APTN National NewsThis week Iqaluit has played host to the world mining industry with the Nunavut Mining Symposium.The big difference between this conference and many others about the North is location.APTN’s Kent Driscoll has the story.Follow this reporter on Twitter: @kentdriscoll
The spokesman announced the decision last Friday in a statement released after Secretary-General Kofi Annan met with Mr. Arlacchi, the Director-General of the UN Office at Vienna and Executive Director of the UN Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention.During their meeting, the two officials discussed Mr. Arlacchi’s appointment, which is set to expire on 28 February 2002. “Mr. Arlacchi indicated that he could not continue in his post for another full term,” the statement said. “It was agreed that he would stay in his position until mid-2002.”According to the statement, Mr. Annan and Mr. Arlacchi also reviewed the state of the UN drug control programme, especially the situation in Afghanistan in the context of recent developments.
.@StandardNews have launched the ES Dispossession Fund with @london_cf to help the residents of #GrenfellTower. https://t.co/u54LmAbXgo pic.twitter.com/e6ywq5oZKW— JustGiving (@JustGiving) June 14, 2017 Here’s how you can support those affected by the fire in West London: https://t.co/vcXUvic1aR pic.twitter.com/3zcYKjl7mz— JustGiving (@JustGiving) June 14, 2017 Community centres also have been left “overwhelmed” by donations of food and clothing from members of the public.Meanwhile, Simon Cowell has pledged to help the victims by releasing a charity single.Anger is mounting over a litany of failings that led to the Grenfell Tower disaster, as fears grow that the death toll could rise to more than 100.Here’s how you can help the Grenfell Tower victims. Several charity and fundraising campaigns were set up following the blaze at the 24-storey block in north Kensington, west London.Haley Yearwood, a teacher at a school in the borough, started a JustGiving page which alone has helped raise more than £1m.Another campaign back by the Evening Standard newspaper on behalf of Grenfell Tower residents has also surpassed £1m.Ms Yearwood said she was “humbled” by the “absolutely amazing response” from members of the public who have donated.“Wow! We’ve got a million pounds,” she said. “I’ve raised the target again and no doubt it may have to be raised again. Thank you all so much.“I thought a target of £10,000 might have been a bit cheeky. The love and charity everyone has shown is so fantastic. This is going to help the families so much.“I know that many of our students and their families will be affected by this awful fire.” Donations to help those affected by the Grenfell Tower tragedy have surpassed £2million in just two days. A spokesperson for JustGiving said: “JustGiving has once again seen a swell in generosity following the dreadful fire at the Grenfell Tower in west London in the early hours of this morning. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. “As with all emergency situations, we will be holding funds while we work with page owners to ensure that all money makes it to those in need.”
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedGuyana’s Priyanna Ramdhani selected for Pan AM Camp in SurinameOctober 25, 2017In “latest news”Ramdhani captures ladies singles, doubles at Badminton tournamentJune 23, 2014In “Sports”Ramdhani reaches quarter-finals of U-19 Int’l badminton tourneyMarch 10, 2016In “latest news” Local badminton ace Priyanna Ramdhani on Monday evening advanced to the quarter-finals of the Pan American Badminton Championships Under-17 Girls Doubles, which are being played at the Pan Am Centre in Markham, Canada.Priyanna Ramdhani (left) and Sara Michelle Barrios ChiongThe national and Caribbean junior and senior champion teamed up with her partner, Sara Michelle Barrios Chiong of Guatemala to defeat Chile’s Constanza Naranjo But and Belen Troncoso Mandiola in a thrilling three-setter.Ramdhani and Chiong, who have been playing together for three years, came from behind after surrendering the first game at 21-23, before recovering to win the second and third sets 21-17 and 21-10 respectively.They will have a shot of entering the semi-finals when they compete later today (Wednesday). Meanwhile, in the Under-17 Girls Singles, Ramdhani lost to Peru’s champion, Inés Mendoza Rosell 21-19, 21-8The Championships are being played from July 24 to 28, 2017.
