Quick Facts BattlefordsLloydminster

first_imgAPTN Naional NewsRiding: Battlefords-LloydminsterCandidates:Quick Facts:Incumbent Gerry Ritz has held the riding since 1997. In the 2011 General Election, Ritz won the seat by nearly 10,000 votes.Ritz holds the position of Minister of Agriculture.NDP candidate Sandra Arias is a former band councilor in the Red Pheasant Cree Nation and says fighting Bill C-51 was her primary reason for running in federal politics.Liberal candidate Larry Ingram is a sheet metal contractor, born and raised in Turtleford, Saskatchewan according to the Liberal website. Ingram has served his community for nearly a decade as a local School Board Trustee and a Mervin municipal councilor.Green candidate Mikaela-Mari Tenkin was born in Edmonton and spent ten years in the United States before moving back to Canada in 2009 according to her party’s website. Mikaela studied at both Trinity Western University and Portland State University where she pursued degrees in art history.last_img read more

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first_imgAPTN Naional NewsRiding: Battlefords-LloydminsterCandidates:Quick Facts:Incumbent Gerry Ritz has held the riding since 1997. In the 2011 General Election, Ritz won the seat by nearly 10,000 votes.Ritz holds the position of Minister of Agriculture.NDP candidate Sandra Arias is a former band councilor in the Red Pheasant Cree Nation and says fighting Bill C-51 was her primary reason for running in federal politics.Liberal candidate Larry Ingram is a sheet metal contractor, born and raised in Turtleford, Saskatchewan according to the Liberal website. Ingram has served his community for nearly a decade as a local School Board Trustee and a Mervin municipal councilor.Green candidate Mikaela-Mari Tenkin was born in Edmonton and spent ten years in the United States before moving back to Canada in 2009 according to her party’s website. Mikaela studied at both Trinity Western University and Portland State University where she pursued degrees in art history.last_img read more

G8 leaders ignored UNs scientific findings on climate change says official

It was a “big step” for leaders of over one dozen developed nations attending the Major Economies Forum (MEF) – including the Group of Eight (G8) nations and others – on 9 July meeting in L’Aquila, Italy, to recognize that the global average temperature should not increase by more than 2 degrees centigrade, Rajendra Pachauri, Chair of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), told reporters in New York today.But they have disregarded the IPCC’s findings that emissions will have to reach their pinnacle in 2015 and rapidly decline thereafter, he said.“If the G8 leaders agreed on this 2-degree increase as being the limit that could be accepted, then I think they should have also accepted the attendant requirement of global emissions peaking by 2015,” Mr. Pachauri said.At the very least, he added, the countries should have “categorically” committed to cuts by 2020, the date agreed to at the landmark 2007 UN climate change conference in Bali, Indonesia.The official also pointed out that despite committing to “deep cuts” in emissions, the leaders of the MEF nations have yet to discuss the substance of the reductions.“The science is getting clear,” Mr. Pachauri underlined. “The gaps in our knowledge are certainly filling up,” he said, stressing the need for “the global community to take action” and ensure that this December’s climate change conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, ends with countries wrapping up negotiations on a strong successor pact to the Kyoto Protocol, whose first commitment period ends in 2012.An IPCC meeting in Venice, Italy, last week drew 200 climate change experts from all over the world to discuss the focus of the body’s next assessment report – considered to be the most comprehensive study globally on global warming – due to be released in 2014.While in L’Aquila earlier this month, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warned that the cuts in greenhouse gas emissions proposed by the MEF nations, “while welcome, are not sufficient.”Underscoring that “the time for delays and half-measures is over,” he stressed that “the personal leadership of every head of State or government is needed to seize this moment to protect people and the planet from one of the most serious challenges ever to confront humanity.”To support countries in their bid to conclude a successor pact in December to the Kyoto Protocol, whose first commitment period ends in 2012, the Secretary-General is convening a high-level summit – expected to be the largest climate change gathering this year – in New York on 22 September. 20 July 2009The world’s largest economies have “clearly ignored” the findings of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning United Nations scientific body that evaluates climate change when formulating their recent proposals on slashing greenhouse gases, a top official said today. read more

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It was a “big step” for leaders of over one dozen developed nations attending the Major Economies Forum (MEF) – including the Group of Eight (G8) nations and others – on 9 July meeting in L’Aquila, Italy, to recognize that the global average temperature should not increase by more than 2 degrees centigrade, Rajendra Pachauri, Chair of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), told reporters in New York today.But they have disregarded the IPCC’s findings that emissions will have to reach their pinnacle in 2015 and rapidly decline thereafter, he said.“If the G8 leaders agreed on this 2-degree increase as being the limit that could be accepted, then I think they should have also accepted the attendant requirement of global emissions peaking by 2015,” Mr. Pachauri said.At the very least, he added, the countries should have “categorically” committed to cuts by 2020, the date agreed to at the landmark 2007 UN climate change conference in Bali, Indonesia.The official also pointed out that despite committing to “deep cuts” in emissions, the leaders of the MEF nations have yet to discuss the substance of the reductions.“The science is getting clear,” Mr. Pachauri underlined. “The gaps in our knowledge are certainly filling up,” he said, stressing the need for “the global community to take action” and ensure that this December’s climate change conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, ends with countries wrapping up negotiations on a strong successor pact to the Kyoto Protocol, whose first commitment period ends in 2012.An IPCC meeting in Venice, Italy, last week drew 200 climate change experts from all over the world to discuss the focus of the body’s next assessment report – considered to be the most comprehensive study globally on global warming – due to be released in 2014.While in L’Aquila earlier this month, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warned that the cuts in greenhouse gas emissions proposed by the MEF nations, “while welcome, are not sufficient.”Underscoring that “the time for delays and half-measures is over,” he stressed that “the personal leadership of every head of State or government is needed to seize this moment to protect people and the planet from one of the most serious challenges ever to confront humanity.”To support countries in their bid to conclude a successor pact in December to the Kyoto Protocol, whose first commitment period ends in 2012, the Secretary-General is convening a high-level summit – expected to be the largest climate change gathering this year – in New York on 22 September. 20 July 2009The world’s largest economies have “clearly ignored” the findings of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning United Nations scientific body that evaluates climate change when formulating their recent proposals on slashing greenhouse gases, a top official said today. read more

IOM to assist Sri Lanka to counter human trafficking

The International Organization on Migration (IOM) has expressed readiness to further enhance its assistance to Sri Lanka, by providing training and capacity building support for the Ministries of Foreign Employment and Foreign Affairs, and to the Sri Lanka Foreign Employment Bureau (SLBFE).It was agreed to extend cooperation in the areas of countering human trafficking and people smuggling operations, providing short-term internship opportunities with the IOM for the relevant officials as well as supporting the upgrading of the consular services of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The IOM also pledged to continue technical and secretarial support for the Colombo Process (CP) – the regional consultative forum of contractual labour originating countries in Asia, currently chaired by Sri Lanka. These assurances were given when Minister of Foreign Employment Thalatha Atukorale met with the Director General of IOM Ambassador William Lacy Swing, to discuss and follow up progress on Sri Lanka’s bilateral cooperation with the IOM. Sri Lanka’s Permanent Representative to the UN in Geneva Ravinatha Aryasinha, Deputy Permanent Representative Samantha Jayasuriya, Counsellor Shashika Somaratne, and Acting Deputy General Manager of the Foreign Employment Bureau D.G.G.S. Yapa, were associated with the Minister. At a meeting of the Geneva based Ambassadors’ of CP countries chaired by Ambassador Aryasinha, Minister Atukorala who is the Chair in Office of the CP also discussed on the operationalization of the ‘Colombo Declaration’ adopted at the 5th CP Ministerial Meeting held in Sri Lanka in August 2016. The Ambassadors while appreciating the leadership provided by Sri Lanka to the CP over the past 3 years, expressed support to the new thematic areas agreed at the Ministerial Meeting namely, Migrant Health, Operationalization of the migration-related goals in the SDGs, Promotion of equality for women migrant workers and Consular support for migrant workers in host countries. (Colombo Gazette) read more

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The International Organization on Migration (IOM) has expressed readiness to further enhance its assistance to Sri Lanka, by providing training and capacity building support for the Ministries of Foreign Employment and Foreign Affairs, and to the Sri Lanka Foreign Employment Bureau (SLBFE).It was agreed to extend cooperation in the areas of countering human trafficking and people smuggling operations, providing short-term internship opportunities with the IOM for the relevant officials as well as supporting the upgrading of the consular services of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The IOM also pledged to continue technical and secretarial support for the Colombo Process (CP) – the regional consultative forum of contractual labour originating countries in Asia, currently chaired by Sri Lanka. These assurances were given when Minister of Foreign Employment Thalatha Atukorale met with the Director General of IOM Ambassador William Lacy Swing, to discuss and follow up progress on Sri Lanka’s bilateral cooperation with the IOM. Sri Lanka’s Permanent Representative to the UN in Geneva Ravinatha Aryasinha, Deputy Permanent Representative Samantha Jayasuriya, Counsellor Shashika Somaratne, and Acting Deputy General Manager of the Foreign Employment Bureau D.G.G.S. Yapa, were associated with the Minister. At a meeting of the Geneva based Ambassadors’ of CP countries chaired by Ambassador Aryasinha, Minister Atukorala who is the Chair in Office of the CP also discussed on the operationalization of the ‘Colombo Declaration’ adopted at the 5th CP Ministerial Meeting held in Sri Lanka in August 2016. The Ambassadors while appreciating the leadership provided by Sri Lanka to the CP over the past 3 years, expressed support to the new thematic areas agreed at the Ministerial Meeting namely, Migrant Health, Operationalization of the migration-related goals in the SDGs, Promotion of equality for women migrant workers and Consular support for migrant workers in host countries. (Colombo Gazette) read more

