Categories: Editorial, OpinionFor The Daily GazetteNo woman celebrates abortion. No woman wants an abortion the way she wants an ice cream cone or an iPhone X. Legally, there is no question that the new law allows abortion for any reason up to the moment of birth.Gov. Andrew Cuomo can spin it any way he wants, but as an attorney, he knows this is true.Lawmakers could have put language in the law to limit late-term abortions to cases where there is a grave physical health danger to the mother, but they didn’t.Instead, they gave Planned Parenthood exactly what it wanted — an open-ended “health” exception that allows abortion for reasons of age, economics and family circumstances; virtually anything will suffice.Think about that.An unfettered absolute right to abortion for all nine months of pregnancy is now imbedded in New York law.The same fully formed infants that parents excitedly watch on the ultrasound screen kicking their legs and sucking their thumbs can now be legally destroyed at any point in their in utero development. But lawmakers didn’t stop there.They also removed protections in law for infants who might accidentally survive an abortion.Yes, that happens.And yes, our law had previously offered these babies immediate medical attention and gave them all of the legal rights each and every one of us enjoys as a born human being. But no more. Now they can be left to die on the table. New York’s criminal charge of felony abortion was also wiped off the books by the new law.Human traffickers and domestic abusers are the ones rejoicing here. No longer can they be charged for coerced abortions or attacks intentionally targeting a pregnancy to cause miscarriage.In early February, a pregnant woman and her unborn child were viciously bludgeoned to death in Queens.The district attorney charged the alleged perpetrator with second degree murder and second-degree abortion, but had to drop the abortion charge when he realized the crime no longer exists.As a result, there will never be justice for the death of that very-much-wanted baby.So much for “choice.”Gov. Cuomo has said that New York’s new abortion law is the most aggressive one in the country.He’s right about that. Abortion is a tragedy all the way around.Biologically, that’s because abortion ends the life of a developing human. It’s not a developing carrot or a developing toad.It’s not like losing an appendix or losing your tonsils.It’s the loss of a developing human child.The celebration of New York’s new abortion policy was shameful.The cheering in the Senate chamber, the party at the governor’s mansion and the lighting of state buildings like the Freedom Tower in Manhattan were deeply offensive to many New Yorkers.They are right to be outraged. And their outrage will not soon be forgotten. It is overly permissive, extreme and dangerous.It will leave in its wake more dead infants and many wounded mothers. It was all about politics and not about the best interests of the people. Did we need it? Absolutely not.New York already had the highest abortion rate of any state in the country.And that’s a heartbreaking designation, not a celebratory badge of honor.Kathleen M. Gallagher of Schenectady is the director of pro-life activities for the New York State Catholic Conference.More from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidation
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56 Watson Street, Camp Hill.Ms Gianniotis said she had noticed older people had lived in the area for about 60 to 70 years and were now moving on.“Young blood is moving in and it gives them an opportunity to live in an entry level home, or plan to do a full renovation,” she said.“Young families are looking to create their dream homes when they can afford it.”She said traditional homes in the area were Queenslanders.“Young buyers are willing to spend around $600,000 to $800,000 and it hasn’t surprised me. There’s still a lot of potential here and a lot of changes in the area will increase the value. The area hasn’t been maximised.” 56 Watson Street, Camp Hill was sold to a family that did a full raise and renovation.Camp Hill is experiencing a mighty rejuvenation with a change in the demographics of the residents in the suburb. Joanna Gianniotis, of Place – Bulimba, said older people were moving out and young families were moving in and renovating homes or building new ones. This had helped to raise the medium price in the past five years.“Young people are drawn to the area because of the easy access to the city,” she said. “There’s no bottlenecks, the streets are wide and the blocks are quite big, about 600sq m.”She sold a property at 56 Watson St, Camp Hill to a family that did a full raise and renovation.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 202056 Watson Street, Camp Hill.
