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first_imgREGINA – The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan says concerns about suicide rates among farmers and mental health supports are starting to get some attention.On the weekend, Kim Keller, a farmer from Gronlid, Sask., sent out a tweet urging the agriculture community to do more on the issue, saying “farm stress is real, suicide is real.”Keller, a co-founder of Saskatchewan Women in Ag, says she felt compelled to speak out after being contacted by an industry professional looking for resources to help the family of a client who had taken his life.Her tweet was shared 37 times, received over 100 likes and prompted dozens of people to respond and continue the discussion over the next several days.Keller says she was also approached by Premier Brad Wall, asking she meet with the Department of Agriculture to discuss the issue.She says she has lost count of the messages, texts and phone calls she’s received from people sharing their stories and offering to help.“This shows me that as an industry we are ready to tackle this issue head on,” she says.APAS president Todd Lewis agrees that the conversation is long overdue and says the mental health of the province’s young producers is of particular concern.“For some, this is the first time they’ve experienced a drought or a spring harvest. It’s been a tough year,” he says. “We need to keep talking about this. We know our producers are feeling the pressure.”Lewis adds that APAS is working to incorporate the issue of mental health and suicide into its upcoming midterm meeting, and will be looking at addressing the gaps in policy and supports available.last_img read more

first_imgOTTAWA — The assault trial of former Afghanistan hostage Joshua Boyle faces a possible delay of several months due to legal wrangling over allowable evidence.Boyle, 35, has pleaded not guilty in Ontario court to offences against his wife Caitlan Coleman including assault, sexual assault and unlawful confinement.The offences are alleged to have occurred in late 2017 after the couple returned to Canada following five years as hostages at the hands of extremists who seized them during a backpacking trip to Asia.Coleman’s lawyer, Ian Carter, says he will ask the Supreme Court of Canada for permission to challenge a ruling handed down Wednesday that allows Boyle to introduce evidence concerning certain consensual sexual activity with his wife.The ruling is important because the law sets out limits on the extent to which an accused person can bring up an alleged victim’s sexual history during a trial.Carter plans to ask the judge presiding over Boyle’s trial for a stay of the ruling while the Supreme Court process plays out — a move that could effectively put the criminal proceedings on hold for several months.Coleman has testified her husband spanked, punched and slapped her during their captivity, and that his violent ways resumed shortly after release.Boyle was arrested in Ottawa in the early hours of Dec. 31, 2017, after Coleman told police he had assaulted her on numerous occasions.During cross-examination, Boyle’s lawyer, Lawrence Greenspon, has meticulously dissected Coleman’s allegations. However, uncertainty arose as to whether certain elements could be raised during the trial.Judge Peter Doody ruled Wednesday that Boyle will be permitted to introduce evidence that he and Coleman engaged in “prior acts of consensual anal intercourse, consensual vaginal intercourse from the rear, sexual acts involving ropes and consensual biting as acts of sexual play.”Doody said the evidence will be limited to the general nature of such acts, and will not include significant details of any particular act.Carter said he plans to ask Doody at a hearing next Wednesday for a stay of the ruling while Coleman’s appeal proceeds.Given that the Supreme Court can take months to decide whether to hear an appeal, “even on an expedited basis, it would appear it would delay matters for at least a number of months,” Carter said.— Follow @JimBronskill on TwitterJim Bronskill , The Canadian Presslast_img read more

first_imgMartha TroianAPTN NewsA Crown corporation at the centre of sexual abuse allegations against Indigenous women in northern Manitoba did not begin to formally record incidents of abuse, harassment or discrimination by its project workers until a little over five years ago, APTN News has learned.Serious allegations were raised last summer against Manitoba Hydro by an arms-length agency of the Manitoba government but the corporation did not systematically monitor negative worker interactions until as late as 2012, according to documents accessed through the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA).Recently, nine cases of sexual assault at Hydro’s Keeyask generating station were investigated by RCMP, leading to four men being charged with sexual assault.All of this comes after a 165-page report was released by the Manitoba Clean Environment Commission, reporting that Hydro workers allegedly sexually assaulted nearby Fox Lake community members in the 1960s.(MKO Grand Chief Garrison Settee at a rally in Winnipeg. Photo: Martha Troian/APTN) “It is shocking that [Hydro] only started taking records in 2012. And the history of these projects go back 50 years. Why did it take so long to begin recording incidents?” said Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak (MKO) Grand Chief Garrison Settee.“It is shocking to know that they only started recording that.”MKO is the political organization that represents northern Manitoba First Nations. Four of those communities partnered with Keeyask Hydropower, a hydroelectric generating station on the lower Nelson River.“I seen women raped” — Report alleges hydro development led to abuse in ManitobaPeople march on Manitoba legislature demanding changes to how Manitoba Hydro does businessMKO is calling on the province to hold a public inquiry into the historical and current allegations of sexual violence, racism and discrimination at past and present hydroelectric projects in the north.Sexual abuse and discrimination not “formally or systematically recorded”Prior to 2012, Hydro did not formally or systematically record allegations of abuse, harassment, or discrimination by project workers.“Hydro employees might have received, been aware of, or even acted upon an incident or allegation. It is clear that there was no standard operating procedure, instruction, or program related to these incidents. Any records created would have been in transitory and likely destroyed once a project was complete,” according to the FIPPA documents.In addition, record management practices and legal requirements have changed dramatically since the 1980s.Sandra D. Phillips from Manitoba Hydro Legal Services prepared the response.(Manitoba Hydro building in Winnipeg. Photo: Jesse Andrushko/APTN)APTN initially asked for a list of all senior management and board of directors from 1950 to 1980 who may have been involved in any or all complaints to do with any of the allegations.It was told publication of any individuals employed as managers with connection to any historical allegations of abuse could inappropriately and unfairly damage their reputations and expose them to public condemnation, ridicule and harm. It could also threaten or harm their mental health, well-being and physical safety.“Hydro does not have a readily available record identifying all of the individuals employed as department or division managers, or the equivalent predecessor roles or titles [for the time period],” Phillips wrote.Power Failure: The impacts of hydro dams in Northern Manitoba$21,000 retrieval fees for documentsManitoba Hydro also informed APTN it has more than 2,400 boxes of paper records pertaining to the construction of generating stations in northern Manitoba, which are kept in an off-site storage facility. Since none of those documents have any specific reference to complaints of abuse, discrimination, or harassment in their index, a manual search would be required.Phillips estimated the cost of going through those documents would be $21,000, adding conducting such a search would unreasonably interfere with its operations.“It’s sad. Not everyone can come up with $21,000 to pursue that information,” said Settee.“For anyone to access this information, it should be free.”Manitoba Hydro president designated head under FIPPAAPTN filed several FIPPA requests related to this matter. One of them asked who was behind the decision-making process to not fully comply with its request.(Kelvin Shepherd, President and CEO of Manitoba Hydro)In its response, Phillips wrote that under FIPPA, the ”head” of a public body is responsible for the administration of the act, including the processing of requests and decisions to grant or refuse access.In the case of Hydro, its president is the designated head under FIPPA.“Every access decision of Manitoba Hydro is reviewed and approved by the president prior to release,” Phillips wrote.Dean Beeby, a journalist and expert in freedom-of-information laws, is not surprised by the lawyer’s response, given a minister or president may be responsible for the operations of the access to information act.Still, he questions its practicality.“Those decisions are never run by the minister. The minister just turns over the entire file to the authorized delegated person to make those decisions,” said Beeby.“And that’s not how it works in practice. Nobody heading up a major organization would have enough time and concentration to deal with that kind of freedom of information issue.”(Nathan Neckoway says there are many cases of abuse of men and women. Photo courtesy Nathan Neckoway)Nathan Neckoway, a councillor with Tataskweyak First Nation, which is one of the partners with Keeyask Hydropower, said it is not over when it comes to addressing all of these allegations and First Nations members concerns.“There are so many cases that occur, [and] not only with the women but with the guys. This discrimination, harassment and abuse happens at all levels, and to all members,” said Neckoway.“Our voices are finally being heard and we’re in a position of trying to push it even more.”mtroian@aptn.ca@ozhibiiigelast_img read more

