APTN National NewsNunavut RCMP made their annual report to Iqaluit city council last night, and their answer to a question about responce times has raised some questions in Nunavut’s capital city.That question: How many times do you need to call dispatch to get an officer to respond? The answer is that it is sometimes not just once.APTN’s Kent Driscoll reports from Iqaluit.
LAS VEGAS — Officials in Las Vegas say nearly 4.3 million passengers passed through McCarran International Airport in April, up 2.3% compared with the same month a year ago.The Clark County Department of Aviation reported Wednesday that means more than 16.2 million arriving and departing passengers have used the airport so far this year, up 2.5% from the same period last year.The airport set a record high 49.7 million passengers in calendar 2018, making it one of the 10 busiest in the nation based on passenger count.Southwest Airlines is by far the busiest carrier at the airport. It reported 1.5 million passengers in April, about the same as in April 2018.United and American saw decreases in passengers in the year-to-year comparison.The Associated Press
TORONTO — Allegations of price fixing in the bread aisles of major grocers are “shocking” and “bizarre,” analysts said Wednesday as more companies came forward to reveal they are co-operating with an investigation by the country’s competition watchdog.Grocer Sobey’s Inc. confirmed Wednesday that the watchdog was present at its offices in connection with search warrants regarding pricing related to commercial bread dating back to 2001.“They arrived in our Stellarton and Ontario offices (Tuesday),” said spokeswoman Jacquelin Corrado in an email. “We are co-operating to support the investigation and have advised employees internally of the process underway.”The Competition Bureau said late Tuesday that the Ontario Superior Court in Ottawa granted search warrants “based on evidence that there are reasonable grounds to believe that certain individuals and companies have engaged in activities contrary to the Competition Act.”Spokeswoman Marie-France Faucher said the bureau was conducting the searches and gathering evidence to determine the facts, but that there has been no conclusion of wrongdoing at this time and no charges have been laid.Faucher added that she could not reveal more details, as the bureau is required to conduct investigations confidentially. The application and search warrants are also sealed.Canada’s Competition Act prohibits agreements that “prevent or unduly lessen competition or to unreasonably enhance the price of a product.”That could include agreements between competitors to fix prices, or to restrict production of a product by setting quotas or other means that would be considered cartel activities. Penalties for price fixing could include fines of up to $10 million, imprisonment to a maximum term of five years, or both.However, the bureau says price-fixing conspiracies are, by their nature, difficult to detect and prove.“Suspicions and evidence of identical prices are not enough to prove a criminal offence,” the bureau says on its website.The country’s other big grocers, Loblaw Companies Ltd. and Metro Inc. have said they are fully co-operating with the probe but would not comment on whether their offices were searched.George Weston Ltd. (TSX:WN), which owns a controlling stake in Loblaw as well as the Weston Foods bakery, has said it is co-operating with investigators, as have Canada Bread Co. Ltd., which is owned by Mexican company Grupo Bimbo, and Walmart Canada.Canada’s major retailers have many measures in place to guard against price fixing, a practice that prevents or weakens competition through agreements to set prices at artificial levels, said retail analyst Bruce Winder.“It seems a little bizarre, because all the grocers and all the big companies have fairly strong policies, compliance programs and training for employees not to do this,” said Winder, the co-founder and partner of Retail Advisors Network.John Williams, a partner at retail consulting company J.C. Williams Group, called the probe “shocking” given that Canada’s major retailers are governed by very well-defined codes of ethics.He also noted that the bread industry has been in “turmoil” as consumers look for healthier or artisan versions of the food staple, pushing producers to innovate with new varieties to stay competitive.“It now has almost become a fashion item… Huge aisles of white bread are slowly shrinking,” Williams said.Bread also remains a “high-profile item that grocery stores use to drive people in, much like milk,” said Winder.Meanwhile, the sector has faced intensifying competition, with the entry of discount retailers such as Walmart into the grocery space and Amazon’s recent purchase of Whole Foods.“The margin pressure in groceries is astronomical… Competitors are looking for anything to try and get an edge,” Winder said.The Competition Bureau has been cracking down on pricing practices in Canada in recent years.In February, the watchdog moved to sue Hudson’s Bay Co. (TSX:HBC) over alleged deceptive pricing practices, an accusation the retailer denies.The bureau also conducted an investigation into e-book pricing, and reached a deal in 2014 with four major e-book publishers that forced them to drop their practice of stopping retailers from offering discounts on the digital reading material.
