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Saturday, June 23, 2018

Bombardier, Toronto union reach agreement ahead of strike deadline

Bombardier, Toronto union reach agreement ahead of strike deadline Allison Lampert 2 MIN READ MONTREAL (Reuters) - Canadian workers who assemble Bombardier Inc’s (BBDb.TO) turboprops and the company’s new top-of-the-line business jet on Saturday reached a tentative agreement with the company just hours ahead of a strike deadline, the union said. A Bombardier logo is pictured during the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) at Geneva Airport, Switzerland May 28, 2018. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse Unifor, the union representing the 1,600 workers, has previously said its members were looking for a three-year contract with greater job security on the company’s strong-selling Global 7500 business jet, among other demands. Bombardier Inc 5.25 BBDB.TOTORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE -0.05(-0.94%) BBDb.TO BBDb.TO A Bombardier spokesman confirmed that a tentative agreement has been reached. Union members are set vote on Sunday to ratify the agreement. The long-range jet, which is to enter service this year, is a critical part of Bombardier’s strategy to grow business aircraft revenues to $8.5 billion in 2020, up from $5 billion in 2017. Union workers at Bombardier’s Downsview plant in Canada’s largest city Toronto assemble several large-cabin business jets, along with the Q400 turboprops. The union talks follow Bombardier’s May announcement that it had agreed to sell the sprawling Downsview site, the company’s largest land asset, to a Canadian pension fund for approximately $635 million. Bombardier will continue to operate from Downsview for a period of up to three years, with two optional one-year extension periods

Sunday, May 27, 2018

QIA fund becomes strategic partner of ROSNEFT

HomeBusiness News Qatari fund becomes strategic partner of Russia’s Rosneft Published time: 7 May, 2018 11:47 Get short URL Qatari fund becomes strategic partner of Russia’s Rosneft Buildings are seen on a coast line in Doha, Qatar © Naseem Zeitoon / Reuters An agreement which provides for the acquisition of an 18.93 percent stake in Russian oil giant Rosneft by Qatar sovereign fund (QIA) is strategic, according to company spokesman Mikhail Leontyev. He told RIA Novosti that QIA will become a major shareholder in Rosneft, along with the British oil company BP. Under the deal which was announced Friday, QIA will own 18.93 percent of Rosneft, becoming the third-largest shareholder after the Russian state, which holds 50 percent and, BP with 19.75 percent. “A very strategically important deal took place... Qatar, represented by the QIA fund, becomes the direct shareholder and strategic partner for Rosneft,” Leontyev said, adding that the Russian company is satisfied with the decision. Read more © Nikolay KorchekovRussia targets strategic Chinese energy market “This is a completely different level of relations and cooperation. The market will see a range of bilateral international projects that we are going to develop together…” He explained that from the investment point of view, QIA is a very good partner with “obvious resources.” In 2016, the consortium of QIA and the Swiss commodity trader Glencore bought a 19.5 percent stake in Rosneft. Later, they announced the sale of 14.16 percent of the shares in that stake to the Chinese energy company CEFC. The value of the transaction was estimated at $9.1 billion. On Friday, the agreement with CEFC has been terminated, with the stake intended for sale to the Chinese firm to be transferred to a subsidiary of QIA. The companies have also announced dissolving the consortium. Glencore will receive €3.7 billion as a result of the transaction and keep the 0.57 percent stake in Rosneft. According to Leontyev, Glencore has successfully completed its participation in the transaction and, as a trader, it has other tasks.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

SNC-Lavalin settles shareholder class actions in Ontario and Quebec, to pay $88M

SNC Lavalin offices in Montreal The offices of SNC Lavalin are seen Monday, March 26, 2012 in Montreal. (THE CANADIAN PRESS / Ryan Remiorz) The Canadian Press Published Tuesday, May 22, 2018 11:41AM EDT MONTREAL - SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. says it has agreed to settle two class action lawsuits filed on behalf of shareholders in 2012 over allegations of misleading investors about its activities in Libya. The company says it will contribute $88 million to the settlement of the cases in Ontario and Quebec. The agreement is subject to court approval. The lawsuits were among the consequences of alleged payments made by SNC-Lavalin to members, associates and agents of the Gadhafi regime to secure contracts for infrastructure projects in Libya. The law suits were filed on behalf of SNC shareholders after its shares plunged in 2012 after the company announced an investigation into millions in undocumented payments and said its 2011 earnings would be less than expected. The company says it has since initiated a series of significant changes and enhancements to reinforce its ethics and compliance procedures.

