qualifying Group H George Patchias – September 11, 2019 Euro 2020 qualifying Group H is being controlled by France and Turkey, but Iceland is still in with a shout.Reigning world champions France ran…“I haven’t decided yet whether to rotate players – anything is possible. Given that it’s our first match back at the Stade de France, in front of our fans, I’ll see how everyone recovers.”His Dutch counterpart Koeman reckoned France is one of the finest teams in recent times and is bracing up for the showdown ahead.“They are the world champions for a reason, without really playing great or beautiful football,” he told uefa.com.“When you want to improve, you have to play against nations of this level. The World Cup has proven that nothing is impossible – just look at [runners-up] Croatia – but we’re certainly the underdogs.”
Beppe Marotta confirmed Diego Godin offered himself to Inter Milan claiming “He is a figure we don’t want to let get away.”The former Juventus chief spoke to the press ahead of Inter’s Serie A match against Sassuolo this evening.“We have no doubts that Mauro Icardi will remain here, as we are happy with him and vice versa. The only remaining issue is when to put pen to paper on the contracts,” said Marotta and cited via Football Italia.Five players who might struggle at Inter Milan next season Taimoor Khan – August 5, 2019 Inter Milan are going to be a different prospect next season with Antonio Conte in charge and some players are going to find it…He was asked about Atletico Madrid defender Godin, who it’s widely reported will join Inter when his contract expires in June.“I have to underline that Inter have a very strong appeal, as many players are looking for us and agents knock on our door. This is flattering, as it means we represent a reference point in the world of football.“There are champions who present themselves, that we don’t want to let get away, and Godin is one of them. We are ready to welcome such profiles and I want to underline that Godin will be a free agent in June.”
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Jamaica, February 20, 2018 – Kingston – The Government has allocated $270.015 million for the Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP) III. This is outlined in the 2018/19 Estimates of Expenditure, now before the House of Representatives. The programme seeks to enhance security and justice in targeted communities through gender-responsive justice services.For the new fiscal year, the Victim Services Division is expected to identify and retrofit areas to accommodate victim services, provide emergency assistance grants to 50 beneficiaries, assist 110 children exposed to violence and trauma with counselling interventions, and facilitate special therapy sessions with 30 sexually abused children.The programme is also expected to train 65 court officials, police officers, and other first responders; and implement special intervention programmes to support the findings from the West Kingston Inquiry. Also, the Legal Aid Council is expected to train 250 police officers and justices of the peace on legal aid issues and continue consultations in CSJP communities via the mobile unit.The Justice Training Institute is expected to conduct qualifying and advanced training for justices of the peace; and provide training for justices of the peace in mediation, court petty sessions and new legislation and policies.There are also plans to conduct training workshops for restorative justice facilitators and volunteers, and facilitate 18 restorative justice cases per quarter. The programme is also expected to conduct training workshops in Child Diversion Practices.In terms of achievements, the Victim Services Division has provided emergency assistance support to 71 victims, provided trauma and grief therapy sessions to 226 children, provided therapy sessions on abuse to 97 teens, and conducted school-based intervention workshops with 94 beneficiaries. The Legal Aid Council has trained 282 police officers and justices of the peace on legal aid issues, and expanded service operations with the mobile unit.The Justice Training Institute provided qualifying basic training to 881 justices of the peace, and 35 justices of the peace trained and qualified to practise in the parish of St. Andrew.In addition, the programme continued operation in nine Restorative Justice Centres; provided training to volunteers and school administrators in community justice services; hosted 357 community sensitisation workshops; and facilitated 180 restorative justice cases, of which 148 were finalised.The project is funded by the Government of Jamaica; Global Affairs Canada; Inter-American Development Bank (IDB); and the Department for International Development (DFID).Release: JIS Related Items:
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Kushaiguda: The road in Kushaiguda was dug up for constructing a footpath, which would make it easy for the pedestrians to walk. However, the road has been left as it is, which is not only causing inconvenience to pedestrians to walk on the road but also for the shopkeepers.Why is it that the officials leave these works incomplete and cause troubles to the public? Speaking to The Hans India here on Friday, R Govind, owner of Sri Raghavendra Kirana Stores, said, “My shop has been here for the past 5 years. This road was dug up in 2017 for people to walk but it now has made the condition of the road worse. During rainfall this complete gap gets filled with water which is causing a lot of inconvenience to pedestrians and shoppers to come to the shop.”
