First Look: 2021 Hyundai Santa Fe

first_img COMMENTSSHARE YOUR THOUGHTS Trending Videos RELATED TAGSHyundaiSanta FeSUVNon-LuxuryNew VehiclesNon-Luxury The South Korean automaker switched up both front and rear lighting signatures, adding width and dimension to the grille, which in and of itself makes the vehicle look more aggressive. Scalloped lower door panels, roof side rails, a new wheel design, and sculpted lines on the hood add to that effect. There’s also now an option for power-folding side mirrors with turn signals and puddle lamps.Front and center in the interior is a new floating console meant to create space in the cabin and add an overall “premium” ambience. Want more of that tasty high-end flare? You can opt for available premium materials like Nappa leather, soft-touch padding and a new 10.25-inch touchscreen display, but the 3D display and contrast stitching come standard. Hyundai also managed to finagle an extra half-cubic foot of storage space in the rear cargo area just by tightening up the interior packaging.The muscle comes from three powertrains. Standard models get a 2.5L four-cylinder engine making an estimated 191 horsepower and 182 lb.-ft. of torque, which is expected to increase fuel economy by eight per cent over its predecessor.The turbocharged engine connected to a new eight-speed wet dual-clutch transmission will push 277 horses and an estimated 311 lb.-ft. of torque, an 18-per-cent uptick from the 2020 model, while also besting fuel economy by around four per cent. Both internal-combustion options are mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission.Then there’s the newcomer, the first hybrid in the Hyundai SUV family, which is fitted with a 1.6L turbo-four paired to a six-speed automatic transmission. The AWD Santa Fe Hybrid generates a combined 225 horsepower and 195 lb.-ft. of torque from its dual-motor system. In the safety and tech department, the 2021 Santa Fe checks boxes for forward-collision and lane-follow assist, blind-spot and surround-view monitor, remote start with heated and ventilated seats and more.There’s also a new top trim for 2021. The Ultimate Calligraphy builds on the Santa Fe Limited model, tacking on HTRAC AWD with downhill braking, special 20-inch alloy wheels, quilted Nappa leather, a heads-up display, interior accents and more.The internal combustion 2021 Hyundai Santa Fe will be the first to arrive at Canadian dealerships by the end of 2020. It will be joined by the battery hybrid model in Q1 2021, followed by the PHEV later in the year. LISTEN: This week on our Plugged In podcast we talk all-electric pickup trucks. The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car ever We encourage all readers to share their views on our articles using Facebook commenting Visit our FAQ page for more information.center_img PlayThe Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car everPlay3 common new car problems (and how to prevent them) | Maintenance Advice | Driving.caPlayFinal 5 Minivan Contenders | Driving.caPlay2021 Volvo XC90 Recharge | Ministry of Interior Affairs | Driving.caPlayThe 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is a new take on Canada’s fave truck | Driving.caPlayBuying a used Toyota Tundra? Check these 5 things first | Used Truck Advice | Driving.caPlayCanada’s most efficient trucks in 2021 | Driving.caPlay3 ways to make night driving safer and more comfortable | Advice | Driving.caPlayDriving into the Future: Sustainability and Innovation in tomorrow’s cars | Driving.ca virtual panelPlayThese spy shots get us an early glimpse of some future models | Driving.ca Subscribe to Plugged In on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts. See More Videos Hyundai hit the refresh button on its Santa Fe for the 2021 model year, rebooting the SUV’s style, adding a new hybrid propulsion method, and throwing in a bunch of other features to boot. The newest middlest Hyundai sport-ute is like that teenage boy who goes away to the country to work for his uncle for one summer and comes back with a full-grown man’s jawline and biceps. They’re subtle changes, but the net effect is impossible to overlook.  last_img read more

