by Keven Drews and Vivian Luk, The Canadian Press Posted Oct 31, 2014 6:24 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Kinder Morgan to file court action against protesters blocking pipeline work VANCOUVER – Lawyers for Trans Mountain pipeline will be back in B.C. Supreme Court next Wednesday to seek an injunction against protesters who have blocked survey work in a conservation area in Metro Vancouver.The subsidiary of energy giant Kinder Morgan filed two separate court actions against protesters, after demonstrators confronted Trans Mountain crews on Burnaby Mountain last Wednesday. One person even crawled under a survey crew’s SUV and refused to leave.The company is asking for an injunction preventing protesters from blocking its crews from doing work on the expansion project on Burnaby Mountain.The company is also asking for damages and costs in a civil lawsuit over what it claims is trespass, assault and intimidation by protesters who chased away workers.Justice Miriam Gropper heard Friday that the lawsuits were served against the defendants less than a day before. She said holding a hearing on Monday on the injunction would not give the defendants enough time to prepare.But she also said pushing the hearing back a full week to Nov. 10 was unjustified, too, because the defendants likely anticipated the company’s application.Gropper also turned down a request by Neil Chantler, who is representing one of the defendants, to issue a stop work order.“I don’t have any basis at this point to issue, or jurisdiction for that matter, to issue a stop work order, and don’t have any evidence to support such an order,” she said.Chantler told Gropper that he struggled to respond to her decision.“This entire situation arose last night,” he said. “I am a sole practitioner of a busy practice.”Lawyer Casey Leggett, who represents two defendants named in the court proceedings, Lynne Quarmby and Stephen Collis, said outside of court he respected the ruling.“We’ve got a little bit more time, which is what we wanted so now it’s time to move ahead and look ahead and not look back at this relatively minor application,” he said.Kinder Morgan’s lawyer Bill Kaplan told reporters he understands why the judge would want to give the other side time to respond, calling the issue a “serious matter.”“They were aware that the reaction of Trans Mountain would be to seek injunctive proceedings, and those will proceed on the fifth and they’ll have a right to make their submissions at that point and so will I,” he said of the defendants named in the lawsuits.Court documents say the company’s inability to conduct the field studies because of the protesters’ actions means its plan to expand the Trans Mountain pipeline will be delayed and cost both the firm and investors money.Trans Mountain is authorized by the National Energy Board to conduct the field work, and the company accuses protesters of trespassing at three separate work sites and verbally abusing work crews.“The protesters, including the defendants or some of them, physically obstructed Trans Mountain and its agents by blocking their access to the site, and intimidated Trans Mountain and its agents through physical confrontation, and yelling and screaming abusive words,” said the court documents.“An individual chained himself to a vehicle used by Trans Mountain and its agents and prevented them from safely withdrawing that equipment from the site.”The company said it marked out work zones with signs, but some protesters pulled the signs out and damaged them.Other protesters erected tents and used vehicles to bar workers, making it clear that “if they attempted to perform the tasks for which they came to the site … there would be a physical confrontation and that they would be physically prevented from doing so,” the court documents state.At the end, the workers turned around and left.SFU English professor Stephen Collis, who is listed in the statement of claim as one of the defendants, was on Burnaby Mountain Wednesday speaking on behalf of a group calling themselves the Caretakers. He said he didn’t witness the incidents described by Trans Mountain, but he finds some of the company’s claims “absurd.”“So this U.S.-based company can take away my Canadian constitutional rights? It’s a public park,” he said in a phone interview on Friday. “I’m a public person, I can make statements, I can be in public space, be in a public park, but now I’ve been told I can’t do any of those things.”Collis also said Burnaby Mountain is on municipal land, and it’s not up to Trans Mountain to declare protesters were trespassing.The injunction application and civil lawsuit is the latest in a bitter battle over Kinder Morgan’s plans to expand the Trans Mountain pipeline through Burnaby.If approved, the $5.4-billion dollar expansion plan would come close to tripling the capacity of the existing pipeline between Alberta and B.C. to about 900,000 barrels of crude a day.The National Energy Board granted the company access to Burnaby Mountain last week, saying the City of Burnaby can’t block the survey work because it is needed for the board to make a decision on the expansion application.Burnaby Mayor Derek Corrigan has said he doesn’t believe the federal regulator has the authority to consider constitutional questions concerning city bylaws.The city plans to appeal the ruling.
