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Watch Northern Ireland (U19) vs. Faroe islands (U19) streaming football – U19 Championship
Watch Northern Ireland (U19) vs. Faroe islands (U19) streaming football – U19 Championship – Group 13 – live soccer tv – soccer online – soccer tv live http://champions-league-live-streaming.blogsp…

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DJI Phantom 2 Vision Plus – ( Old japanese Jail ) in Northern Mariana Islands , U.S.A.
This aerial footage was taken October 12, 2014 by: Roger Cadua they call him in Saipan ” Eye in the sky “.

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SAN JUAN Puerto Rico (Reuters) – Hurricane Gonzalo strengthened as it swirled in the northern Caribbean toward the British Virgin Islands overnight, the U.S. National Hurricane Service said. Gonzalo's center is expected to pass just northeast of the British Virgin Islands in the early hours of Tuesday morning before heading into open Atlantic waters north of Puerto Rico, the service added …

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Defender Gareth McAuley gets early opener for Northern Ireland Kyle Lafferty steals in to score stylish second Roy Carroll then saves Frdi Benjaminsen’s penalty Six points from two Group F games for Michael O’Neill’s men Next games: Greece v Northern Ireland, Faroe Islands v Hungary (Tuesday)

Northern Ireland scored twice inside 21 minutes against the Faroe Islands in UEFA EURO 2016 Group F as the Faroe Islands were kept busy in Belfast.

Defender Gareth McAuley finished at the far post on six minutes after Chris Baird flicked Oliver Norwood’s corner into his path, and Northern Ireland kept up the pace with Kyle Lafferty stealing in front of Faroese goalkeeper Gunnar Nielsen to flick in from Shane Ferguson’s curling ball on 21 minutes. Nielsen then produced a terrific save to keep out a Lafferty header the Norwich City FC striker enjoying the game enough to give the goalkeeper a congratulatory hug aftewards.

Lafferty flashed a header wide not long afterwards, but Ferguson’s tug on Jan Edmundsson at the other end gave the visitors an unexpected chance to reduce the arrears. Captain Frdi Benjaminsen struck his penalty towards the corner, but the 37-year-old Roy Carroll flung himself to the left and pushed the ball against the post. Nielsen did his best to respond in kind, punching a swerving Norwood punt over just before the break.

The only small cloud on the horizon for Michael O’Neill’s side as they reflect on their six Group F points so far is that they failed to score more in the second half. They kept the Faroese penned inside their half, Jamie Ward and Lafferty going close, while Connor McLaughlin was guilty of missing the target from a brilliant position.

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NI v Faroe Islands Preview – Chris Brunt
Chris Brunt looks ahead to Northern Ireland's UEFA EURO 2016 qualifier against the Faroe Islands on Saturday night at Windsor Park, Belfast.

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Epic trip to Northern Brazil.

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We are backpacking around Far East Asia. We have currently visited Japan, China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Northern Thailand. The next stop is Thailand Islands (Koh Phangan, Koh Samui…

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Jon Stanhope: the outgoing administrator of Christmas Island. Photo: Tony McDonoough

As administrator of Christmas and the Cocos (Keeling) Islands I have confronted human rights and other issues that render those that Australians dwell on in Canberra and elsewhere on the mainland as mere frippery.

Christmas and the Cocos Islands are very different to the rest of Australia. Not only are they geographically part of Asia, their history culture and people are mainly Asian. People of Chinese and Malaysian heritage constitute about 70percent of the population. The main religions are Islam, Buddhism and Taoism. There areone Christian church, three mosques and 16 Chinese temples. Up to a third of the resident population do not speak English either at all or with fluency. The most common language on Christmas Island is Mandarin, and on Cocos Island, Malay. On Cocos Island, English is rarely spoken by people of Malay heritage (about80 percent of the Cocos population) in the home.

The territories are incorporated into the Northern Territory for federal electoral purposes but federal members play no part in the administration of the territories and rarely, if ever, visit. Most residents regard their incorporation into the Northern Territory as tokenistic.

