SAINT JOHN, N.B. — The defence is expected to conclude its case in the Dennis Oland murder trial today when the judge hearing the case visits the scene where his father’s body was found.Justice Terrence Morrison, who is presiding over the trial without a jury, is expected to go to Richard Oland’s office in uptown Saint John, N.B., where the multimillionaire’s battered body was discovered on July 7, 2011.His only son, Dennis Oland, is charged with second-degree murder in the case.Only lawyers from both sides of the case, Dennis Oland and a sheriff will participate in the visit to the office near the courthouse, with today expected to be the final day of evidence presentation.Defence lawyer Alan Gold asked for the tour, saying it was impossible to get a true picture of the office interior without seeing it in person.The defence has maintained the person who beat Richard Oland to death would have been covered in blood, but only a few specks were found on the jacket Dennis Oland was wearing when he visited his father on July 6, 2011, the day of the killing.The defence and prosecution will be given at least a month to prepare final briefs and concluding arguments, with the judge then expected to take at least another month to decide the verdict.The Canadian Press
Bordeaux – The National Observatory against Islamophobia has revealed today a 11.3% increase of Islamophobic acts over the first nine months of the year, compared to the same period in 2012.In a statement released today, the Observatory lists 157 Islamophobic acts that have occured between January and September 2013. It had recorded 141 in the same period last year. This number includes actions and threats, and the Observatory is particularly worried about women wearing the veil being attacked. In June, a 21 year-old woman was attacked near Paris and suffered a miscarriage as a result of the aggression. “After a lull during the summer, the numbers are rising again in October and November,” regrets the President of the Observatory, Abdallah Zekri.The figures provided by the Observatory concern “only acts for which the victims pressed charges,” said the Observator. Therefore, they do not reflect the actual number of Islamophobic acts occuring in France. Indeed, the Observatory explains that many Muslims are reluctant to turn to the authorities when they are targeted. It is also concerned about “cyber-hate,” mentioning that lies about Islam and Muslims posted on social networks are increasing and promoting hatred.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or or redistributed
Meagan Anderson is the 75,000th person to graduate from Brock University. The milestone was marked at Wednesday morning’s convocation ceremony.There was a moment during Wednesday morning’s convocation ceremony when Meagan Anderson thought her five years at Brock were for naught.Brock President Jack Lightstone stood up as Anderson made her way across the stage in the Ian D. Beddis gym and told the concurrent education program graduand that he was going to “throw her for a loop.”“I thought he was going to take away my degree,” Anderson said with a laugh.Instead, Lightstone centred out the Caledonia native by telling the audience, including a Hollywood power couple who had the University and Twitter abuzz, that Anderson was the 75,000th person to graduate from Brock.“I was just like ‘What the heck is going on?’” Anderson said after the ceremony. “I was just like ‘Oh my gosh, people are looking at me. Ryan Gosling is looking at me.’”Gosling, the Academy Award-nominated actor, known for his roles in Half Nelson, The Notebook and Crazy, Stupid Love, took in the ceremony with girlfriend Eva Mendes. The couple were on hand to watch Gosling’s mother, Donna, graduate with her bachelor’s degree in education. They arrived Wednesday morning with no advance notice and before the ceremony was over, their presence triggered a social media frenzy that had Brock trending as one of the hottest mentions on Twitter.Hollywood actor Ryan Gosling attended the graduation of his mother, Donna, on Wednesday.Gosling and Mendes’s presence aside, Anderson said she wasn’t given any indication her milestone would be marked by anything other than the usual stroll across the stage for her degree to be conferred.Even the photographer snapping photos of her as she waited for the ceremony to begin didn’t tip her off that something was afoot.“I was so paranoid about getting on stage and doing everything right.” Anderson said.The last time the University marked such a milestone was in 2005 when the 50,000th graduate, Tanya Kwee, received her degree. This latest occasion attests to the University’s growth and reputation of providing first-rate education, said Christine Jones, alumni relations director.“Almost everywhere you go, you can identify a Brock graduate,” Jones said. “This milestone means Brock is being represented out there with alums all over the world.”
Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Justin Blackmon was suspended on Tuesday for the first four games of the 2013 season after his second violation of the NFL’s substance-abuse policy.It is unclear what substance Blackmon tested positive for, but this is his second violation in less than a year since he was drafted last April.His first violation came when he was arrested during a traffic stop in Stillwater, Okla., after a breath test allegedly revealed that his blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit. His arrest landed him in the NFL’s substance-abuse program.“It’s very disappointing,” general manager Dave Caldwell said during a conference call with reporters. “We understand that this isn’t all going to be an upward trend and we’re going to have setbacks. To be honest with you, things like this are frustrating because it’s an avoidable situation. That’s what’s real concerning and frustrating.”What’s more frustrating is that Blackmon will not be paid for the four-week suspension. And more importantly, his suspension may have triggered harsher repercussions in his contract that can void future guarantees.The Jaguars can cut him without having to pay out $10 million that remains on a four-year, $18.5 million contract, according to ESPN.com.“I’ve made a mistake and I have no excuse,” Blackmon said in a statement on Tuesday. “… I have chosen to be accountable for my poor decision, and I sincerely apologize to my teammates, coaches, the front office and Jaguars fans for the impact of my mistake on the team.”Caldwell acknowledged that the Jaguars organization is willing to help and support Blackmon, but there is only so much the team can do to help players under the new collective bargaining agreement.“At some point in time, these players have to help themselves and take care of themselves,” Caldwell said.Blackmon, who caught 64 passes for 865 yards and five touchdowns as a rookie, will not be allowed to practice or play during the suspension. However, he will be allowed to attend meetings and enter the facility. Blackmon will be eligible to return on Sept. 30.
Underneath the pads, helmets and skates, the Ohio State women’s hockey team might not look the way you expect them to. “Everybody sees us and they think, ‘You guys can’t be hockey players,’” said junior forward Ally Tarr. “They expect us to be really big or something like that and we’re not big at all. We get (called) dancers and gymnastics (gymnasts) when we travel … which is really funny.” After a strong start to the season, racking up a 16-10-2 and 11-9-2 conference record, the team is hoping to continue its success. “We are hoping it will continue through playoffs,” Tarr said. Coach Nate Handrahan said that the variety of personalities on the 23-person team has been a definite advantage for the team. “They are a great group of girls,” Handrahan said. “Lots of great personalities, lots of great kids, and I think that one of the things we are trying to make sure is that we are continuing to cultivate people.” Although this season has had its share of triumphs, the road to success has not always been an easy one for the Buckeyes, who dropped out of the USA Today top 10 poll on Jan. 29. OSU has lost three of their most recent six games, including one in last weekend’s split series against Bemidji State. “We are struggling a little bit but we try to see the positive and have fun out there,” said junior defenseman Annie Svedin. Handrahan said life on the ice can be particularly rigorous and “physically and mentally taxing.” “Our practices range from 45 minutes to an hour and 20 minutes high tempo to try to get ourselves prepared so that our players who need to be feeling confident, they can score on anybody or stop the puck on anybody,” Handrahan said. In between practices, studying and trying to have a social life, the team does manage to find some time for fun on the ice, Handrahan said. “Lots of days we are on the ice and music is blaring,” Handrahan said. “They like to laugh, they like to sing and they want to enjoy one another.” Some of the players said there are also a lot of shenanigans that go on, sometimes starting on the ice and ending at team dinners. “There are constant pranks and jokes going on,” Tarr said. “There’s a lot of pranksters on the team, so we like to keep it fresh and fun.” When it comes to game time though, the Buckeyes feel that they are often times in the shadow of other higher-attendance sports on campus. “A lot of people don’t even know women’s hockey exists here,” said Svedin. “They might really like the game so give it a chance.” OSU is slated to face Minnesota Friday at the OSU Ice Rink at 7:07 p.m.