by Jill Lawless, The Associated Press Posted Jun 29, 2016 4:42 am MDT Last Updated Jun 29, 2016 at 12:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email LONDON – Britain has not yet quit the European Union, but it has already left politics-as-usual far behind.Conservative Party contenders began to emerge Wednesday to replace Prime Minister David Cameron in the wake of Britain’s vote to leave the bloc, while the head of the opposition Labour Party tried to cling to power in the face of a growing rebellion in party ranks.Cameron announced his resignation after British voters decided last week, against his advice, that the U.K. should leave the 28-nation EU. His successor will get the challenge — or the poisoned chalice — of becoming the country’s next leader and negotiating Britain’s exit.Conservative lawmakers have until noon Thursday to announce their candidacy.The first contender to make it official was Work and Pensions Secretary Stephen Crabb, who said he was running because “I don’t see anybody who provides a compelling answer” to the question of how to heal a deeply divided nation.The 43-year-old Crabb, raised by a single mother in public housing, said he would offer “resilience, optimism, humility, strength.” Although he backed the “remain” side in the referendum, he promised to deliver a “negotiated exit” from the EU.Crabb is running with Business Secretary Sajid Javid — who would serve as his finance minister — on what has been dubbed a blue-collar ticket. Both men come from working-class backgrounds, in contrast to upper-crust front-runner Boris Johnson, the former mayor of London, and the current prime minister, Cameron.Johnson, who led the “leave” side in the referendum, has the support of several senior Tory lawmakers. Environment Secretary Liz Truss wrote that she was backing the 52-year-old Johnson because the new leader must be “someone who believes in, and campaigned for, leaving the EU.”Home Secretary Theresa May, who backed the “remain” side but is seen as competent and experienced, is also expected to run. May, 59, could appeal to a large chunk of Conservatives who mistrust the flamboyant, Latin-spouting Johnson, who has been accused of using the referendum as a platform for his leadership ambitions and of failing to draw up plans for what to do if his “leave” side did win.Tory lawmaker Alan Duncan compared Johnson to the erratic former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, dubbing him “Silvio Borisconi.”Former Defence Secretary Liam Fox said he would formally announce his candidacy on Thursday. Fox, on the anti-EU wing of the party, had to resign from the government in 2011 after allowing a friend access to official meetings and overseas visits.After nominations close, Conservative lawmakers will vote and whittle down the candidates to two. Those names will be put to a postal vote of all party members, with the result announced Sept. 9.The opposition Labour Party is also in turmoil at the top, with leader Jeremy Corbyn resisting intense pressure to resign. Many Labour supporters accuse him of failing to make a strong enough case to voters for why Britain should remain in the EU.Labour lawmakers in Parliament passed a no-confidence vote 172-40 against Corbyn on Tuesday — but he says he will not resign because he has the support of grass-roots party members.A chorus of anti-Corbyn statements poured out Wednesday from Labour lawmakers fearful that their party will be wiped out if the new Conservative leader calls a quick election while the staunchly socialist, doggedly uncharismatic Corbyn is at the helm.Corbyn’s predecessor, Ed Miliband, said Britain was facing its biggest crisis since World War II and “Jeremy cannot rise to that challenge.”Ex-Labour Cabinet minister Tessa Jowell declared the party was in “a complete shambles,” while a former interim leader of the party, Harriet Harman, said Corbyn “has no right or mandate to stay in office despite his failure and take the party down with him.”The imminent departure of Cameron and the rebellion against Corbyn gave a surreal tone Wednesday to the normally raucous Prime Minister’s Questions session in the House of Commons.Labour Party lawmakers declined to cheer Corbyn and sat in stony silence as he quizzed Cameron on the economic implications of a British exit from the EU — or Brexit, as it is known. Cameron, for his part, said it was not in the nation’s best interests for Corbyn to keep his job.“For heaven’s sake man, go!” Cameron urged. UK Conservatives line up to be next PM; Labour in ‘shambles’ British Prime Minister David Cameron walks to get in a car as he leaves 10 Downing Street in London, to attend Prime Minister’s Questions at the Houses of Parliament, Wednesday, June 29, 2016. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
Mr. Ould Cheikh Ahmed will be taking over for Mr. Anthony Banbury. Speaking with UNMEER staff at a town hall meeting today, Mr. Ould Cheikh Ahmed praised their achievements but also noted the challenges in battling the deadly outbreak. “This is a global crisis. We definitely have a difficult time ahead of us, but we can achieve it,” Mr. Ould Cheikh Ahmed said. “We have no plan B, we have to get rid of this virus. This is within our reach, but we should not be complacent.”According to the latest World Health Organization (WHO) figures, there are 20,206 confirmed, probable or suspected cases of Ebola and 7,905 reported deaths.“We need to keep going until we don’t have even one case, because even one case is too many,” he said. “The work ahead remains very hard but we really have no other choice.”Outgoing Head Anthony Banbury welcomed Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, saying, “Even while we face a lot of hard work in the days, weeks and months ahead, it’s important to pause and think back to where we were when we started. There were predictions that there would be 1.4 million cases by now.”Ould Cheikh Ahmed will be visiting Liberia and Sierra Leone next week, then Guinea shortly after, to reinforce UNMEER’s strategic priorities and see first-hand the Ebola response. He will be accompanied by UN Special Envoy on Ebola, Dr. David Nabarro.According to UNMEER, the three affected countries now have sufficient capacity to isolate and treat 100 percent of confirmed Ebola patients and enough burial teams to ensure safe and dignified burials for 100 percent of all deaths due to Ebola.Before his new appointment, Ould Cheikh Ahmed served as Deputy Special Representative and Deputy Head of the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL).