Midway through a landmark 20-year programme of population and development reforms, the United Nations observed World Population Day today by calling on governments to increase their commitment to promoting women’s rights and investing more in education and health care. In a message marking the Day, United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan recalled that 10 years ago in Cairo, Egypt, 179 governments agreed that population policies leading to more decent lives for people would have to be addressed if development policies were to succeed. “They agreed that women’s empowerment and gender equality and the elimination of violence against women and girls were cornerstones of population and development policies,” Mr. Annan said.He noted that the Cairo Programme of Action has since guided governments in their efforts to address population dynamics, increase access to education and reproductive health services and to empower women to fulfil their fundamental human right to take part more fully in society.Mr. Annan stressed, however, that too many people have not yet seen these personal gains.“Greater commitment and action are urgently needed, especially when it comes to promoting women’s rights and increasing investments in education and health, including reproductive health and family planning,” he said.
by The Canadian Press Posted Jan 23, 2013 5:00 am MDT Canadians feel growing struggle to finance retirement, says RBC poll TORONTO – A new RBC poll suggests Canadians are increasingly concerned about their ability to finance retirement because of saving for their children’s education and caring for aging parents.Royal Bank (TSX:RY) surveyed Canadians aged 18 and older about their retirement planning ahead of the busy RRSP season.More than 40 per cent of all respondents said that saving for their children’s education has or will impact their ability to save for retirement. That’s higher than the 36 per cent who expressed those concerns in last year’s survey.Some 28 per cent of respondents said they were strongly or somewhat concerned that caring for aging parents would also impact their retirement savings, up from 24 per cent last year.According to the 23rd Annual RBC RRSP Poll, concern about those two issues grew larger among respondents in the 18 to 54 age group.Some 48 per cent in that group are concerned their ability to save for retirement will be impaired by saving for their children’s education, while 36 per cent fear taking care of their aging parents impacts on their ability to save.Despite the potential strain of these family priorities, more than half (57 per cent) of Canadians aged 18 to 54 say their parents’ retirement experience has shaped their expectations of retirement.“While Canadians may see their parents’ retirement experience as a model for what to expect, the reality is that their retirement may not be the same, particularly if they are part of the sandwich generation with both aging parents and school age children,” said Amalia Costa, head of retirement strategies for the bank.The poll found that 26 per cent of Canadians 18 to 54 years old expect that an employer pension will be their primary source of retirement income, and just 18 per cent of them have a defined benefit pension plan.The survey was conducted among 1,225 Canadians by Ipsos Reid between Oct. 24 and Nov. 27. It has a margin of error of plus or minus three percentage points, 19 times out of 20.There have been many surveys, reports and warning signs recently that have suggested Canadians, especially those close to retirement, have either not saved enough, are still in debt, or are being forced to work longer.Banks and other financial institutions are ramping up their surveys on retirement issues ahead of a March 1 deadline for RRSP contributions.Such surveys are routinely done by banks, insurers or other financial companies to research their customers’ views and promote financial products and services such as mutual funds and wealth management. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
Dave Hawkins, a senior operational manager for the ambulance trust, was reported to have said ‘the oldies have to go in the end’ Senior managers are accused of playing “psychological games” with more junior staff, calling them names, threatening them with the sack, accusing some of affairs and subjecting others to anonymous abuse down the phone.Paul Sutton, head of the trust, resigned last year following an investigation by The Daily Telegraph into a covert operation which put lives at risk by automatically downgrading thousands of life-threatening calls.The new reports reveal that he was among four board members at the trust found responsible for “bullying and victimisation” of a female executive.A bullying case against Mr Sutton, who now works for Public Health England, was upheld by an independent investigation, as were two claims of bullying against the trust’s current chief executive, Geraint Davies. There was a universal dread of the atmosphere in the EOC and staff reported feeling ‘sick’, having ‘anxiety attacks’ and wanting to ‘turn back’ rather than come into work for their shift The evidence “strongly suggests” that the alleged bullying emanated from the centre’s senior operations manager, Dave Hawkins, the report concluded.Yet Mr Hawkins continued to work at the trust – and remains there now. It was, some said, as though he was “untouchable”.Staff did not know that Mr Hawkins had just played a critical role – behind the scenes – attempting to protect the trust’s executives from an unfolding scandal. 