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USS Nautilus leaves Submarine Force Museum for $36 million preservation project

Stars and Stripes 16 Oct 2021
(Tribune News Service) — The USS Nautilus, the world's first nuclear-powered submarine, was towed Friday afternoon from its home at the Submarine Force Museum upriver to a pier at the Naval Submarine Base, where it will undergo an estimated $36 million preservation project ... (c)2021 The Day (New London, Conn.).

Memorial plan for heroic TfL workers

Islington Tribune 15 Oct 2021
The Tribune campaigned for protection for bus drivers and Underground workers amid concerns that they were putting their lives at risk and claims that there were not enough safety measures in place ... In total across London, 98 transport workers died after contracting Covid ... The Tribune’s front page on April 10, 2020 ... Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said.

Italy halts arrest vs Vatican fraud suspect

The Manila Times 14 Oct 2021
Italian financier Gianluigi Torzi was arrested in London earlier this year on a warrant issued by Rome ...

Mayfair casino ‘granted millionaire member’s request for white dealer instead of black woman’

The Independent 14 Oct 2021
... about an alleged incident in which a patron at the casino asked for a “fair-skinned dealer”, the Central London Employment Tribunal in London heard.

Casino dealer ‘subjected to racial discrimination by millionaire members’

Belfast Telegraph 13 Oct 2021
Central London Employment Tribunal in London heard that Mrs Tesfagiorgis had complained to management in December 2019 about an alleged incident in which a patron at the casino asked for a “fair-skinned dealer”. Semhar Tesfagiorgis arrives at the Central London Employment Tribunal (Aaron Chown/PA).

Black croupier says bosses kept her away from high-rolling customer at private Mayfair casino Aspinalls ...

The Daily Mail 13 Oct 2021
Semhar Tesfagiorgis, 40, arrives at the Central London Employment Tribunal ... Central London Employment Tribunal heard that Mrs Tesfagiorgis had initially complained to management in December 2019, about an alleged incident in which a patron at the casino asked for a 'fair-skinned dealer'.

Italy court overturns arrest warrant for broker on trial at Vatican

Metro USA 13 Oct 2021
ROME (Reuters) – Italy’s highest appeals court on Wednesday overturned an arrest warrant for an Italian broker on trial at the Vatican in a case involving the purchase of building in one of London’s smartest districts, his lawyer said ... Torzi lives in London and is fighting an international arrest warrant.

Lesbian barrister sues Stonewall and her London chambers claiming she lost income because she disagrees ...

The Daily Mail 12 Oct 2021
A barrister suing LGBTQ+ charity Stonewell and her London chambers over claims she was 'silenced' for her views on transgender issues has today arrived at her tribunal hearing ... The hearing is being held at an Employment Tribunal building in London today ... Tribunal service.

Dept. of Education adopts congressman’s recommendations on student loan forgiveness

Stars and Stripes 12 Oct 2021
NEW LONDON, Conn. (Tribune News Service) — The U.S ...Chris Soto, Cardona’s special assistant from New London, also was aware of the work my office was doing, so that is a very special connection that we in the state have with the top education official in the federal government,” Courtney said ... (c)2021 The Day (New London, Conn.).

Building strategy to look at embodied carbon, says government

BBC News 12 Oct 2021
... in the construction of a new “Justice Quarter”, combining courts and a police headquarters in London’s Fleet Street ... The Ministry of Justice - which oversees the Courts and Tribunals Service - told the journal it was a matter for the City of London, as it was developing the site.

125 years ago, William 'Buffalo Bill' Cody debuted his 'Wild West' show in North Platte

The North Platte Telegraph 12 Oct 2021
“The company is a strong combination of excellent actors and present (Cody’s show) ‘The Prairie Waif’ with happy effect,” the Lincoln County Tribune wrote Feb ... Cody, is the greatest showman on earth,” the Tribune declared on Aug ... John Thayer to promote his town, county and state at the London Exposition near the show grounds ... “London, May 28, 1887.

Police Scotland: Dozens of officers face sexual misconduct allegations

BBC News 11 Oct 2021
The conduct of serving police officers has been under scrutiny since the murder of Sarah Everard in Clapham, South London. Police Scotland last week ordered an independent review into an employment tribunal which found evidence of a "sexist culture" in one of its armed policing unit.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Bulldogs continue defensive dominance to score come-from-behind victory over Comets

Independent Tribune 09 Oct 2021
MICHAEL FREER Special to the Independent Tribune. NEW LONDON – Setting a single-game school record for largest margin of victory, as Jay M. Robinson did in last week’s 66-point win over Albemarle, was nice ... “I was proud of how resilient we were tonight,” Bulldogs coach Darius Robinson said during a telephone interview with the Independent Tribune ... .

Married City finance executive told female colleague 'you look like you need sausage' then exposed ...

The Daily Mail 07 Oct 2021
The 'distressed' colleague said it was 'in no way an accident' and Taylor, whose wife was in the next room at the time, '100 per cent wanted her to see his underwear', a London Central Employment Tribunal heard ... 'you look like you need sausage', an employment tribunal heard.