Nike x ‘Stranger Things’ Is Back With an Upside Down-Inspire…Here’s a Closer Look at the Nike Kyrie 5 SpongeBob Pack All your dresses are belong to us.Dutch designers Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren (known as Viktor&Rolf) made the Internet fashionable with their latest couture dress collection.Highlighted in a Paris runway show on Wednesday, the Spring/Summer 2019 lineup is an explosion of color, tulle, and memes.With billowing skirts and ruffled sleeves, the frocks are spectacular works of art on their own. But add an oversized catchphrase, and you’ve got an avant-garde fashion statement—literally.It’s time to upgrade your graphic T-shirts (via Viktor&Rolf)“Each dress provides the backdrop for a bold text which is executed in layers of laser-cut tulle,” according to Viktor&Rolf, who used nearly five miles of netting for the “grand but airy” collection.“These texts are mainly one-liners: slogans with the kind of simplification typical of social media captions or souvenir T-shirts,” an official statement said. “The juxtaposition of these seemingly unrelated elements results in a typical Viktor&Rolf expression of surreal beauty.”The collection—fittingly called Fashion Statements—features popular expressions like “Sorry I’m late, I didn’t want to come” and “I am my own muse.”You are what you wear (via Viktor&Rolf)It is what Viktor&Rolf called “an investigation into the expressive power of clothing.”It’s true that you are what you wear; clothes are an explicit link between our internal and external selves. So if you show up to a dinner with the in-laws wearing a bright yellow ruffled dress that says “Go to hell” under a flaming skull, you’ll really have to turn up the charm.Alternatively, a triangular blue-and-white gown reading a simple and straightforward “NO” in bright red letters could be the perfect accessory for the Me Too movement.More on Geek.com:2019’s First WTF Fashion Trend is Giant Backpacks‘The American Meme’ Plumbs the Dark Side of Internet FameWatch: YouTube Rewind 2018 Recaps the Year in Trends, Memes Stay on target
The fourth season of Gotham has been a particularly good one. It’s possibly the strongest first half of a season this show has ever had. It had cool new villains, charged personal conflicts and most of all, it managed to inject new life and energy into the mobsters-carving-up-Gotham story. It’s clear that after three full seasons, they got very good at making this show. It’s pulpy, fan-servicey, dumb and melodramatic, and that’s just the way we like it. Last week’s episode was mostly set-up for this fall finale, with pieces moving into place for a big fight. With all that work out of the way, this season wasted no time in giving us betrayal and shootouts right up front.Sofia Falcone has been a great addition to the series. The way she’s able to play shock and innocence, then immediately switch to ruthless killer makes her a formidable adversary for James Gordon. It means you never quite know what her plans are, or how far ahead she’s thought them through. From the moment she showed up, it was clear she was manipulating Penguin. We also knew she was doing the same to Gordon, but we had no idea to what extent. The one thing this season told us over and over again was that she planned everything out in advance, thinking entire games ahead. Even when it seemed like Penguin had won and she had failed, it turned out she’d prepared for just that exact situation. It got a little contrived at times, but it always made just enough sense that we could accept it.Jessica Lucas, Crystal Reed, Erin Richards and Camren Bicondova (Cr: David Giesbrecht/FOX)This episode showed us just how long a game Sofia was playing. Crystal Reed plays it so well, we almost start to believe that she’s the victim in all this, despite an entire half-season telling us otherwise. Her presence this season added a cool new wrinkle to the ongoing mob war storyline of Gotham, and I’m excited to see it continue to play out. Her part of the episode begins with a major setback for Sofia. Penguin has told her father on her, and Carmine Falcone has come to collect his daughter. Things seem like they’re going to be OK. The problem of Sofia is dealt with, Penguin and Gordon’s deal still stands and the city can return to whatever counts as normal. Then Carmine is shot and killed in a drive-by. Sofia is hit as well and (seemingly) paralyzed. Carmine Falcone is a figure in the Batman comics, so it’s surprising that the show would kill him off. I thought canonical Batman villains had plot armor, but I guess not. That’s a big deal for this show.Following the murder, Gordon keeps Sofia safe in her office and everyone suspects Penguin of ordering the hit. Penguin has an interesting Cassandra complex going on because he’s the only one who suspects Sofia is up to something shady. But no one