The Isle of Wight motorbike rider on his way to success

Leading Isle of Wight motorcyclist Ryan Whitehall – a road racer with ambitions to compete in the legendary Isle of Man TT – has been making all the right choices since arriving in Northern Ireland. The 25-year-old from Niton recently competed in one of the province’s most prestigious road races, …

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Razgatlioglu leads Friday training at Most

Fresh off his maiden triple win at Donington Park a fortnight ago, Razgatlioglu clocked 1m31.506s in the closing stages of the afternoon session to grab the lead, beating the Jonathan Rea’s FP1 benchmark by almost four tenths of a second. BMW’s Scott Redding briefly topped the timesheets with a 1m32.081s …

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Oil companies need a ‘seat at the table’ for a net-zero workplace transition, says regulatory expert in panel discussion with United Renewables CEO

United Renewables Limited Governments may soon find that the scale of the decarbonization challenge leaves them with no choice but to work with oil and gas companies, says Paul Beijer, director of GR-IQ. Governments may soon find that the scale of the decarbonization challenge leaves them with no choice but …

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Keep Cool and Carry On: Readers’ Favorite Trips to Escape the Heat | Holidays in Ireland

Winning tip: County Sligo, Ireland The west coast of Ireland remains one of the best places in the summer if you want to escape the heat. With temperatures rarely (if ever) above 20°C and weather straight from the Atlantic, the inevitable rain will make you appreciate the bursts of sunshine …

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Armoy Road Races: Davey Todd ‘excited’ for ‘Race of Legends’ offer with Clive Padgett’s Honda team

Todd edged out Mullingar man Derek McGee to clinch second place last summer at the County Antrim meeting on an aging Wilson Craig Honda Fireblade, which he rode only for the first time at the training during the national road race. The 26-year-old is having a memorable season this year, …

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I Participated in the Deadly Isle of Man TT Motorcycle Race and Survived – Robb Report

We wait for the sacred blow of the starter on the left shoulder, lined up one by one like paratroopers ready for an imminent launch into the unknown. Our equivalent is launching the infamous Isle of Man Tourism Trophy (TT), the annual competition held on a 221 square mile island …

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UK Register of Foreign Entities

Provisions relating to the registration of land transactions with or by a foreign entity in UK land registers will come into force on 5 September 2022. Where the foreign entity already owns property in the UK and acquired that property after 1 January 1999 in England and Wales, after …

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Bullet casings indicate right to be suspect in Utica

A Utica man is facing multiple charges after a police investigation into a shorts-shooting incident that began around 11:30 p.m. Friday, July 22, 2022. Officers were called to the 1200 block of City Street after receiving a call about a shooting incident. Witnesses at the scene showed UPD members several …

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Missing Stirlingshire man found ‘safe and sound’

Missing Stirlingshire man found ‘safe and sound’ Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s “f” mark. Google An icon …

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The elite cycling event continues today

Road closures on parts of the TT course throughout the day The Isle of Man continues to host elite cycling competition from today. The Manx International Stage Race kicked off on Friday and is part of Britain’s annual national road race series. Roads will be closed around the TT course …

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Keely Hodgkinson relishes Athing Mu’s challenge in 800m final

Great Britain’s Keely Hodgkinson is ready to party as she chases world gold. The 20-year-old reached the final of the World Championships in the 800m on Sunday after coming through in her semi-final on Friday night in Eugene. It puts her on a collision course with American Athing Mu – …

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Are you going in the summer?

It’s the festive season, but are flight cancellation issues deterring Manxes from heading overseas? The Isle of Man Examiner asked the public on the promenade if travel disruption had changed their plans and when was the last time they were off the island. Neil Ferns, from Onchan, last traveled abroad …

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Where UK overseas property is investing…

A new breakdown has been released of the nationalities of overseas buyers investing in UK homes – believed to be predominantly buy-to-let and often multiple unit buyers. Research, from mortgage broker Henry Dannell, shows that when it comes to the most active overseas buyers, Hong Kong is leading …

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Newark police father and son charged with trying to cover up man’s death

An off-duty Newark police officer and his father, a Newark police lieutenant, have been charged in the death of a pedestrian they are accused of trying to cover up. Damian Dymka, a 29-year-old nurse from Garfield, was struck and killed by Officer Louis Santiago as she walked on the shoulder …

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10 things we forgot about the BSA Bantam

