UNP MP Dayasiri Jayasekera has not informed the UNP that he is leaving the party to join the government, UNP General Secretary Tissa Attanayake said.Attanayake said the he had met the UNP MP and yet there was no such indication. He noted that on the contrary Jayasekera had dismissed media reports that he was planning on leaving the UNP. However Attanayake had one advice to give anyone thinking of joining the government.“That (the government) is part of a sinking ship. Sp anyone joining the government must be ready to sink,” he said. There were reports that Jayasekera had met President Mahinda Rajapaksa last week and may join the government to contest the upcoming provincial council elections. (Colombo Gazette) “There were some media reports that he was joining the government but he has not said anything to us. I saw some reports where he had said he will never join the government,” Attanayake said.
“These findings clearly demonstrate that stronger and more creative policies will be needed for accelerating the spread of climate-friendly technologies and persuading businesses, local governments and citizens to cut their greenhouse gas emissions,” said Joke Waller Hunter, Executive Secretary of the UN Climate Change Convention.The so-called transition countries of Central and Eastern Europe are also starting to increase their emissions again as their economies recover from their early- and mid-1990s nadir, according to the report, “Compilation and Synthesis of Third National Communications” and based on projections provided by the governments themselves. As a result, the developed world as a whole – highly industrialized plus transition countries – will see its emissions increase by 10 per cent from 2000 to 2010.Developed countries saw their combined emissions actually fall during the 1990s, by 3 per cent, due to a 37 per cent decline in transition country emissions. They thus met the Climate Change Convention’s intermediate aim of keeping the group’s overall emissions at 1990 levels by 2000.But greenhouse gas emissions in the highly industrialized countries rose by 8 per cent during that period. The European Union’s total emissions decreased by 3.5 per cent from 1990 to 2000, with individual member States varying between a decrease of 19 per cent and an increase of 35 per cent. Emissions increased in most other highly industrialized countries, including New Zealand (5 per cent), Japan (11 per cent), United States (14 per cent), Australia (18 per cent) and Canada (20 per cent).The report will be considered at a two-week meeting of the Convention’s 190 member governments that formally opens in Bonn, Germany, tomorrow. Its projections, based on data from 2000-2001, can help governments plan their future climate change strategies. With a very few exceptions, the reporting governments underlined the importance of the 1997 Kyoto Protocol in shaping their domestic climate policy responses. They reiterated that their Kyoto targets are a first step towards long-term and continued emission reductions.
Technology from Brock’s Makerspace is headed to downtown St. Catharines for a community event later this month.The Maker Culture Showcase will take over Mahtay Café on Thursday, May 18 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in order to highlight innovative technology and drum up interest from the public.The event is meant to not only make the community aware of the resources available at the University’s Makerspace, but to also allow like-minded people to connect with one another, said IT Support Technician Tabitha Lewis.The hope, she said, is that the showcase will act as a catalyst for future Maker Culture events.Makerspaces are a place for people “to learn, to experiment, get hands-on experience and to use technology you wouldn’t necessarily have access to at home,” said Jonathan Younker, Head of Brock’s Library Systems and Technology.“For some makerspaces, it’s power tools or industrial equipment. Ours is more of a clean makerspace with more digital elements — 3D scanning, 3D printing and video editing.”Getting involved in 3D printing, modelling and scanning is “easier than ever before,” he said, while encouraging people to attend the free event to learn more.Technology will be provided by the James A. Gibson Library’s Makerspace, Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, Youth University, Faculty of Education, Centre for Digital Humanities and BioLinc.Stations will include virtual reality headsets, paper circuits, 3D printers and musical instruments made from 3D printed parts.There will be a Sphero Ball, a robotic gaming device controlled with a tilt, touch or swing of a smartphone or tablet; Makey Makey, an invention kit that turns everyday objects into touchpads; and littleBits Electronics, a platform of easy-to-use electronic building blocks that empower anyone to create inventions, large and small.In addition to a variety of technology, the event will feature vendors connected to maker culture. BioLinc resident Danny Khanna will promote his 3D filament business, Josie Faccini will share information about Ladies Learning Code, a not-for-profit organization that works as a resource for women as builders of technology, and Fayyaz Rizvi will promote the newly established Brock Prosthetics Club.To RSVP to the free event or for more information, visit the Maker Culture Showcase Eventbrite page.
