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Mulberry names Celine’s Johnny Coca as new creative director succeeding Emma Hill

first_img More From Our Partners Biden received funds from top Russia lobbyist before Nord Stream 2 giveawaynypost.comBrave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little Sistergoodnewsnetwork.orgFlorida woman allegedly crashes children’s birthday party, rapes teennypost.comNative American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.orgRussell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comAstounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.orgA ProPublica investigation has caused outrage in the U.S. this weekvaluewalk.comPolice Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Huntergoodnewsnetwork.org‘Neighbor from hell’ faces new charges after scaring off home buyersnypost.com Tags: NULL whatsapp Show Comments ▼ Thursday 27 November 2014 2:34 am Share whatsapp Lynsey Barber Mulberry names Celine’s Johnny Coca as new creative director succeeding Emma Hill Luxury brand Mulberry has ended its year-long search for a creative director by naming Celine designer Johnny Coca to the post.The retailer, which has faced a turbulent year, will face a further wait as Coca will join the Somerset-based firm in July next year. Mulberry chairman and chief executive Godfrey Davis credited Coca’s “wealth of international luxury and fashion experience that will help us bring new energy and innovation to Mulberry”.Johnny Coca (Source: Mulberry)Coca was widely tipped as the frontrunner to take on the role and is currently head of leather goods and accessories at French fashion house Celine.Former creative director Emma Hill, credited with turning the firm into a globally recognised brand, departed in June last year after six years with the brand.The firm, currently fronted by model of the moment Cara Delevingne, last month issued its third profit warning this year after losing ground under former chief executive Bruno Guillon. His disastrous attempt to shift it into the luxury market only served to alienate customers.It warned profits for the year to March 2015 would be “significantly below current expectations”. Davis said at the time, his first actions would be “focused upon reinforcing our product ranges”.Having finally lined up someone to take the lead on its creative direction, investors could now respond more positively to Davis’ turnaround plans after shares tanked to a four-year low last month. last_img read more

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Andy Slavitt wants health technology to benefit the disenfranchised. He’s raised $115 million to make it happen

first_img Casey Ross STAT+ is STAT’s premium subscription service for in-depth biotech, pharma, policy, and life science coverage and analysis. Our award-winning team covers news on Wall Street, policy developments in Washington, early science breakthroughs and clinical trial results, and health care disruption in Silicon Valley and beyond. [email protected] Tags financemedical technologySTAT+ Andy Slavitt says the world doesn’t need another fitness tracker. In his estimation, it does not need to produce another shiny device for someone who is likely to be wealthy and white and is as unlikely as the 20-something software engineer who designed it to suffer from a chronic illness.What it needs instead, says the guy who ran Medicare and Medicaid during the last two years of the Obama administration, is technology capable of traveling to places that technology typically doesn’t visit — the doorsteps of the disenfranchised people who lack the money to pay for it. By Casey Ross Sept. 26, 2018 Reprints Andy Slavitt wants health technology to benefit the disenfranchised. He’s raised $115 million to make it happen About the Author Reprints Andy Slavitt, former head of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Andrew Harnik/AP Log In | Learn More center_img What is it? GET STARTED Unlock this article by subscribing to STAT+ and enjoy your first 30 days free! GET STARTED Health National Technology Correspondent Casey covers the use of artificial intelligence in medicine and its underlying questions of safety, fairness, and privacy. He is the co-author of the newsletter STAT Health Tech. @caseymross Daily reporting and analysis The most comprehensive industry coverage from a powerhouse team of reporters Subscriber-only newsletters Daily newsletters to brief you on the most important industry news of the day STAT+ Conversations Weekly opportunities to engage with our reporters and leading industry experts in live video conversations Exclusive industry events Premium access to subscriber-only networking events around the country The best reporters in the industry The most trusted and well-connected newsroom in the health care industry And much more Exclusive interviews with industry leaders, profiles, and premium tools, like our CRISPR Trackr. What’s included?last_img read more

