Support the CCPA

first_imgMillions of children across the globe are not fully protected. Many of them deal with violence, abuse, neglect, exploitation, exclusion and/or discrimination every day. Such violations limit their chances of surviving, growing, developing and pursuing their dreams. We have seen a recent upsurge in the reports of child rape and other forms of abuse. The issue is that in most of these cases, relatives and guardians have reported that the acts have been perpetuated for some time. Many claimed to have knowledge of the alleged abuse only after the perpetrators have been nabbed. This is indefensible.One of the major concerns is the fact that, only after investigations have been launched into alleged acts of abuse, then it is revealed that a number of persons knew the child or children were at risk but did nothing to get help for the victims. This is out of order and an infringement of the Child Protection Laws. In Guyana, the agency tasked with this responsibility of protecting children from abuse, neglect, violence, and exploitationis the Childcare and Protection Agency (CCPA) which, over the years, has sought to lead the way in protecting the nation’s vulnerable and at-risk children.According to the Child Protection Act, if you know of a child being abused and do nothing about it you are liable. To avert this occurrence, the CPA will be looking to establish community watch groups. Just as in the case of domestic violence, persons are being encouraged to speak out against such atrocities.The Social Protection Ministry has revealed that child abuse reports in the country, at the end of October 2016, were at 3294 cases with neglect followed by sexual abuse as the leading forms of abuse; the final statistics for 2016 is still being tallied; however, these are startling figures.Inadequate parenting has been identified as a main contributory factor to child abuse and youth problems. The plan, according to the CCPA, is for the introduction of more capacity building and in-home services for parents.For this year, the Agency has planned a series of other initiatives which includes the provision of increased support and services for families to improve parenting role and to keep out of home care for children at a minimum, the fostering of community partnerships to keep children safe, and engaging in a higher level of public awareness to the plight of children who suffer abuse and to the work of the Agency, among other initiatives.For any of these initiatives to be successful, there must be greater collaboration. In fact, the Agency has called for strengthened relationships with NGOs and other organisations. They have also emphasised that everyone who comes in contact with children have a role to play in identifying children at risk, communicating these concerns and working collectively towards prompt corrective actions. Whatever the strategy, it is imperative that all stakeholders give their fullest support towards these and other initiatives. Child protection is a national issue and everyone must be involved if we are to be successful in building a comprehensive child protection system.Further, the Government also needs to ensure that the CCPA and other supporting agencies are equipped with the appropriate tools to carry out their mandate. They should also strive to ensure that there is adequate funding, and that the highest level of training is available in the field of childcare protection in Guyana.There is too much at risk for our nation’s children if stakeholders, communities and individuals do not act. All children have the right to protection. They have the right to survive, to be safe, to belong, to be heard, to receive adequate care and to grow up in a protective environment.last_img read more

‘Weeds’ grows publicity for Stevenson Ranch

first_imgSTEVENSON RANCH – It’s not the first time the song “Little Boxes” has been hummed when someone overlooks the sprawling community of Stevenson Ranch. But Showtime helped put the Santa Clarita neighborhood on the map, featuring the ’60s era protest anthem – inspired by either hillside homes in Daly City or the nation’s first housing tract in Levittown, N.Y. – as the theme song for its homage to suburbia, “Weeds.” In the first season, Malvina Reynolds, who wrote the song in 1961, sings it over the titles. As the second season unwinds, the song is crooned by artists like Elvis Costello and Death Cab for Cutie. “Weeds,” now a cult favorite probably headed for a third season, tells the story of a suburban widow (Mary Louise Parker) who becomes a marijuana dealer to make ends meet. Stevenson Ranch provides the suburban home for a cast of characters. According to supervising producer Mark Burley, that migration is being done to take some of the pressure off the one or two Stevenson Ranch neighborhoods that they’ve been using repeatedly. “We’ve found another neighborhood closer to Magic Mountain that looks like the same developer built the same style houses – even Nancy’s can be filmed over there.” “Stevenson Ranch was selected because it epitomizes our view of Egrestic (the name of the fictional town that pops out to viewers in the opening credits, digitized over the real “Stevenson Ranch”-lettered fountain). “It’s a modern, clean, planned community that we have found welcoming,” he said. “But the neighbors have been long suffering. We know it’s a big imposition.” Asked if any of the townspeople have objected to the subject matter of the show, Burley laughed. “Funnily enough, we haven’t had that from any of the neighbors,” he said. “That would have been more distinct in the first season, when we were getting established. But we did have a little hesitance when we tried to get product placement (the practice of featuring name-brand items as set decoration).” Karen Briden, a location scout paid by the Stevenson Ranch homeowner’s association, said that she wasn’t surprised the “Weeds” company came and settled in. “I would imagine they chose the neighborhood because it’s a nice, upscale, clean quiet community of residents who are exceptionally nice and open to filming,” she said.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhy these photogenic dumplings are popping up in Los AngelesMelanie Sedam lives across the street from the Chaucer Drive house that “belongs” to Parker’s character, Nancy. “They shoot from my palm tree,” she said. “They do the exteriors at one house, then the interiors at another house further up the street. “I watched one time and they took all of the (owner’s) furniture out and wrapped it in plastic so they could put in their own. I asked her why they couldn’t just leave her stuff in and she said just in case they ever had to come back, things had to be just the same.” Sedam said the few days of filming haven’t bothered her and that her neighbors seem flattered by the attention. On a recent Friday morning, the street was nearly deserted, spare a gardener here and there. Jason Crawford, film liaison for the city of Santa Clarita, says the company has started to spread into the city, frequently using College of the Canyons and various shopping centers. last_img read more