“This crisis is happening in Europe’s backyard, yet it is largely forgotten by the world,” UN Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Ursula Mueller told a European conference on the humanitarian crisis in eastern Ukraine and the way forward, held on Wednesday in Brussels, Belgium.“We must do better at communicating the daily violence and intensifying deprivation in eastern Ukraine affecting millions of people,” added Ms. Mueller, who is also Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator.She noted that the human toll of the armed conflict is appalling, with over 2,530 civilians killed and 9,000 injured. Thousands of homes, hundreds of hospitals, schools, and water and electricity facilities have been damaged due to the hostilities.“Countless ceasefire agreements have failed to stick, and it is this political failure to bring about a definitive end to the conflict that continues to force 4.4 million conflict-affected Ukrainians to endure daily suffering and to make impossible choices,” she warned.Hostilities aside, hundreds of lives have been lost due to mines and explosive remnants. eastern Ukraine is rapidly becoming “one of the most mined areas in the world,” which, if not addressed, will stall reconstruction and development for many years to come, she said, noting that mine clearance and risk education is urgently needed in all conflict-affected areas, particularly along the “contact line,” including the checkpoints.With one million crossings each month across the 457-km “contact line,” thousands of people face delays and obstacles in accessing basic services, pensions, social benefits, and markets every day.Last December, humanitarians in Ukraine consolidated a comprehensive and prioritized $187 million Humanitarian Response Plan that sets out the urgent need to reach vulnerable Ukrainians with assistance and protection throughout 2018.“It is sobering to note that four years ago, Ukraine had no need of a humanitarian appeal,” Ms. Mueller said.It is clear from a 2018 assessment that needs across all sectors continue to rise, particularly in non-Government controlled areas and across the “contact line,” she said, urging the de facto authorities to facilitate the resumption of the activities of all humanitarian actors’ programmes, and appealing to the Government of Ukraine to do all it can to ensure freedom of movement of civilians, and to end the commercial ban across the contact line.
In the wake of the English inquiry, NHS Scotland admitted the same practice took place north of the border.Ms Reid is now demanding to know what happened to her son who, she said, deserved a proper burial.Funeral directors Scotmid Co-operative Funerals said as soon as they heard of the allegations they informed Police Scotland.A statement said: “We also recently met with Mrs Reid and close members of her family to offer our full support in what has been an extremely distressing situation for them.”We hope that our actions in contacting the police will help give Mrs Reid the answers to the questions she has raised about her son’s funeral.”NHS Lothian deputy chief executive Jim Crombie said: “Our condolences are with the family of Gary Paton. This matter is now being looked into by the police and we are unable to comment further.” A mother who has been fighting for 42 years to find out what happened to her dead baby’s remains has discovered his coffin was buried with no body in it.Credit:Facebook The coffin itself had disintegrated. Prof Black, who did discover a hat, shawl, cross and name tag said there were neither skeletal remains nor evidence of decomposition. Lydia ReidCredit:BBC “Ultimately there is only one possible logical explanation and that is that the body was not put in that coffin.”Ms Reid, 68, said she was devastated by the findings.She recalled that when she asked to see her dead son, she was shown the body of a child which was not hers.”I objected but they said I was suffering from post-natal depression,” she said.”This baby was blonde and big, my baby was tiny and dark-haired. This was not my son.” A mother who won a court order to find out what had happened to her baby’s remains has discovered that his coffin was buried without a body.Lydia Reid’s 42-year quest looked to have come to a conclusion when a court granted her an order for an exhumation.Ms Reid had been a leading member of a campaign to reveal the extent to which Scottish hospitals used dead children’s body parts for research.In 2001 an official report in England found that 104,300 organs, foetuses and body parts were in storage, the majority at 25 hospitals.Ms Reid feared that the same thing had happened to her son, Gary, who was only seven days old when he died at Edinburgh’s Sick Kids hospital in July 1975.Following the court order and exhumation was carried out by Professor Dame Sue Black, an eminent forensic anthropologist.She concluded that the coffin had been buried without human remains, the BBC reported.Prof Reid reached her conclusion following the exhumation at Saughton Cemetery in Edinburgh. 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.
Environmental Scientifics Group, to be commonly known as ESG, is the new name for the combined expertise of Scientifics and the Environmental Services Group encompassing brands such as Soil Mechanics, TES Bretby, PMC and CL Voelker. The group of companies, initially brought together by Inspicio (a testing and inspection services company), offer a complete solution for all legislative and regulatory environmental compliance from the ground up. The companies operate in areas such as geotechnical and energy testing, environmental safety compliance and laboratories and analytical services.With a history dating back more than 100 years, and with more than 1,000 employees working in 26 offices nationwide, the ESG group was formally launched a week ago by Sir Steve Redgrave at the Churchill War Rooms, London, UK.The launch, ‘The New Gold Standard,’ signals the development of a new framework aimed at making it easier for customers to use ESG’s diverse range of services. The businesses will work together ‘as one’ for the benefit of clients, rather than as a collection of individual business units. The launch shows ESG’s strong commitment to customer service and continued investment to achieve excellence. The brands, Soil Mechanics, Scientifics, TES Bretby, PMC and CL Voelker, known and respected in their respective sectors, will remain.ESG provides expert test, analysis and advice that is UKAS accredited and fully industry and legislatively compliant, providing customers with a high quality and timely service. Alex Sleeth, CEO, ESG said: “Our aim with ESG is to have a business which works in partnership with our customers to provide a total solution across a unique range of environmental inspection, testing and consultancy services. We pride ourselves on the levels of accreditation standards the businesses hold which ensure our standards are at the forefront of our industry.”ExpansionESG is expanding already. It announced today that it intends to acquire the Geotechnical and Testing Services Division (GTS) of Bureau Veritas UK Holdings, a provider of testing services. The acquisition will strengthen each of ESG’s divisions – Geotechnical and Energy, Laboratories and Analytical and Environmental Safety Compliance by expanding its national coverage and UKAS accredited laboratory network. With nine locations across England and Scotland, GTS offer a range of expertise, including geotechnical engineering; structural investigation; materials testing; soil testing; specialist metallurgy engineering and analytical chemistry. It has more than 2,000 customers and all GTS’s laboratories are UKAS accredited and the Consultancy Services business is accredited with BS 9000:2000 and 14001:2004. The deal is expected to complete in December 2009.Robin Hastie, Managing Director, GTS: “Inspicio is a well respected name in the inspection and testing market and its businesses have a reputation for quality and data integrity. GTS is a niche business with an excellent reputation and we are confident that its new home within the Environmental Scientifics Group will be good for both customers and employees alike.”
