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Weekly Traffic Advisories

first_imgNEW WORK PICTOU COUNTY: Route 348 Route 348 from Bridgeville Road east for about seven kilometres is reduced to one lane for culvert replacement and repaving until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Traffic control people are on site. Work takes place from 6:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. ANTIGONISH COUNTY: Head Lake Bridge Head Lake Bridge on Failte Lane in Lochaber is closed for repairs until Friday, Aug. 26. Detour in place. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Pine Grove Road Pine Grove Road, from Trunk 10 to Northfield Road, has alternating lane closures for repaving and upgrading until Monday, Oct. 31. Traffic is controlled by flag people and work takes place from sunrise to sunset. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Monk Point Road Monk Point Road has alternating lane closures for road work until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Traffic is controlled by flag people and work takes place from sunrise to sunset. CONTINUING WORK LUNENBURG COUNTY: Bruhm Road Bruhm Road from Trunk 10 to Lower Branch Road has alternating lane closures for road work until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Traffic is controlled by flag people and work takes place from sunrise to sunset. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Wakeup Hill Road Wakeup Hill Road from Trunk 3 to Trunk 14 has alternating lane closures for road work until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Traffic is controlled by flag people and work takes place from sunrise to sunset. CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Highway 104 The eastbound lanes of the Amherst Viaduct Bridge on Highway 104 have alternating lane closures for repairs until Monday, Oct. 31. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and traffic will be controlled by concrete barriers and signs. The bridge has a 4.5 metre width restriction and an 80 km/h speed limit. COLCHESTER COUNTY: Salmon River Road Salmon River Road from Trunk 4 for about seven kilometres to the east end of Valley Crossroads, is reduced to one lane for road repairs until Sunday, Aug. 31. Work takes place from dawn to dusk. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Indian Path Road Indian Path Road has alternating lane closures for road work until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Traffic is controlled by flag people and work takes place from sunrise to sunset. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Waterloo Road Waterloo Road is closed for repairs to the culvert and installation of an overflow pipe until Friday. Aug. 26. Detour signs are in place. INVERNESS COUNTY: Marble Mountain Road Marble Mountain Road, from the intersection of Cenotaph Road east for about seven kilometres, is reduced to one lane for paving and repaving until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Work takes place from 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. COLCHESTER COUNTY: West North River Road, Onslow Mountain Road, Trunk 2 Traffic is reduced to one lane on three roads in Colchester County during paving and other road improvements. The roads are: INVERNESS COUNTY: Hatchery Bridge Hatchery Bridge on Hatchery Road, Margaree, is closed for repairs until Friday, Aug. 26. Detour signs are in place. PICTOU COUNTY: West River Road As part of the construction of the new roundabout in the Town of Pictou, crews will be working on the installation of new storm drains on West River Road off of Highway 106 at Exit 3A, until Wednesday, Aug. 31. The centreline will be adjusted during construction. Use caution and reduce speed. The roundabout is expected to be completed Friday, Sept. 30. COLCHESTER COUNTY: Route 246 Sections of Route 246, from 200 metres west of Kennedy Hill Road for about six kilometres west to Marshall Road, are reduced to one lane for upgrading, including paving, slope stabilization, and guardrail repairs until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Traffic is stop-and-go and work takes place from daylight to dusk. COLCHESTER COUNTY: Gully Bridge Repairs on Gully Bridge, Route 289, Brookfield Dean Road will continue until Thursday, Sept. 1. One lane will be open. A traffic light is on site. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Naugler Road Naugler Road from Route 325 to Pine Grove Road has alternating lane closures for road work until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Traffic is controlled by flag people and work takes place from sunrise to sunset. HANTS COUNTY: Old Mines Road Old Mines Road has alternating lane closures for road work until Friday, Sept. 30. Traffic is controlled by flag people and work takes place from sunrise to sunset. CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Pugwash Village The Municipality of Cumberland is installing water lines in the village of Pugwash. This will result in single-lane traffic throughout the village as the work progresses. The project is expected to be finished by Dec. 16. West North River Road, from Onslow Road for 5.3 kilometres to Truro Road Onslow Mountain Road, from West North River Road for five kilometres Trunk 2, from Pleasant View Drive west for one kilometre COLCHESTER COUNTY: Alton Road Alton Road, from Trunk 2 to 650 metres south of the Cloverdale Road, is reduced to one lane for paving until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Expect delays. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. INVERNESS COUNTY: West Lake Ainslie Road The Hayes River Bridge on West Lake Ainslie Road has a 15 tonne weight restriction. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Highway 103 Sections of Highway 103 from Exit 12 for about nine kilometres to Northfield Overpass, have alternating lane closures for repaving and upgrading until Monday, Oct. 31. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Mersey Road, Highway 103, Exit 6 The Mersey Road culvert under Highway 103, about 5.3 kilometres west of Exit 6, is closed for repairs until Tuesday, Aug. 23. A temporary access road has been built from Highway 103 to the Mersey Road Connector to allow access to properties on the Mersey Road Connector. Detour signs are in place. HANTS COUNTY: West Indian Road West Indian Road from Trunk 14 to Ess Road has alternating lane closures for road work until Monday, Oct. 31. Traffic is controlled by flag people and work takes place from sunrise to sunset. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset and is scheduled for completion on Oct. 31 COLCHESTER COUNTY: Spencer Point Road Spencer Point Road is reduced to one lane during paving and other improvements from Trunk 2 for 1.4 kilometres. Work takes place from dawn to dusk. The project is expected to be finished Wednesday, Aug. 31 CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Malagash Road Malagash Road is reduced to one lane from Purdy Loop for 2.5 kilometres to Blue Sea Road during paving and other improvements. Work takes place from dawn to dusk. The project is expected to be finished Wednesday, Aug. 31. COLCHESTER/CUMBERLAND COUNTIES: Highway 104 Sections of the westbound lanes of Highway 104 for about 19 kilometres from Londonderry to Westchester Station, are reduced to one lane for paving, widening, and the installation of rumble strips and a guardrail until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Work takes place from dawn to dusk. HANTS COUNTY: Vaughan Road Vaughan Road, from Trunk 14 to Route 236, is reduced to one lane for gravelling and chip sealing until Friday, Sept. 30. Work is from Monday to Friday from sunrise to sundown. Drivers should expect delays, slow down in construction zones, and be prepared to stop. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Silver Point Road Silver Point Road has alternating lane closures for road work until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Traffic is controlled by flag people and work takes place from sunrise to sunset. HANTS COUNTY: Rockwell Drive Rockwell Drive has alternating lane closures for road work until Friday, Sept. 30. Traffic is controlled by flag people and work takes place from sunrise to sunset. DIGBY COUNTY: Melanson Mills Bridge Melanson Bridge on Marc Comeau Road will be closed for repairs from Monday, Aug. 22 until Monday, Sept. 19. Detour route in place. ANTIGONISH COUNTY: Route 337 Sections of Route 337, from Malignant Cove for about 6.5 kilometres south towards Georgeville, are reduced to one lane for road work until Saturday, Aug. 20. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. INVERNESS COUNTY: Crowdis Bridge, Valley Mills Crowdis Bridge, in Valley Mills on Marble Mountain Road, is closed until further notice. Detour via Eden Road, Barren Road, Northside River Denys Road and Southside River Denys Road. Signs are in place. DIGBY COUNTY: Trunk 1 Traffic will be reduced to one lane on Trunk 1, from Duffy Road west to Meteghan River Bridge during paving and culvert repairs. The project is anticipated to be completed Friday, Sept. 16. Signs and flag people are on site. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. VICTORIA COUNTY: Gillis Bridge Gillis Bridge, on North Branch Road, just past Uisge Bàn (USH-KA BAN) Falls Provincial Park, is closed until further notice. Access to the park is not affected. -30-last_img read more