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Planning for Farm Succession and Farm Structure Options seminar in Tullamore next week

first_img WhatsApp TAGSFarm SuccessionICMSA Planning for Farm Succession and Farm Structure Options seminar in Tullamore next week Council Pinterest Facebook Facebook The Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers (ICMSA) will host a public seminar on PLANNING FOR FARM SUCCESSION and FARM STRUCTURE OPTIONS in the Tullamore Court Hotel, Tullamore, on Wednesday next, January 16 at 8pm on the questions around:WillsTransferring the farmFair Deal Scheme,Company formationFarm Partnership and other farm management arrangementsSpeakers:  Aisling Meehan, Specialist Agricultural SolicitorTom Curran, Specialist in Farm Management, TeagascChaired by Pat McCormack, President of ICMSAThis is your chance to hear experts guide you through your options and best choices. It’s open to the public and questions will be welcomed.Queries to ICMSA at 061-314677 or [email protected] or local development officer: John Gormley, 087-1618213SEE ALSO – Check out the ICMSA website here WhatsApp Laois secondary school announces scholarship winners for new academic year Previous articleMountrath Mart closure ‘a sad day for farming in Laois’Next articleWell-respected businessman and ‘gentleman’ Pat Flanagan remembered LaoisToday Reporter Community Twitter By LaoisToday Reporter – 10th January 2019 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Community Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’ Home Sponsored Planning for Farm Succession and Farm Structure Options seminar in Tullamore next… Sponsored New Arles road opens but disquiet over who was invited to official opening Pinterest Twitterlast_img read more

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Manning Promises to Supply Jamaica with LNG

first_imgFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Patrick Manning, has given a commitment to fulfill his country’s obligations under the liquefied natural gas (LNG) project, which was reached with the Jamaican government some two years ago.Mr. Manning, who was addressing a press conference on Tuesday (Feb. 6) at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Montego Bay, following a joint meeting of the CARICOM Prime Ministerial sub-committee on external negotiations and the Caribbean Single Market and Economy, said he would inform the government very soon, on how best the twin island republic would be able to supply Jamaica’s LNG needs.“The government of Trinidad and Tobago is determined to satisfy its contractual obligations to the government of Jamaica. An agreement was signed in good faith, and it is our determination, notwithstanding statements to the contrary coming from dubious sources,” he stated.He added that, “it is our determination to satisfy our obligations to the government of Jamaica, as indeed, the government of Trinidad and Tobago satisfies all obligations into which it has freely entered”.Prime Minister Manning explained that since the signing of the agreement, a number of things have changed with respect to sourcing the supply of LNG for Jamaica, but his government has been looking at all the possible alternatives with a view to fulfilling the agreement.“We engaged in discussions with the three gas supply companies that were relevant, and I am pleased to report to you that those arrangements have now been completed. We now know from those companies what they can supply in what timeframe,” Mr. Manning told journalists.In addition, he said, negotiations were being concluded with the government of Venezuela for the development of gas fields that straddle the border between the two countries. Discussions on the agreement were held in Port of Spain on Wednesday (Feb.7).“We anticipate a complete agreement on this matter within the next few days, by Friday of this week or shortly thereafter,” Mr. Manning said. “When that takes place, then the complete picture will now be available to us, and we will now be in a position to determine how best to supply the needs of Jamaica by way of LNG,” he added.He indicated that there were still other arrangements, which could be pursued if the necessity arose.Under the Jamaica/Trinidad and Tobago LNG project, the twin island republic agreed to supply Jamaica with some 160 million cubic feet of LNG per day, over a prescribed period, which would be utilized mainly by the alumina industry.Expectations are that the project will, in a very significant way, begin to address the trade imbalances between the two countries. RelatedManning Promises to Supply Jamaica with LNG Manning Promises to Supply Jamaica with LNG UncategorizedFebruary 8, 2007 RelatedManning Promises to Supply Jamaica with LNGcenter_img RelatedManning Promises to Supply Jamaica with LNG Advertisementslast_img read more