Mr. Ban stressed that governments should build on agreements reached at the United Nations climate change conference in Cancún, Mexico, last year where progress was made on addressing deforestation, climate change adaptation, technology sharing and short- and long-term financing.“Scores of countries are making impressive progress – from preserving forests to bolstering energy efficiency, from improving disaster preparedness to promoting greener urban planning,” Mr. Ban said, addressing the Leaders’ Dialogue on Climate Change on the eve of the High-level Session of the General Assembly.“They do this because it is good for their economies and good for the health and well-being of their people. In every case, the key ingredient for success is not money or technology, though clearly these can help. The crucial ingredient is leadership,” said the Secretary-General.He called for a clear plan on the future of the Kyoto Protocol, an addition to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) that contains legally binding measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and whose first commitment period is due to expire next year.Mr. Ban pointed out that the current climate change mitigation pledges represented only 60 per cent of what is needed to have a minimum chance of limiting global warming to below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.“We must do better – and soon. Governments need to dramatically increase their level of ambition. Developed countries must take the lead in this effort, but all countries must do their part,” he said.He told the leaders that he was counting on their commitment to agreement at the Conference of Parties to UNFCCC in Durban, South Africa, later this year, and at the Conference on Sustainable Development in Brazil next year.“I appeal to you; help us to achieve success in Durban. Use every ounce of your experience, skills, and influence to advance action on climate change. Help us defend the science that shows we are destabilizing our climate and stretching planetary boundaries to a perilous degree,” said the Secretary-General.“Help us to identify the new alliances – among public officials, business, civil society and faith communities – that will make sustainability the rallying point for action in the 21st century. Together, we can build a low-carbon, more sustainable economy – one that can protect the most vulnerable and result in a cleaner, safer, healthier world for all,” he added. 20 September 2011Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged world leaders to step up the international effort to find solutions to climate change, saying that governments needed to show greater commitment to achieving success at global negotiations on limiting emissions of greenhouse gases and strengthening adaptation measures. read more

“I wish to reiterate the United Nations’ solidarity with the abducted schoolgirls and their families, the people and Government of Nigeria,” declared Said Djinnit, wrapping up his first visit to the country after being tapped by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to serve as his High-Level Representative. In a statement issued from the Nigerian capital, Abuja, Mr. Djinnit said the abduction of the more than 200 girls from their school in Chibok on 14 April has been widely condemned by the UN, including the Secretary-General and the Security Council. “I wish to reiterate the strong condemnation by the United Nations of this unacceptable act of abduction of innocent girls,” he added.Pledging the Organization’s commitment to assist the Nigerian authorities, he announced that the UN has initiated the preparation of an integrated support package that includes immediate support to the affected families, the population and the girls after their release, in particular with psycho-social counselling and helping them reintegrate with their families and communities. “The package will also include response to emergency needs both in food and non-food items, early recovery support by promoting alternative livelihood, and activities geared towards addressing the long-term structural challenges through capacity building,” he added. As for the security situation, Mr. Djinnit expressed deep concern at the lingering insecurity in north-eastern Nigeria and noted the UN’s support to the country’s efforts to restore security in the affected areas, while stressing the importance of due respect for human rights and addressing the deteriorating humanitarian situation in the north-east.During his four-day visit, Mr. Djinnit met with Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan and other senior Government officials, including the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Minister of Defense and the Minister of Justice. He also met with the Chairman of the Presidential Committee on the abducted girls, and the Director General of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA). read more