Monday, May 14, 2018

MIDEAST STOCKS-Qatar outperforms on hopes MSCI may boost weightings of bluechips

Reuters Staff 4 MIN READ * Qatar National Bank, Industries Qatar surge * Retail flows increase in Saudi ahead of MSCI decision * Emaar supports Dubai shares * Etisalat’s 2 pct gain lifts Abu Dhabi By Saeed Azhar DUBAI, May 14 (Reuters) - Qatar stocks rose more than one percent on Monday, leading among Gulf markets, as investors bet that index-compiler MSCI will increase weightings for some of the country’s top blue-chip companies in its emerging market index review. Banking stocks drove Saudi shares higher as investors also hoped MSCI will upgrade Riyadh next month to emerging market status, following FTSE Russell’s similar decision in March. Qatari stocks ended the day 1.3 percent higher, fuelled by 3.4 percent gains in Qatar National Bank and a 2.7 percent rise in Industries Qatar. The two market heavyweights are among Qatari companies which have raised their foreign ownership limits to 49 percent from 25 percent, in an attempt to boost the weight of their stocks in emerging market indexes. The results of MSCI’s semi-annual index review will be announced late on Monday and the changes will take effect at the end of this month. The Saudi index closed 0.6 percent higher at 8,071 points, with Al Rajhi Bank - the kingdom’s second largest bank by assets and one of the main beneficiaries of a huge inflow of foreign money this year - up 1.3 percent. Samba Financial Group gained 1.7 percent. “We expect Saudi to do well in the run up to the MSCI announcement – the index closing above the 8000 mark is a healthy sign and we see retail as well as the opportunistic foreign investors to come in,” said Vrajesh Bhandari, a portfolio manager at Dubai-based Al Mal Capital. “Banks reported good set of numbers. Going forward, we expect the sector to witness better loan growth post summer as well, benefiting from the substantial base of non-interest bearing deposits in this context of higher interest rates.” In Abu Dhabi, telecommunications firm Etisalat rose 2.2 percent, helping the stock index to close 0.5 percent higher. Investors saw a bargain in the stock after it lagged the index this year on concerns over earnings growth. It reported a flat first quarter net profit last month amid higher expenses and impairments. The stock is still down 6.6 percent so far this year. Dana Gas dropped 2.8 percent, giving up much of its gains a day earlier when it surged 3.9 percent after announcing that it had struck a deal with creditors on restructuring $700 million of sukuk. This will possibly bring to an end a nearly year-long legal row that spooked investors in Islamic finance. In Dubai, the index closed 0.5 percent up, helped by Emaar Properties which rose 1.2 percent. Larger gains were prevented by profit-taking in lender Emirates NBD which closed almost 2 percent lower. Despite Monday’s losses, Emirates NBD is up 22 percent so far this year, outperforming a weak stock market that has been weighed down by property stocks. SAUDI ARABIA * The index rose 0.6 percent to 8,071 points. DUBAI * The index rose 0.5 percent to 2,905 points. ABU DHABI * The index rose 0.5 percent to 4,447 points. QATAR * The index climbed 1.3 percent to 8,934 points. KUWAIT * The index fell 0.5 percent to 4,765 points. BAHRAIN * The index was flat at 1,272 points. OMAN * The index was flat at 4,690 points. EGYPT * The index fell 1.2 percent to 16,984 points. (editing by David Stamp)

