* Bar staff who serve people who are already drunk will also face on-the-spot
A Teesside council spoke today of its determination to pursue litter louts after two men were penalised for not paying on-the-spot
This includes imposing on-the-spot
fines for drunk and disorderly behaviour.
I'm sure this problem is happening all over the country and, despite the supposed on-the-spot
penalties, I have yet to hear of anyone actually being fined for letting their dog mess the pavement.
Instead of acting as curators, Hoffmann's quartet actually functioned more like visitors recording their impressions in a guest book or as rapid-response, on-the-spot
critics (a format common to alternative spaces).
I don't carry the Good Book in my car for on-the-spot
reference checks--a fact that the spirit of Saint Christopher probably applauds.
In his preferred format, Huckerby envisions a high-quality, three-times-a-day newscast using live on-the-spot
feeds by plugging into the city's new fibre-optic system.
"Those kinds of on-the-spot
corrections obviously save time at the port."
The Wakayama prefectural government began an on-the-spot
detoxification project for dioxin-contaminated dirt and ashes generated at a former incinerator in the city of Hashimoto.
A folio of color profiles (including a section of color photos taken from an on-the-spot
movie filmed during Midway), along with various tables and a cutaway drawing, round out the presentation.
A traffic police spokesman said Friday that from July 1, first-time offenders will no longer be allowed to get away with a small on-the-spot
fine of S$200 (US$116) but will have to go to court to face charges.
Rendering the cumbersome photo album a relic of the past, photos that are stored and organized on a Pocket PC can provide on-the-spot
entertainment at parties, family gatherings or the office.