“They couldn’t have been sweeter to me. That makes all the difference in the world to me, and that’s really all I care about: Are we going to have fun? Are we going to respect each other? Are we going to get the job done? Okay, let’s do this.” Of course, the music should be good, too. Between Runaway Train and Somebody to Shove, Shine and The World I Know, Kryptonite and Here Without You, it’ll be a nonstop train of alt rock hits.
David Fisher appeared before Fayetteville federal court Judge Erin Setser and pleaded not guilty, after being indicted and charged last week with aiding Barber in a scheme to collect excess money from fraudulent loans on area properties. Jasper Zornes was a fixture at the park, where he often fished from his chair he would bring with him. 5NEWS reporter Austin Reed interviewed Zornes’ family members (above video), who have fond memories of the man they are sad to see go.
HomeNewsLocal NewsWorld Cup 2018This is why University of Warwick won’t be showing the World Cup anymoreIt has shown previous matches on a big screen but won’t be showing England’s quarter final match on Wednesday18:08, 9 JUL 2018Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThe rest of the country may be getting full World Cup fever but the University of Warwick has called time on the beautiful game.It had been showing the games on a big screen in the Piazza, with a huge amount of fans turning up to watch the action.But now it has said it will no longer be screening any World Cup matches including England’s huge semi final game against Croatia on Wednesday (July 11) for safety reasons.The university posted the message on its Facebook and Twitter pages today (July 9) warning people it would no longer be showing any of the matches because it doesn’t feel it can “continue to safeguard students, staff and visitors”.While predictably some have reacted badly to the decision, others leapt to the uni’s defence, saying “safety was paramount” and that the matches had disrupted postgrad students trying to work on their dissertations.The statement in full It reads: “The overwhelming increase in audience numbers means that we don’t feel we can continue to safeguard students, staff and visitors on the piazza during match screenings and we will not be showing any more of the World Cup on the big screen on campus.”We’ve loved being able to show World Cup matches on the big screen, and we’ve been thrilled and surprised at the number of people that have joined us. We really hope you continue to enjoy the remaining games.”‘Absolute killjoys’ The news didn’t go down well with some fans desperate to see the match on a big screen.Some simply tweeted “boo” while others said on Facebook that the university was being “absolute killjoys”.This is why Coventry’s big screen won’t show England’s World Cup gameChantelle Lewinton wrote: “Absolute killjoys. The one thing in this whole term to look forward to and you can’t trust adults to look after themselves.Elizabeth Chow Tjakrawinata said: “Safety is paramount! Thanks for taking steps to ensure that our campus remains a safe place to live and learn.”Read MoreIt’s coming home!Tiffany Soh wrote: “It has affected postgrad students who are writing their dissertation during this period.