The BSA Bantam is a motorcycle driven and loved by everyone in the world; from sheep farmers in Australia to servicemen in the army and navy. Even postmen in Britain used the Bantam for their deliveries. Many people around the world have fascinating stories about their experiences with the Bantam. …

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Ballyduff’s O’Carroll makes his Isle of Man debut he ‘could only dream of’

Anthony O’Carroll’s rise to road racing stardom continues after a week the Ballyduff man “could only dream of”. In the space of ten days, he contested three different race meetings in two different countries. Last weekend marked its fifth meeting in the past month having contested the Mondello Masters, Skerries, …

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Bloody Friday Belfast explodes ‘as lively now as it was 50 years ago’ – victim’s daughter

The day Belfast city center was devastated by 22 bombs in around 80 minutes seems as vivid today as it did 50 years ago, the daughter of one of the nine people killed has said. Lynda van Cuylenburg’s father, Jackie Gibson, 45, a bus driver, died in an explosion at …

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10 things motorcycle enthusiasts forgot about the Norton F1

The Norton F1 is a unique and exclusive hand-built rotary engine superbike. The rotary motorbike gets more addictive the more you ride it, but it’s quite hard to get your hands on it today. Only 140 Norton F1s were built, and they come in a single livery: black with gold …

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“It is only because of your children that I do not impose immediate custody”

A woman who tried to smuggle money off the island in a pram has been given a suspended sentence. Georgina Jane Anita Powell was arrested on July 3 at the Sea Terminal when police found the hidden £9,940 after a sniffer dog raised suspicion. After pleading guilty to attempting to …

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Michael Dunlop breaks his duck but Davey Todd is champion after a fivefold

Davey Todd scored a hat-trick yesterday at the Southern 100 and clinched the prestigious solo championship title for the first time on a record-breaking day in the Isle of Man. allymoney’s Michael Dunlop also took his first Supersport class victory of the week at the Billown course on his MD …

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ROM vs IM Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Game 11, Pitch Report and Injury Updates for Match 12 of Europe T20 World Cup 2022 Qualifier A

Satwik Nadigotla is a good choice of captain for this game. Romania will face Isle of Man in the 12th match of the T20 World Cup Europe Qualifier A 2022, at the Kerava National Cricket Ground in Kerava. (Image credit: Twitter) Insight: Romania will face Isle of Man in the …

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ICC T20 WC Europe Qualifier Group A 2022 All matches

ICC T20 WC Europe Qualifier Group A 2022 All matches ©MCG Here are the Fantasy Cricket predictions and betting tips for the 2022 ICC European Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifying Group A to be played in Finland. Italy vs Sweden Italy sit first in the 2022 ICC Men’s European T20 …

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Flight diverted mid-flight due to airport closure

A flight from London to the Isle of Man was diverted mid-flight on Sunday due to the closure of the Isle of Man airport. Richard Slee’s flight from London City to the Isle of Man was hijacked and forced to land in Liverpool instead due to the closure. Four flights …

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Don’t Fall Prey to “The $43 Billion Scam”: Business Email Compromise Schemes on the Rise for Construction Companies – Construction and Planning

July 14, 2022 Adams and Reese To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. As updated statistics from the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center show, business email compromise (BEC) programs are increasingly putting money transfers at risk. Between June …

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Newmark: The announcement of the financial results for the second quarter of 2022 will be published before the opening of the markets on Friday July 29, 2022

Newmark Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: NMRK) (“Newmark” or “the Company“), a leading full-service commercial real estate services company, today announced the schedule for its press release and conference call on second quarter 2022 financial results. The call will take place at 10:00 a.m. …

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First Southern 100 win is just awesome, says Davey Todd as Michael Dunlop walked away deflated

A jubilant Davey Todd said he was “thrilled” to claim his first Southern 100 win last night after a dominating performance in the first senior race. Milenco by Padgett’s Honda rider took the honors over 19 seconds ahead of Ballymoney’s Michael Dunlop (Buildbase Suzuki), while impressive Manxman Nathan Harrison (Steam …

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Scotland’s rare algae-eating sheep – BBC Travel

In the years following the construction of the levee, when the human population of the island still numbered in the hundreds, one of the first tasks of the sheep court was to divide the levee of sheep into “chains”, a measurement of length used to apportion the responsibility of the …

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Inside the Isle of Man Examiner: How an act of Good Samaritan went horribly wrong

The main story in this week’s Examiner is about a rapist who has now been imprisoned. The deemster has some harsh words about him. We also talk to the police and victim support. Also on the front page are problems for passengers whose flights could not reach Ronaldsway in time. …

