CrossPlatform Magazine Advertising Up 6 Percent

first_imgMagazines saw combined ad units for print and tablet products grow 6 percent in 2013, according to a joint study by Kantar Media and the MPA—The Association for Magazine Media.Measuring 69 publications that have both print and tablet products, the report found tablet unit sales up 16 percent year-over-year. Print ad pages were flat though, rising just 0.1 percent for the selected titles in 2013.”These numbers prove, once again, that this business is about powerful, relevant and enduring brands,” says Mary Berner, president and CEO of the MPA, in a statement. “Despite erroneous, lemming-like coverage of declines, magazine media, has not, in fact, ever had an audience problem, and it is gratifying to see that advertisers are increasingly realizing that.”The full-year report follows a first-half study by the MPA released in July. That study, which only tracked iPads, found that tablet ad unit sales were up 24.5 percent through the first six months of 2013. iPad ad units accounted for more than a third of total print and tablet ads for the 58 titles measured in the report.last_img read more

LinkedIn reactions lets you express curiosity love and other emotions

first_img Share your voice Internet Services Tech Industry Post a comment Getty Images LinkedIn users worldwide will soon be able to do more than just “like” a post on the business-oriented social network. On Thursday, the company said that it’s rolling out five “reactions” to let you express a wider range of emotions. Those include like, celebrate, love, insightful and curious. Users tap and hold on the like button displayed in a post to see the other options, which are represented by emojis such as a light bulb, a heart, and two hands clapping. screen-shot-2019-04-11-at-10-42-19-amLinkedIn users hold down the “like” button to see more reactions. LinkedIn LinkedIn hopes the move will spur the company’s more than 610 million users to engage more with posts on the site. The reactions function also gives the social network more data on how users feel about certain topics. Other social networks, such as Facebook, rolled out reactions years ago, but LinkedIn says its new feature caters to its professional audience. “As a poster, these new reactions can help you better understand the impact your posts are having,” Cissy Chen, a product manager at LinkedIn, wrote in a blog post. You might, for instance, use the celebrate reaction to congratulate someone when he or she lands a new job or if a new employee joins your team. The insightful button, which is a light bulb, could be a good choice if someone offers a new idea or shares advice.Reactions, which roll out Thursday, will be available to all members globally on the LinkedIn app and website in the coming months.  Tags LinkedIn 0last_img read more

Alaska News Nightly Thursday May 25 2017

first_imgStories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprnListen nowSoutheast Alaska spring troll fishery shut down for lack of king salmonJoe Viechnicki, KFSK – PetersburgThe spring season for commercial salmon trolling in Southeast Alaska is shutting down Monday, May 29 except for a few areas near hatchery salmon release sites. The spring season began in May and was to run through the end of June. However, poor returns of king salmon are prompting the closure.Young joins Afghanistan war skeptics in Congress Liz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media – Washington D.C.Congressman Don Young wants to know why Americans are still fighting in Afghanistan. He has co-sponsored a bill that would end funding for the war in a year, unless the President and Congress affirm the need for it.Hatchet-wielding man shot by Anchorage police Thursday morningCasey Grove, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageAnchorage police say an officer shot and critically wounded a hatchet-wielding man early Thursday morning during an investigation of car break-ins on the city’s south side.NTSB investigating helicopter crash on Herbert GlacierJacob Resneck, KTOO – JuneauThe National Transportation Safety Board is investigating how and why a Juneau-bound helicopter ferrying tourists crashed during a glacier excursion.What goes into Juneau’s legislative budget numbers?Andrew Kitchenman, KTOO – JuneauMany things divide the Senate and the House about the future of the state’s budget. One thing that can unite them is the numbers they use to determine how big of a hole in the budget they have to fill.220 Anchorage teachers receive layoff noticesJosh Edge, Alaska Public Media – Anchorage220 teachers in the Anchorage School District on Wednesday received layoff notices. The pink slips were issued as legislators contend with a $2.5 billion budget deficit, leaving education funding levels for the coming year uncertain.Police say boats at PAF yard in Dillingham broken into again this winterNick Ciolino, KDLG – DillinghamDillingham Police are investigating reports of boats broken into at the PAF yard. Police were notified of some of the break-ins last January, but other skippers returning to town to fish are finding problems, too.Many GCI customers will see internet bills go upCasey Grove, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageMany customers of Alaska telecommunications company GCI will see the cost of their internet service increase next month.Delta-area dairy owners decide to stay in business, but worker shortage persistsTim Ellis, KUAC – FairbanksThe Northern Lights Dairy in Delta Junction will stay open – at least, for now. The owners say they’ve reconsidered a decision earlier this month to close. The dairy’s future hinges on finding people to work hard for low pay, a nationwide agricultural problem, experts say is even more challenging in Alaska.Low pressure front near Denali Park brings snowDan Bross, KUAC – FairbanksThe Denali Park area is seeing a return to winter. A front associated with an area of low pressure over northwest Alaska is pushing across the Interior and dropping snow at higher elevations.last_img read more