This Hour has 22 Minutes in existential crisis say sources losing Shaun

first_img Twitter Advertisement The abrupt departure of star Shaun Majumder from CBC’s 22 Minutes heralds some significant changes to the upcoming season of the sketch comedy show, even as insiders point to what they say is an “existential crisis” at the long-running and beloved Canadian series.In exclusive interviews with the Star, producers outlined for the first time plans for a revamped 22 Minutes that will showcase four nights of 10-minute digital-only shows. The series is also adding two new “correspondents” in Toronto and Vancouver leading up to the weekly broadcast premiering Sept. 18 on CBC.The two new cast members revealed to the Star include Ann Pornel in Toronto, who made her name as an ensemble member of The Second City. Standup comic Graham Clark will report from Vancouver in what producers hope will provide more a more “real-time” response to current events and the news of the day. Founding cast member and writer Greg Thomey, second from left, is leaving This Hour Has 22 Minutes, sources have told the Toronto Star. (KEN FAUGHT / TORONTO STAR FILE PHOTO) LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Facebook Advertisement Login/Register With:last_img read more

Sahara Spirit Foundation Volunteers Can Make a Change

By Fadoua El-HmaydiFez – The Sahara Spirit Foundation (SSF) is an ambitious foundation that aims at developing various fields in the Sahara region of Morocco, among which are: education, health care, economic growth, maintaining development, and preserving the Sahraoui heritage. The two most prominent figures in the foundation are Mr. Kheer Yahdih, Founder, and Mr. Mohamed Dekkak, Executive President, who make great efforts to achieve the overall purposes of the Sahara Spirit Foundation. The SSF encourages the active participation of youth in the development of the Sahara region. Therefore, many volunteers of different age categories and academic backgrounds work collaboratively to meet the aforementioned purposes. There are strong reasons for which SSF integrates volunteers into its programs. First, it helps build organizational strength as most members are aware of the importance of this foundation and believe in the purposes it intends to achieve.Second, volunteers have credibility, discuss peer to peer or in a group, and also can promote the foundation because they believe in its principles and keep in mind that volunteering is a matter of personal choice rather than a compulsory job which gives them high motivation. Third, using volunteers extends the resources of the foundation as they provide extra hands that enable the foundation to do tasks and activities that might not otherwise get done. Volunteers also provide valuable input to foundation leaders and employees.There are many qualities that characterize SSF volunteers. First, they demonstrate great interest in the foundation and a willingness and commitment to serving the foundation. Second, SSF volunteers are highly skilled and knowledgeable individuals with a professional reputation which makes them reliable and credible members of the foundation. Third, those members possess leadership traits and communication skills needed for their work as well as the ability to work in group settings and to be altruistic.SSF volunteers gain from their experience in many ways such as expressing their values in activities that are meaningful, increasing their knowledge, and learning new skills through networking with other knowledgeable members. They also gain an insider’s knowledge of the foundation to grow the value of their membership and earn prestige by building relationships with new contacts and eminent figures in the Sahara Spirit Foundation.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed without permission. read more