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Southern 100: Dean Harrison takes Superbike pole and tops Supersport times | Michael Dunlop second fastest on Buildbase Suzuki

Harrison scored a marker in the second qualifying session with the fastest lap overall at 113.732mph on his DAO Racing Kawasaki as the event returned to the 4.25-mile Billown course on the Isle of Man. The Yorkshire rider was 1.895 seconds quicker than Ballymoney’s Michael Dunlop, who clocked his fastest …

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Stagecoach cut Thanet services and change route – The Isle Of Thanet News

Stagecoach Thanet Loop (archive image) The Stagecoach bus company is cutting a number of its services in Thanet. From August 28, there will be timetable changes affecting lines 8, 8A, 8X, 9, 32, 34, 45 and Loop. School time services 932, 933, 943, 946, 948, 949 and 989 will also …

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Race for PM heats up as Tories race to take sides

The Tories are racing to take sides in the race to become the new prime minister after Rishi Sunak said he was aiming for the top job. Former equality minister Kemi Badenoch is said to be the latest to throw her hat in the ring, with a plan for a …

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House prices up 6.7% in Malta

Photo: Miguela Xuereb Tista’ taqra bil- Malta. In the first quarter of 2022, house prices in Malta, as measured by the house price index, increased by 6.7%. According to provisional figures from the National Statistics Office, this increase is mainly due to the evolution of the house price index which …

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Hickman secures WorldSBK Wildcard entry at Donington Park

Press release | July 7, 2022 The FHO Racing BMW team is set to make its FIM Superbike World Championship debut with rider Peter Hickman at Donington Park later this month. The event will mark the first time Faye Ho’s team has competed in a World Championship naval event, although …

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Start a new life in Orkney

The sky is huge in Orkney. Few trees interrupt the view, just a wide expanse of blues, grays, greens and, at sunset, bright oranges. It is this sky, says Lynne Collinson, that testifies to her love for this place and the opportunities it brought in her 60s. “You feel like …

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Isle of Wight ride raises thousands for brain tumor research

Submitted for publication by Brain Tumor Research On Sunday July 3, two groups of cyclists saddled up on the Isle of Wight trek to cycle 68 miles around the island or twice around the island, making a total of 136 miles. Event organizer and cycling enthusiast Simon Tier was joined …

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Michael Sweeney eyes Superbike title success

Fan-favorite Michael Sweeney toasted his second Irish hat-trick of the season with a dominating hat-trick at the Country Crest Skerries 100 yesterday. he Republic of Ireland rider is now aiming to win the Superbike title for the first time after extending his lead at the top of the standings. Sweeney, …

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The best holiday islands in France – and when to visit them

Corsica If the Caribbean is very attractive, it is not necessary to cross an ocean to land on a French island bathed in sunshine. Corsica is perhaps the most obvious piece of the Gallic seaside puzzle – the fourth largest outcrop in the Mediterranean and the largest to steal the …

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Norton V4SV: How much motorcycle do you get for €62,000? A lot actually…

This momentum carried Norton into the 1960s. Then the Japanese arrived and the brand retreated. It seemed, for the most part, that the last people to really appreciate these bikes were our grandparents. In 2008, after years of afterthoughts, the company was acquired by Stuart Garner. Garner was to be …

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Plans submitted for a UK medicinal cannabis research and production facility

A £150 million medicinal cannabis research and production facility in the UK has been proposed by developer Peel NRE for the Isle of Man. Recently, the legislation changed to allow the cultivation of cannabis on the island and its export. This was an effort to position the Isle of Man …

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Peter Angelos built an Orioles baseball, law and real estate empire in Baltimore. Will a family feud shatter the kingdom? | Sports

BALTIMORE – It’s an empire built piece by piece, but stretching far and wide across the Baltimore area and beyond – thanks to real estate that includes a downtown landmark and a renowned horse farm, at an aggressive law firm that has won billions of dollars for workers injured by …

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An online ‘toolkit’ to help Manx businesses adopt sustainable practices

UCM masters student hopes companies will find the advice ‘useful’ An online ‘toolkit’ has been published by UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man to help Manx businesses adopt more sustainable practices. It was set up by Emma Sayle, a Masters student in Sustainable Business and Practices at University College Isle of …

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The Last Island ‹ Literary Center