With 140,000 expected attendees, Fan Expo Canada is the third-largest pop culture event in North America. It’s also a gold mine for Brock University’s recruitment team.For the first time, Brock will have a significant presence at the annual four-day convention Sept. 1-4 in Toronto. Fan Expo Canada is similar to ComicCon shows that appeal to fans of comics, sci-fi, horror, anime and gaming.The vast majority of show-goers are high school or early post-secondary-aged people — exactly the target audience for Brock.“It’s a big prospective student market,” said Joseph Gottli, multimedia web specialist in Recruitment and Liaison Services. “It’s early in the cycle for choosing a university, so it’s a good way for us to get our name out there and to get them thinking about Brock before the application cycle begins.”The show takes place in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, but the massive crowds — many of whom arrive in full costume — take over much of the downtown core. This year’s Fan Expo Canada includes appearances by Margaret Atwood, Mark Hamill, William Shatner, Stan Lee, Gillian Anderson and many other celebrities.Brock has a booth in the MTCC’s south building, where it will be in a high-traffic area close to EB Games and Sony PlayStation. The booth is 20 feet by 20 feet and includes two large video screens.The recruitment team has designed both an eight-page comic book that tells the Brock story, as well as Cube Pals, three-dimensional paper figures of Isaac Brock, Boomer the Badger and the Schmon Tower.“The comic outlines the top reasons why you should choose Brock University, such as the location, exceptional student experience, the programs that would be of most interest to the attendees, and our dedication to co-op and experiential learning,” Gottli said.The focus will be on the programs and departments at Brock that would appeal to typical Fan Expo goers the most, such as the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, Communication, Pop Culture and Film, Computer Science and the new programs in Game Design and Game Programming.“There’s a great fit between the Fan Expo Canada target market and the programs we offer at Brock University,” Gottli said.Fan Expo Canada is the first of two major recruiting events in Toronto for the Brock. The Ontario Universities’ Fair will also be held at MTCC Sept. 23-25 and is a hugely important event that draws all 21 Ontario universities.To increase Brock’s presence during and between both events, Marketing and Communications is launching a bold advertising campaign that will see Brock branding dominating the Skywalk between Union Station, the MTCC and Rogers Centre.An artist’s rendering of Brock University’s booth for Fan Expo Canada. read more

first_imgDriver’s attempt to skip traffic jam backfires mortifyingly>The 11 most annoying people in a traffic jam> A STICKY SITUATION occurred when a delivery van containing fruit jam and juices ran into difficulty in Sweden causing it to spill its cargo all over the the road. Source: Sunne Emergency ServicesThe incident happened on the E45 outside Sunne on Tuesday, and caused the road to become unusable and led to traffic problems.The door of the van is said to have opened, spilling a pallet of preserves, jellies and juices onto the road.“There was a lot of jam and juices which went down the drain,” Tommy Lindh, spokesperson for the Värmland police told Expressen.se. Source: Sunne Emergency ServicesThe road had to be sealed off in order to flush the entire road of the sticky substances and shattered glass. Emergency services were called in to divert the building traffic to alternative routes.Sunne firefighter Fredrik Persson told The Local, “It’s a mixed compote, common pancake jam. We have a stretch of 70 to 100 metres that is just full of jam.”Nobody was hurt in the incident and traffic reopened shortly after the clean up. Pure jammy.last_img read more

first_img Bring it on! We’ve worked together to repeal the 8th, pass the Public Health Alcohol Bill, help our CF patients access new medicines, introduce the HPV vaccine for boys & develop a cross party 10 year plan to reform our health service. So much more to do! Looking forward to it pic.twitter.com/ebaqGXwy2Y— Simon Harris TD (@SimonHarrisTD) February 20, 2019 The minister’s tweet attracted harsh criticism from the opposition benches, with Tipperary TD Mattie McGrath calling it “childish” and Fianna Fáil’s Billy Kelleher appealing to the minister to show some “contrition”. While the confidence motion was centred on Harris, much of the focus this evening was between Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin, with constant sniping across the chamber. Mary Lou McDonald called the confidence and supply deal between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil a “grubby deal” stating that it is utter hypocrisy for Fianna Fáil to abstain from the vote tonight.  49,177 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Fianna Fáil’s Barry Cowen said his party would not engage in political “sabotage and treason” in voting against the minister. He said support in the motion would result in a general election in the run up to Brexit. One member of Fianna Fáil, John McGuinness, who has been highly critical of the minister, as well as his own party’s continuous support to Fine Gael, questioned why Fianna Fáil continue to “sit on their hands”. He said had this motion of no confidence been in the government, he could support it. However, he said he did not think Harris is solely to blame in the NCH failings. Labour’s Alan Kelly called tonight’s motion the “most bizarre motion of no confidence” the House has ever seen, stating that the focus is more on Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil than Minister Harris.‘Political arse-covering’He added that he was fed up of ’”political arse covering” in health, which has not served the people well. Kelly also told the minister his tweet today did not serve him well. Independent TD Michael Harty, who is also the chair of the health committee, had previously indicated that he would be supporting the motion. Harty said he gave Harris space to grow into the job, but said he had failed to do so. Over the last year, he said he has witnessed the minister’s complete misunderstanding of the dysfunction in the health service. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Tánaiste Simon Coveney lead the defence of Harris today. Varadkar said being health minister is the most important job, adding that it is also good training for higher office.Listing off Harris’ achievements, like the passing of the abortion referendum, he said  progress is being made on trolley numbers as well as waiting lists.Defending his record, Harris said he wants to make progress on a number of issues this year, including rolling out HPV vaccine for boys, implementing an opt-out organ donation system as well as enacting the human reproduction Bill which will help with IVF for couples. He told the Dáil he wants to “get on with the job”, adding that the government will get to the bottom of what went wrong with the overspend in the NCH.Focus on who knew what when in terms of the hospital overspend remains tonight, as Róisín Shortall said she received two different answers to a parliamentary question. Share172 Tweet Email2 Feb 20th 2019, 6:46 AM Simon Harris can continue in his role as health minister following tonight’s vote. Simon Harris can continue in his role as health minister following tonight’s vote. Image: Screengrab/Oireachtas.ie 209 Comments https://jrnl.ie/4502673 center_img Image: Screengrab/Oireachtas.ie By Christina Finn Short URL Wednesday 20 Feb 2019, 7:15 PM Source: Simon Harris TD/Twitter Ministers @SimonHarrisTD and @Paschald have given me contradictory answers to the same Dáil question I raised about the role of the head of the OGP. They can’t both be right! We need clarity on this urgently. pic.twitter.com/esQrexSKln— Roisin Shortall (@RoisinShortall) February 20, 2019 Source: Roisin Shortall/Twitter Updated Feb 20th 2019, 7:15 PM THE MOTION OF no confidence in Health Minister Simon Harris has been defeated by votes by 53 to 58, with 37 abstentions.The Sinn Féin motion of no-confidence in the minister was tabled in response to the controversy surrounding the increasing costs of constructing the National Children’s Hospital. The government estimates the new hospital will now cost €1.7 billion, however there is speculation it could rise to above €2 billion.Harris and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar have both said the government will not re-tender the National Children’s Hospital project, despite the contractor behind the hospital, BAM, saying it would co-operate with the hospital board if they wanted it to opt out of the contract. Launching the motion today, Sinn Féin’s Louise O’Reilly said her party are not going to stand on the sidelines and let government waste money.AccountabilityHitting out at Fianna Fáil for abstaining from today’s vote, she said the party don’t understand public accountability, adding that they are simply afraid of it.Reading out a long list of health crises the minister has presided over, she asked how anyone can defend such failings, not least the massive overrun of the children’s hospital and withholding information from his own government colleagues Earlier today, the health minister sent a defiant tweet stating “Bring it on ahead of the Dáil motion of no-confidence.Harris’ tweet includes a motivational image stating: “The struggle you’re in today is developing the strength you need for tomorrow.” Simon Harris survives motion of no confidence, as Fianna Fáil abstains The Sinn Féin motion was tabled in response to the controversy surrounding the increasing costs of constructing the National Children’s Hospital. last_img read more

