WEFOUNDRavages of the Sun (The Safe Haven Trilogy Book 2)


(NAN) Breastfeeding for six months or longer appears to significantly cut the risk of a woman developing type II diabetes, a 30-year US study said. The Kaiser Permanente research, published in the US journal JAMA Internal Medicine, analysed data from the Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) study, a national, multi-centre investigation that…

 …Says, ‘It’ll amount to internal colonisation’ Chidi Nnadi, Enugu Apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has called on the people of the South East region of the country to rise up to reject vehemently the proposed grazing colonies. The President, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Enugu State chapter, Chief Chiedozie Alex Ogbonnia, who made the call in a…

From Laide Raheem, Abeokuta Worried by the lingering fuel scarcity in Ogun, the state government has set up a task force with a mandate to make the products available in 48 hours. The Task Force comprises men of the Department of State Services (DSS), Nigeria Police, the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Independent…

RIVERS – Boggan’s Oasis, an iconic cafe and fishing staging area on the Grande Ronde at state Route 129 in Asotin County burned to the ground Saturday night into Sunday morning.

“The only reason we realized the fire was going on was, we happen to be avid Gonzaga fans and so we were up later than usual last night watching the game,” Vail said. Their residence is only about 20 feet from the cafe, and they realized the building was on fire after hearing a series of loud bangs, he said.

For decades, Boggan’s has served as a base for getting fishing guides and shuttles to float and fish the Grande Ronde, as well as for whopper breakfasts, pies, ice cream and old-fashioned milk shakes plus the buzz on what was happening on the river. The site near Anatone, Washington, is located at the only highway crossing of the river, which is popular with steelhead and bass anglers.

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has alleged, in a report released yesterday, that 500 women and girls have the Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) in one Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp in the North East.

The group cited an unnamed medical worker in its report, who alleged that those infected with HIV in one IDP rose from 200 to 500, with more cases unreported, over fear of stigmatisation.

“A medical health worker in one of the camps, which has 10, 000 residents said the number of people requiring treatment for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections has risen sharply, from about 200 cases when the camp clinic was established in 2014 to more than 500, in July 2016. The health worker said she believed that many more women could be infected but were ashamed to go to the clinic and are likely to be suffering in silence without treatment.” HRW did not, however, name the camp involved.

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The extended Memorial Day Weekend ended on a wet note across eastern Texas when heavy rains and severe thunderstorms moved in late on Monday and into Tuesday morning.

As residents woke up on Tuesday, the rain and thunderstorms were diminishing across Texas but left behind swollen rivers, flooded roadways and a nightmare for those traveling in the area.

(NAN) Breastfeeding for six months or longer appears to significantly cut the risk of a woman developing type II diabetes, a 30-year US study said. The Kaiser Permanente research, published in the US journal JAMA Internal Medicine, analysed data from the Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) study, a national, multi-centre investigation that…

 …Says, ‘It’ll amount to internal colonisation’ Chidi Nnadi, Enugu Apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has called on the people of the South East region of the country to rise up to reject vehemently the proposed grazing colonies. The President, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Enugu State chapter, Chief Chiedozie Alex Ogbonnia, who made the call in a…

From Laide Raheem, Abeokuta Worried by the lingering fuel scarcity in Ogun, the state government has set up a task force with a mandate to make the products available in 48 hours. The Task Force comprises men of the Department of State Services (DSS), Nigeria Police, the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Independent…

(NAN) Breastfeeding for six months or longer appears to significantly cut the risk of a woman developing type II diabetes, a 30-year US study said. The Kaiser Permanente research, published in the US journal JAMA Internal Medicine, analysed data from the Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) study, a national, multi-centre investigation that…

 …Says, ‘It’ll amount to internal colonisation’ Chidi Nnadi, Enugu Apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has called on the people of the South East region of the country to rise up to reject vehemently the proposed grazing colonies. The President, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Enugu State chapter, Chief Chiedozie Alex Ogbonnia, who made the call in a…

From Laide Raheem, Abeokuta Worried by the lingering fuel scarcity in Ogun, the state government has set up a task force with a mandate to make the products available in 48 hours. The Task Force comprises men of the Department of State Services (DSS), Nigeria Police, the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Independent…

RIVERS – Boggan’s Oasis, an iconic cafe and fishing staging area on the Grande Ronde at state Route 129 in Asotin County burned to the ground Saturday night into Sunday morning.

“The only reason we realized the fire was going on was, we happen to be avid Gonzaga fans and so we were up later than usual last night watching the game,” Vail said. Their residence is only about 20 feet from the cafe, and they realized the building was on fire after hearing a series of loud bangs, he said.

For decades, Boggan’s has served as a base for getting fishing guides and shuttles to float and fish the Grande Ronde, as well as for whopper breakfasts, pies, ice cream and old-fashioned milk shakes plus the buzz on what was happening on the river. The site near Anatone, Washington, is located at the only highway crossing of the river, which is popular with steelhead and bass anglers.