Absolutely not. NO, NO, NO.Sure, why not?Only if they’re doing “little toilet”, “big toilet” is a noYou’re all sickVoteGot a burning question that has divided your household/work colleagues/friends? Let us know in the comments section or email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.See previous entries in The Burning Question > Poll Results: Only if they’re doing “little toilet”, “big toilet” is a no (6838) WE KNOW HOW you feel.It’s a Bank Holiday Monday, but the back to school fear is drifting in, you have the whole week looming ahead, and you have a lot on your plate.So do like we do here in TheJournal.ie HQ and get stuck into a serious debate on one of life’s most pressing issues.Possibly.This week: This one cause a lot of debate in TheJournal.ie offices. There were recriminations, hurtful words and eye contact averted for days.All because it was suggested that if your other half is on the toilet, it’s ok to be in the bathroom, brushing your teeth or whatever.What do you think? Is it ok to go to the toilet in front of your other half? Sure, why not? (2878) You’re all sick (771) Absolutely not. NO, NO, NO. (5344)
Elite Sliver et Flip: deux nouvelles oreillettes Bluetooth avec NFCPratiques à l’usage au bureau ou en pleine rue, les oreillettes bluetooth perdent un peu de leur utilité pour effectuer d’autres tâches liées aux smartphones.En effet, écrire un SMS quand on est sur une moto, c’est pas facile et en plus, c’est interdit ! Avec la combinaison de ses deux nouvelles oreillettes bluetooth, l’élite Silver et l’Elite Pro, et du logiciel My Motospeak, Motorola a peut être trouvé la solution…La Flip (lien non disponible) (argentée), tout d’abord, s’active en ouvrant sa partie à fixer sur l’oreille et peut fonctionner pendant 6 heures à l’usage. Elle bénéficie de plusieurs technologie propre à sa firme : le Cristal Talk, qui réduit les bruits gênants ambiants et le HD Audio Plus, pour une écoute de meilleure qualité. L’Elite Silver (lien non disponible), (la noire), reprend les caractéristiques de la Flip mais arbore une apparence plus futuriste et dispose d’une autonomie de 15 heures en communication.Les deux dispositifs disposent d’options originales, comme le couplage NFC (où il suffit d’approcher ou d’entrechoquer légèrement l’oreillette avec le téléphone pour qu’ils puissent se connecter), les ordres par commandes vocales pour connaître l’état des batteries ou répondre à un appel. À lire aussiGuerre des brevets : Motorola blanchi une fois pour toutes contre AppleMais le plus important, ces deux oreillettes sont compatibles avec la révolutionnaire application de Motorola :”My Motospeak”. Grâce à elle, les utilisateurs pourront interagir directement avec leurs mobiles pour rédiger des messages textes à hautes voix, les réécouter puis les envoyer. Mais d’autres commandes sont également exécutables comme lancer des applications ou faire lire ses SMS. Utile, non ?Ces deux nouveautés de Motorola seront disponibles à partir du 24 octobre prochain. Débarquant d’abord aux États-Unis aux prix respectifs de 129.99 dollars et 99 dollars, on peut s’attendre à cet ordre de prix dans l’hexagone, mais en euros cette fois ci.Le 22 octobre 2011 à 18:59 • Maxime Lambert
By Kebba JeffangIn responding to the calls made by some young people which was published in Tuesday’s Foroyaa publication for the opposition to form an alliance to remove the ruling APRC in the December 1 presidential poll, Mr. Halifa Sallah, the Presidential candidate of the opposition People’s Democratic Organisation Independence and Socialism (PDOIS), said the solution is for each of the opposition parties to identify its presidential candidate and then for them to jointly conduct a nationwide primary for people to select the best person who should be the coalition flag bearer.Sallah said this in an exclusive interview with this reporter at the PDOIS office in Churchill Town on Tuesday, August 09, 2016.He recalled that the principle of absolute majority was established in the Constitution of the second republic but this had been amended by the National Assembly. He said the removal of this provision in the Constitution means that the incumbent can win the election by a simple majority, which means there will be no need for a second round even if he fails to collect 50% of the total votes cast. He said this would have allowed the opposition parties to stand individually and form a coalition in the second round where the leader will disregard party affiliation for a national responsibility.“However, where this is no longer the case, this is why we have emphasised as a party, as a matter of tactic, that we should implement the principle even though it has been removed from the Constitution. And that principle is to have a second round of voting. We are saying since the opposition would be the force that will be likely divided because we cannot have two ruling parties at the same time, let them (the opposition parties) be prepared to nominate their candidates, campaign, get 5000 people to nominate them, we put those people in an electoral list and then put the photographs of the candidates on it and then give envelopes to the people who are part of the electoral list, give them the pictures of the candidates for them to tear the picture of the candidate of their choice which they will put in the envelopes given to them. The candidates will have their agents by district who will travel together and get the nomination of those people which is counted nationally and whoever is selected becomes the Presidential candidate as this person would have been under normal circumstances, if we had had the second round, the candidate who other people can galvanise around emerge as the flag bearer. This is our proposal and we have sent it to all the political parties 2 months back in order to get their response. We are not saying that they should accept it but that they can even bring counter proposals. We haven’t got any response from the other opposition parties yet and have also not received any proposal from them yet,” said Sallah.The PDOIS Presidential Candidate said they had scaled down their open political activities because of the incidents involving Lawyer Ousainou Darboe, the party leader of the UDP, and his party militants. He said he is still convinced that the members of the UDP should be released. He said, however, that since the UDP has now taken a stance that they will continue with their political activities, PDOIS will again send the proposal to all the parties for their reactions. He expressed confidence that a coalition can make a change in the 2016 presidential election if the primaries could take place in September followed by an effective series of campaign activities in the months of October and November.Sallah said the reason why the PDOIS made this proposal is that they are not sure who the people want and that with this primary it becomes a campaign in the making because you are exposing the candidate. He said “in the process of involving all the opposition parties, you are building a way for change.”He expressed optimism that this is a solid tactic because it involves every Gambian, adding that even independent candidates who wish to take part in the process can be involved as this is not restricted to only political parties.