WWE news Roman Reigns bags huge Netflix acting role

first_imgReigns was off WWE television ever since he announced his health condition, back on October 22. He even gave up his Universal Championship and informed that he’d be stepping away from the action to undergo treatment for leukaemia – a disease he has been dealing with for over 11 years. He was in Hawaii earlier this year, and in a recent post put out by The Rock, it was revealed that he is featuring in Fast & Furious spin-off, Hobbs & Shaw. Thumbs up to Charlotte versus Ronda Rousey versus Becky LynchReigns has always been a vocal supporter of women WWE wrestlers and in a recent interview with Sky Sports, he expressed his happiness that three women will be headlining WWE’s biggest night of the year for the first time in history: Roman Reigns (L) with his daughter Joelle Anoa’i (R) at an event in Santa Monica on July, 2018Emma McIntyre/Getty Images”What better way to showcase what we’ve been doing for years with our women? I stand firmly behind these strong women and I’m so proud of them and the strength and the determination they’ve shown. They’re role models for our own children. My daughter is 11 years old and these women are showing her the way and showing her that women can do anything men can do, even better sometimes,” he said.”They’re all great examples and if women can handle giving birth and all of the crazy things that come along with nurturing life then why can’t they main-event a sports entertainment show? They can do everything that is super-hard in life and I know they can knock that out of the park too,” he further added. Ever since his return to the ring, Roman Reigns has been hogging all the headlines for all the right reasons. From his entry into WrestleMania to the reunion of the Shield, the former WWE champion is creating all the right noises.  File photo of Roman Reigns.Lukas Schulze/Bongarts/Getty ImagesNow, after the announcement which was made earlier this year of him making the Hollywood acting debut alongside the Rock in Hobbs & Shaw, which is a spin-off of Fast and Furious, Reigns has now been snapped up in another high profile role – this time it is a Netflix feature. Actress Candace Smith, who is quite a prominent face and who has appeared in shows like Heroes as well as Entourage & Joey, recently took to Instagram to break the news that she along with Roman Reigns will be the stars of a Netflix-exclusive comedy show – The Wrong Missy.Hobbs & Shaw is slated to be released later this year, and now the WWE superstar has three high-profile releases lines up in 2019. last_img read more

IndiGos regional flights may take off by November Report

first_imgIndiGo AirlinesReuters filePassengers can look forward to cheaper air travel from November this year in the southern parts of the country, thanks to plans by low-cost carrier IndiGo. The services could commence as early as November this year and are likely expand to other regions when the carrier also joins its rivals to fly under the regional connectivity scheme (RCS, also known as UDAN, which stands for Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik).”By November, the operations should start, I think we will be flying in south India first,” the Mint quoted an IndiGo executive as saying. The company had placed an order for 50 ATR 72-600 aircraft for the purpose, as confirmed while announcing the Q4 and FY2017 results in May.Also read: SpiceJet maintains gains; ‘UDAN’ launched by PM ModiThe company’s current fleet comprises 170 A320 aircraft that are deployed to operate about 930 flights daily; the ATR 72-600 aircraft would enable the carrier to take advantage of the lucrative RCS scheme when bids are likely to open for the second round of route allotment shortly, the daily said.The southern parts of the country offer a “natural fit” for IndiGo’s planned regional flight services since most of the existing players in the space such as Air Costa, Air Carnival and Air Pegasus are facing problems for more than a year now, the Mint reported. For 2016-17, Interglobe Aviation, which owns IndiGo, reported 16.5 percent fall in net profit to Rs 1,659 crore while revenues rose 15.1 percent to Rs 18,580 crore. The company declared a dividend of Rs 34 per share for 2016-17.The UDAN scheme envisages short-duration flight services at affordable costs. The airfare for a one-hour journey of 500 km has been capped at Rs 2,500. Five carriers will be operating along 128 routes across India under the scheme. SpiceJet, Air Deccan, Turbo Megha and two other operators will be flying the low-fare services. The scheme was formally launched in April this year.last_img read more