WET AND WINDY weather conditions combined with a growing number of older cars on the road prompted an 11 per cent rise last month in the number of motorists contacting the AA due to a breakdown.Figures released by the motoring association also show a 27 per cent increase in call-outs to motorists with engine problems, 15 per cent increase in motorists with flat batteries, and a rise of 12 per cent in the number of motorists getting flat tyres.Conor Faughnan, Director of Consumer Affairs at the AA, said that engines are forced to work “much harder in winter”, leading to more break-downs and an increased need for maintenance.However, he also said that the increase in breakdowns is down to people keeping their cars for longer: Irish people are hanging on to their present cars for longer these days and there is no doubt that this is why we are seeing more car breakdowns.“This has been evident all year but it was striking how many car breakdowns happened in the last month that were caused at least in part by cars not being prepared for poor weather.”While some are keeping their cars for longer, CSO figures last week revealed a 16 per cent increase in the number of new private cars licensed for the first time.As winter sets in, the AA is advising motorists to keep an eye on the several aspects of their car’s maintenance to avoid running into difficulties:Avoid using worn tyres, as this will lead to a loss of grip in wet or frosty road conditions.Top up your engine’s coolant with anti-freeze.Ensure your windscreen washer fluid is topped up.Oil and break fluid should be topped up as normal.Read: Volkswagen most popular as new vehicle licenses jump 16 per cent >Debunked: Does switching off your engine when stuck in traffic save fuel? >
THE IRISH COAST Guard’s Dublin-based helicopter was dispatched to assist in the search for a 76-year-old man missing from Blackrock last night.George Manson was last seen in the Stillorgan area on Sunday evening.The Rescue 116 helicopter was sent to assist gardaí in the search of a remote area of Co Wicklow, near Kilbride, at around 8.30pm after his car was located.Three garda dog team, the Glen of Imaal Mountain Rescue Team, and the Dublin Wicklow Mountain Rescue were also involved in last night’s search.The helicopter returned to its base at Dublin Airport shortly after 10pm. The search is expected to continue today.Gardaí yesterday renewed their appeal for help finding George. He’s described as being 5′ 6″ in height, of a slim build with grey hair and a moustache.Anyone with information is being asked to contact Blackrock Garda Station on 01 6665200, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666111, or any Garda Station.
The future of propaganda is in your pocket. The Egyptian government has utilized emergency services to get its pro-regime messages onto the phones of protesters, a fact confirmed by Vodaphone. The carrier issued a statement stating that Hosni Mubarak’s regime was sending “messages to people” that weren’t “scripted by any of the mobile network operators and we do not have the ability to respond to the authorities on their content.” AdChoices广告Wired managed to get a hold of two of the texts. The first, sent on Monday, reads, “Egypt’s youth. Beware rumors and listen to the voice of reason. Egypt is above all so preserve it.” The government sent another yesterday reading, “To each mother-father-sister-brother, to every honest citizen. Preserve this country because the homeland stays forever.”Isn’t that Murbarak has a Twitter account? The company has approached the government to complain. “Vodafone Group has protested to the authorities that the current situation regarding these messages is unacceptable. We have made clear that all messages should be transparent and clearly attributable to the originator.”
Un second Google Doodle pour vous (re)souhaiter de Joyeuses fêtes Aujourd’hui, 25 décembre, Google a dévoilé une seconde version de son Doodle de Noël pour souhaiter une nouvelle fois Joyeuses fêtes à tous les internautes. Une initiative qui n’a pas plu à tout le monde…Google ne pouvait laisser passer l’occasion. Déjà habitué des changements de logo, le géant américain a réalisé non pas un Doodle pour célébrer Noël mais bien deux ! Celui dévoilé le 24 décembre a ainsi laissé place cette nuit à minuit à un second logo tout aussi original. Celui-ci prolonge visiblement la petite histoire contée par le précédent puisqu’on y voit toujours le fameux soldat guider la fanfare de jouets dans un monde féérique lui-même entièrement construit à partir de jouets et des fameuses lettres de Google.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Comme celle qui l’a précédée, cette petite scénette vise à souhaiter Joyeux fêtes à tous les internautes. Une petite attention qui n’a toutefois pas convaincu tout le monde… Pourquoi ? A cause du terme employé par le géant américain : Google souhaite de “Joyeuses fêtes” et non un “Joyeux Noël”. En vérité, celui-ci aurait préféré utilisé une expression religieusement neutre, pour marquer le caractère universel de ces fêtes de fin d’année, comme l’explique Numerama.com. Mais comme ces Doodles ne sont apparus que le 24 et le 25, ils peuvent difficilement se rapporter à une autre fête que celle de Noël… D’où la colère de certains internautes qui ont même fini par pousser Google à réagir sur son forum.En effet, un véritable sujet a été créé autour de cette question et compte aujourd’hui plus de 85 messages. Des internautes y ont ainsi accusé Google d’être trop neutre et même de détruire l’esprit de Noël ! Une affirmation à laquelle n’a pas tardé à réagir Jessica Schwartz, animatrice de communauté Google Search : “Les Doodles de Google sont faits pour faire sourire les gens et je suis triste d’apprendre que cela perturbe gravement les gens sur ce fil de discussion, au point même de croire que cela “détruit l’esprit de Noël””. En ce jour de fête, le mieux encore est donc de prendre l’initiative de Google telle qu’elle a été pensée par les équipes qui nous ravissent chaque année de dizaines de Doodles : comme une jolie attention destinée à souhaiter une belle fin d’année à tous les internautes.Le 25 décembre 2012 à 16:43 • Maxime Lambert
