San Francisco City Attorney pledges to end gang injunctions by years end

first_imgBut criminal justice reform advocates have long argued that the injunctions unfairly targeted communities of color, created barriers that prevented former gang members from reentering society, and violated individuals’ civil rights. “This is definitely welcome,” said Roberto Alfaro, the executive director of HOMEY, a Mission-based nonprofit that focuses on violence prevention and at-risk youth. “There shouldn’t have been a gang injunction in the first place.” The Mission District’s injunction covered the Southeast end of the Mission, covering Potrero to the east, Cesar Chavez to the south, Valencia to the west, and 21st and 23rd streets to the north, creating an “L”-shaped area called the “Norteño Safety Zone.” The injunctions barred suspected Norteño members from entering the zone. Alfaro, however, said that legally banishing Mission born-and-raised Latino men from their neighborhood exacerbated another, unforeseen consequence. “It was touted as a tool to reduce violence,” he said. “But the fact of the matter is, what it did is put pressure on a community that is already in crisis of gentrification and displacement.” Herrera’s move was lauded by Supervisors Sandra Lee Fewer and Shamann Walton. Fewer held a hearing last June in which she and other supervisors questioned whether the injunctions were necessary in today’s San Francisco.   “This forward-thinking change to the gang injunction policy recognizes that San Francisco is in a very different place than in 2007 when these injunctions were first implemented, as our neighborhoods have undergone dramatic changes,” Fewer said in a statement. Walton commended Fewer’s leadership on the issue and Herrera “for taking this step to end gang injunctions in San Francisco.” Alfaro remained cautious, saying: “Let’s see if the City Attorney does it.”   Subscribe to Mission Local’s daily newsletter San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera will soon request an expiration date for the gang injunctions placed on certain city neighborhoods — a controversial measure initiated more than a decade ago as a supposed means of curbing gang activity. Herrera announced Monday that he will ask the San Francisco Superior Court this spring to sunset the injunctions by Dec. 31. The injunctions barred individuals suspected of gang activity from portions of Bayview, Visitacion Valley, Western Addition, and the Mission District. Currently, 53 individuals remain subject to the injunctions. At the height of the injunctions, some 150 individuals were barred from areas identified as being hubs for gang activity. After a review last year, Herrera removed 83 individuals “because they had ceased active gang activity,” according to the City Attorney’s office. The use of gang injunctions — and their effectiveness in curbing gang violence — have been a source of contention. Herrera said in today’s statement that he is “pleased the gang injunctions worked.” Gang violence has, indeed, reduced since the injunctions were put in place around 2006. center_img Email Addresslast_img read more

