Icasa 1 x 0 Ceará

No duelo entre os novos treinadores Sidney Moraes e Sérgio Guedes, deu Sidney Moraes. E com ele, veio a vitória do Icasa, por 1 a 0, no Estádio Romeirão, em Juazeiro do Norte, sobre o Ceará, pela 7ª rodada da Série B do Campeonato Brasileiro. Em uma partida com pouca técnica e muita correria, o Verdão do Cariri soube aproveitar as principais jogadas e marcar bem a saída de bola do adversário. E coube a Carlinhos garantir os três pontos com um chute preciso de fora da área. O suficiente para vencer o goleiro Fernando Henrique e definir, ainda no início do segundo tempo, os três pontos e a subida na tabela.

Por outro lado, o Ceará pouco criou e chegou ao ataque em jogadas isoladas. O time, renovado apenas fora de campo, repetiu as atuações de altos e baixos de antes da parada para a Copa das Confederações. As alterações feitas pelo técnico Sérgio Guedes não surtiram efeito e o Alvinegro de Porangabuçu só conseguiu finalizar em lances isolados de contra-ataque.

O resultado no Romeirão deixa o Icasa bem posicionado, na 8ª colocação, com 10 pontos conquistados. Na parte de baixo da tabela, o Vovô abre a zona de rebaixamento, na 17ª posição, com 7 pontos ganhos.

Na próxima rodada, o Icasa enfrenta o Guaratinguetá, fora de casa, no sábado (13), no Estádio Dario Rodrigues Leite, às 21h. Em mesmo dia e horário, o Ceará recebe o ASA-AL, na Arena Castelão, em Fortaleza.

Icasa x Ceará pela Série B, no Estádio Romeirão (Foto: Normando Sóracles/ Agencia Miséria)
Fernando Henrique só resistiu à pressão do Icasa no primeiro tempo. Depois, a meta caiu
(Foto: Normando Sóracles/ Agencia Miséria)

Sem empolgação

É verdade que não faltou correria em campo. Mas o primeiro tempo de Icasa x Ceará careceu de finalizações corretas e lances perigosos. Foi apenas um em 45 minutos. E ocorreu aos 22, quando Raphael Macena fez jogada individual, mas finalizou com um chute fraco, defendido por João Ricardo, do Icasa.

Os donos da casa praticamente não chutaram a gol. E quando o fizeram, não houve mira. Chapinha foi quem chegou mais perto, já no fim da primeira etapa, quando ele emendou chute em cruzamento para a grande área. Mas a bola passou bem longe da meta alvinegra.

Icasa x Ceará pela Série B, no Estádio Romeirão (Foto: Normando Sóracles/ Agencia Miséria)
Ceará foi marcado sob pressão no Romeirão
(Foto: Normando Sóracles/ Agencia Miséria)

Outro jogo

Mas se o primeiro tempo deixou a desejar, a etapa final começou a toda vapor. E logo com cinco minutos, Kiros tocou na medida para Carlinhos acertar um chutaço da entrada da área e vencer o goleiro Fernando Henrique. Era o Icasa saindo na frente do placar.

Em seguida, Kiros voltou a levar à meta alvinegra. Pela direita, ele chutou com perigo e Fernando Henrique defendeu. O goleiro do Vovô teve mais problemas nos minutos seguintes. Dessa vez, foi Juninho Potiguar quem arriscou chute e obrigou o goleiro a nova defesa.

Enquanto isso, o Alvinegro de Porangabuçu não conseguiu se encontrar em campo. Mesmo com duas substituições logo depois do gol sofrido, o técnico Sérgio Guedes não conseguia vencer a marcação imposta pelo time de Sidney Moraes.

A partir daí, o Icasa adminstrou o restante da partida e o Vovô perdeu a cabeça em campo. Sem criação e nervoso com o resultado negativo, o time acabou com o atacante Lulinha expulso. E já nos minutos finais, Sérgio Guedes reclamou demais do árbitro e foi excluído de campo. Bom para a torcida icasiano, que comemorou a vitória, mesmo que sem muita inspiração.