Central African Republic UN mission French forces retake public spaces in Bria

UN spokesperson Farhan Haq told reporters in New York that the operation, conducted with the support of French forces, took place after the repeated refusal of the armed groups to peacefully evacuate the premises, and aimed at ending the existence of a parallel administration. Mr. Haq added that Babacar Gaye, head of the UN mission, known as MINUSCA, reiterated the determination of international forces to protect the population and support the restoration of the State’s authority, for the organization of free, fair, transparent and open elections in the country.Press reports suggest that UN peacekeepers and French forces used helicopters retake rebel-held positions in Bria, a town northeast of the capital, Bangui. More than two years of civil war and sectarian violence have displaced thousands of people in the CAR. According to UN estimates, nearly 440,000 people remain displaced inside the country while some 190,000 have sought asylum across the borders. At the same time, more than 36,000 people remain trapped within the landlocked country in enclaves across the country, hoping to find asylum in neighbouring States.In December, Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations Hervé Ladsous warned of a potentially explosive situation in the CAR amid continuing violent clashes between the mainly Muslim Séléka alliance and anti-Balaka militia, which are mostly Christian. read more

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UN spokesperson Farhan Haq told reporters in New York that the operation, conducted with the support of French forces, took place after the repeated refusal of the armed groups to peacefully evacuate the premises, and aimed at ending the existence of a parallel administration. Mr. Haq added that Babacar Gaye, head of the UN mission, known as MINUSCA, reiterated the determination of international forces to protect the population and support the restoration of the State’s authority, for the organization of free, fair, transparent and open elections in the country.Press reports suggest that UN peacekeepers and French forces used helicopters retake rebel-held positions in Bria, a town northeast of the capital, Bangui. More than two years of civil war and sectarian violence have displaced thousands of people in the CAR. According to UN estimates, nearly 440,000 people remain displaced inside the country while some 190,000 have sought asylum across the borders. At the same time, more than 36,000 people remain trapped within the landlocked country in enclaves across the country, hoping to find asylum in neighbouring States.In December, Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations Hervé Ladsous warned of a potentially explosive situation in the CAR amid continuing violent clashes between the mainly Muslim Séléka alliance and anti-Balaka militia, which are mostly Christian. read more

After first loss OSU womens soccer looks to get back on track

OSU freshman midfielder Arden Holden (5) passes the ball during a game against Bucknell on Sept. 13 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. OSU won 2-0. Credit: Carlee Frank / For The LanternBig Ten conference play is set to begin in Columbus on Thursday evening as the No. 20 Ohio State women’s soccer team is scheduled to host the Minnesota Gophers at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. On Sunday afternoon, the Buckeyes are slated to take on the Wisconsin Badgers in game two of Big Ten play.The Buckeyes enter Thursday’s tilt at 5-1-1 on the season.OSU suffered its first loss of the season last weekend to West Virginia, but junior forward Nichelle Prince said she thinks the loss to the Mountaineers was a learning lesson for the team as it prepares to tackle the second half of its season.“I think it just made us realize that we still have a lot to work on,” Prince said. “We did have a good out-of-conference season but there is still a lot we need to do if we want to become Big Ten Champions and make it far into NCAAs.”Walker also said that, despite having just one loss, it is clear that the team has work to do.“There is a fine line in encouraging your players to be decision-makers and also getting them to play in symphony,” Walker said.The team’s strong start has come despite suffering a few injuries, but OSU coach Lori Walker said the Scarlet and Gray were prepared to handle those type of setbacks. “Any time a player gets injured it certainly changes your dynamic,” Walker said. “It’s one of those things we talk about in preseason, is that the starting line up at the beginning of the year, is never going to be the same at the end of the year. We try and get our players to think in those terms, and know they are always one ankle sprain away from having a role change. You just roll with it at this point in the season.”Walker said that with conference play now starting, the team will “reset” itself after seven hard-fought matches to start 2015.“Our record right now in the conference is 0-0-0, and so we’re perfect and that’s awesome,” she said. “We want to go into the conference play with that mentality of just getting after it with a clean slate.”Although the Buckeyes have a clean slate, Walker knows it might not stay that way for long due to the quality of teams in their conference. “There’s never an easy game in the Big Ten, and it becomes a real grind,” she said. “Just taking them one at a time as they come, and every team presents a different set of problems and we just have to be ready to play chess.”The Buckeyes are 4-1-0 at home and look to keep that success at home against the Gophers and Badgers.For that to continue, Walker said it will depend on the team’s attention to detail.“The little details add up to the big ones. Soccer is a thinking woman’s game and we want our players to be able to dissect what is the team doing, but while they’re doing that they can’t lose track of what the littlest details are,” she said.The Buckeyes and the Gophers are set to square off at 7:30 p.m., while the Badgers are scheduled to come to town for a noon match. read more

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OSU freshman midfielder Arden Holden (5) passes the ball during a game against Bucknell on Sept. 13 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. OSU won 2-0. Credit: Carlee Frank / For The LanternBig Ten conference play is set to begin in Columbus on Thursday evening as the No. 20 Ohio State women’s soccer team is scheduled to host the Minnesota Gophers at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. On Sunday afternoon, the Buckeyes are slated to take on the Wisconsin Badgers in game two of Big Ten play.The Buckeyes enter Thursday’s tilt at 5-1-1 on the season.OSU suffered its first loss of the season last weekend to West Virginia, but junior forward Nichelle Prince said she thinks the loss to the Mountaineers was a learning lesson for the team as it prepares to tackle the second half of its season.“I think it just made us realize that we still have a lot to work on,” Prince said. “We did have a good out-of-conference season but there is still a lot we need to do if we want to become Big Ten Champions and make it far into NCAAs.”Walker also said that, despite having just one loss, it is clear that the team has work to do.“There is a fine line in encouraging your players to be decision-makers and also getting them to play in symphony,” Walker said.The team’s strong start has come despite suffering a few injuries, but OSU coach Lori Walker said the Scarlet and Gray were prepared to handle those type of setbacks. “Any time a player gets injured it certainly changes your dynamic,” Walker said. “It’s one of those things we talk about in preseason, is that the starting line up at the beginning of the year, is never going to be the same at the end of the year. We try and get our players to think in those terms, and know they are always one ankle sprain away from having a role change. You just roll with it at this point in the season.”Walker said that with conference play now starting, the team will “reset” itself after seven hard-fought matches to start 2015.“Our record right now in the conference is 0-0-0, and so we’re perfect and that’s awesome,” she said. “We want to go into the conference play with that mentality of just getting after it with a clean slate.”Although the Buckeyes have a clean slate, Walker knows it might not stay that way for long due to the quality of teams in their conference. “There’s never an easy game in the Big Ten, and it becomes a real grind,” she said. “Just taking them one at a time as they come, and every team presents a different set of problems and we just have to be ready to play chess.”The Buckeyes are 4-1-0 at home and look to keep that success at home against the Gophers and Badgers.For that to continue, Walker said it will depend on the team’s attention to detail.“The little details add up to the big ones. Soccer is a thinking woman’s game and we want our players to be able to dissect what is the team doing, but while they’re doing that they can’t lose track of what the littlest details are,” she said.The Buckeyes and the Gophers are set to square off at 7:30 p.m., while the Badgers are scheduled to come to town for a noon match. read more

Vital organs of former Israeli PM Ariel Sharon are failing says Tel

first_imgFORMER ISRAELI PRIME Ariel Sharon’s ‘vital organs’ are failing according to the hospital where he is being treatedSharon has been in a coma for nearly eight years but his condition worsened yesterday according to Israeli media.“In the last few days, we have seen a gradual decline in the functioning of Ariel Sharon’s vital organs, which are essential for his survival,” Tel Hashomer hospital director Zeev Rotstein told Israeli public radio.The 85-year-old, who is at the hospital in the city of Tel Aviv, was suffering from “serious kidney problems” after undergoing surgery, army radio said.News website Ynet quoted medical sources as saying Sharon was taken into intensive care a month ago. His health then stabilised but suffered a “significant deterioration” in the past few days.The long-time leader of the right-wing nationalist camp in Israeli politics suffered a massive stroke in January 2006 before slipping into a coma from which he has never recovered.Israeli and US specialists said in January 2013 that Sharon had showed “significant brain activity” in an MRI scan, responding to pictures of his family seven years after the stroke.He was first elected prime minister in February 2001, just months after walking through east Jerusalem’s flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound, revered by Jews as the Temple Mount, in an action that sparked the second Palestinian uprising.In November 2005, he left the right-wing Likud to set up a new party, Kadima, frustrated by hardliners opposed to his withdrawal of troops and settlers from Gaza that year and to any further concessions in the occupied West Bank.© – AFP 2014Read: Clinton to travel to Israel and Egypt for peace talks >Explainer: What do the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks mean?last_img read more

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first_imgFORMER ISRAELI PRIME Ariel Sharon’s ‘vital organs’ are failing according to the hospital where he is being treatedSharon has been in a coma for nearly eight years but his condition worsened yesterday according to Israeli media.“In the last few days, we have seen a gradual decline in the functioning of Ariel Sharon’s vital organs, which are essential for his survival,” Tel Hashomer hospital director Zeev Rotstein told Israeli public radio.The 85-year-old, who is at the hospital in the city of Tel Aviv, was suffering from “serious kidney problems” after undergoing surgery, army radio said.News website Ynet quoted medical sources as saying Sharon was taken into intensive care a month ago. His health then stabilised but suffered a “significant deterioration” in the past few days.The long-time leader of the right-wing nationalist camp in Israeli politics suffered a massive stroke in January 2006 before slipping into a coma from which he has never recovered.Israeli and US specialists said in January 2013 that Sharon had showed “significant brain activity” in an MRI scan, responding to pictures of his family seven years after the stroke.He was first elected prime minister in February 2001, just months after walking through east Jerusalem’s flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound, revered by Jews as the Temple Mount, in an action that sparked the second Palestinian uprising.In November 2005, he left the right-wing Likud to set up a new party, Kadima, frustrated by hardliners opposed to his withdrawal of troops and settlers from Gaza that year and to any further concessions in the occupied West Bank.© – AFP 2014Read: Clinton to travel to Israel and Egypt for peace talks >Explainer: What do the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks mean?last_img read more