THE Saints came from behind to record a great 342

first_imgTHE Saints came from behind to record a great 34-29 victory over a strong Wildcats team sprinkled with ex NRL stars, writes Graham Henthorne.The Saints got off to their by now customary, if frustrating, start by conceding within the first minute, the Wildcats punishing Gary Wheeler’s dropped kick off.It took a while for the Saints to find their feet against the enthusiastic Wildcats but they drew level after a piece of poor play from the home side. A last tackle kick from Danny Yates was taken over the touchline under no pressure by the Wildcats winger giving the Saints a scrum on the 10 metre line.The ball was worked to the right for Captain Carl Forster to drive over to bring the scores level.The Saints deserved to go ahead but a great short ball from Shaun Magennis which put Nathan Ashe through the line was adjudged forward. However, the Saints bench were directly in line and were of a different opinion!Immediately the home side took advantage of the situation and broke through some flimsy tackling to score.The Saints went further behind after 23 minutes finally succumbing to an Isaac John sidestep on the third set of six in a row.But the final ten minutes of the half belonged to the Saints as they finally managed to hang onto the ball enough to put the home side under pressure.A quickly taken penalty on the Wildcats 30 metre line was taken on by Forster but passed out to Ashe. His quick pass put Magennis through and he returned the favour with a deft pass out of the back of the hand to put Ashe under the posts. Lewis Charnock took over the kicking and kicked the first of his five out of five.Adam Swift put the Saints level scooping up a loose ball and showing a clean pair of heels to the chasing pack as he races 60 metres to the sticks.A measure of the respect this comeback had produced was the fact that John kicked a drop goal on the half time whistle.The Saints were disappointed with their first half display but took heart from only being one point down knowing that anything like their best would produce the goods.The Saints should have taken the lead as another Magennis short ball put Ashe away but Wheeler decided to cut back inside when maybe he should have backed himself.So it was the Wildcats who actually increased their lead as a wicked bounce fell into the winger’s hands and he rounded the defence for the score.A great set out of defence put the Wildcats on the back foot and allowed Swift the space to step off both feet to score on a 60 metre run.Then debutant Matty Fozzard had a try controversially disallowed. From the kick off Nathan Ashe gathered the ball from a Wildcat knock back but Scott Hale was harshly adjudged to have impeded the catcher.This galvanised the Saints who took it to the rapidly wilting home side. On the last Danny Yates put up a great bomb which Jordan Case plucked out of the air after leaping higher than the cover.The Saints were flying now. Wheeler had another try harshly ruled out for a marginal obstruction on his way to the line but Yates increased the lead with a fabulous individual effort.With the defence waiting for the kick he dummied to Swift but scythed through the line on an arcing run then came back inside the full back to the posts for the try.The final 15 minutes was a nervy affair as injuries and a mounting penalty count meant that the Saints spent most of it defending their own line. But, as it was only broken once, the Saints managed to hang on for a great win.Swift and Ashe showed glimpses of the flair both have in abundance but as ever Forster, Magennis showing fabulous touch for a big man, Jordan Hand and Ant Walker, who did a 65 minute stint were the foundation of the win.Match Summary:Wakefield:Tries: Gareth Croft, Sam Fletcher, Isaac John, Steve Southern 2.Goals: Jordan Grayston 4.Drop Goals: Isaac John.St Helens:Tries: Adam Swift 2, Nathan Ashe, Danny Yates, Carl Forster, Jordan Case.Goals: Lewis Charnock 5.Half Time: 16-17Full Time: 34-29Teams:Wakefield:1. Jordan Grayston; 2. Gareth Croft, 3. Sam Parkin, 4. Josh Hardcastle, 5. Sam Fletcher; 6. Isaac John, 7. Danny Ansell; 8. Adam Gledhill, 9. Ryan Wright, 10. Tom Lillycrop, 11. Adam Slater, 12. Kyle Trout, 13. Steve Southern. Subs: 14. Jordan Lowther, 15. Jake Joynt, 16. Declan Storey, 17. Andy Tate.Saints:17. Gary Wheeler; 2. James Hill, 3. Adam Swift, 4. Alex Trumper, 5. Lewis Charnock; 6. Nathan Ashe, 7. Danny Yates; 8. Shaun Magennis, 9. Lewis Foster, 10. Carl Forster, 12. Joe Greenwood, 11. Scott Hale, 13. Danny Jones. Subs: 14. Matty Fozzard, 15. Jordan Case, 19. Ant Walker, 20. Jordan Hand.last_img read more