Icasa x Ceará pela Série B, no Estádio Romeirão (Foto: Normando Sóracles/ Agencia Miséria)
Gol de Carlinhos, no início do segundo tempo, garantiu vitória alviverde em casa
(Foto: Normando Sóracles/ Agência Miséria)

Air New Zealand new 787 heading to Tokyo, Shanghai

7:50 AM Tuesday Jun 25, 2013

An artist's impression of Air NZ's new Boeing 787-9 'dreamliner' aircraft, that will soon be flying between New Zealand and Asia.

An artist’s impression of Air NZ’s new Boeing 787-9 ‘dreamliner’ aircraft, that will soon be flying between New Zealand and Asia.

Air New Zealand has revealed it will fly its Boeing 787 Dreamliner to long haul destinations Shanghai and Tokyo along with mid-haul routes to Perth, Honolulu and Papeete.

Details of the cabin have also been announced with a new seat design throughout the economy section.

The airline is due to take delivery of the 787-9 next year and the airline’s chief executive Christopher Luxon said the planes represented a significant growth opportunity and open up the prospect of expanding its Pacific Rim footprint.

The first of the 9-series planes is due to roll of the assembly line next month at Boeing’s plant in Everett, north of Seattle.

Design and production delays have pushed back delivery to Air NZ and other airlines by up to four years.

The aircraft offers fuel savings of up to 20 per cent compared to older equivalent size planes and Luxon said it was “a game-changer” for the airline.

“The airline will be able to offer a consistent product experience across its long haul fleet.”

This includes Skycouch seating in the economy cabin, a new slim-line customised seat in economy, an ink-coloured luxury leather seat in premium economy which the airlines says is “business lite”. Business premier will have lie-flat beds.

Air New Zealand will get 10 of the 787-9s over four years and they will replace Boeing 767s.

The first model of the aircraft, the 787-8 series, was plagued by delays in the design and building phase and since entering service has been hit by further problems, including smouldering batteries which led to 50 planes being grounded for three months.

In 2004, Air New Zealand signed up for the first model of the plane, but became the first airline to upgrade to the longer 9-series when it was launched soon afterwards.

The Dreamliner will be delivered four years behind schedule. The late delivery has disrupted Air New Zealand’s fleet planning and impacted its bottom line.

The plane, with its revolutionary carbon-fibre fuselage and composite wings, is lighter, offers big fuel savings, is quieter and has a more comfortable cabin environment for up to 290 passengers.

Being a launch customer carries some risk – Air New Zealand’s first planes will initially be used as test aircraft – but the airline received special deals and will also reap publicity benefits as the new model is launched with fanfare by Boeing.

Although the 9-series plane has heavier landing gear and a new air conditioning system among other modifications, it is largely the same as the earlier model, which has been through the certification process and is now having its technical wrinkles ironed out.

Boeing is building the first 787-9 test planes on a temporary “surge line” at Everett, where it will be shown to journalists and analysts tomorrow.

When the test aircraft have been put through their paces, they will be kitted out for Air New Zealand, which purchased them at a discount as part of the launch customer deal.

Air New Zealand will receive 10 of the planes over a four-year period.

They have a list price of around US$200 million ($258 million).

•Grant Bradley is visiting Seattle courtesy of Boeing and Air NZ.

 

The New Zealand Herald

Government clueless on illegal consents

1:52 PM Sunday Jul 7, 2013

Maurice Williamson says the Government doesn't even have a 'ballpark' figure on illegal consents in Christchurch. Photo / Stuart Munro

Maurice Williamson says the Government doesn’t even have a ‘ballpark’ figure on illegal consents in Christchurch. Photo / Stuart Munro

The Government has no idea how long illegal building consents were being issued by Christchurch City Council or how many have been issued.

Last week International Accreditation New Zealand (IANZ) withdrew the council’s ability to issue consents, because of concerns over technical processing that meant building consents might not meet the requirements of the building code.

On TVNZ’s Q+A programme today, Building and Construction Minister Maurice Williamson said some external technical experts were brought in to try to evaluate the size of the problem.

He said the government did not even have a “ballpark” figure of the numbers of permits involved or for how long they were being issued.