Govt confers Padma Awards to 13 doctors for their contribution to health

first_img Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Read Article Comments (0) Related Posts The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Dr Arunoday MondalDr Bangalore GangadharDr Digambar BeheraDr Kushal Konwar SharmaDr Leela JoshiDr Padmavathy BandopadhyayDr Ravi Kannan RDr Sandra Desa SouzaDr Shanti RoyDr Sushovan BanerjeeDr Tsering LandolDr Yogi AeronPadma AwardsPadma BhushanPadma ShriPadma Vibhushan Govt confers Padma Awards to 13 doctors for their contribution to health By EH News Bureau on February 6, 2020 Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app One doctor has been conferred Padma Bhushan, while 12 have been honoured with Padma ShriThe government recently conferred Padma Awards to 13 doctors for their contributions to the health of the nation through their remarkable service. Padma Awards — one of the highest civilian Awards of the country, are conferred in three categories, namely Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan and Padma Shri. This year, while no doctor has made to the list of Padma Vibhushan, one doctor has been conferred Padma Bhushan, while 12 have been honoured with Padma Shri.One of the pioneers of women’s health in Ladakh region was 75-year-old Dr Tsering Landol, one of the first gynaecologists in the cold hilly desert area, providing medical care to women in the difficult terrain through her a clinic the Ladakh Heart Foundation, a charitable medical facility.Dr Yogi Aeron from Dehradun, Uttarakhand, the octogenarian plastic surgeon is known not just for his skill but providing free treatment to burn patients who cannot afford the same. The 82-year-old doctor has conducted more than 5000 free surgeries.Dr Padmavathy Bandopadhyay from Uttar Pradesh is the first woman in the history of Indian Air Force to be promoted to the rank of Air Marshal. A graduate of Armed Force Medical college in Pune, she had the distinction of being the first woman officer to become an aviation medicine specialist.Dr Sushovan Banerjee from West Bengal, an MBBS graduate of RG Kar Medical College and PG Pathology from Calcutta University, was working in London after pursuing his diploma in Haematology. The doctor relocated to his village in Bolpur, West Bengal and has been treating his patients for a consultation fee of Rs 1 since then.Dr Digambar Behera from Chandigarh is the former Head of the Department of Pulmonary Medicine, PGIMER. Dr Behera is known for his contributions to the field of chest medicine and TB medicine in India.Dr Bangalore Gangadhar from Karnataka, the director of the National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, is a well-known psychiatrist having more than 30 years of extensive experience in the field of mental health, from both clinical and academic perspectives.Gynaecologist Dr Leela Joshi has dedicated her life being engaged in tribal-dominated areas providing free treatment to women with anaemia, pregnancies and other issues.A prominent practising surgical oncologist in Chennai, Dr Ravi Kannan R moved to the Barak Valley Assam in June 2007, coming in aid to the ailing Cachar Cancer Hospital Society that was struggling with resources and serving the patients and an area where the incidence of cancer is much higher.Serving in the remote forest areas of Sunderbans, Dr Arunoday Mondal set up a free medical service centre, in 2000, and since then has been providing free treatment to the locals in the remote area.A gynaecologist from Patna, Dr Shanti Roy is a retired Professor and HOD, Gynaecology Department, Patna Medical College. Specialising the field of women’s health, Dr Shanti has dedicated her life to not just promoting women’s well-being but also matters of encouragement of women in other domains of life.Dr Kushal Konwar Sharma also known as the Elephant Doctor a veterinarian in Guwahati, has devoted his life to the conservation of Asian elephants. He is acclaimed for treating more than 700 elephants every year.Dr Sandra Desa Souza, a noted ENT surgeon practising in Mumbai, was one of the first ENT surgeons in the country to perform artificial ear operations, is credited to have given the gift of hearing to thousands of patients.Dr Gurdip Singh from Gujarat was also a recipient of Padma Shri. Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 News WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Share Add Commentlast_img read more

Vaz to address JIS closures Thursday

first_imgRelatedVaz to address JIS closures Thursday By ALPHEA SAUNDERS, JIS Reporter Advertisements Vaz to address JIS closures Thursday InformationJune 22, 2011 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail KINGSTON — Minister with responsibility for Information, Telecommunications and Special Projects, Hon. Daryl Vaz, has scheduled a meeting with stakeholders for Thursday, June 23, to ensure proper information flow on the closure of three Jamaica Information Service’s (JIS) regional offices. Mr. Vaz was responding to questions at Wednesday’s June 22 Post Cabinet press briefing at Jamaica House, on whether the closures were an indication that job cuts have begun in the public sector. The JIS will be closing three of its four regional offices as well as its overseas offices, on a phased basis. The closure of the offices in Portland, Ocho Rios and Mandeville, as well as the overseas offices in Miami, Washington, New York, Toronto and London will save the agency some $51 million, annually. Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Donna-Marie Rowe, Wednesday (June 21) noted that the rationalisation exercise was in line with Government’s move to reduce the public sector wage bill, while operating more efficiently. “At this time in the country, when we have to be concerned about how taxpayers’ hard earned money is spent, we at the JIS have to ensure that we operate at the highest levels of efficiency, including cost efficiency, hence our rationalisation to see those areas where we can effect savings without jeopardising our mandate to inform Jamaicans at home and abroad,” she stated. RelatedVaz to address JIS closures Thursday RelatedArchives Critical to Jamaica’s Historylast_img read more