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Golshifteh Farahani , An Iranian Actress (Persian: گلشیفته فراهانی‎)

Golshifteh Farahani (Persian: گلشیفته فراهانی‎, born 10 July 1983) is an Iranian actress, musician and singer. Golshifteh has acted in 25 films, many of which have received international recognition. She was nominated for the Most Promising Actress Award for The Patience Stone at the 2014 Cesar Awards in France, and won the Best Actress Award for Boutique from the 26th Nantes Three Continents Festival (France). In recent years she has played a leading role in movies by well-known Iranian and international directors, including Asghar Farhadi, Bahman Ghobadi, Rasool Mollagholipoor, Jim Jarmusch, Ridley Scott, Joachim Rønning, and Espen Sandberg. She had a leading role in the drama About Elly, which won Best Picture at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival and a won a Silver Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival. She has not worked in her native Iran since, having courted controversy, and currently resides in France.[1] Contents [hide] 1 Early life 2 2012–present 3 Non-film work 4 Controversy 5 Filmography 6 Awards and nominations 7 Theater performance 8 Music video 9 Concerts 10 See also 11 References 12 External links Early life[edit] Golshifteh Farahani was born on 10 July 1983 in Tehran, the daughter of Behzad Farahani, a theater director and actor, and Fahimeh Rahim Nia. Her sister is actress Shaghayegh Farahani.[2] Golshifteh, who started studying music and playing the piano at the age of five, later entered a music school in Tehran. At 14, Golshifteh was cast as the lead in Dariush Mehrjui's The Pear Tree. For that work she won the Crystal Roc for Best Actress from the International Section of the 16th Fajr International Film Festival in Tehran.[3] 2012–present[edit] The movie The Patience Stone (2012), directed by Atiq Rahimi from his novel, has received a majority of positive reviews[4] upon its release. One of her upcoming movies is Rumi's Kimia.[5] Still in development, it is directed by Dariush Mehrjui and is based on the novel "Kimia Khatoon", by Saideh Ghods. Golshifteh also starred in a 2012 César Award's video in the Most Promising Actors category. In 2016, Golshifteh played Anna Karenina on stage in Paris and received great reviews from all the French press. In 2017, Golshifteh appeared in the fantasy film Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, with Johnny Depp.[6] Non-film work[edit] Golshifteh Farahani during an interview with BBC Persian Besides acting, Golshifteh is involved in environmental activities; she has also become an ambassador for fighting tuberculosis in Iran.[3] In Iran, Golshifteh was part of an underground rock band named "Kooch Neshin" (Nomads), which won the 2nd Tehran Avenue underground rock competition. Since leaving Iran, she has continued her music career as well, teaming up with another exiled Iranian musician, Mohsen Namjoo. Their album Oy[7] was released in October 2009. In December 2014, she took the 6th place in the Annual Independent Critics Beauty List of 2014.[8] Golshifteh now lives in Paris, France.[9] Since moving to Paris, she has worked with directors including Roland Joffe, Hiner Saleem and Marjane Satrapi. She has also been a member of the international jury at the 63rd Locarno Film Festival. Controversy[edit] Following her acting in the U.S. film Body of Lies, she reportedly had been prevented by Iranian authorities from leaving Iran.[2] However, this was denied by her colleagues and she later appeared at the movie's premiere in the U.S.[10] Golshifteh's last film performance in Iran was in About Elly directed by Asghar Farhadi.[1] In January 2012, it was reported that Golshifteh would not be welcome in her homeland after posing nude in the French Madame Figaro.[11] Britain's Daily Telegraph reported that government officials told Golshifteh that "Iran does not need actors or artists like you. You may offer your artistic services somewhere else."[12] A picture from the shoot on her Facebook page initiated a lively debate about her behavior.[13] She also appeared topless in a short black-and-white film by Jean-Baptiste Mondino, called Corps et Âmes, or Bodies and Souls.