believes him because, well, he’s Penguin. It all escalates into a fantastic shootout between the cops and Penguin’s men. We’d never want to live in Gotham, but it sure is exciting when the streets break into all out war like this. I still came away from this episode wishing the Sirens had more to do, but they made the most of their scenes in this episode. Erin Richards is so good in every scene, from her reaction to Carmine Falcone showing up out of nowhere to her directing Tabitha’s behind-the-back gunfire. Barbara Keane and Victor Zsasz are two characters who deserve to be more than just someone else’s henchmen. Every scene they’re in is improved by their attitude and line delivery. I don’t know where I want Zsasz’s story to go, but I definitely want the Sirens to become their own independent criminal force when the season returns.Guest star Anthony Carrigan and Robin Lord Taylor (Cr: David Giesbrecht/FOX)The twist at the end was a nice surprise too. When Pyg escaped and seemingly changed his face, I thought Gotham was just putting a pin in the story to come back later. It’s not like this show has never disappointed us like that before. Tying him into Sofia’s plans was a cool way to bring the season’s different stories together before the long hiatus. This episode was full of well-done twists, come to think of it. Since there’s no evidence tying Penguin to Carmine’s murder (because he didn’t do it), Sofia tells Gordon that he murdered Martin. Penguin reveals that Martin is alive, only for Zsasz to pull a perfectly-timed allegiance turn. It turns out he was with the Falcone family the whole time, and swears to testify that Penguin murdered Martin, despite knowing that the kid is alive. Gotham continues to employ better pro wrestling-style storytelling better than most actual pro wrestling shows.Gordon then shows up at Sofia’s house only to find Pyg/Lazlo waiting for him. It turns out he’s not actually a serial killer. He’s a contract killer who hides by making his hits look like a serial killer is committing them. I have to hand it to this show, they seeded this twist really well last week with the revelation that he used to have a completely different m.o. That’s some nice foreshadowing right there. Sofia called in Pyg to kill a bunch of cops, weakening their trust in Penguin and allowing her to take over the city. The plan actually makes sense, and makes me like Sofia as a character even more. Where it falls apart is when she uses it to control Gordon. The way it shakes out is that everyone knows Gordon went to visit the Falcones. That led to Sofia coming to Gotham, which brought the Pyg, leading to the cops getting killed. Ergo, Gordon is responsible for those officers’ deaths. That’s a serious logical leap right there. Gotham has a problem in that it wants to make Gordon a compromised figure, but it can’t reconcile that with the character we all know he becomes. It can never have him do anything too terrible. Gordon isn’t the noir character they desperately want him to be. So they have to come up with increasingly convoluted ways for him to technically have some dirt on his hands, but not really. The closest they came to pulling it off was last season’s bounty hunter Gordon, and even that didn’t last more than a few episodes. We know he’s going to come out the other end smelling like a rose, so the stakes can’t be all that high. We just don’t believe this is the undoing the show wants us to think it is.Ben McKenzie (Cr: David Giesbrecht/FOX)The rest of the episode’s plots dutifully walked themselves to decent conclusions. Bruce Wayne continues to be a real dick to Alfred, who takes the abuse in stride and tries a little tough love to pull him out of the funk. It doesn’t work. After reflexively punching the kid in the face (not like he wasn’t asking for it), Bruce emancipates himself and fires Alfred. Despite the little screen time this plot received, it’s effective because David Mazouz and Sean Pertwee play their roles so well. They really are the perfect Young Bruce and Alfred. They know why those characters have stuck together all these years, and that’s why it’s legitimately affecting to see them broken up like this. We know it can’t last long, but that doesn’t make it any less painful to watch. Then there’s Nygma and Grundy, who is just kind of there. Lee’s story is the most interesting thing happening in The Narrows, and she’s not even in this episode. Instead, Nygma argues with himself in a mirror about whether he loves Lee or not. It’s lame, but at least sets up a return of The Riddler, which is always exciting. Grundy gets captured by Tabitha who beats the crap out of him to jog his memory. It doesn’t work until right at the end. After she’s left the room, of course. A Solomon Grundy who remembers who he used to be could be interesting. When the show gets to it.Of