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JTI to Seek New Investments at Call Centre Expo

first_imgJTI to Seek New Investments at Call Centre Expo UncategorizedSeptember 14, 2008 RelatedJTI to Seek New Investments at Call Centre Expo RelatedJTI to Seek New Investments at Call Centre Expo FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Jamaica Trade and Invest (JTI), will be seeking to generate new investments and showcase the island as a leading contact centre destination, at this year’s Call Centre Expo in Birmingham on September 16 and 17.The Expo, which is in its 10th year, is the largest in Europe, and JTI’s United Kingdom (UK) Trade Commissioner, Laurence Jones, told JIS News, that the organisation had two primary objectives in participating.“We want to identify European companies that have an interest in investing in contact centres in Jamaica and to also facilitate new business from Europe for existing call centres in Jamaica, to increase trade and employment,” he said.A team from E-Services Group International, one of the island’s leading Offshore Call Centres, headed by its Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Patrick Casserly, will be with the JTI team at the expo.The JTI will be pushing the fact that the island has an English-speaking and trainable labour force and offers a distinct advantage in offshore outsourcing.Quoting the A.T. Kearney Global Services Location Index, 2007, the JTI said Jamaica is ranked as one of the top locations in the world as an offshore destination, and is the only English-speaking Caribbean destination on the list.The trade and investment promotion agency will also be distributing its new brochure, The Nearshore Advantage in Talent and Technology, which outlines why the island is the Caribbean’s leading contact centre destination.According to the JTI, the growth of the Jamaican Information and Communication Technology (ICT) industry has been facilitated by a deliberate Government ICT strategy initiated in 2001. The strategy seeks to develop capabilities in a wide range of services, in order to market and promote Jamaica as a premier location for offshore ICT and ICT enabled services. It involves all the major support sectors, such as education and training, real estate development, and telecommunications.center_img RelatedJTI to Seek New Investments at Call Centre Expo Advertisementslast_img read more

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2021 Federal budget: An NDIS cost blowout or just natural growth as planned?

first_img2021 Federal budget: An NDIS cost blowout or just natural growth as planned? NDS is calling for all political parties to ‘drop the politics’ after it was revealed the NDIS scheme’s recent blowout saga was consistent with forecasted scheme growth.It was highlighted today that a 2017 Productivity Commission Study Report into NDIS costs predicted the scheme was forecasted to reach a cost of $30.6 billion by 2024-25 – a figure of similar magnitude to the forecast for the same year in the Budget announced tonight.Last week, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced that the NDIS was seeing a ‘cost blowout’ of about $30 billion calling into question the sustainability of the scheme as a result.It comes as the government tonight announced in the federal budget that the scheme was forecast to fall within this price range in the next few years.Now NDS chief executive David Moody is calling on the government to consult with disability sector stakeholders on actual concerns with the viability of the scheme and for all political parties to ‘drop the politics’ and ‘media headline comparisons to Medicare’.“At the moment we are hearing scary talk about a scheme in danger, which is unsettling for people with disability, and inconsistent with the Productivity Commission’s outlook from 2017.“Our ask now is that the Government and Agency commit to constructive conversations with NDS, our members, and other disability sector stakeholders to help develop solutions to any concerns the NDIA or Minister has.”When the scheme began, the Commonwealth’s share of the cost was around 51 per cent. This year it is about 55 per cent, rising to a forecasted 59 per cent by 2024-25. The scene is set for heated intergovernmental discussions.‘What we need to avoid is for NDIS participants, and their service providers – our members – to be caught in any political crossfire over funding,’ Mr Moody says, ‘or for any new programs to be rolled out which are designed to ‘rein in costs’ or ‘drive efficiency’ but which haven’t taken into account the real-life experience of those who are directly impacted.‘NDS and our members can be a valuable resource for the government, if we are allowed to be.’This year’s federal budget did present a positive for the sector with the announcement that the NDIS will be fully-funded and an additional injection of $13.2 billion- something Mr Moody says is welcomed by the sector. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Australia, Commission, commonwealth, disability, disability sector, efficiency, Federal, federal budget, Government, Medicare, Minister, Morrison, National Disability Services, NDIS, participants, Prime Minister, Productivity Commission, Scott Morrison, sustainabilitylast_img read more