[14] Filmography[edit] Year Title Role Notes 1997 Derakht e Golabie (The Pear Tree) Mim Best Film at Chicago Film Festival Best Actress from International Section of Fajr International Film Festival Best Cinematography at Fajr Film festival 2000 Haft Parde (Seven Acts) The Angel (banned in Iran) 2001 Zamaneh (Times) Zamaneh 2002 Jayee Digar (Somewhere Else) Raha 2003 Deux fereshté (Two Angels) Azar (banned in Iran), Selected for the Semaine de la Critique at Cannes Film Festival Boutique Eti Best Actress at Nantes Three Continents Festival Critic's Choice and Best First Film at Fajr International Film Festival Best Actress at House of Cinema Festival (Tehran) 2004 Ashk-e Sarma (The Tear of the Cold) Ronak Best Film and Best Actress at Kazan International Film Festival selected at Fukuoka International Film Festival (Japan) Best Actress at House of Cinema Festival (Tehran) Bab'Aziz: Le prince qui contemplait son âme Noor (banned in Iran) Best Film at Muscat Film Festival Best Film from the Spiritual Section of the Fajr International Film Festival 2005 The Fish Fall in Love Touka Selected at Rotterdam Film Festival Be Nam-e Pedar (In the Name of the Father) Habibeh Best Film at Fajr International Film Festival 2006 Gis Borideh Mariam Niwemang (Half Moon) Niwemang (banned in Iran) Best film & Best Photography at San Sebastian Film Festival People's Choice at Istanbul Film Festival selected at Toronto Film Festival & at Tribeca Film Festival 2007 Mim Mesle Madar (M for Mother) Sepideh Best Film at Rome International Festival of Cinema and Religion Best Actress at Kazan Film Festival To Each His Cinema (short film) Self (banned in Iran) shown at Cannes Film Festival Santouri (Santouri The Music Man) Hanieh (banned in Iran) People's Choice at Fajr International Film Festival 2008 Shirin Self shown at Venice Film Festival Hamisheh Paye Yek Zan Dar Miyan Ast (There's Always a Woman in Between) Mariam People's Choice at Fajr International Film Festival Divar (The Wall) Setareh Best Photography at Fajr International Film Festival selected at Tokyo Film Festival & at Taormina Film Festival Body of Lies Aisha Directed by Ridley Scott, with Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe 2009 About Elly (Darbareye Elly) Sepideh Silver Bear for Best Director at Berlin Film Festival Best Film at Tribeca Film Festival Best Director and People's Choice awards at Fajr Film Festival 2010 Si Tu Meurs, Je Te Tue (I'll Kill You If You Die) Siba Directed by Huner Saleem with Jonathan Zaccai 2011 There Be Dragons Leila Directed by Roland Joffe with Charlie Cox, Wes Bentley, Dougray Scott and Olga Kurylenko Chicken With Plums (Poulet Aux Prunes) Iran Directed by Marjan Satrapi with Mathieu Amalric and Isabella Rossellini 2012 Just Like a Woman Mona Directed by Rachid Bouchareb with Sienna Miller The Patience Stone Directed by Atiq Rahimi 2013 My Sweet Pepperland Govend Directed by Huner Saleem 2014 Eden Yasmin Directed by Mia Hansen-Løve Exodus: Gods and Kings Nefertari Directed by Ridley Scott Rosewater Maryam Bahari Directed by Jon Stewart 2015 Les Deux Amis Mona Directed by Louis Garrel Go Home Nada Directed by Jihane Chouaib Ports of Calls Clara Directed by Atique Rahimi 2016 Altamira Conchita Directed by Hugh Hudson 2016 Paterson Laura Directed by Jim Jarmusch 2016 Sophie's Misfortunes Madame de Réan Directed by Christophe Honoré 2017 The Song of Scorpions Nooran Directed by Anup Singh 2017 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Shansa 2017 Refuge Mona/Lina Haddad Directed by Eran Riklis 2017 Santa & Cie Amélie Directed by Alain Chabat 2018 Les filles du soleil (Girls of the Sun)[15] Bahar Directed by Eva Husson 2018 Untouchable Directed by Neil Burger 2018 La nuit a dévoré le monde (The Night Eats the World)[16] Sarah Directed by Dominique Rocher 2018 Red Snake Rebel Directed by Caroline Fourest Awards and nominations[edit] Year Event Award Film 1997 Fajr International Film Festival Best Actress from the International Section Derakhte Golabi (The Pear Tree) 2004 Three Continents Festival (Nantes, France) Prix d'Interpretation Feminine Boutique 2004 Fajr International Film Festival Nominated for Best Actress Ashk-e Sarma (Tear of the Cold) House of Cinema Festival (Tehran) Best Actress Ashk-e Sarma (Tear of the Cold) & Boutique 2005 Fajr International Film Festival Nominated for Best Supporting Actress Mahiha Ashegh Mishavand (Fish Fall in Love) 2006 Kazan International Film Festival Best Actress Ashk-e Sarma (Tear of the Cold) 2007 Roshd International Film Festival (Tehran) Special Prize for the Best Actress Mim Mesle Madar (M for Mother) Kowsar Film Festival (Mashhad) Best Actress Mim Mesle Madar (M for Mother) 