DiverseCity Venezuelans Call Houston Suburb Katyzuela

first_img To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Listen X We meet Houstonian Mariana Torrealba-Prado, who is originally from Venezuela. She says there are so many Venezuelans in the Katy area they call it “Katy-zuela.” She talks about the differences between culture in Houston and her native country and talks about what she loves — and doesn’t love — about life here.This segment is part of DiverseCity, a year-long initiative looking at what Houston’s diversity really means for the city. We’ll be examining how it connects or divides us and how it shapes the nation’s fourth-largest city. Wikipedia Commonscenter_img 00:00 /01:45 Share last_img read more

State moves to help tea workers get dues

first_imgJalpaiguri: The labour department on Friday initiated the process of clearing the dues of workers employed in some tea estates of Jalpaiguri and Alipurduar, a month after the Supreme Court passed a directive instructing state governments to clear a portion of such arrears. On Friday, Pashupati Ghosh, the additional labour commissioner of the state and some other officials of his department, held a meeting with tea trade unions here and elaborated on the plan that has been made by the state to pay the dues, mostly wages. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsSources said there are 28 tea estates – closed, sick and open – where the workers are yet to get the dues.On April 4 this year, a bench of Justices S.A. Bobde and L. Nageswara Rao of the Supreme Court had asked the governments of Bengal, Assam, Kerala and Tamil Nadu to pay the amount within 60 days.The dues have remained unpaid for as many as 15 years, said sources. Under the order, the total due in Bengal is around Rs 30 crore, of which the state will have to pay Rs 15 crore, said Ghosh.”We have handed over a format to the trade union leaders. They will visit the concerned workers and their families and help them in filling up the form. The forms would be submitted at the offices of our departments,” the official said.last_img read more

What you should do after the September 2018 Facebook Hack

first_imgWhat you should do after the September 2018 Facebook Hack by Martin Brinkmann on September 29, 2018 in Companies, Facebook – 34 commentsFacebook revealed on September 28, 2018 that attackers managed to exploit a vulnerability on the site that allowed them to take over accounts of Facebook users.The issue, which affected about 50 million Facebook accounts and potentially 50 million more, used a vulnerability in Facebook’s “View As” feature that allows Facebook users to view their profile pages as another user.Facebook users need to select the “three dots” menu on their profile page and select the “View As” option displayed as an option when they do.The company turned the feature for now. A notification is displayed to you that the feature has been disabled for the time being.”Preview My Profile” DisabledThe “Preview My Profile” feature is temporarily disabled. Please try again later.The attackers managed to obtain access tokens which allow anyone to access an account even without supplying a password.Facebook’s analysis is ongoing at this point in time. The company reacted fast and reset access tokens for affected accounts (nearly 50 million’), and reset access tokens for another 40 million accounts that interacted with View As in the past year.Investigators have not determined yet whether accounts were misused or if information was accessed. The company plans to update the official security update post on its website once it has more information.What you may want to doThe attackers managed to gain access to access tokens only. That is why Facebook does not recommend to users to change account passwords as the attackers never got hold of account passwords.The resetting of the access token blocks access to the Facebook account for anyone who is trying to access it using the old access token.Facebook displays a login prompt for affected users and a new sign-in to the account generates a new access token that is used from that point on forward.Facebook users affected by the issue receive a notification about the incident on the next sign-in.Still, there are some things that you may want to do:1. Check the last loginsGo to https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=security&section=sessions&view and check the devices and locations listed under “where you’re logged in”.Make sure that you only see devices and locations there that match your activity. Do the following if you suspect that a logged in session may be by a third-party:Click on the three dots on the right of that particular session.Select Log Out from the menu.If you want to start clean, select “log out of all sessions” instead to block any device listed there but the active one from using the access token to access Facebook.2. PrecautionsFacebook supports options to better secure an account.Get Alerts about unrecognized logins — Facebook notifies you when it notices logins from devices or browsers that you have not used in the past. Make sure that this is on.Authorized Logins — Check the list of devices where you won’t have to use a login code. Remove any device or browser on the list that you don’t use anymore or don’t have access to.Two-factor authentication — Adds an extra layer of protection to the account. It was discovered recently, however, that Facebook will use the phone number for advertising purposes (advertisers upload lists of phone numbers, and if your phone number is on that list, you will be served ads from that advertiser).You may also want to be extra careful when it comes to emails or phone calls if you have been affected by the issue. If attackers gained access to the account, they had access to emails, your name, and other personal information that they might use in target phishing or social engineering attacks.SummaryArticle NameWhat you should do after the September 2018 Facebook HackDescriptionFacebook revealed on September 28, 2018 that attackers managed to exploit a vulnerability on the site that allowed them to take over accounts of Facebook users.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

