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Pub bombing victims firm shortlisted for legal aid award

first_imgCarol StorerKRW Law has represented eight of the families of the victims pro bono since 2014.Earlier this month the firm said it had been informed by the Legal Aid Agency that, following lobbying resulting in an amendment to the legal aid regulations, KRW has been offered a contract to continue to represent its clients. Additionally, financial eligibility limits for legal aid have been waived.The firm said the contract was a ‘complex legal document/specification’ but it hopes to represent its clients at the next hearing in Birmingham on 31 May, which will address the scope of the inquests.LAPG director Carol Storer said the calibre of this year’s nominations was ‘staggeringly high and a real reflection of the expertise, grit and compassion which characterises the legal aid sector’.The categories and finalists are:Children’s rightsJennifer Twite, Just for Kids LawSolange Valdez-Symonds, Project for the Registration of Children as British Citizens/Migrant Resource CentreMelanie Stooks, GT StewartCriminal DefenceZoe Gascoyne, Quinn MelvilleGraeme Hydari, Hodge Jones & AllenJude Lanchin, BindmansFamily private including mediationMark Gilmartin, Wilson SolicitorsMary Shaw, David Gray SolicitorsAmardeep Pattni, Sternberg ReedFamily publicSheila Donn, Philcox Gray Deborah Piccos, TV Edwards Heather Thomas, Creighton & PartnersImmigration and asylumKaweh Beheshtizadeh, Barnes Harrild & DyerToufique Hossain, Duncan LewisMarcela Navarrete, Wilsons SolicitorsLegal aid barristerBrenda Campbell, Garden Court ChambersJesse Nicholls, Doughty Street ChambersPhilip Rule, No5 ChambersLegal aid firm/not-for-profit agencyCommunity Law PartnershipHarrow Law CentreKRW LawLegal aid newcomerJennifer Blair, No5 ChambersPaul Clark, Garden Court ChambersRavi Naik, Irvine Thanvi NatasTom Royston, Garden Court NorthPublic LawDr Keith Lomax, Minton Morrill Katy Robinson, Wilson SolicitorsChristopher Stanley, KRW LawSocial and welfareLaura Hobey-Hamsher, BindmansManjitMandair, OsbornesGareth Mitchell, Deighton Pierce GlynnStuart Luke, Bhatia BestAccess to justice through ITAdvicelocal, LasaLaw for Good, Legal GeekAdvicenow, Law for LifeOutstanding achievementTo be announced at the ceremony The nominees of this year’s legal aid ‘Oscars’ have been announced, with the shortlist including the Belfast firm representing families of people killed in the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings.Winners of the 15th Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year awards, which is organised by the Legal Aid Practitioners Group, will be announced in London on 5 July.KRW Law is one of three nominees for legal aid firm/not-for-profit agency of the year, an award which is sponsored by the Law Society.The firm was nominated by the Justice4the21 campaign. Julie Hambleton, whose sister was among the 21 killed in the bombings, said: ‘This incredible law firm has provided the families still grieving the loss of their loved ones with the most professional and powerful legal representation.”The whole team has been available to us 24 hours a day, every day. They investigate any new information as it becomes available with a level of immediacy that would put many police forces to shame.’last_img read more

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Arrow Video FrightFest 2020: The Columnist review

first_imgColumnist and author Femke Boot (Katja Herbers) is upset when she becomes targeted on social media by trolls who slate her work and fantasise about killing her. As the comments get worse and worse, Femke can’t stop looking and one day she notices that her neighbour is one of the people tweeting horrendous things about her. Deciding that she’s had enough, and with no help from the police, Femke takes matters into her own hands and gets revenge on the men causing her misery and distress. Katja Herbers is excellent as Femke. Her transformation from sweet-natured journalist to cold-blooded killer is impressive, and she’s got a real knack for the dark humour the film thrives on. You never lose sympathy with her, even when her actions escalate too far, and you can understand just how hurtful social media comments can be to people. The film may even make you think twice before you next sound off on Twitter. Ivo van Aart’s The Columnist is a biting look at the impact that social media has in modern society. Regularly in the headlines you see stories of people who have killed themselves because of the treatment they receive on social media and there’s very little done to regulate the platforms, or hold people accountable for what they say on them. At the beginning of the film Femke is discussing how society tends to turn on people they don’t agree with and she highlights social media as cause of division. You just have to look at the tweets about the upcoming US election to know she’s not wrong. The murders are grisly and the humour is very dark. Femke shows little to no emotion in regards to what she’s doing, propelled on by the feeling that she’s serving up justice. Her secret murder spree is hidden from her daughter and her boyfriend, and there are some very funny moments along the way as she covers her tracks. Something else the film gets right is the reaction of the people she exacts revenge upon. In most instances they claim not to have meant anything by their words, and that’s the typical excuse when someone is taken to task for their behaviour on social media. Cast: Katja Herbers, Claire Porro, Bram van der Kelen, Rein Hofman Director: Ivo van Aart Writer: Daan Windhorst Certificate: 18 Duration: 86 mins Released by: NL Film & TVcenter_img The Columnist is a fantastic film. It’s timely, fresh and something completely different in the horror genre. It reminded me a little bit of the under-rated Kathleen Turner cult classic Serial Mom but it’s sharp observations on the impact of social media make it incredibly relevant for today. The Columnist is a whole lot of fun, packs in plenty of laughs and more than a few shocks too. Credit: NL Film & TV When Femke finally snaps and kills her neighbour after discovering the vile things he’s been tweeting about her, you can’t help but cheer her on. This is a woman who has been pushed to the edge and endured the most horrendous personal attacks, just because people don’t enjoy the columns she’s written. Following her first murder, Femke begins to obsess about the others that are bad mouthing her and sets about plotting taking them out too.last_img read more

