Thuis is a Belgian television soap opera, which airs on één, in the hands of VRT, the national broadcasting channel of the Dutch-speaking region of Belgium, Flanders. Thuis first aired on 23 December 1995, featuring Pol Goossen, Janine Bischops, Merel De Vilder Robier, Sally-Jane Van Horebeeck, Annick Segal, Monika Van Lierde, Rik Andries and the late Donald Madder. Thuis grew to become Flanders' number one soap, gaining 900,000 viewers, therefore beating competing for channel vtm's soap operas Familie and former series Wittekerke. Thuis is in its 22nd season, has aired 4,422 episodes as of 09 May 2018. Following a long period of doubt, Robert Swerts is discovered to be the serial killer and rapist and is arrested. Renzo Fierens is arrested for drug dealing. Dr. Geert Smeekens replaces Michael Bastiaens in the doctor's office alongside Ann De Decker. Jenny Verbeeck - Van Goethem returns from the south of France, while Eva Verbist and Nandje Reimers leaves due to Nandje's leukemia. Eva begins a relationship with Maarten who turns out to be just as jealous and obsessed as Jan, his brother and her late husband.
He kills his mother, for poisoning Eva to prevent her leaving the country and for and killing his father who learned of this. Maarten takes over the health business of Werner, his rival for Eva's affection. Femke warns Werner. However, Maarten restrains Eva in their home and sets it on fire so that he, her son, can be together in death; this season saw Ludo De Backer, Dorien's parents. On this season, civil law notary Peter Vlerick, played by Geert Hunaerts, will be introduced as a Bastiaens family friend. Meanwhile, Lien Van de Kelder ended her three-episode guest appearance. However, she was slated to return as Sofie Bastiaens on 21 November 2007. At the end of last season, Kristin Arras her character Mathilde Reimers was murdered and written out. She's the only character to disappear from the main cast from season 12; the characters introduced last season and part of the main cast, but not yet of the opening titles were all added to the opening titles. These were Sandrine Verbeelen, Dorien De Backer and Youssef Bakali.
Daisy a supporting character in season 12 was added to the main cast and the opening titles. It wasn't quite certain. Julia was added to the opening titles, had her first individual shot in the intro in episode 2 of season 13. Julia only was considered a guest character, she still has to appear this season. It was announced in early 2007 that Marie Van Goethem played by Patsy Vandermeeren, Werner Van Sevenant played by Peter Van Asbrouck, Eva Verbist played by Nathalie Wijnants and Leontien Vercammen played by Marijke Hofkens will leave onscreen in 2007. Eric and Martine's daughter Sofie is missing, her body is found and a police investigation begins. Nancy tries to reveal that Femke's new lover, Mike, is Femke's father. Mike tries to kill Nancy, Femke suspects Mike is Sofie's killer. Mike stalks Femke and is fatally stabbed by Erik, absolved of murder. Femke accepts an inheritance left by Mike and falls in love with Peter. Leo makes a bad investment, defrauded by Mike, Femke helps return the money.
Dorien falls in love with classmate Jonas. Sam and Dorien move to Lanzarote to pursue her dream. Waldek falls for Kris. Peggy agrees for Ann to adopt the child. Jenny's daughter, Bianca, is to marry Tom De Decker. Tom arrives to donate a kidney to his ill mother and Peggy reveals that Tom is the father of her child, Sandrine. Not wishing to cause a break between Tom and Bianca, Peggy leaves. However, Bianca cancels the marriage plans and starts a relationship with Mo. Waldek quits his job and Luc tells Rosa about the affair, so that she decides to divorce. Cois and Julia depart for their honeymoon. Katrien and Paulien decide to throw a party but their father forbids it. There is a custody dispute as Peggy want to keep their baby; the court decides. Eddy is unsuccessful, she asks Waldek to try and they fall in love. When Joery learns, he asks Eddy to kill Waldek in a car accident, but Eddy ends up hitting Mo and Bianca. Herman, an ex-lover of Simonne, arrives with his son, rebellious until Herman becomes sick.