Vote on Account passed in Parliament

The United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA) abstained from voting.A Vote on Account for Rs. 1765 billion was submitted to Parliament today. The Vote on Account was passed in Parliament today with 102 MPs voting for it and six against it.The United National Front (UNF) and the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) voted in support of the Vote on Account while the Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) voted against it. The Vote on Account was submitted by Finance Minister Mangala Samaraweera.The Vote on Account covers the expenditure for the first four months of 2019. (Colombo Gazette) read more

With cereal production dropping 39 countries face food crisis UN reports

The report, released by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), warns that if global cereal use in 2006/2007 remains close to recent trends it will exceed the current forecast for production, which could lead to a drawdown of global cereal stocks for the second consecutive year.In Africa, 24 countries are currently in need of aid, largely due to adverse weather, conflict and economic crisis. In east Africa, recent rains have somewhat eased drought in pastoral areas of Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya and Djibouti, but nearly 8 million people are still suffering from the effects. When the chronically vulnerable populations in these countries are included, the number of those at risk from hunger jumps to 16 million. In southern Africa, the difficult food situation of some 12 million people has eased with the current good 2006 cereal harvest and food aid distributions.In western Africa, the 2005/2006 cereal crop is estimated at above average levels but in countries bordering the Sahara, despite a recovery from last year’s drought and locust-affected harvest, a combination of low incomes, high debts and relatively high prices is limiting access to food by many households and malnutrition rates remain alarmingly high in numerous areas.In Asia, the outlook has deteriorated in India but is positive among other main producers in the region. Emergency aid is needed in Mongolia and Timor-Leste following sharply reduced cereal production in 2005/2006.Substantial amounts of food assistance are also required for chronically vulnerable populations in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) and Bangladesh in spite of overall improved food supply, as well as for those affected by civil strife in Afghanistan, Iraq and Nepal. Protracted aid also continues to be needed for victims of the 2004 tsunami in southern Asia and last October’s earthquake in Pakistan.In Latin America and the Caribbean, wheat output is anticipated to be substantially up in Mexico. Sharply reduced maize is forecast in Argentina, but production will recover in Brazil. But Brazil’s rice crop is expected to be well below the record level of 2005. In Paraguay, the soybean crop will again be sharply reduced by dry weather.Wheat output is expected to decrease in 2006 reflecting smaller crops in the United States, Russia and Ukraine, due to adverse weather. Production of coarse grains is tentatively forecast to decline, mostly as a result of reduced plantings anticipated in the United States. Rice output may increase as very early prospects are favourable, according to the FAO report. read more

New UN statistics show alarming rise in rapes in strifetorn eastern DR

“Our protection monitoring teams have registered 705 cases of sexual violence in the region since January, including 619 cases of rape,” said a spokesperson for the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). “During the same period in 2012, our staff had registered 108 cases. The survivors of SGBV [sexual and gender-based violence] included 288 minors and 43 men.”Renewed fighting around the city of Goma between the army and the rebel group M23 has forced some 7,000 people to flee their homes over the past two weeks alone. The majority are women and children as well as young boys fleeing forced recruitment. Meanwhile, fighting this month in North Kivu’s Kamango area between the Allied Democratic Forces, a Ugandan-based rebel group, and the army has displaced an estimated 14,000 civilians.UNHCR said it was worried that the resurgence in violence over the past weeks would increase the danger for women in the region, including those living in camps.According to the agency, most cases of sexual violence are committed by armed men. Out of the 705 cases reported since the beginning of the year, 434 were perpetrated by armed elements. Official UN figures also show that recorded cases of sexual violence in North Kivu soared from 4,689 cases in 2011 to 7,075 in 2012. Many more cases remain unreported.UNHCR said it is currently working closely with other humanitarian organizations and the authorities to respond and strengthen monitoring of sexual violence. The agency has helped run courses for dozens of police officers on how to prevent sexual violence and handle rape cases. It has also created community centres and trained focal points to identify sexual violence cases and refer victims for health care and psycho-social support.In addition, the agency is promoting the use of alternative fuel to firewood in a bid to reduce the exposure of women to sexual violence when they go out to look for wood. The current phase of this project will benefit 2,000 households in camps near Goma, the agency said.UNHCR is also working to provide shelter and basic humanitarian aid to those that have been newly displaced. While many are staying in schools and churches in the northern part of Goma, UNHCR and partners are transferring them to existing camps where they can get access to basic services.In Kamago, humanitarian access is a challenge as the situation remains tense in the area. Many displaced persons are facing food shortages because they cannot go to the fields to collect their crops. Access to water and health services is also extremely difficult as 80 per cent of the health centres in the area have been looted. UNHCR said it is also alarmed by reports of human rights violations in the area, including the murder of at least 15 civilians, abductions, forced labour, beatings and illegal taxation. read more

