Nick Perry, Associated Press Updated 1:32 am PDT, Friday, August 9, 2019 In this photo released by New Zealand Police, boxes containing methamphetamine are displayed by the police in Auckland, New Zealand, Friday. Aug. 9, 2019. New Zealand police said Friday they had arrested two British men after finding a huge stash of methamphetamine in an Auckland apartment that would have been worth tens of millions of dollars if sold on the street. Police said they've been targeting a foreign criminal organization working in New Zealand as part of what they're calling Operation Essex. (New Zealand Police via AP) less In this photo released by New Zealand Police, boxes containing methamphetamine are displayed by the police in Auckland, New Zealand, Friday. Aug. 9, 2019. New Zealand police said Friday they had arrested two ... more Photo: AP … [Read more...] about New Zealand police arrest 2 British men in huge meth bust
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The pound has had a rough few years. The currency has been fighting an uphill battle with the Euro ever since the Brexit vote came back in 2016 and has since hit a two-year low against the dollar and Euro as the government insists the UK is prepared to leave the EU without a deal. So what does this mean for your travels? We spoke to Steve Nowottny from MoneySavingExpert.com, who shared some tips on the best ways to make your pound stretch further this summer. Should you opt to be charged in pounds or local currency? “When paying on a card or withdrawing cash from an ATM overseas, you’ll often be asked if you want the transaction to be in pounds or the local currency. As a general rule, never pay in pounds – it’s almost always best to opt for the local currency, as otherwise the overseas retailer or bank will do the conversion and rates are generally awful.” Where is the best place to get travel money from? … [Read more...] about 12 destinations where your British pound will go the furthest
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Business | Boeing Flights Grounded Across the Globe, but Not in the U.S. Advertisement Supported by ByDavid Gelles, Thomas Kaplan, Kenneth P. Vogel and Natalie Kitroeff March 12, 2019 With more countries grounding Boeing jets and with lawmakers, aviation workers and consumers calling on the United States to do the same, the head of the aerospace giant on Tuesday made a personal appeal to President Trump. Boeing’s chief executive, Dennis A. Muilenburg, called from Chicago and expressed to Mr. Trump his confidence in the safety of the 737 Max 8 jets, according to two people briefed on the conversation. Two of the planes flown by overseas carriers have crashed in recent months in similar accidents. The brief call had been in the works since Monday, but it came shortly after Mr. Trump raised concerns that … [Read more...] about Boeing Flights Grounded Across the Globe, but Not in the U.S.
Joe Mcdonald, Ap Business Writer Updated 6:45 am CDT, Tuesday, March 12, 2019 A worker stands near the screen showing the Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) at the Korea Exchange in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, March 12, 2019. Asian stock markets have followed Wall Street higher as investors look ahead to the British parliament’s vote on a plan to leave the European Union. Benchmarks in Shanghai, Tokyo, and Sydney all advanced. less A worker stands near the screen showing the Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) at the Korea Exchange in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, March 12, 2019. Asian stock markets have followed Wall Street higher ... more Photo: Lee Jin-man, AP Photo: Lee Jin-man, AP Image 1 of / 5 Caption Close Image 1 of 5 A worker stands near the screen … [Read more...] about Global stocks dip, pound drops ahead of Brexit vote
Author: Kevin Corrigan Publish date: Feb 20, 2019 Unsent /un-sent/ 1. To have failed so badly on a route you had previously climbed that you negate your redpoint. 2. A humor column. Comments Don Sparks Well-bolted, nice movement, great beginner lead. Natalia Mikhailov Fun route, but the grade is soft. If 1960s Direct at Old School Coliseum is 5.9, and Hemp Rope Special at the Layton Kor Playground is 5.8, then this should be 5.6. Alan Nedermeyer Natalia, you can’t really compare old-school trad areas to new-school sport crags. Adam Noobie Went for this as my first outdoor lead based on Don’s suggestion. Thought “well-bolted” meant “a lot of bolts.” Turns out he meant the opposite. Avoid unless you are very confident at the grade. Unsent: Why I'm Gonna Chop the Bolts on Adam Ondra's Silence (5.15d) Don Sparks I dunno! As a 5.13 climber, it felt pretty cruiser to me. And yes, well-bolted means not over-bolted. If you want sport … [Read more...] about Unsent: Every Mountain Project Comment Thread