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. Paul Sutton resigned as chief executive of South East Coast Ambulance Service trust in May 2016 after he was found to have authorised a covert policy to deliberately delay thousands of calls Two female members of staff tried to commit suicide because of criticisms, threats of disciplinary, audit and capability, photography of their clothing and being called ‘f—— c—-’ An investigation said evidence from witness statements “strongly suggests” that alleged bullying emanated from Dave Hawkins, who led the Coxheath centre Show more Desperate 999 call handlers attempted suicide amid an “endemic culture of bullying” at a scandal-hit ambulance service intent on hitting targets, leaked reports state.The reports describe a “culture of fear” in an NHS trust which saw employees subjected to repeated abuse and harassment.In the documents, the then head of the trust is accused of sleeping with young female staff and running a “boys’ club” which protected staff who fiddled figures, and “trashed” the reputations of whistleblowers. Credit:Simon Dack /Alamy Evidence by Francesca Okosi, director of workforce transformation at the trust, states: “Two female members of staff tried to commit suicide because of criticisms, threats of disciplinary, audit and capability, photography of their clothing and being called ‘f—— c—-’.” The resulting investigation, detailed in a second report, dated last April, describes an “endemic culture of bullying and harassment” in the control room.In a statement, Mr Sutton said: “I stand by my record as chief executive of SECAmb, and I refute the wholly unsubstantiated allegations concerning my personal conduct.”A spokesman for the trust said: “In so far as any of these anonymous allegations relate to outstanding matters, we are in discussion with NHS Improvement to determine how best they should be investigated and addressed.” ‘Climate of fear’ that left call centre staff unable to concentrate on emergency callsThe conclusions are damning. A “climate of fear” instilled by managers of a 999 control room centre left staff so frightened they were unable to concentrate even on emergency calls.The independent investigation was opened after staff warned NHS trust executives they were victims of “severe bullying, coercion and intimidation”. At least two attempted suicides were reported to investigators. The inquiry was ordered by the trust’s director of workforce transformation after six members of staff raised concerns after an ambulance dispatcher attempted suicide.Formal disciplinary proceedings should be answered by Mr Hawkins, it said. Yet the manager was suspended for a matter of just days, before simply being shifted to other duties.Staff who had spoken up said they were devastated, writing to the trust’s chief executive Paul Sutton and other officials, asking why Mr Hawkins had been left “swanning around” as though nothing had happened. The Daily Telegraph can now reveal the part he played in trying to cover up a rogue operation, which deliberately delayed responses to thousands of calls, many of them life-threatening.Back in April 2015, an independent investigation into Coxheath Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) in Kent heard that abuse in the control room was so great that it left them struggling to make life-or-death decisions about 999 calls.“Sometimes it was so pressurised and the staff felt so unsupported by the team leaders that they could not concentrate on their emergency calls,” the report states.Several said the attempted suicide of one call handler had been the final spur for action.The inquiry found out that the call handler, then 37, was one of two staff members who attempted to take their life in despair at the abuse they suffered. A third had considered crashing her car rather than face another day of attacks at the Coxheath centre, investigators found. Staff at South East Coast Ambulance trust said they felt like victims of “psychological games”, with shouting and swearing, name-calling and anonymous phone calls employed as weapons.“From the interviews, it was reported that there was a universal dread of the atmosphere in the EOC and staff reported feeling ‘sick’, having ‘anxiety attacks’ and wanting to ‘turn back’ rather than come into work for their shift,” the investigation report states.“One witness said that she had thought of crashing her car in order to avoid coming into work as her fear of being bullied was so great.” The dossier reveals at least two alleged suicide attempts by female victims of bullying at South East Coast Ambulance trust, while a third allegedly contemplated crashing her car in order to escape the abuse.Several claimed they were left under such pressure they could not concentrate on emergency calls, impairing their responses to the public.The trust’s response times for “life-threatening” calls are the worst in the country, after secret policies to “stop the clock” and falsely record responses were uncovered.The leaked documents describe a culture of “favouritism and nepotism” at the trust’s operations centre, in Coxheath, Kent, with more concern about “targets and figures than patient care”. Female emergency call handlers were allegedly attacked as “f—— c—-”, while those approaching 40 were told “the oldies have to go in the end”, the documents state. Union officials questioned how Mr Hawkins had become “untouchable”. They didn’t know that the trust was heading towards a major 111 scandal. Nor did they know that Mr Hawkins had played a crucial role in attempting to protect the trust’s senior officials, by covering up how the secret operation came about.The rogue protocols saw patients with life-threatening conditions forced to wait twice as long for an ambulance if their call came via the 111 helpline. The practice – introduced on the personal orders of Mr Sutton – saw up to 20,000 calls subject to deliberate delays, using practices which improved the trust’s apparent performance against NHS response targets.It was abandoned in February 2015, when a whistleblower alerted local NHS organisations about the practices, which had been linked to a number of deaths. In the weeks that followed, the trust’s risk management and clinical governance committee wanted to know how the practices had come about.A paper was drawn up by a senior operations manager – now known to be Mr Hawkins – which “misled” the committee, an investigation into the scandal said.This provided the committee with a string of “erroneous” facts, suggesting that local commissioners had been given information they had not, overstating the involvement of the trust’s medical director and removing references to concerns raised by clinical staff.It was not until May last year that Mr Sutton resigned. Unpublished documents also reveal that an investigation had upheld claims of bullying right at the top of the organisation. Credit:Terry Blackman /Alamy