Proposed amendments dealing with sealing court records and documents

first_img Proposed amendments dealing with sealing court records and documents Pursuant to the Court’s request in In re Amendments to Florida Rule of Judicial Administration 2.420—Sealing of Court Records and Dockets , 954 So. 2d 16 (Fla. 2007), the Rules of Judicial Administration Committee has filed with the Florida Supreme Court a report and proposed amendments to rule 2.420, Public Access to Judicial Branch Records, addressing the sealing of circuit and county court records in criminal cases. The Committee proposes adoption of new rule 2.420(e), Request to Make Circuit and County Court Records in Criminal Cases Confidential, as well as several minor changes to subdivisions (c), Exemptions, and (d), Request to Make Circuit and County Court Records in Noncriminal cases Confidential. In addition to the Committee’s proposals, the Court sua sponte has drafted proposed amendments to rule 2.420 addressing the sealing of appellate court records in both non-criminal and criminal cases and addressing several additional matters as well. The Court has incorporated some, but not all, of the Committee’s proposals into its own proposals. The Committee’s proposals are listed below under Part One: “The Rules of Judicial Administration Committee’s Proposed Amendments.” The Court’s proposals are listed below under Part Two: “The Florida Supreme Court’s Proposed Amendments.” The Court invites all interested persons to comment on the proposed amendments, which are reproduced in full below, as well as online at http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/decisions/proposed.shtml . An original and nine paper copies of all comments must be filed with the Court on or before April 1, 2008, with a certificate of service verifying that a copy has been served on the committee chair, Honorable Robert T. Benton II, First District Court of Appeal, 301 South Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32399-6601, as well as a separate request for oral argument if the person filing the comment wishes to participate in oral argument, which may be scheduled in this case. The committee chair has until April 22, 2008, to file a response to any comments filed with the Court. Electronic copies of all comments also must be filed in accordance with the Court’s administrative order In re Mandatory Submission of Electronic Copies of Documents , Fla. Admin. Order No. AOSC04-84 (Sept. 13, 2004). IN THE SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA IN RE: AMENDMENTS TO FLORIDA RULE OF JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION 2.420, CASE NO. SC07-2050 ____________________________________________ PART ONE “The Rules of Judicial Administration Committee’s Proposed Amendments.” RULE 2.420. PUBLIC ACCESS TO JUDICIAL BRANCH RECORDS (a) [No change] (b) [No change] (c) Exemptions. The following records of the judicial branch shall be confidential: (1)-(8) [No change] (9) Any court record determined to be confidential in case decision or court rule on the grounds that (A)-(B) [No change] (C) no less restrictive measures are available to protect the interests set forth in subdivision (A) . ; (10) The names and any identifying information of judges mentioned in an advisory opinion of the Committee on Standards of Conduct for Judges Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee . (d) Request to Make Circuit and County Court Records in Noncriminal Cases Confidential. (1)-(6) [No change] (7) Court records Records of a lower tribunal made confidential under this rule by that tribunal must be treated as confidential during any appellate review proceedings. In any case where an order making court records confidential remains in effect as of the time of an appeal, the clerk’s index must include a statement that an order making court records confidential has been entered in the matter and must identify such order by date or docket number. (e) Request to Make Circuit and County Court Records in Criminal Cases Confidential. (1) Subdivision (d) shall apply to any request by the state or a defendant to make circuit or county court records confidential pursuant to subdivision (c)(9), except as provided in subdivision (e)(2). < p>(2) Any request to make court records confidential that may jeopardize either the safety of a person or an active criminal investigation may be made in the form of a written motion captioned “Restricted Motion to Make Court Records Confidential.” As to any motion made pursuant to this subdivision (e)(2), the following procedure shall apply: < p>(A) Any motion made pursuant to this subdivision and all court records that are the subject of such a motion must be treated as confidential by the clerk pending the court’s ruling upon the motion. < p>(B) Except when the motion filed under this subdivision represents that both the movant and any other party subject to the motion agree to all of the relief requested, as evidenced by all such parties signing the motion, the court shall hold a hearing on a motion filed under this subdivision within 15 days of the filing of the motion, but such hearing shall be a closed session held in camera. The court shall issue a ruling