“It might be that we go right back to the earthquakes,” he said.

” [I] don’t think we’re talking hundreds of thousands, but we’re talking a big number. We don’t know what that is. It would be foolish of me to put a commitment on that.”

It was unlikely unsafe buildings had been built as a result, but he could not guarantee that, he said.

The problem stemmed at senior management level where there was a “culture of denial”, he said.

“Let me stress right away, this is not the people working down at the grass roots. I went and spoke to them on Thursday afternoon, and I told them, ‘Don’t you feel bad.’ It’s like blaming the guy stoking the boilers at the bottom of the Titanic that somehow hit the iceberg.”

Heads have already started to roll with Mayor Bob Parker electing not to stand in the next local body elections and the council’s chief executive Tony Marryatt taking “gardening leave”, Mr Williamson said.

“We are now going to, because we’ve been invited, to put a Crown manager in.

“So we’ll appoint that person in the next week, get it gazetted hopefully by Thursday, and that person will be able to go in and take control of the management structures.”

 

The New Zealand Herald

Suspect Mark Adrian Perry had the perfect cover in vampire murder case

Mark Adrian Perry

Mark Adrian Perry after returning to Melbourne from Perth under police guard. Picture: Mark Stewart Source: Herald Sun

DESPERATE, down and dishevelled, Mark Adrian Perry – wanted over one of Australia’s most bewildering underworld murders – strolled into Perth a vastly different man.

It was some time after August 2007 when his unassuming alter-ego, “Lee”, an apparently friendless and broke recluse reluctant to talk about himself, stumbled upon Sam Luu, owner of an almost-hidden Chinese restaurant, below apartments with Swan River views.

The on-the-run former butcher and bouncer looked nothing like he had months earlier when he was allegedly approached by his now co-accused on the Gold Coast, warning the Australian Crime Commission had questioned him about the 2003 murder of a prostitute “vampire”.

The gigolo, killed outside his Reservoir home by a veteran hitman and an accomplice, was Shane Chartres-Abbott.

He believed he was a 200-year-old vampire who needed to drink blood to survive, and was on his way to face a trial over the rape and mutilation of Mr Perry’s former girlfriend a year earlier.

Mr Perry became a suspect in the gigolo’s death after a jailed trigger man claimed he and Evangelos Goussis killed Chartres-Abbott for $200,000 to avenge the rape.

With his scruffy hair and beard, Mr Perry looked more Dr Richard Kimble from The Fugitive than the clean-cut image disseminated by police by the end of 2007.

Mark Adrian Perry

Perry in 2009.

As “Lee”, who didn’t offer a surname when asked, Mr Perry transformed himself from manicured gym-junkie to a man who could not stand the sight of his own reflection.

He would spend the best part of a year living in apartment 602 on the top floor of the modest Adelphi Hotel.

Landlord Sam Luu let Lee live in the apartment for cost, with any shortfall worked off in his kitchen.

Lee would rise at 5am to ride his bike 20km to a butchery in Fremantle, returning at night to wash dishes in Mr Luu’s restaurant.

For Mr Perry, it was the perfect cover.

His depression was not as easy to hide as his identity.

Mark Adrian Perry

The apartment building in Perth where Mark Adrian Perry lived while on the run.

“When he had depression he would not come out of his room,” Mr Luu said.

“You would not see him.”

The Freo butchery job lasted a few months until Mr Luu, who also had a business interest in a kitchen manufacturer, suggested he work for his partner, Ha.

The new job was in the nondescript northern suburb of Morley.

It was at QN Designs he met Terry Ridgway, who gave the hardworking and likable “Lee” a belt to replace the bathrobe tie he used to hold up his pants.

He felt comfortable enough to watch the footy with Mr Luu, but when conversation shifted to his past, “Lee” would clam up.

Mark Adrian Perry

The restaurant in Perth where Mark Adrian Perry worked as a kitchen hand.

“He would talk about the footy. Never talked about his life,” Mr Luu said. “You could feel he didn’t want to talk about that.

“I asked him if he was married. He said he was married with a daughter.”