Scott County Inmate Roster – 4-18-18

first_imgRelease Date:04-17-2018 – 11:24 am Release Date:04-18-2018 – 5:09 am Charges:IC 7.1-5-1-3 ~ PUBLIC INTOXICATIONIC 35-42-5-1(1)FL5 ~ ROBBERY Release Date:04-18-2018 – 5:09 am Booking Date:04-17-2018 – 1:36 pm Charges:IC 9-30-10-16 ~ HABITUAL TRAFFIC VIOLATORIC 35-45-2-1(A)MA ~ INTIMIDATIONIC 35-42-5-1(1)FL3 ~ ROBBERY–ARMED–DEADLY WEAPON Booking Date:04-17-2018 – 11:43 pm View Profile >>> GILLEAN, LYLE Charges:IC 35-44.1-2-9(FL6) ~ FAILURE TO APPEAR — IF CHARGE WAS A FELONY Inmates booked into the Detention Center within the last 24 hours. SWEANY, AARON Booking #:SCJAIL:2017-001331 Booking #:SCJAIL:2018-000418 View Profile >>> Release Date:04-18-2018 – 5:09 am Charges:IC 9-30-10-16 ~ HABITUAL TRAFFIC VIOLATOR LIFETIMEIC 9-30-10-16 ~ HABITUAL TRAFFIC VIOLATOR Charges:IC 35-48-4-10(A)MA ~ DEALING IN MARIJUANA/HASH OIL/HASHISH OR SALVIAIC 35-48-4-11(A)MB ~ POSSESSION MARIJUANA/HASH OIL/HASHISH OR SALVIA Booking #:SCJAIL:2018-000097 Booking Date:07-14-2017 – 10:40 pm ROBAK, JACOB Booking Date:10-28-2017 – 11:50 pm Charges:IC 35-44.1-3-4(C)FL6 ~ ESCAPE; FAILURE TO RETURN TO LAWFUL DETENTIONIC 35-48-4-6.1(A)FL6 ~ POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINEIC 35-44.1-3-5(B)FL5 ~ TRAFFICKING WITH AN INMATE – CONTROLLED SUBSTANCEIC 35-48-4-8.3(A)MA ~ POSSESSION OF PARAPHERNALIA Charges:IC 35-44.1-2-9(FL6) ~ FAILURE TO APPEAR — IF CHARGE WAS A FELONY View Profile >>> Booking #:SCJAIL:2018-000419 MOORE, BRANDON Charges:IC 35-45-1-3(A)MB ~ DISORDERLY CONDUCTIC 35-45-2-1(A)MA ~ INTIMIDATIONRESISTING LAW ENFORCEMENTDOMESTIC BATTERY RESULTING IN MODERATE BODILY INJURY Booking Date:01-29-2018 – 10:10 pm Booking Date:03-22-2018 – 7:06 pm Booking #:SCJAIL:2017-000926 CLARO-PEREZ, EMILIO View Profile >>> View Profile >>> View Profile >>> BOYD, JERA Booking #:SCJAIL:2018-000307 Release Date:04-18-2018 – 5:09 am Inmates released from the Detention Center within the last 24 hours. Booking #:SCJAIL:2017-001315 View Profile >>> Booking Date:10-23-2017 – 11:13 am Booking #:SCJAIL:2018-000417 GEHLBACH, EMILY View Profile >>> Booking Date:04-17-2018 – 12:38 pm DEATON, JOElast_img read more