(NAN) Breastfeeding for six months or longer appears to significantly cut the risk of a woman developing type II diabetes, a 30-year US study said. The Kaiser Permanente research, published in the US journal JAMA Internal Medicine, analysed data from the Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) study, a national, multi-centre investigation that…

 …Says, ‘It’ll amount to internal colonisation’ Chidi Nnadi, Enugu Apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has called on the people of the South East region of the country to rise up to reject vehemently the proposed grazing colonies. The President, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Enugu State chapter, Chief Chiedozie Alex Ogbonnia, who made the call in a…

From Laide Raheem, Abeokuta Worried by the lingering fuel scarcity in Ogun, the state government has set up a task force with a mandate to make the products available in 48 hours. The Task Force comprises men of the Department of State Services (DSS), Nigeria Police, the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Independent…

RIVERS – Boggan’s Oasis, an iconic cafe and fishing staging area on the Grande Ronde at state Route 129 in Asotin County burned to the ground Saturday night into Sunday morning.

“The only reason we realized the fire was going on was, we happen to be avid Gonzaga fans and so we were up later than usual last night watching the game,” Vail said. Their residence is only about 20 feet from the cafe, and they realized the building was on fire after hearing a series of loud bangs, he said.

For decades, Boggan’s has served as a base for getting fishing guides and shuttles to float and fish the Grande Ronde, as well as for whopper breakfasts, pies, ice cream and old-fashioned milk shakes plus the buzz on what was happening on the river. The site near Anatone, Washington, is located at the only highway crossing of the river, which is popular with steelhead and bass anglers.

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has alleged, in a report released yesterday, that 500 women and girls have the Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) in one Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp in the North East.

The group cited an unnamed medical worker in its report, who alleged that those infected with HIV in one IDP rose from 200 to 500, with more cases unreported, over fear of stigmatisation.

“A medical health worker in one of the camps, which has 10, 000 residents said the number of people requiring treatment for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections has risen sharply, from about 200 cases when the camp clinic was established in 2014 to more than 500, in July 2016. The health worker said she believed that many more women could be infected but were ashamed to go to the clinic and are likely to be suffering in silence without treatment.” HRW did not, however, name the camp involved.

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The extended Memorial Day Weekend ended on a wet note across eastern Texas when heavy rains and severe thunderstorms moved in late on Monday and into Tuesday morning.

As residents woke up on Tuesday, the rain and thunderstorms were diminishing across Texas but left behind swollen rivers, flooded roadways and a nightmare for those traveling in the area.

Now, raise your hand if you would ever associate the words ‘rashie’ and ‘stylish’? Perhaps not. But brace yourself, dear reader. The swimsuits and vests you’re about to see could very well change your idea of the humble “rashie”.

In 2016, the neon-hued, one-shape-fits-all rash vest of our childhoods has all but died — and from its ashes, a range of stylish, well-cut, and sexy rashies and rashie-swimsuit hybrids has risen to protect our skin from the ravages of the sun.

Speaking with News.com.au , founder Carly Brown explained her striking, zip-up rashie swimsuits had a 500-strong waitlist before they even went on sale.

Goodbye Christopher Robin is a movie that can never achieve escape velocity on the sadness that permeates its story. Despite the sun-dappled scenery, the wonder of imagination, a pat ending, and the creation of one of the most beloved children’s books of all-time, it’s still ultimately a story about a man who suffered from PTSD from World War I, sells his son’s playtime into a best-selling novel, and then sent that son off to World War II. Rather than embrace the sadness, Goodbye Christopher Robin keeps trying to be the whimsical, good-hearted Pooh without realizing that it’s truly Eeyore.

Part of the film’s problem is that it’s not quite sure what sad story it wants to tell. The first act is all about Milne suffering from PTSD and his hatred of war. By using a war telegram as the framing device, the entire movie seems to revolve not around Winnie the Pooh, but how awful it is that a man should have to go off to fight in the “war to end all wars” only to have to send his son to fight in another world war. It’s the kind of story that could probably be told without Winnie the Pooh, but then there would be no “hook” even though that dynamic is a compelling tragedy of the 20th century and would probably be the kind of anti-war screed the real Milne would appreciate.

But in the second act, the movie shifts its focus almost entirely to Christopher Robin. Milne goes from being the lead to being a supporting character and we see how Christopher is upset at his childhood being sold off to people around the world. Again, this is a heartbreaking tale about thinking playtime with your dad is just something for the two of you and then the rest of the world feels entitled to it. That’s a huge weight to put at the feet of a child, and while Milne never meant to exploit his son, it still makes the young boy’s life far more difficult.