on motions filed under this subdivision within 10 days of the hearing on contested motions or within 10 days of the filing of agreed motions. < p>(C) No order entered under this subdivision may authorize or approve the sealing of court records for any period longer than is necessary to achieve the objective of the motion, and in no event longer than 120 days. Extensions of an order issued hereunder may be granted for 60-day periods, but each such extension may be ordered only upon the filing of another motion in accordance with the procedures set forth under this subdivision. In the event of an appeal of a matter in which an order is entered under this subdivision, the lower tribunal shall retain jurisdiction to consider motions to extend orders issued hereunder during the course of the appeal. < p>(D) The provisions of subdivisions (d)(3)(A)-(G), (d)(6), and (d)(7) shall apply to motions made pursuant to this subdivision. The provisions of subdivisions (d)(1), (d)(2), (d)(3)(H), (d)(4), and (d)(5) shall not apply to motions made pursuant to this subdivision. < p>(E) The clerk of the court shall not publish any order of the court issued hereunder in accordance with subdivision (d)(4) unless directed by the court. (3) This subdivision (e) does not apply to records of the judicial branch deemed confidential under subdivisions (c)(1)-(c)(8) or (c)(10). (4) Requests to seal or expunge criminal history records must be made in accordance with Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.692. (ef) Judicial Review of Denial of Access Request. Expedited review of denials of access to records of the judicial branch shall be provided through an action for mandamus, or other appropriate appellate remedy, in the following manner: (1)-(2) [No change] (fg) Procedure. Requests and responses to requests for access to records under this rule shall be made in a reasonable manner. (1)-(3) [No change] Committee Note [No change] 2002 Court Commentary [No change] 2005 Court Commentary [No change] 2007 Court Commentary [No change] 2007 Committee Commentary [No change] ___________________________________________________ PART TWO “The Florida Supreme Court’s Proposed Amendments.” RULE 2.420. PUBLIC ACCESS TO JUDICIAL BRANCH RECORDS (a) [No change] (b) [No change] (c) Exemptions. The following records of the judicial branch shall be confidential: (1)-(8) [No change] (9) Any court record determined to be confidential in case decision or court rule on the grounds that (A)-(B) [No change] (C) no less restrictive measures are available to protect the interests set forth in subdivision (A) . ; (10) The names and any identifying information of judges mentioned in an advisory opinion of the Committee on Standards of Conduct for Judges Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee . (d) Request to Make Circuit and County Court Records in Noncriminal Cases Confidential. (1) A request to make circuit and county court records in noncriminal cases confidential under subdivision (c)(9) must be made in the form of a written motion captioned “Motion to Make Court Records Confidential.” A motion made under this subdivision must: (A) identify the particular court records the movant seeks to make confidential with as much specificity as possible without revealing the information to be made confidential; and (B) specify the bases for making such court records confidential . ; and (C) set forth the specific legal authority and any applicable legal standards for making such court records confidential. Any motion made under this subdivision must include a signed certification by the party or the attorney for the party making the request that the motion is being made in good faith and is supported by a sound factual and legal basis. The Any motion made pursuant to this subdivision and all court records that are the subject to of such a motion made under this subdivision must be treated as confidential by the clerk pending the court’s ruling on the motion. Notwithstanding any of the foregoing, the court may not make confidential the case number, docket number, or other number used by the clerk’s office to identify the case file. (2) -(4) [No change] (5) If a nonparty requests that the court vacate all or part of an order issued under subdivision (d)(3), the request must be made in the form of a written motion , filed in that court, that states with as much specificity as possible the bases for the request. The motion must set forth the specific legal authority and any applicable legal standards supporting the request. The movant must serve all parties in the action with a copy of the motion. In the event that the subject order specifies that the names or addresses of one or more parties are to be made confidential, the movant must state prominently in the caption of the motion “Confidential Party — Court Service Requested.” When a motion so designated is filed, the court shall be responsible for providing a copy of the motion to the parties in such a way as to not reveal the confidential information to the movant. Except when a motion filed under this subdivision represents that all parties agree to all of the relief requested, the court must hold a hearing before ruling on the