Advertisements PM Golding and Trinidad and Tobago PM Persad-Bissessar for Meetings in Kingston Foreign AffairsJuly 7, 2010 RelatedPM Golding and Trinidad and Tobago PM Persad-Bissessar for Meetings in Kingston FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Prime Minister Bruce Golding and the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Kamla Persad-Bissessar will be having bilateral meetings tomorrow (Thursday, July 8) at Jamaica House when she visits with him in Kingston .Chairman of CARICOM and Prime Minister of Jamaica, the Hon. Bruce Golding (left), speaks with newly elected Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Hon. Kamla Persad-Bissessar (right), at the opening of the 31st Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of the Caribbean Community, held at the Half Moon Hotel in Montego Bay, St. James, on Sunday (July 4)Both Prime Ministers will be holding discussions on a number of areas of co-operation including commercial aviation and specifically Air Jamaica and Caribbean Airlines.At a press conference at the Caricom meeting in Montego Bay yesterday, (July 6) the Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister noted that crime and national security were of vital importance to all the countries of the Caribbean and that there was a lot of narcotic-related crime, including trafficking through the waters of her country. This subject is expected to come up for discussion when she meets with PM Golding.The visit will see Prime Minister Persad-Bissessar touring the University of the West Indies and the St. Andrew High school for girls. The Prime Minister made a special request to visit the St. Andrew High School for girls, where she taught after graduating from the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI). She will also attend the official opening by Prime Minister Golding of the new kiln at the Caribbean Cement Company at Rockfort.The Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister will receive a courtesy call from the Opposition leader, Portia Simpson Miller on Friday July 9, and visit the Mustard Seed Communities’ Loaves and Fishes Ministries, and will be hosted by the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce at a private luncheon. She will leave the island on Friday afternoon. RelatedPM Golding and Trinidad and Tobago PM Persad-Bissessar for Meetings in Kingston RelatedPM Golding and Trinidad and Tobago PM Persad-Bissessar for Meetings in Kingston
A Russian man died and another was injured on January 3, when an extreme attraction went wrong in the republic of Karachayevo-Cherkessiya. Denis Burakov, 27, and his friend Vladimir Shcherbov, 33, were set to roll from the top of Mussa-Achitaro Mountain in a zorb* made of transparent plastic. The men were set to roll down a special route and someone was supposed to catch it at the bottom, RIA Novosti reported. For reasons unknown the zorb went off the trail and fell into the Gonachkhir Gorge down a 70-80-degree slope. The ball flew for about a kilometer and stopped on the ice-covered Peacock’s Eye Lake in the gorge. The rescuers had to use skis to get to the lake. Burakov was still alive, but died in an ambulance after being carried out of the gorge which took six hours. Shcherbov has been taken to a hospital with concussion and multiple minor injuries. One the pair’s friends filmed the ride and uploaded it onto YouTube. Police opened a criminal case on providing services that do not comply with health and safety and resulted in death. The perpetrators could spend six years in prison. However, they fled the scene, and the police are looking for the businessmen, who had just set up the attraction and were operating it without any licenses. The police issued a search warrant for three people. *A zorb is a giant inflatable ball.
Capping a nearly 40-year career in the automotive aftermarket, Dave Barbeau, managing director of Global Aftermarket for Pump & Module Systems at TI Automotive, has announced his retirement effective Dec. 31.AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisementIn April 2014, Barbeau began work at TI Automotive, where he was responsible for all aspects of the company’s global aftermarket business. Barbeau is a former executive vice president for Marx Group Advisors (now Hart Marx Advisors) and a member of its advisory board.Before joining TI Automotive, Barbeau worked with several automotive parts companies, including Monroe Auto Equipment Co., ARA AutomotiveGroup, APS Inc., Auto Parts Express and Delphi Automotive, where he was responsible for the Global Independent Aftermarket Business Unit.“It has been an honor to have been a part of this great industry for many years,” said Barbeau. “I have had the privilege of working with so many wonderful industry colleagues and serving the needs of customers around the globe.”Barbeau’s career has included work as an independent consultant, providing business improvement advice to companies in the automotive aftermarket. He’s a former board member for the Automotive Sales Council, Auto Care Association, and most recently was chairman of the board of the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA).A native of St. Louis, Barbeau earned a bachelor’s degree and a Master of Business Administration in finance from Saint Louis University. Barbeau is a veteran of the United States Army.
The second report of a theft from a vehicle at mile 13 of the Seward Highway. A female reported that she left her vehicle parked in the pull out while she went hiking. When he returned he found the back window to the vehicle was broken out and several items, including a firearm, were stolen from the truck. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享On March 17th two separate vehicles were targeted for theft at the Hope pullout on the Seward Highway. When she returned she found the back window to the vehicle was broken out and items were stolen from the truck. The investigation in both incidents are still ongoing. Alaska State Troopers received a report of a theft from a vehicle at mile 33 of the Seward Highway. A male reported that he left his vehicle parked in the pull out while he went hiking.