first_imgUne start-up teste une nouvelle classe d’anti-douleurs Une start-up française propose une nouvelle classe d’anti-douleurs fonctionnant sur un mécanisme naturel. Présentés hier, les premiers résultats, encourageants, laissent espérer une commercialisation d’ici 2017.La toute nouvelle société Pharmaleads, une start-up française, est en train de valider une  nouvelle molécule (PL37) destinée à traiter les douleurs neuropathiques. Il s’agit de douleurs consécutives à une souffrance des nerfs périphériques, comme l’explique le PDG de la société Thierry Bourbié. Ce type de douleur est déclenché par des maladies métaboliques (comme le diabète, par exemple), virales (le zona), par la compression d’un nerf (par une tumeur ou une lésion) ou encore par un traitement contre le cancer ou le sida. Or, ces douleurs sont mal prises en charge par les médicaments actuels tels que le paracétamol et les anti-inflammatoires. Même les dérivés morphiniques ne les traitent pas suffisamment. Le Dr Michel Wurm, directeur du développement de Pharmaleads explique ainsi que ces douleurs sont aujourd’hui essentiellement “traitée par des anti-dépresseurs et des anti-épileptiques qui n’ont pas été élaborés à l’origine pour cet usage”. Mais ces produits “sont pleins d’effets secondaires et ne sont pas très efficaces, avec 50% des patients non soulagés”, précise-t-il cité par l’AFP. C’est la raison pour laquelle sa société met au point deux autres classes de médicaments, basés sur le même principe. L’objectif est de pouvoir répondre d’ici 2017 à tout l’éventail des douleurs (post-opératoires, cancéreuses, arthrosiques, etc.) sur un “marché global de la douleur” en forte expansion et évalué à 40 milliards de dollars par an. Le principe d’action de la nouvelle molécule PL37 actuellement à l’étude se base sur les enképhalines, des sortes de “morphines internes”. À lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?Naturellement secrétées par le corps, les enképhalines “donnent la même réponse analgésique” que la morphine, mais présentent le désavantage d’avoir “un temps de vie extrêmement court car elles sont dégradées très rapidement par deux enzymes”, comme l’explique à l’AFP le Pr Roques qui travaille dessus depuis 30 ans.”L’avantage de la morphine sans les effets secondaires””L’idée très simple” de la molécule mise au point par Pharmaleads, “c’est d’inhiber complètement ces deux enzymes, ce qui va augmenter la concentration des enképhalines dans le corps avec un effet puissant, un temps de vie très long et une réponse de type morphinique. Soit l’avantage de la morphine sans ses “effets secondaires” : “sédation, constipation, dépression respiratoire en cas de surdosage et problèmes de dépendance”, énumère le Pr Roques.D’après les résultats des deux premières études réalisées sur des sujets volontaires, les enképhalines endogènes n’entrainent pas ce type de réactions. Elles sont, en outre, particulièrement bien tolérées comme l’indique la publication qui paraît dans la revue spécialisée Nature Review Drug Discovery. Un des tests de phase I réalisé “a permis d’obtenir une première preuve d’efficacité du produit”, souligne Pharmaleads. Les essais de phase II débuteront à la mi-2012.Le 8 mars 2012 à 11:47 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

first_imgThere are few things more heralded in the Pacific Northwest than bicycles and microbreweries.Perhaps it’s no wonder then that Hopworks Urban Brewery — known as HUB — already seems to be gaining traction at its newest brewpub at 17707 S.E. Mill Plain Blvd. in Vancouver. Co-founder Christian Ettinger said Tuesday that business has been almost nonstop since its Dec. 30 opening.“I’ve been here open to close,” Ettinger said. “We’ve been so flattered with the response.”The brewpub is the brewery’s first outside of Portland and third overall. Ettinger said they picked east Vancouver for its mix of up-and-coming neighborhoods with relatively slim competition from other gastropubs.“Vancouver and Washington represents a wonderful community, and when we look at new opportunities, we look to strong neighborhoods that don’t have an overabundance of beer,” he said.But its success obviously hinges on people who, as Ettinger puts it, “vote with their dollar.” Customers who were there Tuesday said they’d anticipated HUB’s opening since its announcement in July. Some had enjoyed the beer but never wanted to journey to Portland.“I’ve been here twice since it opened,” said Adam Luedy, a 31-year-old Vancouver resident. “I’d never been to one, but I liked their beers. I always wanted to go, but I just never got over to Portland.”last_img read more