Simonne falls in love with Herman. She promises Herman to take care of Bram until he is an adult, but Frank is not pleased when Bram moves in. Before his death, Herman tells Frank where his son Bram can find €50,000 of black-market money, but Frank keeps the money for himself. Franky and Simonne convince Frank to give Bram the money in stock, but a dispute causes Frank to change his mind and Bram stabs him. Franky spends several weeks in youth prison, it is revealed that Franky did this because he wants to be in a relationship with Bram, Franky is disowned by his father for being gay. Rosa distances herself from her ex-husband, Waldek, by pursuing Luc, they become engaged. However, she feels pity for Waldek. In the end
M/V Aranui 5 is a dual passenger/cargo vessel that entered service 12 December 2015 between Tahiti and the Marquesas Islands. With a homeport of Papeete, French Polynesia, the Aranui 5 replaced the Aranui 3 which entered service in 2003; the Aranui 5, like its predecessor, is registered as a passenger ship under the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, for international operation. Apart from supplying cargo to the six ports in the Marquesas Islands, Aranui 5 operates a passenger service and tourist cruise as part of its 14-day itinerary, it stops at the islands of Rangiroa and Fakarava in the Tuamotu Islands before returning on its 13th day to Bora Bora in the Society Islands. Aranui The Official Site
Julia Francesca Barretto Baldivia, better known as Julia Barretto, is a Filipino actress. She is a talent of Star Magic, she was born on March 10, 1997 in Marikina to actors Dennis Marjorie Barretto. She has two siblings and Leon, an older maternal half-sister, Dani and a younger maternal half-sister, Erich, she finished grade school at Miriam College in Loyola Heights Katipunan Avenue Quezon City in March 2011 and graduated from high school at St. Paul College in Pasig in March 2015, she rose to prominence after being cast in ABS-CBN's Kokey, where she played the lead role of Anna Calugdan. She has starred as the protagonist of the 2014 melodrama fantasy series Mirabella, she starred as a bida kontrabida in And I Love You So. She's one of the Asap It Girls together with Janella Salvador and Kathryn Bernardo. Julia Barretto on IMDb
Rhea Kapoor is an Indian film producer. She is the owner of the fashion line Rheson alongside her sister Sonam Kapoor. Kapoor is the daughter of actor Anil Kapoor and his wife Sunita, she is the sister of actors Sonam Kapoor and Harshvardhan Kapoor, granddaughter of filmmaker Surinder Kapoor, niece of filmmaker Boney Kapoor and his wives, the late producer Mona Shourie Kapoor and the late actress Sridevi, actor Sanjay Kapoor, her cousins are actors Janhvi Kapoor and Mohit Marwah as well as actor Ranveer Singh. Kapoor pursued her graduation in "Dramatic literature" from New York University Kapoor started her career as a film producer with Rajshree Ojha's film Aisha in 2010, which starred her sister Sonam and Abhay Deol in leading roles, she produced the 2014 film Khoobsurat, directed by Shashanka Ghosh, an official remake of Hrishikesh Mukherjee directed film by the same name. In 2017, she launched the clothing line of Rheson with her sister Sonam Kapoor. Kapoor has co-produced Veere Di Wedding, which released on 1 June 2018.
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Alissandra Cummins was the Chairperson of the UNESCO Executive Board. She is from Barbados and is one of the leading experts on Caribbean heritage, museum development and art. Alissandra Cummins is Director of the Barbados Museum & Historical Society and she is a lecturer in Museum and Heritage Studies at the University of the West Indies, she is board chair of International Journal of Intangible Heritage. She is on the board of the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience, the International Journal of Museum Management and Curatorship, she was educated at Queen's College, the University of East Anglia and the University of Leicester. Alissandra Cummins served in lead positions for several intergovernmental committees and NGOs, in particular she was Chairperson of the Advisory Committee of the International Council of Museums, successively President of the organization; as such she was the first female president of the organization and the first to serve from the Caribbean region. Within UNESCO, Alissandra Cummins was a member of the Executive Board for two mandates, between 2009-2011 she was elected as Chairperson of the Board’s Finance and Administrative Commission.
Most she chaired the Administrative Commission during the 36th session of the General Conference of UNESCO. Within the cultural programmes and conventions of UNESCO Alissandra Cummins acted as Chairperson of the Intergovernmental Committee for Promoting the Return of Cultural Property to its Country of Origin or its Restitution in Case of Illicit Appropriation, as Chairperson of the International Advisory Committee of UNESCO' Memory of the World Programme and she was Vice-President of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Protection of the World natural and Cultural Heritage. Curating in the Caribbean, The Green Box, Berlin 2012. ISBN 978-3-941644-32-8 Art in Barbados, Ian Randle Publishers, Jamaica 1999. ISBN 978-9-768123-82-4 International Journal of Intangible Heritage
Hugh Rawlinson is an Australian rowing coxswain. He coxed Western Australian eights competing at Australia's King's Cup and was a medallist at senior World Championships, he first made state selection for Western Australia in the 2006 senior eight contesting the King's Cup at the Interstate Regatta within the Australian Rowing Championships. He steered three consecutive King's Cup races for New South Wales from 2006 to 2009. Rawlinson made his Australian representative debut in 2008 at the World Championships which being an Olympic year contested only lightweight crews or non Olympic heavyweight events. Rawlinson steered an Australian coxed pair at Linz 2008 to a bronze medal rowed by Nick Baxter and Fergus Pragnell; the pair through came from a long way back in the field. They were in 5th position after the first quarter of the race and could not improve on this over the next 1000 metres. Heading into the final stages of the race Pragnell and Baxter kicked and passed the Italian and Polish crews.
Poland had fatigued badly to finish 5th. Australia could not catch Canada or France and finished in a time of 7:09.30 a boat and a half behind gold medallists France. Hugh Rawlinson at FISA WorldRowing.com