motion. Whether or not any motion filed under this subdivision is agreed to by the parties, the court may in its discretion hold a hearing on such motion. Any hearing held under this subdivision must be an open proceeding, except that any party may request that the court conduct all or part of the hearing in camera to protect the interests set forth in subdivision (c)(9)(A). The movant shall be responsible for ensuring that a complete record of any hearing held under this subdivision be created, either by use of a court reporter or by any recording device that is provided as a matter of right by the court. (6) If the court determines that a motion made under subdivision (d)(1) was not made in good faith and supported by a sound legal and factual basis, the court may impose sanctions upon the movant after notice and an opportunity to respond . (7) Court records Records of a lower tribunal ma d e confidential under this rule by that tribunal must be treated as confidential during any appellate review proceedings. In any case where an order making court records confidential remains in effect as of the time of an appeal, the clerk’s index must include a statement that an order making court records confidential has been entered in the matter and must identify such order by date or docket number. This subdivision does not preclude review by an appellate court, or affect the standard of review by an appellate court, of an order by a lower tribunal making a record confidential. (e) Request to Make Circuit and County Court Records in Criminal Cases Confidential. (1) Subdivision (d) shall apply to any request by the state or a defendant to make circuit or county court records confidential pursuant to subdivision (c)(9), except as provided in subdivision (e)(2). < p>(2) Any request to make court records confidential that may jeopardize either the safety of a person or an active criminal investigation may be made in the form of a written motion captioned “Restricted Motion to Make Court Records Confidential.” As to any motion made pursuant to this subdivision (e)(2), the following procedure shall apply: < p>(A) Any motion made pursuant to this subdivision and all court records that are the subject of such a motion must be treated as confidential by the clerk pending the court’s ruling upon the motion. < p>(B) Except when the motion filed under this subdivision represents that both the movant and any other party subject to the motion agree to all of the relief requested, as evidenced by all such parties signing the motion, the court shall hold a hearing on a motion filed under this subdivision within 15 days of the filing of the motion, but such hearing shall be a closed session held in camera. The court shall issue a ruling on motions filed under this subdivision within 10 days of the hearing on contested motions or within 10 days of the filing of agreed motions. < p>(C) No order entered under this subdivision may authorize or approve the sealing of court records for any period longer than is necessary to achieve the objective of the motion, and in no event longer than 120 days. Extensions of an order issued hereunder may be granted for 60-day periods, but each such extension may be ordered only upon the filing of another motion in accordance with the procedures set forth under this subdivision. In the event of an appeal of a matter in which an order is entered under this subdivision, the lower tribunal shall retain jurisdiction to consider motions to extend orders issued hereunder during the course of the appeal. < p>(D) The provisions of subdivisions (d)(3)(A)-(G), (d)(6), and (d)(7) shall apply to motions made pursuant to this subdivision. The provisions of subdivisions (d)(1), (d)(2), (d)(3)(H), (d)(4), and (d)(5) shall not apply to motions made pursuant to this subdivision. < p>(E) The clerk of the court shall not publish any order of the court issued hereunder in accordance with subdivision (d)(4) unless directed by the court. (3) This subdivision (e) does not apply to records of the judicial branch deemed confidential under subdivisions (c)(1)-(c)(8) or (c)(10). (4) Requests to seal or expunge criminal history records must be made in accordance with Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.692. (f) Request to Make Appellate Court Records in Noncriminal Cases Confidential. (1) A request to make appellate court records in noncriminal cases confidential under subdivision (c)(9) must be filed in the appellate court and must be in compliance with the guidelines set forth in subdivision (d)(1). Such a request may be made with respect to a record that was presented or presentable to a lower tribunal, but not made confidential by the lower tribunal, or a record presented to an appellate court in an original proceeding. (2) A response to a motion filed under subdivision (f)(1) may be served within 10 days of service of the motion. (3) Any order granting in whole or in part a motion filed under subdivision (f)(1) must be in compliance with the guidelines set forth in subdivisions (d)(3)(A)-(G). (4) Except as provided by law or court rule, notice must be given of any order granting a motion made under subdivision (f)(1) as follows. Within 10 days