BuzzFeed Report Googles sexual misconduct policy does not apply retroactively to claims

first_imgOn 8th November, Google updated its sexual misconduct policy in response to the #GoogleWalkout that protested the discrimination, racism, and sexual harassment that employees encountered at Google’s workplace. Following this, Sundar Pichai announced a ‘comprehensive’ plan to incorporate transparency into how employees raise concerns and how Google will handle them. One of the main points publicized to a great extent was that Google eliminated forced arbitration in cases of sexual harassment. Now, fresh reports have emerged that Richard Hoyer, a lawyer for Loretta Lee, the ex-Google software engineer who filed a sexual harassment, gender discrimination, and wrongful termination suit against her former employer earlier this year, told BuzzFeed News that a Google attorney stated the policy change would not apply to her ongoing case. Google lawyer Brian Johnsrud sent an email (reviewed by Buzzfeed) to Hoyer last Friday which stated, “Google announced a prospective policy change which applies going forward to individual sex harassment as well as sex assault claims. This kind of policy change does not apply retroactively to claims already compelled to arbitration.” In response to this claim, Hoyer told Buzzfeed that “Google says, ‘We will not force employees into arbitration,’ and [the] response to me taking them up on that is, ‘Oh, we didn’t say when.’ It was a shock to see Google renege on the announcement that [the company] went through a lot of effort to publicize.” Loretta Lee’s suit, filed in February 2018, alleges she was “ routinely sexually harassed”  without any intervention on Google’s part to stop the harassment. The suit further states that male coworkers spiked her drinks with alcohol, one male co-worker messaged her to ask for a “horizontal hug”; and that at a holiday party, a drunk male coworker slapped her. According to the lawsuit, she found a male coworker hiding under her desk and “believed he may have installed some type of camera or similar device under her desk”. Post the complaint filed in the HR department of Google, the lawsuit states that Lee’s male co-workers retaliated against her. They refused to approve her code and stalled her projects, thus making it more difficult for her to succeed at work. In September 2018, the Lee case was compelled into arbitration. Hoyer, told BuzzFeed News that there still would have been time to appeal the court’s order compelling arbitration. On the day of Google’s announcement to end forced arbitration, Hoyer contacted Google’s lawyer to say Lee elected not to arbitrate her claims. According to emails reviewed by BuzzFeed News, Google’s lawyer delayed the reply for a week and finally stated that the company would still force arbitration for her case. Apparently, the reply was received on the very last day that Lee could have appealed. According to Buzzfeed, the email exchange between Hoyer and Johnsrud showed that in October, Lee sought to negotiate a monetary settlement with Google. The reply received from Johnsrud was not befitting at all:  “I was surprised to receive your voicemail making a settlement demand after Ms. Lee has tried to trash Google in the press and avoid arbitration.” He further added that unless Lee substantially reduced her settlement demand, Google would prefer to proceed with arbitration. Private arbitration often shields a firm from workers airing their grievances in open court, and also results in lower-cost settlements between the oppressed worker and the employer. In mandated arbitration, there are no rules of evidence and there is no public access to what happens as compared to a traditional court settling. Many cases of mandated arbitration have not lead to a fair settlement between the employer and employee. Google’s roll back on its policy statement in Lee’s case looks like a massive discouragement for workers suffering from sexual harassment at other workplaces. Head over to BuzzFeed for an entire coverage of this news. Read Next 90% Google Play apps contain third-party trackers, share user data with Alphabet, Facebook, Twitter, etc: Oxford University Study OK Google, why are you ok with mut(at)ing your ethos for Project DragonFly? Google now requires you to enable JavaScript to sign-in as part of its enhanced security featureslast_img read more