“We have emphasized that even if our colleagues, for example agreed to select PDOIS to lead, it must stand as an independent party, we are ready to do that. We have also emphasized that even if we are selected as the Presidential candidate and win an election in a cabinet of 21, we will appoint only seven ministers and the rest have to be done by the parties. And in terms of our own pledges, we assured that we will not remove any of those ministers selected by the others if they have done anything wrong. The only thing that will be done by the President is to be announcing the appointments. This is just to say that the government is a coalition and not a PDOIS government. This is also to say that if I were to be elected as President, those ministers will not be removed by me, again unless you have a vote of censure under section 75 of the Constitution which gives the power to the National Assembly members to remove ministers for incompetence or in violation of the Constitution. So we do not want to dominate the transitional government but to see that anybody elected must be a transitional figure and that was why I said if elected, I will just spend one term. This is what we are offering and others may offer even better conditions. So, therefore, there is a room for debate,” said SallahThe PDOIS flag bearer said the Gambia is a country that had never witness changed through the ballot box and since 1994 his party has been working for unity. He said the first objective of PDOIS is to register tremendous change since then.He recalled that the current government had banned all the political parties in the country until 1996 when they were told to register again which was not an automatic coming back. He said their dilemma was they refused to be banned in 1994 and he and Sidia Jatta were arrested and taken to court for violating the Political Activities (Suspension) Decree. He said they had since tried to ensure that the system is returned to democratic rule. He said in 2001, PDOIS recommended to the existing parties then that they should come up with an independent candidate with a transition of 2 years and they could start fresh campaign for democratic change but was also ignored.He said before the 2006 presidential election, “I was made a Coordinator of the National Alliance for Democracy and Development (NADD) and we proposed that let us have one term President under an umbrella party that no single party will be able to claim. And that person will run a coalition government and after that we will not support anybody in the next coming election so that we can have a genuine multi-party system because we never had that since Gambia became independent. So we proposed that and it was accepted initially and we went very far and that also collapsed. In 2011, that was the same agenda we were driving at, for us to forget about the individual party as we need a coalition. In 2016, we are still offering the same thing and I am convinced that through that agenda you can bring everybody onboard. But if you just concentrate on a particular party and a party agenda, you cannot bring everybody on board.”The former minority leader of the National Assembly admits that it would not be easy to effect change individually, considering the record of the past elections. He said out of their evaluation of 2011 election, they realized that the incumbent came out with 72% of the total votes cast. He said the UDP led coalition got 17% of the vote while the independence scored just 11%. He said the total percentage against the incumbent is 28% which is a big margin.“So we are convinced that the candidate that we need must be one who will earn the respect of the vast majority of the 72% that had voted for the incumbent, the vast majority who have voted for UDP led coalition and the independent coalition. That’s the person we are looking for and we are not 100% convinced who that person is (and we are not saying we are the person) and then we believe that if we adopt the primary tactic we will be able to discover that person very quickly by allowing everybody to participate including the independent candidates.Sallah stressed that what they must bear in mind and what many people failed to realise is that even Jammeh himself is waiting for a candidate that the opposition is going to bring before him. “And you, I and everybody should bear in mind that, that candidate must be someone that Jammeh respects. It must be a personality that Jammeh himself will know that the opposition has actually selected a candidate and who, no matter what, he has to and will respect. It must also be a candidate that the international community will say “Yes, Gambia has an alternative”, because they must ask who the alternative is. Everybody is looking for an alternative. So, to us, the best way is by conducting primary”.When asked about the term to be served as coalition government if they happen to win the election, Sallah said if it is the PDOIS candidate who is selected the person will serve for only five years. He said he has already pledged that if he is elected, he will serve only one term of five years. He said he also pledged that he will put the term limit of four years in the Constitution of the Republic, citing the United States and Nigeria as examples despite their size.“We have no hindrance anywhere and we are ready to consider what they have. Let them produce what they have so that we put it before the people because the people are going to be the voters. This will allow people to make comparisons of the agendas and know what they should support. We are willing to listen and are open because we just want suggestions. We should not be closed minded,” Sallah concluded.