Chandler: No Version 1.0 After 7 Years – Can it Survive Post-Kapor?

first_imgTop Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Chandler is an open source, cross platform PIM (Personal Information Manager) product that has been in development since 2001, but has yet to get to a 1.0 version. It is being built by the Open Source Applications Foundation (OSAF) and has been funded to date by Mitch Kapor, who is famous for founding the first popular spreadsheet app Lotus 123.Earlier this month, OSAF announced that Mitch Kapor was stepping down from the OSAF board and will stop funding Chandler by the end of 2008. This was viewed in some quarters as signaling the death of Chandler.Blogger Hank Williams has a pretty funny post comparing Chandler and Kapor’s role in it to the 80’s movie Weekend at Bernies, in which 2 guys carry around a dead guy (Bernie) through a whole movie. Incredibly, there was a sequel too!But is Chandler really dead in the water? Why is it taking sooooo long to get to Version 1.0. They’re still on 0.7, after 7 years!I think Hank hit the nail on the head when he said that “Chandler was hurt by a shift from desktop applications to web applications.” He mentions that competing apps such as iCal, Google Calendar, and dozens of others “beat Chandler to the punch.” I would add Zimbra to that list – it managed to build up a solid email/calendaring app in less than 2 years, which eventually got acquired by Yahoo late last year.But having said that, there is a Chandler product in preview that people can check out. Lifehacker did a good review in late December ’07, noting that “while it’s still got kinks to work out, it looks as promising as its vision.” Lifehacker describes Chandler as “essentially a combination calendar, email inbox and task list for the individual, as well as a collaboration tool for small groups.”Chandler desktop version circa Jan 08The promise of Chandler has always been that it will be an alternative to the costly Microsoft Outlook/Exchange combo, although as noted below OSAF is now attempting to downgrade that expectation and make Chandler more of a middleware or add-on product. Whatever the case, the Lifehacker review hinted that the reality is a buggy and not-ready-for-primetime software. One commenter confirms this suspicion:“I’ve tried Chandler many times throughout it’s development and each time I’m am disappointed. They have a lofty promise and goals, but I think they are still far far away from really achieving that. As much as I would like to try and find a worthy open source / free alternative, I just don’t believe there is (or will be soon) anything that comes close to the Outlook/Exchange environment.”It’s also troubling, after all these years, to see Chandler reaching for new product strategies and still defining what the core product offers. In another blog post, OSAF’s Mimi Yin remarks that they want to “extend Chandler to reach into places where there are already users”, such as Thunderbird plug-in, SMS to/from mobile devices, Facebook app, iGoogle widget. The Thunderbird connection is a sensible idea though; and one I raised with Mitchell Baker, Chair of the Mozilla Foundation, in September when Mozilla launched a new organization to develop Internet mail and communications software. Mitchell was non-committal on it, but surely it makes sense for the two open source organizations to work closer together to solve the email/calendaring conundrum that OSAF is struggling so much with?But going back to the OSAF blog post from Mimi Yin, which also noted that OSAF must “converge on a crisp articulation of Chandler’s core offering. In particular, who is Chandler intended for, what problems does it solve and how does it solve them?”Honestly, I can’t believe they are still asking that question nearly 7 years after the Chandler project first began. Another post from Yin tries to flesh out more of the product strategy, but it is a painful read. For example: “Chandler is meant to live in the middle of all these tools as a way to pull all the disparate bits and pieces of information we receive out-of-context, into a contextualized, personal and shared ’source of truth’.”ConclusionI was a big fan of Chandler when it first started and avidly followed the mailing lists and announcements. I tried it out a few times too, in its early incarnations. I lost interest though when web 2.0 came along and apps like Google Calendar and Zimbra actually delivered working products that did pretty much what Chandler was promising, albeit on a smaller scale.But perhaps now is the time to check out the desktop and Web versions of Chandler, again. I’m no longer holding my breath though – it would be a major surprise if Chandler ever did amount to an Outlook/Exchange competitor, nearly 7 years after starting and with a 1.0 release seemingly still years away.So can it survive the year, especially after Kapor’s money stops coming in? Given that the current 0.7 product is buggy, the product strategy is muddled, and the project is nearly 7 years old…. well it would be a brave person to bet on Chandler’s survival post Kapor. Everyone hopes it will, being open source and cross platform – but at some point reality has to set in. That point will be the end of 2008, if it still hasn’t reached 1.0 or at least a workable beta. Tags:#Product Reviews#web Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…center_img Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… richard macmanus 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

