LATIOS and Latias are have journeyed all the way from Hoenn to grace our screens with their majestic presence. The dragon-type duo will be available to capture on Pokemon Go until June 5 but not quite at the same time... Here's all you need to know. When are Latios and Latias available to capture? Latias and Latios joined the fray on April 2, 2018, and will be available until June 5. However, that's only half the story. These legendary beasts will not be available at the same time and instead are operating under a regional rotation. In Europe and Asia/Pacific, Latios will be available until May 8, whilst in the Americas and Africa, Latios will be available. Then, on May 8, the Pokemon will rotate and be capturable until June 5, by which point they will fly away. How do you catch Latios and Latias and what are the best Pokemon to battle with? As they are Dragon and Psychic-types, you will want a team that can either tackle one of their weaknesses - or for an even stronger effect, a move … [Read more...] about How to catch Latios and Latias in Pokemon Go raids and are they in Europe or America?
The March 24 ceremony celebrated the Washington-based Inter-American Development Bank's (IDB) choice to hold its next annual meeting in Chengdu, China, a decision criticised by the United States, whose regional influence has been increasingly challenged by the Asian economic superpower. Just over a week later, China imposed tariffs on a range of US products from frozen pork to wine in response to US President Donald's Trump's decision to place tariffs on steel and aluminium from countries including China. The trade fight, which escalated further on Wednesday with China targeting key American imports including soybeans, planes and cars in retaliation for proposed US tariffs on $50bn (€40bn) in Chinese goods, has left Latin America in the middle, analysing risks and opportunities. "The US is forcing countries in the region to choose between the US and China," said Margaret Myers, director of the Latin America and the World programme at the Inter-American Dialogue. "It's putting … [Read more...] about US-China battle presents an opportunity for Latin America’s middle men
Soap and effervescent bath bomb maker Lush has warned that profits will almost halve this year despite record sales as trouble mounts in America. The cosmetics firm said it was expecting profits to fall 40% in 2018 mostly due to a significant slowdown in sales across the pond as well as losses in Germany. It made pre-tax profits of £73.4 million on sales of £743 million for the year to June 30, thanks to opening larger shops, up from £43 million and £563 million respectively the year before. Same-store sales at home were up by 12.2%, accounts showed. Lush was founded in Poole, Dorset in 1995 by dermatologist Mark Constantine and Liz Weir, a beauty therapist. It sells handmade products in almost 50 countries from 932 shops – including franchises and joint ventures. It plans to focus on so-called spa shops as well as online growth. It paid £3 million in dividends for the financial year. … [Read more...] about Lush warns profits will bomb as retailer struggles to break America
Published time: 6 Apr, 2018 17:35 Edited time: 6 Apr, 2018 17:42 Twitter has reportedly suffered an outage, with users in Western Europe, North America and parts of South America affected. Down Detector, which provides updates on website malfunctions, reported issues for the social media platform just before 17:30 GMT. It appears that some people have been unable to use Twitter, or at the very least see new posts on the platform. A number of users, clearly capable of logging on, took to Twitter to announce the bizarre state of their timeline. … [Read more...] about Twitter reportedly down in parts of North and South America, Europe
PUBLISHED: 10:06 09 April 2018 | UPDATED: 10:06 09 April 2018 Young Harper. Her family are trying to get her to America for life-changing treatment. Picture: Submitted by Vicki Cockerill. Archant In her latest column on parenting issues VICKI COCKERILL, from Dereham, writes about a family’s desperate bid to get their daughter to America for life-changing treatment... Vicki Cockerill, parenting columnist. Photo: Vicki Cockerill When Elijah received his CHD diagnosis we were still in shock when we were dealt with another blow. He had suffered a Neo Natal stroke aka bleed on the brain. Only time would tell if Elijah would be able to walk and talk ‘normally’ or if at all. Not only was I told that my child needed a heart operation to save his life, but that he could have learning disabilities or difficulties. Deep down in my gut I didn’t know if I could do it. Elijah’s surgery was a common and well-practiced procedure that had been carried out since the … [Read more...] about Can you help young Harper get to America for life-changing treatment?