Share This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune at https://www.texastribune.org/2017/07/07/federal-judge-dismisses-ut-professors-attempt-overturn-campus-carry/.The Texas Tribune is a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them — about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues. Bob DaemmrichStephanie Odam of Austin marches in a campus carry protest in Austin, Jan 8, 2015.A federal judge has dismissed a longshot lawsuit filed by three University of Texas at Austin professors seeking to overturn the state’s 2015 campus carry law, which allows people to carry concealed handguns inside most public university buildings. District Judge Lee Yeakel wrote in his decision that the professors — Jennifer Lynn Glass, Lisa Moore and Mia Carter — couldn’t present any “concrete evidence to substantiate their fears” that campus carry would have a chilling effect on free speech. The professors claimed, among other arguments, that the law violated their First Amendment rights, since the possibility of a gun being in their classrooms might make them hesitant to discuss controversial issues. In dismissing the suit, Yeakel said the professors didn’t have standing to sue. But Renea Hicks, the attorney representing the three UT professors, said the specifics of the ruling leave the case’s future uncertain. While Yeakel threw out the case entirely, he only only addressed one of the legal arguments, the question of a First Amendment violation. “We had other claims in the lawsuit beyond that — a Second Amendment claim, an equal protection claim. The order accompanying his dismissal doesn’t seem to address those issues,” Hicks said in an interview Friday. “So there’s a bit of confusion on our part.” Hicks, who had not yet conferred with his clients when reached Friday, said he is not sure what course of action he and the plaintiffs will take. They have 28 days from July 6 to ask Yeakel for clarification, and 30 days to file an appeal to the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. The ruling was issued late Thursday, exactly one year after the original lawsuit was filed. On Friday, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, whose office defended the state in the case, praised the decision. “The court’s ruling today is the correct outcome,” Paxton said. “The fact that a small group of professors dislike a law and speculate about a ‘chilling effect’ is hardly a valid basis to set the law aside.” Campus carry became law in 2015, but didn’t go into effect until Aug. 1, 2016. It stirred up widespread opposition among faculty and many students — especially on the UT-Austin campus. But so far, there have been no major incidents and protests on campus have all but disappeared. Emma Platoff contributed to this report. Disclosure: The University of Texas at Austin has been a financial supporter of The Texas Tribune. A complete list of Tribune donors and sponsors can be viewed here.
Justin Timberlake has been famous for about a hundred years, and is annoyingly good at a bunch of different stuff. He can sing, dance, is pretty funny on SNL, and is married to Jessica Biel. He’s also got some decent hoop game for a former boy bander.A video posted online, shows Timberlake draining two half-court shots while messing around before a Lakers game. He probably ran into the waiting arms of Jessica Biel.Nice to see the kid finally catch a break. Your life sucks.
