Morocco Expresses Solidarity With Tunisia Condemns Terrorism

Rabat – Morocco firmly condemned the armed attack which targeted on Friday two hotels in the Tunisian city of Sousse, killing and wounding several victims.“The Kingdom of Morocco firmly condemns the armed attack which targeted on Friday two hotels in the city of Sousse in the Republic of Tunisia, claiming the lives and injuring many victims,” said the foreign affairs ministry in a statement.“The Kingdom of Morocco expresses its solidarity with the sister nation of Tunisia, government and people, following this despicable terrorist act, extends its heartfelt condolences and sincere compassion to the victims’ families, and wishes swift recovery for the injured,” noted the statement. “Morocco reiterates its continuous support for the sister country of Tunisia against terrorist attacks and attempts to undermine its stability, plunge it into the economic crisis and hamper the development process to which the country committed itself to achieve progress, prosperity and democracy,” it added.Morocco also reaffirmed its stance of rejecting terrorism and extremism under all their forms and called for the need to join efforts regionally and internationally to counter the dangers facing the region and its future.With MAP read more

Alberta finance minister to review beer tax trade ruling after findings leaked

CALGARY — Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci says he’s disappointed a report on the province’s beer tax policy was leaked and he’ll be taking time to review the findings.Ceci said Thursday that the government should have had almost a month to privately review the findings of the three-member Agreement on Internal Trade panel, which looked into whether Alberta’s policies to boost its craft beer industry violated trade rules.He said the complainant, Artisan Ales Consulting, showed a lack of respect for the process by leaking the panel’s report when it came out.“Given the leak by the complainant, in this case, we’ve been denied that opportunity to look at this in a fulsome way and correct any issues we found, if there were any, so we’re disappointed they decided to act unilaterally in that way and demonstrate bad faith,” said Ceci.Artisan Ales co-owner Mike Tessier said releasing the report early doesn’t change the findings of the panel.“I don’t care, the answer’s the answer.”The panel, in a two-to-one decision, found the government’s policy of providing what amounts to beer tax rebates to Alberta small breweries discriminates against out-of-province beers sold in Alberta.Ceci said he will be taking time to review the panel’s findings, but still believes the grant program meets trade agreements.The Alberta government also faces a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of its beer policies, with the court case set to resume in September.Ceci made his remarks at a Calgary farmers market, as he announced that craft beers and spirits will be allowed to be sold at approved markets across the province. read more

UN rushes medication to São Tomé in new cholera outbreak

“We must not underestimate the extremely dangerous force of this disease,” said UNICEF Representative Kristian Laubjerg, from Libreville, the capital of nearby Gabon. “It is extremely urgent that we get clean water and safe toilet and sanitary facilities as quickly as possible to all affected communities to ensure against the death of children, who are especially vulnerable.”UNICEF has sent oral rehydration salts, other medication for the diarrhoeal disease and contributed to the deployment of outreach workers and to massive information and toilet-building campaigns.The Ministry of Health, in collaboration with UNICEF, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the UN Development Programme (UNDP), is implementing needs assessment missions and distributing safe drinking water to affected neighbourhoods.

International Mining Myanmar Conference 30 – 31 October 2014 call for papers

first_imgThis, the first conference of its kind, is being held in association with Mining Myanmar – the 2nd International Mining and Minerals Recovery Exhibition. Myanmar is the largest country in SE Asia and with the opening up of the country to investment and development it is therefore prime territory for the discovery of previously unknown and high quality deposits. While there is a fledging existing mining industry, there is huge potential for growth; as well as the opportunity to apply more mechanised and advanced mining methods and technology to current and future mining operations there. The conference will cover regulation/legislation in the country, resource and reserve reporting, environmental aspects, the existing mining industry, junior miner activities, as well as options for equipment supply and contract mining. There is no charge to present at the conference and John Chadwick is currently putting the program of papers together – It will be held in the Myanmar Convention Centre, Yangon.Myanmar is the 40th largest country in the world and the largest in Southeast Asia. It is bordered by India, Bangladesh, China, Laos and Thailand. It therefore is in a very advantageous strategic position, linking Southeast Asia, China and the Indian sub-continent.It is the 24th most populous country in the world with over 60 million people. Mostly undeveloped, Myanmar is known to have significant reserves of oil and gas and minerals and metals, including gold, tungsten, copper, nickel, tin, lithium and precious stones. See the report in International Mining’s April and May issues.last_img read more