33 Greenlinks Crescent, NarangbaTHERE is more to this renovated home at Narangba than meets the eye.The house at 33 Greenlinks Crescent sits diagonally on a 1000sq m block that stretches far beyond its street frontage.It was part of the reason why owners Chris and Clare Bultitude bought the property about three years ago. 33 Greenlinks Crescent, NarangbaThey were looking for a big home that had enough space for Clare’s mother to live with them.Mr Bultitude said this one was perfect because it has dual living.“It is its own little flat inside the house,” he said.He said the large block gave everyone space to spread out while still having enough to cater for guests. 33 Greenlinks Crescent, NarangbaAn open kitchen, living and dining room is at the heart of the home, which flows onto an alfresco patio and separate outdoor entertainment area.There are four bedrooms, the master which has an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe while two others have built-in wardrobes. 33 Greenlinks Crescent, Narangba 33 Greenlinks Crescent, NarangbaThe granny flat has an open plan kitchen, living and dining area with a bedroom and ensuite.Mr Bultitude, who is a builder by trade, said the house was unrecognisable before they renovated it.‘The only thing we haven’t done is the kitchen,” he said. 33 Greenlinks Crescent, NarangbaMore from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019“My mother in law has got her own garden and then we’ve got our own garden,” Mr Bultitude said.“We’d have quite a few relatives over from the UK too.” 33 Greenlinks Crescent, Narangba“I’ve just finished the pool recently.“There was a lot of space there, we moved the fence out to make it bigger around the pool.“I’m quite proud that I’ve done that.”The home also has a double garage and is close to parks, walking tracks, schools, shops and public transport.
84 Harding St, Hendra goes to digital auction on Saturday April 4 at 11am.“In the current climate, it is a way of keeping people safe, while engaging with the broader market.”The way it works in Queensland is that auction audiences and buyers watch the auction via livestream to a computer, tablet or smartphone. Registered bidders then place their bids over the phone with an agent on the ground. Anyone wanting to bid has to fill out a standard REIQ authority to convey telephone bids form.More from newsCOVID-19 renovation boom: How much Aussies are spending to give their houses a facelift during the pandemic3 days agoWhizzkid buys almost one property a month during COVID-197 days ago“In theory, there should be no great change in terms of results, because if you think about the important ingredients (for auctions) it’s buyers, not crowds,” Mr Burgin said. “Crowds play no function in the transaction.” Auctioneer Tara Kelly of Professional Media at 84 Harding Street, Hendra which is one of the properties which will go under the virtual hammer on April 4. Picture: Annette Dew.Social distancing rules are bringing an inevitable end to outdoor auctions as we know them. Instead, we could become a nation of armchair bidders as virtual auctions rise up to take their place. According to Peter Burgin, a chief auctioneer for Brisbane-based real estate agency Place Estate Agents, said there was no reason why auctions could not continue using digital tools and working within Queensland regulations. “There are a couple of online platforms you can use. Gavl is one we have been using for a couple of years now, but given the circumstances, it’s become a more important tool than ever,” he said.“It can ensure the continuation of business, while meeting social distancing standards.”While the livestreaming platform allows potential buyers to bid online in some states, Mr Burgin said the rules were different in Queensland. MORE: The new rules for buying and selling property ‘Isolated property’ demand surges after coronavirus escalation Millions in home sales as virtual reality auctions kick off “We are not using those functions because they don’t really meet Queensland registration regulations and we would prefer to have people communicating with us over the phone while they are bidding to ensure that they are 100 per cent comfortable with the process.”Tara Kelly of Professional Media, who runs auction livestreams and produces virtual home tours for estate agencies, is among those being swamped by requests for digital solutions. “It’s just the way of the future. It has such a strong following. It’s the new digital letterbox dropping, people seeing your face and brand digitally.”Mr Burgin said he expected sellers to continue with auctions rather than cancel them. “I think people understand that there is nothing that is preventing anybody, residing anywhere in the world from participating in an online auction,” he said. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:14Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:14 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenAuctions in the time of COVID-1900:15 84 Harding St, Hendra, is being taken to auction by Place using livestream and phone bids.He said that in the two years or so that he had run Gavl at auctions, over the phone bidders had won a couple of times.