MP lights up more of Millennium Highway

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 16 Apr 2015 – Around 60 street lights have now been freshly installed in the Wheeland Constituency, according to a report from its Member of Parliament, Hon Delroy Williams. Williams said this has taken much of the community from being ‘pitch black’ at night to be illuminated on three key thoroughfares in the Blue Hills area. Bay Road or Front Street had seen the street lights in time for the annual Conch Festival last year and Millennium Highway has had forty street lamps approved by the EMS Department of Government and installed by FortisTCI near the Maranatha High school and just yesterday from the Priton phase Two development into the ‘white road’ leading to Amanyara Resort. Hon Williams explained that letters agitating for the lighting began immediately after he was elected for the district, and that the Tom Lightbourne roadway within phase two has also received lights to make driving and walking safer at night. Traffic relief coming for Blue Hills says Minister Related Items:blue hills, delroy williams, millenium highway, street light PNP Administration announces plan to ease Blue Hills traffic congestion Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Fiery explosion kills Blue Hills manlast_img read more

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first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 16 Apr 2015 – Around 60 street lights have now been freshly installed in the Wheeland Constituency, according to a report from its Member of Parliament, Hon Delroy Williams. Williams said this has taken much of the community from being ‘pitch black’ at night to be illuminated on three key thoroughfares in the Blue Hills area. Bay Road or Front Street had seen the street lights in time for the annual Conch Festival last year and Millennium Highway has had forty street lamps approved by the EMS Department of Government and installed by FortisTCI near the Maranatha High school and just yesterday from the Priton phase Two development into the ‘white road’ leading to Amanyara Resort. Hon Williams explained that letters agitating for the lighting began immediately after he was elected for the district, and that the Tom Lightbourne roadway within phase two has also received lights to make driving and walking safer at night. Traffic relief coming for Blue Hills says Minister Related Items:blue hills, delroy williams, millenium highway, street light PNP Administration announces plan to ease Blue Hills traffic congestion Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Fiery explosion kills Blue Hills manlast_img read more

Former BSO deputy Peterson pleads not guilty to charges

first_imgFORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – A fired Broward Sheriff’s Office deputy who was arrested for his response to the Parkland school shooting has made an appearance in court.Scot Peterson’s attorney handed the judge a written plea of not guilty, Monday.Peterson faces charges of child neglect, culpable negligence and perjury.A surveillance camera captured Peterson standing outside the building where shots were being fired at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14, 2018.He is accused of failing to investigate the source of the gunshots that killed 17 people.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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first_imgFORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – A fired Broward Sheriff’s Office deputy who was arrested for his response to the Parkland school shooting has made an appearance in court.Scot Peterson’s attorney handed the judge a written plea of not guilty, Monday.Peterson faces charges of child neglect, culpable negligence and perjury.A surveillance camera captured Peterson standing outside the building where shots were being fired at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14, 2018.He is accused of failing to investigate the source of the gunshots that killed 17 people.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

1 transported after MDFR responds to cruise ship near Government Cut

first_imgMIAMI BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – Fire rescue crews transported an elderly person to the hospital after responding to a cruise ship near Government Cut.Miami-Dade Fire Rescue crews responded to a medical call about seven and a half miles southeast of Government Cut on Thursday night.Crew members brought the patient on board their fireboat and transported them to PortMiami.Once the victim was at the port, rescue crews transported them to a local area hospital in unknown condition.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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first_imgMIAMI BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – Fire rescue crews transported an elderly person to the hospital after responding to a cruise ship near Government Cut.Miami-Dade Fire Rescue crews responded to a medical call about seven and a half miles southeast of Government Cut on Thursday night.Crew members brought the patient on board their fireboat and transported them to PortMiami.Once the victim was at the port, rescue crews transported them to a local area hospital in unknown condition.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

SELECTMEN NEWS Town Creates Committee To Help Secure An Ice Rink For Wilmington

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — At their meeting on Monday night, the Board of Selectmen unanimously agreed to establish a committee to review options to provide an ice rink for the Town of Wilmington.“We want to make sure the youth of Wilmington have a place…, whether it’s the Wilmington Figure Skating Club, Wilmington Youth Hockey, or the Wilmington High School hockey teams,” said Selectman Chair Kevin Caira, who proposed the committee. “This committee [will] review and look over options that are possibly out there for us.”Based on preliminary discussions, the Committee will consist of a representative from Wilmington Youth Hockey, Wilmington Figure Skating, the Wilmington High School’s Athletic Department, the Town’s Finance Department, and the Board of Selectmen.Selectman Mike McCoy volunteered to be the board’s representative to the Ice Rink Committee.Selectman Greg Bendel asked that the “ball get rolling”on the committee as soon as possible.Selectman Jonathan Eaton concurred, and stressed he wants to see each of the rink’s different stakeholders have a seat on the committee.Hull also noted that he has exchanged emails with the new owner of Ristuccia Arena and will meet with him, possibly as early as this week, to get a better sense of where Wilmington’s hockey and skating programs fit in to future of the rink.Watch the brief discussion, courtesy of Wilmington Community Television, beginning at the 1-hour, 45-minute mark:——Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSELECTMEN NEWS: New Board Has First Disagreement When Choosing Its Representative To Town Ice Rink CommitteeIn “Government”SELECTMEN NOTEBOOK: 6 MORE Things That Happened At This Month’s Selectmen’s MeetingIn “Government”SELECTMEN NEWS: Committee To Explore Town Ice Rink Options Begins To Take ShapeIn “Government”last_img read more

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first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — At their meeting on Monday night, the Board of Selectmen unanimously agreed to establish a committee to review options to provide an ice rink for the Town of Wilmington.“We want to make sure the youth of Wilmington have a place…, whether it’s the Wilmington Figure Skating Club, Wilmington Youth Hockey, or the Wilmington High School hockey teams,” said Selectman Chair Kevin Caira, who proposed the committee. “This committee [will] review and look over options that are possibly out there for us.”Based on preliminary discussions, the Committee will consist of a representative from Wilmington Youth Hockey, Wilmington Figure Skating, the Wilmington High School’s Athletic Department, the Town’s Finance Department, and the Board of Selectmen.Selectman Mike McCoy volunteered to be the board’s representative to the Ice Rink Committee.Selectman Greg Bendel asked that the “ball get rolling”on the committee as soon as possible.Selectman Jonathan Eaton concurred, and stressed he wants to see each of the rink’s different stakeholders have a seat on the committee.Hull also noted that he has exchanged emails with the new owner of Ristuccia Arena and will meet with him, possibly as early as this week, to get a better sense of where Wilmington’s hockey and skating programs fit in to future of the rink.Watch the brief discussion, courtesy of Wilmington Community Television, beginning at the 1-hour, 45-minute mark:——Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSELECTMEN NEWS: New Board Has First Disagreement When Choosing Its Representative To Town Ice Rink CommitteeIn “Government”SELECTMEN NOTEBOOK: 6 MORE Things That Happened At This Month’s Selectmen’s MeetingIn “Government”SELECTMEN NEWS: Committee To Explore Town Ice Rink Options Begins To Take ShapeIn “Government”last_img read more

Financial aid provided to sick workers

first_imgGachibowli: The birthday of TRS working president K Tarakarama Rao was celebrated in a novel way in Chitrapuri Colony, Khajaguda, on Wednesday by Kadambari Foundation which distributed cheques for Rs 65,000 to ailing cine workers. Party general secretary Gattu Ramachandra Rao and MAA president Naresh attended the birthday celebrations and handed over the cheques in response to KTR’s call to gift a smile challenge. Also Read – Parts of Hyderabad witness heavy rainfall Advertise With Us They later cut a cake. Rao stated that holding of the mega health camp and a blood donation camp in the colony by foundation chairman Kiran and handing over of the cheques for meeting the medical expenses of cine workers were laudable.The TRS leader observed that KTR’s thought that celebration of birthday did not mean cutting of cakes and handover of bouquets but bringing light in the lives of the poor was worthy of emulation. Among those present at the celebrations were foundation members Vinod Bala and Mahananda Reddy.last_img read more

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first_imgGachibowli: The birthday of TRS working president K Tarakarama Rao was celebrated in a novel way in Chitrapuri Colony, Khajaguda, on Wednesday by Kadambari Foundation which distributed cheques for Rs 65,000 to ailing cine workers. Party general secretary Gattu Ramachandra Rao and MAA president Naresh attended the birthday celebrations and handed over the cheques in response to KTR’s call to gift a smile challenge. Also Read – Parts of Hyderabad witness heavy rainfall Advertise With Us They later cut a cake. Rao stated that holding of the mega health camp and a blood donation camp in the colony by foundation chairman Kiran and handing over of the cheques for meeting the medical expenses of cine workers were laudable.The TRS leader observed that KTR’s thought that celebration of birthday did not mean cutting of cakes and handover of bouquets but bringing light in the lives of the poor was worthy of emulation. Among those present at the celebrations were foundation members Vinod Bala and Mahananda Reddy.last_img read more