The following is taken from the forthcoming novel by Zülfü Livaneli the last island, which revolves around a former president who moves to a remote island. Hoping to bring order to island life, the president seeks to rid it of its “anarchic” components. As he begins to act more and …

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The oldest Bentley in existence celebrates its Isle of Man TT victory 100 years ago

The oldest Bentley celebrates a significant 100th anniversary. The Isle of Man Tourist Trophy is one of the most famous motor races in the world. his sense of danger and thrill has never failed to impress drivers and racing enthusiasts everywhere. It was there that the second Bentley ever made, …

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Bangor’s New Bodega / School Homicide / Million Dollar Houses

Today is Wednesday. Temperatures will be in the mid-70s to low-80s, with plenty of sunshine throughout the state. Find out here what the weather will be like for the rest of the day. Here’s the latest information on gasoline prices in Maine. Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today. …

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Dichen Lachman, Willa Fitzgerald, Ron Perlman and Harvey Keitel gear up for ‘Joe Baby’ – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Dichen Lachman (Breakup), Willa Fitzgerald (Reach), Ron Perlman (alley of nightmares) and Harvey Keitel will headline Steven Brand’s noir feature film, Joe babywhich ended production in Mississippi. The film based on Drew Fine’s novel centers on Lachman’s character of the same name – a “collector” for a private detective, …

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June 2023 deadline for new Isle of Man ferry terminal in Liverpool ‘still realistic’

News about ferries and car ferries The Irish Sea ferry industry is like any other sector of the shipping industry in that it is made up of a myriad of ship operators, owners, managers, charterers who all contribute to providing a network of routes sailed by a variety of vessels …

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Maréchal signs up for the now open Manx Grand Prix – Energy FM

Mon 27 Jun 2022 Those interested in competing in this year’s Manx Grand Prix can now apply. Login sessions were made available through the TTMA website. Once a person has registered online, they will then be able to complete the two required online training modules. Anyone who has previously competed …

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Tick ​​tock: Overseas entities, are you ready to beat the check-in clock? Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022 – Real Estate

June 27, 2022 Lewis Silkin To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. As widely announced in recent months, the government has accelerated new legislation to “tackle corrupt elites and dirty money” and to “provide transparency about who ultimately …

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By-election losses bite but PM pushes ahead with plans

Boris Johnson has entered a new week hoping to put two tough by-election defeats behind him as he seeks to bolster confidence in his leadership for now – if not the next decade. The Prime Minister is meeting his counterparts at the G7 summit in Germany on the latest leg …

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Michael Dunlop relishes the chance to impersonate Uncle Joey again as he prepares to launch a bid for Imatra’s joy

Michael Dunlop is set to follow in the footsteps of his uncle Joey next weekend by riding the iconic Imatra course in Finland. ive time Formula 1 TT world champion Joey won at Imatra en route to his fifth consecutive title in 1986 and 36 years later his nephew Michael …

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Private islands still exist in Florida, attracting the mega-rich in a booming market

A thin strip of asphalt stretches out into the Atlantic Ocean south of Islamorada and leads to an idyllic-looking private island. Patti Stanley, real estate agent Coldwell Banker Schmitt, is one of the few to have set foot there. She represented the former owner, who sold the nearly 16-acre land …

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Cold, cold winter in prospect as potential energy crisis looms in Ireland – The Irish Times

For generations, keeping the lights on has been almost entirely a matter of science, regulation, and the mundane task of operating large systems involved in the generation and transmission of electrons. But since Russia invaded Ukraine, that has been reversed, says Paul Deane, a researcher at University College Cork. “Energy …

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5 questions to Dominick Infante from Subaru

It’s no secret that one of the perks of the automotive writing gig is the ability to travel. Even with tight deadlines, cramped airplane cabins and jet lag, reaching a distant destination to drive a new vehicle is almost always a pleasure. For years, Dominick Infante, director of communications at …

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Farewell to Neil, a Manx meat champion

Isle of Man Meats has paid tribute to outgoing Tesco Douglas store manager Neil Connell, describing him as an ‘unsung hero of local produce’ for his efforts to bring Manx produce to the shelves of the island’s largest supermarket . Neil is set to retire shortly after four and a …

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New President for Conister Bank – Energy FM

Thu, Jun 23, 2022 Conister Bank has a new president. John Spellman, who served as a director of Conister for two years, succeeds David Gibson, who retired as chairman of the bank and a director of its parent company, Manx Financial Group. During the pandemic, Conister, as an independent bank …

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The positives amid a dismal 2022 Isle of Man TT