He said they first went on the waltzer ride, then disaster struck when Summer went on a bouncy castle.”I just heard my mum scream ‘no’ and within seconds it blew away,” said Mr Grant. “I just saw some sort of cable flying in the air and it just blew away. He said he had seen another large bouncy castle being deflated as they arrived at the fair, but thought this was due to the time of day.His daughters were visiting him in Harlow, where he lives, from Norwich where they lived, he said.Tracy Ayling QC, prosecuting, said a yellow weather warning was in place on March 24 2016 and was still in place on the day of the incident two days later.A meteorologist said the highest gusts during the afternoon had reached 35 to 40mph, Ms Ayling said.The trial continues. “I couldn’t find her. I couldn’t find the entrance to the bouncy castle as it had deflated by the time it reached the end.”He said he saw someone go into the bouncy castle to bring Summer out.Mr Grant said he arrived at the fair with his two daughters and his mother Sharon Stephens and sister Tasha Stephens between 4pm and 5pm on March 26, 2016.He said he first went on the waltzer ride with his daughters, then they went to two bouncy castles that were side-by-side, a dome and a slide.”The bloke who was running both told me it was £3 for both for five or 10 minutes,” he said, adding that the man was black and of slim build.He said Summer and Lily both went on the dome first, then the slide, then Summer went back on the dome alone “as she preferred that one”. “I remember it blowing over some sort of caravan and kept on going over the field.”I started running after the bouncy castle down the field.”He continued: “It was 30 to 50ft in the air and just rolling down the field, just rolling and rolling.”I think it hit a tree. At the end of the field, it came to a halt when it hit the fence. Summer’s mother Cara Blackie arrives at Chelmsford Crown Court Credit:Essex News and Pictures A father whose daughter died after a bouncy castle blew “30 to 50ft in the air” with her inside it has told a court how he desperately chased after the inflatable.Seven-year-old Summer Grant had been enjoying a family day out at an Easter fair at Harlow Town Park in Essex when the bouncy castle was blown away, a trial at Chelmsford Crown Court was told.She was rescued from within the bouncy castle and taken to hospital where she died from her injuries.Fairground worker William Thurston, 29, and his wife Shelby Thurston, 26, both deny manslaughter by gross negligence and a health and safety offence.Prosecutors say that the Thurstons, of Whitecross Road, Wilburton, near Ely, Cambridgeshire, failed to ensure that the bouncy castle was “adequately anchored” to the ground and failed to monitor weather conditions to ensure it was safe to use.Summer’s father Lee Grant, giving evidence in court on Tuesday, said he was at the fair with his two daughters Summer and Lily, who was five years old at the time. Shelby Thurston arrives at Chelmsford Crown Court Credit: EAST NEWS PRESS AGENCY Asked about the weather at the time, he said: “It was spitting lightly, a little bit windy, nothing to suggest a bouncy castle was about to blow away.” Two fairground workers are charged over the death of a young girl after a bouncy castle flew away Credit: EAST NEWS PRESS AGENCY 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.
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. The FOI response said the figures include, but are not limited to, accounts on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. Prisons have been forced to shut down hundreds of social media accounts run by inmates amid the rise in the number of mobile phones being smuggled into jails.The number of Facebook, Instagram and YouTube profiles deactivated at the request of prison authorities has almost quadrupled in three years.More than 1,700 accounts were removed from 2015 to last year, with the bulk of cases triggered by prisoners using illicit mobiles to upload content themselves. Removals are also sought when video or images captured in jail, or messages sent from behind bars, are posted by people on the outside.The Prison Officers Association warned that the “shocking” figures risked undermining confidence in the criminal justice system, while the Prison Service said it works closely with social media companies to close accounts used by prisoners.Figures on social media accounts removed after being identified by HM Prison and Probation Service were released by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) following a freedom of information (FOI) request.The number of removals increased in each of the four years for which data was provided, with 153 in 2015, followed by 462 in 2016, 527 in 2017 and 594 last year. In total, 1,736 accounts were taken offline, with 1,121 – or nearly two-thirds – removed in 2017 and 2018. Criminal gangs have deployed a range of tactics to exploit the lucrative contraband market behind bars.A Prison Service spokesman said: “We do not tolerate the use of mobile phones in our jails and we work closely with social media companies to close accounts being used by prisoners.“We are investing millions in body scanners, phone-blocking technology and other measures to prevent phones being smuggled into and used in prison.”He added: “Any prisoner found with a mobile phone faces extra time behind bars.” The MoJ declined to provide a detailed breakdown of the cases by jail or social media platform because it said that could prejudice the prevention or detection of crime and maintenance of security and order in prisons.Glyn Travis, of the Prison Officers Association, said: “The POA is not surprised by the shocking statistics which highlight the growing problems of prisoners using technology in prisons.“The use of social media sites on illegal phones by prisoners can only undermine public confidence in the criminal justice system.“These sites continue to be accessed and prisoners are taunting victims, intimidating witnesses and organising criminal activity from the safety of a prison cell.”Alex Mayes, of the charity Victim Support, said victims “may feel unsafe knowing that the perpetrator could potentially contact them or their family and friends.“Victims should feel most safe when the perpetrator is serving their sentence and this news could leave them feeling that justice has not been fully served.”Authorities have identified the illegal use of smartphones as one of the most significant threats faced by jails.In the 12 months to March last year, there were 10,643 incidents where mobile phones were found in prisons in England and Wales, a 15 per cent increase compared with the previous year.