Tags: Agent Incentives, Sandals Resorts Posted by Share Tuesday, April 10, 2018 Travelweek Group Earn your own Sandals vacation with new ‘Points to Paradise’ program TORONTO — Travel agents can earn more per booking with Unique Vacations’ “industry-shifting” commission program, Points to Paradise.Unique Vacations, an affiliate of the worldwide representatives of Sandals Resorts and Beaches Resorts, launched the program to reward and thank agents for “all of their hard work and loyalty to the Sandals brands”, said Gary Sadler, Senior Vice President of Sales, Unique Vacations Inc. “Travel agents have been the driving force behind Sandals Resorts’ success over the past 37 years, tirelessly helping to grow the business every day.”Effective immediately, the program replaces Sandals’ previous agent reward program, ‘Sell ‘n Go!’ and features a more streamlined process for earning points. With every net room dollar booked, agents earn a corresponding one point towards their own Sandals vacation.All commissionable rooms are eligible for Points to Paradise, no matter the number of guests booked – couple, family or social group.To redeem points, agents simply fill out a short form on Sandals’ Travel Agent Portal (taportal.sandals.com) with a reimagined dashboard showing points progress and other redemption metrics. In addition, as part of the revamped program, all points earned by the agent are completely theirs to use, meaning points can now follow an agent should they change agencies.More news: Air Canada’s global sales update includes Managing Director, Canada & USA SalesAll Sandals and Beaches Resorts are eligible for redemption, with each one grouped into four different points thresholds ranging from 5,000 to 12,500. Top-level resorts include the newly opened Sandals Royal Barbados and Beaches Turks & Caicos, among others.For more information call Inside Sales at 1-800-545-8283. << Previous PostNext Post >>
Sidharth Malhotra, the Indian Tourism Brand Ambassador of New Zealand, has concluded his 10-day journey to the country, with the Bollywood actor recalling his memories from a trip filled with adventure, food and culture. This was the actor’s second trip to New Zealand wherein he covered, both North and South Islands while exploring places such as Christchurch, Rotorua, Waitomo and Auckland. His tour began with a surprise meet with John Key, The Prime Minister of New Zealand, at the Auckland airport.Later, he was welcomed in Christchurch by former Black Caps cricketers, Stephen Fleming and Brendon McCullum along with his fans in New Zealand who danced to the tune of ‘Kala Chashma’ for him. Both the cricketers hosted Sidharth for a Bularangi Harley Davidson ride and a friendly cricket match at the Hagley Oval. Additionally, Sidharth, who is an avid follower of rugby, had the opportunity to meet his rugby inspiration former All Blacks Captain, Richie McCaw.After spending time with the sports legends, Sidharth moved to the next phase of the trip where he took part in fun and adventurous activities such as luging at the Skyline Rotorua, zip lining through the native forest, jetboating on the Auckland harbour and the iconic Auckland bridge climb.The actor was also able to soak in the true Maori culture while visiting TePuia, where he donned the Maori cloak and posed as a Maori warrior at Mitai Maori Village.Sidharth, who kept his fans back home updated with his social media posts, stated, “New Zealand never fails to surprise and impress. The country is gifted with abundant nature’s beauty, rich Maori culture and wonderful people. This was my second trip there and I had the time of my life during this 10-day expedition. It’s my second home now.”
November 30, 2012 493 Views in Data, Origination, Secondary Market Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Genworth Mortgage Insurance Corp. Investors Lenders & Servicers Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corp. Mortgage Insurance Mortgage Insurance Companies of America Radian Guaranty Inc. Service Providers 2012-11-30 Tory Barringer After experiencing a one-month lull, mortgage insurance activity picked up in October.[IMAGE]According to data from “”Mortgage Insurance Companies of America””:http://www.privatemi.com/index.cfm (MICA), member companies wrote 42,833 insurance policies in October. In dollar volume, members reported $11.5 billion in insurance written throughout the month.October’s volume was a significant step up from September, which saw 37,554 policies totaling $10.1 billion. A year ago, member companies reported 26,293 policies written for $5.1 billion.As of the end of the month, primary insurance in force totaled more than $400 billion, marking the first time in 2012 that insurance in force made it above that line.October also saw a rise in the number of mortgage insurance applications–MICA reports 46,045 applications received throughout the month. Member companies reported 40,353 applications in September and 29,508 in October 2011.Defaults fell as cures picked back up, with their numbers reaching 24,729 and 20,068, respectively. The cure/default ratio hit 81.1 percent, up from September’s 75.7 percent.Companies represented in October’s report include “”Genworth Mortgage Insurance Corporation””:http://www.genworth.com/content/home.html, “”Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation””:http://www.mgic.com/, and “”Radian Guaranty Inc.””:http://www.radian.biz/page?name=HomePage Data prior to January 2012 also included reports from “”Republic Mortgage Insurance Co.””:http://www.rmic.com/Pages/default.aspx Mortgage Insurance Shows Renewed Strength in October Share
