FNM Leader Says Fire Fitzgerald

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, April 24, 2017 – Nassau- Following the admission of reaching out for help with the Baha Mar resort on behalf of his father, Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald has come under attack from Free National Movement Leader Dr. Hurbert Minnis. Fitzgerald has also fired back.Fitzgerald lamented that the FNM leader did not attend the opening ceremony of the Baha Mar resort, saying “he should be ashamed of himself”, words Minnis used to describe Fitzgerald’s actions.Minnis has said if Fitzgerald was honorable he would resign, “but he has no shame and so I call upon prime Minister Christie to fire him so that he will not continue to sully the good name of The Bahamas.“Additionally, in the absence of the Prime Minister not firing him, I call upon all Bahamians to fire them all and vote them out”, he said. #MagneticMediaNews#FNMLeaderSaysFireFitzgerald Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp STATEMENT FROM THE MINISTRY OF TOURISM ON RECENT SHOOTING OF VISITOR Related Items:#fitzgerald, #fnmleadersaysfirefitzgerald, #magneticmedianews, Sheri-kae McLeodcenter_img American Tourist Shot in TCI, In Serious Condition at Hospital in Florida Recommended for you Dionisio D’Aguilar Introduced As CTO’s New Chairmanlast_img read more

Delhis tryst with mangoes

first_imgArvind Kejriwal appreciated the festival and complimented the efforts of Delhi Tourism, in keeping the tradition of organizing this unique event alive from the past 27 years, which offers a delectable display of mango varieties under one roof.The 27th Mango Festival showcased over 500 varieties of mangoes, which were on display at the event. The various types of mangoes on display included Langra, Chausa, Amrapali, Rataul, Hussainara, Ramkela, Kesar, Fazri, Mallika and other assorted varieties. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The exhibition at the festival also offered sale of processed mango items including products like pickles, jam, chutney, mango pulp, mango juice, jelly, aam papad, and aam panna.The Mango festival also featured an array of recreational events and activities associated with mango, like mango eating competition for women and men, mango quiz and mango slogan writing competition for children, magic show and cultural performances. Dilli Haat, Janakpuri saw a large number of visitors on the very first day of the festival. The display this year also showcases mangoes, which are as small as a grape and as big as a papaya.last_img read more

Cable operator Ono stabilised its customer base an

first_imgCable operator Ono stabilised its customer base and grew its revenues and EBITDA in the first quarter, despite tough economic conditions in Spain.Ono ended the quarter with 4.387 million revenue-generating units, up 0.1% year-on-year. The company said that over 60% of its base with access to its fibre network could now sign up to its TiVo advanced TV service. Ono said that 85% of its base now took at least two services, while 40% took a triple-play package. ARPU reached €52.10, up from €51 a year earlier.Ono grew its internet base by 1.5%, with about 530,000 customers, or 37% of the total, taking high-speed internet services of 30, 50 and 100Mbps. Ono now has 1.79 million residential fibre subscribers, with 1.428 million internet customers, 906,000 TV customers and 1.697 million telephony customers.Ono posted revenues of €383 million, up 5%, and EBITDA of €186 million, up 4%.last_img read more

French police have broken up a Rennesbased piracy

first_imgFrench police have broken up a Rennes-based piracy ring that was operating about 20 sites under an overarching platform named beinsport-streaming.com.The Groupe Cybercriminalité de la Section de Recherches de la Gendarmerie Nationale de Rennes led an investigation into the pirate operation following a joint complaint by pay TV operators Canal+, BeIN Sports and RMC Sport in collaboration with the antipiracy outfit the Association de Lutte contre la Piraterie Audiovisuelle (ALPA).Beinsport-streaming.com, which has now been shut down, offered illicit live streamed sports coverage of events for which rights had been awarded to the three complainants. The pirate outfit’s sites were visited by close to 500,000 internet users a month over a six-month period.The charges likely to be laid against those arrested include counterfeiting and money laundering, carrying the possible penalty of a 10-year jail term  and a fine of €750,000.The pay TV services affected by the pirate operation and ALPA said that piracy of live sports was rapidly increasing, with an ongoing impact on the sports ecosystem spanning both professional and amateur sports as well as the pay TV industry.Five French nationals were arrested in the operation. About €260,000 in cash, bank accounts and equipment were also seized.last_img read more