following the entry of the order, the clerk of court must post a copy of the order on the clerk’s website. The order must remain posted for no less than 30 days. (5) If a nonparty requests that the court vacate all or part of an order issued under subdivision (f)(3), the request must be made in the form of a written motion, filed in that court, that states with as much specificity as possible the bases for the request. The motion must set forth the specific legal authority and any applicable legal standards supporting the request. The movant must serve all parties in the action with a copy of the motion. In the event that the subject order specifies that the names or addresses of one or more parties are to be made confidential, the movant must state prominently in the caption of the motion “Confidential Party—Court Service Requested.” When a motion so designated is filed, the court shall be responsible for providing a copy of the motion to the parties in such a way as to not reveal the confidential information to the movant. A response to a motion may be served within 10 days of service of the motion. (6) If the court determines that a motion made under subdivision (f)(1) was not made in good faith and supported by a sound legal and factual basis, the court may impose sanctions upon the movant after notice and an opportunity to respond. (7) Records of a lower tribunal made confidential by that tribunal must be treated as confidential during any review proceedings. In any case where an order making court records confidential remains in effect as of the time of an appeal, the clerk’s index must include a statement that an order making court records confidential has been entered in the matter and must identify such order by date or docket number. This subdivision does not preclude review by an appellate court, or affect the standard of review by an appellate court, of an order by a lower tribunal making a record confidential. (g) Request to Make Appellate Court Records in Criminal Cases Confidential. < p>(1) Subdivision (f) shall apply to any request by the state or a defendant to make appellate court records confidential pursuant to subdivision (c)(9), except as provided in subdivision (g)(2). < p>(2) Any request to make appellate court records confidential that may jeopardize either the safety of a person or an active criminal investigation may be made in the form of a written motion captioned “Restricted Motion to Make Court Records Confidential” and must be filed in the appellate court. Such a request may be made with respect to a record that was presented or presentable to a lower tribunal, but not made confidential by the lower tribunal, or a record presented to an appellate court in an original proceeding. As to any motion made pursuant to this subdivision (g)(2), the following procedure shall apply: < p>(A) Any motion made pursuant to this subdivision and all appellate court records that are the subject of such a motion must be treated as confidential by the clerk pending the court’s ruling upon the motion. < p>(B) A response to a motion filed under this subdivision may be served within 10 days of service of the motion. The court shall issue a ruling on motions filed under this subdivision within 10 days of the filing of a response on contested motions or within 10 days of the filing of uncontested motions. < p>(C) No order entered under this subdivision may authorize or approve the sealing of court records for any period longer than is necessary to achieve the objective of the motion, and in no event longer than 120 days. Extensions of an order issued hereunder may be granted for 60-day periods, but each such extension may be ordered only upon the filing of another motion in accordance with the procedures set forth under this subdivision. < p>(D) The provisions of subdivisions (d)(3)(A)-(G), (d)(6), and (d)(7) shall apply to motions made pursuant to this subdivision. The provisions of subdivisions (d)(1), (d)(2), (d)(3)(H), (d)(4), and (d)(5) shall not apply to motions made pursuant to this subdivision. < p>(E) The clerk of the court shall not publish any order of the court issued hereunder in accordance with subdivision (f)(4) unless directed by the court. (3) This subdivision (g) does not apply to records of the judicial branch deemed confidential under subdivisions (c)(1)-(c)(8) or (c)(10). (4) Requests to seal or expunge criminal history records must be made in accordance with Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.692. (eh) Judicial Review of Denial of Access Request. Expedited review of denials of access to records of the judicial branch shall be provided through an action for mandamus, or other appropriate appellate remedy, in the following manner: (1)-(2) [No Change] (fi) Procedure. Requests and responses to requests for access to records under this rule shall be made in a reasonable manner. (1)-(3) [No Change] Committee Commentary [No change] 1995 Amendment. [No change] 2002 Court Commentary [No Change] 2005 Court Commentary [No Change] 2007 Court Commentary [No Change] 2007 Committee Commentary [No Change] March 1, 2008 Regular News Proposed amendments dealing with sealing court records and documentslast_img read more