Let’s not get too excited, but there is a bit of news regarding spring chinook.The first hatchery spring chinook of the season returned to Merwin Dam on Wednesday. That’s a bit ironic given the North Fork of the Lewis River is expected to have a dismal return of only about 700 spring salmon.A second spring chinook has been counted at Bonneville Dam. So, there was only a month hiatus between now and the first fish in mid-February.Washington officials also sampled their second spring chinook in the sport fishery on Wednesday.Water clarity in the Willamette River at the Morrison Bridge was slightly less than 2 feet on Thursday. Water clarity on Wednesday at Bonneville Dam was 4 feet, so sufficient for salmon fishing. The water temperature at Bonneville Dam is 39.7 degrees.Angling at Wind River and Drano Lake opens on Thursday.Walleye fishing continues to be good in the upper The Dalles pool and in John Day pool.Angler sampling by the Washington (WDFW) and Oregon (ODFW) department of Fish and Wildlife;Lower Columbia — Tongue Point to Wauna power lines, one boater and two bank rods with no spring chinook. (ODFW)Cathlamet, two bank rods with no catch. (WDFW)Longview, 15 boaters and 22 bank rods with no spring chinook or steelhead. (WDFW)Portland to Westport, Ore., 40 boaters with no spring chinook; 73 Oregon bank rods with one spring chinook kept. (ODFW)Kalama, 15 boaters with one spring chinook kept; 11 bank rods with no catch. (WDFW)Woodland, 10 boaters and 55 bank rods with no catch. (WDFW)Warrior Rock to Kelley Point, 46 boaters and two bank rods with no catch. (WDFW)Davis Bar to Portland airport tower, four boaters and two bank rods with no catch. (WDFW)Troutdale, Ore., four boaters with no spring chinook. (ODFW)Camas-Washougal, 18 boaters with no catch. (WDFW)North Bonneville, seven bank rods with one steelhead kept. (WDFW)Mid-Columbia — Bonneville pool, one boater with no walleye; 41 boaters with four legal sturgeon kept plus one oversize and 89 sublegal released; 37 bank rods with two legal sturgeon kept plus 21 sublegals released. (WDFW)The Dalles pool, 65 boaters with 86 walleye kept and 38 released; six bank rods with two walleye kept; 20 boaters with one legal sturgeon kept plus one oversize and 22 sublegal sturgeon released; two bank rods with one legal sturgeon kept. (WDFW)
Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprnDownload AudioInsurance Director tells lawmakers individual market could collapseRachel Waldholz, Alaska Public Media – JuneauAlaska’s individual health insurance market could collapse as soon as next year, unless the legislature acts.House bill streamlines children in state custodyJoaqlin Estus, KNBA – AnchorageThe first bill to come out of the Legislative special session may be one that streamlines handling of children in state custody.Bill with $1B for icebreaker advances to SenateLiz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media – Washington D.C.The Arctic is one step closer to having a new U.S. icebreaker. The full Senate Appropriations committee this morning passed a bill that includes $1 billion for a heavy duty polar ship. Sen. Lisa Murkowski says the money would fully fund a goal she’s worked toward for years.‘Spicy’ ocean levels could spell trouble for marine mammal huntingEmily Russell, KNOM – NomeThe Arctic Ocean is getting spicier. A new study published in the Journal of Physical Oceanography suggests that rising temperatures in the far north could result in warmer, saltier water, or what’s know as spicier water. This could make marine mammal hunting off Alaska’s coast more dangerous.Department of Fish and Game seeks to prevent closing of caribou hunting to outsidersLaura Kraegel, KNOM – NomeThe Alaska Department of Fish and Game has asked the Federal Subsistence Board to repeal its controversial decision to close caribou hunting in the Northwest Arctic to all non-local hunters.Brown bears draw hundreds to Alaska Peninsula for spendy spring huntHannah Colton, KDLG – DillinghamHundreds of people have traveled to the Alaska Peninsula this month for a chance to bag a brown bear. Most hunters are non-residents who hire guides and charter flights, driving an estimated $10 million dollars of economic activity.Man charged after using stolen front loader to rob liquor storeWesley Early, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageA man was charged with DUI, theft and criminal mischief among other charges after he ran a front loader into an Anchorage Brown Jug liquor store in order to rob it at around 3 in the morning on Thursday.Barrow experiences earliest snowmelt on recordEmily Russell, KNOM – NomeSnow in the northern most town in the nation is melting earlier than everbefore on record. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’sObservatory in Barrow reported a snowmelt starting on May 13. That’s 10 daysearlier than the previous record set in 2002. NOAA has been recordingsnowmelt from its Barrow Observatory for over 70 years.Tanana River erosion closes trail, threatens cabins at Big Delta State Historical ParkTim Ellis, KUAC – FairbanksAlaska State Parks officials have closed a section of trail in Big Delta State Historical Park near Delta Junction, because the Tanana River been cutting sharply into its southern bank where the trail is located. The extreme erosion now threatens a couple of historical cabins within the park. State and local officials are working on a plan to shore up the bank – and to come up with a way to pay for it.Seattle’s KPLU meets $7M fundraising goal, avoiding saleZachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageA public radio station based in Seattle and serving the Puget Sound Region announced Thursday it has raised enough money to stay on air