1975: Beginning of an era

first_imgWest Indies defeated Australia by 17 runs in the final to win the inaugural World Cup in 1975The inaugural Cricket World Cup was hosted in 1975 by England, the only nation able to put forward the resources to stage an event of such magnitude at that time. The 1975 tournament started on June 7. The first three events were held in England and officially known as the Prudential Cup after the sponsors Prudential PLC. The matches consisted of 60 six-ball overs per team, played during the daytime in traditional form, with the players wearing cricket whites and using red cricket balls.Eight teams participated in the first tournament: Australia, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, and the West Indies (the six Test nations at the time), together with Sri Lanka and a composite team from East Africa. One notable omission was South Africa, who were banned from international cricket due to Apartheid.England were clearly the best team on show in Group A who managed to win all of their group games. New Zealand, India and East Africa were the other teams in Group A. With East Africa losing to all the other teams, New Zealand joined the hosts England in the semis after beating India.In Group B, favourites West Indies won all their matches but not before having a narrow escape against the spirited Pakistanis. Australia beat Pakistan in a potential knock-out match to qualify for the semis.In the first semi-final between Australia and England at Headingley, Australian seamer Gary Gilmour wreaked havoc on the hosts who were bowled out for a shambolic 93 runs after batting first. After registering the bowling figures of 6/14, Gilmour rescued Australia from 39/6 with an unbeaten run-a-ball 28.advertisementIn the second semi-final at The Oval, New Zealand were asked to bat by West Indies. Despite getting off to a good start, the Kiwis stuttered to a final score of 158. In reply, Alvin Kallicharan (72) and Gordon Greenidge (55) took West Indies to their target with relative ease.The Prudential Cup final was played between Australia and West Indies at Lord’s. Riding on their captain Clive Lloyd’s memorable knock of 85-ball 102, West Indies set a mammoth total of 281/8 in 60 overs. In reply, Australia fell short by 17 runs following an astonishing five run-outs in the innings. Viv Richards, who affected three out of the five run-outs, was also pivotal in West Indies’ triumph at the 1975 Prudential Cup.Australia’s Gary Gilmour(11 wickets) was the highest wicket-taker and New Zealand’s Glenn Turner(333) turned out to be the top run-scorer. England’s Dennis Amiss registered the first hundred of the tournament after smashing 137 against India.last_img read more

Hockey India League: Pakistan hit back at HI president’s comment

first_imgReacting strongly to Hockey India president Narender Batra’s demand for an unconditional apology from Pakistan players for their boorish behaviour during last year’s Champions Trophy, former coach Shahnaz Sheikh termed it as an excuse to deny their players from playing in the HIL.Batra issued a statement on Monday saying, “I would love to have Pakistan players but not with the kind of behaviour they displayed in the Champions Trophy. And they have shown no regret of that incident in writing or otherwise. I don’t want to politicise the issue but that kind of behaviour was unacceptable. Least we need an apology from them.””I am really disappointed at the statement given by Batra because I know him personally and he is a nice man. I think someone put these words in his mouth. I hope Pakistan players give India a befitting reply when we next meet them in a match,” an angry Sheikh said.”I don’t understand the need for this statement now perhaps it is one way for Hockey India to find another excuse for not allowing our players to appear in the Hockey India League, which is a letdown for them,” he said adding that may be Batra and Co are still finding it difficult to digest their defeat in the Champions Trophy semi-final.Shahnaz was the coach of the Pakistan hockey team when the unsavoury incident happened in Bhubaneshwar with some of his players making obscene gestures at the spectators after defeating arch-rivals India in the semi-finals.advertisement”I remember that after what happened post semi-finals of the Champions Trophy last December, the Pakistan Hockey Federation, myself and even the team expressed regret for the actions of some of our players. Two of our main players were also banned from the final by the FIH and it cost us the final,” Sheikh said questioning why do they need to apologising once again.”We expressed our regrets and the PHF officials present there pulled up our players as well even though they had reacted to the boorish behaviour of a section of the crowd which kept on abusing them,” he made a counter-allegations.Sheikh is also feeling bad as the vibes that they got from Indian players made him believe that Pakistan boys will be featuring in the cash-rich league.”I met Indian players in Belgium and they were optimistic that Pakistani players will be invited to the HIL this year. They think that Pakistani players bring with themselves quality and it is good for commercial aspects too,” said Sheikh.Sheikh, a former Olympian, who resigned as coach recently after Pakistan failed to qualify for the 2016 Olympic games said he would expect Batra to review his statement and change his harsh stance.”I don’t know who is dictating him to say such things. Pakistan and India can only solve the problems of hockey if they play a bilateral series,” he added.last_img read more