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Convent High School wins 2013 Miss Teen

first_img Tweet EducationLocalNewsSecondary Convent High School wins 2013 Miss Teen by: – February 4, 2013 Sharing is caring! Share Sharecenter_img 711 Views   7 comments Share Miss Teen Dominica 2013; Kaymaya Bertrand of the Convent High School. Photograph compliments: JPIX PhotographyFourth form student of the Convent High School Kaymaya Bertrand was been crowned Miss Teen Dominica 2013, at the Carnival City in Pottersville on Sunday, February 4th.The Convent High School broke the Isaiah Thomas Secondary School’s winning streak of two consecutive wins in 2011 and 2012.Miss Bertrand won the awards for best performing talent, best response to question, best speech, Miss Photogenic and Miss CongenialityMy confidence has been boosted, I’ve gotten a chance to show everybody that anything is possible and no matter what people expect of you or whatever stigma is attached to you; you can break it, every barrier is breakable.Niquelle Edwards of the Portsmouth Secondary School placed 1st runner up and won the awards for Best spectacular creation and best evening wear.Rochelle Graham of the Isaiah Thomas Secondary School placed 2nd runner up The other contestants were Lizanne Roah of the Dominica Grammar School, Layla Calme of the North East Comprehensive School, Christie-Ann Charles of the Goodwill Secondary School, and Shakira Bramble of the Pierre Charles Secondary School.Mernel Christmas of the Isaiah Thomas Secondary captured the 2012 title of Miss Teen Dominica. Nichole Rodriguez of the same school took home the title in 2011.Photographs shot by JPIX Photography: [nggallery id =267] Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

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Details of Ighalo’s contract with Man Utd revealed

first_imgManchester United have agreed a six-month loan deal for Odion Ighalo with Shanghai Shenhua.The Premier League club announced it just before the January transfer window slam shut on Friday night.“Odion is an experienced player. He will come in and give us an option of a different type of centre-forward for the short spell he’s staying with us,” he said.“A great lad and very professional, he will make the most of his time here,” United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, said.The UK Mirror reports that Ighalo has less than two years left on his £300,000-a-week deal at Shanghai, with United agreeing to pay him £150,000-a-week for the remainder of this season.There will also be a £5million loan fee, with both clubs set to review the situation at the end of the season in view of a permanent deal.last_img read more

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WWE Summerslam 2018 Preview & Predictions Part 1 of 3

first_img Related TopicsLanaWWEWWE SummerslamZelina Vega WWE Summerslam 2018 is this weekend, and absolutely loaded up. As of now, it is a 13-match card with 9 title matches.  With so much to breakdown, we thought it would be best to cover it in three installments separated into World Title matches for both the men and women.  Undercard matches and special attraction matches.The big show at the Barclays center is only a few days away. We have a lot to cover, so let’s get right to it with installment 1, “Undercard Matches”.The B Team vs The Revival for the RAW Tag Team ChampionshipsPrediction – Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel have been given some hokey gimmicks over the years, but this one takes the cake.  The difference this time is that it works, and works well because it has been organic and played perfectly off the exit of hated heel The Miz.  These guys are on a roll and must keep the titles at all costs.  They may be the safest pick on the card.Rusev and Lana vs Cien Almas and Zelina Vega Prediction – Lana is the sexiest Diva on the roster, and Rusev is over with the crowd, it is about time they re-united these two and listened to the fans. Even with that being said however, Cien Almas is excellent in that ring, and spews heel.  Almas and Vega need this win and will get it.Finn Balor vs Baron CorbinPrediction – I’ve liked this re-incarnation of Baron Corbins latest gimmick, it has worked well for him.  Balor however is really getting slighted here.  For him to be so low on the card in a lackluster match such as this, is almost highway robbery.  WWE creative has no idea what they have in Balor, and it is frustrating to watch this blue chip star get demoted to matches such as this one. It will be even harder to watch when they make him lose on Sunday night.Cedric Alexander vs Drew Gulak for the Cruiserweight TitlePrediction -Enzo or not, it is just fun to say “Gaba Gulak”. Alexander is just too good to pick against in that ring however.  Taking the champ in this one all the way.The Bludgeon Brothers vs The New Day for the Smackdown Tag TitlePrediction – Two of the cooler gimmicks in a terrible Smackdown tag team division. They really need to put all the tag teams on one show or this will never work.  The Bludgeon Brothers continue to be on a roll and look like legit monsters.  The New Day is headed towards a split, (for real this time).  Stay with the brothers on this one. Vince McKeelast_img read more