Caribou graze on the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, with the Brooks Range as a backdrop. (USFWS)Now that Congress has OK’d oil and gas exploration in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge’s coastal plain, opponents are preparing for the next phase in their decades-long struggle to protect the environmentally sensitive area.Listen now“This fight is not over. For the Gwich’in, it has just begun, on a whole new level,” Bernadette Demientieff, executive director of the Gwich-in Steering Committee, said.Demientieff says members of the Fairbanks-based organization are taking a few days off before they resume their efforts to protect the coastal plain and its wildlife from oil-industry development.“Right now, we just take the time to calm down, because there’s a lot of anger,” Demientieff said. “And we can’t act out in anger.”The Gwich’in consider the lands that would be opened to oil and gas exploration as sacred. They also worry the industrial activity will harm the Porcupine caribou herd and other wildlife that’s essential to indigenous peoples’ subsistence.“I would just say for every body just to enjoy their loved ones,” Demientieff said. “And in the new year, we will unite, get back on track, and work on ways that we are going to keep them out of the Arctic refuge.”Local conservation groups also are preparing to launch campaigns to protect the coastal plain, in concert with their national counterparts and indigenous peoples organizations.“You’ll see Northern Alaska Environmental Center and our partners here in Alaska continue to stand in solidarity with the Gwich’in nation,” Elizabeth Dabney, executive director of the Northern Alaska Environmental Center said. “This is a huge blow to their way of life. And a lack of an acknowledgement of the time they spent in Washington, D.C., raising their voices.”Fairbanks Climate Action Coalition spokeswoman Jessica Girard accuses Alaska’s congressional delegation of favoring industry over Alaskans who oppose opening the coastal plain to oil and gas development.Girard said U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski sold out by voting in favor of the federal tax-reform bill that contained provisions to open ANWR, despite another part of the bill that will cripple the Affordable Care Act – which the senator said she opposed earlier this year.“I think we saw a spike in support for the refuge, specifically here in Alaska, when people began to realize that Murkowski did sell out her health-care vote simply to get her pet project, which is the Arctic refuge,” Girard said.Murkowski has denied those accusations, saying the bill’s provision to repeal the universal mandate from the health care act, quote, “restores to people the freedom to choose” because it eliminates the requirement that all Americans be covered by health insurance.Dabney said Murkowski’s role in including ANWR in the final budget bill casts doubt on her explanation.“It was an underhanded way to get the coastal plain in there. And it was also pretty dangerous and totally disregarded the Gwich’in,” Dabney said.Neither Dabney nor Girard would offer specifics on the new campaigns they say will be launched in the coming year to halt development of the Arctic Refuge.Girard says conservation groups intend to take full advantage of the years-long federal process of identifying lands with oil and gas potential and then conducting lease sales, all of which must be done before drilling can begin.“There’s many hurdles that are in the way of opening the refuge,” Girard said.Throughout that time, Girard says opponents will be waging political fights in Congress, filing lawsuits and staging protests here in Alaska and nationwide.
Coffee prices are at a 13-month high in international markets, after rain hit world’s largest-producer Brazil, lifting share prices of Indian coffee companies on Wednesday. Tata Coffee was the biggest gainer at 6.21 percent on the BSE at around 2.30 p.m., followed by Tata Global Beverages and Bombay Burmah Trading Corporation. “In Brazil it is raining too much in the Arabica areas, and this is definitely causing quality concerns,” Reuters had quoted a European physical coffee trader as saying last Friday. An Indian coffee grower said heavy rainfall is bound to impact harvesting of coffee crop.”Rains at the time of harvest can damage the crop as the beans will fall off. As a result, Arabica prices have been looking up in the last few days. Also, one cannot wish away the effect of drought in Brazil earlier in the year. Hence, it may not turn out to be a bumper crop as projected but not a bad crop either,” the Economic Times quoted coffee grower Anil Bhandari as saying.On June 17, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) had forecast world coffee production for 2016/17 to rise by 2.4 million bags from the previous year to 155.7 million bags (60 kg per bag). The estimate was based on Arabica output in Brazil increasing to about 60 percent of total production, neutralising lower Robusta production in the country, along with Vietnam, and Indonesia.Arabica and Robusta are two main categories of coffee worldwide. The Arabica crop determines global coffee prices.After factoring global consumption at 150.8 million bags, the USDA said exports from Indonesia, Vietnam, Brazil and India are likely to remain lower (than last year). India had exported 3.20 tonnes of coffee in 2015-16, up 13.39 percent from the previous fiscal.After from being the largest producer, Brazil is also the largest exporter of coffee.