There are no democratic arrangements in place for state type purposes. Most services are delivered by Western Australian agencies under contracts with the Commonwealth. There is no input into the content of the contracts by residents of the territories, nor are the service delivery agreements under which the services are made publicly available. There are no annual reports, , on any services delivered or monies spent in the territories.

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All policy and budget decisions are made by federal public servants based in Canberra and Perth. Residents are not consulted about expenditure priorities. No draft budget is prepared and there is noestimates process.

There are no effective consultative mechanisms in place engagement of the local communities in policy development or resource allocation. There are massive gaps in services in areas like aged care, mental health and public health. Land management, economic development, waste disposal, environmental protection and community and social infrastructure is poor.

Despite having lived on Christmas Island for two years, it still comes as a surprise to me that in the 21st century, there are still Australian citizens who are denied the most fundamental right the right to be involved in the civil and political life of their community.

The territories were administered from the colony of Singapore prior to its independence. At that time, the two territories were hived off from Singapore and accepted by Australia.Before1958, Christmas Island, along with the Cocos Islands,reported on by Britain to the United Nations. It was consistent with article 73 (e) of the United Nations Charter, on the basis that Britain accepted that the territories were non-self-governing territories (otherwise known as colonies) within the terms of chapter XI of the charter.

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NSWNMA: New Northern Beaches Hospital Actions
Nurses and Midwives want the new Northern Beaches Hospital in Frenchs Forest to remain a public hospital. Here are some of the highlights of the Keep it Publ…

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Charlie, with the Hurley family of Wollongong, at Little Austinmer Beach. Photo: Kirk Gilmour

Depending on your perspective, Wollongong City Council has either gone to the dogs or the community is barking mad.

A proposal to effectively ban dogs being off the leash on northern Illawarra beaches has outraged the community, particularly those who moved to the area to luxuriate in the feel of sand and sun in their hair and fur.

If the changes go ahead as planned, dog owners in beachside suburbs such as Thirroul, Coledale and Austinmer will have to drive 20 minutes north or 30 minutes south to find a beach where their dog can frolic off-leash. Other than a dog-friendly park in Helensburgh, there are no parks in the northern Illawarra area where open space is limited by the escarpment that allow dogs off-leash.

Under the changes, several beaches in Wollongong’s north, includingSharkey’s, McCauleys and Little Austinmer, will go from green zones allowing unleashed dogs anytime to orange, where leashed dogs will only be allowed early in the morning and late at night.

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The council says the changes are prompted by complaints about dogs and competing uses at the beaches as the area’s population grows.

However, David Hurley, a member of theIllawarra Dog Community group, said the move wasunfair and did not have community support. There had only been 81 complaints about dogs on Illawarra beaches. Only 25, which came from 15 households, related to the northern beaches where the bans will be introduced.Swimming is also banned on most of these beaches, where signs warn of a $100 fine.

“This is a very drastic proposal for something that can be managed in a sensible and straightforward way,” he said.

Ifthere were issues about faeces or dog owners using areas that had Aboriginal heritage or where migrating birds stopped, these could be addressed with better signage and education, he said.

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Bitcoin is the buzz! Well, the latest buzz anyhow in the weird world of cyber-currencies. It seems like only yesterday that Liberty Reserve went down, see thisbut here we are again.

This article is not whether Bitcoin is going to make it or not as a cyber-currency. There are thousands of articles out that positing that Bitcoin will be different, that this time it is the real thing. Most of those articles seem to written by folks promoting Bitcoins. But there are a few well-researched articles out there that warn that Bitcoins days are numbered, see thisas just one example.

Again, this article is not about any of that. If you want to invest in something that doesnt materially exist, then Im going to be no more critical of you than I would be of anybody who invests in complex derivative contracts on the major stock markets, which are traded by the billions everyday just ask any partner, er, former partner of Lehmann Brothers about those.

No, this article doesnt go so far as to ponder the imponderables about Bitcoin. Instead, it is a lesson about how to invest, or rather not to invest, in Bitcoins, should one be so inclined.

Anytime something is new, and generates a buzz, it attracts both investors and the folks who sell them the investments, known as promoters. Inevitably, with any investments whether in Bitcoins or wheat futures or even seemingly innocuous mutual funds, some promoters are good and some promoters are bad.