Glenn McGrath was hardest player for me to captain: Ricky Ponting

first_imgTaking a cheeky dig at Glenn McGrath, former Australia cricketer Ricky Ponting has revealed that the pace legend was the most difficult player to handle during his tenure as captain. While speaking on the sidelines of the ongoing first Commonwealth Bank Test between Australia and South Africa in Perth, the veteran of 168 Tests said that McGrath was the hardest player for him because of his fuming reaction to being removed from the attack. (Latest Cricket stories)”Everyone will sit back and think that he’s the easiest, that you give him the ball, he comes on and he’d do a job for you. And yes, that’s right, but at some stage you had to try and get the ball off him as well,” Ponting was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au.”I’d tell him ‘that’s enough mate, have a rest’ and for the next 10 or 15 minutes he’d be walking around with his sleeve over his mouth calling me every name under the sun.The 41-year-old said that McGrath used to stand down at fine leg and keep abusing the entire crowd just because he was not bowling.”He’d stand down at fine leg and he’d be abusing all the crowd just because he wasn’t bowling,” he said.While McGrath often gave Ponting grief when he was removed from the attack, the pacer proved to be an outstanding servant to his skipper during their stint together in Australia’s Test side.Twenty-five of McGrath’s 124 Tests as well as 96 of his 250 ODIs came with Ponting as captain. He bagged 115 Test and 147 ODI wickets when Ponting was in charge.advertisementThe pair also enjoyed five Ashes series victories and three World Cup triumphs together.last_img read more

Special Report: the costs of nonpayment

first_imgAs Freelancers Union Founder and Executive Director, Sara Horowitz is an innovator for tomorrow’s workforce. You can catch up with her on Twitter at @Sara_Horowitz.One in every two freelancers had trouble collecting payment in 2014. In a nation of 54 million freelance workers, that’s a lot.This year, we surveyed over five thousand freelance workers across the United States to learn more about the nonpayment problem and shine a spotlight on the facts.We found that as companies increasingly rely on freelancers to fill their needs, employment laws have failed to keep pace with the changing workforce. 71% of freelancers struggle to collect payment for work at least once in the course of their career. And, because freelance workers lack the same protections as traditional employees, many have little recourse for collecting on those payments.That’s why we launched the #FreelanceIsntFree Campaign — to find legislative remedies that make it easier for freelancers to get paid on time and in full.SUPPORT #FREELANCEISNTFREEOur study, The Costs of Nonpayment, not only sheds light on the nonpayment problem, but also on the impact of nonpayment on the freelance workforce. The average unpaid freelance worker loses almost $6000 annually – which accounts for 13% of their total income.Such a loss of income has a profound impact on a freelancer’s bottom line – many of those surveyed were forced to borrow money on credit or dip into their savings.But nonpayment doesn’t affect the independent worker alone, it affects the entire economy. When we disempower one third of the workforce, we cripple innovation, creativity, and business at large.This study underscores why, more than ever, the #FreelanceIsntFree Campaign needs your support. As freelancing becomes increasingly more common, it is incumbent on us, the freelancers of today, to pave a better future for the freelancers of tomorrow.Don’t delay: Learn the facts. Share your story. Make your voice heard: Let your community know that you support the #FreelanceIsntFree Campaign.last_img read more