Whats OnRed Vee Cafe Bar – Opens at 4pmTurnstil

first_imgWhat’s On:Red Vee Cafe Bar – Opens at 4pm.Turnstiles – Open at 5pm.Academy Championship – The 19s take on their Wakefield counterparts at 5:15pm.Club Face Painters – These will once again be operating in the Hattons Solicitors Family Stand and the Totally Wicked North Stand from around 6:30pm … come along and get your face painted in Saints colours for free!Bouncy Castles – We have rugby themed inflatables in the North and South West Stands.Member Offers – We have two great offers for you – any pie & alcoholic beverage is just £6, whilst a pie or hotdog & hot drink is just £4.Soft Drinks – Fruit shoots are now available for just £1.50 each.Carling Bar – Following feedback, fans in the West Stand can now get their hands on 500ml Carling PETs from our new bottle bar in the concourse. Price is £4.Contactless Payment – Will be available in the Karalius, Popular Side, Marching Inn, Eddington Arms and Voll’s bars to speed up your service.The A-Star Saints Angels – Will be performing several new performances before the game and at half time.Armed Forces Day – We are celebrating Armed Forces Day with a number of special events and commemorations. Our local TA artillery unit will be here displaying their weapons and our Community Development Foundation will sign the Armed Forces Covenant. We also have a special presentation with Raymond Rush too who will receive Chevalier in the Ordre National de le Legion d’honneur for his bravery in the Liberation of France. Elsewhere, cadets, serving personnel and veterans will form a guard of honour and take part in a parade.Half Time –See the new Simply Doughnuts Kicking Challenge! Contestants have three attempts to kick a ball into a large replica Simply Doughnuts pot in front of the West Stand. There’s a whole host of prizes to win and if you kick it in from the 40m line, you return at the final game of the season to kick again for the chance to win a car for the year from Chorley Nissan!Sponsors:The Match is sponsored by David Lloyd Knowsley and the Match Ball by O2 Business Centre Rainford whilst AS Kelman will choose the Man of the Match.Team News:Both sides have named their 19-man squad for the match. You can find out more here.Tickets:Tickets for the game are available from the Ticket Office at the Totally Wicked Stadium or by calling 01744 455 052. There will be cash turnstiles on the Hattons Solicitors West, Totally Wicked North and East Stands. If you require a South Stand ticket then you need to head to the Ticket Office.Tickets are available online until 4pm.Saints Superstore:The Saints Superstore will be open from 9am right up until kick-off. It will close 45 minutes after the final whistle.Spotify Playlist:Many thanks to all those who have suggested songs for our Spotify playlist for this evening’s game. We will continue to update it throughout the day. Check it out here: spoti.fi/2BJfn6QProgramme:The programme is priced at £3 and features an exclusive interview with Regan Grace! Just how quick is he?last_img read more

Match

first_imgThe game was full of action and incident from the first minute when Wakefield knocked-on from the opening kick-off.Saints took the advantage of their early pressure to lead through a well-worked Morgan Knowles try after a neat pass from Fages.After a scrappy first 20, Wakefield hit back with an excellent diving finish from Tom Johnstone to make it 6-4 to Saints after Danny Brough missed the conversion.Lachlan Coote then got into the game with the first of two brilliant assists. The first to set Tommy Makinson free to glide in from 30m out to give Saints and extended lead. Percival missed the conversion to give Saints a 10-4 advantage.Less than two minutes later, Wakefield hit back as some great offloading from Miller and Ashurst gave Johnstone his second try of the game to tie the thigs up at 10-10.The last ten mins of the half were less favourable for Saints with Lachlan Coote kicking the first of two restarts out on the full, and in the next set, Alex Walmsley suffered a head-knock after which he had to leave the field for a concussion assessment.Big Al thankfully returned at the start of the second half, however it was Wakefield who scored first, with Danny Brough slotting over a 40m penalty to give Wakefield the a 12-10 lead.Saints responded perfectly two minutes later as Regan Grace was on the end of a slick moving play from right to left through the hands of Fages then  finished with another sweetly timed pass from Lachlan Coote to slot Grace over in the corner.Saints could have pulled away in the 53rd minute with a trademark diving finish from Tommy Makinson, only denied at the last second by a diving Jacob Miller.Trinity then fought back with a brilliant 40-20 from Danny Brough meant Saints had to withstand three repeat sets on their own line.In the 67th minute, Tommy would not be denied this time as he scored a crucial try in the corner  after a break from James Roby and crisp passing from Fages and Lomax, who carved open the Wakefield left edge defence.Percival missed the conversion to give Saints an 18-10 lead with ten minutes to go.A dogged Wakefield then fought back yet again with a try from Bill Tupou after Saints gave away a penalty on half way, the game was tied by Brough to make it 18-18.After another kick-off mistake from Coote, Brough had the chance to put Wakefield ahead with a penalty kick from the half way line, but it didnt have the legs to make it over the posts.There was still time for further drama, after Coote mis-cued an attempted a drop goal that stayed in play and gave Wakefield possession.However, on the next set with less than two minutes to go in the game Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook powered over after great work from Lomax to give Saints a frantic win.Match Summary:Saints:Tries: Knowles, Makinson (2), Grace, McCarthy-ScarsbrookGoals: Percival (2 from 5)Wakefield Trinity:Tries: Johnstone (2), TupouGoals: Brough (3 from 5)HT: 10-10 FT: 18-24REF: Robert Hickslast_img read more