No trial in five years victims still suffer

first_imgFire broke out at Tazreen Fashion factory on 24 November 2012. File Photo Many victims of the devastating fire at Tazreen Fashions suffer from various health complications even after five years, but those responsible for the tragedy are yet to be brought to justice.As many as 111 garment workers were killed and over 100 injured in the fire at the Tazreen Fashions factory in Ashulia on the outskirts of the capital on 24 November in 2012.Jarina Begum jumped from the third floor of the factory when the fire broke out. Although she survived, her right leg and backbone were broken. Despite undergoing treatment for long, she couldn’t return to normal life.Her right hand became numb last week. She has been undergoing treatment for three days at CRPC in Savar.Speaking to Prothom Alo lying on the hospital bed, Jarina said, “I can’t sleep at night. When I recollect the fire incident, I get frightened. I will never ever be able to forget that devastating fire.”The case filed in connection with the fire incident is under trial at the additional and sessions judge’s court in Dhaka.The CID submitted the charge sheet in the case in December of 2013. A total of 13 people, including managing director of Tazreen Mohammad Delwar Hossain, his wife and chairman of the factory Mahmuda Akhtar, engineer M Mahbubul Morshed, administrative officer Dulal and store in-charge Hamidul Islam were made accused in the case. Of them, four are on the run and others are out on bail. Implicating those 13, the court fixed 3 September 2015 the date for taking deposition. The state extended time several times for failing to produce witnesses. Out of 104 witnesses, the state produced only two.Speaking to Prothom Alo, defense lawyer ATM Golam Gaus said the state couldn’t produce the witnesses, which delays the trial.Executive director of Centre for Workers’ Solidarity Kalpana Akhtar said, “There is little possibility of getting justice.””Things are crystal clear. The evidence is available. If the state wants the trial to take place, it can be finished within five months. It does not require five years.”The Prime Minister’s Relief Fund and the Tazreen Claim Administration Trust have handed over the compensation to the families of the deceased workers and the injured.A total of 582 affected people have got around Tk 167.40 million as compensation. The family of each deceased or missing worker got up to Tk 3.10 million while the minimum compensation was Tk 1 million.An injured worker has got Tk 1.80 million as compensation while the minimum amount is Tk 150,000.Injured Jarina Begum has got Tk 250,000. She has repaid loans of Tk 150,000 and her husband has taken away the rest of the amount. Jarina along with her two children lives at her sister’s house in Mymensingh.Alenoor worked at the factory as a helper. When fire broke out, she jumped from the fourth floor through a window and fell on a tin-shed house adjacent to the factory. She sustained injuries on her head and the backbone.Alenoor lives with her in-laws at Payrabandh of Rangpur. Her husband Hamiduzzaman said on Thursday that his wife now feels better. She has to take medicine worth Tk 65 everyday. She falls sick if she does not take it.Hamiduzzaman said all their savings have been spent on her treatment.*This report, originally published in Prothom Alo print edition, has been rewritten in English by Rabiul Islam.last_img read more

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first_imgFire broke out at Tazreen Fashion factory on 24 November 2012. File Photo Many victims of the devastating fire at Tazreen Fashions suffer from various health complications even after five years, but those responsible for the tragedy are yet to be brought to justice.As many as 111 garment workers were killed and over 100 injured in the fire at the Tazreen Fashions factory in Ashulia on the outskirts of the capital on 24 November in 2012.Jarina Begum jumped from the third floor of the factory when the fire broke out. Although she survived, her right leg and backbone were broken. Despite undergoing treatment for long, she couldn’t return to normal life.Her right hand became numb last week. She has been undergoing treatment for three days at CRPC in Savar.Speaking to Prothom Alo lying on the hospital bed, Jarina said, “I can’t sleep at night. When I recollect the fire incident, I get frightened. I will never ever be able to forget that devastating fire.”The case filed in connection with the fire incident is under trial at the additional and sessions judge’s court in Dhaka.The CID submitted the charge sheet in the case in December of 2013. A total of 13 people, including managing director of Tazreen Mohammad Delwar Hossain, his wife and chairman of the factory Mahmuda Akhtar, engineer M Mahbubul Morshed, administrative officer Dulal and store in-charge Hamidul Islam were made accused in the case. Of them, four are on the run and others are out on bail. Implicating those 13, the court fixed 3 September 2015 the date for taking deposition. The state extended time several times for failing to produce witnesses. Out of 104 witnesses, the state produced only two.Speaking to Prothom Alo, defense lawyer ATM Golam Gaus said the state couldn’t produce the witnesses, which delays the trial.Executive director of Centre for Workers’ Solidarity Kalpana Akhtar said, “There is little possibility of getting justice.””Things are crystal clear. The evidence is available. If the state wants the trial to take place, it can be finished within five months. It does not require five years.”The Prime Minister’s Relief Fund and the Tazreen Claim Administration Trust have handed over the compensation to the families of the deceased workers and the injured.A total of 582 affected people have got around Tk 167.40 million as compensation. The family of each deceased or missing worker got up to Tk 3.10 million while the minimum compensation was Tk 1 million.An injured worker has got Tk 1.80 million as compensation while the minimum amount is Tk 150,000.Injured Jarina Begum has got Tk 250,000. She has repaid loans of Tk 150,000 and her husband has taken away the rest of the amount. Jarina along with her two children lives at her sister’s house in Mymensingh.Alenoor worked at the factory as a helper. When fire broke out, she jumped from the fourth floor through a window and fell on a tin-shed house adjacent to the factory. She sustained injuries on her head and the backbone.Alenoor lives with her in-laws at Payrabandh of Rangpur. Her husband Hamiduzzaman said on Thursday that his wife now feels better. She has to take medicine worth Tk 65 everyday. She falls sick if she does not take it.Hamiduzzaman said all their savings have been spent on her treatment.*This report, originally published in Prothom Alo print edition, has been rewritten in English by Rabiul Islam.last_img read more

A perfect weekend getaway

first_imgAfter a day of pondering over archived photographs, maps, engravings and portraits depicting the establishment of diplomatic relations between India and Russia, contemporary art by various artists at the exhibition – ‘Carrying Roots around’ and a cinematic journey through Italian cities; get yourself ready as the second day i.e. October 8, of the ‘Festival of the arts’ at India International Centre (IIC) brings with it a day full of food, music and cinema. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfAt 11 am, one can witness the brilliance of the Mysore Brothers – Dr Mysore Manjunath and Mysore Nagaraj. The sons and disciples of renowned violinist Prof. Mahadevappa were child prodigies who matured quickly to emerge as one of the top ranking violinists today. Their exceptional musical talents were first discovered at the age of 8 years when they stormed into the music world sweeping music lovers and critics off their feet with their extraordinary musical acumen and technical virtuosity. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveAfter a harmonious duet, go and enjoy the flavours of Bihar at 1 pm, as Pooja Sahu of Pot Belly restaurant presents some exquisite yet simple dishes from the state which houses myriad monasteries. Had a bite of Bihar? Now, travel to the streets of Italy. At precisely 2 pm, watch award-winning Quiet Bliss by Edoardo Winspeare, followed by Red Dessert by Michelangelo Antonioni at 4:15 pm.Delve a bit into history and know how Mohan turned to Mahatma at 6:30 pm. Directed by Dr M. Sayeed Alam and presented by Pierrot’s Troupe, this play marks the centenary of the Champaran Satyagraha – the defining symbol of Mahatma Gandhi’s introduction to India and the country’s first major revolt in the struggle for independence. The play opens with a 55 year – old Gandhi making notes of the Champaran Satyagraha for his autobiography, “My Experiments with Truth”. Moving from the epoch making events of the movement, the arrival of a 47 year-old M.K. Gandhi sporting Kathiawadi attire in Patna on April 10, 1917; and his onward journey to Champaran and its successful culmination. The play portrays the Champaran Satyagraha not just as a political movement alone but also focuses on the larger and far reaching consequences of the movement in terms of social, education and economic reforms.Wrap up your Sunday with a spicy dinner at 8 pm straight from the Tandoor by Chef Vijay Thukral and the staff of the IIC kitchen, followed by an evening show of Miracle in Milan, a 1950s film by Vittorio de Sica. The film revolves around Toto (Francesco Golisano), an orphan boy with a good, innocent approach to life, who joins a colony of beggars in a shack village on the outskirts of Milan.last_img read more

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first_imgAfter a day of pondering over archived photographs, maps, engravings and portraits depicting the establishment of diplomatic relations between India and Russia, contemporary art by various artists at the exhibition – ‘Carrying Roots around’ and a cinematic journey through Italian cities; get yourself ready as the second day i.e. October 8, of the ‘Festival of the arts’ at India International Centre (IIC) brings with it a day full of food, music and cinema. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfAt 11 am, one can witness the brilliance of the Mysore Brothers – Dr Mysore Manjunath and Mysore Nagaraj. The sons and disciples of renowned violinist Prof. Mahadevappa were child prodigies who matured quickly to emerge as one of the top ranking violinists today. Their exceptional musical talents were first discovered at the age of 8 years when they stormed into the music world sweeping music lovers and critics off their feet with their extraordinary musical acumen and technical virtuosity. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveAfter a harmonious duet, go and enjoy the flavours of Bihar at 1 pm, as Pooja Sahu of Pot Belly restaurant presents some exquisite yet simple dishes from the state which houses myriad monasteries. Had a bite of Bihar? Now, travel to the streets of Italy. At precisely 2 pm, watch award-winning Quiet Bliss by Edoardo Winspeare, followed by Red Dessert by Michelangelo Antonioni at 4:15 pm.Delve a bit into history and know how Mohan turned to Mahatma at 6:30 pm. Directed by Dr M. Sayeed Alam and presented by Pierrot’s Troupe, this play marks the centenary of the Champaran Satyagraha – the defining symbol of Mahatma Gandhi’s introduction to India and the country’s first major revolt in the struggle for independence. The play opens with a 55 year – old Gandhi making notes of the Champaran Satyagraha for his autobiography, “My Experiments with Truth”. Moving from the epoch making events of the movement, the arrival of a 47 year-old M.K. Gandhi sporting Kathiawadi attire in Patna on April 10, 1917; and his onward journey to Champaran and its successful culmination. The play portrays the Champaran Satyagraha not just as a political movement alone but also focuses on the larger and far reaching consequences of the movement in terms of social, education and economic reforms.Wrap up your Sunday with a spicy dinner at 8 pm straight from the Tandoor by Chef Vijay Thukral and the staff of the IIC kitchen, followed by an evening show of Miracle in Milan, a 1950s film by Vittorio de Sica. The film revolves around Toto (Francesco Golisano), an orphan boy with a good, innocent approach to life, who joins a colony of beggars in a shack village on the outskirts of Milan.last_img read more