8,929 Views EVERY MORNING, TheJournal.ie brings you the stories you need to know as you start your day.1. #LONDON: At least one person is dead after a suspected terror attack in London.2. #TERRORISM: There has been a surge in interest in Islamic State propaganda magazines from Irish internet users recently.3. #BREXIT: Talks between the UK and EU on Brexit get underway in Brussels today.4. #PASSING JUDGEMENT: Former Attorney General Máire Whelan will be appointed to the Court of Appeal today, despite mass political objection.5. #FRANCE: French President Emmanuel Macron’s centrist party has swept to a large majority in parliamentary elections.6. #JAPAN: The US Navy has identified the sailors killed in Saturday’s crash with a cargo ship.7. #SUICIDE: Ireland’s teen suicide rate is the fourth highest in the EU according to new figures.8. #PORTUGAL: Portugal is entering three days of mourning after a major forest fire claimed the lives of at least 62 people.9. #MALI: Two members of the Irish Defence Forces who were at a hotel in Mali that was attacked by suspected jihadists have been located and have returned to their local base. Monday 19 Jun 2017, 7:52 AM Jun 19th 2017, 7:52 AM The 9 at 9: Monday Here’s what you need to know as we start the week. By Paul Hosford Short URL Share Tweet Email 2 Comments http://jrnl.ie/3451289 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Les 8 actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 22 févrierLa naissance d’une supernova, des gravures préhistoriques et les méfaits de la télévision. Voici votre concentré d’actualités scientifiques pour ce 22 février. – Regarder trop la télévision serait mauvais pour la santé. Selon une étude américaine, l’excès de télévision augmenterait le risque de développer des caillots sanguins. Une tendance qui apparaîtrait même chez les personnes ayant une activité physique régulière. – Des plaisanciers ont découvert une étrange masse blanche flottant dans les eaux au large de Hawaï. Après que leurs photos ont fait le tour du net, des spécialistes n’ont pas tardé à résoudre le mystère. La masse était en réalité le placenta d’une baleine. – La Préhistoire se dévoile en Bretagne. Près de Brest, des chercheurs ont découvert des plaquettes gravées et des outils en silex vieux de 14.000 ans. Les gravures représentent les plus anciennes traces d’art découvertes en Bretagne jusqu’ici. – Les ingénieurs de la NASA conçoivent actuellement une nouvelle combinaison pour les astronautes. Elle aura la particularité d’inclure des toilettes pour sauver les voyageurs spatiaux en cas d’urgence. Si le sujet peut faire sourire, le problème est pris très au sérieux par les ingénieurs. – Une firme américaine aurait trouvé un nouveau traitement contre l’allergie à l’arachide. Son secret ? Des capsules de farine d’arachide. Testées sur 500 enfants, elles auraient permis à 67% d’entre eux de devenir tolérants à la cacahuète.À lire aussiInfection, gaspillage et Facebook, les actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 29 août- Un astronome amateur a réussi à capturer la naissance d’une supernova, l’explosion d’une étoile massive. L’observation est sans précédent et a pu être confirmée par plusieurs télescopes. Grâce à elle, les scientifiques ont testé pour la première fois les prédictions théoriques sur l’évolution initiale de ces explosions.- Prédire le risque d’attaque cardiaque en scrutant les yeux, ça paraît impossible et pourtant… Des chercheurs de Google ont conçu un algorithme capable de déduire des données médicales par un simple examen des yeux. L’intelligence artificielle pourrait ainsi évaluer le risque cardiovasculaire avec une efficacité similaire aux méthodes actuelles. – Le changement climatique menace les animaux qui changent normalement de couleur de pelage en hiver. Faute de neige abondante, les animaux devenus blancs seraient plus exposés. Certaines espèces auraient toutefois trouvé la solution : elles ne changent plus de couleur selon une nouvelle étude. Le 22 février 2018 à 06:00 • Maxime Lambert
There’s nothing like a refreshing Starbucks iced coffee to get you through this heat wave.Too bad you have to leave the A/C to pick one up.That won’t be a problem as of early 2020, when Starbucks begins delivering food and drinks via Uber Eats.The new partnership builds on a 2018 rollout to 11 markets: Folks in Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Orange County, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, D.C. can place Starbucks orders through Uber Eats on iOS and Android.More cities will be added soon, with the goal of achieving national coverage by early next year.“We are driven to create new and unique digital experiences that are meaningful, valuable, and convenient for our customers,” suitably named Starbucks Chief Operating Officer Roz Brewer said in a statement. “Partnering with Uber Eats helps us take another step toward bringing Starbucks to customers wherever they are.”And, with 95 percent of the core coffeehouse menu available online, users can customize their Uber Eats order as easily as you would in the store or on the Starbucks app.“Our customers are huge Starbucks fans and love being able to get their favorite items delivered with Uber Eats speed,” according to Jason Droege, vice president of UberEverything.“We’re excited to expand our partnership across the United States to make ordering their favorite coffee and breakfast sandwich as easy as requesting a ride,” he said.As always, Uber Eats customers can track their courier’s progress, so you’ll know exactly when you can dig into that turkey pesto panini and caramel macchiato.Starbucks even developed special packaging to ensure hot bevvies and sammies don’t cool off, and your berry parfait doesn’t warm up on the ride, Digital Trends reported.More on Geek.com:‘Game of Thrones’ Deletes Random Starbucks Cup From Season 8 SceneStarbucks Will Test ‘Greener,’ Recyclable Cups in Stores SoonStarbucks Will Finally Block U.S. Customers From Watching Porn ‘Game of Thrones’ Deletes Random Starbucks Cup From Season 8 Scene’Game of Thrones’ Left a Starbucks Cup in a Scene and Fans Are Freaking Out Stay on target