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Bears, Colts ready for Superbattle

first_imgNo one will argue that Peyton Manning is already one of thebest NFL quarterbacks of all time. ColtsQuarterback Peyton Manning will try to win his first Super Bowl ring andshed his run of postseason failure for good Sunday against the ChicagoBears. AP PHOTO GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES But there’s one thing he lacks to match the class oflegendary NFL quarterbacks such as Bart Starr, Terry Bradshaw, JoeMontana, Troy Aikman and John Elway — a Super Bowl ring.Manning finally grabbed a chance to earn it when hisIndianapolis Colts take on the Chicago Bears on Sunday in Miami in SuperBowl XLI.Will Manning and Colts head coach Tony Dungy wipe away theirnegative image of “can’t win the big game”? Or will the Bears againreign over football with their dominating defense? Here are somehints.Reasons to watchAs has been documented many times already, this is thefirst-ever Super Bowl contested between two black head coaches — Dungyof the Colts and Lovie Smith of the Bears, two close friends. No blackhead coach has guided his team to the Super Bowl before thisyear.This game will be a matchup of the Colts’ offense vs. theBears’ defense, though both head coaches are deeply defensive-minded.The Colts’ offense ranked No. 3 in the league this season, and theBears’ defense ranked fifth.The Colts defeated the Ravens’ top-ranked defense with fivefield goals by Adam Vinatieri in the AFC Divisional Playoffs, while theBears destroyed the Saints’ No. 1 offense by forcing four turnovers inthe NFC Championship Game. Now they play face-to-face to decide theworld championship.Both teams, however, have lost some edge to their strongpoints recently.During the playoffs, Manning has been struggling. If it’s toomuch to say “struggling,” he’s been unimpressive — at least by thenormal Peyton Manning standard. Manning threw two touchdown passesagainst six interceptions in three playoff games, which were veryunusual for the stable passer that Manning is.But don’t forget this. Manning still completed more than 60percent of his passes and managed a fourth-quarter comeback in a 38-34AFC Championship win over his archrival Patriots. The thing is an“unimpressive Manning” is better than the average NFLquarterback.Manning improved his clock management and had betterknowledge of how to use his unsung supporting cast other than Pro Bowlreceivers Marvin Harrison and Reggie Wayne, such as rookie running backJoseph Addai and tight end Dallas Clark. That made up for Manning’sstruggling performance during the playoffs enough to reach the SuperBowl.For the Bears, their defense dominated the league in thefirst 10 games of the regular season. They gave up only 298 yards duringthat span and were ranked first.But they lost safety Mike Brown and defensive tackle TommieHarris, both key players to their defense, to injuries in the latterhalf of the season, causing the defense to stumble. The Bears gave up327 yards per game in their last six games and their defense dropped toNo. 5.The aggressiveness of the Bears’ defense, however, is alwaysa nightmare for opposing quarterbacks. The front four providesmuch-needed pressure, and the secondary has ball-hawkingplayers.Of its league-leading 40 quarterback sacks, rookie defensiveend Mark Anderson had a team-high 12 and fellow end Adewale Ogunleyemade 6 1/2. The defense added six more sacks during the postseason.Meanwhile, cornerbacks Ricky Manning Jr. and Charles Tillman both hadfive interceptions this season.And then there’s the defense’s heart and soul, BrianUrlacher, who led the team with 185 tackles, at the middle. The starlinebacker plays physical against the run and has decent speed to dropback into pass coverage.For the Bears to winRun the football and keep Manning off the field.Though struggling a little bit during the playoffs, Manningis the most dangerous guy on the Colts’ roster. The Bears should run theball with the running back tandem of Thomas Jones and Cedric Benson tocontrol the ball. That is something the Jaguars and Titans managed to doto pick up late-season victories over Indianapolis.The Colts had the league’s worst rush defense, though it hasdramatically improved in the playoffs. The Colts’ speedy but smalldefensive linemen and linebackers are vulnerable against the run. Thatis an advantage the Bears should try to exploit.For the Colts to winKeep good field position.One of the weaknesses the Colts have is kick coverage, andthe Bears have a reliable kick return specialist in rookie Devin Hester,who set the new NFL record with six touchdown returns. And strength inthe field-position battle is one of the reasons the Bears are in Miaminow.Bears quarterback Rex Grossman has had many ups and downsthis season. You never know whether on Sunday you’ll see “Good Rex,” whoscored league-leading passer rating in some games, or “Bad Rex,” whomarked a 0.0 rating against the Packers in the regular-season finale,though he only played few snaps in the game. But even “Bad Rex” can leadsome scoring drives when he gets good field position against the Colts.Key matchupsColts tight end Clark vs. Bears linebackerUrlacher.Clark led the Colts with 17 catches for 281 yards in theplayoffs while Harrison and Wayne were kept in check. Unlike theprototypical tight end, Clark can run deep routes. And one of Manning’sfavorite and most effective plays during the playoffs has been theintermediate pass to Clark.That’s where Urlacher comes in. Urlacher covers the deepmiddle as well as the underneath routes. Don’t forget that Urlacher hadthree interceptions this season. Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis vs.the Bears’ offensive line.The Colts’ defense provides the pass rush from the outside.Mathis had a team-high 9 1/2 sacks while Freeney had 5 1/2. Freeney’snumbers dropped from last season’s league-leading 12, but he still isone of the most dangerous pass rushers.The Bears’ offensive line has decent talent. They have solidpass blockers in John Tait and Ruben Brown to protect Grossman’s blindside. Center Olin Kreutz is undersized but is strong at the point ofattack and picks up the blitz well. Protecting Grossman is the key toprevent “Bad Rex” from coming out. center_img IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img read more