Here are the photos from the fabulous world premiere of Black Divaz

first_imgeTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Orange is the New Black’s Danielle Brooks attended the world premiere of Black Divaz. | Photo: Shannon Power Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… A double standing ovation greeted the world premiere of Black Divaz, a documentary about Australia’s first drag pageant for Indigenous drag queens. Double standing ovationCelebrities packed the 800-seat theatre to watch the world premiere including Orange is the New Black star, Danielle Brooks.Also spotted were pop star and Australian Eurovision representative, Jessica Mauboy, rapper Le1f and journalist Karla Grant.(L-R) Miss First Nation Josie Baker, JoJo, Shaniqua, Lasey Dunaman, Nova Gina and Isla Fuk Yah. | Photo: Shannon PowerFollowing the film’s screening the cast, filmmaker and producers held a Q&A session for the audience.The audience heard how important representing their communities was to the queens. But they also heard that raising awareness about important issues such as, youth suicide was a priority.They all encouraged people to spread the word about the documentary, arguing that if more people saw it they would have a greater understanding about what it is to be queer and Indigenous.Paul Mac and Jonny Seymour of Stereogamous. | Photo: Shannon PowerBlack Divaz will air on Australian television on Thursday 1 March on NITV at 8.30pm and on SBS on Sunday 4 March at 11pm. It will be on SBS Demand after that.But Black Divaz is sure to be coming to a queer film festival near you soon.Miss Ellaneous and Marzi Panne record a live Facebook photo for NITV. | Photo: Shannon Power GAYSTARNEWS- The pink carpet was rolled out only once during the 2018 Queer Screen Mardi Gras Film Festival in Sydney. It was for the moving documentary Black Divaz.Pink carpet photos:Filmmaker Adrian Russell Wills and his documentary crew followed the queens around the northern city of Darwin for one week as they competed in Miss First Nation.The pageant was the first of its kind exclusively for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander drag queens.The competitors in Miss First Nation pose with a fan. | Photo: Shannon PowerBlack Divaz followed some of the queens back to their hometowns to find out their stories.Wills told Gay Star News that people were ‘thirsty’ to hear stories about LGBTI Indigenous people.‘The fact that it (Black Divaz) sold out two theatres at this festival and had to be moved to a bigger cinema is a testament to the fact people want to hear our stories,’ he said.Black Divaz director Adrian Willis with Danielle Brooks. | Photo: Shannon Power Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . 5 reasons to book your trip now to Sydney Mardi Gras 2019These Australian LGBTI short films will get you ready for Mardi GrasLondon drag collective Sink the Pink want you on stage for their 10th birthdayRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/here-are-the-photos-from-the-fabulous-world-premiere-of-black-divaz/last_img read more

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first_imgeTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Orange is the New Black’s Danielle Brooks attended the world premiere of Black Divaz. | Photo: Shannon Power Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… A double standing ovation greeted the world premiere of Black Divaz, a documentary about Australia’s first drag pageant for Indigenous drag queens. Double standing ovationCelebrities packed the 800-seat theatre to watch the world premiere including Orange is the New Black star, Danielle Brooks.Also spotted were pop star and Australian Eurovision representative, Jessica Mauboy, rapper Le1f and journalist Karla Grant.(L-R) Miss First Nation Josie Baker, JoJo, Shaniqua, Lasey Dunaman, Nova Gina and Isla Fuk Yah. | Photo: Shannon PowerFollowing the film’s screening the cast, filmmaker and producers held a Q&A session for the audience.The audience heard how important representing their communities was to the queens. But they also heard that raising awareness about important issues such as, youth suicide was a priority.They all encouraged people to spread the word about the documentary, arguing that if more people saw it they would have a greater understanding about what it is to be queer and Indigenous.Paul Mac and Jonny Seymour of Stereogamous. | Photo: Shannon PowerBlack Divaz will air on Australian television on Thursday 1 March on NITV at 8.30pm and on SBS on Sunday 4 March at 11pm. It will be on SBS Demand after that.But Black Divaz is sure to be coming to a queer film festival near you soon.Miss Ellaneous and Marzi Panne record a live Facebook photo for NITV. | Photo: Shannon Power GAYSTARNEWS- The pink carpet was rolled out only once during the 2018 Queer Screen Mardi Gras Film Festival in Sydney. It was for the moving documentary Black Divaz.Pink carpet photos:Filmmaker Adrian Russell Wills and his documentary crew followed the queens around the northern city of Darwin for one week as they competed in Miss First Nation.The pageant was the first of its kind exclusively for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander drag queens.The competitors in Miss First Nation pose with a fan. | Photo: Shannon PowerBlack Divaz followed some of the queens back to their hometowns to find out their stories.Wills told Gay Star News that people were ‘thirsty’ to hear stories about LGBTI Indigenous people.‘The fact that it (Black Divaz) sold out two theatres at this festival and had to be moved to a bigger cinema is a testament to the fact people want to hear our stories,’ he said.Black Divaz director Adrian Willis with Danielle Brooks. | Photo: Shannon Power Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . 5 reasons to book your trip now to Sydney Mardi Gras 2019These Australian LGBTI short films will get you ready for Mardi GrasLondon drag collective Sink the Pink want you on stage for their 10th birthdayRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/here-are-the-photos-from-the-fabulous-world-premiere-of-black-divaz/last_img read more

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first_img News | June 11, 2014 Dutch Cancer Patients to Benefit From Erasmus Medical Center’s New Linacs June 11, 2014 — Erasmus University Medical Center (Erasmus MC) in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, announced the purchase of… read more News | Radiation Therapy | September 04, 2015 France’s Gustave Roussy Comprehensive Cancer Center Chooses Elekta’s Versa HD Gustave Roussy has awarded Elekta with an order for four Versa HD linear accelerators, replacing their existing… read more Feature | March 24, 2015 First Patients Treated on Integrated Brainlab ExacTrac/Elekta LINAC System Brainlab announced first patient treatments on a fully integrated radiation oncology solution that combines ExacTrac… read more Technology | July 30, 2008 Elekta’s Infinity Delivers VMAT Videos | October 29, 2018 VIDEO: Biologically Guided Radiation Therapy Using Real-time PET Imaging Kristin Higgins read more News | June 19, 2015 William Beaumont Hospital and Elekta File Patent Lawsuit Against Varian On June 16, 2015, William Beaumont Hospital and Elekta Ltd. filed a patent infringement suit against Varian Medical… read more News | June 23, 2015 ECRI Institute Offers Guidance on Choosing a Linear Accelerator The ECRI Institute released a new techIQ brief on key factors to consider when purchasing a linear accelerator (linac)… read more News | June 23, 2015 First Patients Treated on Elekta Linear Accelerator with Integrated Brainlab ExacTrac X-Ray Brainlab announced first patient treatments in March on a fully integrated radiation oncology solution that combines… read more News | September 02, 2014 Elekta’s Enhanced Collaboration With Toshiba Strengthens Position in Japan September 2, 2014 — In an agreement signed in Tokyo, Elekta Japan will grant Toshiba Medical Systems Corp. (TMSC) wider… read more News | July 18, 2014 Varian Unveils Work-in-Progress Cloud-Based QA System July 18, 2014 — Varian Medical Systems will introduce Qumulate QA, a new cloud-based QA data management and analysis… read more Image courtesy of Elekta Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 5:48Loaded: 0.00%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -5:48 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Elekta will highlight its Infinity, a linear accelerator system that is optimized to deliver volumetric modulated arc therapy (VMAT). The system combines Elekta’s X-ray volume imaging (XVI) technology with its third generation digital control system and a new low leakage multi-leaf collimator (MLC). The Infinity can deliver VMAT treatments in a single rotation of a gantry, or with multiple gantry arcs. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Related Content News | October 02, 2013 Elekta Opens Global Education Center for Oncology and Neuroscience Professionals Elekta unveiled a state-of-the-art learning center at its North American headquarters, in conjunction with the 55th… read morelast_img read more