Isle of Man TT boss Paul Phillips said there were significant positives to take from the first edition of this year’s historic event in three years, although they are overshadowed by what was a particularly heartbreaking edition of the historic event. Marred by crashes that saw five competitors lose their …

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TUI robbery ‘nightmare’ as police call and woman goes into labor

A woman has described a TUI flight ‘from hell’ where police were called on board and a woman gave birth. Council worker Naomii Thomas, 36, was on the delayed flight from Cape Verde to Bristol on June 8 when passengers reported he was ‘briefly bouncing’ at Bristol airport, before departing …

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40 photos of William to celebrate his 40th birthday

Forty photos chronicling the life of the Duke of Cambridge have been compiled to celebrate his 40th birthday. William, who takes the milestone on Tuesday, is pictured going through the years, from his early days as a newborn in his mother’s arms and as a toddler trying to walk, to …

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Cortlandville man arrested over child pornography allegations

A Cortland County man is under arrest following a child pornography investigation. According to a written statement from the New York State Police, investigators from the Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) at the barracks in Homer, New York, worked with the Troop C Computer Crimes Unit and the Internet Crimes …

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Nine of the 171 flights canceled during the TT fortnight

Nine flights were canceled during the TT fortnight, the chief minister told the House of Keys. Five out of 71 EasyJet flights were cancelled, along with four out of 100 Loganair flights over the two-week period. This was in response to a question posed by Arbory, Castletown and Malew MHK …

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How much freedom is too much?

I think most of us agree that our government should play a major role in protecting us. Certainly, the government has a job to do to protect us from others. The military is established and maintained primarily to protect us from foreign invaders. The police and other law enforcement agencies …

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Bournemouth beach covered in rubbish as 50,000 people descend on the area – with more to come this weekend

Rubbish was strewn across Bournemouth beach after a night of partying in the popular Dorset hotspot. The city saw temperatures of up to 26C and the evening remained warm, prompting people to stay outside to party. In an image shared from the west of the central pier, rubbish can be …

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The coal organization irritated by the tax hike

Queensland Treasurer, Cameron Dick. Photo: Supplied Marty Silk, AAP and Staff Writers Queensland’s leading mining sector body has claimed the Palaszczuk government’s decision to raise coal royalties in the next state budget could put regional jobs and mining projects at risk. Queensland Resources Council chief executive Ian Macfarlane said tax …

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Queen Latifah’s housing development company to build homes in her hometown

There’s a reason we call her Queen – she always watches over her people. News 12 recently reported that the artist and tycoon has struck a new deal to create new homes in Newark, NJ through his real estate development company, Blue Sugar Corporation. “For me, Newark is ours. Newark …

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Region’s thriving real estate industry celebrated with awards | North West Real Estate News

World-class projects and landmark deals have been recognized at the Liverpool City Region Property Awards 2022 alongside the companies that have delivered them. Held at the Titanic Hotel in Liverpool last night, the event was hosted by comedian Hal Cruttenden and featured the Future Ambition Award which was voted on …

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Knockhill nods to Honda Racing UK for crazy…

This weekend (June 17-19), the Honda Racing UK team returns to action in the Bennetts British Superbike Championship after competing in the Isle of Man TT Races, round four of the British Superbike Series taking place on the Scottish circuit of Knockhill. Glenn Irwin comes into the weekend having made …

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Top eight moments from the 2022 Isle of Man TT

Davey Todd goes down the mountain (twice) As the TT fortnight approached, all eyes were on rising road racing star Davey Todd. The 26-year-old from Saltburn, North Yorkshire was due to ride for the factory Honda team in 2020, before it all came to a screeching halt. While it may …

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Don’t Fall For This Alarming Real Estate Myth

Yesou often hear that the longer you rent a house, the more money you waste. On the other hand, if you buy a house to live in rather than renting one, you will have the opportunity to accumulate equity in an asset that is likely to increase in value over …

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Chief Minister announces ‘mini-reshuffle’ – 3FM Isle of Man

Chris Thomas (MHK) replaces Tim Crookall as Minister for Infrastructure. It’s part of a mini ‘reshuffle’ announced by the Chief Minister earlier today. Meanwhile, Mr Crookall will be transferred to the Department of Enterprises (DfE). This follows the transfer of Dr Alex Allinson from the DfE to the Treasury last …

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Hush ‘Deck Disco’ will come to ferry operator Wightlink for Isle of Wight festival goers

A ‘Deck Disco’ set up by DJs from Isle of Wight-based Hush will bring musical entertainment to Wightlink at its Portsmouth car ferry terminal on June 16. The company typically hosts quiet nightclubs, but the trio of DJs will turn up the volume on the car’s upper deck to get …

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Was the 2022 Isle of Man TT a farewell to a king?

