Image credit: @alphalsgAround 55 drivers based at Gatwick Airport and employed by inflight food supplier Alpha Flight have voted to accept a two-year pay deal.The deal, which was negotiated with trade union Unite on behalf of its members, is applicable for Alpha Flight drivers delivering inflight food for airline British Airways at Gatwick Airport.Unite members employed by Alpha Flight will receive an 18% pay increase and a 30-minute reduction in the working week as part of the two-year deal. Employees will also be awarded with an additional £420 lump sum, with final payments being delivered in November 2019.Alpha Flight initially offered a 6% pay increase, but this was rejected in a consultative ballot. Unite members were then due to undertake strike action between Wednesday 27 and Thursday 28 March 2019; however, further pay talks resulted in the improved two-year pay deal, which was voted on and accepted by Alpha Flight drivers.The agreement will see drivers’ wages increase to £12.70 an hour, compared to £10.64 an hour currently, according to Unite.Jamie Major, regional officer at Unite, said: “By displaying complete unity, our members have secured an excellent pay deal, which ensures their earnings are in line with local HGV drivers’ earnings.“Alpha Flight is the first [organisation] at Gatwick Airport to take the argument for paying a market rate for HGV drivers seriously. By introducing a market rate for drivers, Alpha Flight has now established itself as the market leader for HGV driver pay on the Gatwick campus.“Unite will now be working to ensure that other employers at Gatwick also boost drivers’ pay and introduce a market rate.”Alpha Flight was unavailable for comment at the time of publication.
She says the cause of the riot has not been determined but officials believe it was related to gangs. Spokeswoman Megan Edge in an announcement says 43 inmates were involved and five were treated for injuries following the disturbance Wednesday at Spring Creek Correctional Center in Seward. Shortly after 1 p.m., corrections officers saw inmates starting to fight in the prison yard. Edge says officers followed prison protocol by ordering inmates to lie on the ground and administered oleoresin capsicum, a pepper spray. Corrections officers regained control in two and a half minutes. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享An Alaska prison remains on lockdown following a disturbance that the Department of Corrections is calling a “riot.” Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. All five injured inmates were returned to the prison after hospital treatment.
Share Make no mistake, the Trump administration’s efforts to interfere in women’s decisions won’t stop with Jane Doe. We will not stop fighting until every woman has access to abortion care. #JusticeforJane— ACLU (@ACLU) October 25, 2017 Callie Richmond/ Texas TribuneA hallway at the Whole Woman’s Health clinic in Austin, which shut down in 2014. Callie RichmondAn undocumented teenager under federal custody in Texas got an abortion she had been seeking for weeks Wednesday morning.The procedure was carried out after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled Tuesday that Jane Doe, as she is identified in court filings, could immediately have the abortion she requested, and before the federal government could appeal the decision to the U.S. Supreme Court.“This is my life, my decision,” said the teenager via her court-appointed guardian in a statement after the procedure.Doe had received the legal authorization for an abortion weeks ago, on Sept. 25. Under Texas law, minors need their parents’ permission or a court order to have an abortion.But the federal Department of Health and Human Services refused to let Jane Doe leave the shelter where she is living under federal custody to get the abortion she had requested. The Office of Refugee Resettlement – a sub-division of HHS that oversees the shelter – refused to transport the minor or release her to her court-appointed guardians so they could take her to the abortion clinic. Instead, Jane Doe was forced to go to a Crisis Pregnancy Center, where minors receive counseling directed to dissuade them from having abortions.The abortion was delayed for weeks while lawyers with the ACLU and the Trump administration battled over the federal government’s role in allowing Doe to have the procedure. The ACLU claimed the federal government was forcing Doe to continue her pregnancy against her will and that she has the constitutional right to an abortion.The Trump administration has argued that the federal government is not required to facilitate an abortion for a minor in its custody and that Doe could seek the procedure by returning to her home country or having her custody transferred to a sponsor that agrees to take her to an abortion clinic.“Justice prevailed today for Jane Doe. But make no mistake about it, the Administration’s efforts to interfere in women’s decisions won’t stop with Jane,” said Brigitte Amiri, senior staff attorney with the ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project in a news release issued after the procedure.The legal standoff between the ACLU and the federal government is not over. Now that Doe’s emergency situation has been solved, the ACLU will proceed with a class action action lawsuit in the D.C. District Court seeking an order that prohibits the federal government from blocking abortions for other undocumented minors. Amiri estimates there are several hundred pregnant undocumented teenagers under federal custody, but it’s not possible to know how many are seeking abortion services.In a news release, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton expressed his “profound disappointment” with Jane Doe’s abortion. “Today’s loss of innocent human life is tragic,” he said.