Attack on aid convoy in northeast Nigeria leaves four civilians dead –

The attack took place along the Dikwa-Gamboru road in Borno state, and also resulted in the destruction of basic aid items initially destined to alleviate the suffering of thousands of conflict-affected women, children and men. “Violence against convoys carrying humanitarian aid is unacceptable and can result in concerning limitations in our ability to provide life-saving relief to those who need it the most,” said Edward Kallon, the Humanitarian Coordination in Nigeria, in a news release today. “We must ensure the safety of aid workers and aid convoys across the north-east of Nigeria, so people in need of assistance can access it in a timely manner and in sufficient quantity. Many lives are at risk,” he underscored. The conflict in Nigeria’s north-east provoked by the Boko Haram terrorist group has triggered a deep humanitarian crisis. Since the start of the conflict in 2009, more than 20,000 people have been killed and thousands of women and girls abducted. Borno along with Adamawa and Yobe are the worst affected with nearly seven million people in need of humanitarian assistance, more than 50 per cent of whom are children. Since January 2017, despite major challenges, relief efforts by the UN as well as partners have managed to assist over five million conflict-affected people, reaching about five million with health care assistance, three million with food security interventions, 936,000 with nutritional support, and over 1.3 million with safe drinking water. Owing to such humanitarian efforts, for the first time since the onset of the crisis, hunger has considerably declined in the region. According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the number of people facing acute hunger has halved since June-August – from 5.2 million to 2.6 million people.However, there are fears that without sustained and timely assistance, the good work could quickly be undone, leaving more than 3.5 million people with acute hunger, as well as at the risk of famine, by August 2018, warned the UN food security agency. read more

Cancer survivor becomes first to swim Channel four times nonstop as scientists

A woman who overcame cancer just last year has become the first person to swim the English Channel four times without stopping, as scientists say her gender could be key to her success.Sarah Thomas swam for 54 hours – from England to France, to England, to France and back to England, fighting against strong currents, salt water in her throat and jelly fish stings on her face. The 37-year-old American completed the epic challenge at 6.30am on Tuesday.Instead of the 80 miles it should have been, Ms Thomas covered nearly 130 miles after tidal pulls took her off course.She celebrated with champagne and a pack of M&Ms on the beach in Dover. “She is a supreme athlete who goes into a different realm of consciousness when she’s in the water. “The human body is an incredible physical machine but Sarah had a mental state beyond compare. It is only through sheer bloody-mindedness and determination that she could do what she did,” he added. Ms Thomas works full time in Denver, Colorado as a healthcare recruiter, but still finds time for 29 hours of swimming a week, covering 68 miles.Monday to Thursday, it’s usually two-and-a-half hours in the evenings. Friday is a rest day, but the weekend is intense. The hours are ramped up to as many as eight-and-a-half on a Saturday and 10 on a Sunday when she’s training for a challenge. Fuelling the mission was a special sports drink called CarboPro, designed for endurance athletes and further infused with electrolytes and caffeine.Legal in professional competition, the makers claim that one serving (50g) mixed with water “represents theoretically as much carbohydrate content as 200g of cooked pasta; or as much as 430g of potatoes.”Given that Ms Thomas was having one of these every half an hour, that is the equivalent of 46.4kg of potatoes, or 21.6kg of pasta over the course of her swim.While the caffeine helped to keep Ms Thomas awake, so did natural bodily instinct, according to Eddie Spelling, captain of her support vessel.“Some swimmers can actually sleep in the water, but Sarah didn’t do that,” he told The Telegraph. The 67-year-old has been escorting Channel Swimmers for more than 10 years on his motor cruiser, Anastasia. Sarah Thomas swimming the Channel But this almighty feat was undertaken against the backdrop of a battle with cancer only last year.“I was officially diagnosed with breast cancer in November,” Ms Thomas told the Financial Times earlier this month.“This time last year, I couldn’t swim and really wasn’t sure what was possible for my future.” After receiving radiotherapy treatment she said: “It was too painful to swim through my burns. I blistered and was told it wasn’t safe to swim because of the risk of infection.”Doctors thought she may never reach an elite level again. On Tuesday, she dedicated her record-breaking swim to “all the survivors out there”. Speaking to Science of Us, she said: “I think the thing about women’s body fat helps. But besides it being an insulator, you have a different level of flotation in the water, which may change the amount of work you do, so that makes a huge difference in energy expenditure.”And the results show it.The four longest distances ever swum in open water, without the assistance of currents have been completed by women. The record of 104.6 miles was set by Ms Thomas in 2017 at Lake Champlain. The longest current-neutral ocean swim? Another woman, Chloe McCardel a 29-year-old Australian who swam 77.3 miles in 41 hours from South Eleuthera Island to Nassau, Bahamas.For Ms Thomas, there will be more challenges ahead. But for now, some sleep. Aside from the caffeine, electrolytes, carbohydrates, good weather and patient shipping traffic, Ms Thomas had another advantage: her gender.Endurance swimming is one of the few elite sports where women are physiologically better suited than men, according to scientists.Swiss Doctor Beat Knechtle has studied male and female performance in ‘ultra’ events and published papers on the subject.Looking at 30 years worth of finishing times at the 28.5 mile Manhattan Island Marathon Swim, he found that on average, the best women were 12 to 14 percent faster than the best men.Speaking to the Financial Times, he said: “Women have an advantage due to their higher body fat, which provides insulation against the cold and better buoyancy.” Given that wetsuits are banned for official open water attempts, this plays a huge role in long distance swims.Lynne Cox, who held the record for the fastest Channel swim in the 1970s said: “Thank God (or Ben & Jerry’s) for my body fat,” in her book Swimming to Antarctica. Sarah Thomas swimming the ChannelCredit:Jon Washer/PA Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more