He worked at QN Designs sporadically until he left Perth without notice almost a year after arriving, taking his apartment key.

“I thought he had an accident. I texted and called. No answer,” Mr Luu said.

He worried and eventually got into apartment 602: “All we found was clothes and his bike.”

Then a letter – stamped from Victoria – came in the mail with the key.

It read: “Sorry Sam, have to leave.”

But this year “Lee” returned to Perth and went back to work at QN Designs. It shocked everyone at the factory when heavily-armed operations group police raided the premises.

anthony.dowsley@news.com.au

 

Herald Sun – 07 July 2013

Case against Peru six ‘absurd’: UN expert

July 7, 2013

Eamonn Duff

 

 Sammy Smith and Andrew Pilat from Sydney's lower North Shore who were two of six travellers  implicated and accused of being involved in the death of a Peruvian national whilst back-packing through South America.

Holiday from hell: Sam Smith and Andrew Pilat, two of the Australians accused of killing a Peruvian man. Photo: James Alcock

A leading United Nations forensic expert has advised authorities in Peru to drop a murder trial against six young Australians, describing the case as ”completely absurd”.

 

Sydney University students Sam Smith, Harrison Geier and Andrew Pilat, and Melbourne trio Hugh and Tom Hanlon and Jessica Vo are wanted in the Peruvian capital of Lima following the mysterious death of a doorman at a hotel in which they were staying in January last year.

 

Very quickly, it became clear this was complete nonsense.

 

Police initially ruled Lino Rodriguez Vilchez had taken his own life, but six months after the tourists returned home they were suddenly ”prime suspects” in a homicide.

 

Accused: The group on the trek.Accused: The group on the trek. Photo: Supplied

 

Last week, they lost their bid to give evidence in absentia. In turn, the judge reiterated his threat to issue an Interpol arrest warrant if they failed to return for proceedings.

 

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As diplomatic tension continues to mount, UN expert Jose Pablo Baraybar, who is Peruvian, said he would back the six until they had cleared their names.

 

”If I had any suspicion whatsoever that there was foul play involved, I would walk away because I am not interested in assisting people who are undeserving,” he told Fairfax Media on Saturday. ”This whole case is ludicrous. Hopefully, common sense will soon prevail.”

 

Forensic scientist analysing the space in which the Peru 6 allegedly threw the Porter to his death

Experts examine the 15th-storey window. Photo: Supplied

 

Mr Smith said: ”For a UN forensic investigator to be up in arms about our situation is brilliant. These allegations came out of nowhere, we’re innocent and his report proves everything we have been saying for a year now. When we get to present our statements alongside his report, we are confident everyone in Peru will finally realise we could not possibly have had anything to do with the death.”

 

Over the past two decades, Mr Baraybar has seen it all. The award-winning anthropologist has exhumed mass graves in conflict-torn countries including Bosnia and Rwanda.

 

As former chief of the UN’s Office on Missing Persons and Forensics in Kosovo, he investigated the horrifying kidnapping of hundreds of Serbs whose organs were removed and sold on the black market.

 

In February this year, Mr Baraybar received an unexpected plea for help from the distraught parents of the six. Peruvian media reports had named their children as having thrown Mr Rodriguez to his death from a 15th-storey window, while on their travels the previous year.

 

”When their lawyers approached me, I explained I am very picky about the work I do,” Mr Baraybar said. ”The case has to demonstrate flagrant violation of due process and I only usually deal with human rights violation cases. But in many respects, I came to realise this case does involve human rights violations. I decided if I could contribute, I would.”

 

Mr Baraybar reviewed autopsy, police and forensics reports as well the prosecution’s submissions.

 

”There was no real eureka moment,” he said. ”Very quickly, it just became clear this was complete nonsense.”

 

His investigation led him to the building and room 1501, where the group stayed. As he stood at the window from where Mr Rodriguez was supposedly thrown, he glanced at his forensics colleague in ”astonishment”.

 

His report says: ”The space’s size is slightly over 1.1 x 0.85 metres. Two people do not fit in this little space if standing side by side, shoulder to shoulder. Two people cannot stand in this space and carry a third person. Six people in here trying to throw a person out … is physically impossible.”

