PUBLISHED: 18:08 23 June 2019 | UPDATED: 18:11 23 June 2019 Daniel Hickey Hemsby Lifeboat was called to reports of a boat performing high-speed manoeuvres on the River Yare at Reedham on June 22. Picture: Daniel Hickey. Archant A boat performing high-speed manoeuvres on the Norfolk Broads sparked an emergency response from a lifeboat crew. Hemsby Lifeboat was called to reports of a boat performing high-speed manoeuvres on the River Yare at Reedham on June 22. Picture: Daniel Hickey.Hemsby Lifeboat was called on Saturday night at 10.30pm to reports of a cruiser speeding on the River Yare between Reedham and Brundall.The boat was noticed by Conor Newstead-Jones, 16, who lives in Reedham.He said he was at The Ship Inn, on the banks of the river, when he heard a boat approaching with its engine at "fairly high revs"."I thought that doesn't sound good, I knew he was speeding, I ran down and shouted at him to slow down, but he took no notice," he said.The … [Read more...] about ‘One hell of a wall of water’
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By Ariella Plachta | [email protected] | Los Angeles Daily NewsPUBLISHED: March 24, 2019 at 8:23 am | UPDATED: March 26, 2019 at 6:39 am Freshman Congresswoman Ilham Omar of Minnesota urged some 400 Los Angeles-area Muslims packed inside the Woodland Hills Hilton on Saturday to stand defiant and “raise hell” in the face of discrimination they confront as Muslims in America. It’s advice the politician appears to have adopted as her own strategy, as this appearance — a fund-raising event hosted by the Council on American-Islamic Relations — came just weeks after her comments sparked national controversy and exposed a generational divide within the Democratic party on its approach to Israel, the pro-Israel lobby The American Israel Public Affairs Committee and anti-Semitism. Outside the hotel ahead of the event were at least 1,000 people protesting, creating a sea of American and Israeli flags along Canoga Avenue and picket signs with messages the likes of … [Read more...] about Greeted by protests, Rep. Ilhan Omar tells LA-area Muslims to ‘raise hell’ in face of intolerance
An angry neighbour sent a Wellingborough family an anonymous letter complaining that their Christmas light display made their December "hell". The Beetsons have raised almost £24,000 for charity since 2007 through donations from people that have enjoyed their festive display.But some residents were less than happy and opted to voice their discontent through the medium of an anonymous letter, dated December 31.It read: "Just a note of thanks from a few of us for making our December/Christmas, absolute HELL again."The constant noise, the traffic and on occasions being unable to get on or off our own driveways is not why we chose Torrington Road."Maybe next year you can consider others and have your over the top display somewhere other than on a residential housing estate." Karl Beetson took to Facebook to expose the incognito 'bah humbug' and address their concerns.He said traffic was managed as best as possible with the help of road closures, parking reminders, cones and … [Read more...] about ‘Thanks for making our December hell’: Wellingborough family receive angry anonymous letter from neighbours complaining about Christmas lights
Jeff Stein, The Washington Post Published 8:27 am PST, Saturday, January 5, 2019 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., was elected to Congress in 2018. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., was elected to Congress in 2018. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Melina Mara Photo: Washington Post Photo By Melina Mara Image 1 of / 15 Caption Close Image 1 of 15 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., was elected to Congress in 2018. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., was elected to Congress in 2018. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Melina Mara Ocasio-Cortez wants higher taxes on very rich Americans. Here's how much money that could raise. 1 / 15 Back to Gallery Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., … [Read more...] about Ocasio-Cortez wants higher taxes on very rich Americans. Here’s how much money that could raise.
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Maria Cramer Globe Staff November 25, 2018 On a snowy March morning in 2017, half a dozen men walked out of the state’s maximum security prison, their sentences at an end. Some beamed as they rushed into the arms of tearful relatives. Others were grim-faced and tense, apprehensive about their new freedom. Lisa Newman-Polk looked on anxiously as she waited for Shaquille Brown’s turn to come. She had been Brown’s lawyer during much of his three years in prison for violating probation in an assault case, and was the only person to visit him in all that time. No relatives, not even his mother, had come.As she watched the reunions, she wondered how he would feel when he stepped through the door. Brown had spent almost his entire adolescence incarcerated, much of it in solitary confinement. He had told her many times he was terrified of the world … [Read more...] about ‘I been in hell all my life’