News TunisiaMiddle East – North Africa Forum on Information and Democracy 250 recommendations on how to stop “infodemics” Receive email alerts News Reporters Without Borders today called on the Tunisian Internet Agency (ATI) to publicly explain why access to the video-sharing website Dailymotion is being blocked. Dailymotion has been inaccessible from within Tunisia since 1 September.“Whether it is responsible or not, the ATI should take a position on this measure and should not leave Tunisian Internet users with no idea of what is happening,” the press freedom organisation said.The ATI told Reporters Without Borders that it was “not aware of the filtering” that is assumed to be the cause. But TopNet, one of Tunisia’s leading Internet Service Providers, referred to “temporary filtering” that had been decided by the ATI.Technical problems were cited when Dailymotion could not be accessed for about 10 days in April. A privately-owned Internet Service Provider was said to have installed filtering that made it inaccessible throughout the country. December 26, 2019 Find out more Help by sharing this information to go further Eleven organizations from civil society create the Forum on Information & Democracy, a structural response to information disorder TunisiaMiddle East – North Africa News Organisation RSF_en Follow the news on Tunisia November 11, 2020 Find out more Tunisia : RSF asks Tunisian president’s office to respect journalists News September 6, 2007 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Video-sharing website inaccessible again in Tunisia November 12, 2019 Find out more
Population of Mid West region increased by more than 3,000 in past year Email Advertisement TAGSAutismautism-friendlyawarenessCommunityfamilyhealthIrelandParkwayParkway Retail Park Unstoppable Sean shows that all things are possible RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The friendly tunnel which will be part of the family day attractions on Sunday June 17 to launch Parkway Retail Park in Limerick as Ireland’s first autism and sensory-friendly retail park.IRELAND’S first autism and sensory-friendly retail park is set to be launched in Limerick with a special family day this Sunday, June 17.Parkway Retail Park is aiming to lead the way in sensory-friendly shopping to make store visits easier for people with autism and other sensory difficulties. The project will be launched with an autism-friendly family day for families of children with autism and other sensory issues on Sunday, June 17 from 12-5pm.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Parkway Retail Park asset manager Sigma, which manages eight retail parks across Ireland, is planning to make the customer experience easier for families of children with special needs. They will be providing autism-friendly car parking spaces outside stores and specific tills to avoid queuing and allow an easier exit.Parkway Retail Park will also provide training to store staff and host monthly meetings with parents of children with autism and other sensory issues to seek further input from them.Community integration initiatives will include plenty of signage and the availability of peaked caps for people with autism and other sensory issues, which will block out light and help staff to identify people who may need assistance.“There needs to be bigger and better awareness of autism in our communities across the country and Parkway Retail Park is more than happy to lead the way,” said Sigma’s Paddy O’Connor, asset manager at Parkway Retail Park.“True autism-friendliness means that we welcome you, and we understand that sometimes that you may need additional support and we are happy to provide it. Parkway Retail Park plan to host other autism-awareness events and fundraising initiatives.”The spotlight on the family day will be on the Parkway Retail Park community providing both fun for children and information for families, and trained volunteers will be on hand from Limerick Autism Group as part of the events team.Children’s entertainment will include a bouncy castle, a magician specialising in special needs, an ice cream van, face painting, a Lego display, music from an interactive band, a strike-a-pose performer and the Limrocker dance crew.The event will also have an information hub where autism and speech and language therapy professionals and fellow parents will be on hand to talk to parents between 12-2pm.Read more community stories here. Linkedin Facebook Print Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites Twitter WhatsApp Could Alfie be the new Nose of Tralee? NewsCommunityIreland’s first sensory-friendly retail park to be launched in LimerickBy Alan Jacques – June 11, 2018 18498 Patrickswell women get to the heart of the matter Heartbroken publicans call time on their Covid lockdown Previous articleParty Pieces – professional opera and Sondheim concertNext articleLunchtime recitals at St Mary’s Cathedral Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie
Applications being accepted for U.S. Attorney for the Southern District Applications are now being accepted to fill the position of United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida.Applications are available from Michael J. Grindstaff, commission chair, P.O. Box 4956, Orlando 32802-4956, telephone (407) 423-3200, e-mail [email protected], and from the official Web page of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida at www.flsd.uscourts.gov.The completed applications must be mailed to Grindstaff and all of the commission’s members by October 3. September 15, 2005 Regular News Applications being accepted for U.S. Attorney for the Southern District
BARBADOS Senior Women’s cricket team put an end to their regional tournaments with all the verve that was expected of them at the start, brushing Guyana aside by eight wickets and more than three overs to spare in the final match of the Cricket West Indies Women’s T20 Blaze tournament last evening at the National Stadium, Providence.Winning the T20 tournament also meant Barbados finished the season undefeated and had made a clean sweep of regional women’s cricket titles this year after capturing the Colonial Medical Insurance Super50 Cup earlier.The Barbadians were clinical with the ball right from the word go, as they kept pegging the home team back with wickets at regular intervals. The Guyanese could only muster up 85-7 in their allotted overs.Star all-round Deandra Dottin and Kycia Knight then made their presence felt, stroking unbeaten knocks of 43 and 24 respectively which led the visitors to 86-2 in 16.1 overs.Dottin, the West Indies all-rounder clobbered six fours and two maximums while Knight faced 27 balls in her knock with two boundaries.Off-spinner Hayley Matthews (not in picture), bowled Akaze Thomspon. (Adrian Narine photos)At the start of the game the Guyanese run rate was heavily restricted after they won the toss and decided to take first knock.Captain Shemaine Campbelle spearheaded the fight to restore credibility to their innings with a top score of 18 off 28 balls, with two boundaries and receiving some support from Cherry Ann Fraser (15), Shabika Gajnabi (12), and Melanie Henry (10).The home team was quickly in trouble when they lost Tremayne Smartt, run out for two and Sheneta Grimmond was bowled by medium pacer Shanika Bruce (1-18), without scoring, at 6-2 after the first two overs.Campbelle and Henry then added 36 runs for the third wicket but the hosts were once again found wanting with the bat, losing wickets in a flurry.They stuttered to 48-5 with Shakera Selman (2-16), claiming the wicket of Henry while the off-spinner Hayley Matthews (2-13), removed the in-form Campbelle and Akaze Thomspon (0), off consecutive deliveries in her third over.The Guyanese other substantial partnership was between Gajnabi and Fraser as they put together 23 for the sixth wicket before both were dismissed to Selman and Shanika Connell (1-16) respectively.Barbados’ innings was somewhat sluggish up front, resulting in their Powerplay overs yielding just 22 runs for the loss of opener Danielle Small, who was trapped leg before wicket to Erva Giddings for one.Matthews made a 30-ball 15 before she departed off spinner Grimmond. However, Knight and Dottin then joined forces to seal the win.Meanwhile, Windward Islands beat the Leeward Islands by a margin of 11 runs to earn a consolation victory in game two of the final round.Scores: Windward Islands 115-8 – Afy Fletcher and Swayline Williams made 24 runs apiece; Malisa Howard and Amanda Edwards claimed two wickets apiece. In reply the Leeward Islands were restricted to 104-9.Saneldo Willett top-scored with 25. Pearl Etienne took 3-14.After the final game, Captain Matthews praised her team for the commitment, hard work and discipline throughout the tournament.