“Even the Obama Administration’s Department of Justice acknowledged that unlawfully present aliens without substantial connections to the country lack the same constitutional rights as citizens. This ruling not only cost a life, it could pave the way for anyone outside the United States to unlawfully enter and obtain an abortion,” Paxton said.Texas was among more than 20 states that had weighed in on the legal battle. Paxton and the attorneys general of 11 states had filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Appeals Court defending the Trump administration’s policy of preventing abortions for unaccompanied, undocumented minors. Thirteen other states filed a brief siding with the ACLU, arguing that because a state court already authorized the abortion, a federal agency cannot block the procedure “without infringing upon the sovereignty of those states.”__________________________________ALLISON SHELLEYLara Chelian (center) and her mother, Renee Chelian, both abortion providers from Michigan, hold signs in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., as the justices her arguments in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt last year.An immigrant teen in federal custody who was seeking an abortion over the Trump administration’s objections had the procedure Wednesday after a U.S. appeals court ruled in her favor, her lawyers said.The 17-year-old had fought for a month to have an abortion, eventually leading to a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union against the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The agency oversees facilities for unaccompanied minors who enter the United States illegally and had refused her requests for an abortion.BREAKING: Justice prevailed today for Jane Doe. She was able to get an abortion early this morning. #JusticeforJane— ACLU (@ACLU) October 25, 2017 The full U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia on Tuesday restored a lower court’s ruling against HHS. The new ruling ordered HHS to step aside and allow the teen to go forward with an abortion.“Justice prevailed today for Jane Doe,” said Brigitte Amiri, an ACLU lawyer who argued for the teen in court.The teen illegally entered the U.S. in September and learned she was pregnant while in federal custody in Texas. She obtained a state court order on Sept. 25 permitting an abortion. But federal officials refused to transport her or temporarily release her so that others could take her for the procedure.HHS argued it had established a policy of “refusing to facilitate” abortions for people in its care. Government lawyers said the teen could ask to be returned to her country of origin instead of seeking an abortion while in HHS’ custody.Lawyers for the teen said government officials were illegally denying medical care to which the teen was entitled, and that the shelter had instead taken her to a crisis pregnancy center. Such centers try to discourage pregnant women from having abortions.Jane’s Due Process, a Texas group that works with minors seeking abortions, said it and other groups had raised private money to pay for the teen’s abortion. It said lawyers appointed to represent the teen’s interests would take her from the South Texas facility where she was being held to and from an abortion clinic.Lawyers for the teen have not identified the teen’s name or country of origin, citing privacy reasons, but have said she was from Central America. But they said the teen feared having her parents find out that she wanted an abortion because she had seen them abuse a sister who was pregnant.The teen was about 15 weeks pregnant, and Texas law bans most abortions after 20 weeks.“It shouldn’t take dozens of lawyers for anyone to get an abortion, and that’s what it took in this case,” said Susan Hays, legal director for Jane’s Due Process.Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who argued in court filings that the teen did not have a constitutional right to an abortion, called the case “tragic” and argued it could “pave the way for anyone outside the United States to unlawfully enter and obtain an abortion.” Paxton noted in his statement that the U.S. Department of Justice did not appeal the circuit court’s ruling to the U.S. Supreme Court.HHS and the Department of Justice did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
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Air New Zealand has launched a new Sustainability Framework as part of its commitment to help supercharge the nation’s success.The airline’s Chief Executive Officer Christopher Luxon unveiled the framework along with several sustainability initiatives at an event for business leaders in Auckland.“We see the success of our business as being inextricably linked to the success of our country – Air New Zealand needs a strong and prosperous New Zealand and in turn, New Zealand needs a successful and thriving national airline,” said Luxon. “Given the significance of this business to New Zealand we have signed ourselves up to a mission and purpose bigger than ourselves – that is to supercharge New Zealand’s success – socially, environmentally and economically.”The airline’s new Sustainability Framework establishes how it will contribute to supercharging New Zealand’s success. The economic, social, and environmental pillars of the framework are supported by six key focus areas – the airline’s people; the communities it operates within; carbon, nature and science; tourism and trade and enterprise.Luxon said Air New Zealand recognises that to be successful in its sustainability journey the airline needs advice from global experts, so it has formed a Sustainability Advisory Panel made up of New Zealand and international experts with specialist knowledge. They are:• Sir Jonathon Porritt, Co-Founder and Director, Forum for the Future (United Kingdom)• Dame Anne Salmond, New Zealand anthropologist, writer and distinguished professor of Maori Studies, University of Auckland (New Zealand)• Rob Fenwick CNZM, entrepreneur, director and conservationist (New Zealand)• Derek Handley, social entrepreneur, Founder of Aera Foundation (New Zealand)• Suzanne Hunt, Founder and President, Hunt-Green LLC and biofuels expert (United States)• Brian Pearce, Chief Economist, International Air Transport Association (Switzerland)Luxon and Air New Zealand’s Chief Flight Operations and Safety Officer, Captain David Morgan, who have responsibility for sustainability at the airline, will also sit on the panel.