This is the question that has dominated the preparation for the 2022 Isle of Man TT: will this year be John McGuinness’ swan song? Never likely to make the cover of Vogue or be the guest of honor for Los Angeles celebrities, McGuinness will never have the profile of some …

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Isle of Man TT: the deadliest race in the world

The Isle of Man TT, the deadliest race in the world, returned this weekend after two back-to-back COVID cancellations. Unfortunately, so do the dead. Driving the news: Five competitors died in this year’s event, the second largest ever behind 1970 (six). Among them were Roger and Bradley Stockton, a father-son …

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2022 Isle of Man TT: organizers launch ‘thorough investigation’ into deaths of five riders | road race

Mark Purslow, Cesar Chanal, Davy Morgan, Roger Stockton and his son Bradley are all dead. This is the highest death toll in a single year since 1970, when six motorcyclists lost their lives. A statement read: “ACU Events Ltd, the race organizers of the Isle of Man TT Races have …

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Man over 70 dies near end of Jersey Shore 3-mile swim race

LOWER TOWNSHIP – A man aged at least 70 died while competing in the annual Open Water Classic on Sunday morning. The victim was near the end of the 3-mile race around 8:30 a.m. when he began to struggle, according to event organizer DelMo Sports and the Delaware River & …

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First heavy rains of the year reveal Cuba’s weak spots

With the hurricane season just beginning People walk down a street during heavy rain, in the municipality of Cerro, Havana, in early June 2022. Studies in Cuba recognize that good risk management and risk reduction at the local level can reduce the adverse consequences of natural disasters. Photo: Jorge Luis …

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Breaking News: World’s Greatest Surfing Attraction Kelly Slater Drops El Salvador Pro Hours Before Contest Starts Due To Injury!

Hi all Saint Mick. Isn’t a living surfer, pro or not, who has emerged from the chrysalis of his boozy twenties, brainless and spineless, and transformed into such a soulful butterfly like three-time world champion Mick Fanning. Fanning, who turns 42 on Monday and grew up in Tweed Heads, where …

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What Petter Solberg did with the Isle of Man TT – DirtFish

I thought rally drivers were tough. And we are. But what I saw this week kinda changed my mind about being really tough. If you want to know what’s really hard, try TT week. I know I’m not really allowed to swear here, but holy shit! These guys are in …

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Final Isle of Man TT Race Day schedule revised due to bad weather

Wednesday was due to feature the Supersport class’ second outing at the 2022 TT, with the race scheduled for 6:30 p.m. local time having been pushed back due to the uncertainty of the morning weather. But while the Supertwin race went off without a hitch at 3pm, bad weather around …

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Artificial reefs built from the sun and seawater will protect the Isle of Man

What you will learn: The protective advantage of artificial reefs. The electrolysis technology used to build the reef. What will power the reef formation system? How the control systems will generate data to create a “digital” reef. The first-ever deep-water marina planned for the Irish Sea will be protected from …

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The remains of a ‘huge’ killer dinosaur discovered in the UK

The remains of Europe’s largest land hunter who was over 10 meters long and lived 125 million years ago have been found on the Isle of Wight. Several prehistoric bones belonging to the two-legged, crocodile-faced spinosaurid dinosaur have been discovered on the island off the south coast of England and …

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Union warns Red Funnel strike action could cause ‘serious disruption’

A union representing some Red Funnel workers has warned that a potential pay strike could cause “serious disruption” to and from the Isle of Wight. Unite, which makes up around 20% of the ferry company‘s workforce, says some workers are having to turn to food banks because of low wages, …

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DOJ Announces First Targets of Task Force KleptoCapture, Elite Anti-Money Laundering Initiative Created to Stop Russian Oligarchs and Their Co-Conspirators in the International ‘Invisible Economy’ | Cranfill Sumner LLP

[co-author: Christian Smith-Bishop – clerk] At the end of May, a court in Fiji, a Pacific island state, upheld on appeal[1] the detention of the 348 feet Amedee, which is believed to be owned by Russian oligarch Suleiman Kerimov, whose wealth comes largely from his 76% stake in Russia’s largest …

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