course, Gotham leaves us with the one thing that guarantees we’ll be on the edge of our seats waiting for the show to come back. Penguin’s in jail when he starts hearing someone talking to him. His new friend turns out to be Jerome, all Jokered up now. If this wasn’t already a strong season, a full-Joker Jerome definitely has me excited to see where it goes next. He might actually be my favorite Joker… OK, probably not but he’s definitely in the top three. After seeing that cut-open smile at the end of this fall finale, I desperately want to see what he does when Gotham returns. In “Spring.” Why do Fox TV schedules have to be so weird? NYCC 18: The Cast of Gotham On Bane, Batman and Saying GoodbyeDC TV Comes to NYCC, Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker Grin & More DC News Stay on target Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.
Stay on target As far as I’m concerned, 2016’s Doom is one of the very best games of the current generation. It is great because it honors the past without being a retread. I am not alone in this sentiment, as the title has received praise from both fans and critics alike. It’s little surprise Bethesda is releasing a follow up. Announced at this year’s E3, Doom Eternal is the sequel we all saw coming. That particular announcement came with a fancy trailer which did a nice job of wetting folks’ appetite even if it didn’t have any gameplay. Thankfully, we got a whole ton of in-game footage today via QuakeCon. Doom Eternal looks like it takes everything folks loved about the original and takes it to a whole new gory level.There’s a lot to unpack from today’s footage. We see that the Doomslayer (the game’s protagonist) has a brand-new and menacing looking suit. It comes with an arm blade used to impale and slice demons. He also has a wide array of new weapons to help send demons back to hell. Speaking of hell, it appears that the evil realm has crossed over into the human dimension. The trailer shows city streets overrun with all manner of demonic structures, and of course, hellspawn monsters. This should remind old-school fans of Doom II: Hell on Earth. In addition to new weapons, the Doomslayer also has new traversal mechanics like dashing and wall climbing.I don’t need to go into more detail as I want you all to see the footage for yourselves. Speaking personally, I’m stoked. I absolutely loved 2016’s Doom. It’s actually my new favorite FPS game after the original 1993 Doom. The game’s particular brand of power fantasy is something I’ve yet to experience from similar titles. This new footage just makes me hungry for me. Thankfully, Bethesda promises additional Doom Eternal news soon so it shouldn’t be long before we get more information.AdChoices广告One last thing before I wrap this up is the fact Doom Eternal is headed to Nintendo Switch. This presentation didn’t show any footage from that version nor do we know how it runs on Nintendo’s system. If it’s anything like the port of Doom 2016, it should be a serviceable, if downgraded, experience on Switch. We’ll keep you all posted on that as we get more updates.Expect Doom Eternal on PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One sometime in 2019.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. ‘Final Fantasy XIV’ and ‘Masters of Doom’ Are Yo…Bethesda Has ‘Doom Eternal’ and Some Other E3 2019 Games We Guess
A week after the unprecedented flood volunteerism emerged, a Kremlin-linked body proposed a bill that regulates charity drives. Critics suspect the move is aimed at keeping a tight leash on popular movements that could snowball into anti-government protest.In the wake of the massive opposition protests that erupted over the winter, officials are uneasy with signs of newly energetic independent initiatives. Recently passed laws put non-governmental organizations under intimidating scrutiny and impose ruinous fines on participants in unauthorized demonstrations.While the eagerness of Russians to rise to the flood cause was seen by many as a heartening advance for civil society, it also appeared to be tacit criticism of Russian authorities as untrustworthy and ineffectual.“The government is terrified of an awakening civil society,” Genady Gudkov, an opposition member of parliament, said Monday on Echo Moskvy radio. “Volunteers and mass volunteerism have only just appeared, and there is a genuine fear that this volunteer movement will morph into something else.”The bill, to be taken up by Parliament when the lower house reconvenes in September, does not block volunteer efforts. It concerns itself only with the legal and financial liability incurred by volunteers and the organizations they work with. 5 ways to recognize low testosterone “There is a lot that needs elaborating,” said Grigory Kuksin, leader of the volunteer programs of Russia’s Greenpeace, during the public discussion. “But it doesn’t demand a new law that will narrow the definition of volunteerism.”