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights of the Wilmington Police Log for Friday, May 17, 2019:Manager at RMA Fitness on Burlington Avenue reported a construction truck was blocking the entrance, not allowing vehicles to enter or exit. Police responded. Police assisted truck in getting out of a lot. (9:21am)A walk-in party reported a male party made inappropriate comments on a third party’s Facebook page. (10:05am)Fire Department responded to fire alarm at Benevento Sand & Stone on Salem Street. Alarm was caused by burnt toast. (10:17am)A caller reported a goose was struck on Salem Street. Animal Control Officer retrieved goose. (2:26pm)Keolis requested an officer meet the incoming train due to a male passenger threatening the customer. Police responded. Passenger got off the train and will wait for next train. Passenger was given name of company to file a report if he wishes. (2:28pm)Police received report of a suspicious man in the Market Basket parking lot attempting to sell gift cards to customers. Police sent man on his way and contacted store management. (4:40pm)A caller reported an erratic operator traveling north on Main Street. Police spoke with operator at his home. Operator claimed he has food poisoning and will be in for the evening. (6:24pm)An intoxicated woman was reported on the train tracks at Middlesex Avenue and Main Street. Fire Department transported woman. (8:26pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information.  An arrest does not constitute a conviction.  Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for September 4: Police Help Make Bus Stop Safer; Hit & Run at Cumberland Farms; Garbage Truck Takes Down WiresIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 19: Fist Fight At Planet Fitness; Hawk Stuck Inside Building; Gas Line StruckIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 25: Police Respond Twice To Customers Behaving Badly At Market Basket; Erratic Driver Admits To TextingIn “Police Log”last_img read more

first_imgBosch’s PowerTube 400 battery lends a sleeker look to 2020 e-bikes, while its handlebar-mounted SmartphoneHub shows basic riding data and offers a smartphone mount. Bosch Most e-bikes you’ll see on the roads and trails these days have bulky batteries on the tube behind the front wheel and hefty motors built into the hub where the pedals attach. But electric bike powerhouse Bosch is going for a trimmer look with a new suite of components that’ll debut for the 2020 bike season.E-bikes rely on battery power to boost to your pedaling or give you a motorcycle-like throttle. Plenty of cyclists see them as something of an affront to purely human-powered bikes, but they’re steadily spreading as part of the electric revolution sweeping personal transport. E-bikes cut down on the sweat factor on bike commutes into work and extend your speed and range on the trails. It’s electric! Mountain bike racing gets recharged Now playing: Watch this: Bosch Electric mountain bikes are racing ahead The battery and motor make them heavy — often 50 pounds for eMTBs (electric mountain bikes) that more often weigh something like 30 pounds. And the electric components can be awkwardly clunky.Bosch’s new 7.7-pound PowerTube 625 and 6.3-pound PowerTube 400 batteries are designed to offer a “slim and clean look,” Bosch said in announcing the products Tuesday. They have capacities of 625 and 400 watt-hours, and a pair of PowerTube 625 can be linked for 1,250wH.Also new for 2020 are five motors from the German manufacturer:The 6.3-pound Performance CX motor is for mountain bikers who want to be able to ride uphill faster. It’s got a freewheel mode so it doesn’t slow down pedaling when not in use.The Performance Cruise delivers 65 newton-meters of torque and can reach speeds of 20mph. It’s good for tourers, sporty types and some mountain bikers.The Performance Speed, which delivers 75 newton-meters of torque and can reach speeds of 28mph, is best for commuters.The Cargo is designed for cargo bikes that when fully loaded weigh up to 550 pounds. It’s good for speeds up to 20mph.The Cargo Speed is similar but can handle 28mph speeds.Bosch's new Performance Cargo motor will enable 2020 e-bikes that can handle a load (including the rider) of 550 pounds.Bosch’s new Performance Cargo motor will enable 2020 e-bikes that can handle a load (including the rider) of 550 pounds. Bosch Bosch also announced a handlebar-mounted device called the SmartphoneHub that can link bike data to smartphone apps like Strava and give navigation directions. It has a display for basic information, but can link to phones with the Cobi.bike app. It’s got a mounting system for snapping phones into place, too.Bosch also is modifying its software in an attempt to thwart tuning — tweaks that bike owners sometimes apply to circumvent speed restrictions. 29 Photos Sport and Outdoors Roadshow 2 Comments Tags Share your voice 1:25last_img read more