Australian IS nurse faces prosecution on return to Sydney

first_img Mesa family survives lightning strike to home How men can have a healthy 2019 Brookman told Fairfax that he opposed the violent and extreme actions of Islamic State militants, including the beheading of their captives.“Of course there will be an investigation. That is fine. Hopefully things don’t look that bad,” Brookman told Fairfax.It is not clear whether Brookman was still in Syria on Dec. 4 when Australia made being in al-Raqqa a crime punishable by 10 years in prison. If charged, the onus would be on Brookman to prove he had a legitimate reason to be in the terrorist hotspot.Australian police issued an arrest warrant in June for Australian doctor Tareq Kamleh who is working in an al-Raqqa hospital and has appeared in an Islamic State movement recruitment video urging Western medical professionals to join him.Kamleh faces three terrorism offenses carrying a maximum total of 45 years in prison if he returns to Australia.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Top Stories New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Brookman was voluntarily returning to Australia with a police escort on a flight from Turkey where he had surrendered to authorities, Australian Federal Police said in a statement.He was “subject to ongoing investigations” but has not been charged, police said.“The public can rest assured that any Australian who is identified as a threat to security will be investigated by the relevant agencies,” the statement said.“If there is evidence an Australian has committed a criminal offence under Australia law while involved in the conflict in Syria and Iraq, they will be charged and put before the courts,” it said.Brookman, a Muslim convert and father of five children who live in Melbourne, told Fairfax Media in May that he went to Syria last year to do humanitarian work for civilians caught in the conflict. He said he was innocent of any crime.Brookman said he was forced to join Islamic State militants after being injured in an airstrike and taken to a hospital controlled by the group.“After I recovered, they wouldn’t let me leave,” he told Fairfax.He won the militants’ trust by working as a medic and was able to escape in December to Turkey where he eventually surrendered to authorities. CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — An Australian nurse who has said he was forced by the Islamic State movement to work as a medic in Syria faces prosecution under counterterrorism laws when he returns to Sydney on Friday, police said.Adam Brookman, 39, could become the first person to be charged under tough new laws which make it a crime to even set foot in the Islamic State stronghold of al-Raqqa province in Syria without good reason. Arizona families, Arizona farms: A legacy of tradition embracing animal care and comfort through modern technology Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy Comments   Share   Sponsored Stories Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywalllast_img read more