More than four-fifths (86%) of respondents cite pay as the most important aspect of their job, according to research by Paymentsense.Its survey of 2,000 UK participants also found that 79% of respondents feel that having 20 or more holiday days is most important when it comes to their job.The research also found:72% of respondents believe it is important to have a good workplace pension scheme.34% of respondents say that having a good maternity scheme is important to them so that they are covered financially when they decide to have a child, and 25% feel that childcare schemes are important to provide financial security when deciding to have a family.32% of respondents want the opportunity to work flexibly.65% of respondents who have reached their career peak feel that a well-paid salary is important, compared to 20 or more annual holiday days (47%), and opportunities to progress (5%).Guy Moreve (pictured), head of marketing at Paymentsense, said: “Although money is the biggest motivator, it is shocking to see how many Brits choose money over passion when it comes to working. Employers have a certain amount of responsibility for the motivation and wellbeing of the workforce and for a team to function to their best of its ability, all members must be fully engaged and committed.“Employees losing their motivation or passion for their role can be detrimental to business, therefore, employers are advised to really listen and respond to employees’ needs to ensure high levels of engagement throughout [their organisation]. Spotting the warning signs of a disengaged employee early and addressing them quickly can help encourage retention.”
Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Andrew Satran Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan will nominate leaders to run the proposed Space Force within “weeks, not months,” he said last week, according to Defense News. Shanahan said he has potential nominees in mind.House Armed Services Chairman Adam Smith (D-Wash.) said the administration’s Space Force proposal is “highly problematic” and that his committee will explore “other options,” according to Space News.The Senate Armed Services Committee will hold the first full-scale hearing about the proposal April 11, Sen. Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) announced, according to Space Policy Online. The hearing has not yet been officially announced on the committee’s schedule.Air Force Technology provides an overview of what is known so far about the proposed Space Force. ADC AUTHOR
Leaders of recently launched platform ‘Healthy Bangladesh’ attended a civic dialogue on universal health coverage at Jhenidah pourashava early this week. Photo: CollectedMedical representative who push their brands with lucrative incentives snatch away the doctors’ time supposedly dedicated for patients at public hospitals, a civic forum observes.However, authorities say, such is not the case in Jhenidah Sadar Hospital where they have banned the representatives of pharmaceutical companies during the hospital hours.Leaders of recently launched platform ‘Healthy Bangladesh’ heard the story during a civic dialogue on universal health coverage at Jhenidah pourashava early this week.The hospital’s superintendent Emdad Haque civil surgeon Rasheda Sultana and pourashava mayor Saidul Karim Mintu narrated how they made certain improvement in the healthcare facilities meant for the commoners.Inadequate time given by the physicians to patients is a major cause of poor health outcomes, the meeting was told.The problem is found to be equally serious with private practitioners as there are allegations that patients receive physicians’ consultation for as low as 1 to 2 minutes during a visit.The civic leaders were informed that as against 216 posts of doctors in Jhenaidah district, actual number of doctors available was only 73, according to a press release issued by Healthy Bangladesh host PPRC in Dhaka on Wednesday.It said Jhenaidah Sadar Hospital with the assistance of Community Support Platform, led by the mayor, has implemented a number of practical improvements that has given hope for a replicable hospital management model in Bangladesh.The dialogue was part of a grassroots advocacy campaign titled ‘Prerona’, by the Healthy Bangladesh team.Healthy Bangladesh convenor and PPRC chair Hossain Zillur Rahman led the team that included Gano Shashtahya Kendra founder Zafrullah Chowdhury, former secretary AMM Nasiruddin, former health directorate DG Abul Faiz, BRAC vice-chair Mushtaque Chowdhury, Wateraid country representative Khairul Islam, CIPRB director Fazlur Rahman, Everest conquerors Nishat Majumdar and MA Mohit and president of Municipal Association of Bangladesh (MAB) Md. Abdul Baten.PPRC and Jhenaidah pourashava jointly organised the event covering a visit on school health, low-cost innovative housing, human waste treatment plant and civic rally.Hossain Zillur Rahman announced launch of a countrywide ‘Model campus award’ competition for secondary schools.