FBI uncovers ‘chilling’ terror plot by US Army veteran to bomb white supremacist rally 26 year-old Mark Domingo planned to carry out the attack on Sunday. United States Attorney Nick Hanna stands next to photos of Mark Domingo during a press conference yesterday Source: Richard Vogel/APDomingo said he had an assault rifle, a semi-automatic rifle and several magazines of ammunition, and talked about attacking Jews walking to synagogue, shooting police officers or attacking a church or military base.When the source asked him how he planned to carry out violence without getting caught, court records said Domingo replied: “Martyrdom, bro”.He eventually decided to plant an improvised explosive device that could be remotely detonated at a white supremacist event, investigators said.The confidential source then connected him with a purported bomb maker who was actually an undercover police officer.Acted aloneIf he survived the planned bombing, Domingo allegedly discussed launching further attacks on the Long Beach Port or on a train.The plot was thwarted just two days ahead of the event, investigators said, when an FBI SWAT team arrested Domingo after he was given bomb parts and surveyed where the rally was supposed to happen.He is believed to have acted alone and authorities said the public was not at risk.After he was identified online by the FBI, he was under surveillance around the clock, said Ryan Young, the FBI special agent in charge of counter terrorism at the Los Angeles office.“Our biggest fear is this was a rapid what we call ‘radicalization to mobilization to violence’,” Young said.“Sometimes we get asked ‘What keeps you up at night?’ This is a case that keeps us up at night.”With reporting from Associated Press. Short URL Share5 Tweet Email Image: AP Apr 30th 2019, 7:27 AM By Stephen McDermott 20 Comments Tuesday 30 Apr 2019, 7:27 AM An undated photo of Mark Domingo Image: AP A US ARMY veteran has been arrested after plotting to bomb a white supremacist rally in revenge for the New Zealand mosque attacks, prosecutors said last night.Mark Domingo, who served in Afghanistan before converting to Islam, was arrested on Friday after authorities discovered his plan to plant homemade nail bombs at the rally in California.The 26 year-old was arrested for providing material support to terrorists, while it was also alleged that he had been planning to “manufacture and use a weapon of mass destruction in order to commit mass murder”.Attorney Nick Hanna told a news conference that Domingo supported jihad and pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group if it established a presence in the US.“This is a case in which law enforcement was able to identify a man consumed with hate and bent on mass murder, and stop him before he could carry out his attack,” he said.“The criminal case outlines a chilling terrorism plot that developed over the past two months and targeted innocent Americans that he expected to gather this past weekend.”Confidential sourceInvestigators said Domingo posted an online message in March that said “America needs another Vegas event”, an apparent reference to a mass shooting that killed 59 people in 2017.He allegedly said it would spark civil unrest to weaken the US “by giving them a taste of the terror they gladly spread all over the world”.However, he was caught after a confidential source who worked with the FBI began discussing his plans with him. 23,646 Views https://jrnl.ie/4611848 An undated photo of Mark Domingo Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Arsenal Coach Unai Emery is unsure whether Petr Cech will still be with the club when the January transfer window closes later this month.Cech started the season as Arsenal’s first-choice goalkeeper but lost his place to Bernd Leno who arrived in the summer due to a hamstring injury against Watford on September 29.Unai Emery while answering a question on the 36-year-old’s future told Sky Sports:I don’t know now, it has to do with the club and the player.“He started this season very well, very good behaviour, commitment and also performance. And then when he had his injuries, he recovered his position on the bench.Report: Kanu makes bold claim about Pepe George Patchias – September 13, 2019 Former Arsenal superstar Kanu claims the Premier League teams fear Nicolas Pepe.The Ivory Coast international Pepe, made an 80 million Euro move to Arsenal…“I am very happy with him. We will speak in the future with the player but at the moment I want his focus to be the same in every training and match.”Despite his current position in the team, Emery was full of praises for Peter Cechs professionalism.“He respected our decision,” Emery added. “His commitment did not change with his new situation.“I am happy because I think we need that. Petr has very big experience. His behaviour with his situation is very good.”