When an Aeroflot jet came to a fiery emergency landing in Moscow over the weekend, videos of the accident were posted across social media, revealing that in the midst of the chaos, some travelers apparently used precious moments to grab their carry-on bags.A radio station, Kommersant FM, reported that some passengers slowed evacuation of the plane by trying to retrieve luggage while people behind them tried to exit the plane. The news agency Interfax reported that as some passengers reached for their bags, others were stuck in the single-aisle, Russian-built plane. At least 40 people died.Airplane passengers who insist on getting their belongings out of overhead bins in times of crisis have become a major concern for flight attendants, whose job it is to evacuate planes quickly in times of trouble.“We have seen this issue of passengers trying to get their bags in an emergency over and over again in recent accidents,” said Sara Nelson, president of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA union.“This has been identified as a safety risk by the National Transportation Safety Board and confirmed by the Federal Aviation Administration.”Although plane crashes are rare, many travelers fear flying. Part of that fear stems from anxiety that if something did go wrong on a plane, passengers would be unable to do anything to help themselves.But that’s not quite true. There are steps — besides leaving their carry-ons behind — passengers can take to improve their odds, both before boarding a plane and after taking their seats.Here are some tips.WEAR PRACTICAL CLOTHESWhen dressing for your travels, avoid materials that are very flammable, like nylon and polyester. Try to wear long sleeves and long pants that can protect your skin from potential burns and cuts.“Wear shoes that lace up or stay on,” Nelson said. “No flip-flops, and heels aren’t recommended, especially stilettos. You want something that can be tied onto your feet. Keep the shoes on.”You should also keep your identification cards in a pocket, suggested Frank Jackman, a spokesman for the Flight Safety Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides guidance and resources for the aviation and aerospace industry.IF YOU CAN, TAKE A DIRECT FLIGHTFlying remains one of the safest ways to travel, but a 2017 study by Boeing found that most accidents happen during takeoff or landing. The fewer flights you take, the less taking off and landing you’ll have to do, so …Try to sit toward the back of the plane, in an aisle seat.The Federal Aviation Administration says there is no “best” seat on planes, but many people believe that sitting in the rear of a plane, in an aisle seat, is the safest place to be.A 2015 analysis of flight deaths by Time magazine found that seats in the back third of planes had a 32 percent fatality rate. That compares with 38 percent in the front third and 39 percent in the middle. Though it may be worth noting that in the Aeroflot disaster, the back was the worst place to be: People there were trapped.PAY ATTENTION TO WHERE THE EXITS AREWhen you get on a plane, the first thing you should do is look for the exits. And remember, as flight attendants and safety videos and manuals say, “the nearest exit could be behind you.”“Take note of where you’re sitting and pay attention to what’s happening around you,” Nelson said. “Know where the exits are and who the flight attendants that can help you are.”You should also count the number of rows between your seat and the exit row: If there’s smoke and you can’t see the exit, you can count your way to it.LISTEN TO THE SAFETY BRIEFING, READ THE INSTRUCTION CARDYes, the safety briefing can feel tedious — but it may also save your life. People who pay attention to the briefing, even if they don’t remember everything they are told or everything they read, will have a better idea of what to do in an emergency, Nelson said.“People who pay attention to the safety briefing have awareness around them,” she said.Even Jackman, the Flight Safety Foundation spokesman, tries to keep an ear open. “I can’t say that I listen to the safety briefing with all my attention,” he said, “but it’s worth doing it because it has a lot of important reminders.”KNOW HOW TO BUCKLE, ADJUST AND UNBUCKLE YOUR SEATBELTFirst-time flyers might not know how to put a seatbelt on a plane on, and experienced travelers could have a hard time with it if they are nervous or panicking. But being comfortable with the use of a belt could make a big difference in an emergency.