first_imgHighlights of Oikya Front manifestoThe opposition coalition of Jatiya Oikya Front on Monday unveiled 35 pledges announcing its election manifesto .ahead of the 11th parliamentary elections on 30 December.If voted to power, according to the manifesto, the Front will ensure checks and balance in power between the president and the prime minister.A person cannot hold the position of the prime minister for more than two consecutive terms, the Front pledges.It also announces that current development activities and trials of the war crimes will continue.The Front, led by Gano Forum president Kamal Hossain, includes the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), ASM Abdur Rab’s Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal (JSD-Rab), Mahmudur Rahman Manna’s Nagorik Oikya, and Abdul Kader Siddique’s Krishak Sramik Janata League.Mahmudur Rahman Manna read out the manifesto at an event at Hotel Purbani International in the city.Kamal Hossain, BNP secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, Ganashasthya Kendro’s founder Zafrullah Chowdhury, and Kader Siddique, among others, were present.In his opening remarks, Kamal Hossain said, “We saw a farcical election in 5 January 2014. A total of 154 candidates became members of parliament without any contest. It is contrary the constitution.”Manna said the price of electricity will not be raised in the next five years for consumers.A truth and reconciliation commission will be formed to investigate the enforced disappearances, extrajudicial killings and false cases filed in the past 10 years, he added.According to the manifesto, those, who attacked students during the recent movement of safe roads, will be brought to book in a speedy trial tribunal.The Front pledged immediate steps to mitigate the traffic congestion in major cities.The manifesto also vows to fight corruption and ensure accountable governance.On foreign policy, the manifesto said, the steps will be taken to strengthen relations with India on the basis of equality.If the Front assumes office, Bangladesh will also join the projects under China’s Belt and Road Initiative that are beneficial for the country, according to the manifesto.Issues such as water-sharing of Teesta and other common rivers and Rohingya issue will be resolved through bilateral talks, the Front pledges.UNB adds: The Front’s manifesto includes  introducing upper house in parliament, restoration of people’s ownership of the country.“We announce the Jatiya Oikya Front’s election charter. It’s a manifesto of the people. We’ve formulated it based on public opinion for welfare. We believe in the people’s ownership of the country that will be restored through voting,” Kamal Hossain said in his inaugural speech.“If Jatiya Oikya Front gets responsibility of running the country by winning the elections, it will ensure welfare of all citizens. National unity, not the political vengeance, will be our main principle in running the government,” Mahmudur Rahman said.Referring to the spirit of the constitution, Manna said people are the owners of all power of the republic. He added that, not only those who will win the election, but also those who will suffer defeat—their leaders and activists—will be the owners of the country if Oikya Front comes to power. “We’ll take opinions of the opposition parties in governing the country,” he added.The opposition coalition promised to scrap the Digital Security Act.Manna said Oikya Front will form a ministry for minorities and stop repression on them if it comes to power.“An upper chamber of parliament will be created while article 70 of the constitution will be amended through discussion with all,” Manna said.The some other promises of Oikya Front include stopping torture in police remand and arrest of people by plainclothes, ensuring compensation for those who have been made accused in false cases, showing zero tolerance to sexual and verbal harassment of women, preventing dowry, forming an independent commission comprising eminent citizens and opposition MPs for all important appointments including those of judges, examining the justification of formation of provincial government, investigating the plundering in banking sector, reforming the health sector, bringing down the cost of medical treatment, introducing health cards for all and appointing an ombudsman for bringing discipline in the health sector.The coalition also pledges to revoke PSC and JSC examinations, introduce unified admission test in all public universities, reduce number of reserved seats for women to 10 per cent from 15 per cent, but ensure nomination of at least 20 per cent women candidates for parliamentary polls, ensure freedom of the press, encourage investigative journalism, announce regular wage board for journalists, ensure security of journalists in discharging their duties, reduce call rates of mobile phone and internet, and send a new satellite into the space.last_img read more

first_imgPlaying the augmented reality game Pokemon Go with children may help parents spend more quality time with their family and live a healthier life, a new study has found. Researchers from the University of Washington surveyed and interviewed parents who play Pokemon Go with their families.Some parents said the interactive and mobile nature of the game made them feel better about engaging in that type of gameplay, as opposed to more sedentary forms of “screen time.” Also Read – Add new books to your shelfMany set limits to prevent kids from becoming so absorbed in the game that they ignored cars or other real-world hazards, as well as responsibilities.Those included setting time constraints, requiring kids to do chores or homework first, shutting down the mobile device if kids did not give it back when asked or parents staying in control of the smartphone while the family played.Yet many parents – particularly moms of boys, fathers of girls and parents of teenaged children – reported spending more quality time with their children as a result of playing Pokemon Go together and talking more than usual, both about the game itself and about other things in their lives. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveParents also appreciated how the game motivated both them and their children to go outside and exercise in ways that were convenient and fit into their lives, as their children displayed new found enthusiasm for walking rather than driving to dinner or playgrounds. For some participants, the game led to walking thousands more steps per day, and one father reported that his 11-year-old daughter had lost 12 pounds.”Location-based augmented reality games are pretty different than sitting in front of a TV or playing a typical video game, so we were interested in the way kids and their parents were sharing those experiences together,” said Kiley Sobel, a doctoral student at University of Washington. In the game, players use a mobile device’s GPS ability to locate, capture, battle, and train virtual creatures, called Pokémon, who appear on the screen as if they were in the same real-world location as the player.”People still don’t really know how to build tech that works well for families, so when this game came out of the blue and really caught on, we wanted to look at what its ingredients for success were,” Sobel said.In follow-up interviews with families who had begun playing Pokemon Go together, almost all parents had safety concerns about the game, from children not paying attention to where they were going to interacting with strangers.To mitigate those concerns, many parents imposed limits or rules on the gameplay, such as only allowing older children to travel a certain distance from the home and requiring younger children to only play on a parent’s device.However, many parents reported net benefits from the overall experience, including having a shared interest with their children, particularly at ages when communication can become tricky.Since the Pokemon franchise was first introduced in 1995, some parents had also grown up with the characters, which heightened their interest in playing the new game.The parents’ prior knowledge about and experience with Pokemon characters often led their kids to view them as valuable “experts” who could teach them.last_img read more

first_imgJOHANNESBURG (AP) — At around 1 a.m. on Thursday morning, South African police entered a Cape Town neighborhood notorious for gang violence. It was one of several nationwide raids, in response to last month’s attacks on foreigners in the country, officials said in a statement.Accompanied by the military, police stalked between apartment buildings, arresting 39 people for crimes ranging from robbery to drug possession, according to a police statement. National police authorities said about 4,000 people were arrested as part of the sweep, including 1,650 foreigners living in the country illegally. 5 things to look for when selecting an ophthalmologist Authorities also deported undocumented immigrants arrested during the raids.The sweeping raids began at the end of April in response to the violence targeting foreign migrants, in which seven people were killed. South African officials condemned the violence. The government is trying to address issues at the root of tension between immigrants and locals, according to a government statement.Tackling crime has become one of the most visible responses, with police around the country reporting arrests as part of nationwide raids, known as Operation Fiela — meaning to sweep clean in the local Sotho language. Despite criticism from rights groups, police have hailed the raids as a success.South Africa’s image has been tarnished by the attacks, especially among its African neighbors.On a two-day state visit to the Mozambique, South African President Jacob Zuma apologized to the Mozambican people because a Mozambican national was killed in the attacks.“It is important that I apologize in the name of a small minority of South Africans who carried out these atrocious acts,” Zuma said at a banquet held by Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi, in the Mozambican capital Maputo on Wednesday evening. Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober 4 must play golf courses in Arizona Top Stories New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Sponsored Stories Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Comments   Share   ___Associated Press writer Emmanuel Camillo contributed to this report from Maputo, Mozambique.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