Photo gallery: Lone Survivor wrestling tournament hosted by Parkway

first_imgTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Robert Summerlin/Special to The Press-TribuneAirline’s Dakota Brace won the 106-pound weight class. Robert Summerlin/Special to The Press-TribuneParkway’s Ryan Huckaby defeated teammate Toby Fontenot in the 145-pound class. Robert Summerlin/Special to The Press-TribuneAirline won the team title in the Lone Survivor tournament last week at Parkway. Robert Summerlin/Special to The Press-TribuneBenton’s Jordan Myles won the 170-pound weight class. Robert Summerlin/Special to The Press-TribuneAirline’s Dakota Brace, Christian Walden, Darrell Evans and Tucker Almond won individual titles. Robert Summerlin/Special to The Press-TribuneHaughton’s Johnny VanVeckhoven finished runner-up in the 285-pound class. Robert Summerlin/Special to The Press-TribuneAirline’s Darrel Evans won the 182-pound weight class. Robert Summerlin/Special to The Press-TribuneBenton’s Jordan Myles won the 170-pound weight class. Images from the Lone Survivor wrestling tournament hosted by Parkway. Photos by Robert Summerlin/Special to The Press-Tribune.center_img 1 of 13 Robert Summerlin/Special to The Press-TribuneAirline’s Tucker Almond won the 132-pound weight class. Robert Summerlin/Special to The Press-TribuneParkway’s Joshua Keeler finished runner-up in the 106-pound class. Robert Summerlin/Special to The Press-TribuneParkway’s Matthew Pitts edged Airline’s Joshua Partin 7-5 in the 138-pound finals. Robert Summerlin/Special to The Press-TribuneParkway’s Dalton Driggers won the 152-pound weight class. Robert Summerlin/Special to The Press-TribuneAirline’s Christian Walden won the 160-pound weight class. Robert Summerlin/Special to The Press-TribuneParkway’s Trey Fontenot finished runner-up in the 126-pound class.last_img read more

Paris Saint-Germain win sixth French title in seven years

first_imgQatar-backed PSG are now 16 points ahead of Lille who have five games to play after a campaign which saw them only lose on three occasions in another dominant league campaign.However, in a disappointing European run, Thomas Tuchel’s men failed to reach the later stages of the Champions League losing to Manchester United in the last 16.PSG now have eight French championships since their maiden victory in 1986 although they squandered three earlier chances to secure this season’s trophy by failing to beat Strasbourg, rivals Lille and Nantes in the space of 10 days.Tuchel, in his first year as boss, has complained about not having enough players as the world’s most expensive footballer Neymar, Argentinian Angel di Maria and defender Marquinhos have missed large parts of the season through injuries. The German has had to call on youngsters Colin Dagba, Moussa Diaby and Christopher Nkunku to fill gaps but World Cup winner Kylian Mbappe has proved his 180 million-euro pricetag ($202 million) with 27 goals in 26 league appearances.The Parisians host Monaco, the only other outfit two lift the trophy since 2013, later on Sunday with Neymar set to return from a foot problem which has kept him sidelined since January.last_img read more

Strong winds provide fitting end to Phuket Raceweek

first_imgBoats under full sail at the 15th Phuket Raceweek.There were some tired faces on the beachfront as sailors prepared for the fourth and final day of racing at the Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket Raceweek. Three full-on race days with winds averaging 16-22 knots throughout had taken their toll.Similar conditions on the final day made for a fitting finale to a memorable 15th anniversary Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket Raceweek.Ray Roberts’ Team Hollywood thrived in the conditions, winning eight from eight to capture the third consecutive IRC I title for Ray Roberts, and second on Team Hollywood (2016 he won on his other TP52, Millenium Racing).In the IRC I – 40 Division, four competitive 40-footers were enjoying some neck-and-neck battles on-the-water, where the smallest error was enough to cost a place. In the end it was the ever-young Aquarii that proved they can still mix it with the best on IRC handicap and won overall. Loco upped their game in the second half of the regatta to claim second while East Marine Emagine tied with Ramrod and won on count-back. A DNF in the final race for Phoenix blew it open for the rest of the IRC II class and the podium places, and it was the fast finishing Susan Parker and her crew on Krabi Boat Lagoon Pinocchio who claimed second place on countback over Max Palleschi’s Prime Factor. With seven wins from eight races Phoenix defended their title and made it a three-peat at the Phuket Raceweek.A single race showdown in the Cruising Class saw Chris Mitchell’s Lady Bubbly record a win on the final day but it wasn’t enough to overhaul Keith Garry’s Beaux Esprits who held on to win the series by a single point. Venture, skippered by Tony Pfeiffer finished third.Team Hollywood race to the marker and the IRC I title.Multihull Racing was finely balanced with Bladerunner IX and Fugazi tied at the top coming into the final day, and with two races planned anything could happen. Fast out of the blocks in Race 1 was Scott Galle’s Bladerunner IX and although Dan Fidock’s Fugazi went on to claim their seventh line honours, the time difference just wasn’t enough and Bladerunner IX corrected out ahead to draw first blood. Fugazi would need to win the final race to tie the points and force it to a decision on count-back.The second race saw the fleet off on a longer course, around the islands and flying their hulls the two trimarans made light work of it. Despite finishing 13 minutes head, it wasn’t enough and Fugazi had to settle for second in the race and second overall. After some close racing and having come from behind, Bladerunner IX were crowned class winners while Cosmo had to settle for third overall.The team on Twin Sharks were dominant once more in the Firefly 850 class.John Newnham and his Twin Sharks team wrapped up the Firefly 850 title in three days, extending Newnham’s winning streak to six consecutive Phuket Raceweek wins.In the dial up for the Pulse 600s a port-starboard incident between Pixalux and SuDu Red saw Pixalux complete their penalty turn as the start gun went off. SuDu Red sailed off-the-line clean and Pixalux was playing catch-up for the rest of the race. They managed to sail back into contention and finish second behind Simon Oliver’s SuDu Red and tied the series points, but due to more first place finishes for Pixalux, they claimed the title while Zam Bevan’s Multihull Solutions H30 finished third overall.Sponsored by the Cape Panwa Hotel, the Phuket Raceweek took place from July 19-22. For more information, visit www. phuketraceweek.com.(Photos courtesy Guy Nowell)Susan Parker and her crew on Krabi Boat Lagoon Pinocchio finished second in IRC II class.Strong winds and close racing were prominent at this year’s Raceweek.last_img read more