Wrightsville Beach pastor talks church safety after Texas church shooting

first_imgWRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, NC (WWAY) — It has been one week since the shooting in Sutherland Springs Texas and now church safety is a topic for one pastor and his congregation.“Every Sunday here we have the opportunity to come and worship and to invite anyone in to love everyone and show that love to everyone. That doesn’t change,” Wrightsville Beach Baptist Pastor John McIntyre said.- Advertisement – After more than two dozen lives were taken in a Sutherland Springs Texas church and Pastor McIntyre said his heart is with those suffering, but it will not make him fear stepping inside a house of God.“My job as pastor is to provide for the safety and security of this flock, and I take that very seriously,” McIntyre said.Members of the Wrightsville Beach Baptist Church agree safety is important, but they will not live in fear.Related Article: Man injured in shooting near Greenfield Lake“When I got up to come to church this morning it was like any other Sunday getting up and coming to church because I come to church for the reason of worship and there was absolutely no fear and the worry is for the those people who have suffered such a terrible loss,” church member Carole Jackson said.Kenneth Roebuck who is a Deacon at the church said there should be a protection plan in place, but making people feel welcomed is also important.“We shouldn’t walk everyday in fear, but yet we need to keep our eyes open and prepare,” Roebuck said.Moving forward Pastor McIntyre said he does not plan on being armed, but is thankful for police who keep a watch on the church.“Even if the worst possible thing were to happen and come into our campus and some how make it passed any safe guards that we have in place, I know that God is in charge and he has the ultimate say and he brings good from bad,” McIntyre said.Pastor McIntyre said church attendance numbers were down today it could be for a number of reasons, but he does wonder if recent events had any affect on that.last_img read more

UNSOLVED Ebonee Spears seen at WPD Boys Girls Club before going missing

first_img “I recently started this thing with my coworkers with water bottles,” Rivers said. “Anybody that I know that’s traveling giving them some water bottles and fliers with Ebonee’s picture on it.”Rivers reported Spears missing on Januray 15, 2016.“She was fine,” Rivers said. “She had meetings set up that day; just a normal day planned.”Related Article: WPD seeking help with ‘alarming trend’ of Shotspotter alertsRivers said things started getting strange that afternoon.“Between 5:30 and 7, she was walking down Nixon Street,” Rivers said.Rivers said Spears’s friend, who works at the Community Boys & Girls Club, saw her and noticed something was off.“So he dropped her off at the club and told her to wait right there,” Rivers said.Instead, Rivers said Spears walked to the Wilmington Police Department.“She actually used the phone,” WPD Lt. Kelvin Hargrove said. “The front desk officer showed her where the phone was, because we got a phone out in the lobby. At one point she got upset and started cursing and left out of the building.”Hargrove said that happened around 8 p.m.“The front desk officer then went and checked the phone to make sure the phone was working, because he didn’t know why she was so upset,” Hargrove said.Hargrove said Spears was then seen at the Boys & Girls Club again.“She was last seen leaving the Boys & Girls Club headed toward home at 8:30 or 9 o’clock,” Hargrove said.Rivers said later that night, Spears talked to a man at her apartment.“Quarter to 10 Ebonee was outside her apartment, and she approached him for a cigarette,” Rivers said, “and he said he had his last one, and he said Ebonee mentioned something about walking up to the store to get something.”Rivers said that was the last time anyone saw her.“All of it’s strange,” Rivers said.Hargrove said detectives interviewed several people Spears talked to that day.“One of the people that she talked to stated that she was on new medicine and it was messing with her,” Hargrove said.Spears had recently been diagnosed with lupus.“It took like a different toll on her with the anxiety and the depression,” Rivers said.Rivers never saw Spears that day, but she talked to her on the phone after she never showed up for dinner.“She said, ‘No. I’ve already eaten a salad. I’m fine, and I just stepped outside to get some air,’” Rivers said.Rivers said that was a red flag.“Because I know Ebonee, and she doesn’t like cold weather, so No. 1, she’s not going to be walking up and down the street,” Rivers said.Rivers said Spears had not been acting like herself all that week.“That Thursday she was acting erratic,” Rivers said. “The Ebonee I know and love so much, she was a responsible person.”But Rivers said her daughter never talked about taking her own life.“Even in her weakest moments, no,” Rivers said. “If she had taken her own life, I think her body or something would have been found by now.”That’s why Rivers thinks her daughter’s disappearance is suspicious.“To me, I think so,” Rivers said. “No clothes, no money, no ID, no nothing. ‘Cause if she was just going to walk away, why take the time to lock your apartment, though? You wouldn’t have cared.”It is a mystery that weighs on Rivers every single day.“More than anybody could ever imagine,” Rivers said.It is a weight that only a mother could understand, but as a mother and grandmother, she says she has to keep pushing.“So life goes on, but in the midst of all that, you’re thinking, I’m able to eat. I’m able to sleep. I am able to do this,” she said. “Is Ebonee able to do these same things? Is she being taken care of? Is she alright?”These questions keep her making water bottles. It is a mystery she will continue telling, a picture she will continue showing until Ebonee’s disappearance is no longer unsolved.If you have any information, call Wilmington Police or use Text-a-Tip. 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave Settings WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Almost two years ago, a mother from Wilmington went missing.From posters to water bottles, Harriett Rivers has spent nearly two years putting her daughter’s face everywhere.- Advertisement – last_img read more