Benjamin NetanyahuIsrael’s prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday threatened to inflict “very strong blows” on Hamas after fresh violence along the border with the Gaza Strip controlled by the Islamist group.”Hamas has apparently not understood the message — if these attacks do not stop, they will be stopped in another way, in the form of very, very strong blows”, Netanyahu said during the weekly cabinet meeting.”We are very close to another type of action which would include very strong blows. If Hamas is intelligent, it will cease fire and violence now”, he added.Israel on Friday suspended fuel deliveries to the Gaza Strip, after fresh protests along the border that saw seven Palestinians killed by Israeli troops.The suspension came days after fuel supplies had begun running to the enclave, in a fresh bid to ease an Israeli blockade that has lasted more than 10 years.A UN-brokered deal had seen Qatar, a longtime Hamas backer, pledge to pay $60 million (52 million euros) for fuel to be brought into Gaza over six months to supply the strip’s sole power plant.On Saturday, Israel’s defence minister Avigdor Lieberman said fuel deliveries would only resume if there was a “total cessation of violence, the launching of incendiary ballons (from Gaza towards Israel) and the use of burning tyres against Israeli towns” near the enclave.Hamas has organised months of often-violent border protests, with at least 205 Palestinians and one Israeli killed since 30 March.The protesters are demanding to be allowed to return to land now inside Israel, from which their families fled or were displaced during the 1948 war surrounding the creation of the Jewish state.Israel accuses Hamas of using the protests as a cover for attacks.
This photo shows the grave of Ziaur Rahman. Photo: CollectedLiberation war affairs minister AKM Mozammel Haque on Saturday asked the authorities concerned to remove Ziaur Rahman’s grave from the parliament premises.”Some structures, including Zia’s grave, were constructed on the Jatiya Sangsad premises going beyond the original design. There are also some other graves here. I request to remove these,” he said.The minister made the request participating in the general discussion on the proposed national budget for 2019-20 fiscal.Similar demands were raised in the 9th and 10th parliament by several ministers and MPs to restore the parliament to its original design by Louis I Kahn. Bangladesh also collected the original design in 2016, but no initiative to remove these structures is visible yet.Minister Mozammel said Bangabandhu formed Bangladesh Krishak Sramik Awami League (BAKSAL) to establish democracy of the exploited people.He said Zia and his subservient turned the economic programme -BAKSAL – into an expletive through the killing father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.”In fact, no political party was stopped by BAKSAL. Rather the national party was formed by suspending activities of political parties for the time being. The activities of Awami League were also suspended,” he said.Describing the government’s various activities on providing facilities to freedom fighters, the minister said his ministry has taken an initiative to keep experience of every freedom fighter in record.The experience of every freedom fighter will be recorded for 10-20 minutes. “These records will be preserved permanently,” he added.