“It has gone from an option to use for convenience to something that’s an important part of how we do business,” he said.This weekend all auctions at Place will be livestreamed, with Mr Burgin expecting to run six of them on Saturday. Ray White estate agency also announced this week that from today, private auctions would be undertaken without bidders or other members of the public present. Registrations and bidding will be done online or over the phone.Mr Burgin said the auctions are “a buyers only environment”. 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Versailles, in. — Indianapolis-On Friday, April 20, 2018, three troopers and two motor carrier inspectors from the Versailles District received awards from Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter during a ceremony at the Indiana State Government Center in Indianapolis, Indiana.Trooper Jordan Craig was honored as being chosen as the Versailles District’s “Trooper of the District” for 2017. Trp. Craig is a K-9 Handler and a two year veteran of the Indiana State Police. Trp. Craig currently serves on the Indiana State Police-Versailles Criminal Patrol Team. The award is given annually to the trooper from each ISP district who shows exceptional work ethic and excels in criminal investigations and community relations.Trooper James Herbert was honored with a “DUI Enforcement Award” at the ceremony. Trp. Herbert was recognized for having arrested 63 intoxicated drivers during 2017 which led the Indiana State Police-Versailles District. The 63 arrests also ranked him in the “Top 5” for DUI arrests among all Indiana troopers. Trp. Herbert is a three year veteran of the Indiana State Police.Trooper Christopher Lockman was given a “Life Saving Award” and a “Silver Star” for his efforts in saving the life of a man trapped in floodwaters on a Jackson County road on May 7, 2017. The incident occurred on County Road 50 North when a vehicle was swept off the roadway in heavy floodwaters and began to sink. Trp. Lockman and deputies with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department arrived on scene to attempt a rescue of the driver, who was disabled. Trp. Lockman, who is an ISP-Dive Team Member, entered the water with the assistance of the deputies. He was able to reach the man and rescued him from the vehicle just prior to the vehicle being completely submerged in water. The officers pulled the man to dry ground and provided medical assistance. Trp. Lockman is a seven year veteran of the Indiana State Police.Master Motor Carrier Inspector William St. John was given the “Ralph Reed Award” as the Indiana Motor Carrier Inspector of the Year. The award is given out annually to the motor carrier inspector who shows exemplary work ethic, motivation, and dedication towards completing the mission of the Indiana State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division. M/MCI St. John worked out of the I-74 West Harrison Truck Scales. He retired earlier this month after serving 30 years with the ISP-CVED Division.Master Motor Carrier Inspector Mary Eglen was given a “Life Saving Award” for her actions while off duty and visiting California in December 2017. While eating dinner at a restaurant in Monrovia, California, a person began choking inside the restaurant. M/MCI Eglen successfully administered the “Heimlich Maneuver” which dislodged the object from the woman’s throat, effectively saving her life. M/MCI Eglen works out of the I-65 Seymour Truck Scales. She is a 28 year veteran of the Indiana State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division.Indiana State Police-Versailles District Commander Lieutenant Paul Adams stated “The work of these Indiana State Police employees shouldn’t go unnoticed. Their dedication and commitment to the mission of the Indiana State Police has provided an important public service that has made our communities better places to live.”
Helen J. Wilson, age 89 of Harrison, Ohio passed away Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at Ridge Wood Health Campus Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Born April 26, 1929 in Cincinnati, Ohio the daughter of Henry and Eva (Weron) Mueller.Helen graduated from Our Lady of Angels High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. Worked as a Baker for Kroger’s for many years. Married Donald C. Wilson September 4, 1948 in Cincinnati, Ohio and was a member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Harrison, Ohio.Helen is survived by her daughters Karen (Edward) Farris and Connie Thompson of Harrison, Ohio. Grandmother of Eddie (Erica) Farris, Randy (Kara) Farris, Doug (Dawn) Farris, Justin (Tara) Zinser and Jill (Shawn) Young. Great grandmother of 16.Preceded in death by her husband Donald C. Wilson, parents Henry and Eva Mueller, sister Mary Ann Keller and son in law Milton L. Thompson.Visitation will be held Friday, December 7, 2018 from 9:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. at Jackman Hensley Funeral Home 215 Broadway Street Harrison, Ohio followed by Mass of Christian Burial 11:30 A.M. at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church Harrison, Ohio with Father Jeffrey M. Kemper officiating. Burial will follow at St John the Baptist Cemetery Harrison, Ohio.Memorials may be directed to Hamilton County SPCA and or St Jude Children’s Hospital c/o the funeral home.
