Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, August 16, 2017 – Providenciales – Motorists can now license their vehicles any weekday due to a recently announced stride at the Road Traffic Department. In late July, Minister responsible, Delroy Williams announced that licensing would be expanded from just the Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays to every weekday. The measure, he said, will greatly ease the frustrations of thousands of motorists.During his ministerial statement on July 27, Minister Williams explained that a cost saving measure is also taken regarding the decals for vehicles. It will mean no excess stock and it will hopefully bring to an end the problem of the #RoadTrafficDepartment running out of the stickers which validate all motor vehicles as licensed by Government.It was also explained that “equipment is being installed in North Caicos and South Caicos to facilitate the drivers license process and soon, very soon,” he said, “motorists will not have to travel to Provo or Grand Turk to obtain or renew a driver’s license.”Another soon to come from the Ministry of Home Affairs, a ground breaking for the new post office construction in Providenciales in a matter of weeks as Minister Delroy Williams, in the House of Assembly last month explained the contract for work to begin has already been signed. A stand alone home for the Provo Post Office has not existed since February 2014, when the former site was shut down due to infestation and dilapidation.#MagneticMediaNews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #RoadTrafficDepartment
Supermarkets across the country are calling on shoppers to be more green. They say we should buy environmentally-friendly products. We should buy reusable bags to carry our groceries. Some are even charging fees for their paper or plastic bags.In the Northeast, the Big Y supermarket is no different. In fact, it has gone ahead and launched Going Green, a free magazine it says will help shoppers “make lifestyle choices that will benefit the environment and themselves.” Distributed at all of Big Y’s 56 locations throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut, the 37-page print magazine will feature money saving tips to help save the planet, a guide to eco-friendly purchases and information on reusing and recycling.Isn’t it a bit ironic for Big Y to promote green practices by producing a printed magazine? Could they have printed “green tips” on their paper bags instead?
2:56 CNET may get a commission from retail offers. 0 Huawei P30 Huawei P20 takes terrific low-light photos The German site WinFuture shared this photo reportedly of the Huawei P30 Pro in orange. WinFutre Huawei made a splash in February with its foldable Mate X phone. It was instantly — and favorably — compared to the Galaxy Fold from Samsung. But it’s another Huawei phone that could be the real head-turner. A leaked photo published on the German site WinFuture on March 13 purportedly shows the upcoming Huawei P30 Pro in an eye-popping shade of orange.While the color could be considered red or orange, apparently it’s called Sunshine. Huawei is known for using vibrant finishes on its phones. But the color isn’t the only interesting thing we see in the photo: On the back of the phone is a camera array stacked with three cameras in the corner. There’s a separate fourth camera just below the flash.The P30 Pro is rumored to have a 7.8x optical zoom, which would be a first on a phone. Of course, we’ll know for certain about the cameras and the color at Huawei’s event in Paris on March 26.Huawei didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment on the leak.Originally published March 14 at 1:03 p.m. PT.Update, March 17: Add photo featuring the Huawei P30 Pro in Sunshine Post a comment Now playing: Watch this: How To • Huawei P30 phone announcement: How to watch, what to expect $534 Phones Review • Huawei P30 review: The P30 Pro’s fantastic photos for less 8 Photos News • Huawei P30 Pro’s pop-out cam is powerful enough to shoot the moon Tags Huawei P20 Pro shows off its three cameras with four new standout colors Share your voice See it Mentioned Above Huawei P30 (128GB, black) Huawei
The AFRO and WEAA present “Ask. Listen. Vote.” a debate between the mayoral candidates. Sean Yoes, senior AFRO contributor and host of “First Edition,” will moderate. The event will take place on March 10 at the Murphy Fine Arts Center Gilliam Hall on the campus of Morgan State University from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Admission is free but registration at baltimoremayoraldebate.eventbrite.com is needed.