Act now for Sydneys second airport IATA warning

first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: G.A The date and location of a second airport for Sydney needs to be decided now, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) boss said yesterday.Arriving in the middle of Australia’s “government uncertainty”, IATA Director General Giovanni Bisignani issued a warning to the new government advising them to take urgent action after half a decade of studies on the issue.”The clock is ticking,” he told the National Aviation Press Club in Sydney, before heading to a meeting with Labor Minister for Transport Anthony Albanese.“Even 20 years is a tight timeline,” he said.“Kingsford Smith will reach a point where it will not be able to handle Sydney’s needs. “Whether you believe that will happen in 10 years or in 20 years, a decision on the next airport is now critical,” he said, highlighting the urgency of the issue due to its associated road and transport infrastructure.A spokesperson from Mr Albanese’s office told e-Travel Blackboard that a taskforce set up to “develop a strategic plan for meeting the future aviation needs for the Sydney region” was due to announce its results in 2011, but is dependent on the outcome of the recent election.“Should the Liberal Party come to power it’s likely the issue will be put on the back burner…the Liberal Party think Sydney Airport will be fine for another 30 years,” they said.The IATA boss also slammed Sydney Airport’s charges given the recent state of the aviation industry.According to Mr Bisginani, Sydney Airport’s earnings jumped 82 per cent last year, while airlines lost $10 billion.Mr Bisignani pointed to a report that ranked Sydney’s airport as the 9th most expensive airport in the world last year, jumping from 34th place in 2000.”Logically airlines and airports should be profitable, but airports are also monopolies that must be effectively regulated,” Mr Bisignani said, supporting a decision by the Labor government to instate a Productivity Commission review of airport regulation. Mr Bisignani’s statements coincided with the MAp Group, the majority owner of Sydney Airport, announcement of an 18 per cent increase in earnings to $205 million for the year to June.last_img read more

Toga Hospitality CEO stars on Undercover Boss

first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: C.F Toga Hospitality CEO, Rachel Argaman has revealed that she worked incognito for the upcoming Australian version of the hit television series, Undercover Boss.Argaman made the revelation to over 200 Toga Team Members who then discovered that their boss has been ‘scrubbing, cooking and cleaning’ at Vibe Hotels, Medina Apartment Hotels and Travelodge Hotels to find out how their company could be improved.A familiar face among Toga Hospitality’s 51 hotels, Argaman had to be heavily disguised during her time as an Undercover Boss.The experience gave Argaman the unique opportunity to get to know more about her staff and to hear some home truths about the business.Argaman said: “Companies don’t succeed; people do – at Toga Hospitality, we follow this as our mantra.“The reason I wanted to be involved in Undercover Boss was to look at our business through the eyes of our Front Line Team.“This was a true learning curve! I had lots of fun and have learnt vital lessons which will translate into real solutions for our business and our people so that we can better serve our guests, and our team!”Network Ten’s Chief Programming Officer, David Mott said: “I’m delighted with the local production of Undercover Boss…Our CEOs have been extraordinary in giving of their time.“I know this has been a life changing experience for them. What we have here is something quite special that Australians will love and embrace.”A number of other companies are set to take part in the new Australian series including: Domino’s Pizza Enterprises, Boost Juice and Veolia Environmental Services Australia.Undercover Boss Australia starts on Monday 18 October at 8.30pm on TEN.last_img read more