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As the AusIMM points out, “comminution might well be the great technology of the 21st century, yet only a paucity of information exists on the topic.” Prof Alban Lynch, an inductee into the International Mining Technology Hall of Fame, and now one of the global panel of judges, has taken it upon himself to address this void. He has put together an assortment of industry experts to produce the Comminution Handbook. With contributions from the coal, cement, sulphide and industrial mineral industries, as well as mill manufacturing and modelling groups, this work presents an overview of all aspects of comminution, the process of reducing solid materials via crushing and grinding. It comprises 16 chapters structured around the themes of material attributes, processing equipment, circuit design and circuit optimisation and control. The volume will appeal to professionals who are involved in, or have an interest in, comminution, metallurgy and related fields. The AusIMM hopes “that the book will present comminution as it is today to those who have the responsibility of improving the technology in the future.”On the MEI Blog, Barry Wills says “most mineral processors think of grinding as wet grinding of mineral ores. On the first page Alban gently reminds us that more than twice this tonnage of cement and coal is subjected to fine dry grinding. So this text includes contributions on the whole array of crushing, grinding and classification equipment used to comminute the wide range of materials demanded by our communities. Of course, the discussion would not be complete without the explanations of sizing techniques, classification, testing and scale-up methods, mineral liberation, circuit design, process control, circuit practice and recent technology developments. It should haunt us that more efficient devices such as high-pressure grinding rolls and tower mills were common in dry grinding at least 25 years before they were discovered for ore grinding. This book may help ensure that we don’t let that happen again.“The handbook begins with mineralogy, and reviews mineral liberation theory and quantitative analytical tools before addressing machines and circuits. Chapters 4 – 10 address types of comminution and classification machines including tumbling mills, crushers, stirred mills and HPGR, then chapters 11 – 16 cover circuit design, process control and modelling.”http://www.ausimm.com.au/publications/publication.aspx?ID=16562
A Vancouver man suspected of intoxicated driving faces charges after he allegedly struck a pedestrian last week, according to the Portland Police Bureau.Robert William Leary, 37, was driving north on Interstate Avenue in Portland at about 8:45 p.m. Wednesday when he reportedly struck 23-year-old Ashley Wirth, who was walking in the bike lane against traffic, Portland police reported.Wirth suffered serious injuries and was taken to a Portland hospital for treatment. Police said she is expected to survive her injuries.Leary was booked into the Multnomah County Jail on charges of third-degree assault, hit and run, recklessly endangering another person, reckless driving and driving under the influence of intoxicants, police said. Robert William Leary
This week the American Soybean Association joined the National Oilseed Processors Association and the North American Export Grain Association in submitting comments to the Administration on foreign trade barriers.Access the full document here.
Kendall Jenner’s Adidas adYoutube ScreenshotAdidas, one of the largest sportswear manufacturers in the world, will likely tighten its operations in India which might lead to employee layoffs and reduction in franchise partners across the country.The development comes right after rival Nike, last week, fired about 20 percent of its employees in India and asked many others to join its South East Asia operations in a major downsizing exercise.Adidas, which owns the Reebok brand, could lay off about one-fourth its India staff over the next few months. The sportswear major has been in talks with Reliance Brands to hand over a chunk of its franchise business, sources close to the matter told Economic Times.However, the German sports maker did not say anything to media on the matter directly, but if it lays off employees in future, that would surely add to economic pressures caused by unemployment, a big challenge for the Modi government at the moment.IT layoffs are expected to rise too in coming years as automation will take a toll on low-skilled tech labour.Modi government’s failureWhen Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power four years ago, he promised to curb unemployment in India, especially among young people. However, looking at the current layoff rates, it is difficult to predict if employment will pick up in India anytime soon. Daily wage workers wait for employment on the street side at an industrial area in Mumbai on March 30, 2009 (representational image).Reuters fileLast month, McDonalds decided to shut down 169 stores in the north and eastern regions of India that would leave hundreds of people unemployed overnight.According to the India Employment Report 2016, around 11.7 crore people need to be absorbed into jobs, though only 2.3 percent of the workforce in the country have undergone formal skills training.As demand for more high-skilled labour increases following greater automation of industry, this sends red signals to the government to work faster on its educational and employment reforms.
