PREMIUMIndonesia brings graft fugitive Djoko Tjandra back from Malaysia

first_imgFacebook Linkedin Forgot Password ? #corruption #Indonesia #Malaysia corruption corruption-case djoko-tjandra fugitive Indonesia Malaysia LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Topics : The National Police have brought Djoko Soegiarto Tjandra, a fugitive and graft convict who had been on the run for 11 years, back to Indonesia after arresting him in Malaysia on Thursday.Guarded by personnel of the police’s Criminal Investigation Unit (Bareskrim), Djoko, who was handcuffed and wearing an orange shirt, arrived at Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport in East Jakarta on Thursday evening. He was immediately taken to Bareskrim’s headquarters, where he is currently being detained.Bareskrim head Comr. Gen. Listyo Sigit Prabowo said the arrest had been made possible through cooperation between Indonesian police and their Malaysian counterparts.“The National Police chief sent a letter to the Malaysian police to help with searching for the fugitive and, Alhamdulillah [thank God], we managed to locate him [on Thursday] afternoon,&rdqu… Google Log in with your social accountlast_img read more

Students Visit Wood-Mizer for Manufacturing Day

first_imgJeff Heidlage (left) gives North Decatur High School students a tour of Wood-Mizer Wednesday.NEW POINT, Ind. – Area high school students celebrated Manufacturing Day 2014 at Wood-Mizer, observing the daily procedures of the company.The wood processing equipment manufacturer hosted students from Batesville High School, Greensburg High School and North and South Decatur on Tuesday.Students had a chance to hear about the history and current operations of the global company, through tours and presentations conducted by Wood-Mizer associates.Manufacturing Day is a nationwide initiative designed to expand knowledge about manufacturing careers and its value to the U.S. economy. It also allows students an opportunity to see firsthand the practices of a manufacturing company.“Kids that are looking for a career in manufacturing, it gives them an opportunity to come out and see what is available, as well as what kind of training they need to get those jobs,” said Jeff Heidlage, director of manufacturing at Wood-Mizer.Wood-Mizer Trade Show Coordinator Chris Hooten demonstrates the abilities of the sawmill.“They can come in and learn, and we are willing to teach them those jobs. But they need basic skills, reading a ruler, basic math, the hardest thing is they have to show up every day,” Heidlage explained.Established in 1979, Wood-Mizer has grown to be known as the world’s largest manufacturer of portable bandsaw mills, with machines in 200 countries and approximately 60,000 units worldwide.  The company produces approximately 2,000 machines annually.The Manufacturing Day event was coordinated through Decatur County EcO15 and Ripley County EcO15.last_img read more


first_imgShane is congratulated by presenter Kathryn ThomasDonegal singer Shane McLaughlin done Donegal proud as he just missed out on being named RTE’s Voice of Ireland.The Downings singer silenced the begrudgers once and for all with an amazing final performance.He was eventually came third place behind Kelly Mongan and winner Keith Hanley. But Shane’s mentor Kian Egan said the Donegal man could hold his head high.“I think we have the beginning of a rock star here. We’ve had a lot of great fun and it’s not over for this man,” he said.Shane thanked his “amazing family” and all his fans and said he had enjoyed every minute of his time on the show.Not even an early stage invasion by presenter Kathryn Thomas could spoil Shane’s big night. The 28 year old, who was slated by some judges earlier in the series, has grown stronger and stronger throughout the series.And tonight he put in two amazing performances of The Stunning’s ‘Brewing Up A Storm’ and The Frames’ ‘Fake’ to win over the judges.Even Shane’s biggest critic, Jamelia, changed her mind on Shane and admitted she fancied him!“It was fantastic and this is what I have been waiting for. And it’s only because I fancy you,” she laughed.Sharon Corr said Shane was officially good from now on. “This beautiful tone has crept into your voice and it’s very sexy,” she added.Bressie said to Shane “You have figured it out and that’s why you are here.”Shane’s loyal mentor Kian who has backed him from the start said he was so proud of Shane.“You’ve had a lot of knocks from people sitting in a similar chair to mine and you didn’t deserve it,” he said. SHANE MISSES OUT ON VOICE OF IRELAND BUT DOES DONEGAL PROUD was last modified: April 29th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:shane mclaughlinVoice of Irelandlast_img read more