___Alexander Roslyakov in Moscow contributed to this story.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Developers of the legislation say its intent is not to stifle volunteerism, but, in fact, to add clarity to the process.Darya Miloslavskaya, a member of the Public Chamber and author of the bill, said that it was designed only to establish a more formal relationship between volunteers and the organizations they worked with.“We have nothing to do with politics. There was no intention of saying that the government is bad and volunteers are good, or vice versa,” Miloslavskaya, who had been drafting the legislation since April, told Echo Moskvy.The Public Chamber is a state oversight body that monitors parliament and drafts legislation. It consists of members appointed by the Kremlin and representatives of public associations.The bill would require volunteers and the organizers they work with to sign a contract if participants hoped to receive compensation for any expenses incurred.Particularly in a country where many look suspiciously on government officials and corruption-riddled state institutions, Russian activists worry that the new law will only deter ordinary people from getting involved at all.“If the first thing that a volunteer does is get in a car and go to look for some children who are lost in the forest, now according to this bill you’ll have (the volunteer) talking to some bureaucrats and filling out papers,” said Maria Baronova, an opposition activist who was one of the main organizers of the Krymsk relief effort. “People will stop getting involved, because in general people don’t want to be connected with either government officials or with bureaucracy,” she said.The Krymsk relief effort attracted scores of contributors to the collection site in Moscow, where Russians from all walks of life hauled boxes of food and clothes on buses bound for Krymsk.“It’s better to participate in something independent rather than something that belongs to any kind of party, so that no one can make PR out of such a tragedy,” said 28-year-old Anastasia Kayumova, a choir teacher who came to the volunteer site in the morning and ended up staying until dark to help.“Already on that evening (after the flood), I was telling myself that civil society does exist here,” said Maria Baronova. “People have to understand that you have to do two things in life: go to work, and defend the place you live, that if you don’t do that with your own hands then nothing will change.”In a public discussion Wednesday that brought officials and authors of the bill together with activists, charity organizers insisted that, while some kind of regulation of nascent volunteer movements was necessary in Russia, the law would go too far in giving the government oversight. 5 treatments for adult scoliosis Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates 3 international destinations to visit in 2019 Sponsored Stories Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Comments Share Associated PressMOSCOW (AP) – A stooped woman in her 70s dropped off a kettle and about $600 in cash in Moscow, while a thick-necked businessman unloaded an SUV packed with brand new strollers and jumbo packages of diapers.It was part of a spontaneous wave of charity for flood victims in the town of Krymsk, jumpstarted by social networking sites and through a handful of independent radio and TV stations. It was also part of a growing penchant for independent action that unsettles the powerful. New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Top Stories But activists are concerned that it will add a laborious layer of paperwork that could bog down quick and effective response to disasters like the one in Krymsk. They complain that the vagueness of the legislation creates an ominous atmosphere of government supervision that could have a chilling effect on Russia’s budding volunteer spirit, at the same time as President Vladimir Putin intensifies his squeeze on the opposition.At least 171 people died in Krymsk and nearby parts of southern Russia when flash floods triggered by extraordinarily heavy rains inundated the area on July 6-7.Thousands of volunteers traveled to the area some 1,200 kilometers (750 miles) south of Moscow to help dig houses out from mud and aid the estimated 5,000 left homeless. Across the country, activists set up donation points for contributions of food, clothes and money.The response was unusual in a country where the volunteer spirit is far less developed than in the West. In communist times participation at mass rallies and involvement in social groups was mandatory. After the fall of the Soviet Union, many Russians turned inwards, focusing on family and their jobs instead of on the public sphere.