Hidden Switch NES Game May be an Iwata Tribute

first_imgStay on target ‘Star Wars Pinball’ Has Your Favorite Brand in Ball Form‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ Was Final Mission From Late Nintendo President Like most technology, the Nintendo Switch isn’t safe from hackers. One interesting thing homebrewers discovered within Switch’s code was an NES emulator called “Flog.” As it turns out, Flog is actually the classic NES game, Golf. Why is this game hidden on Switch? The title is apparently there as an elaborate tribute to late Nintendo president, Satoru Iwata.According to Ars Technica, every Switch on the market has Golf on it. Back in July, a user from a hacking forum reported that their Switch was inexplicably running Golf. When the user came back to the game, it had mysteriously disappeared. Lacking proof, the hacking community largely dismissed it. We now know otherwise.The game only runs on July 11. This is the same day Iwata passed away. Manually changing the date to July 11 will not work. It is only accessible on the actual date. On top of that, one needs to perform specific hand motions with detached joy-con controllers in order to activate it. The hand gestures are reminiscent of those made by Iwata during Nintendo Direct presentations.In the video below, you can see Golf running on Switch. This user was able to access it because their Switch was brand-new. Apparently, once Switch systems connect to the internet, the date saves internally. Even changing the date manually will not trick the system into thinking it is July 11. Very clever, Nintendo!You might wonder how Golf is a tribute to Iwata. Many know Iwata as the Nintendo president. Before that, he was a programmer, and Golf was one of the titles he worked on. Since Golf is in every Switch, a piece of code written by Iwata is also on every system. That’s beautiful, quite frankly.Nintendo has yet to confirm any of this, though it all appears legit. I guess we’ll have to wait until July rolls around again next year to play Golf on Switch ourselves.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

Amnesia Brewing to close Friday

first_imgA slide in sales has sealed the fate of Amnesia Brewing, which moved from Northeast Portland to grow its brewery in Washougal.The brewery will cease operations Friday. Meanwhile, the kitchen and taproom will remain open. The building owner, who will retain the brewing equipment there, expects to have a new brewery announced in January.Amnesia Brewing hoped to thrive on the growing Clark County scene when it moved here in 2013, but distribution sales for the brewery stayed flat or declined. Guy Nunez, Amnesia’s general manager, chalked it up to growing competition, both from local breweries and national brands.“There’s certainly a lot more competition for the taps,” Nunez said.Meanwhile, sales at its taproom have never really been strong enough to buoy the brewing operations. He said Washougal offered considerably less foot traffic for pint sales than Northeast Portland, where the business operated from 2003 to 2013.“On a Friday or Saturday night on Mississippi (in Portland), we could have anywhere from 1,000 customers and sell 1,500 to 2,000 pints,” Nunez said. “Our best nights in Washougal were probably selling 200 pints.”Amnesia had a staff of eight, most of whom plan on continuing the kitchen and taproom functions at the building. Nunez said he and founder Kevin King will start looking for other opportunities and expect to start something new in Clark County.last_img read more

Bond 25 Rami Malek confirms hell be the villain

first_img“I promise you all I will be making sure Mr. Bond won’t have an easy ride of it in this, his 25th outing,” he said.He also confirmed his villainous role to George Stephanopoulos on Thursday’s Good Morning America.The movie will be shot in Jamaica, Norway, Italy and London’s Pinewood Studios.True Detective director Cary Joji Fukunaga took the helm from Danny Boyle last September, and the movie is set for release on April 8, 2020. It’ll be written by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, Scott Z. Burns and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the creator of cult hits Killing Eve and Fleabag.Bond 25 will also be the first in the series to be shot using Imax cameras, the company revealed in a tweet Thursday. Tags Now playing: Watch this: Hands-on with Lego James Bond Aston Martin DB5 A word about #BOND25 from Rami Malek— James Bond (@007) April 25, 2019 0:58 Originally published at 4:14 a.m. PT. Updated at 7:40 a.m. PT: Adds Malek’s GMA comments. Comments TV and Movies 3 “Mr. Bond won’t have an easy ride of it,” said Rami Malek. @007 Twitter Daniel Craig’s James Bond will face off against Rami Malek in the superspy’s 25th movie.We got our first details on Thursday about the next Bond adventure via livestream from GoldenEye, the Jamaican villa where author Ian Fleming created the character.We didn’t get a title, but producer Barbara Broccoli revealed that Bond isn’t on active service when the movie begins. We’ll find him chilling in Jamaica — but we all know that won’t last long. Share your voice It’ll be Craig’s final outing as 007. Lea Seydoux will also reprise her role as Madeleine Swann from 2015’s Spectre. Regulars Naomie Harris as Eve Moneypenny, Ralph Fiennes as M, Ben Whishaw as Q, Rory Kinnear as Bond pal Tanner and Jeffrey Wright as CIA agent Felix Leiter will all return too.Joining the series are Oscar winner Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch (from Captain Marvel), Billy Magnussen, Ana De Armas, David Dencik and Dali Benssalah. We didn’t get any details about the new characters, but Malek’s video message left us in little doubt that he’ll be Bond’s nemesis in the movie.last_img read more