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Grade Four Literacy and Numeracy Tests Pushed Back to June 30 and July 1

first_imgGrade Four Literacy and Numeracy Tests Pushed Back to June 30 and July 1 EducationJanuary 17, 2015Written by: Alecia Smith-Edwards Photo: JIS PhotographerMinister of Education, Hon. Rev. Ronald Thwaites, fields questions during a meeting with senior journalists today (January 16), at the Alhambra Inn Hotel in St. Andrew. RelatedWork Begins February on New Running Track at G.C. Foster College This year’s sitting of the Grade Four Literacy and Numeracy Tests has been pushed back to June 30 and July 1 to make up for the time lost in September and October, due to the impact of the Chikungunga virus (CHIKV).The sitting of the tests was initially scheduled for June 4 and 5.Minister of Education, Hon. Rev. Ronald Thwaites, said hundreds of students and teachers across the island, were severely affected by CHIKV last term, and were unable to attend school.He was addressing a meeting with senior journalists at the Alhambra Inn Hotel in St. Andrew.The Grade Four Literacy and Numeracy Tests are administered to children to determine their literacy and numeracy levels at grade four in keeping with international requirements and standards.The Minister informed that 77.4 per cent of the age cohort achieved the acceptable standard of mastery in literacy in 2014.“I want to make it clear that these standards are not set just by the Ministry of Education….they are internationally benchmarked and they are the foundations, which will allow for reasonably satisfactory progress through the higher levels of the education system,” he said.Rev. Thwaites informed that last year’s mastery level represented a 30 per cent increase for the 10-year period from 2004 to 2014.“In 2004, it was 57 per cent of our children, who attained mastery…in 2014, it is 77.4 per cent. That is progress. Although the average increase has been three per cent per year, some schools have recorded improvement at faster rates,” he pointed out. The Education Minister noted that the country is now 7.6 per cent away from achieving the target of 85 per cent of students in the grade four age cohort achieving mastery of literacy skills by 2015.“The final measurement will be made at this year’s sitting of the Grade Four Literacy Test in summer,” he noted.In terms of the numeracy test, Rev. Thwaites informed that 58 per cent of students, who sat the test last year attained mastery, registering a marginal decline of 1.4 per cent over the previous year.“But, there has been a 20 per cent improvement for the past five years, moving from a low of 38 per cent in 2010,” he said. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Story HighlightsThis year’s sitting of the Grade Four Literacy and Numeracy Tests has been pushed back to June 30 and July 1 to make up for the time lost in September and October, due to the impact of the Chikungunga virus (CHIKV).The sitting of the tests was initially scheduled for June 4 and 5.Minister of Education, Hon. Rev. Ronald Thwaites, said hundreds of students and teachers across the island, were severely affected by CHIKV last term, and were unable to attend school. RelatedAspiring Principals Must Be Certified – Education Minister RelatedVOUCH Launches Saver Project To Assist Children With Learning Disabilities Grade Four Literacy and Numeracy Tests Pushed Back to June 30 and July 1JIS News | Presented by: PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQualityundefinedSpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreenPlay Advertisementslast_img read more

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Godzilla Vs Kong: Pugnacious human nature compels prehistoric animals to unnecessary battle

first_imgCinema is the greatest form of art—said Satyajit Ray and cinema had an indelible impression on society and on the individual especially the children.  Therefore the cinema makers, like other professions, must have some cannons of ethics.  Creativity does not confine in rules. But when it comes to human attribution creativity should be incubated and hatched under certain norms.The much-awaited movie Godzilla vs Kong hit the market with a bang and I could manage to see the movie first hand.  The hype and hoopla, the high rating all gone in vain when I watched the movie and in one word I can describe it as a moron.  The first thing that strikes me is the unnecessary battle between the two titans.  The more unpalatable course is that Godzilla is a prehistoric titan caused by radiation of nuclear reaction—a catastrophic blunder of human civilization.  On the other hand, King Kong is a natural bred titan and nothing to do with radiation.  In the previous movie, Godzilla appeared as the saviour of mankind when he fought against Mothra, Rodan, and his ultimate nemesis, the three-headed King Ghidorah. When these ancient super-species thought to be mere myths-rise again, they all vie for supremacy, leaving humanity’s very existence hanging in the balance.  Even we see Mothra sacrifice itself to save Godzilla.  It all proved these animals were not the enemy of humans, but human-made them engaged in a battle for their own interest.  In Godzilla vs Kong, the movie is not able to tell us a story.  Rather it emphasized the figure of the titans, larger and bigger than ever before, where Godzilla stands tall 356 feet and Kong 326 feet. The Skull Island was made a harbour for Kong and confinement.  The sudden appearance of Godzilla and the release of Kong are sheer unnecessary.  Moreover, too much usage of future technology does not match with Kong.  Godzilla being a gigantic figure also possesses intelligence as it realizes that Kong is not his enemy.  The ultimate message in the movie is that human is the greatest enemy of humanity.  The warmonger character of a human being is seen satiated by inciting two innocent monsters to fight.  As entertainment, Godzilla vs. Kong does not satisfy me as the basic story is not acceptable and for no good reason.  The making of the move proves one and only one thing that we are ugly.last_img read more