Tags: Air Transat, Facebook, London Travelweek Group Learn insider travel tips for London with Air Transat Share MONTREAL – Air Transat is inviting Canadians to (re)discover the charms of London during a discussion on Facebook this Friday, June 22.Taking place at noon (EDT) on Air Transat’s Facebook Page, the discussion will be hosted by travel blogger Tamara Elliott, who’ll be interviewing Emanuel, an Air Transat Sales & Service Supervisor who spent many years in London and has a passion for travel. Marie-Ève, another Air Transat employee, will also be sharing Europe travel tips, but for the city of Lisbon.Air Transat offers daily direct flights from Toronto and Vancouver, and departures from Montreal, Calgary and Quebec to London Gatwick Airport. There will be six weekly flights from Montreal and Calgary, including three direct flights. As for Quebec City, there will be one flight per week, via Montreal.In total, it will have 37 weekly departures at the height of summer, including 22 direct flights and 15 with connecting flights, said Annick Guérard, Chief Operating Officer at Transat.More news: Flights cancelled as British Airways hit by computer problemAir Transat also has multi-destination options that allow travellers to land in one European city and return from another at no extra cost. As such, it opens up a range of itinerary possibilities and lets people combine several destinations such as London and Manchester, without having to backtrack.To find out more about other travellers’ take on London, clients are invited to check out Experience Transat, a blog by and for globetrotters, at https://www.airtransat.com/experiencetransat/search/?search=london. << Previous PostNext Post >> Wednesday, June 20, 2018 Posted by
Costa Rica had a pretty “pura vida” year in 2014 when it came to crime. Compared to 2013’sunidentified helicopters, $6 billion money laundering schemes and the breakup of an organ trafficking ring, 2014 was a more pedestrian year, but there were still a handful of standout crime stories this year. As a bonus, scroll down for our rundown of some of the dumbest crimes of the year. One of the ceremonial metates, or mealing stones, confiscated by police on Oct. 22, 2014 in a Santa Ana home. (Courtesy OIJ)1. Police seize $1 million collection of pre-Columbian art in German expat’s homePolice and officials from the National Museum’s Department of Cultural Heritage Protection acted on an anonymous tip and uncovered an unregistered collection of pre-Columbian art that could have been worth upwards of $1 million in the Santa Ana home of a German expat. The collection included ceremonial and domestic items such as ceramic vases, pendants, metates (mealing stones used to grind corn and seeds) and mortars from Costa Rica’s Pacific northwest dated between 300 and 700 AD. According to a statement from Prosecutor’s Office, 14 of the ceremonial mecates could claim as much as $100,000 each on the black market. Pimp My Narco-Ride: More than 200 kilos of cocaine were discovered in a false bottom of a truck seized by Costa Rican Drug Control Police in Carrillo, Guanacaste, on Thursday, June 26, 2014. (Courtesy Public Security Ministry)2. Costa Rica seizes record-breaking haul of cocaine — againSecurity officials have boasted two years in a row now that Costa Rica is the top drug-seizing country in Central America, a region through which some 86 percent of the cocaine destined for the United States passes. Public Security Minister Celso Gamboa announced that the country’s 2014 haul would likely exceed 26 metric tons of the narcotic. Several significant seizures over 1 metric ton each highlighted a troubling trend of young fishermen without criminal records who are pulled into the drug trade in the face of dwindling fish stocks and few economic opportunities. But a significant amount of cocaine also is shipped through Costa Rica by land, as witnessed by a seized pimped-out flatbed truck pictured here.3. US expat Ann Patton convicted of murdering Wall Street husband in retrialThe case had all the making of tropical gothic tragedy: A wealthy, eccentric couple with a passion for conservation and animals move to a reclusive mountain mansion in Costa Rica’s southern jungle. Police respond to a call to find former hedge fund manager John Bender dead from a gunshot to the head in 2010. The only other person in the home was his wife, Ann Patton. Patton was convicted on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 of the murder of her husband, U.S. financier John Felix Bender, and sentenced to 22 years in prison. Patton, members of her family, and even Bender’s friends insist his death was a suicide, and the incident has been featured in several media stories, including on CNN and CBS’ “48 Hours.” Lizards, snakes, frogs and tadpoles were among the 400-plus animals that a German man attempted to smuggle out of Costa Rica on Sept. 9, 2014. (Courtesy of SINAC)4. Police seize 400 wild animals from German tourist’s luggageThat would have been an excuse to hear: “No, officer, I don’t know how 400 animals ended up in my luggage.” Airport police at Juan Santamaria International Airport found hundreds of reptiles and amphibians in a German tourist’s luggage as he tried to board a plane to Panama. Carlos Víquez, the head of airport security at Juan Santamaría, outside San José, said that this was the largest