Lake Waccamaw issues boil water advisory

first_img Periods of low or no pressure in the distribution system increases the potential for back siphonage and the introduction of bacteria into the water.When water is restored, you should boil water for one minute. LAKE WACCAMAW, NC (WWAY) — The Town of Lake Waccamaw is asking residents to boil their water before using it, due to a leaking water main on Waccamaw Shores Rd.The advisory is issued for people who live on both sides of the road to the dam. Homes affected are from 2813 and 2934 Waccamaw Shores Rd and continues to the dam.- Advertisement – last_img

Local students plan vigil to honor Parkland school shooting anniversary

first_img Two New Hanover High School students, Summer Marshburn-TenEyck and Kathryn Conlon, came on Good Morning Carolina Wednesday to talk about an apolitical event planned by a group of all student activists.The event is on Saturday, Feb. 16. March For Our Lives students will hold a candlelight vigil to remember the 17 lives lost last Valentine’s Day in Parkland Florida. Marshburn-TenEyck says this event will be apolitical and nonpartisan. She said this weekend is solely about remembering the lives lost due to gun violence. Speakers & supporters will include Elizabeth Sloane, Bernadine Fulton, and March For Our Lives students.Marshburn-TenEyck is a sophomore at New Hanover High School. She helped lead her school’s walkout after the Parkland Shooting last year, spoke at the March For Our Lives in March 2018, and is now one of three Co-Directors for March For Our Lives Wilmington. She is passionate about ending gun violence because she wants to ensure that upcoming generations are not growing up with fear in their schools, churches, movie theaters and homes.Related Article: Boys Scouts work on merit badge with visit to WWAYConlon is also sophomore at New Hanover High School, and one of three Co-Directors of March For Our Lives Wilmington. She says she participates in this movement because she believes that The United States has a responsibility to ensure the safety of it’s citizens, which starts with ending gun violence, and if our government won’t take control our students will. 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave Settings NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — A group of high school students in New Hanover County is planning a vigil this weekend to honor the anniversary of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.On February 14, 2018, a gunman opened fire at the Parkland high school killing 17 students and staff and injuring more than a dozen others. The gunman was identified as Nikolas Cruz by a U.S. official briefed on the investigation. – Advertisement – last_img read more