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 SettingsRANCHO SANTA FE (KUSI) – Helen Woodward Animal Center is offering a sweet deal for kids willing to turn in their Halloween loot. The Center says their “treats” are better than yours. (They’ve named their pups after Halloween candy)Through Sunday, Nov. 4, kids 12 and younger will receive $10 off adoption fees for every 50 pieces of candy they trade in. (Maximum 400 pieces per canine adoption fee/ maximum 250 pieces per feline adoption fee.)All of the candy collected will be donated to home-bound elderly residents who participate in the Center’s AniMeals that provides them with pet food.Candy can be turned in from Thursday, November 1st through Sunday, November 4th, adoptions hours are listed below.Thursday – Friday – 1 to 6 p.m.Saturday – 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.Sunday – 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.You can find more details here. November 1, 2018 Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Updated: 10:03 AM The Helen Woodward Animal Center offers discounts with candy trade-in Posted: November 1, 2018 KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom,
With its monthly personal rental plan, Bird will deliver a scooter right to your house. Bird Bird scooters introduced a new service on Tuesday it’s calling “monthly personal rentals.” The idea is to sign people up for $25 monthly plans and they can scoot all they want during that time. The company will just drop off a scooter wherever you are and then pick it back up when you’re done.”Renting a Bird for an entire month of unlimited use will cost less than just a couple of ride hail trips or parking garage days in most cities,” Bird founder and CEO Travis VanderZanden said in a statement. “With personal rentals, we are providing greater access to a sustainable form of transportation that people can depend upon for more affordable and convenient daily commuting needs.”Bird didn’t clarify exactly how the system works, however, and just how sustainable it is. It’s unclear if the scooters are delivered and picked up on an hourly, daily or monthly basis — or if users are supposed to hang onto the scooters as long as they have the monthly subscription plan.”As the amount of time people spend in their car commuting increases around the world, so does the amount of carbon emissions polluting our planet,” the company wrote in a statement. “Personal rentals offers commuters the ability to exchange the daily trudge that has become all too common — losing hours every week sitting idle in traffic, day in and day out — with a more reliable and sustainable alternative.”Initially, Bird is rolling out its new service in San Francisco and Barcelona — both cities that don’t currently have its normal dockless scooter rentals. San Francisco temporarily banned Bird after it unloaded thousands of its scooters around the city without permission in March 2018. And Barcelona cracked down on the vehicles, forbidding people from riding them on sidewalks and in certain parts of the city, after a pedestrian was struck and killed by a scooter rider in November. Scooter disruption Electric scooters are invading. Bird’s CEO leads the charge The mad, twisted tale of the electric scooter craze Electric scooters are now disrupting wrists, elbows and heads Share your voice Bird appears to be working around these restrictions with its personal rentals plan. Instead of having the dockless scooters on street corners across the city, it’s treating the vehicles as personal items. When someone who’s paying for the monthly plan opens the Bird app, they enter when and where they want the scooter. Once the order is placed, Bird will arrange for their scooter, charger and lock to be delivered. When the rental period expires, Bird said it will pick up everything up from the user’s location.The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency said Bird didn’t first clear its new service with the agency.”We learned about this new program today and are going to get more details to determine whether or not it complies with existing regulations,” agency spokesman Paul Rose told CNET.Bird said its monthly plans will be available in San Francisco and Barcelona in coming weeks and it’ll add additional cities in coming months. It’s also created a wait list for other cities that want to opt into the program.Originally published April 30, 6 a.m. PT. Update, 6 p.m.: Adds comment from San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency spokesman Paul Rose. 1 Comment Mobile Roadshow Bird scooters Tags
Share Alex Edelman/AFP/Getty ImagesFederal employees wait in line at World Central Kitchen, a food bank and food distribution center established by celebrity chef José Andrés. The federal government is back open, but it could be several days before workers receive missed paychecks.Hundreds of thousands of federal employees across the country are returning to work after being furloughed for more than a month. Thousands of others in the federal workforce did work during the 35-day shutdown, but didn’t get paid.The Trump administration promises that by Friday federal workers will be paid the two consecutive paychecks that were missed as a result of the government being shuttered.“Some of them could get paid early this week,” said acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney on CBS’s Face the Nation. “Some of them may be later this week but we hope that by the end of this week all of the back pay will be made up.”The scramble to get paychecks sent out is a result of the stopgap funding measure President Trump signed on Friday ending the longest U.S. government shutdown in history.While the reopening of the government and the expectation of getting paid are welcome news for many federal workers like Towanna Thompson, a program analyst at the Department of Interior, a lot of trepidation remains.She says even though the shutdown is over, she’ll be on a budget because she knows the threat of another government shutdown is just weeks away.“I think it’s stupid. Why are you going to open us up for three weeks and then have us go back and do this again?” Thompson asks as she is picking up lunch and groceries from World Central Kitchen, a food bank run by renowned chef and philanthropist José Andrés. It’s located just blocks from the White House.“You know, Trump needs to wake up and smell the cappuccino,” she says.She says she is putting off medical procedures until after Feb. 15, the day, the current funding measure expires.Thompson is not alone in fearing another shuttering of the federal government.“We’re still budgeting that we’re not going to get a check until two weeks from now. And then a week after that we’re shut down again,” said Jared Hautamaki an attorney at the Environmental Protection Agency. During the shutdown, Hautamaki said he had been to food banks like José Andrés’. He also picked up extra shifts at Home Depot. And even though he is going back to work at the EPA Monday, he says he won’t be cutting back on the extra shifts.“I plan on working as many hours as I can at Home Depot the next three weeks to prepare for the worst,” he said.The measure to temporarily reopen the government did not include any of the $5.7 billion the president has repeatedly demanded for a U.S.-Mexico border wall. At the Rose Garden speech Friday announcing the end to the impasse, the president signaled another shutdown is an option if House and Senate negotiators don’t come to an agreement he approves of.“If we don’t get a fair deal from Congress, the government will either shutdown on Feb. 15, again, or I will use the powers afforded to me under the laws and the Constitution of the United States,” Trump said.In other words, declare a national emergency to bypass Congress and have the border wall built — a move almost surely to bring about a court challenge.Eric Ingram and his wife Andrea Jensen are both federal workers who live in Alexandria, Va.Ingram works for the Federal Aviation Administration and took the shutdown saga in stride.“I guess it’s cool to be part of history. That’s nice,” Ingram said.If he gives the impression he’s laid back, it’s because his wife, who works for the Department of Energy has been on the job — and more importantly for them — has been getting paid.Jensen, though, said the shutdown has made her wonder whether it’s wise for both her and her husband to both work for the federal government at the same time.“It seems like there’s more job security in not working for the same agency or having one person in private industry and one person in government,” Jensen said.It’s something her husband may consider down the line.But Monday is his first day back, and he’s got a ton of projects to get up and running before the next possible shutdown.Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.