“Knowing how to use your seatbelt could really affect your ability to survive,” Nelson said.KEEP YOUR ELECTRONIC DEVICES TO A MINIMUMIf you need to have your phone, laptop and other devices out, keep cords out of the way. And keep the devices close to you, so they don’t go flying about.“You’re not supposed to have your personal devices plugged in, because that can be a hazard,” Nelson said. “Anything that can move about the cabin when extreme force happens can potentially hurt others on the flight.”LET’S SAY THIS ONE MORE TIMEIf you have to evacuate, leave your things behind. 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By Elias HazouENI’s failure to locate commercially exploitable natural gas reserves in the Amathusa prospect was always the more probable scenario, but regardless, the latest setback should not discourage Cyprus from pressing ahead with its offshore exploration plans, experts tell the Cyprus Mail.At the same time, ENI, following its two back-to-back duds needs a time-out and the government should oblige, energy analyst Charles Ellinas said.The government yesterday declined to comment on reports that ENI requested an extension on their exploration license, which under the current contract expires in February 2016.Energy minister Giorgos Lakkotrypis said, after announcing the results at Amathusa, that the government is reviewing the ENI-KOGAS consortium’s request to re-evaluate their geological model.This re-evaluation could take time, said Constantinos Hadjistassou, a lecturer at the University of Nicosia and a researcher with the KIOS Centre, University of Cyprus.The geological model is essentially a reconstruction of the bedrock structure based on seismic surveys, combined with an analysis of the probability of the presence of hydrocarbons.Since the area around the Amathusa play was previously uncharted territory, the model used by ENI always entailed an element of risk, Hadjistassou explained.“So far, ENI has drilled two wildcat wells, and missed. That is not at all uncommon in the business,” he noted.Now, having taken core samples from the bedrock, and by sharing data with Noble Energy, ENI will form a more accurate picture of the area, so that their next drilling target has more chances of success.ENI’s Amathusa prospect, in Block 9, lies just 10 km from the boundaries of adjoining Block 12 – licensed to Noble Energy – and just 30km from the Aphrodite reservoir.It’s therefore likely that the two neighbouring acreages share similar geologic traits, said Hadjistassou.The Saipem 10000 drill ship will now undergo maintenance work, lasting four to five months. The question is where the ship heads next.It’s understood that ENI were contractually obligated to drill at least four wells by the end of their concession. But with a second miss, it’s unlikely they will return to Cyprus for a third try.Due to the falling oil prices, the company has already made cutbacks and, with nothing to show its shareholders after spending $300m here, will want to move on to more promising prospects elsewhere.ENI have pledged to invest some $5bn in Egypt over the next four years in drilling and development projects. They also have a considerable stake in the Damietta LNG plant.It’s therefore almost a certainty that their next destination in the Mediterranean will be Egypt, specifically the Nile Delta, which has proven to be a prolific site for hydrocarbons, Ellinas said.If that is the case, then the drill ship would be busy there for at least until the end of this year.“My guess is that ENI will be asking for a one-to-two year extension on their contract with Cyprus, and the government ought to grant them the breathing space,” opined Ellinas.“It won’t be until 2017 that oil prices bounce back to a certain extent – but still under $100 a barrel – so until then, companies will avoid high-risk exploration ventures. Authorities here need to take that into consideration and give ENI some leeway.”Cyprus’ proven gas reserves so far amount to 4.5 trillion cubic feet, in the Aphrodite prospect.You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 minute and see why everyone is addictedPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GameUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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