2008 Fajr International Film Festival Nominated for Best Actress Divar (The Wall) & Hamishe Paye Yek Zan Dar Miyan Ast (There's Always a Woman in Between) Kazan International Film Festival Best Actress Mim Mesle Madar (M for Mother) Asolo Film Festival (Italy) Eleonora Duse Award International Recognition for a Prominent Figure in Theater or Cinema Asia Pacific Screen Awards Nominated for Best Actress Darbareye Elly (About Elly) 2012 Gijón International Film Festival Best Actress The Patience Stone 2012 Abu Dhabi Film Festival Best Actress The Patience Stone 2013 Asia Pacific Screen Awards Nominated for Best Actress My Sweet Pepperland 2013 Asian Film Awards Nominated for Best Actress The Patience Stone 2013 Asian Film Awards Nominated for Favorite Actress The Patience Stone 2014 Stony Brook Film Festival Nominated for Outstanding Performance My Sweet Pepperland 2014 César Awards, France Nominated for Most Promising Actress The Patience Stone 2015 International Online Cinema Awards (INOCA) Nominated for Best Actress Darbareye Elly (About Elly) 2016 Lumiere Awards, France Nominated for Most Promising New Actress Les Deux Amis (Two Friends) 2018 Chlotrudis Awards[17] Nominated for Best Supporting Actress Paterson Theater performance[edit] year play role note 2003 Mariam And Mardavij Mayan 2004 The Black Narcissus Workshop 2005 Mofatesh (The Inspector) Firoozeh Banned in Iran 2013 A Private Dream Toured North America (March–April 2013)[18] 2016 Anna Karenina Anna Karenina Toured around the France and in Paris at the Théâtre de la Tempête directed by Gaëtan Vassart Music video[edit] 2014 "Pola" (Jabberwocky) featuring Clara Cappgli (songwriter)[19] Concerts[edit] date venue note 11/09/09 Lido, Venice With Mohsen Namjoo, during the Venice Film Festival 08/10/09 Sala Verdi, Milan Conservatory With Mohsen Namjoo, presentation of the new album "Oy" See also[edit] Iranian women List of Iranian actresses Cinema of Iran Iran portal Biography portal Film portal References[edit] ^ Jump up to: a b "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-02-21. Retrieved 2009-01-25. ^ Jump up to: a b Tehrani, Souraya, "Hollywood postponed : Golshifteh Farahani has been prevented from heading to the US to discuss future film roles", Guardian (UK), Friday August 22, 2008 ^ Jump up to: a b "Actress Golshifteh Farahani was appointed as the ambassador of TB" Archived 2009-03-09 at the Wayback Machine., News, National Research Institute of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, Shaheed Beheshti University of Mediclhlal Sciences, Tehran, Iran Jump up ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-07-13. Retrieved 2014-08-30. Jump up ^ "Rumi's Kimia - Selected Conversations on Vimeo". Vimeo.com. 2011-04-19. Retrieved 2016-12-10. Jump up ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-11-30. Retrieved 2016-07-16. Jump up ^ http://www.aksmod.com/?tag%3D%D8%A2%D9%84%D8%A8%D9%88%D9%85-%D8%AC%D8%AF%DB%8C%D8%AF-%D9%85%D8%AD%D8%B3%D9%86-%D9%86%D8%A7%D9%85%D8%AC%D9%88-%D8%A8%D8%A7-%D8%B9%D9%86%D9%88%D8%A7%D9%86-%C2%AB%D8%A2%D8%AE%C2%BB. Retrieved 2009-10-08. Missing or empty |title= (help)[dead link] Jump up ^ "100 Most Beautiful Faces 2014... - Independent Critics by TC Candler | Independent Critics by TC Candler". Tccandler.com. Retrieved 2016-12-10. Jump up ^ "DiCaprio Co-Star in Islamic Hot Water? at Hollywood.com". Web.archive.org. Archived from the original on 2008-10-09. Retrieved 2016-12-10. Jump up ^ "Colleague denies Iran actress faced travel ban: report", AFP, Tehran, Aug 26, 2008 Jump up ^ Tait, Robert (17 July 2012). "Iran imposes travel ban on star actresses". The Daily Telegraph. London. Jump up ^ McElroy, Damien (18 January 2012). "Iranian actress banned from homeland after naked magazine shoot". Daily Telegraph. London. Retrieved 22 January 2012. Jump up ^ "Iranian reactions to Golshifteh Farahani's nude photo". Tabeer. Archived from the original on 26 January 2012. Retrieved 22 January 2012. Jump up ^ Omid Memarian (2012-01-20). "Nude Photo of Iranian Actress Golshifteh Farahani Roils Iran". The Daily Beast. Retrieved 2016-12-10. Jump up ^ "The Girls of the Sun". IMDB. Retrieved 8 March 2018. Jump up ^ "The Night Eats the World". IMDB. Jump up ^ "Golshifteh Farahani - Awards - IMDB". IMDB. Retrieved 8 March 2018. Jump up ^ "Home". Stage1 Production. Retrieved 2016-12-10. Jump up ^ "Jabberwocky: Pola, le titre lancinant et addictif dévoilé". Lefigaro.fr. 2014-05-21. Retrieved 2016-12-10.