New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates Five of the priests slain were Spanish and the sixth was Salvadoran.Supreme Court magistrate Ulises de Dios Guzman did not cite the reasons for the ruling late Tuesday.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Top Stories Comments Share Top holiday drink recipes Sponsored Stories SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) – El Salvador’s government says it will not grant Spain’s request to extradite 13 former military officers indicted in the 1989 slayings of six Jesuit priests and two other people.The country’s Supreme Court says nine of its 15 magistrates have ruled against the Spanish request to try a total of 15 former officers for the killings during the Central American country’s 1980-1992 civil war. While most of the 15 defendants are still in El Salvador, two now live in the United States. 4 sleep positions for men and what they mean Four benefits of having a wireless security system
Home Prices Rise 6.9 Percent in July in Daily Dose, Data, Headlines, Market Studies, News September 1, 2015 540 Views Low mortgage rates and stronger consumer confidence are driving home sales and home prices upward, according to CoreLogic’s July 2015 Home Price Index (HPI) Report.The report found that home prices, including distressed sales, rose 6.9 percent year-over-year in July. Home prices rose 6.7 percent excluding distressed sales.”Home sales continued their brisk rebound in July and home prices reflected that, up 6.9 percent from a year ago,” said Dr. Frank Nothaft, chief economist at CoreLogic. “Over the same period, the National Association of Realtors reported existing sales up 10 percent and the Census Bureau reported new home sales up 26 percent in July.””Home sales continued their brisk rebound in July and home prices reflected that.”CoreLogic showed that on a month-over-month basis, home prices increased by 1.7 percent from June to July. Excluding distressed sales, home prices rose 1.5 percent month-over-month.Nationwide, home prices are still 6.6 percent below their April 2006 peak, CoreLogic says.”Low mortgage rates and stronger consumer confidence are supporting a resurgence in home sales of late,” said Anand Nallathambi, president and CEO of CoreLogic. “Adding to overall housing demand is the benefit of a better labor market which has provided millennials the financial independence to form new households and escape ever-risings rental costs.”The index showed that two states had negative home price appreciation: Massachusetts (-2.1 percent) and Mississippi (-0.8 percent).Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Hawaii, Iowa, Kentucky, Montana, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Texas reached new home price highs in July, CoreLogic reported.CoreLogic predicts that home prices, including distressed sales, will rise 0.5 percent from July to August, and national home prices are projected to increase by 4.7 percent from July 2015 to July 2016.Click here to view the CoreLogic’s July 2015 Home Price Index. Consumer Confidence CoreLogic Home Price Index Mortgage Rates 2015-09-01 Staff Writer Share
Injuries plagued the Arizona Cardinals early and often against the Atlanta Falcons Sunday. Not only did wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald not play for the second consecutive game, running back Andre Ellington left the game after taking a knee to his hip, safety Tyrann Mathieu left shortly after with a thumb injury and guard Paul Fanaika exited with an ankle injury. None of the listed players will return to finish the game. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Comments Share The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires RB Andre Ellington, G Paul Fanaika and S Tyrann Mathieu all out for the rest of the game.— Darren Urban (@Cardschatter) November 30, 2014
That’s why the QB did his part to make a reunion in the desert happen.“Yeah, I’ve talked to him over the years. I think he was looking for the right fit and for a number of reasons we were the right fit and thankfully we were,” he said. “I’m always texting and calling and recruiting when I can. I don’t know how much of a role it played, but just playing in this stadium on this grass, practicing at our facility and just kind of looking at the team, I think we kind of had everything he was looking for.”According to Gresham, Palmer played a significant role.“He did a good job recruiting me,” Gresham said. “He stayed in my phone a lot and kept giving me reminders. He sold it well, so I’m happy to make it home for the year.”As for what kind of role Gresham will play for his new team, the tight end said he was promised nothing. He said all the team guaranteed was a chance to come in, play and help the team try and get to the Super Bowl.He’s hopeful it won’t be long until he’s back on the field doing exactly that. When he does, he will put an end to what was an eventful — and sometimes frustrating — offseason. Jermaine Gresham chats with QB Carson Palmer. Photo courtesy of @AZCardinals Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact GLENDALE, Ariz. — In a lot of ways, Jermaine Gresham signing with the Arizona Cardinals made plenty of sense.The team was incredibly thin at the tight end position, and Gresham — a two-time Pro Bowl selection — could provide experience as well as ability.But in other ways, the pairing made little sense.In two years under head coach Bruce Arians, the Cardinals have rarely used the tight end in the passing game, with their leading receivers at the position in 2013 and 2014 — Rob Housler and John Carlson, respectively — combining for 72 catches, 804 yards and two touchdowns. Yet, Gresham chose to sign a one-year contract with the Cardinals, spurning a list of suitors that was rumored to include the New Orleans Saints, Oakland Raiders and Green Bay Packers.