Source = Hong Kong Airlines About Hong Kong Airlines Established in 2006, Hong Kong Airlines is a full-service airline firmly rooted in Hong Kong with a wide destination network covering over 30 major cities across the AsiaPacific region, including Gold Coast, Beijing, Shanghai, Taipei, Tokyo, Sapporo, Bangkok, Bali and Okinawa. The current operating fleet is made up of 31 Airbus aircraft with an average age of around 3.8 years, consisting of 26 passenger aircraft and five freighters, being one of the youngest fleet in the world. Hong Kong Airlines has been awarded the internationally acclaimed 4-star rating from Skytrax since 2011. Adhering to the concept of “Fresh and Very Hong Kong”, Hong Kong Airlines is committed to “Bringing Greater Journeys Sky High”, and is dedicated to providing a pleasant and enjoyable journey to all passengers. Japan National Tourism Organisationdiscover more of Japan here Hong Kong Airlines launches new flight service to Yonago, Tottori PrefectureHong Kong Airlines launches new flight service to Yonago, Tottori PrefectureCommencing on 14 September 2016, Hong Kong Airlines, an internationally-acclaimed full-service airline, will be the first and the only carrier providing direct twice-weekly flight service between Hong Kong and Yonago, Tottori Prefecture, Japan. The new service will be operated by an all-economy class Airbus A320 aircraft, further strengthening the airline’s network in Japan.Tottori Prefecture is situated in the northeastern part of the Chugoku region in Western Honshu. Tottori Prefecture has four distinct seasons. A coastal prefecture surrounded by several high mountains, with close to 90% of land being mountainous, Tottori Prefecture boasts a wide range of local produce. Japanese watermelons, 20th Century pears, oysters and Matsuba crabs are some of the region’s specialties.Tottori Prefecture is blessed with bountiful natural landscapes, including Japan’s largest sand dunes, Tottori Sand Dunes. Tottori Sand Dunes spans 16 kilometers in length along the coast and 2 kilometers in width. Wind and coastal tides weave together unique ripples and sand screens that evolve by the minute. There are limitless ways to explore Tottori Sand Dune, from the adrenaline-pumping paragliding and sandboarding, to taking leisurely stroll on a horse-cart or a camel, to riding a cable car for a panoramic view of the coastline. In addition, Tottori Prefecture is home to a great variety of onsens, including the famous ‘Salt Spring’ Kaike Onsen. The hot spring-water from the sea floor of Miho Bay is said to improve digestion and relieve muscle pain.Tottori Prefecture has a unique infusion of arts and culture. The Prefecture is Japan’s “Manga Kingdom”, as the hometown of manga artists behind the celebrated GeGeGe no Kitaro and Great Detective Conan. A ride on the Kitaro train or a walk along the yokai statue-lined Mizuki Shigeru Road will transport any visitor into the fantasy manga world. As the original site of Mingei (folk craft) movement, Tottori Prefecture is well known for its traditional pottery and utensils inspired by the beauty of everyday life.Mr. Li Dianchun, Chief Commercial Officer of Hong Kong Airlines, said, “We are delighted to be launching our second route in the Chugoku region after our success with the Okayama route in March this year. Our Yonago route will open up more options toour passengers in West Honshu. We have great confidence in this route and we hope to bring travellers from around the world to this scenic and cultural Prefecture.”Hong Kong Airlines currently flies to over 30 destinations in the Asia-Pacific region. With the additional twice-weekly service to Yonago, complemented by two daily flights to Okinawa and Tokyo, daily flight to Osaka, five-time weekly service to Sapporo and Kagoshima and twice-weekly flights to Okayama, Miyazaki, Hong Kong Airlines will operates a total of 51 weekly flights between Hong Kong and Japan, further strengthening its route network. Hong Kong Airlinesbook your flights here