wildlife seizure in at least 20 years. Even though the culprit was caught red-handed, he was released without a fine or jail time, save the brief period he spent in detention awaiting trial and deportation.5. Authorities spy on Keylor Navas After Costa Rica’s historic run in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, the country fell in love with National Men’s Team goalie Keylor Navas. Navas went on to sign with the Spanish soccer club Real Madrid, but not long afterwards, news emerged that more than 20 Judicial Investigation Police (OIJ) officials had used a police database to search for personal information about the star player and his family. Navas was furious, and OIJ Director Francisco Segura had to appear in court to try and explain why these fan boys were searching for dirt on Navas and his sisters.6. Costa Rican newspaper accuses government of ‘unprecedented’ spying on its reportersCosta Rica routinely lands near the top of international indices for freedom of expression and the press, but Costa Rica had its own government surveillance scandal when the newspaper Diario Extra accused the OIJ of intercepting phone calls from its reporters and editors. The investigative police contended that they were investigating a leak — or a whistleblower, if you’re Diario Extra — and that their search of the reporter’s phone records was within the bounds of the law. The Supreme Court thought differently.Bonus! Dumbest Crimes of 2014Inept criminals sentenced to prison for attempting to steal a truck they couldn’t drive.U.S. beachgoer tries to burn down police station after his arrest in Tamarindo.Police arrest US man allegedly carrying pot brownies through Juan Santamaría Int’l Airport.Bandits steal thousands of boxes of crackers from parking lot in Alajuela.Read more Year in Review 2014 stories here. Facebook Comments Related posts:U.S. beachgoer tries to burn down police station after his arrest in Tamarindo CBS to air documentary questioning Costa Rica’s murder conviction of US expat Ann Bender Following recent crime wave, Solís announces new investment in San Carlos police force That’s loco! 12 bizarre stories from 2014
Hilton Sydneyhotels In conjunction with Veuve Clicquot, Hilton Sydney has introduced the hotel’s first champagne suite – ‘Yellow Suite’ – with an overnight package for two, available for stays until 15 April 2018.Priced at $809 for two, Hilton Sydney’s Yellow Suite package includes:An overnight stay for two in a vibrant Relaxation Suite with a king bedBuffet breakfast for two in glass brasserieBottle of Veuve Clicquot on arrivalThree LED TVsExtra large, double spa bathLate check-out of 1pmIn partnership with Philips Hue 2.0 ambient lights, the Yellow Suite is transformed with vibrant ‘Yellow Hour’ in-room lighting with the touch of the suite’s in-room iPad
In the words of the great Alice Cooper, “SCHOOOOOOOOL’S OUT FOR SUMMER!” Quick, time to bundle the kids onto a plane and escape to some summer sun (don’t forget to consult our guides on dealing with plane-bound toddlers and stroppy teenagers first).But where to make your fast getaway for the summer hols? We’ve picked out six of the cheapest and best destinations for a family holiday in July – prices are based on a family of four including two adults and two children under 12. Hurry! Book something now, or before you know it you’ll be buying new school shoes again and wondering where the summer went.1. Baden-Baden, Germany from £270*Find flightsWhen you think of summer sun destinations, Baden-Baden (so great they named it twice!) in southwestern Germany probably doesn’t spring to mind. But hold your hosen! Did you know that average July temperatures in Baden-Baden are an astonishing 19 degrees centigrade? Hmmm, OK, perhaps that’s not that astonishing. More ‘acceptable’, really. Actually it’s exactly the same as London. Thankfully, however, Baden-Baden has a family-themed ace up its sleeve in the form of the enormous Europa-Park, which is the second most popular theme park in Europe after Disneyland Paris. It boasts an astonishing 12 roller coasters, which are sure to keep the kids entertained all holiday. Twelve roller coasters is an astonishing number, right? OK, you’re very hard to please – how about ‘fairly impressive’ then? Related10 of the best family holidays on a budget for 2017If you’re looking for budget family holiday ideas, here are 10 cheap, child-friendly destinations that will make for a fantastic family trip. Keeping the cost of your flights down by choosing one of these short-haul holiday hotspots means that you’ll be able to spend more on ice cream (for them)…Top 10 family holidays: best destinations for summer funFor mums and dads, the balmy days of summer often mean daunting weeks to fill with something to keep the wee ones entertained. Never fear: we’ve complied a list of the ten best destinations for guaranteed family fun this year. Enjoy!Where to go on holiday for early summer sun in 2019Looking for a summer holiday but don’t want to travel during peak season when prices go through the roof? Check out these short-haul destinations perfect for early summer and bag a cheap flight while the kids are still at school… 2. Corfu, Greece from £290Find flightsGreece has been hitting the headlines recently thanks to its ongoing financial crisis, and worry over the country’s economic uncertainty has led to many