Barcelona transfer news has been dominated by their hopes of signing a forward this summer and it has been reported that Aubameyang is the club’s Plan B if they cannot sign Inter striker Lautaro Martinez. Aubameyang was instilled as the Gunners captain earlier this season but he is out of contract in North London next summer and if he does not commit his future to the club this summer, they may decide to cash-in. Read Also: Chelsea ponder move for Barcelona shot-stopperInter striker Martinez has a €111m release clause in his contract but it is unlikely that the Blaugrana can match that fee, so may have to look at alternatives.Aubameyang prolific for Arsenal since his January 2018 switch from the Bundesliga, scoring 66 goals in 106 appearances.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted ContentBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemAll Who Were Alive In The 1980’s Will Get Shivers When See ThisWorld’s Most Delicious Foods8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Rarest And Most Valuable Card In The Whole World5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Art Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang remains hopeful of a summer switch to Barcelona. The details are outlined on the front page of Wednesday’s edition of Diario Sport, which claims the Gabonese striker wants to join the Camp Nou this summer.Advertisement
A school bus driver is being held a hero after her quick thinking prevented a high school student from being hit by a speeding vehicle.The incident occurred on April 26th in the Norwich City School District.Video shows the student walk to the front of the bus as the school bus comes to a stop. The bus driver then opens the doors for the student and the student begins to walk off of the bus. The bus driver then grabs the student by the book bag and prevents him from fully exiting the bus as a speeding vehicle passes by in the same moment.“Samantha did an outstanding job,” said NCSD Transportation Supervisor William Loomis said of the bus driver. “All of our drivers undergo continuous training so they’re prepared to handle situations like this.”Officials also hope that this video and others like it will show the public the potential dangers of speeding around stopped school buses.
New Delhi: National badminton coach Pullela Gopichand addressed a special online session organised by the Sports Authority of India for its newly appointed Assistant Directors and spoke about the immense importance of coaches in the sporting ecosystem.Gopichand who has coached India to two Olympic medals in 2012 (Saina Nehwal) and 2016 (P.V. Sindhu) said: “You want people to be on-field, you want them to work as coaches… (however) as time goes by, a lot of people want to become mentors and administrators and they don’t want to continue coaching.“As administrators I want you to be aware, of who are putting in the effort and who are remotely managing. Most successful models worldwide are coach-driven, sports science and athlete-driven. People working on the field should be the decision-makers.”Gopichand added that rather than having grassroot-level coaches, intermediate coaches and elite coaches as part of a hierarchy, they should all work parallel to each other. He also added that it is important coaches are constantly motivated so that they don’t lose interest in their job.The badminton ace who became a national hero with his All-England Championship win in 2001, said that the funding model of sports could be changed in order to throw up more champions. “All present models are athlete-centric, they don’t benefit the sport as a whole. They benefit individual athletes. We should look at funding a group rather than individual athletes. The structure should throw up champions. The level of competition should be so high, that they become world-class without them even knowing. The number 2 and number 3 should be constantly pushing the number 1,” he explained.Pullela Gopichand added that to create more winners, it is important to have a strong domestic competition structure, “The competition structure should be strong where everyone is striving to beat the other. We need to find small pockets where not only training is world-class but competition is also world-class. Internal competition is what will make people strive to get better.”He also emphasised on sports administrators taking up a more holistic approach towards player development, “Administrators should look at being innovative and ensuring the holistic development of the athlete, and we should see that development happening all through. The champion will last longer if there is a more holistic approach,” said Gopichand. IANSAlso Read: Live online workshops a wonderful initiative during a lockdown: Pullela GopichandAlso Watch: East Siang District Administration in Arunachal Pradesh cautious over coronavirus