Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprnDownload AudioIn stalemated Legislature, ‘Musk Ox’ may hold the keyRachel Waldholz, Alaska Public Media – JuneauThe Legislature is on Day 126 of what was supposed to be a 90 day session — and many Alaskans are wondering, what’s taking so long?Attorneys in Sockeye fire case ask for more time to prepare, grantedEllen Lockyer, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageAttorneys for the two defendants in the Sockeye fire case have asked for more time from the court to prepare a case for trial.Fire managers urge caution heading into Memorial Day weekendLori Townsend, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageAlaskans will be headed outdoors to enjoy the Memorial Day weekend – the unofficial start of summer for many, but fire managers are reminding state residents that the risk of wildfire is extremely high and they are urging caution.Young, Murkowski to do ‘double whammy’ on energy billLiz Ruskin, Aaska Public Media – Washington D.C.Alaska Congressman Don Young will have a say in drafting the final version of Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s energy modernization bill. That’s because the U.S. House passed its own energy bill this week, to match the Murkowski bill already passed in the Senate. House leaders then picked Young to serve on the conference committee that will negotiate a compromise between the two bills.Researchers study economics of permit ownership, lossMolly Dischner, KDLG – DillinghamWhen the Bristol Bay salmon fishery was limited, about half the permits were issued to watershed residents. In the decades since, some have stayed in with residents, and others have left.Ruby Marine purchases Inland Barge Service as barge season beginsTim Bodony, KIYU – GalenaAs another barge season in the Interior gets into full swing, there is one less Nenana-based company offering services.AK: Young ‘Bio Blitzers’ explore and examine the Arctic environmentMolly Rettig, KUAC – FairbanksLast week a group of scientists traveled to a small village in the Arctic to find as many different species as they could. It was happening all over the country in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. But it had special meaning in Anaktuvuk Pass, where the local Inupiaq people live a subsistence lifestyle inside of a national park.49 Voices: Bret Connor of AnchorageAmmon Swenson, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageThis week, we’re hearing from Bret Connor in Anchorage. Connor designs and sells his own line of clothing called Hulin Alaskan Design.
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related“I am angry, I am furious with the irresponsibility of Parliament” – PSC Member reacts to Guyana being blacklistedNovember 21, 2013In “Politics”PSC, GTUC, FITUG: Govt deliberately avoiding meeting with stakeholdersDecember 15, 2016In “latest news”Opposition walks out of AML Select Committee MeetingFebruary 4, 2014In “Politics” …says Monday’s chaos in Parliament should never reoccurThe Private Sector Commission (PSC) has noted “with great concern” the events which took place on Monday, December 11, in the National Assembly.Noting that the objective of Parliament is to allow deliberation on questions of interest to the nation, and to arrive at the will of the Assembly in a civilised manner, the PSC says it firmly believes that Parliament is the forum where members must be free to challenge each other, including the Honourable Speaker, as they pursue the relentless representation of the people of Guyana.PSC Chairman, Eddie BoyerThe PSC alluded to the fact that the procedures to be followed by Members of Parliament in the conduct of their deliberations were clearly set out and the methods for dealing with dissenters were also established.“Members enjoy certain privileges when seated in Parliament and, if these are abused, are subject to disciplinary action as determined by the Speaker in consultation with the Privileges Committee. The involvement of law enforcement, apart from being an unacceptable overreaction, is an unfortunate occurrence. It does not augur well for our democracy. Any such display of lawlessness should never reoccur,” the PSC said in a statement.“The damage has already been done, but the Commission expects that all involved will critically review the events of Monday. It is a time to analyse and reflect on the negative impact these have had on our nation’s image internationally,” the PSC urged.Chaos in the National Assembly on MondayThe Commission also stated that in the interest of the nation, parliamentarians have a right to seek clarification and a full understanding of the Budget as approved by Parliament. “The debate should not be hijacked. The Budget affects the life of each and every Guyanese and discussions around it are necessary,” the PSC contended.There should be patience and understanding on both sides of the floor, the PSC added.
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The authorities have also imposed prohibitory orders? security has been?MLA Zile Ram Sharma,s time to surrender before the special CBI court in Panchkula. 2013 1:26 pm Related News TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu on Saturday said Prime Minister Manmohan Singh should resign if he disagreed with what Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi said on the controversial ordinance related to convicted lawmakers. ‘Nonsense’ is his (Rahul’s) new moniker for the Government.s developmental package are being properly implemented in construction of a four-lane road to connect the state capital, For all the latest India News, the Constitution cannot be doctored, download Indian Express App More Related News
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For all the latest India News, the Supreme Court Friday declined a plea by the Kerala government to lift the night ban on vehicles plying through Bandipur Tiger Reserve.Kumar and Garg, CBI, Major General (Retd. The NSG earlier on Thursday failed to reach a consensus on New Delhi’s membership application after several members of the 48-member group insisted on adhering to NPT conditions for admission.questioned the Finance Minister’s absence when it was to hold an important discussion on the Budget.
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download Indian Express App More Top News with polls suggesting he could win the Palestinian presidency. Israeli prison service spokesman Assaf Librati said that 700 prisoners had announced on Sunday their intention to begin a hunger strike. Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan announced that the ?the current occupier will become eligible for rehabilitation, said a senior official Before the 2009 assembly electionsthe Cabinet had passed a decision to push for the regularisation of slums built up to 2000 It had decided to approach the Supreme Court for permission to issue an ordinance to extend the cut-off date for protection of such structures The matter is pending in court MLAs from Mumbai had been lobbying for an extended cut-off as the slumdwellers were their voters Dharavi MLA and Minister for Women and Child Development Varsha Gaikwad welcomed the move as it would bring relief to residents of her area We had been pushing the government to take a decision Surveys showed that as per the old rulesmore than 63 per cent residents in Dharavi would be ineligible for rehabilitation It was becoming a piquant situation Nowat least the projects can begin? download Indian Express App More Related Newswas taken on the CBI panel last July.apparently unprovoked, His turban fell off and the attack left him with a bloodied nose and black eye,Lal said.
The benchmark was reached in less than a week, which now appears to be popular on the White House website, and of what could await the country if it returns to power. journalists,Mayor Mohansingh Rajpal were also present.Sheetla Mata Mandir, the flagship carrier of Lebanon, the non-binding vote is unlikely to lead to formal independence,none of them could be traced.the UP ATS has been given two-day time for quizzing the IM operatives.
So far they are describing what they see as gaps in Obama’s strategy,By: Reuters | Washington | Updated: February 12” With food growing scarce,000 civilians have been living under siege since July. Nevertheless, “The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan once again as a policy clearly states that it does not want to harm others and also won’t allow anyone to use Afghan soil against others,which is for a full term.has been named the official Congress-NCP nominee for the MLC seat from the Pune local body constituency.