Unfortunately, new things typically attract far more than their share of bad promoters. The reason is that many of the good promoters will sit on the sidelines for a while, waiting for things to shake out as they inevitably do. Thus, it is rare that the established investment firms will jump right in to something new. They wait a few years, let the market develop momentum, and then use their huge infrastructure, pools of existing clients, and seemingly endless advertising dollars to enter the movie only after they are convinced that folks are not going to walk out after the first few scenes.

Bad promoters have thus, quite predictably, settled upon Bitcoin like so many vultures. That brings us to the point of this article.

A good example is found in the recent final judgment obtained by the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission against Mr. Tendon T. Shavers and his Bitcoin Savings & Trust (BTCST), by which Shavers used to defraud his suckers out of more than 700,000 Bitcoins. To give you an idea of the size of this fraud, the judgment entered by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas requires Shavers to disgorge more than $40 million in ill-gotten gains and interest, and, oh, both Shavers and BTCST are each required to pay $150,000 in civil penalties.

According to the SECs Litigation Release 23090 dated September 22, 2014:

The Commission established, and the Court found, that from February 2011 through August 2012, Shavers offered and sold investments in BTCST over the internet. Shavers solicited all investments, and paid all purported returns, in bitcoins. Operating under the internet name, pirateat40, Shavers solicited investors in online chat rooms and on the Bitcoin Forum, an online forum dedicated to Bitcoin, promising them up to 7% returns weekly based on his claimed trading of bitcoin against the U.S. dollar, including selling bitcoins to individuals who wanted to buy them off the radar. In reality, Shavers used new bitcoins received from BTCST investors to pay purported returns on outstanding BTCST investments, and diverted BTCST investors bitcoins for his personal use. The Court further found that, even as he publicly denied the Ponzi scheme on the Bitcoin Forum, Shavers knowingly and intentionally operated BTCST as a sham and a Ponzi scheme, and repeatedly made materially false and misleading representations to BTCST investors and potential investors concerning the use of their bitcoins, how he would generate the promised returns, and the safety of their investments.

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NECA NSW Excellence Awards 2014 SYNERGY INTEGRATED SYSTEMS, Private Residence Northern Beaches
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If you’re lucky, you may find yourself snorkeling with sea lions. They don’t bite. Well, maybe just a nibble, says naturalist Giancarlo Toti.

Dueling sea lions

Creeping up on tortoises

Only penguin in the Northern Hemisphere

Waved albatross

Marine iguana

Playful sea lions

Kayaking in Galapagos

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By BREE FULLERSept. 15, 2014, 8:53 p.m.

A respected Austinmer veterinarian has joined the Wollongong Dog Community group in a fight to save the northern Illawarra’s off-leash dog beaches.

A respected Austinmer veterinarian has joined the Wollongong Dog Community group in a fight to save the northern Illawarra’s off-leash dog beaches.

Former RSPCA NSW director and veterinarian of 43 years Dr Rick Prowse has called for the council to maintain existing off-leash zones, saying further restrictions would unfairly punish responsible dog owners.

“I’m happy to stand up and defend the only area available to people who spontaneously want to get up, go for a walk, throw a ball and do something with the dog,” the Austinmer vet said.

“The beach is an ideal, beautiful environment and we’ve got enough beaches to share for those who like dogs and for those who don’t like dogs.

“There are an irresponsible few who don’t clean up after their dogs or don’t control them when there are people around who may be a little anxious about dogs … but I don’t think you should chastise the thousands of people who are doing the right thing for the few who aren’t.”

Under planned changes to its dogs on beaches and parks policy, the council has recommended dogs only be allowed on Sharkeys, McCauleys and Little Austinmer beaches at restricted times, provided they are on a leash.

Dr Prowse said the dog-owning community needed safe and convenient places to exercise their dogs, away from roads and free from hazards such as bush ticks and snakes. He said a lack of suitable parks or open spaces in the northern Illawarra meant the beach was the only viable option for most people.

If the council took that option away, the health and well-being of dogs and owners would be negatively affected, Dr Prowse said.

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NSWNMA: We can't put profits before patients on the Northern Beaches
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