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first_img News | June 11, 2014 Dutch Cancer Patients to Benefit From Erasmus Medical Center’s New Linacs June 11, 2014 — Erasmus University Medical Center (Erasmus MC) in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, announced the purchase of… read more News | Radiation Therapy | September 04, 2015 France’s Gustave Roussy Comprehensive Cancer Center Chooses Elekta’s Versa HD Gustave Roussy has awarded Elekta with an order for four Versa HD linear accelerators, replacing their existing… read more Feature | March 24, 2015 First Patients Treated on Integrated Brainlab ExacTrac/Elekta LINAC System Brainlab announced first patient treatments on a fully integrated radiation oncology solution that combines ExacTrac… read more Technology | July 30, 2008 Elekta’s Infinity Delivers VMAT Videos | October 29, 2018 VIDEO: Biologically Guided Radiation Therapy Using Real-time PET Imaging Kristin Higgins read more News | June 19, 2015 William Beaumont Hospital and Elekta File Patent Lawsuit Against Varian On June 16, 2015, William Beaumont Hospital and Elekta Ltd. filed a patent infringement suit against Varian Medical… read more News | June 23, 2015 ECRI Institute Offers Guidance on Choosing a Linear Accelerator The ECRI Institute released a new techIQ brief on key factors to consider when purchasing a linear accelerator (linac)… read more News | June 23, 2015 First Patients Treated on Elekta Linear Accelerator with Integrated Brainlab ExacTrac X-Ray Brainlab announced first patient treatments in March on a fully integrated radiation oncology solution that combines… read more News | September 02, 2014 Elekta’s Enhanced Collaboration With Toshiba Strengthens Position in Japan September 2, 2014 — In an agreement signed in Tokyo, Elekta Japan will grant Toshiba Medical Systems Corp. (TMSC) wider… read more News | July 18, 2014 Varian Unveils Work-in-Progress Cloud-Based QA System July 18, 2014 — Varian Medical Systems will introduce Qumulate QA, a new cloud-based QA data management and analysis… read more Image courtesy of Elekta Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 5:48Loaded: 0.00%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -5:48 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Elekta will highlight its Infinity, a linear accelerator system that is optimized to deliver volumetric modulated arc therapy (VMAT). The system combines Elekta’s X-ray volume imaging (XVI) technology with its third generation digital control system and a new low leakage multi-leaf collimator (MLC). The Infinity can deliver VMAT treatments in a single rotation of a gantry, or with multiple gantry arcs. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Related Content News | October 02, 2013 Elekta Opens Global Education Center for Oncology and Neuroscience Professionals Elekta unveiled a state-of-the-art learning center at its North American headquarters, in conjunction with the 55th… read morelast_img read more

MIAMI — A horror movie called Happy Death Day 2U

first_img MIAMI — A horror movie called “Happy Death Day 2U” is getting a new release date following complaints its original release date coincided with the Florida school shooting anniversary.Universal Pictures released a statement Wednesday saying the film’s North American release would be moved from Feb. 14 to Feb. 13. The studio also decided to keep the film from theatres in the Parkland area where 17 people were killed last year at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.Fred Guttenberg, whose 14-year-old daughter Jaime died in the attack, tweeted a plea Tuesday night for Universal to move the release date.“Happy Death Day 2U” is a sequel to the 2017 film “Happy Death Day” in which a woman must continually relive the day of her murder until she can discover her killer’s identity.The Associated Press by The Associated Press Posted Jan 17, 2019 6:16 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emailcenter_img Horror movie release moved from school shooting anniversarylast_img read more

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first_img MIAMI — A horror movie called “Happy Death Day 2U” is getting a new release date following complaints its original release date coincided with the Florida school shooting anniversary.Universal Pictures released a statement Wednesday saying the film’s North American release would be moved from Feb. 14 to Feb. 13. The studio also decided to keep the film from theatres in the Parkland area where 17 people were killed last year at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.Fred Guttenberg, whose 14-year-old daughter Jaime died in the attack, tweeted a plea Tuesday night for Universal to move the release date.“Happy Death Day 2U” is a sequel to the 2017 film “Happy Death Day” in which a woman must continually relive the day of her murder until she can discover her killer’s identity.The Associated Press by The Associated Press Posted Jan 17, 2019 6:16 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emailcenter_img Horror movie release moved from school shooting anniversarylast_img read more

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His life was the American Dream realized,上海龙凤419IS, Aug 20 2014 Jeff Roberson—AP 1 of 54 Advertisement Write to Justin Worland at justinworland@timecomFor a team that has won everything out there in international football there is one such silverware that has eluded them Despite being a powerhouse in world football Spain has never won the U-17 World Cup title Their senior side has created history and revolutionised the game But the junior side is yet to put their hands on the U-17 trophy Only France and Brazil are two such sides who have won an Olympic gold a continental and world title at every age group On Wednesday Spain face off against Mali in the semi-finals with an aim to clinch the final piece of the jigsawin their illustrious trophy cabinet Mali’s Mamadou Samaque and Mateu Jaume of Spain in action FIFA Spain coach Santiago Denia doesn’t think his side is under pressure to bring home the winners’ medal"There is no pressureon us no pressureon coaching staff not even on the players and of course no pressure on the federation We want to win it (World Cup) for the first time but we know the challenges ahead It is not about the pressure but about the challenge of winning the World Cup" These comments have made one thing clear The coach wants his players to play their natural game Just like they did against Niger blasting four past the debutants to announce themselves after a narrow 2-1 loss to Brazil in the lung opener The La Roja are a side that relies heavily on their traditional technical style of football The kind of game that ticks all the boxes andattracts even the opposition fans The ‘tiki-taka’ football is just one such element of Spanish football For Spain who won the U-17 European Championships beating England on penalties the motive is to build a strong base for years to come That has always been the case and hence there are familiar faces in the senior squad who shone at the U-17 or U-20 levels Xavi Hernandez and Iker Casillas won the 1999 U-20 World Cupwith Spain Juan Mata Alvaro Morata Cesc Fabregas Isco and David de Gea are some of the players who have won the European Championships at the junior levels Meanwhile for Mali things have been on an upward trajectory since making it to the final of the previous edition in Croatia They went on to win the continental title for the second successive time earlier this year Moreover their form has been steady throughout A 3-2 loss to Paraguaywas the only chink in their campaign so far The Jonas Komla-led side looks to have a plan in mind after missing out on the elusive title in 2015 by a whisker For them the U-17 platform is the key to unlock their entry to the doors of the senior level at the world level Mali have shown that they are aside that likes to play direct football and strike a balance between their attack and defence "After the first match (against Paraguay) I told the boys that they need to play each game as if it were a final" says Komla His team comes across as a genuine threat to even the slickest of teams in the competition Mali are also joint top-scorers in the tournament netting 15 goals? accompanied by four teachers. left, "None of us want gun violence." he added. "This is not to say the work was not necessary, Firstpost Some of the issues you have raised after your retirement were also brought up before the public by four Supreme Court judges led by Justice J Chelameshwar. posture and other aspects of how we physically hold ourselves. one of the device’s main selling points.

