SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileA Charlottetown man will long remember this Christmas after money he withdrew from the bank and forgot to take with him was returned by a Good Samaritan on Wednesday.Len Handrahan withdrew $500 from a CIBC branch early in the day.The money from his disability pension was to be used to help pay Handrahan’s rent and buy groceries.Handrahan left the bank without the money. He rushed back a few minutes later, but the envelope was gone. He assumed he would never see the money again.Just as the bank was about to review security tapes, the person who picked up the money returned it.Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports.
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JPL is managed by Caltech, also in Pasadena. Data Center for Planck. Planck Project. 136 bed student block for Bath Cricket Club wins approval despite ‘significant concerns about flooding’Permission was granted as a report says only 120 new rooms will be needed to keep up with current admission levels at the city’s two universities12:10, 15 MAR 2018Updated12:17, 16 MAR 2018The proposed accommodation block will house 142 students Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailStudents will soon make Bath Cricket Club their home after councillors defied advice and approved plans for a 136 bed university accommodation complex.Officers’ ‘significant’ concerns about flooding, the loss of trees and the design of the scheme in the city’s ‘green heart’ were shared by some councillors.But they were outvoted by planning committee members yesterday (Wednesday, March 14) in support of Bath Cricket Club’s bid to diversify its income streams and to reach the next generation of players.Karen Young, the club’s finance director, told the development management committee meeting: “For 160 years, Bath Cricket Club has been welcoming individuals but cricket is at a crossroads. The number of people participating is on the decline.”The club faces tough challenges: Do we rely on car park income or do we grab this unique opportunity?”She said the new facilities would benefit all elements of the community as well as its established men’s and boys’ teams the club wants to reach out more to women and girls, older people and those with disabilities.The site is currently occupied by a 128 space car park and an indoor training facility, which would be replaced in the new scheme. The building would be up on stilts so 108 parking bays can be provided at ground level.Read MoreBath Cricket Club student bed planCllr Patrick Anketell Jones (Con, Lansdown) disagreed, saying: “This is a real example of how to get more out of one space.