first_img Colombia denies rumored outbreak of TR4 in the cou … July 25 , 2018 EU-Mercosur trade deal increases risk of banana ov … Colombia: TR4 suspected on two banana farms … A 354-kilogram haul of cocaine has been discovered hidden in a banana consignment at an Ecuadorian port, local publication El Comercio [in Spanish] reports.The load was bound for Russia and was discovered at the Port of Guayaquil on July 21 by a National Police anti-drug unit. center_img During a routine inspection of a container of bananas, port staff reportedly became suspicious when they saw that the security seals did not match the container. Authorities then looked inside the container and found 354 brick-sized packets of the drug wrapped in green tape.The consignment was due to be shipped to the Russian market – Ecuador’s leading banana destination – passing first through the Belgian Port of Antwerp.Police are investigating who is responsible for the haul. You might also be interested in LatAm countries form united front against TR4 – ‘D …last_img read more

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterThe Peninsula Beijing shows how considerable design spend and the ability to be bold can elevate what was already a stately product. This was always a significant hotel but now, thanks to a total interior redesign by Henry Leung, it is significantly striking, with three floors of super-luxury retail that include a recently opened Jenny Packham, right next to the hotel’s own boutique. I love the way Leung’s designs are sleek and mostly understaded. In all 230 room – the smallest being 60-square-metres – one wall has a floral overlay: a hint of the metallic floribunda that gently dance over some walls in The Peninsula Hong Kong rooms.The Peninsula BeijingAnd boldness? Well, what used to be a sideways-on 30-step staircase leading from the lobby floor up to the next level is now a True Statement staircase, straight on as you go into the hotel. It is pretty bold, too, to take away the front desk. There are various small tables, and chic and immaculately groomed agents seem to appear by magic whenever one is needed. It is also bold to keep your main restaurant, Jiang, 30 steps down on a lower level – although there are escalators and elevators, and the excellent retail down there certainly helps. Reach Jiang through an elegant sitting area and then choose from a variety of niche ambiences, for more, or less, privacy. At breakfast a separate room is opened, for an enormous and superb buffet; you can see through to the kitchen, and talk directly to your egg chef.The Peninsula BeijingBeing The Peninsula, of course the abundant displays of art are memorable. My visit happened to coincide with a temporary exhibition of works by two Turkish artists, displayed in the gallery leading to the 24/7 LifeFitness gym. I especially liked the piece shown here, ‘Happy family’, by Yalçin Gökçeba, who for a couple of decades was an Ankara-based cameraman with Turkish Radio Television. But then I also like the permanent art and sculpture including, in the lobby, a life-size bronze statue of the sitting man (artist Zhang Du), and the leaning-man sculptures flanking the door (Gao Xiao Wu). And being this company and this hotel, of course there were lots of thoughtful touches; things like lens cleaning cloths, and hand sanitisers in the bathroom (where a three-foot-high tai chi ceramic sculpture sits, above the deep tub) and – for those going to the Great Wall – a guide book to review beforehand, and a muscle reliever for afterwards. More and more it seems, what gives a hotel the luxury designation is all those details, with service (led here by French GM Vincent Pimont) to match.The Peninsula BeijingWhen Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center first opened on October 9th 1992, it showed what multi-use was all about. The gigantic complex includes offices and residences, a mammoth gym and a big hotel that stressed its German-ness (observe its name, ‘Lufthansa Center’). I remember going to the hotel in its early days and being in awe of its airport terminal-like lobby, its curved roof soaring overhead as you walked what seemed like 200 yards to the elevators at the far end. Now the lobby has been softened, with central carpeting and large flowers, and pop-up art exhibitions. It is truly international, with a German touch – there are even pretzel-shaped Laugenbroten at breakfast.Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa CenterAnd – bliss, oh bliss – soon all 540 rooms and suites will have been refurbished by designer, HBA. I was lucky enough to be in suite 1515, a harmony of palest blue-grey with hints of maroon – see the video below – although the Shanghai Tang toiletries add a riot of other colours. The space is really practical and, surely a first, the bathroom’s Emco magnifying mirror is on a vertical shaft so it can be used by an NBA player as well as what the fashion industry calls a ‘petite’. Other pluses about this room include opening windows, and a view down over the hotel’s own garden to the Liangma River. Anything on this floor also gives easiest access to the absolutely new 15th floor club lounge.Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center – Signatures Restaurant Private Chefs TableThe lounge is so right for today. Still overseen by the ever-helpful Tony Liu, it is now an end space that wraps around three sides of a central service pod, allowing breakfast and cocktail service to be presented on buffets going 270° around. This will definitely increase use of the club. And with the recent arrival of GM Brice Pean, there were little elements of surprise continually throughout my stay – I loved reading a small paperback that arrived, 101 Stories for Foreigners to understand Chinese people, by Yi S Ellis with her husband Bryan D Ellis.Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center – Preferred Executive Deluxe KingChinese are, by the way, fascinated by brewhouses, and the hotel’s Paulaner is a real success. My visit coincided with the last night of Oktoberfest and before my memorable casual-Italian dinner with Kempinski’s big-boss Asia Pacific Michael Henssler, I met up with him and Brice Pean. Brice Pean, already in his lederhosen, was off to join hundreds of locally-based Oktoberfest fans in a blue-lit tent popped-up next to the main Paulaner. After Michael Henssler and I had enjoyed our glasses of Ruffino Riserva Ducale Chianti Classico Riserva 2013 in Via Roma, we called in to see the beer drinkers. We coincided with the long dance, the conga of Munich. Oh what fun at this forever-young hotel!Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center – Preferred Executive Deluxe TwinAnd now it was off to see a totally new building. Bulgari Hotel Beijing is part of a natural vision. Led by Dr Whitney Duan, Genesis Urban Living, on the bank of the Liangma River, is envisaged as a community for tomorrow. Set in a gorgeous park landscaped to illustrate the five flow states of wu wei – play, pause, reflect, exchange, concentrate – the concept is anchored by Genesis’ headquarters, an art gallery designed by Tadao Ando, and the hotel.Bulgari Hotel BeijingCome inside Bulgari Hotel Beijing and the sleek use of natural colour and striking materials that are Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel signatures come into play. The two-floor open lobby has a bronze metallic ‘tunnel’ that leads to the elevators. The main lobby lounge has comfortable seating that is fully occupied both day and evening. In Bulgari style there are free bonbons, with tongs and bags to hold your cache. Leading off the lounge, too, is the main bar, with Bulgari-standard horseshoe-shaped bar (again bronze metal) and Cimbali coffee machine. Go further and, inside-out like the bar, is the restaurant which is overseen by Niko Romito – as in all Bulgari hotels.Bulgari Hotel BeijingThis is a Michelin three-star chef who believes in few choices and composed dishes (his delicious black cod, one of six main courses, is coated in leek sauce, with crispy spinach underneath). It is the same menu every night and, apparently, in all Bulgari hotels simultaneously. Here, Daniele Ferrari’s kitchen sends out an amuse-bouche of what looks like water, but apparently it is extract of carrots and celery with no added water, and it does go well with a house wine: Therra 2013 PoderNuovo a Palazzone di Giovanni Bulgari. The cutlery is Bulgari, as is a wrapped eyeglass cloth that is delivered with the menu.Bulgari Hotel BeijingI am dining with GM Antonio Saponara who describes his own indoctrination process when he first joined the hotel, two years before opening. That initial rite of passage included working with Bulgari’s watch-makers in Switzerland, and with its leather craftsmen in Italy.After dinner, Antonio Saponara shows me the 380-square-metre Bulgari Suite, often used for photo shoots. Look at the size of the bathtub (in gorgeous corner suite 712, my tub has a loofah the size of a large flower pot, and the towels really do dry). Every detail is essential in luxury, he says. Perhaps that is one reason for Bulgari partnering with, say, Lee Mullins of Workshop for its fitness. As a result, the 24/7 gym here is one of the best thought-out, anywhere. The pieces are all Technogym but, thankfully, not the latest Citterio designs, which are sometimes impossible to fathom. No, here you have just enough of the full range, plus Kaiser-type items, and, bliss, the televisions on equipment actually work.Bulgari Hotel BeijingIn the morning, as the sun comes up, I notice yet more details in suite 712: the full make-your-own martini set; the simplicity of the Nespresso coffee machine, with two sizes of hand-painted LSA cups; the array of books that includes Sneakers: the Complete Limited Editions Guide, by U-Dox, Thames & Hudson. The shoe-cleaning box has two sizes of wood trees, and a card for Belluti attention.Bulgari Hotel BeijingBefore leaving I head down to the spa for a Chinese foot massage, Traditional Chinese Medicine TCM style. My feet are washed, and I lie on a bed, to be covered with cashmere. The therapist starts, left foot first, she prods, mainly, with a little pushing and massaging. “This is your left kidney spot, here – end of toes – is the brain. Your brain is very busy but tired”, I am told. Left kidney and left shoulder, and heart, all on the left foot, are fine. Now for the right foot, what will be found here? More brain, also tired. We have the liver here, and the thyroid and the intestines. I swear I feel more energy surging through my body already. At this, my 20 minutes are up, a car is waiting and I have to leave this unique Beijing hotel, with, as one of the many memories, what seems like a PhD in TCM…Go back to the enewsletterlast_img read more