Team India back to the grind in a bid to avoid 3-0 whitewash

first_imgTeam India batsmen were seen at the nets at the Wanderers stadium in Johannesburg on Sunday after spending a few days off with their respective families and friends in South Africa.The Indian team players have been under fire after suffering crushing defeats in the first two Tests.The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Sunday posted a picture of openers KL Rahul, Murali Vijay and No. 3 batsman Cheteshwar Pujara batting in the nets.’Net’work #TeamIndia #SAvIND pic.twitter.com/Y64YnFObra— BCCI (@BCCI) January 21, 2018The Indian batsmen have failed miserable throughout this series and experts have questioned their preparation ahead of the tour.Virat Kohli & Co. had decided to prepare for the three-match series just by batting in the nets where they had green pitches prepared for themselves. Kohli had justified India’s decision to not play any warm-up matches by saying the team wanted to control the training process where they could prepare wickets according to their requirements.But many felt that this team should have played warm-up games instead of just going for net sessions. On top of that the team selection has also drawn the ire of many with vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane’s ommission from the playing XI being the biggest talking point so far.India also went with Ishant Sharma instead of Bhuvneshwar Kumar in the second Test which again didn’t go down too well with the fans and critics.And then Kohli’s outburst at the press conference following India’s 135-run defeat in Centurion shocked the world. Asked some uncomfortable questions on team selection and India’s inability to execute their plans on a sub-continental pitch at the SuperSport Park, Kohli was irked and annoyed.advertisement”What is the best 11?” snapped Kohli when asked if India played the best combination in “sub-continental” conditions at Centurion. “If we had won this, was this the best 11? We don’t decide the 11 according to results. You are telling me that you could have played the best 11. You tell me the best 11 and we will play that,” the skipper went on.Even after losing the second Test, the Indian players decided to take a break and visited the Kruger National Park after reaching Johannesburg.India had lost the first Test inside three days at Cape Town by 72 runs while chasing a below-par score of 208.The Indian batsmen were equally poor in the second Test and it was only Kohli’s 153 in the first innings which had kept his side in the game for a while.India’s top five batsmen have failed repeatedly at crucial moments in this series which is why they are in this stage at the moment. Even a herculean effort in the final Test won’t be enough to overlook the fact that India’s best batsmen were just not good enough in these conditions.The third and final Test will be played at Johannesburg from January 24.last_img read more

Here is your horoscope for June 17, 2018

first_imgARIESYou are open to inspiration today! Romance adds a sparkle to your relationship. You work well with people, express yourself creatively and excel at trading. People are attracted to you for your ability to celebrate life. You are much in demand socially. Lucky number 6. Colour pink. TAURUSYou meet new people and make exciting connections. People who matter appreciate skill and wisdom in your craft. You tend to get stressed and over analyze situations. Don’t wait for people to come to you but meet them half way. You are in for happy surprises. Lucky number 1. Colour red. GEMINIYou may have mixed ideas that need to be sorted out and prioritized today. Clarity and practicality rather than speculation take you in the right direction. You need to be caring in relationships. Watch your own moods and respect the other’s individuality. Lucky number 7. Colour gray. CANCERThe Ace of Wands puts you through a touching experience today. Unexpected events and reactions should be taken in your stride. Don’t be afraid to encounter people at home or situations at work to gain understanding. Study new business offers in detail. Lucky number 1. Colour orange. LEOYou are able to let your hair down and relax. Guard against becoming complacent with your sense of achievement and adopt a laid back attitude as there is much waiting to be explored. Your energy is renewed with physical well being as you participate in sport. Lucky number 9. Colour pink. VIRGOYou are able to integrate resources and forces with mastery today. Goodwill and friendship are important in getting you opportunities and support in tricky ventures. You make elaborate maneuvers to get close to your loved one. Take care of stress problems. Lucky number 14. Colour green.advertisement LIBRAYour security structure allows you to actualize your potential and indulge in various activities. Travel and change are rejuvenating. A progressive situation enables you to enjoy some free time. You need to be patient and persevering in relationships. Lucky number 21. Colour green. SCORPIOThree golden Cups full of light greet you today, with love and happiness in relationships and satisfaction in business. A prestigious project brings out your creative potential. Friends and family gather around to share hospitality and celebrate with you. Lucky number 3. Colour red. SAGITTARIUSYou languish with a feeling of happiness today! You enjoy whatever you are doing and take a break that perks you up. Your mind is at its creative best. Once practicalities are taken care of you can go beyond the usual and create something new. Lucky number 4. Colour pink. CAPRICORNYou are bold and frank while dealing with controversial situations. Go beyond limitations and think big. You impress people with your personality, talent and charisma. Personal relationships are sensitive as both partners seek space and appreciation. Lucky number 2. Colour red. AQUARIUSProfessional success is on the cards. You retain a position of power at work and affirm personal commitments with promise. Labour and application to goals brings wealth. Contentment in family scenes is expansive. Your investments prove to be gainful. Lucky number 1. Colour green. PISCESYou tend to be emotional so look at situations with your head and your heart to get a perspective. Mastery of your craft brings appreciation. You connect with friends after a period of stress. Centering within and listing your priorities is advisable. Lucky number 15. Colour blue.last_img read more