 

He believes the judge found himself under ”tremendous pressure” from Mr Rodriguez’s family to start an investigation. His report concludes: ”There are no eye witnesses or any physical evidence at all to support any of the arguments used. On the contrary, the allegations seem to have been built upon successive speculations based on hearsay testimonies and the passing of days.”

 

Previous attempts to present the report in court were blocked by the judge, who refused to look at it.

 

There is now renewed hope it will be submitted in the next fortnight.

Read more: http://www.canberratimes.com.au/national/case-against-peru-six-absurd-un-expert-20130706-2pire.html#ixzz2YMkSTX5n

Surfer to the whale: ‘how’s it going?’

July 7, 2013 – 3:42PM

Emma Partridge

Recovering ... Bondi surfer Bishan Rajapaske at St Vincent's Hospital.

Recovering … Bondi surfer Bishan Rajapaske at St Vincent’s Hospital. Photo: James Alcock


A surfer who was knocked unconscious at Bondi Beach by a whale’s tail said the last thing he remembered was saying, “Hey, how’s it going?” to the whale which was less then a metre from him.

Bishan Rajapakse, 38, a doctor living in Bondi, was knocked unconscious for 10 seconds before he was dragged to the beach by his friend and a Bondi lifeguard.

“I remember trying to talk to it . . . before I realised I was off my board and on my front,” Dr Rajapakse said.

The Sri-Lankan born New Zealander said he had been surfing at the southern end of the beach for about an hour on Sunday morning when his friend Chris signalled for him to paddle over.

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“When I got to him I saw there was this dark, black shadow and it was just massive.

“The whale was moving in like slow motion. It was beautiful and it breached and we could see the barnacles and it was slowly going up and down and turning and it actually made a noise. It was amazing.”

Speaking from his bed at St Vincent’s Hospital, Dr Rajapakse said he had no injuries apart from a slight headache.

“Contacting whales is not what it’s cracked up to be. They look nice and soft but I can’t remember contacting it. Maybe it contacted me.”

He said he had no recollection of being thrown off his board. “My mate Chris was there when I came to and was like ‘Bish, you’ve been hit by a whale’. Apparently my face was down in the water and then I was talking to one of the Bondi Rescue dudes. Then I was on the shore and in the ambulance before I knew it.”

Dr Rajapakse joked that his encounter with the southern right whale had ruined his plans for brunch. “I’ve got a slight headache but I was really hoping to have brunch. Somehow I don’t think that’s going to happen today.”

The director of the emergency department at St Vincent’s, Gordian Fulde, said the surfer would probably be discharged by the end of Sunday.

The Sydney Morning Herald –

Testemunhas fazem relatos de acidente de avião nos EUA

Passageiros viveram momentos de pânico e horror tentando escapar da aeronave em chamas.

Destroços do avião acidentado no aeroporto de San Francisco (Foto: AP)

Destroços do avião acidentado no aeroporto de San Francisco (Foto: AP)

Imagem da aeronave que vinha da Coreia do Sul e sofreu acidente em San Francisco, EUA, na tarde deste sábado (6). (Foto: Reprodução/ KTVU/CNN)

Imagem da aeronave que vinha da Coreia do Sul e sofreu acidente em San Francisco, EUA, na tarde deste sábado (6). (Foto: Reprodução/ KTVU/CNN)

Bombeiros apagam o incêndio iniciado com a queda do Boeing 777, da companhia aérea Asiana Airlines, que ocorreu quando a aeronave aterrisava no aeroporto internacional de San Francisco, EUA, neste sábado (6). (Foto: Bay Area News Group, John Green/Associated Press)
Bombeiros apagam o incêndio iniciado com a queda do Boeing 777, da companhia aérea Asiana Airlines, que ocorreu quando a aeronave aterrisava no aeroporto internacional de San Francisco, EUA, neste sábado (6). (Foto: Bay Area News Group, John Green/Associated Press)

Testemunhas do acidente do Boeing 777 da companhia aérea Asiana, que pegou fogo ao aterrissar no aeroporto de San Francisco, nos Estados Unidos, fizeram relatos dramáticos do episódio.