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The primary races worrying real estate

first_imgFrom left: Jabari Brisport, Julia Salazar, Ritchie Torres and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Getty)When rookie legislators drastically changed the rent law last year, it proved the importance of elections to the real estate industry — which faces another reckoning next week.In deep-blue New York, the June 23 Democratic primary will essentially decide many of the winners in November, when all 213 seats in the state legislature will be on the ballot. A slew of challengers are hostile to the industry’s interests, and a few are trying to oust incumbents who fit that description. Many of the key races feature candidates backed by the Democratic Socialists of America, which opposes profit-making in housing and emerged as a force in the 2018 elections that shook the industry to its core.The coronavirus has changed the dynamic of this year’s primary. Turnout will likely be muted and a high percentage of votes will be cast by mail, which could favor incumbents — an outcome generally welcomed by the real estate industry. But political insiders say the health crisis has made this year’s races especially unpredictable.ADVERTISEMENTHousing is not a dominant issue at the moment, as New York contends with the pandemic and protests against police brutality, but some key races could alter real estate’s playing field for years to come. Here are the ones that matter most to the industry. (Names of some minor candidates have been excluded.)Tremaine Wright | Jabari Brisport | Jason SalmonSenate District 25Longtime Democratic State Sen. Velmanette Montgomery is retiring, setting the stage for a heated primary in central Brooklyn. Assembly member Tremaine Wright, whose district overlaps with Montgomery’s, received her endorsement and the support of the county Democratic organization. Jason Salmon, a former Montgomery staffer, sought the endorsement of the Democratic Socialists of America, but the group instead backed Jabari Brisport, as did Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Bernie Sanders. A public school teacher and DSA member, Brisport has made housing justice a key part of his campaign and told The Real Deal he hoped to form a socialist slate in the Senate. Brisport outraised both his opponents nearly two-to-one.Marcela Mitaynes | Felix OrtizAssembly District 51Assembly member Felix Ortiz, who is assistant speaker of the Assembly, has held his Sunset Park seat for more than a quarter century. Marcela Mitaynes, a DSA-backed tenant organizer who pushed for last year’s rent law, is hoping to stage an upset. Mitaynes also received endorsements from Ocasio-Cortez and state Sen. Julia Salazar. She supports “good cause” eviction, fully funding public housing and raising taxes on the wealthy. Explaining his vote for a measure to provide some pandemic rental assistance, which was opposed by tenant advocates who wanted radical change, Ortiz said, “Don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good.”Phara Souffrant | Walter MosleyAssembly District 57Phara Souffrant, a Haitian-American nurse and organizer with the Crown Heights Tenant Union, is challenging Assembly member Walter Mosley, who said he prefers to engage developers, not shun them. Souffrant was arrested in an Albany protest leading up to the passage of the rent law and has said no one should have to pay rent. Mosley, who was elected to his Brooklyn seat in 2012, serves on the Assembly’s housing committee. Mosley objected when Speaker Carl Heastie steered the modest rent-relief bill around the committee to ensure its passage.Zohran Mamdani | Aravella SimotasAssembly District 36Astoria Assembly member Aravella Simotas, who voted in favor of last year’s rent law, nevertheless drew a primary challenger backed by the DSA. Zohran Mamdani has made housing justice a key part of his campaign in Queens. A foreclosure-prevention officer, he has said that he hopes to pass “good cause” eviction and other measures to “decommodify” housing. But unlike the other DSA candidates, Mamdani did not receive the endorsement of Ocasio-Cortez, whose district includes Astoria.Yuh-Line Niou | Grace LeeAssembly District 65Community activist and businesswoman Grace Lee is challenging Assembly member Yuh-Line Niou, a second-term progressive firebrand and staunch supporter of last year’s tenant-friendly reforms. Lee was spurred to run by her opposition to a Howard Hughes project, which she claims could harm children at a nearby private school that her daughter attends by stirring up mercury from the ground. Lee has said