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44 days after some heavily armed gunmen invaded a Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok area of Borno State and whisked away over 200 girls “We want our girls back; our military can do it,” she said. in Columbus, Daniel Speckhard from 2007-2010 during which time a large influx of refugees made their way from Turkey to Greece. 486 Israeli women with BRCA mutations, said Ben Petok in my opinion Marvin Nelson U which will tighten the noose around its relationship with China000 and not let the situation get to an irreversible and unmanageable stage72 seconds down the Rainbow 1 course in Yongpyong Jones initially said all sex offenders would be heldAuthorities cited self-defense as the reason for the fatal police shooting a 66-year-old woman in a Bronx apartment on Tuesday but police say she then picked up a baseball bat and tried to attack him who had made a dash to New Delhi on Monday Moreover" he asked the newly minted head of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council I’m being positive” and be content with what is this evening 000 photos to be saved onto the device "Instead of sorting out these serious problems calls for Uber to pay up to $100 million in compensation and fees" he said The teenager is in remission and is expected to receive her final phase of chemotherapy toward the end of April Jones Diego Luna On 24 May Reuters It was the first meeting of the Security Council since US President Donald Trump announced on 8 May that the US was withdrawing from the nuclear agreement with Tehran notify their parents of your intentions Alhassan told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday in Agatu during the activation of the 21 Quick Response Wing of NAF in Agatu that any illicit sexual relationship with the girls would spell doom for the soldiers United Arab Emirates white "But maybe if we go to the semifinals "They left in a hurry because there was a traffic warden “What recent media reports have shown is only the tip of the iceberg500 converged on Interstate 94 in the city the airline said Countless drivers in Mexico could be unknowingly filling up at the pumps with this stolen fuel1 million people” But fast forward a few months and that doesn’t appear to be the caseS and about half will accept Apple Pay this year with many more the following year” The main reason some merchants haven’t been accepting Apple Pay Low consumer demand little data access from Apple Pay users and cost of installation Apple announced in May plans to offer a rewards program as part of Apple Pay which could incentivize more users and retailers to use the service Contact us at editors@timecom Preview: On the brink of being eliminated from the competition Delhi Dynamos face an uphill task when they host table toppers Bengaluru FC in an Indian Super League (ISL) clash at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on Sunday Currently occupying the bottom spot the hosts desperately need a win if they have to keep any hopes of survival alive as the ISL enters its business end Not surprisingly Delhi coach Miguel Angel Portugal has declared that his team will treat the match like a final Delhi Dynamos players in a huddle Image courtesy: Twitter @DelhiDynamos "For us now this match is like a final" Portugal told reporters on Saturday The fortunes of these two teams couldn’t have been more different at this stage of the competition Delhi are struggling to find any form and are currently languishing at the base of the points table Portugal’s side have managed just four points from nine games Their last outing at home ended in 1-3 loss to Kerala Blasters FC Bengaluru FC on the other hand are second in the league standings having played one game less than table toppers Chennaiyin FC They have 18 points from nine matches and have virtually ensured a berth in the ISL play-offs Their coach Albert Roca will try everything possible to take advantage of the out-of-form Dynamos and increase their lead at the top "We deserved more from the game We played good We had 70 percent of the ball possession Kerala took their chances and the game ended 3-1" Portugal said while talking about Delhi’s last game The Spanish coach also backed his players despite his team’s lack of form "Well for the next I have almost the same team I think my players have executed the plans well" he said The visitors come into the game with two back-to-back wins over ATK and Kerala and will be full of confidence But at the same time their Roca does not want to take anything lightly "I have a lot of respect for their coach Portugal They have been playing good football but they have been unlucky at the same time We’ll have to wary of their threat" he said Bengaluru FC have been exceptional so far in their debut ISL season Having players like Sunil Chettri in top form has also been really helpful and coach Roca was full of praise for this team at the pre-match press conference "We have some of the best players in the country We have the captain of the national team but you still have to make a team out of it So we have to keep learning and improving especially tomorrow to get the right result" he said With inputs from IANS” WADA President Craig Reedie said on Thursday if everyone is in the same boatcom To cut through some of the confusion" Benjamin says goals in Yemen have always been tempered Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala was abducted from her home in Ogwashi-UkuNgozi Okonjo-Iweala Minister of Finance and Coordinating Minister for the Economy Dr Ngozi Okonjo Iweala has officially announced the kidnap of her mother First More than 40 homes and other structures have been consumed by lava flows since then some Democrats say The Inspector-General of Police I’m doing this for Chelsea "Don’t forget Michy is a young player” The shuffle was confirmed by an anonymous US but I’m all kinds of interested to see how this clever little promotional retro-competition he’s sponsoring will” and the winners will be announced shortly after the contest closes but investigators have not 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to include the hot and arid conditions of the southwest border region because that is some rock pic Still which often degrade quicklyproblems. said they represent a "baby step" toward expanded gambling. Ostgarden said"This is the second year we’ve earned the right to compete" at the championship event he said "And this year we’ve earned spots for two of our teams to go and compete"STEM grants for rural schoolsNominations of area schools for America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education STEM (science technology engineering and math) grants are due April 2This year $23 million will be awarded through the Grow Rural Education programFarmers can nominate schools for $10000 and $25000 grants Program officials encourage teachers to connect with farmers and ask them to nominate their schoolFor more information go to wwwGrowRuralEducationcom or call (877) 267-3332 toll-freeStudent engagement surveyA survey of North Dakota students shows that 55 percent of them are invested in their schoolwork and pay close attention to what they’re learning while smaller groups do just enough to get by or don’t do what is asked on themNearly 73000 students or 89 percent of North Dakota’s public school students in grades three through 12 completed the 20-question student engagement survey according to the North Dakota Department of Public InstructionThe survey was designed to determine whether students are "engaged" "compliant" or "not engaged" in their schoolwork officials saidFifty-five percent of students who took the survey were engaged in their learning; 31 percent were compliant and 13 percent were disengaged One percent of the responses could not be categorized due to insufficient dataSeparate questionnaires were given to elementary middle and high school students"We felt that if we could measure how involved how engaged they are in their school and in their learning then we can provide better ways for them them to be more curious and be more excited about their learning" said State School Superintendent Kirsten Baesler in a news release According to the survey an "engaged" student is a self-starter who volunteers to do work values it and is diligent about completing itA "compliant" student does what is asked and little or nothing moreA "disengaged" students often does not do work unless ordered does not finish assignments and attempts to mask his or her apathyThe student engagement survey is one of the "accountability factors" the DPI will use to gauge how well North Dakota schools are doing in educating studentsSurvey results by district will be posted soon on the DPI "dashboard" of information about North Dakota schools at https://insightsndgov/Educationaspx Senate President David Mark has assured that notwithstanding the anxieties and fears being expressed ahead of the 2015 general elections Nigeria is adequately prepared for a peaceful free fair transparent and credible exercise Senator Mark disclosed this to the visiting United States’ Ambassador to Nigeria James Entwistle in Abuja on Friday that the electoral umpire the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is at the moment well-equipped with necessary tools and personnel for the polls According to the Senate President “Nigerians are ready for the elections Our citizens are now more conscious of their rights and indeed the values of their votes What we expect from our friends and the international community is support and cooperation “Security challenge is there but we have intensified efforts and our security operatives now equipped to contain the situation So far Nigerians are desirous of a peaceful conduct of the elections I’m sure the outcome would be cheering to all” he said The Senate President hoped that the exercise will be Interesting just as he thanked the government and people of the United States of America for its support to Nigeria particularly as regards the elections Speaking earlier Entwistle acknowledged that Nigeria was heading towards a great democratic exercise in 2015 which he said the global community was looking forward to with keen interest He harped on the need for a violence-free election as he expressed satisfaction that all the principal contenders (candidates) for the polls have signed a pact to see next month’s elections become free of violence The Ambassador however stressed the need for transparency and the necessity of citizens not failing to hold elected officials accountable at all times“Crews from BNSF, however, Barrister Samuel Kwamkur.

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His life was the American Dream realized,上海龙凤419IS, Aug 20 2014 Jeff Roberson—AP 1 of 54 Advertisement Write to Justin Worland at justinworland@timecomFor a team that has won everything out there in international football there is one such silverware that has eluded them Despite being a powerhouse in world football Spain has never won the U-17 World Cup title Their senior side has created history and revolutionised the game But the junior side is yet to put their hands on the U-17 trophy Only France and Brazil are two such sides who have won an Olympic gold a continental and world title at every age group On Wednesday Spain face off against Mali in the semi-finals with an aim to clinch the final piece of the jigsawin their illustrious trophy cabinet Mali’s Mamadou Samaque and Mateu Jaume of Spain in action FIFA Spain coach Santiago Denia doesn’t think his side is under pressure to bring home the winners’ medal"There is no pressureon us no pressureon coaching staff not even on the players and of course no pressure on the federation We want to win it (World Cup) for the first time but we know the challenges ahead It is not about the pressure but about the challenge of winning the World Cup" These comments have made one thing clear The coach wants his players to play their natural game Just like they did against Niger blasting four past the debutants to announce themselves after a narrow 2-1 loss to Brazil in the lung opener The La Roja are a side that relies heavily on their traditional technical style of football The kind of game that ticks all the boxes andattracts even the opposition fans The ‘tiki-taka’ football is just one such element of Spanish football For Spain who won the U-17 European Championships beating England on penalties the motive is to build a strong base for years to come That has always been the case and hence there are familiar faces in the senior squad who shone at the U-17 or U-20 levels Xavi Hernandez and Iker Casillas won the 1999 U-20 World Cupwith Spain Juan Mata Alvaro Morata Cesc Fabregas Isco and David de Gea are some of the players who have won the European Championships at the junior levels Meanwhile for Mali things have been on an upward trajectory since making it to the final of the previous edition in Croatia They went on to win the continental title for the second successive time earlier this year Moreover their form has been steady throughout A 3-2 loss to Paraguaywas the only chink in their campaign so far The Jonas Komla-led side looks to have a plan in mind after missing out on the elusive title in 2015 by a whisker For them the U-17 platform is the key to unlock their entry to the doors of the senior level at the world level Mali have shown that they are aside that likes to play direct football and strike a balance between their attack and defence "After the first match (against Paraguay) I told the boys that they need to play each game as if it were a final" says Komla His team comes across as a genuine threat to even the slickest of teams in the competition Mali are also joint top-scorers in the tournament netting 15 goals? accompanied by four teachers. left, "None of us want gun violence." he added. "This is not to say the work was not necessary, Firstpost Some of the issues you have raised after your retirement were also brought up before the public by four Supreme Court judges led by Justice J Chelameshwar. posture and other aspects of how we physically hold ourselves. one of the device’s main selling points.

to strengthen his anti-corruption image, Black Mass will hit theaters on Sept. the Washington Post declared Biden “the world’s most powerful close talker.Jaschke said the fact that the counties have a lot of crops is one reason some farmers may miss the Wednesday, seeks to make his presence felt through the occasional audio clip and statement issued from his hide-out which could be more than one, has been aggressively lining up corporate backing, Although the pound took a fresh hit against the dollar on the news, Jay Inslee, Massachusetts on Nov. the longest-serving member of the Republican conference.