Hulu wants to drive more customers to its ad-supported streaming package — lowering the official price from $7.99 to $5.99 per month — while it’s trying to turn a profit on the live-TV bundle with a price hike.Starting next month, Hulu With Live TV will increase by $5 per month, rising from $39.99 to $44.99 per month (a 12.5% increase). At the same time, the monthly price of Hulu’s ad-supported video-on-demand service is dropping by $2, as it seeks to grow advertising revenue. The ad-free VOD plan will remain unchanged, at $11.99 per month.Hulu’s new pricing will go into effect beginning Feb. 26 for new subscribers. For existing subscribers, the new prices will be reflected in their next billing cycle after Feb. 26.The changes come after Netflix last week raised U.S. streaming prices for all customers, including an 18% hike on its most popular plan, the Standard two-stream HD tier, from $10.99 to $12.99 per month. Hulu had been prepping the pricing adjustments for several months — but given the timing, the company is hoping its entry-level streaming plan looks like an even more attractive option against Netflix’s price increase. Popular on Variety Hulu claimed its subscriber base topped 25 million last year, with the service netting 8 million total new subs for 2018. It doesn’t spell out which plans those customers take, but a rep confirmed that the “majority” of Hulu customers are on the ad-supported VOD plan. In September 2018, Hulu touted hitting 1 million subscribers for the live-TV service.Why is Hulu dropping the price of its most popular plan — given that it’s continuing to lose money? The joint venture lost up to $440 million in the third quarter of 2018, more than double a loss of $207 million a year earlier, according to filings by its parent companies.At the cheaper price, Hulu has seen higher engagement and retention among subscribers. And by pricing the ad-supported tier lower than rivals like Netflix, Hulu hopes to amass an even bigger audience for its ad business: The company claimed ad revenue jumped more than 45% in 2018, to nearly $1.5 billion. In addition, Hulu has already run extensive promotions for the VOD plan with ads for $5.99 per month for the first 12 months (and even offered it for 99 cents per month over Black Friday), and is now setting that as standard price. Also note that Netflix raised the price of its entry-level Basic plan, which offers a single non-HD stream, from $7.99 to $8.99 per month.Meanwhile, the rationale is more straightforward for the price hike for Hulu With Live TV. After an initial land-grab to sign up cost-conscious TV subscribers at the $40 price point — amid aggressive competition from the likes of Dish’s Sling TV, YouTube TV, and AT&T’s DirecTV Now — Hulu needs to make the package profitable.Over the past year, Hulu has added nearly a dozen live TV channels to the bundle, including the CW, Discovery Channel, TLC, Animal Planet and ABC News. It now includes more than 60 channels, including local broadcast channels for ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox. CEO Randy Freer, speaking at a conference last month, claimed the company has been able to improve margins on the live TV product by 50% over the past year but he also acknowledged, “We all have to ultimately run a business that can be profitable.” Hulu’s rejiggered pricing strategy comes ahead of a change in ownership structure: Disney is set to take over 60% control of Hulu after absorbing 20th Century Fox’s stake, with Comcast retaining its 30% stake and AT&T’s WarnerMedia holding 10%. Disney CEO Bob Iger has said he wants to expand Hulu internationally and boost investments in original content.Hulu positioned the price changes as providing a greater range of choices to consumers. The service boasts an on-demand lineup of more than 85,000 TV episodes, more than any other U.S. streaming service, plus thousands of movies. In addition to current shows like “The Good Doctor,” “Killing Eve,” “This Is Us,” “Atlanta” and “Grown-ish,” all of Hulu’s packages include original series like “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Marvel’s Runaways,” “Future Man” and “Castle Rock.” In addition, it has exclusive U.S. streaming rights to all seasons of TV series including “ER,” “Lost,” “King of the Hill,” “30 Rock,” “Family Guy,” “Seinfeld,” “South Park” and “Curious George.”“Hulu is giving TV fans what they want — choice, flexibility and control — in what they watch, how they watch and what they pay for the TV plan that best suits their needs,” the company said in a statement about the price changes. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. 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The PlayStation Network has slowly been stumbling back online. First developers started to see signs of life, then Sony turned parts back on for gamers. Two days after doing so an issue was found with the password reset that allowed anyone with your email address and date of birth to take control of your account. In response, Sony took access to some of its websites and the password reset page offline again.The good news is, PSN is coming back slowly, and now we have found out we can expect to get the PlayStation Store back online come May 24.That news comes via a memo Sony sent to developers and publishers explaining its plans. The date is still tentative as it will only be honored if no more issues occur. If it does go ahead, expect a lot of new content to appear over the coming weeks.Being offline for three weeks has meant new content planned for release has built up. So Sony is going to release it in batches a couple of times a week for a few weeks. When they have caught up we will go back to a regular schedule.The planned batch releases will occur on May 24 and 27, then May 31 and June 3. The release schedule will be the same as was originally intended, but publishers can ask for it to be changed if there is a good reason for doing so.The PlayStation Store is one of the most important areas of PSN. Sony, develoeprs, and publishers count on it for revenue, while gamers use it to purchase digital games and get DLC. Having it come back online should help calm angry gamers, but it should also allow Sony to start saying sorry by offering free games to everyone.Read more at Gamasutra