RAW Highlights Strowman and Lashley destroy the set AJ Styles turns Undertaker

first_img Twitter WWE posted these highlights after last night’s RAW from Dallas, Texas. Mojo Rawley Certain Rob Gronkowski Will Be in the WWE Soon Pinterest Jerry Lawler Google+ Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipFormer WWE star ‘Grandmaster Sexay’ diesVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:48/Current Time 0:02Loaded: 16.05%0:02Remaining Time -0:46 FullscreenUp NextThis 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.Replay the list Dave Bautista Announces His Retirement From WWE Videos Articles Now Playing Up Next Live Podcast: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte Mike Tedesco RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Seth Rollins Defends WWE On Two Separate Occasions Roman Reigns is in Remission Former WWE star ‘Grandmaster Sexay’ dies Wrestleview Live #65: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte Now Playing Up Next Facebook WhatsApp Now Playing Up Next WWE Clash of Champions Results – 9/15/19 (Rollins vs. Strowman, Kingston vs. Orton)last_img read more

Deputy Premier attends state recognized funeral service for Dr Myles Munroe

first_img Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 08 Dec 2014 (TCIG PRESS RELEASE) – Hon. Akierra Missick, Deputy Premier and Minister of Education, Youth & Library Services travelled to Nassau, Bahamas last week to attend the funeral of Dr. Myles Munroe. Mary Lightbourne Head of Secretariat, Deputy Premiers Office, joined Hon. Missick.A commemoration service for Dr. Myles & Pastor Ruth Ann Munroe took place on Wednesday, 3rd December 2014 at the Thomas A. Robinson Stadium in Nassau, Bahamas.The result of a tragic plane crash on 9th November 2014, Dr. Munroe and eight others passed away while trying to land at the Grand Bahamas International Airport. He is survived by his son Chairo and daughter Charissa.Hon Missick said; “The world has lost a giant of a man and we mourn and celebrate with the people of the Bahamas today. “I was proud to be able to share the people of Turks & Caicos Islands condolences with our brothers and sisters in the Bahamas including the Prime Minister, Hon. Perry Christie.”ENDS Related Items:akierra missick, Dr. Myles Munroe, funeral, mary lightbourne, nassau Bahamas gives State funeral to noted choir director Radical rogues ruining Bahamas tourism reputation Another Murder in Nassau Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

Cox Connect 2 Compete Technology Distribution Event with Computers 2 Kids

first_imgCox Connect 2 Compete Technology Distribution Event with Computers 2 Kids Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom August 2, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Computers 2 Kids, San Diego and Cox Communications are teaming up to help as many San Diego County families as possible get access to the right technology hardware, software, and broadband access to start the school year off right and set up kids for success.The partners announce they are hosting monthly tech distribution events around the county, now held on Saturdays which will allow families to participate at a time that is more convenient for them.The next community event is in San Ysidro on Saturday, August 3 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.To learn more about the qualification guidelines and to complete the application, visit www.c2sdk.org. KUSI Newsroom, Posted: August 2, 2019last_img read more

Talented High Schoolers Chosen For 2018 GRAMMY Camp Los Angeles

first_imgNews Email Facebook 2018 GRAMMY Camp Los Angeles Selections Announced talented-high-schoolers-chosen-2018-grammy-camp-los-angeles Twitter Talented High Schoolers Chosen For 2018 GRAMMY Camp Los Angeles This summer in Los Angeles, these 88 camp attendees will be immersed in the recording industry their sights are set onPhilip MerrillGRAMMYs May 18, 2018 – 5:27 pm Coming from 24 states around the country, the 88 high school student selectees for 2018 GRAMMY Camp Los Angeles were announced by the GRAMMY Museum on May 18. This year is the 14th annual GRAMMY Camp event and will be held from July 17–21 in Los Angeles, centered at the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music.The program organizes its talented, non-residential campers into tracks based on individual interests. These are Audio Engineering, Electronic Music Production, Music Business, Music Journalism, Performance — Instrumental, Performance — Vocal, Songwriting, and Video Production & Motion Graphics.”GRAMMY Camp is one of the most immersive summer camps for high school students interested in a career in music,” said Neil Portnow, President/CEO of the Recording Academy and Chair of the GRAMMY Museum Board. “The program gives young people the opportunity to study with music industry professionals — including some GRAMMY-winning creators — and to collaborate with their peers, resulting in a genuine learning experience about life in the music industry.”This year’s GRAMMY Camp Los Angeles is a GRAMMY in the Schools program presented by the Hot Topic Foundation with program support provided by the Bruno Mars Scholarship Fund, the Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Fund, and the Recording Academy.Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs”Read morelast_img read more