For additional information about Ithaca and its many unique offerings, click here. Have you made memories in this New York destination? We’d love to hear your suggestions and stories in the comments below.Or, if you’d like to read about another family-friendly travel destination that might have slipped under your radar, click here. Posted in Travel News Google Reviews/Sciencenter Children will have an absolute blast strolling through the Sciencenter, a hands-on museum that prides itself on offering educational exhibits and plenty of sensory experiences for kids of all ages. Tickets are just $8 per person and the museum features two floors that are jam-packed with excitement. Not in the mood for an indoor outing? The Cornell Botanic Gardens are a breathtaking choice for those seeking natural beauty and a chance to stroll through a historic section of Ithaca – in fact, the gardens first opened their doors all the way back in 1875. Facebook/Ithaca & Tompkins County Tourism TripAdvisor/Eileen W. Other family-friendly offerings throughout town include the science-centric Museum of the Earth, the bustling Ithaca Farmers Market, beautiful Buttermilk Falls, and all sorts of standard shops and restaurants. Whether you’re eight years old or eighty, there’s so much to discover during a trip to Ithaca. It’s easy to see why this underrated destination has garnered attention from travel publications in recent years, and you’ll certainly want to experience the town’s many delights for yourself. June 18, 2019 by Sophie Boudreau This Small Town Was Just Named One Of America’s Top Family-Friendly Destinations Summertime is in full swing, and that means you’re likely hunting for your next family vacation destination. While many Americans flock to Florida beaches or world-famous metropolises, there’s something decidedly charming about heading to an underrated locale with the whole family in tow. Forbes recently released its list of top family-friendly vacation options in the United States, and one New York town snagged an unexpected spot near the top of the list. TripAdvisor/Larry W. Ithaca, New York is located in the Finger Lakes region of the Empire State and houses a full-time population of just over 30,000 residents. Its mid-sized charm makes it the perfect place to enjoy a summer vacation that will provide plenty of fun for the entire family without breaking the bank or sending travelers into endless crowds of fellow tourists. From natural attractions like Ithaca Falls to art museums and cultural gems, there’s truly something here to delight visitors of all ages.
Although they are never popular whilst they are taking place, few roadworks have been as controversial as the ones in Aglandjia in Nicosia.The massive extension works on Aglandjia and Larnaca avenues have angered business owners, the public and environmentalists.The most recent protest was just last week over the dozens of trees being cut down in Akadimias park.Although the project began in January 2016, protests began even a year before when the plan for Aglandjia and Larnaca avenues materialised. Since then the works have been further marred by several delays.The scheme entails changing the current set up from two lanes – one in each direction – to a four-lane road. Two of those lanes will be used for buses. The idea is to cater for the approximately 20,000 vehicles that use the two avenues on a typical day, according to the public works department.The current two-lane road is being made into four lanes“The level of traffic volumes on main junctions increases to 1400-1800 vehicles per hour, a number which shows the extremely high degree of saturation,” a statement from the department said.Additionally, four roundabouts will be created in a bid to reduce speed and a central islet to prevent illegal U-turns.Aglandjia mayor Charalambos Petrides, who took over months after the project had begun, told the Sunday Mail that the works would vastly improve the image of the area and upgrade infrastructure such as underground cables, sewerage systems and flood prevention.“Overall, it’s good. On a local level, however, it’s created a lot of problems and delays have made it worse,” he said.Petrides was referring to shop owners who have seen their sales plummet by over 50 per cent, as road works make businesses very hard to access due to difficulty parking and walking through the rubble.“Shop owners are fighting to survive. Many have closed.”Additionally, part of the road expansion required taking up much of the space outside shops and homes in many cases. According to the town planning department, the cost of expropriation has been approximated at €4m while the project itself costs €11.9m plus VAT.The final deadline for the roadworks is set to be July 2018.In the long run, Petrides believes the overall aesthetic improvement will bring in more investment to the area. It houses the University of Cyprus, the Higher Hotel Institute and the Cyprus Institute of Management and so may attract bigger shops and student accommodation.Part of the project surrounding the area near the University of Cyprus has involved cutting down trees from Akadimia park which led to last week’s demonstrations by high school students.According to Petrides, a compromise has been reached with authorities and instead of the roadworks taking up to 12 metres of the forest area, the space has been reduced to around four metres.