A Asiana confirmou que duas adolescentes chinesas que estavam sentadas na parte de trás da aeronave morreram. Seus corpos teriam sido encontrados fora da aeronave.

Felizmente, a maior parte dos passageiros conseguiu escapar pelas saídas de emergência, mas 181 pessoas teriam sido levadas para o hospital e 49 estariam em estado grave.

‘Havia caos e muita gritaria. Meu assento foi parar no chão e havia bagunça por todos os lados’, disse o passageiro Ben Levy, de 39 anos.

Levy contou que tentou conter o pânico de outros passageiros, pedindo que eles se acalmassem e se ajudassem uns aos outros para que todos pudessem sair do avião.

‘(Quando saí) ainda havia algumas pessoas na parte de trás da aeronave e vi uma mulher do corpo de bombeiros correndo para ajudá-las.’

De acordo com os passageiros, o impacto teria feito malas caírem dos bagageiros e uma fumaça cinza teria tomado conta da aeronave, dificultando seu deslocamento.

‘Equipamentos e outras coisas (que estavam nos bagageiros) caíram sobre nossas cabeças’, contou uma professora para a emissora estatal chinesa CCTV.

‘É um milagre que estejamos vivos’, disse a passageira Vedpal Singh à agência de notícias Associated Press.

Fora de controle
Segundo Ki Siadatan, que vive próximo ao aeroporto, ao se aproximar da pista a aeronave parecia ‘balançar’ mais que o normal.

‘Estava na varanda, de onde temos uma vista do aeroporto. Vi o avião se aproximar e me chamou atenção que ele parecia estar fora de controle’, disse Siadatan à BBC.

‘Ouvimos um grande ‘boom’ e logo uma combinação de fumaça e poeira.’

De acordo com Siadatan, depois de cerca de 15 ou 20 minutos uma nova explosão teria ocorrido.

‘Quando ouvimos a explosão e vimos a fumaça preta, pensamos ‘Meu Deus, todo mundo que estava lá dentro morreu”, afirmou, em um relato à Associated Press.

O Boeing 777 partiu de Seul, na Coreia do Sul, e levava mais de 300 pessoas, entre passageiros e tripulantes.

Uma turma de 70 estudantes e professores chineses que iriam para acampamentos de verão nos Estados Unidos estaria a bordo, segundo autoridades chinesas.

As causas do acidente ainda são desconhecidas. Segundo Yoon Young-Doo, chefe-executivo da Asiana, ele não teria sido causado por problemas mecânicos.

A suspeita é que o avião tenha se chocado com a pista durante a aterrissagem e o impacto tenha quebrado sua cauda.

A Boeing se comprometeu a colaborar nas investigações sobre o incidente.

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Dona Xepa 12/07/2013

 