Judge reverses House District 40 primary gives Nageak a twovote edge

first_imgA judge on Thursday reversed the outcome of the Democratic primary for the House district that includes the North Slope and Northwest Arctic boroughs.Listen Now Rep. Benjamin Nageak addresses the Alaska House of Representatives. His primary race against Dean Westlake was decided by a Suprioir Court Judge. Photo by Skip Gray/360 North)Superior Court Judge Andrew Guidi ordered the Division of Elections to certify that incumbent Benjamin Nageak of Barrow won the primary over Dean Westlake of Kotzebue by a two-vote margin.The outcome of the primary could determine who organizes a House majority. While both are Democrats, Nageak caucuses with the Republican-led House majority, and Westlake said he’ll caucus with the Democrats.The decision reverses the outcome of a recount, which had Westlake winning by eight votes.Nageak, who is the co-chairman of the House Resources Committee, expressed relief.“I’m pleased by the court’s result and hopeful it will be sustained during the appeal to the Supreme Court,” Nageak said. “I’m sure that’s where it’s going to go. And I hope this decision will result in improvement of training.”The outcome hinges on the Kobuk River village of Shungnak, where local election officials wrongly allowed 50 voters to cast ballots in both the Republican primary and in the “ADL”  primary for the Alaska Independence, Democratic and Libertarian parties.Westlake led Nageak in Shungnak, 47 votes to three, after the recount but before the decision.Judge Guidi decided to subtract votes, based on the average number of Shungnak residents who voted in Republican primaries over the past 10 years.Guidi subtracted 12 votes based on the idea that they would have voted Republican. He took away 11 votes from Westlake in Shungnak, as well as one from Nageak. He also decided that election officials wrongly allowed both candidates to gain one vote from Kivalina in the recount.Westlake, who was out fishing, couldn’t be reached for comment. His lawyer Thomas Amodio said no votes should have been subtracted.“In our view, all of them qualified,” he said. “None should be disenfranchised. There’s no evidence that any of them would have voted in anything but the ADL primary. Especially with a very contested, close race.”Amodio argues that the competitive Democratic House race gave Republican voters more of a reason to cross over in the primary than they had in previous years, when there were more competitive Republican statewide races.Amodio says Guidi’s decision effectively disenfranchises voters in a village that’s 95 percent Alaska Native.“By his calculations, he’s casting those aside,” he said. “You know, he’s the judge. He gets to decide that. Now, the Alaska Supreme Court gets to decide whether he was right or wrong.”Under Guidi’s decision, the final outcome would be 815 votes for Nageak, 813 for Westlake. The winner will take the seat, since there are no general-election opponents.Nageak said the small margin reinforces the importance of every voter.“Every vote counts,” he said. “We’ve been saying that for years. And it was borne out.”Division of Elections Director Josie Bahnke has said the division will use this year’s primary experience to improve how the state trains election workers.The Supreme Court asked lawyers for Nageak, Westlake and the state to file briefs by Saturday, Oct. 8. Oral arguments will be Wednesday, Oct. 12. And the Court is expected to rule by Oct. 14, to give elections officials enough time to distribute ballots for the Nov. 8 election.last_img read more

GCI updates emergency alert system

first_imgGCI’s more than 100,000 customers will no longer have to download a special app to get wireless emergency alerts pushed to their cellphones.Listen nowIn January, a late-night magnitude 7.9 earthquake and subsequent threat of a tsunami prompted warnings from state and federal emergency alert systems. There were no serious injuries reported, but the rumbling uncovered several flaws in how the alerts go out.Shortly after the earthquake, as many GCI customers wondered why they hadn’t gotten alerts automatically on their phones, the company said it was still working to update its systems.GCI spokesman Josh Edge says that update now in place, but there’s one more step customers with iPhones will have to complete. Edge says, to get the alerts, GCI’s iPhone users still need to update their carrier settings and may have already received a message notifying them of the available update.last_img read more

Officials demolish TDP leaders residence in Nellore district

first_imgNellore: Tensions prevail at Venkateswarapuram in Nellore district. The officials have demolished three houses that belong to TDP leader and former Corporator Salma Zaheer in Janardhan Colony. In this context, police have been deployed in large numbers since Tuesday’s morning. Former NUDA Chairman Kotamreddy Srinivasulu Reddy, who reached the site, was arrested by the police. Nellore RDO Chinni Krishna and DSP Srinivas Reddy are overseeing the situation. The police restrictions have been imposed in the colony.last_img read more