she would like to see more taxes on the ultra-wealthy, including a pied-à-terre tax, to compensate for budget losses in the coronavirus. Despite these positions, real estate interests prefer Lee in this Lower Manhattan race because she is seen as more open to development than Niou.Diana Richardson | Jesse HamiltonAssembly District 43A key supporter of last year’s tenant-friendly rent law, Assembly member Richardson is being challenged by a former member of the Senate’s Independent Democratic Caucus, Jesse Hamilton. Richardson surprised supporters when she recently said, “I hope the tenant movement hears this loud and clear: Cancel rent is a failed campaign.” Hamilton was ousted from the Senate two years ago by Zellnor Myrie, another progressive lawmaker and an ally of Richardson and tenant groups. Although Hamilton lost in 2018, he narrowly won the part of the Senate district that overlaps with the 43rd Assembly District.Julia Salazar | Andy MarteSenate District 18The real estate industry has ample reason to want democratic socialist Sen. Julia Salazar out of office. The legislator is seen by many as the tip of the spear for last year’s tenant-friendly legislation and a proponent of even further measures to socialize housing. But challenger Andy Marte, a former Vito Lopez staffer who criticized Salazar for trying to cancel rent and abolish the police, has an uphill battle. His fundraising has been weak and his campaign generated controversy by offering unauthorized coronavirus antibody tests to public housing residents, the Daily News reported.Twelve candidates15th Congressional DistrictWith Bronx Rep. José Serrano not seeking re-election, a dozen Democrats are lined up to succeed him. City Council member Ritchie Torres, a product and advocate of public housing, received strong support from the real estate industry and has welcomed it, unlike contender Samelys López, who has spurned real estate dollars and calls housing a human right. Since López was endorsed by Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders, her fundraising has far outpaced that of Torres. López pledged to work closely with Rep. Ilhan Omar, who proposed a bill to cancel rent during the pandemic. Other candidates in the jam-packed field include former City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, City Council member Ruben Díaz Sr., City Council member Ydanis Rodríguez and Assembly member Michael Blake.Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez | Michelle Caruso-CabreraCongressional District 14The real estate industry would surely love to see Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ousted, but she seems unconcerned with her main challenger, Michelle Caruso-Cabrera. A former CNBC anchor and Republican, Caruso-Cabrera has raised over $2 million from prominent finance and real estate firms, about a fifth of what Ocasio-Cortez has raked in. Caruso-Cabrera has criticized the incumbent for derailing Amazon’s proposed Long Island City campus and supporting tax hikes on the wealthy, the Financial Times reported.Correction: This article has been revised to reflect that Yuh-Line Niou is in her second term in the Assembly, not her first. This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Nowlast_img read more

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Last 48 hours to vote for MIZUNO WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER 2015!

first_imgRecommended for you ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsHandball fans across the Globe have 48 hours to vote for the MIZUNO WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER 2015! The fifth year of our Contest coming to the last stage with 120.000 votes in three weeks voting since nominations, by Handball Planet Jury consisted of 29 handball journalists from four continents, have been presented on November 11.Vote until Thursday, December 3, when the final results will be published!WORLD BEST LEFT WING 2015WORLD BEST LEFT BACK 2015WORLD BEST PLAYMAKER 2015WORLD BEST RIGHT BACK 2015WORLD BEST RIGHT WING 2015WORLD BEST LINE-PLAYER 2015WORLD BEST GOALKEEPER 2015WORLD BEST DEFENSIVE PLAYER 2015 Over 55.000 votes for MIZUNO FEMALE WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER 2015 NIKOLA KARABATIĆ – MIZUNO WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER 2015 Click to comment Related Items:Mizuno WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER 2015 ShareTweetShareShareEmail Last week of voting for MIZUNO FEMALE WORLD PLAYER AND COACH 2015! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more

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