JuraWild, whale-shaped Jura is most easily accessed from Islay so you have to travel a bit to get here, but it’s a romantic’s paradise of deserted moorlands and red deer, roaming beneath the backdrop of the ‘Three Paps’ mountains of the western portion. There are few settlements here save for Craighouse to the east, Jura’s capital, where you’ll most of the island’s self-catering accommodation in characterful old farmhouses and cottages overlooking the sea. Perfect for a wilderness walking holiday, if that’s your bag.How do I get to Jura?The Port Askaig – Feolin ferry from the northeast of Islay takes all of five minutes to reach Jura, so you easily make it a day trip if pushed for time. Outer HebridesLewis & HarrisThough one and the same land mass, Lewis (to the north) and Harris (to the south) are very distinct island communities. As the ‘gateway to the Western Isles’, Stornoway is a lively harbourside town home to good black pudding, the imposing, nineteenth century Lews Castle and a proper attitude to Sundays – don’t expect to be able to travel or purchase anything aside from a pint on the seventh day here! Settle yourself at the Royal Hotel with its nautical features and The Boatshed restaurant, to be sure of a comfy place in which to do absolutely nothing.Down in slightly smaller Harris, it’s all about nature: lofty peaks, remote fortresses and broad lochs – as well as winding roads that take you past all three. Drive from Lewis to Harris via Loch Seaforth and take the small Maraig road to the left, and follow until the B887 junction to the right. This track is rightly considered one of the best Scottish island road trips, with views of northerly mountains of Bunabhainneadar, a detour past the gates of Amhuinnsuidhe Castle and the incredible beach at crofting settlement, Huisinis.How do I get to Lewis and Harris?You can fly into Lewis via Stornoway airport from Inverness, Edinburgh and Glasgow. From here, Harris is best accessed by road. Mull is a great base for day trips to some of the smaller Hebridean islands…IonaOwned by the National Trust for Scotland, tiny Iona has been a centre for pilgrimage in Scotland for well over a thousand years, ever since St Columba founded Iona Abbey in 563AD (around 15 minutes walk from the ferry pier). Today, there are myriad ruins which evoke the island’s spiritual past – take the 5-mile hike from Iona village to St Columba’s Bay to visit the magical ‘Hill of the Angels’, its roots in both fairy-lore and Christianity, and walk through the ancient stones along the cliff tops.StaffaAn extension of the same fascinating basalt columns that form Northern Ireland’s Giant’s Causeway, the rocky shoreline of uninhabited island, Staffa, makes for an epic trip from Mull. The main attraction is Fingal’s Cave, a yawning cavern the size of a cathedral. Look out for seals and puffins amongst the surroundings of this otherworldly spot. How do I get to Mull, Iona and Staffa?Jump on a ferry from Oban and you can be on Mull within 45 minutes. Iona is only a 10-minute ride on the Fionnphort – Iona ferry, and crossings are as frequent as every 20 minutes during the summer. Tours are available from Oban to all three islands as well so if you’re in a hurry, check out companies like Staffa Tours for one, two and three-day options. Related12 of the best beaches in ScotlandScotland has some pretty spectacular shores. This is where you’ll find more than 800 islands and some of the most beautiful beaches in the UK, and the great news is that you’ll often have the place to yourself – bar the odd seal, seabird or even dolphin. Here are 12…Where to see the Northern Lights in the UK in 2016-17If seeing the Northern Lights is at the top of your bucket list, you might be surprised to learn that with a little luck, it’s possible to see them here in the UK. Find out where and when to see the mighty Aurora Borealis without leaving home, plus get tips…Walking holidays: 10 of the best walking and hiking routes in the UKWant to climb a mountain? Fancy staring down a steep granite ridge or skirting a gritstone cliff? Or perhaps you’d prefer a coastal walk atop brilliant white cliffs or above the crashing surf on a series of tunnels and bridges? The UK has it all – and plenty more besides.