VOLUNTARY PLANNING BOARD -Task Force Extends Public FeedbackDeadline The Voluntary Planning Task Force on Off-Highway Vehicles hasextended the deadline for public input on its off-highway vehicleinterim report. The public now has until Wednesday, March 31 to submit theircomments to the task force. “It’s important that people have enough time to read the reportand make comments or recommendations,” said David Bellefontaine,chair of the task force. “It is an extensive document, and wecontinue to encourage feedback from Nova Scotians.” The interim report, released on Feb. 12, outlines measures toimprove public safety, protect the environment, establish adesignated trail network, empower landowners, and provide moreeffective policing of recreational off-highway vehicles. Thereport is available online at www.gov.ns.ca/vp or at Access NovaScotia centres across the province. Comments can be submitted by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, by faxat 902-424-0580 or by mail to Voluntary Planning, Suite 600, 1690Hollis St., Halifax, N.S., B3J 3J9. A final report will be submitted to government when completed. For more information on the interim report or to receive a copyby mail, contact voluntary planning at 902-424-5682 or toll-freeat 1-866-858-5850.
The Divaina journalist had however failed to appear before the CID and the CID went before court seeking court intervention.The Gampaha Magistrate’s Court had issued notice on the journalist but the notice was also disregarded. As a result a warrant was issued for his arrest and he was arrested today. (Colombo Gazette) A journalist attached to the Divaina newspaper has been arrested by the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) after he disregarded summons issued to him.The journalist had earlier been summoned before the CID to record a statement over an article he wrote on the assault on Journalist Upali Tennakoon.
The statement says relatives indicated the toddler wandered from inside a home and fell into the pool from an attached deck.Police say the death appears to be an accident and remains under investigation.(Copyright 2019 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Police in Kentucky say a 1-year-old boy has died after falling into a pool.News outlets cite a Louisville police news release that said the toddler was found unresponsive in an above-ground pool on Saturday night. He was pronounced dead at a hospital.- Advertisement –