Pérola diz que Isabela se mudou e pede para conversar com Rosália. A senhora ignora Feliciano e pede que Alda dispense Xepa, mas a feirante decide servir a visita para se despedir da mulher do deputado. Lis comemora a chegada dos gêmeos e acalma Isabela ao saber do risco. A estudante de História fica indignada ao saber do presente malicioso e reclama com Vitor Hugo. Com receio da fiscalização, Dorivaldo pede a ajuda de Benito para arrumar a casa de shows e o sobrinho garante que a documentação do local está em ordem. Édison vai ao cartório investigar a situação da sua casa, enquanto Rick propõe uma parceria com Feliciano, que o destrata pelo fiasco no workshop. Rosália promete ajudar Pérola a se aproximar de Isabela. Xepa equilibra a bandeja de chá com dificuldade, mas Feliciano esbarra na senhora e quebra as xícaras. A esposa do deputado fica furiosa com o incidente, enquanto a ambiciosa jovem se esconde ao ouvir a voz da mãe. Catherine concorda em dar uma chance para Dafne, desde que Yasmin consiga treiná-la. Meg se prepara para enfrentar a alta sociedade e exige que a dona do ateliê impeça qualquer registro da periguete. Gisele mostra para Matilda sua pesquisa para descobrir a identidade de seu pai e deixa a avó comovida. Ângelo imagina Terezinha de forma sensual e a assusta ao tentar se aproximar. Pérola oferece hospedagem para Rosália, que comemora ao saber que Xepa não será contratada. O deputado desconfia da jovem e reclama do comportamento da esposa com a feirante. Geni entrega o endereço do ateliê para Robério, mas se irrita com a investigação do chefe para descobrir mais sobre a mulher da fronha rosa. Júlio César revela ter um candidato para ser assistente na empresa e François comenta que também tem uma indicação ao cargo. O empresário decide que os dois candidatos serão avaliados juntos. Xepa pede desculpas a Camila e garante que Rosália não lhe faria mal, enquanto a jovem recebe o dinheiro da venda do terreno e reclama por seu nome ainda constar na escritura. A feirante conta para Dorivaldo que fez um acordo com Feliciano e surpreende o amigo. Graxinha aceita a condição de que Dafne participe do evento sem falar e a periguete agradece Meg. Cintia e Lis decidem ir ao Chorivaldo, Benito recebe as duas e flerta com a estudante de História. Sedutor, François elogia Yasmin, mas Lancelote os interrompe e comunica que o desfile precisa ser cancelado. Rosália finge preocupação ao saber do acordo de Xepa com Feliciano e exige que a mãe não trabalhe na casa do deputado. Édison surpreende a feirante ao descobrir uma solução para a casa e provoca a irmã.

Dona Xepa 11/07/2013

 

Após ouvir a conversa de Rosália, Camila revela a Xepa a existência de um suposto terreno no nome da jovem, mas a feirante não acredita e exige que a assistente não difame sua filha. Dorivaldo pede que Ângelo procure o documento que comprova a compra do lote de terra vendido por Esmeraldino, mas Galeto os interrompe e conta sobre o novo ataque da mulher da fronha rosa. Yasmin teme que Meg mude o conceito do evento e fica nervosa quando Catherine a questiona sobre a visita de François. Cintia reclama da implicância de Lis com Édison, mas a estudante de história a ignora e elogia Benito. Isabela descobre que está grávida de gêmeos e Vitor Hugo se preocupa ao saber que a gestação da noiva é de risco. Pérola desabafa que está preocupada com a filha e Feliciano tenta confortá-la. Graxinha tenta convencer Dafne a não comparecer no evento do ateliê, mas a periguete continua decidida. Robério os interrompe e tenta seduzir Dafne, mas o mecânico se coloca entre o casal e insiste que a amiga deve se arrumar para o desfile. Animada com a possibilidade de ver Richard, Geni se assusta quando Escovão pergunta sobre o trabalho de Yasmin. Rosália chantageia François para conseguir um emprego próximo a Vitor Hugo. O assessor tenta conquistá-la, mas a jovem decide ir atrás de Isabela ao descobrir que a fotógrafa esta morando com o noivo. Rick se surpreende com o projeto futurista de Édison e pede para comprá-lo. O estudante de arquitetura estipula o valor de sessenta mil reais, mas Miro os interrompe e conta sobre um possível golpe para roubar pessoas humildes. Atrás de ajuda, Xepa conversa com Feliciano e pergunta se sua dívida não é uma forma de os construtores tomarem os terrenos da Vila. O deputado propõe quitar o débito e a feirante diz que aceita o empréstimo se puder trabalhar como forma de pagamento. Benito se desculpa com Júlio César e o empresário decide dar uma segunda chance ao jovem. Furiosa ao ver o projeto futurista, Lis briga com Édison, mas se envergonha ao ver o desenho de revitalização da Vila. Yasmin explica para Catherine que a agência de modelos cancelou a participação por causa de outras dívidas e sugere que Dafne desfile. Diante da mudança de planos, Meg tenta controlar sua raiva e busca rever seu passado. Alegando a falta de segurança na empresa, François diz que Júlio César deveria contratar uma nova pessoa para cuidar dos projetos. Assustada após conhecer Xepa, Pérola discute com Feliciano, por causa da feirante, enquanto Rosália procura por Isabela.