The 9-year-old boy who was a victim of a hijacking yesterday (December 14) was unharmed by the two hijackers.During the horrific ordeal, the young boy was held at knife-point and told not to shout.The boy, along with his family, were on their way to a game farm for their holidays.Alarm bells triggered when the family didn’t arrive at their holiday destination and their family could not get in contact with them; their cell-phones were off.The family were hijacked and robbed in Mooi River.The hijackers proceeded towards Ladysmith, using the Ezakheni road, with the family still in the car.The hijackers stopped at Midlands Motors (Ladysmith) to refuel and that’s when the family attempted to escape.The father fought off the hijackers, who were armed with a gun and a knife, while the wife and elder child managed to jump out of the vehicle.The 9-year-old boy was joining them when one of the hijackers slammed the door closed on the boy, trapping him inside the vehicle before he could escape.The child hit his head against the door panel and was thrown back into the car. The hijackers then jumped back into the car and fled the scene.Fearing her child was injured, the mother was beside herself and totally devastated.Secure SA were informed and they contacted Ladysmith police. Secure SA co-ordinated the rescue operation with RTI; the K9 Unit; CIG; SAPS units from Estcourt, Weenen, Winterton, Mooi River and PMB; Bergville Public Safety and N3TC.Secure SA sent out an alert message to be on the lookout for the hijacked vehicle (BOLO – Be On Look Out).The vehicle was spotted in the Ladysmith CBD, speeding out of town in the Durban direction.Emergency services were aware of the general direction the vehicle was travelling in, and rolling roadblocks and patrol vehicles were deployed on every possible escape route. N3TC and RTI played an integral role in ensuring that this was well co-ordinated.The driver of a private ambulance travelling along the R103 noticed a suspicious-looking vehicle travelling in front of him. The driver, from Sharaj Ambulance Services, saw the Renault making a U-turn and heading back towards him. The car then made another U-turn, slotting in behind the ambulance. He was unaware of the hijacking and kidnapping at the time. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite “My initial thoughts were that I was about to be hijacked. One of the occupants was wearing a balaclava and the vehicle was heading towards me. I had seen Bergville traffic officer Freddie Halgreen on the side of the road a short time before, so I knew he was nearby. I phoned Freddie to inform him of what was going on. That’s when I was told the vehicle had been hijacked and there was a child on board,” said the ambulance driver.The chasing vehicles, now having visual confirmation from the Sharaj medic, turned off their blue lights and sirens so they could approach the hijackers undetected.The medic was told to drive on ahead of the hijacked vehicle, with emergency services coming up from the rear to eventually box the vehicle in.A high-speed chase ensued involving Bergville traffic officers, farmers and the K9 Unit. The hijackers were eventually stopped when Bergville Public Safety commander Freddie Halgreen cut them off and another vehicle rammed the hijackers’ vehicle from behind to bring it to a complete stop near the Loskop fly-over.The Public Safety commander and heavily-armed burly farmers stormed the vehicle, resulting in both suspects being overpowered and the young boy freed unharmed.The terrified child had remained calm throughout the ordeal, but the moment he realised he was finally free and safe, he burst into tears as he was led to safety by the farmers.The boy was examined by Sharaj medics, who found him to be unharmed.K9 Unit and CIG officers who arrived seconds afterwards arrested the suspects. They were found in possession of a knife and a firearm.DID YOU KNOW?Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook andTwitter. Join us there!
News | March 12, 2015 Sectra Completes Testing of New IHE Breast Tomosynthesis Profiles Sectra PACS used to check interoperability of mammography, digital breast tomosynthesis profiles Technology | Breast Biopsy Systems | July 24, 2019 Fujifilm Releases Tomosynthesis Biopsy Option for Aspire Cristalle Mammography System Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A. Inc. recently expanded its breast imaging solutions with the launch of its… read more Technology | Mammography Reporting Software | July 25, 2019 Hologic Partners With MagView to Develop Unifi EQUIP Solution Hologic announced a partnership with mammography information solutions provider MagView to develop Unifi EQUIP, an… read more March 12, 2015 — Sectra announced successful completion of testing of the Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE) profiles MAMMO and DBT (digital breast tomosynthesis) at the North American IHE Connectathon, Jan. 26-30 in Cleveland. The testing was done using Sectra PACS (picture archive and communication system), which implements the Image Display and Image Manager actors of these profiles.Sectra Breast Imaging PACS is a Web-based workstation featuring advanced diagnostic tools, including integrated computer-aided detection (CAD) and reporting, which offers a single-system reading environment for mammographers. True multimodality capabilities allow images from any modality — such as ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or breast tomosynthesis — to be displayed side-by-side with the mammograms.For more information: www.sectra.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more IBM collected a dataset of 52,936 images from 13,234 women who underwent at least one mammogram between 2013 and 2017, and who had health records for at least one year prior to the mammogram. The algorithm was trained on 9,611 mammograms. Image courtesy of Radiology. Image courtesy of Imago Systems News | Breast Imaging | August 02, 2019 Volpara to Distribute Screenpoint Medical’s Transpara AI Solution Volpara Solutions and ScreenPoint Medical BV signed an agreement under which Volpara will sell ScreenPoint’s Transpara… read more News | Enterprise Imaging | July 29, 2019 Philips Announces 10-year Enterprise Informatics Agreement With Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Nancy Philips and Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire (CHRU) de Nancy, a leading academic hospital in the Grand Est… read more Feature | Artificial Intelligence | July 19, 2019 | Michal Chorev AI Models Predict Breast Cancer With Radiologist-level Accuracy Breast cancer is the global leading cause of cancer-related deaths in women, and the most commonly diagnosed cancer… read more News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more News | Mammography Reporting Software | July 26, 2019 Ikonopedia Releases Automated Combined Reporting Package at AHRA Ikonopedia showcased its recently released Automated Combined Reporting package and its entire suite of structured… read more Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more Related Content
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