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ENB primary school teams take part in AFL finals

first_imgAFL BY ELIZABETH VUVU Thirty-two primary school teams converged on Kalabond AFL field in Kokopo for the grand finals and playoffs to determine the winners of the 2018 Paradise Foods Kokopo Schools AFL competition. With everything on the line, individual players and teams’ performance rose to a new level and spectators were treated to some outstanding displays from the young talent last Saturday. AFLPNG development officer Alfred Samario congratulated the 32 teams from the eight participating schools, along with their teachers and team managers for dedicating their time to organise all the players. “All players demonstrated the values of teamwork, discipline and fair play over the 10-week competition, and all players have dramatically increased their skills levels over 10 weeks of training and playing,” AFLPNG Australian volunteer Ben Vile said. In the U13 girls grand final, Kokopo Primary 25 defeated Vunapope Primary 8 while in the U13 boys division, Ulagunan Primary 18 beat Kabaleo Primary 17 in what was a close encounter Playoff matches were organised to determine final placings in each division (1-8). Winning teams for each division were also presented with trophies and AFL merchandise prizes were given out to the best on ground player for each playoff. In the girls U13 division, Mary Dominic of Kokopo Primary took out the award, for the boys U13 category, Ezekiel Bale of Kabaleo Primary picked up the prize. In the U15 boys, Vincent Waninara of Vunapope Primary took out the award while in the U16 girls division, Janet Lalio of Kokopo Primary walked away with the award. AFLPNG would like to thank major sponsor Paradise Foods, and also Digicel PNG, Nivani, Kokopo Beach Bungalows, and Brian Bell, for their support of the 2018 competition. AFLPNG has also thanked the volunteers for helping run the competition.last_img read more

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Girls Basketball Results; Section Playoffs

first_img Section 53A Quarterfinals#1 Monticello 58, #8 Rocori 44(Rocori’s season ends with a 3-23 record)#2 Dassel-Cokato 46, #7 Apollo 36(Apollo’s season ends with a 3-24 record)Section 52A First Round#5 Maple Lake 65, #4 Cathedral 54#3 Foley 58, #6 Rockford 36(Foley plays Annandale at 8pm at Dassel-Cokato Saturday night) Auto (360p) About Connatix V56892 720p HD Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 1080p HDcenter_img About Connatix V56892 360p Section 84A Quarterfinals#3 Tech 53, #6 Elk River 38(Tech improves to 17-10 and will play against 2nd seeded St. Michael-Albertville at 2:30 at St. Cloud State Saturday afternoon)Section 83A Quarterfinals#2 Sartell-St. Stephen 59, #3 Little Falls 27(Sartell is 19-8 and will play against top seeded Fergus Falls at St. Cloud State at 6pm Saturday)#1 Alexandria 70, #4 Sauk Rapids-Rice 18(Sauk Rapids-Rice finishes season at 7-20) 1/1last_img read more

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