Hollywood actor Robert Redfords ultimate New Zealand Paradise

first_imgNew Zealand is set to star in a new movie fantasy, this time as the home of Disney’s Pete’s Dragon which released worldwide in August 2016.A reimagining of Disney’s cherished family classic Pete’s Dragon is the adventure of an orphaned boy named Pete and his best friend – a lovable dragon named Elliot. The film is directed by David Lowery and stars Bryce Dallas Howard, Oakes Fegley, Wes Bentley, New Zealand’s own Karl Urban, Oona Laurence and Robert Redford. In Pete’s Dragon, New Zealand plays Millhaven, an American Pacific Northwest logging town.The film was shot over both New Zealand’s main islands, the North and the South, showcasing diverse landscapes. The four regions showcased were Rotorua, central North Island; Wellington, lower North Island; Queenstown, southern South Island and Tapanui, lower South Island.“New Zealand is a country with a smile on its face,” said Robert Redford.Superstar actor and Sundance founder Robert Redford spent several weeks in New Zealand while filming Disney’s Pete’s Dragon, shooting many of his scenes in the fishing town of Tapanui in the South Island.The Redford family stayed for a long weekend enjoying New Zealand’s most sought after scenery and the luxuries of a fine contemporary New Zealand home.“It was a very attractive place to be, you couldn’t help smile when you were there and it was a wonderful experience for that reason,” Robert Redford said.A short helicopter flight west from Tapanui is a place called Paradise. Some say it was named for its stunning scenery; others argue that it’s all to do with the paradise ducks that live in the area. Either way, what everyone agrees on is that Paradise is exactly that – so, it’s no surprise that Robert Redford elected to enjoy a luxury escape here with his family.Immersed in a landscape that has captured the eye of many filmmakers, Wyuna House is a luxury villa set in a private natural reserve. Perched on the northern end of Lake Wakatipu, the schist and timber lodge has been designed to blend harmoniously into its beautiful alpine setting. Just across the road from Wyuna House, the Redford family dined at New Zealand’s celebrated Blanket Bay Lodge. The 13-room lodge has panoramic lake views and an award-winning kitchen – both of which have helped gain many awards, including being named as the ‘World’s Ultimate Escape’ by the UK Sunday Times Magazine.“I love being in New Zealand and the fact I was able to be in a helicopter with a great pilot that took you up to the glacier, up the valley, and to the sea – he took you everywhere you could possibly be so you could see all of what New Zealand had to offer. That was a big moment for me, it was just mesmerising,” Robert Redford said.Visitors who make it to Paradise Valley enter a very special place where glorious isolation, natural grandeur, and a magnificent palette are combined in perfect balance. Robert Redford and family spent a lot of their time outdoors exploring the native forest and quiet green pastures on horseback at Dart Stables – one of the star’s long-time passions.The region is one of New Zealand’s most popular destinations for hikers and nature lovers, with more than 19 day walks to explore. The Redford family went on several local trails including the Diamond Creek walk.“It’s a country that appreciates itself as a country, as a landscape. Making the film was one thing, but experiencing New Zealand outside the film was another and I really loved it,” Robert Redford said.Alpine resort Queenstown – the nearest main centre to Paradise – is a lively year-round tourist destination, rated internationally as one of the world’s top holiday spots.Adventure and indulgence go hand-in-hand in Queenstown, which boasts some of New Zealand’s best luxury accommodation, world-class golf courses and thrilling activities set in dramatic alpine landscapes.Glenorchy, a 45-minute drive from Queenstown, is on the road to Paradise and along a route that has been lauded as one of the ‘Top Eight Scenic Drives’ in the world.last_img read more