“Some 90 to 100 trees have been cut – or at least that was the plan – and another 12 are left.”The state has said up to 350 trees will be replanted as part of the project. However the mayor said he doubted so many trees – in this case cypress and pine trees – will be replanted.Savvas Theodoulou, a spokesman for the Struggle for Aglandjia Committee which was set up as a voice against the roadworks, told the Sunday Mail that the image the state is trying to project is a farce.“We wanted a road that would be centred on the needs of people, not of cars,” he said.“This is bringing the highway into the city.”Pedestrians have to negotiate this to reach some of the shopsThe departments of public works and town planning insist the project will increases road safety, not only for drivers but for pedestrians as there will be 41 pedestrian crossings, street lighting, cycling lanes and access for the disabled.On Larnaca Avenue at present, however, access is difficult even for people without disability, and shopkeepers are fuming as the roadworks outside their business which should have been completed by April are still ongoing.The latest deadline is the end of this month or beginning of November even though bumpy self-made pedestrian paths are still the only access to many shops.“Look outside. How is a grandmother going to walk through this? And if someone was coming with a car, where would they stop? They’ll go elsewhere,” Lilly Tsokovska said, looking through her bookkeeping notes.Lilly Tsokovska looks through her accountsShe is running Paloma, a store selling hygiene products and has seen her work slashed from around €600 to €12 or €20 per day.The situation gets no better further down. Nicos Pitsiakkos, who runs a butcher shop, said in the past six months, he has seen his sales tumble.“We make a third of what we used to,” he said.Pitsiakkos is not only irritated that the road works outside his business should have ended months ago and have thus adversely affected his income, he doesn’t believe the road expansion will actually help.His main issue is that there won’t be anywhere for cars to park. Although the plan provides for over 280 parking spots according to the public works department, business owners say the spots will be too narrow and the mayor agrees.“The space should’ve been two and a half metres long but they shortened it and it’s about 1.80m. It’s not impossible but it’s a bit tight,” Petrides said.Kyriacos Georgiou, who helps his family run a convenience store on Larnaca Avenue, said the works outside his store have been going on for the past 10 months.They have managed to stay up and running solely because it’s family run, he said, and everyone can put in the extra hours, but it hasn’t been easy. Already, two employees have been fired and the workload has dropped by 70 per cent, he added.Kyriacos Georgiou working at the convenience storeTheir main clients now are pedestrians but the difficult parking has meant “most of the customers already left. Only a miracle will bring them back.”“We sacrifice to survive.”Georgiou has also not been persuaded that the changes to the roads will be an improvement.“The final result won’t be good at all. It’s parking for bicycles they have, not cars.”He also feels that it was safer for people to cross when it was a two-lane street as opposed to the planned four lanes.The ongoing roadworks are themselves a safety risk, residents say.Friends of a young man who died a few weeks ago after crashing his motorbike into one of the cement blocks used in the construction of a roundabout say the constantly changing road directions across the avenue near the university may even have been a contributing factor to the accident.“Considering the road was dark and regularly changing, I don’t think proper safety precautions were taken, like proper warning signs, or some temporary lighting or speed bumps, adequate reflectors or something. 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