… ArranRelatively near to Glasgow, Arran is brimming with Scottish character, from its local specialities whisky, ice cream and oatcakes, to the Victorian splendour of Brodick Castle, Garden and Country Park. It’s also well-kitted out for visitors if you’re not keen on the Robinson Crusoe experience – you’ll find all manner of activities like cycling, climbing, golfing, as well as watersports like windsurfing and kayaking here. There are well-marked walking routes for all levels, such as the easy Glen Coy and Fairy Glen path, or the looming peak of Goatfell (6.5 miles) if you’re up for more of a challenge: both of these are accessible from the Brodick estate to the east of the island, so it’s worth basing yourself in Brodick town for a day or two. Try the Auchrannie Resort and Spa for a bit of island pampering, surrounded by a surprising clutch of palm trees, due to the island’s mild Gulf Stream climate.How do I get to Arran?You can drive all the way from Glasgow using the Ardossan – Brodick ferry (55 minutes, book in advance if bringing a car) or get to Ardrossan Harbour from Glasgow Central in just under 40 minutes by train. Once arrived, Arran is a good option if you’re coming to the Scottish islands without a car, as Arran Coaches do private hire minibus tours from £10 for four hours. Image: BBH150, CC BY 2.0.IslayKnown as ‘Queen of the Hebrides’ and the most southerly of the Scottish islands, Islay certainly has a sense of majesty, whether you’re hiking along the cliffs of the Oa peninsula, looking out over the Atlantic, or gazing at an echo of Scotland’s Celtic past, Kildalton High Cross. Of course, you can’t come to Islay without sampling some of the finest Scottish island distilleries out there – after all, there are eight to choose from! Visit the island’s oldest whisky producer, Bowmore Distillery, spectacularly seated on the shores of Loch Indaal, for a sampler of what makes Islay whisky so sought after. The capital of Bowmore itself makes a good base with plenty of the local inns and hotels making good use of local produce in their kitchens. Try the Bowmore Hotel for delicious Islay beef, scallops and salmon dishes as well as a few slightly more unexpected menu options, like crocodile steaks!How do I get to Islay?Get the Citylink bus from Glasgow to Kennacraig, then jump on the Calmac ferry to Islay (booking recommended). You could also rent a car from Glasgow airport and make the road journey to the ferry terminal via the Erskine Bridge – there are actually any number of wonderfully scenic routes that take you past Argyllshire’s finest countryside and attractions like Inveraray Castle, depending on how much time you have. Image: Donna C Green, CC BY 2.0. OrkneyActually several islands, Orkney is an archaeological marvel of ancient Neolithic, Viking and Medieval sites. Its most famous attraction is probably the Ring of Brodgar on West Mainland, a mystical ring of stones that easily rival Stonehenge in atmosphere and historical significance, but don’t miss the other portion of this island World Heritage site – Skara Brae. The best chance you’ll have to see life preserved almost as it was in prehistoric times, this ancient village site is a whopping 5000 years old. Raise a toast to the legacy at one of the UK’s most northerly breweries – the Orkney Brewery and Visitor Centre, just a mile away from Skara Brae, which incidentally also does a mean ‘Dark Island Hotpot’, a stew made with the locally-produced Dark Island bitter.How do I get to Orkney?You can fly to Kirkwall on Orkney’s Mainland within an hour from Edinburgh, and it takes just 3 to 4 hours to make the connecting flight from London. Want to read more articles like this? Sign up to our free newsletter The UistsCross the Sound of Harris to Berneray, and you’ll find yourself in the string of southerly islands linked by causeway, often known simply as the Uists. Comprised of North Uist, South Uist and Benbecula sandwiched in between, these are true Gaelic outposts, with much fewer visitors and the genuine possibility of losing yourself in the landscape – be prepared for boggy conditions underfoot if you’re hiking here! By contrast, there are some beautiful beaches to be found along the western coastline, or rather, one long beach right the way down the side of South Uist, ending in the sands of Traigh na Croise, where you can gaze out over the Sound of Barra in silent contemplation, alongside the Polachar Standing Stone.How do I get to the Uists?Take the Calmac ferry from Uig on the west coast of Skye, or fly into Benbecula Airport from Stornoway, Glasgow or Inverness. Image: Alasdair Mckenzie, CC BY 2.0.BarraPart of the same island chain as the Uists, Barra deserves a mention for the airport alone – you can land right on the beach if you fly here! Aside from the novelty, Barra has beauty by the bucket-load: stay in the pretty stone settlement of Castlebay for views across to Kisimul Castle – for which you’ll need to commandeer a boat to reach. Squeeze in a trip across the causeway to Vatersay, famous for its thriving lobster and crab industry and some out-of-this-world beaches. Though it’s the only option, the uninspiringly named Vatersay Community Hall Cafe actually does very good tea and cakes, as well as homemade soup to sip before making the crossing back to Barra.How do I get to Barra?For the landing of a lifetime, fly to beachside Barra Airport. An alternative is to take a ferry from nearby South Uist at Lochboisdale (just over 2 hours) or all the way from Oban on the mainland (just under 5 hours). ShetlandThis collection of 100 islands mark the northern limit of the UK, almost halfway between Britain and Norway and naturally have an identity that’s completely their own. Aside from the diminutive ponies, Shetland