News | Neuro Imaging | April 26, 2016 Single Season of High School Football Head Impacts Produces Brain Cell Changes UT Southwestern-led MRI study finds significant white matter abnormalities in two dozen players after just one season Image courtesy of UTHealth McGovern Medical School News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more News | Stroke | August 16, 2019 Mobile Stroke Unit Gets Patients Quicker Treatment Than Traditional Ambulance Every second counts for stroke patients, as studies show they can lose up to 27 million brain cells per minute…. read more 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. 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This release… read more Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more Image courtesy of Imago Systems Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. April 26, 2016 — Repeated head impacts to high school football players cause measurable changes in their brains, even when no concussion occurs, according to new research. The study was conducted by University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center’s Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute and Wake Forest University School of Medicine.Researchers gathered data from high school varsity players who donned specially outfitted helmets that recorded data on each head impact during practice and regular games. They then used experimental techniques to measure changes in cellular microstructure in the brains of the players before, during and after the season.“Our findings add to a growing body of literature demonstrating that a single season of contact sports can result in brain changes regardless of clinical findings or concussion diagnosis,” said senior author Joseph Maldjian, M.D., chief of the Neuroradiology Division and director of the Advanced Neuroscience Imaging Research Lab, part of the Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute at UT Southwestern.In the study, appearing in the Journal of Neurotrauma, a team of investigators at UT Southwestern, Wake Forest University Medical Center and Children’s National Medical Center evaluated about two dozen players over the course of a single football season. The group of players was not large enough to draw conclusions about the differences in impacts between positions, researchers said, and additional studies will be needed to determine what the deviations mean clinically for individuals.“Studies like this are important to understand how and where long-term damage might be occurring, so that we can then take the necessary steps to prevent it,” said first author Elizabeth Davenport, M.D., a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Radiology and the Advanced Imaging Research Center at UT Southwestern.During the pre-season each player had a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan and participated in cognitive testing, which included memory and reaction time tests. During the season they wore sensors in their helmets that detected each impact they received. Post-season, each player had another MRI scan and another round of cognitive tests.Researchers then used diffusional kurtosis imaging (DKI), which measures water diffusion in biological cells, to identify changes in neural tissues. DKI analysis has been used to detect changes in neural tissues to study brain development, as well as brain injury and disease including autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Alzheimer’s disease, traumatic brain injury (TBI), stroke, schizophrenia and mild cognitive impairment.DKI also allowed the researchers to measure white matter abnormalities. White matter consists of fibers that connect brain cells and can speed or slow signaling between nerve cells. In order for the brain to reorganize connections, white matter must be intact and the degree of white matter damage may be one factor that limits the ability of the brain to reorganize connections following TBI.“Work of this type, combining biomechanics, imaging and cognitive evaluation is critical to improving our understanding of the effects of subconcussive impacts on the developing brain,” said Maldjian, professor of radiology and the Advanced Imaging Research Center at UT Southwestern. “Using this information, we hope to help keep millions of youth and adolescents safe when engaged in sports activities.”Football has the highest concussion rate of any competitive contact sport, and there is growing concern – reflected in the recent decrease in participation in the Pop Warner youth football program – among parents, coaches and physicians of youth athletes about the effects of subconcussive head impacts, those not directly resulting in a concussion diagnosis, researchers noted. Previous research has focused primarily on college football players, but recent studies have shown impact distributions for youth and high school players to be similar to those seen at the college level, with differences primarily in the highest impact magnitudes and total number of impacts, the researchers noted.The findings contribute to a growing body of knowledge and study about concussions and other types of brain injury by researchers with the Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute. Among them:In the first study of its kind, former National Football League (NFL) players who lost consciousness due to concussion during their playing days showed key differences in brain structure later in life. The hippocampus, a part of the brain involved in memory, was found to be smaller in 28 former NFL players as compared with a control group of men of similar age and education;A study examining the neuropsychological status of former NFL players found that cognitive deficits and depression are more common among retired players than in the general population;CON-TEX includes one of the nation’s first registries of