(NAN) Breastfeeding for six months or longer appears to significantly cut the risk of a woman developing type II diabetes, a 30-year US study said. The Kaiser Permanente research, published in the US journal JAMA Internal Medicine, analysed data from the Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) study, a national, multi-centre investigation that…

 …Says, ‘It’ll amount to internal colonisation’ Chidi Nnadi, Enugu Apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has called on the people of the South East region of the country to rise up to reject vehemently the proposed grazing colonies. The President, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Enugu State chapter, Chief Chiedozie Alex Ogbonnia, who made the call in a…

From Laide Raheem, Abeokuta Worried by the lingering fuel scarcity in Ogun, the state government has set up a task force with a mandate to make the products available in 48 hours. The Task Force comprises men of the Department of State Services (DSS), Nigeria Police, the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Independent…

RIVERS – Boggan’s Oasis, an iconic cafe and fishing staging area on the Grande Ronde at state Route 129 in Asotin County burned to the ground Saturday night into Sunday morning.

“The only reason we realized the fire was going on was, we happen to be avid Gonzaga fans and so we were up later than usual last night watching the game,” Vail said. Their residence is only about 20 feet from the cafe, and they realized the building was on fire after hearing a series of loud bangs, he said.

For decades, Boggan’s has served as a base for getting fishing guides and shuttles to float and fish the Grande Ronde, as well as for whopper breakfasts, pies, ice cream and old-fashioned milk shakes plus the buzz on what was happening on the river. The site near Anatone, Washington, is located at the only highway crossing of the river, which is popular with steelhead and bass anglers.

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has alleged, in a report released yesterday, that 500 women and girls have the Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) in one Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp in the North East.

The group cited an unnamed medical worker in its report, who alleged that those infected with HIV in one IDP rose from 200 to 500, with more cases unreported, over fear of stigmatisation.

“A medical health worker in one of the camps, which has 10, 000 residents said the number of people requiring treatment for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections has risen sharply, from about 200 cases when the camp clinic was established in 2014 to more than 500, in July 2016. The health worker said she believed that many more women could be infected but were ashamed to go to the clinic and are likely to be suffering in silence without treatment.” HRW did not, however, name the camp involved.

Your version of Internet Explorer is no longer supported. Please upgrade your browser for the best AccuWeather experience.

The extended Memorial Day Weekend ended on a wet note across eastern Texas when heavy rains and severe thunderstorms moved in late on Monday and into Tuesday morning.

As residents woke up on Tuesday, the rain and thunderstorms were diminishing across Texas but left behind swollen rivers, flooded roadways and a nightmare for those traveling in the area.

Now, raise your hand if you would ever associate the words ‘rashie’ and ‘stylish’? Perhaps not. But brace yourself, dear reader. The swimsuits and vests you’re about to see could very well change your idea of the humble “rashie”.

In 2016, the neon-hued, one-shape-fits-all rash vest of our childhoods has all but died — and from its ashes, a range of stylish, well-cut, and sexy rashies and rashie-swimsuit hybrids has risen to protect our skin from the ravages of the sun.

Speaking with News.com.au , founder Carly Brown explained her striking, zip-up rashie swimsuits had a 500-strong waitlist before they even went on sale.

(NAN) Breastfeeding for six months or longer appears to significantly cut the risk of a woman developing type II diabetes, a 30-year US study said. The Kaiser Permanente research, published in the US journal JAMA Internal Medicine, analysed data from the Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) study, a national, multi-centre investigation that…

 …Says, ‘It’ll amount to internal colonisation’ Chidi Nnadi, Enugu Apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has called on the people of the South East region of the country to rise up to reject vehemently the proposed grazing colonies. The President, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Enugu State chapter, Chief Chiedozie Alex Ogbonnia, who made the call in a…

From Laide Raheem, Abeokuta Worried by the lingering fuel scarcity in Ogun, the state government has set up a task force with a mandate to make the products available in 48 hours. The Task Force comprises men of the Department of State Services (DSS), Nigeria Police, the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Independent…

RIVERS – Boggan’s Oasis, an iconic cafe and fishing staging area on the Grande Ronde at state Route 129 in Asotin County burned to the ground Saturday night into Sunday morning.

“The only reason we realized the fire was going on was, we happen to be avid Gonzaga fans and so we were up later than usual last night watching the game,” Vail said. Their residence is only about 20 feet from the cafe, and they realized the building was on fire after hearing a series of loud bangs, he said.

For decades, Boggan’s has served as a base for getting fishing guides and shuttles to float and fish the Grande Ronde, as well as for whopper breakfasts, pies, ice cream and old-fashioned milk shakes plus the buzz on what was happening on the river. The site near Anatone, Washington, is located at the only highway crossing of the river, which is popular with steelhead and bass anglers.

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has alleged, in a report released yesterday, that 500 women and girls have the Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) in one Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp in the North East.

The group cited an unnamed medical worker in its report, who alleged that those infected with HIV in one IDP rose from 200 to 500, with more cases unreported, over fear of stigmatisation.

“A medical health worker in one of the camps, which has 10, 000 residents said the number of people requiring treatment for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections has risen sharply, from about 200 cases when the camp clinic was established in 2014 to more than 500, in July 2016. The health worker said she believed that many more women could be infected but were ashamed to go to the clinic and are likely to be suffering in silence without treatment.” HRW did not, however, name the camp involved.


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