UK citizens cancelling their upcoming holidays. This means that there are plenty of bargain Greek holidays to be had for the intrepid traveller – and if you’re concerned about the risks, take a look at our guide. Corfu is brilliant for family vacations thanks to its quiet villages, beautiful beaches and astonishing temperatures (it’s an average 25 degrees centigrade in the sea in July – that definitely qualifies as astonishing). Avlaki beach in the north has plenty for kids to do, from learning to windsurf to taming a bucking bronco. OK, not really, they can just learn to ride a horse. It probably won’t buck, unless you’re really mean to it.3. Menorca, Spain from £500Find flightsMenorca is the birthplace of mayonnaise, an accolade it’s been dining out on for centuries. (BOOM! Tor-PUN-do!) But your family doesn’t have to be a fan of egg-based emulsions to enjoy this Spanish isle. For a start, they can enjoy the egg-free delights of the Aqua Center Water Park, complete with Kamikaze slide. Not only that, the kids can have hours of fun on a kayak or paddleboard rented from Menorca en Kayak, an activity that is blessedly free of salad dressing of any kind.4. Venice, Italy from £506Find flightsVenice might not be the first place you think of for a family holiday, mostly thanks to the unsettling image of having to dive into a stinking canal in pursuit of your wandering toddler. But as our guide shows, there are plenty of family-friendly ways to enjoy the city as long as your errant children are firmly stashed in a backpack or lashed tightly to your side. For a start, did you know Venice has an amazing beach? So not only can you lap up some Venetian culture in between mopping dirty faces, you also get a beach holiday too. Beware though: your children’s tiny brains may very well explode at the range of delicious ice creams on offer.5. Dinard, France from £518Find flightsThe name Dinard might not fire the imagination like the name Venice does, but this seaside resort in Brittany is brilliant for a family getaway. You might very well feel right at home in fact – Dinard is famed for its resemblance to a British seaside town, and it even hosts an annual British Film Festival (30th September until 4th October). The town’s beaches are brilliant for kids, and the Plage de l’Écluse even holds kids’ clubs (3-18 year olds) from June to September, enabling you to grab a bit of time alone from the little darlings.6. Faro, Portugal from £841Find flightsHeading to Faro in summer can be expensive, but the Algarve boasts some of the very best beaches in Europe, so the expense is worth it and there are absolutely tonnes of things for kids to do, too: the Banzai ride at Aqualand water park permits them to skim across the water on a tea tray (open from the 15th June until September 4th); Hot Wheels Raceway offers karting thrills for older children; and the Fiesa Sand Sculpture Festival (running until October 20th) will give young and old something to gawp at. 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In the first five days of narcotesting, police carried out nine checks and found that five of those tested had used drugs, they announced on Tuesday, a development they said was worrying.Deputy director of the traffic police Haris Evripidou told Cyprus Mail: “It is worrying that out of nine checks, five people were found positive. This acts as an indication that there are people using drugs and then driving, putting other drivers in danger.”However, he stressed that the nine checks were preliminary and had been sent to the state laboratory to be analysed more accurately. “Only then can we have a more accurate depiction of the results in these first stages of narcotesting,” he added.Evripidou said the tests had been targeted and drivers were not being picked at random. He also clarified that when someone is positive on a narcotest, its considered to be a traffic offence and not a criminal one so they would not be pursued by the drugs squad and booked for serious offences.Legislation on narcotests was voted into law in March 2016, and police officially began the implementation of narcotesting across the island on January 25.The positive tests so far have been concentrated in two districts, Nicosia and Limassol.Even though it can indicate if a driver has used drugs, the narcotest does not show which kind or class of drugs have been used.Drivers can face a penalty of up to €3,500 in fines and a three-year imprisonment. They also risk losing their driving licence for a maximum of three years and earning three to six penalty pointsThe latest two cases were on Monday night, when police halted a 22-year-old and a 24-year-old in Limassol who both tested positive for drugs.“The 22-year-old failed to stop at a police signal and a couple of traffic lights as he tried to recklessly get away. He underwent a narcotest that was found to be positive” the police press office told Cyprus mail on Tuesday.Police also found out that the man was driving without a licence and insurance.Similarly, the 24-year-old showed positive in a narcotest. Both of their cars were impounded.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoYahoo SearchThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Research Best Compact SUV CarYahoo SearchUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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