concussion patients ages 5 and older to capture comprehensive, longitudinal data on sports-related concussion and mild traumatic brain injury patients; andThe Texas Institute for Brain Injury and Repair (TIBIR), a state-funded initiative to promote innovative research and education in traumatic brain injury, includes a comprehensive Concussion Network that delivers expert brain injury education to coaches, school nurses, athletic trainers and parents about the risks of sports-related injuries.In this study, other institutions involved included Wake Forest University, the Children’s National Medical Center at George Washington University School of Medicine and Medical University of South Carolina.Support for the study included the National Institutes of Health, Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship grant.For more information: www.liebertpub.com/overview/journal-of-neurotrauma FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Pediatric Imaging | August 14, 2019 Ultrasound Guidance Improves First-attempt Success in IV Access in Children August 14, 2019 – Children’s veins read more News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more Related Content News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 07, 2019 Contrast Use in First Transthoracic Echocardiogram for Heart Failure Reduces Repeat Testing Heart failure is the fourth most common cause for all admission to U.S. hospitals, and it is the most common reason for… read more
A listeria outbreak in Europe linked to frozen vegetables produced by Belgium-based multinational Greenyard (Euronext Brussels: GREEN) has led to nine deaths, but the company said more time is needed to establish a connection. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) said on Friday that frozen corn and possibly other frozen vegetables are the likely source of the outbreak that has been affecting Austria, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, and the U.K. since 2015.It said that as of 15 June 2018, 47 cases including nine deaths had been reported.The same strains of L. monocytogenes have been detected in frozen vegetables produced at a Greenyard plant in Hungary in 2016, 2017 and 2018, it said.But Greenyard said: “Further investigation on the causal medical link between the above cases and the contamination in the production facility is required.” Greenyard profits at upper end of guidance followi … Greenyard’s fresh sales struggle in Q3 amid “fierc … You might also be interested in Greenyard to unlock “untapped potential” with tran … On June 29 the Hungarian Food Safety Authority issued a resolution to Greenyard Frozen Hungary Kft to stop all marketing and to recall from its customers and consumers all frozen products that had been produced in the plant between August 2016 and June 2018.”Immediately following this resolution, Greenyard has taken all possible additional measures to preserve food safety, among others recall of the products, closure of the Hungarian plant and additional tests and analyses,” Greenyard said.”The recall is a precautionary measure and does not imply that recalled products are contaminated.”The company’s share price fell by as much as 30 percent when the stock market opened on Monday, The Brussels Times reported.Trade in the Greenyard share resumed on Monday morning, opening at 8 euro, it said. In the afternoon the stock even dropped to 7.5 euro: a loss of 35 percent. The publication reported the share is at its lowest level since the summer of 2012. Greenyard in “full swing” to implement recovery pl … July 16 , 2018
Following a fourth overall and highest petrol finish at the Le Mans 24 hour race in June, Aston Martin Racing continues with the remainder of the Le Mans Series (LMS) and heads to the new Autodromo Internacional Algarve in Portugal for the first ever LMS night race.Aston Martin Racing will field two LMP1 cars for the third round of this year’s Le Mans Series. Hoping to secure their third consecutive LMS podium finish, the 007 car of Jan Charouz (CZ), Tomas Enge (CZ) and Stefan Mucke (DE) will be joined by the 009 car of Harold Primat (CH), Miguel Ramos (PT) and Darren Turner (GB).The Aston Martin LMP1 cars will take the rolling start of the Algarve 1000 kilometres at 19:15 local time on Saturday 1 August. The race will finish at approximately 01:15 on Sunday morning after 215 laps.The iconic blue and orange Gulf liveried Aston Martins will take to the track on Thursday afternoon at 16:45 and again at 21:30 for two free practice sessions, the second of which is a two hour session after sunset allowing the team and drivers to prepare for Saturday’s night race. The third and final free practice session takes place on Friday at 13:45 prior to a 20 minute qualifying session at 19:40.Completed in 2008, the 4.65 kilometre/2.89 miles long circuit is one of the most modern in Europe, benefiting from excellent safety and comfort for both drivers and spectators alike. The undulating terrain lends itself to an exciting circuit packed with elevation changes and blind corners that will challenge all of the competitors.Although the Autodromo Internacional Algarve is new to the Le Mans Series, it is familiar to the team as Aston Martin Racing held an endurance test at the track in April.Six weeks on from the team’s Le Mans 24 hour endeavour, Aston Martin Racing Team Principal George Howard-Chappell is looking forward to competing at the new Algarve circuit: “I’m hoping that our testing here earlier in the year will be of some benefit and in addition we are happy to be racing again. We need to focus on trying to win the Championship and also on winning races outright, which should be possible now without the factory diesel cars. I am also looking forward to welcoming back our Portuguese driver Miguel Ramos to the squad.”www.astonmartinracing.com
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