Gone with the wind Inox Wind becomes first insolvency case in wind

first_imgEven as banks are going full hog on declaring loan defaulters as insolvent in a bid to recover their dues, the trend is catching on in the renewable energy space as well. The latest company to be put under the ambit of the corporate insolvency resolution process is Inox Wind, according to a report in financial daily Business Standard (BS).In what the newspaper calls a rare instance, a Customs agent, Jeena & Company, has dragged Inox to the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) over non-payment of dues totalling Rs 57 lakh.At the same time, Inox Wind has laid off close to 400 employees at its manufacturing unit. A former employee told the paper that Inox Wind is yet to clear his final settlement, which was pending for over four months. “The company has no cash flow whatsoever. It is not even able to fulfil its current orders,” he said.Deepak Asher, director and group head, corporate finance, Gujarat Fluorochemicals Ltd (GFL), told Business Standard, “It is a non-case and will be quashed (on appeal).” Inox Wind is a subsidiary of the GFL. Asher is a non-executive director at Inox.Inox Wind has orders to manufacture turbines to generate 300 Mw, the BS report said. A person close to the development was quoted in the report as saying that the company had exhausted its working capital and was failing to honour contracts for wind turbine generators.In the NCLT order dated July 11, 2017, the court has appointed an interim resolution professional and suspended the powers of Inox Wind’s board of directors. “The management of the affairs shall vest with the interim resolution professional and officers and the managers of the ‘corporate debtor’ shall report to the IP, who shall be enjoined to exercise all the powers vested with the IP,” the order stated, as quoted in the report.In its petition, Jeena & Company, the operational creditor, submitted that Inox Wind had outstanding payments of Rs 57.5 lakh as of March 25, 2017.Jeena & Company said the petition had been filed as the company had neither paid the amount nor acknowledged any of the demand notices sent. Insolvency professionals were quoted in the BS report as saying that this was a classic example of the insolvency code actually working as envisioned. These professionals told the paper that the code will benefit unsecured creditors like Jeena & Company. This falls under Section 9 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016. In such cases, the operational creditor issues a demand notice to the firm. If the firm fails to pay, the operational creditor can introduce insolvency proceedings. Wind Power With the company issuing an advertisement seeking buyers, the insolvency proceedings begin. In the absence of a buyer the committee of creditors will formulate a restructuring plan. The code gives a company 180 days for resolution failing which either the company can get an extension for another 90 days or go in for liquidation, the BS report said.Two months back, Inox Wind sold off its portfolio of 260 MW of operational wind power projects and decided to exit the wind farming business. The move was meant to help the parent company pare its debt. Inox Wind kept the wind turbine manufacturing business for itself, the report said.The company recently made headlines by winning a 250 Mw project at a historic low bid of Rs 2.97 per unit in the maiden wind power project tender. The project will come up in Tamil Nadu.The portfolio sale was to JP Morgan Asset-backed Leap Green Energy Pvt Ltd. The projects are spread over Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Tamil Nadu and are owned and managed by IRL IR Jaisalmer (IRJL). The company did not disclose the transaction amount but by market estimates, the deal size is estimated to be close to Rs 1,300 crore. IBTimes VideoRelated VideosMore videos Play VideoPlayMute0:00/0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVE0:00?Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedSubtitlessubtitles settings, opens subtitles settings dialogsubtitles off, selectedAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window.The media could not be loaded, either because the server or network failed or because the format is not supported.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. COPY LINKAD Loading … Closelast_img read more

Before You Sign Up For a Coding Class Do This

first_img This is a pretty common question and there are generally two different ways to tackle this. The first way is to ask a question of yourself: what exactly are you trying to build? If you know exactly what kind of app or website you’re trying to create, your answer might be a simpler one. If you’re trying to build an iOS or Mac app, learning Objective-C and XCode are the way to go. If you’re trying to build an application for the Android platform, then I would suggest Java and the Android SDK. If you need to build an awesome website for your business, learn HTML5, CSS3, PHP, and it’s also good to know your way around WordPress themes.If you want to build the next amazing SaaS (Software as a Service), you’ll probably want to get started with HTML5 and CSS3 then jump into Ruby and then Rails for rapid prototyping. The best part about this approach is that your motivation is to finish whatever project you set out to finish, so hopefully this will help you structure your learning a bit more. For instance, if you’re building a basic database driven application that can store user information, you’ll know that you have to learn about database theory and how to enact a basic user authentication scheme to sign users up, in, and out. The parts can be broken down fairly easily.Related: Finding the Right Coding Bootcamp for YouThe second approach to the question is the more general one. You’re interested in programming because you heard from a friend that it could be a really cool thing to check out. Maybe you’ve always wanted to know more about it, or you think it will help you professionally to understand it better. In this case, I’d recommend starting slow so you don’t get overwhelmed. Start with HTML and CSS and then graduate to a fun language like Ruby or Python so you understand the basic tenets of programming. Both of these languages are fairly beginner-friendly but also allow for robust and deep use later on if you decide to delve further into coding. Also, the concepts you learn will be transferrable to other languages and technologies you may want to learn in the future.The most important thing with both of these approaches is not to get overwhelmed. There will be times when you’re frustrated beyond belief by a certain problem. I encourage you to take a break and come back to the problem later with a fresh perspective and nine times out of ten, the answer will be there for you. Also, don’t forget that no programmer knows everything. “Google is your friend” is a phrase I often say to my students. There are a ton of great places to search for answers online. The most important thing is just to start learning.Related: 5 Reasons Entrepreneurs Should Learn to Code  Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Register Now » Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. May 20, 2014last_img read more

Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg Again Ranked One of Largest Radiology Practices in

first_imgNews | Radiology Business | January 17, 2017 Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg Again Ranked One of Largest Radiology Practices in US Size Matters, Providing 24/7 Local Radiology Coverage and Access to Major Subspecialties  Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough discusses bridging diversity gaps in medical physicsPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 6:05Loaded: 2.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -6:05 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Photo by Greg Freiherr Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:33Loaded: 2.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:33 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. Body language expert Traci Brown spoke at the AHRA 2019 meeting on how to identify when a person is not being honest by their body language. She said medical imaging department administrators can use this knowledge to help in hiring decisions and managing staff.  Videos | AAPM | July 23, 2019 VIDEO: Bridging Diversity in Medical Physics to Improve Patient Care Cynthia McColl… read more Image by rawpixel from Pixabay  News | Radiation Oncology | July 17, 2019 CMS Proposes New Alternative Payment Model for Radiation Oncology The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a proposal for an advanced alternative payment model (APM)… read more Feature | Radiology Imaging | July 29, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Imaging Market in U.S. Could Rise In Coming Years The coming years may be good for the medical imaging community in the United States. But they will not be easy. read more Videos | Radiology Business | August 02, 2019 VIDEO: Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019 Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) President … read more Feature | Radiology Business | July 22, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Payment Models Seek Traction in Transition from Volume Efforts to reform healthcare are booming, b read more Demand for ultrasound scans at U.S. outpatient centers could grow by double digits over the next five years, according to a speaker at AHRA 2019. A variety of factors, however, could cause projections for this and other modalities to change. Graphic courtesy of Pixabay For the third straight year, Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg (RAF) has been recognized by Radiology Business Journal as one of the nation’s 100 largest privately owned radiology practices. The journal announced its 2016 “Radiology 100” ranking in the October/November issue.RAF ranked 90th based on the number of full-time-equivalent (FTE) radiologists on staff — 30. The number of other FTE employees, 50, was also factored in, since four other practices on the list had the same number of FTE radiologists, according to the magazine’s selection criteria.CEO Ed Swager noted that the group’s size enables it to provide referring physicians and patients with 24/7 local radiology coverage and the expertise of all major radiology subspecialties.David L. Glasser, M.D., president of RAF and a board-certified, fellowship-trained diagnostic radiologist, explained, “A local radiologist is available for consultation, regardless of the time or day, whenever a referring physician has a question about a patient’s imaging study. Our radiologists also include specialists in body imaging, breast imaging, cardiac imaging, interventional radiology, musculoskeletal imaging, neuroradiology, nuclear medicine, and other fields. That means we can provide services locally that are often found only at major medical centers.”RAF is the largest provider of medical imaging services in the Fredericksburg, VA, region, including Spotsylvania and Stafford counties. The group’s 29 radiologists and two vascular surgeons serve patients at two hospitals (Mary Washington Hospital and Stafford Hospital), four imaging facilities (Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg, the Imaging Center for Women, Medical Imaging at Lee’s Hill, and Medical Imaging of North Stafford), and RAF’s interventional radiology practice, Virginia Interventional & Vascular Associates. The practice’s radiologists also interpret imaging studies for Stafford Hospital Imaging in Woodbridge and Virginia Women’s Center in Richmond.For more information: www.rafimaging.com. 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Economy grows 39 per cent in Q2 – flash estimate

first_imgCyprus’ economy grew 3.9 per cent year-on-year in the second quarter of the year, according to a flash estimate published by the statistical service on Tuesday.Based on seasonally and working day adjusted data, GDP the growth rate in real terms is estimated at 3.9 per cent, the service said.The rise was mainly driven by hotels and restaurants, retail and wholesale trade, construction, manufacturing, professional, scientific and technical activities, and administrative and support service activities.Finance Minister Harris Georgiades said the rise in growth in Q2 was a result of the hard work of the country’s productive forces and “confirmation that through difficult decisions, Cyprus remains on a course of stability and positive prospects.”The minister said unemployment has dropped below the European average, disposable income, private consumption and investment are gradually rising, while recent decisive moves in the banking sector have bolstered confidence leading to three consecutive upgrades by rating agencies.“We ought to continue the effort, collectively and responsibly,” Georgiades said.You May Likethemaestroart.comMahatma Gandhi – Maestro Artthemaestroart.comUndoKiwiReportThe Most Expensive Flops In Television HistoryKiwiReportUndoHealth & Human Research7 Superfoods For People Over 50Health & Human ResearchUndo High temperatures increase risk of firesUndoIran’s Revolutionary Guards publish purported exchange with British warshipUndoLED-lighting the way by 2020Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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