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Australia Awards South and West Asia

Pakistan Self-Assessment Eligibility Checklist https://vimeo.com/258200517 Potential applicants for Australia Awards Scholarships from Pakistan for study commencing in 2019 are encouraged to use this checklist to assess whether they satisfy the eligibility criteria for an Award before they commence an application. This checklist is not exhaustive and must be read in conjunction with the Country Profile for Pakistan for study commencing in 2019, the Australia Awards Scholarships Policy Handbook and other relevant information available at: http://australiaawardspakistan.org Please note that Australia Awards Scholarships will only be awarded to applicants who apply for an Award in the prescribed manner and are selected through the formal selection process. Full details of the application and selection process and the conditions of award are available at: http://australiaawardspakistan.org ============ Application, Assessment Process and Required Documents Print Last Updated: Monday, 05 March 2018 10:16 What documents must be submitted as part of the application? A table of required documents can be found here. These documents must be submitted with an application. Failure to do so will make an application ineligible. Documents requiring attestation or notarisation* are specified in the table. Submitting documents without proper attestation or notarisation will also make an application ineligible. If a document is not in English, a certified translated copy must be submitted. The Australia Awards Scholarships Policy Handbook can guide you how to certify your documents. A statement that the document is a true copy, signed by a first class gazetted Public Servant or Notary Public. What is the timetable for applications? Applications open 1 February 2018 and will close 30 April 2018. Late applications will not be considered. All applicants will be notified about the status of their application by September 2018 at the latest. How do I submit an application? Applications must be submitted online, through the Online Australia Awards Scholarships Information System (OASIS) at https://oasis.dfat.gov.au/ Are paper/hardcopy applications acceptable? Hardcopy applications are not accepted. All applications must be submitted online. How are applications assessed? Complete and eligible applications are assessed and ranked based on the applicant’s professional and personal qualities, academic competence and, most importantly, potential to have a positive impact on development challenges in their home country. What is a Development Impact Plan? The Development Impact Plan (DIP) records how you hope to contribute to the development of Pakistan when you return from your studies in Australia. It is a mandatory document for Australia Awards South and West Asia Scholarship applications and must be submitted through OASIS before the application deadline. The purpose of the DIP is to help you establish a link between your professional requirements (human resource gaps), the course of study in Australia and development priorities of Pakistan. The DIP seeks to articulate practical and realistic tasks showing how you plan to apply the skills and knowledge gained from your studies in Australia. You will also need to demonstrate the feasibility of the tasks you have identified by highlighting the possible constraints and the resources that you may need in order to implement them. The DIP is updated at various points of the award cycle (Pre-Departure Briefing, Return Home Workshop, and Reintegration Workshop). You can download the template for the DIP here. What actions should I start now? Check if you are eligible to apply for an Australia Awards Scholarship here. Download and read the Australia Awards Scholarships Policy Handbook;and the Pakistan Country Profile. Research suitable courses through cricos.education.gov.au;and university websites. Ensure you meet the minimum acceptable English language proficiency as explained above. You must carefully check that: your proposed course aligns with a relevant priority development sector identified for Pakistan you satisfy all university enrolment requirements, including English language proficiency. To help you submit the strongest application possible, this video will take you through some crucial steps regarding the application process. =========== Downloads Australia Awards Scholarships policy handbook Country Profile [pdf] Eligibility Checklist [pdf] Required Documents [docx] Priority Fields of Study [pdf] Development Impact Plan (DIP) [docx] Referee report template [docx] CV Template [docx] Employment Letter Template [docx] Disability Fact sheet [pdf] OASIS Applicant User Guide [pdf] Tips: Scanning Documents [pdf]