is a wildlife paradise whatever time of year you come, from the winter migrations of purple sandpipers and black guillemots from Scandinavia, to the grey seal colonies which once would have inspired the Scottish selkie myths – gazing over the heather-clad headlands through the mist, it’s not so hard to imagine half-human sea creatures emerging off the coast. Shetland Wildlife runs a good selection of tours from day trips to two-week nature holidays all year round, or come in June to experience the long, near-24-hour days of the ‘Simmer Dim’, or summer twilight. How do I get to Shetland?You’ll fly into Sumburgh at the very southern tip of the Shetland Mainland. In the summer you can also fly on to Fair Isle (home of the famous islands knitwear!), directly south from Sumburgh, but otherwise you will need to head north to capital Lerwick to fly from Tingwall airport, on the 8-seater Islander plane. Want more tips for holidays in the UK? St KildaA land that time truly forgot, the St Kilda archipelago has been uninhabited since 1930, when the last islanders who’d made their living and their home here were evacuated to the mainland. Originally a self-sufficient farming community, you can still roam the abandoned dwellings and eerie, ruined village streets like an outdoor museum during the summer months.How do I get to St Kilda?Contact local boat operators directly to reach St Kilda from the Western Isles – and pray for good sea conditions! Inner Hebrides SkyeThe poster child for the whole Scottish archipelago, there’s a reason – well, several – why the Isle of Skye is one of the most visited islands in Scotland. The mountainous peaks of the Cuillin and the famous ‘Old Man of Storr’ rise over a wild, heather-strewn landscape, while birds like the red-throated diver and Atlantic puffin keep the nature-lovers coming every year. Harry Potter fans will find the train journey up the West Coast easily as exciting as the arrival, with the West Highland Railway passing over Glenfinnan viaduct, traversed by the ‘Hogwarts Express’ in the films. Even the jumping-off point on the mainland, Kyle of Lochalsh, has its own spectacular claim to fame: Eilean Donan castle. Stretching picturesquely out onto Loch Duich, this beautiful monument is one of the most photographed historic sights in the world.How do I get to Skye?The Skye bridge makes it easy to simply drive onto the island – it’s just under 6 hours by road from Glasgow and around 2.5 from Inverness, but the views more than make up for the time. If you’re travelling by public transport, the Citylink buses operate a route up to Skye via Fort William. You can still cross by ferry from Mallaig, so this is a good option if you’re catching the train from Glasgow. MullThe most accessible of the Scottish islands off the west coast, Mull’s thunderous crags contrast its cute seaside towns, and the bright unspoiled shores of the Ross of Mull, and the island is also a big wildlife haven, with whale-watching tours and eagle-spotting some of the most popular activities on the isle. The main hub is Tobermory, a pretty port with a colourful harbour and its own distillery, as well as occasional visits from the local school of Bottle-Nosed Dolphins on calmer days. Mull’s Calgary Bay featured in our top ten Scottish beaches – discover more perfect spots for a stroll and a dip here. Island-hopping itinerariesThe islands of Scotland are neatly arranged in groups that makes it easier than you may think to see several in one trip. Islay, Jura, Mull, Iona and Staffa are a fairly straightforward ‘collection’ to explore within a couple of weeks, also being handily located near Glasgow if you need to hire a car or catch a bus to the ferry port. As there’s an airport at either end, many people opt for an Outer Hebrides Lewis to Barra itinerary, starting in Stornoway and taking in Harris, North Uist, Benbecula and South Uist before flying back from Barra Airport.Skye is best explored as part of a self-drive Highlands and Islands tour, as its close proximity to the mainland and easy access via the Skye Bridge makes it the perfect Scottish islands road trip. Smaller isles like Rum, Raasay and Eigg off the coast of Skye mean there’s plenty of scope for further exploration.Check out companies like Absolute Escapes for ready-made island-hopping holidays in Scotland. Consider a seafaring voyage to save time hopping between farflung isles like Orkney and Shetland, with UK cruise operators like National Trust for Scotland.Make the most of beautiful Britain this summer, with more ideas on holidays and day trips in the UK:The UK’s top beachesFrom pebble beaches and soaring white cliffs, to swathes of golden sands that look like something straight from the Med, here are 10 of the UK’s best beaches for you to bum around on.10 free day trips around the UKWhether you’re wondering what to do on a bank holiday, or simply looking for a wallet-friendly day out, this essential guide is a reminder that the best things in life really are free.Irish road trip: best driving routes around IrelandWhether you’re looking for big city lights or a bit of peace and quiet in the countryside, Ireland has it all. 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