first_imgBy Annette ChrysostomouLeonidas Kattou, a chef who grew up with a love of food he got from his Cypriot parents has passed the quarter finals for the UK’s MasterChef professional competition and is going to compete in the Knockout Week of the popular contest.Leonidas is a sous-chef at Birmingham’s Michelin-starred Simpson restaurant in Birmingham where he has been employed for eight years, working his way up from being an apprentice.His passion for food started long before that. Growing up in Coventry, he used to help out in his parent’s fish and chip shop in his teens.Fotini and Charalambos Kattou who went to the UK from Lefkara raised four children, and two them now run fish and chip shops, while only one decided on something different, to become a hairdresser.“I have always been around family and food, as far as I remember,” Leonidas told the Cyprus Mail. “I also come to Cyprus to visit often which always revolves around food. This year I have been there for three weeks in the summer, visiting family in Lefkara, Larnaca and Limassol.”Sometimes, he added, preparing traditional Cypriot food can be challenging, such as when he attempted to adapt it for a charity last year, for which he raised GBP 11,000 for refugees cooking near the restaurant where he works.“I think of Cypriot food as rustic and family oriented and it took some skills and knowledge to turn it into high-class cooking,” he remembers.For now, he has some other issues to deal with. Having passed the quarter finals of the MasterChef’s competition, he is in for a stressful experience. When asked what is different from other contests – he came second in the ‘Young chef of the year’ competition in 2015 – Leonidas said this one is more challenging.“There are many high-class chefs and there are cameras as you are on TV. This can be nerve-racking and you have to keep calm and push yourself,” he said, adding that the food critics are also of a high calibre.The contest started with a Heat episode where 48 chefs in teams of six compete with their best signature dish, then the best move on to the quarter finals. The next episode in which Leonidas can be seen competing takes place this week.Knockout Week on MasterChef: The Professionals is on air Wednesday 6 and Thursday 7 of December at 8pm on BBC 2.You May LikeKelley Blue Book10 Electric Cars That Last the LongestKelley Blue BookUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoYahoo SearchThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Research Best Compact SUV CarYahoo SearchUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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