“I can’t really say, just very team-oriented and the owner and the GM did a good job selling me on what they had to offer,” Gresham said when asked why he chose the Cardinals. “It worked out well.”The 27-year-old Gresham caught 62 passes for 460 yards and five touchdowns last season. Along with San Diego’s Antonio Gates and Carolina’s Greg Olsen, he is one of three tight ends to have at least 40 receptions, 400 yards and four touchdowns in each of the last five seasons. He was available to the Cardinals at a discounted rate in large part because he is recovering from back surgery, and teams were likely unsure of whether or not he would be able to play at a high level.Like others before him, Gresham will play on a one-year contract in hopes of rebuilding his value and hopefully parlaying that into a bigger, long-term contract.The Cardinals are more than happy to play their part. In a way, Gresham can be a security blanket, for both quarterback Carson Palmer and the team itself. Prior to adding the former Bengal, the tight ends on Arizona’s roster had combined for eight catches and 109 yards, a total that rises to nine catches for 110 yards and one touchdown if you include playoffs. “I had a lot going on this offseason,” he said. “At the end of the day I find peace with playing football, so not being able to play football and dealing with all the other stuff, it was tough. But it’s all behind me now, I’m looking forward to the future now.” Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires – / 23 Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 0 Comments Share “He’s been a Pro Bowl tight end. I felt that we needed another veteran just in case some of the young guys falter. I like the depth in that room; I really like the depth in the room now,” Arians said. “He’s a more than adequate blocker; he’s been an excellent receiver and a Pro Bowl player. Just putting him in our system and finding a spot for him.”Gresham was not on the field for the first day of training camp Saturday, as he is on the PUP list to begin camp. Arians said the hope is to get him on the field soon, at least for walk throughs, and then for practices when he is ready to go.When he does make his return, though, Gresham’s learning curve may be a little easier due to the fact that he has a rapport with quarterback Carson Palmer. The two were teammates in Cincinnati in 2010 when Gresham, then a rookie, caught 52 passes for 471 yards and four touchdowns.So, the quarterback knows what his new weapon brings to the table.“Yeah, it’s big,” Palmer said of the signing. “He’s a mismatch against linebackers. He can be a mismatch depending on the safety. He’s really, really good in the run game and can pass block against defensive ends, which is rare for tight ends. He’s just such a big, physical presence on the field.”
Cruising the Murray aboard Captain Cook Cruises’ elegant modern paddle wheeler, Murray Princess, may now include a fascinating visit to Monarto Zoo.The new on-shore tour will be available from 1 April 2017 during the three-night Discovery Cruise and seven-night Murraylands and Wildlife Cruise, with guests able to visit the world’s largest open-range zoo on a Wildlife Tour.Monarto Zoo spans more than 1500 hectares and is home to more than 500 animals and 50 species of exotic and native mammals, birds and reptiles.Murray Princess guests will be transferred from Murray Bridge to Monarto Zoo by coach where they will be led by a guide through the zoo to see many inhabitants including giraffe, eland, zebra, white rhinoceros, cheetah, lions, hyena and wild dogs as part of the Wildlife Tour.The Monarto Zoo Wildlife Tour is priced at $60 per person and is available every Saturday morning on the three- and seven-night Murray Princess cruises.Other three- and seven-night cruise activities include visiting Murray Bridge township and Mannum Dock Museum, a guided nature walk at Salt Bush Flat, a river and birdlife tour on board the ‘Dragon-Fly’ Flat Bottomed Boat, local food and wine tastings, music quizzes, bocce on the riverbank and even fishing off the ship.Additional seven-night cruise activities include visiting the sacred Ngaut Ngaut Aboriginal Conservation Park, Sunnydale native wildlife shelter, Burk Salter Boutique Winery, Swan Reach, passing through Lock 1 at Blanchetown and seeing the Sunnydale woolshed and towering sandstone cliffs at Big Bend. Optional tours available at additional cost include a Nocturnal Tour and a Bush Tucker Breakfast.The three-night Discovery Cruise departs Mannum every Friday at 4.30pm with Early Booking Saver (EBS) fares starting from AU$787.00 per person, twin share.The seven-night Murraylands and Wildlife Cruise departs Mannum every Friday and Monday at 4.30pm with EBS prices starting from AU$1605.00 per person, twin share including a complimentary Barossa Valley tour.Prices include accommodation, all meals, guided nature walks, eco-excursions, onboard presentations, onboard Wi-Fi, the Captain’s Dinner and Cocktail Party, live entertainment, use of ship’s facilities including a sauna, spa, sun deck, bar, two lounges, restaurant and mini gymnasium and complimentary scenic coach transfers from and to Adelaide or secure car-parking in Mannum and post-cruise coach transfer to Adelaide airport.Private car transfers for up to four people are also available from and to Adelaide CBD to Mannum and return to Adelaide Airport for $143 per person each way, based on two people travelling.
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