Atlético de Madrid cruise to a 3-1 victory vs. Espanyol at Wanda Metropolitano

first_img The referee booked Saúl Ñíguez and Thomas Partey from Atlético, while for Espanyol Naldo and Víctor Campuzano Bonilla saw a yellow card as well. Good start of the game for Espanyol, thanks to a goal from Sergi Darder 38 minutes in the game. Atlético de Madrid found an equaliser thanks to a goal from Ángel Correa in the 45th minute just before the end of the 45 minutes to establish the 1-1, and the first half ended 1-1. Espanyol succumbed to an away defeat against Atlético at Wanda Metropolitano on Sunday. Atlético de Madrid wanted to improve their position in the tournament after a 1-1 draw against Sevilla while Espanyol fell defeated by 1-2 in the last match they played against Valencia. As of today, Atlético de Madrid is 3rd in the LaLiga table with 24 points from 13 matches, while Espanyol sits 19th with 8 points after 13 matches. 10/11/2019 CET Atlético de Madrid boosted the game in the second half, with a goal from Álvaro Morata in the 58th minute. Later, Atlético de Madrid scored again and increased their advantage 3-1 thanks to a goal from Koke in the 90th minute just before the end of the second half, finalising the game with a 3-1.center_img Upd. at 18:14 At the end of the match, both teams made 3 substitutions each. For Atlético de Madrid Thomas Lemar, Diego Costa and Marcos Llorente came on for Vitolo, Álvaro Morata and Ángel Correa, while Espanyol substituted Didac Vila, Víctor Campuzano Bonilla and Óscar Melendo with Naldo, Lei Wu and Víctor Sánchez. SPORT.es Atlético de Madrid with their next fixture against Granada at away stadium, while Espanyol will face Getafe at home stadium.last_img read more

Defending BC Senior Champs advance after capturing Okanagan Regional Playdown

first_imgThe Bob Ursel rink of Kelowna, with half the rink from the West Kootenay, began defence of its 2016 BC Senior Men’s Curling title by sweeping past the competition during regional playdowns Sunday in Kelowna.Ursel, third Dave Stephenson, Trail second Don Freschi and Nelson lead Fred Thomson, defeated Mark Longworth of Vernon 4-1 Sunday in the B Final to clinch the Okanagan berth.Ursel dumped Longworth 7-4 Saturday in the A Final after opening the four-team playdown with an 11-4 win over Frank Cseke of Salmon Arm.last_img

Raphoe tractor run raises money for two Donegal charities

first_imgThe Donegal Hospice and The Multiple Sclerosis Donegal Society received €3575 each from Derek Glenn and Marcus Doherty and members of Raphoe Masonic lodge.The cheques’ were presented after this year’s successful Raphoe tractor run, organised by members of Masonic lodge.A spokesperson said: “These (charities) were chosen as we believe most families in Donegal have been helped or may be helped at some time by these fantastic organisations. “We are lucky in this county to have them and we must do all we can to support them.”You can see official photos from the presentation below.The Donegal Hospice receiving a cheque for €3575The Multiple Sclerosis Donegal Society receiving a cheque for €3575Raphoe tractor run raises money for two Donegal charities was last modified: September 7th, 2018 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more