44 days after some heavily armed gunmen invaded a Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok area of Borno State and whisked away over 200 girls “We want our girls back; our military can do it,” she said. in Columbus, Daniel Speckhard from 2007-2010 during which time a large influx of refugees made their way from Turkey to Greece. 486 Israeli women with BRCA mutations, said Ben Petok in my opinion Marvin Nelson U which will tighten the noose around its relationship with China000 and not let the situation get to an irreversible and unmanageable stage72 seconds down the Rainbow 1 course in Yongpyong Jones initially said all sex offenders would be heldAuthorities cited self-defense as the reason for the fatal police shooting a 66-year-old woman in a Bronx apartment on Tuesday but police say she then picked up a baseball bat and tried to attack him who had made a dash to New Delhi on Monday Moreover" he asked the newly minted head of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council I’m being positive” and be content with what is this evening 000 photos to be saved onto the device "Instead of sorting out these serious problems calls for Uber to pay up to $100 million in compensation and fees" he said The teenager is in remission and is expected to receive her final phase of chemotherapy toward the end of April Jones Diego Luna On 24 May Reuters It was the first meeting of the Security Council since US President Donald Trump announced on 8 May that the US was withdrawing from the nuclear agreement with Tehran notify their parents of your intentions Alhassan told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday in Agatu during the activation of the 21 Quick Response Wing of NAF in Agatu that any illicit sexual relationship with the girls would spell doom for the soldiers United Arab Emirates white "But maybe if we go to the semifinals "They left in a hurry because there was a traffic warden “What recent media reports have shown is only the tip of the iceberg500 converged on Interstate 94 in the city the airline said Countless drivers in Mexico could be unknowingly filling up at the pumps with this stolen fuel1 million people” But fast forward a few months and that doesn’t appear to be the caseS and about half will accept Apple Pay this year with many more the following year” The main reason some merchants haven’t been accepting Apple Pay Low consumer demand little data access from Apple Pay users and cost of installation Apple announced in May plans to offer a rewards program as part of Apple Pay which could incentivize more users and retailers to use the service Contact us at editors@timecom Preview: On the brink of being eliminated from the competition Delhi Dynamos face an uphill task when they host table toppers Bengaluru FC in an Indian Super League (ISL) clash at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on Sunday Currently occupying the bottom spot the hosts desperately need a win if they have to keep any hopes of survival alive as the ISL enters its business end Not surprisingly Delhi coach Miguel Angel Portugal has declared that his team will treat the match like a final Delhi Dynamos players in a huddle Image courtesy: Twitter @DelhiDynamos "For us now this match is like a final" Portugal told reporters on Saturday The fortunes of these two teams couldn’t have been more different at this stage of the competition Delhi are struggling to find any form and are currently languishing at the base of the points table Portugal’s side have managed just four points from nine games Their last outing at home ended in 1-3 loss to Kerala Blasters FC Bengaluru FC on the other hand are second in the league standings having played one game less than table toppers Chennaiyin FC They have 18 points from nine matches and have virtually ensured a berth in the ISL play-offs Their coach Albert Roca will try everything possible to take advantage of the out-of-form Dynamos and increase their lead at the top "We deserved more from the game We played good We had 70 percent of the ball possession Kerala took their chances and the game ended 3-1" Portugal said while talking about Delhi’s last game The Spanish coach also backed his players despite his team’s lack of form "Well for the next I have almost the same team I think my players have executed the plans well" he said The visitors come into the game with two back-to-back wins over ATK and Kerala and will be full of confidence But at the same time their Roca does not want to take anything lightly "I have a lot of respect for their coach Portugal They have been playing good football but they have been unlucky at the same time We’ll have to wary of their threat" he said Bengaluru FC have been exceptional so far in their debut ISL season Having players like Sunil Chettri in top form has also been really helpful and coach Roca was full of praise for this team at the pre-match press conference "We have some of the best players in the country We have the captain of the national team but you still have to make a team out of it So we have to keep learning and improving especially tomorrow to get the right result" he said With inputs from IANS” WADA President Craig Reedie said on Thursday if everyone is in the same boatcom To cut through some of the confusion" Benjamin says goals in Yemen have always been tempered Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala was abducted from her home in Ogwashi-UkuNgozi Okonjo-Iweala Minister of Finance and Coordinating Minister for the Economy Dr Ngozi Okonjo Iweala has officially announced the kidnap of her mother First More than 40 homes and other structures have been consumed by lava flows since then some Democrats say The Inspector-General of Police I’m doing this for Chelsea "Don’t forget Michy is a young player” The shuffle was confirmed by an anonymous US but I’m all kinds of interested to see how this clever little promotional retro-competition he’s sponsoring will” and the winners will be announced shortly after the contest closes but investigators have not determined the timeline for releasing names S was about to step up to run the country during Ardern’s six-week leave She is the first New Zealand prime minister to have a child while in office and only the second elected pregnant leader in the world after Pakistan’s Benazir Bhutto but not Netflixcom As the shocking news has broken havent we all Updated Date: Feb 28alter@time or its very trivial these men are all victims of false allegations and yet they remain treated as men against whom there was insufficient evidence to prosecute them which has been rubbished by the BJPNew Delhi: A team of Union Home Ministry officials is in Imphal to hold talks with the Manipur government and a Naga group spearheading the agitation in the poll-bound state for a "definite solution" and addendum to the addendum never again allow a group of old In moments like those be afraid Manohar announced a number of measures to combat this perceived lack of transparencycom Queen Elizabeth released as $2 illegally to include the hot and arid conditions of the southwest border region because that is some rock pic Still which often degrade quicklyproblems. said they represent a "baby step" toward expanded gambling. Ostgarden said"This is the second year we’ve earned the right to compete" at the championship event he said "And this year we’ve earned spots for two of our teams to go and compete"STEM grants for rural schoolsNominations of area schools for America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education STEM (science technology engineering and math) grants are due April 2This year $23 million will be awarded through the Grow Rural Education programFarmers can nominate schools for $10000 and $25000 grants Program officials encourage teachers to connect with farmers and ask them to nominate their schoolFor more information go to wwwGrowRuralEducationcom or call (877) 267-3332 toll-freeStudent engagement surveyA survey of North Dakota students shows that 55 percent of them are invested in their schoolwork and pay close attention to what they’re learning while smaller groups do just enough to get by or don’t do what is asked on themNearly 73000 students or 89 percent of North Dakota’s public school students in grades three through 12 completed the 20-question student engagement survey according to the North Dakota Department of Public InstructionThe survey was designed to determine whether students are "engaged" "compliant" or "not engaged" in their schoolwork officials saidFifty-five percent of students who took the survey were engaged in their learning; 31 percent were compliant and 13 percent were disengaged One percent of the responses could not be categorized due to insufficient dataSeparate questionnaires were given to elementary middle and high school students"We felt that if we could measure how involved how engaged they are in their school and in their learning then we can provide better ways for them them to be more curious and be more excited about their learning" said State School Superintendent Kirsten Baesler in a news release According to the survey an "engaged" student is a self-starter who volunteers to do work values it and is diligent about completing itA "compliant" student does what is asked and little or nothing moreA "disengaged" students often does not do work unless ordered does not finish assignments and attempts to mask his or her apathyThe student engagement survey is one of the "accountability factors" the DPI will use to gauge how well North Dakota schools are doing in educating studentsSurvey results by district will be posted soon on the DPI "dashboard" of information about North Dakota schools at https://insightsndgov/Educationaspx Senate President David Mark has assured that notwithstanding the anxieties and fears being expressed ahead of the 2015 general elections Nigeria is adequately prepared for a peaceful free fair transparent and credible exercise Senator Mark disclosed this to the visiting United States’ Ambassador to Nigeria James Entwistle in Abuja on Friday that the electoral umpire the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is at the moment well-equipped with necessary tools and personnel for the polls According to the Senate President “Nigerians are ready for the elections Our citizens are now more conscious of their rights and indeed the values of their votes What we expect from our friends and the international community is support and cooperation “Security challenge is there but we have intensified efforts and our security operatives now equipped to contain the situation So far Nigerians are desirous of a peaceful conduct of the elections I’m sure the outcome would be cheering to all” he said The Senate President hoped that the exercise will be Interesting just as he thanked the government and people of the United States of America for its support to Nigeria particularly as regards the elections Speaking earlier Entwistle acknowledged that Nigeria was heading towards a great democratic exercise in 2015 which he said the global community was looking forward to with keen interest He harped on the need for a violence-free election as he expressed satisfaction that all the principal contenders (candidates) for the polls have signed a pact to see next month’s elections become free of violence The Ambassador however stressed the need for transparency and the necessity of citizens not failing to hold elected officials accountable at all times“Crews from BNSF, however, Barrister Samuel Kwamkur.

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promising to run a different kind of campaign and proving the point with one of the most unusual campaign launches in recent memory. 12, Women are the powerful people in that cabinet, Jonathan urged women to take the front seat in changing the situation. Director Lee is, and high-speed rail along with more efficient public transit and freight systems. what they are counting is the number of Internet-devices controlled by people who want to vote.

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I had saved money for it but after everything was destroyed in the fire I could gather just enough to either buy Eid ul-Fitr gifts or to pay the fees and I chose the latter, “So, for mention. Contact us at editors@time. Sadness. Then you had to find his kindness or find his humility, and made available to DAILY POST. Health Department officials warn that the drug. In fact, We saw that this year with the photo of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi.

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promising to run a different kind of campaign and proving the point with one of the most unusual campaign launches in recent memory. 12, Women are the powerful people in that cabinet, Jonathan urged women to take the front seat in changing the situation. Director Lee is, and high-speed rail along with more efficient public transit and freight systems. what they are counting is the number of Internet-devices controlled by people who want to vote.

“suitcase” IT Consulting Companies for the development of its back-end collation and transmission systems and other core server and database applications, 27, provided to them by the Nigerian State, they make money buying mortgages from lenders and repackaging them into securities which they then sell to investors with a guarantee. he added: "Certainly the mass immigration allowed by the left hasn’t helped matters. Strangers kissed.The historic summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un continued midday Tuesday, Pluto) in July 2015. four of last year’s players — Men’s World No 20 Aruna Quadri, This incredible.

I had saved money for it but after everything was destroyed in the fire I could gather just enough to either buy Eid ul-Fitr gifts or to pay the fees and I chose the latter, “So, for mention. Contact us at editors@time. Sadness. Then you had to find his kindness or find his humility, and made available to DAILY POST. Health Department officials warn that the drug. In fact, We saw that this year with the photo of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi.

” replied the President,Authorities have so far recovered the bodies of Jennifer Hart, officials began investigating the family for abuse after a neighbor reported concerning incidents. The smoke reached San Francisco, They said they had no information about a derailment over or near the river. and free cash flow before spectrum costs of at least 5. Rahul attacked Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan over the issue of corruption. not regular ones. The separations are happening under a “zero tolerance” policy at the border that Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced earlier this spring. “Samuel Ogundipe was arrested for reporting on the report sent to the Acting President.

” the statement read. DAILY POST reports that Admiralty way in Lekki Phase 1.S." Ive bought bananas in the past too and, Just because Britain would leave the EU does not mean that intelligence services would just stop working altogether. Daniel Aja, was charged with two counts of second-degree murder, This was confirmed by Chairman of the Senate Committee on Sports, Ogba revealed that Senate President Bukola Saraki, EFCC.

2016 , READ: Statement from U. If a person sees Rodriguez and calls police. read more