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Couple 'dragged, kicked and locked boy, 7, in parked car'

msn news web search Recent Searches: Glen Affric, Scotland 950 lower north east road 0872254321 72254321 ECCI Phone Manage History Skip To Navigation Skip To Content Your account Saqlain Headlines Australia World Tech & Science Offbeat Quizzes Photos Entertainment Money Sport Video My Topics Couple 'dragged, kicked and locked boy, 7, in parked car' 9News.com.au 3 hrs ago SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL Woman dies in two-car crash on Hume Highway © AAP Image A man and woman have been charged with child neglect after a seven-year-old boy was "dragged, kicked, and locked in a parked car" in northern NSW yesterday. Police were called to Fingal Street at Brunswick Heads following reports a distressed boy had been locked in a parked vehicle. Officers from Tweed/Byron Local Area Command removed the child from the car before taking him to hospital where he is continuing to receive treatment. An investigation commenced and police were told by witnesses they saw the child allegedly being assaulted by a man a short time earlier. Police say the man allegedly dragged and kicked the boy, causing him to fall to the ground. The man, 43, and woman, 45, were arrested after returning to the vehicle and were both taken to Byron Bay Police Station. Following further inquiries, police will allege the boy was also physically assaulted by the man at a beach on Boxing Day. The man was charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm, leave child in motor vehicle causing emotional distress, common assault, intimidate intend fear physical harm, and leave young person in motor vehicle thus impairing health. He was bail refused to face Tweed Heads Local Court today. The woman was charged with leave child in vehicle causing emotional distress, and leave child in vehicle thus impairing health. The woman was given bail to appear at Byron Bay Local Court on January 11. 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