Cartoon protest outside Kibris office

first_imgAround 80 hard-line, Turkish nationalists gathered outside the offices of Kibris Media Group in the north on Sunday morning, to protest about a cartoon published by the group’s daily newspaper last May.Members of the Rebirth Party (YDP) and of more than 10 non-governmental organisations established by Turkish settlers in the north, laid black wreaths in front of the building and demanded the cartoonist was sacked. They also demanded that Kibris newspaper apologised for what they described as a “racist” and “divisive” cartoon.The cartoon in question portrays a tourist ship arriving in the north from which exit men holding assault weapons. Its aim was to satirise the fact that courts in the north were dealing with many cases of people that arrived as tourists but ended up being involved in crimes. One such case concerned a man who tried to rob a bus, two hours after arriving in the north.Although there was no suggestion in the cartoon of the nationality of the people arriving, the protesting groups felt that it was portraying immigrants from Turkey as criminals. Protesters carried flags of Turkey and of the breakaway regime and chanted slogans such as “Cyprus is Turkish, it will remain Turkish”.In a written statement, read during the protest by YDP General Secretary Bertan Zaroglu, the daily was accused of being “ungrateful” for publishing such a cartoon after Turkey saved the lives of many Turkish Cypriots and helped them survive by giving them money.You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoYahoo SearchResearch Compact SUVs. New SUVs May Make You Want To Trade Yours In Today – See For Yourself!Yahoo SearchUndoGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementCardiologist: This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Eat GlutenGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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on Aug 13 2014 Jeff Roberson—AP Thousands of demonstrators peacefully march to the spot where Michael Brown was shot and killed by police in Ferguson Mo on Aug 14 2014 Jeff Roberson—AP Demetrus Washington joins other demonstrators protesting the shooting death of teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson Mo on Aug 14 2014 Scott Olson—Getty Images Demonstrators protest outside of Greater St Marks Family Church in Ferguson Mo on Aug 14 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters Protesters light candles as they take part in a peaceful demonstration in Ferguson Mo on Aug 14 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters Missouri State Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson (L) speaks to protesters as he walks through a peaceful demonstration as communities continue to react to the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson Mo on Aug 14 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters A young child looks out from a car as demonstrators drive down West Florissant Avenue protesting the shooting and death of Michael Brown in Ferguson Mo on Aug 15 2014 Scott Olson—Getty Images A demonstrator walks through smoke launched by police after a skirmish in Ferguson Mo on Aug 15 2014 Scott Olson—Getty Images A demonstrator protests on Florissant Ave in Ferguson Mo on Aug 16 2014 Jon Lowenstein—NOOR for TIME Children walk past police officers during a demonstration in Ferguson Mo on Aug 16 2014 Jon Lowenstein—Noor for TIME Protestors help a man who was injured by tear gas thrown by police after refusing to disperse after the midnight curfew in Ferguson Mo on Aug 17 2014 Jon Lowenstein—Noor for TIME Protestors throw canisters in Ferguson Mo on August 18 2014 Jon Lowenstein—Noor for TIME Protestors demonstrate against the killing of Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson Mo on August 17 2014 Jon Lowenstein—NOOR for TIME A protestor during demonstrations in Ferguson Mo on August 17 2014 Jon Lowenstein—Noor for TIME A protestor retaliates against police in Ferguson Mo on Aug 17 2014 Jon Lowenstein—Noor for TIME A protestor throws a canister of tear gas back at police during demonstrations in Ferguson Mo on Aug 17 2014 Jon Lowenstein—Noor for TIME Police wait to advance after tear gas was used to dispersed a crowd in Ferguson Mo on Aug 17 2014 Charlie Riedel—AP A protestor holds a sign that reads "stop killing us" amid clouds of tear gas in Ferguson Mo on Aug 17 2014 Jon Lowenstein—Noor for TIME Police wait to advance after tear gas was used to disperse a crowd in Ferguson Mo on Aug 17 2014 Charlie Riedel—AP Tear gas rains down on a woman kneeling in the street with her hands in the air during a demonstration in Ferguson on Aug 17 2014 The "hands up don’t shoot" pose became the defining gesture of the protests Scott Olson—Getty Images Protesters attempt to treat a woman who was in a cloud of tear gas thrown by police in Ferguson Mo on Aug 17 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters Demonstrators march down West Florissant Ave during a peaceful march in reaction to the shooting of Michael Brown near Ferguson Mo on Aug 18 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters Demonstrators march down West Florissant during a peaceful march in reaction to the shooting of Michael Brown near Ferguson Mo on Aug 18 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters Police tackle a man who was walking down the street in front of McDonald’s in Ferguson Mo on Aug 18 2014 Laurie Skrivan—St Louis Post-Dispatch/AP Law enforcement officers watch on during a protest on West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson Mo on Aug 18 2014 Michael B Thomas—AFP/Getty Images Demonstrators cover their faces as tear gas fills the air as police fire the gas against an unruly crowd protesting the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson Mo on Aug18 2014 Joe Raedle—Getty Images A protestor wearing a gas mask stands with his hands up while facing armed police in Ferguson Mo on Aug 18 2014 Abe Van Dyke—Demotix/Corbis Police fire tear gas in the direction of where bottles were thrown from crowds gathered near the QuikTrip on W Florissant Avenue in Ferguson Mo on Aug 18 2014 David Carson—St Louis Post-Dispatch/Polaris Demonstrators stand in the middle of West Florissant as they react to tear gas fired by police during ongoing protests in reaction to the shooting of teenager Michael Brown near Ferguson Missouri August 18 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters Demonstrators protest against the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson Mo Aug 19 2014 Joshua Lott—Reuters A police officer in riot gear detains a demonstrator protesting against the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson Mo on Aug 19 2014 Joshua Lott—Reuters Police officers in riot gear watch demonstrators protesting against the shooting of Michael Brown from the side of a building in Ferguson Mo on Aug 19 2014 Joshua Lott—Reuters Two protesters sit with their faces covered during a peaceful protest in Ferguson Mo early on Aug 20 2014 Michael B Thomas—AFP/Getty Images A man is doused with milk and sprayed with mist after being hit by an eye irritant from security forces trying to disperse demonstrators in Ferguson Mo early on Aug 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