DA sheriff ask state to investigate New Hanover Co Schools handling of

first_imgWILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — New Hanover County’s district attorney and sheriff have asked the State Bureau of Investigation to look into how the school district handled the case of a former teacher who pleaded guilty last week to dozens of sex crimes involving students.In a news release District Attorney Ben David said he and Sheriff Ed McMahon asked SBI to investigate whether there was a violation in law, including the handling of sexual offense claims allegedly brought to the attention of New Hanover County Schools administration.- Advertisement – Last week Michael Kelly pleaded guilty to 59 separate sexual offenses involving 19 victims over a period of more than 15 years while he was a teacher at Laney High School and Isaac Bear Early College. Prosecutors say during questioning by FBI agents right before his arrest last year Kelly alluded to an internal school district investigation that he claimed cleared him of any wrongdoing. That led sheriff’s office investigators to talk to Kelly the day after his guilty plea. They had been unable to to talk to him before then until the cases were resolved because of his right to remain silent.“In light of information learned, we requested for the State Bureau of Investigation to conduct an investigation of the school administration’s handling of the Kelly matter,” David said in a statement. “Additionally, the Sheriff’s Office received information from members of the public detailing similar allegations unrelated to the Kelly case. The Sheriff’s Office opened an investigation into these allegations as well but now believes, as I do, that they should bereviewed by outside agents with the SBI.”David said a formal request has also been made to the North Carolina Attorney General’sOffice to serve in an advisory capacity as the SBI conducts its investigation and, if needed, prosecute any violations of the law.Related Article: Pope accepts Washington cardinal’s resignation amid scandalDavid said the outside investigation and handling of any prosecution is necessary because members of his staff and the sheriff’s office may be interviewed about the facts of the underlying sexual assault case, which would create a conflict of interest.“An examination of the facts by outside investigators and a review of the evidence by outside prosecutors will remove even the appearance of impropriety and should satisfy the concerns that any decision is based upon facts and law and not based upon long standing relationships of professionals whose very oaths of office put them in constant communication with each other. Everyone in the community should welcome a thorough review of these troubling allegations by agencies with no local ties,” David said.The DA’s announcement comes hours after New Hanover County Schools Deputy Superintendent Rick Holliday announced his retirement after 37 years with the district. Among Holliday’s duties as deputy superintendent was handling Title IX issues, including allegations of sexual abuse. Holliday also served as principal at Laney for several years, including when Kelly was a teacher there.The New Hanover County School Board issued a statement following its closed session meeting on Monday, saying:“To reiterate prior statements from the district, the New Hanover County Board of Education strongly and completely condemns the actions of Michael Earl Kelly who pled guilty last week to numerous crimes. The Board expresses our sorrow to all the victims and their families affected by Kelly’s heinous acts. In light of allegations made against New Hanover County Schools during the recent sentencing of Kelly, the NHC Board of Education has launched an internal investigation into incidents that allegedly occurred in 2006. We will continue to fully cooperate with any and all ongoing investigations. Once the investigations are complete, we will take appropriate action.”last_img read more

Watch Maltese activist makes 38km swim around Gozo

first_imgA swimmer has managed to circumnavigate the entire 38 kilometre coastline of Gozo in just over 10 hours, to raise awareness about keeping the sea clean. The swimmer, Neil Agius started his swim at 3.15AM this morning.Agius explained that the main goal of the challenge was to raise awareness among the Maltese and Gozitan people about the cleanliness of the sea and the responsible use and disposal of plastic.Agius didn’t do the challenge alone, having a team of people supporting him along the way. Twain Cutajar and Gordon Bugeja took responsibility for driving the support vessel while Peter Grech provided motivational support during the more difficult parts of the swim. Lara Vella ensured Agius ate and drank during the challenge.On Facebook, yesterday evening, Agius encouraged all those who want a clean and better environment, to take on the personal challenge and support the Wave of Change movement, to collect three plastic items discarded at sea or on land and encourage three peers to do the same.Maltese man swims 70km in less than 22 hoursThis is not the first time Agius has carried out such a challenge. Last July, he swam 70km around Malta in 22 hours.WhatsApp <a href=’http://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/ck.php?n=ab2c8853&amp;cb={random}’ target=’_blank’><img src=’https://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=97&amp;cb={random}&amp;n=ab2c8853&amp;ct0={clickurl_enc}’ border=’0′ alt=” /></a> SharePrintlast_img read more