Twitter Greater China head Kathy Chen steps down

first_img6/12 At this time, our HK office will stay open to maintain our Greater China presence & for business opportunities with Chinese companies. — Kathy Chen (@kathychen2016) December 31, 2016 [Representational Image].Reuters FileTwitter’s Greater China chief Kathy Chen has stepped down from the post, just eight months after taking over. Chen’s resignation followed a series of exits ever since the social networking site announced layoffs last October. Chen, who has worked with Microsoft and Cisco earlier, was hired by Twitter to bring more Chinese advertisers to the online social platform. But she was facing criticism mainly due to her past employment links to the Chinese military, Reuters reported. Also read: Twitter COO Adam Bain latest to join exit bandwagonIn a series of tweets, Chen said she was departing from Twitter although the company’s Hong Kong office will continue to work. “Now that the Twitter APAC (Asia Pacific) team is working directly with Chinese advertisers, this is the right time for me to leave the company,” she wrote on Twitter. Twitter has been blocked in China for the last seven years but is still used through virtual private networks. In the last two years, Twitter’s Greater China advertising base has grown over 400 per cent. Xiaomi, Alibaba Group, Qingdao Haier and Air China are some of the Chinese advertisers who have joined the Twitter bandwagon, Wall Street Journal reported.  Kathy Chen, Former MD of Greater China at Twitter has stepped down.Twitter/KathyChen”At this time, our HK office will stay open to maintain our Greater China presence & for business opportunities with Chinese companies,” Chen tweeted. In Asia, several senior heads have quit Twitter and they include Parminder Singh, Twitter India and South East Asia’s managing director and Twitter India head Rishi Jaitly. In July, Shailesh Rao quit the San Francisco-based social media network as the vice-president, international operations.It was reported in October that Twitter was planning to lay off about 300 employees. The social media giant had cut eight per cent of its workforce, equivalent to the figure the year before when co-founder Jack Dorsey took over as the CEO.7/12 Now that the Twitter APAC team is working directly with Chinese advertisers, this is the right time for me to leave the company.— Kathy Chen (@kathychen2016) December 31, 2016last_img read more

RU punishes 2 teachers over communal questions in admission test

first_imgRUThe authorities of Rajshahi University (RU) have taken punitive actions against two of its teachers for their involvement in making ‘communal’ questions in entry test under faculty of Fine Arts.The decision was taken in 474th syndicate meeting of the university on Wednesday night, reports UNB quoting the RU Syndicate sources.As per the syndicate meeting decision, Faculty of Fine Arts dean Mustafizur Rahman and member of the question paper making committee Zillur Rahman were suspended for next 10 years from examination related activities.Mustafizur Rahman has also been removed from the post of faculty dean and Zillur Rahman’s promotion as associate professor will be effective after five years.Earlier, the candidates of ‘I’ unit admission test, held on 25 October, were asked to answer to two controversial questions in: What is the greatest book in the world?Four possible answers were – a) Holy Qur’an. b) Holy Bible. c) Holy Injil. d) Geeta.Another question was “On which date the Myanmar Army and armed Buddhists attacked Rohingya Muslims?”Following row over the questions, the authorities of the university formed a four-member probe committee to investigate the matter.last_img read more

Gunmen dressed as doctors kill 38 in Kabul hospital

first_imgAfghan security personnel stand guard in front of the main gate of a military hospital in Kabul. Photo: AFPGunmen disguised as doctors stormed Afghanistan’s largest military hospital Wednesday, killing at least 38 people in a six-hour attack claimed by the Islamic State group as it makes inroads into the war-battered country.More than 70 others were wounded in the assault on the Sardar Daud Khan hospital, with explosions and gunfire rattling Kabul’s diplomatic district as dense clouds of smoke rose in the sky.Medical staff hunkered down in the hospital wards posted desperate messages for help on social media, with television footage showing some of them trapped on the ledge of a top-floor window.“Attackers are inside the hospital. Pray for us,” a hospital staff member wrote on Facebook.Hospital administrators told AFP three gunmen wearing white laboratory coats began spraying bullets after a suicide bomber on foot blew himself up at the backdoor entrance, sparking chaos inside the 400-bed facility.“I saw one of the attackers, armed with an AK-47 and dressed as a doctor, shooting at patients and guards on the third floor,” hospital nurse Abdul Qadeer told AFP.“They shot my friend but I managed to flee… I had to jump over the barbed wire to escape.”At least two other loud explosions—including what the defence ministry called a car bomb in the hospital’s parking lot—were heard as Afghan special forces launched a clearance operation that lasted around six hours.The attackers were gunned down after special forces landed on the roof of the hospital in a military helicopter.“The attack in the capital’s central Wazir Akbar Khan neighbourhood has killed 38 people and wounded more than 70,” the Italian-run Emergency hospital said in a statement, adding that a seven-year-old boy was among those seriously injured.‘Criminal act’The raid highlights how Afghanistan’s warring parties, including government forces, have repeatedly targeted medical facilities, decimating the country’s fragile health system and preventing conflict-displaced civilians from accessing life-saving care.“This egregious and morally reprehensible attack targeted people at their most vulnerable, while they were receiving treatment in the hospital, and also targeted the medical staff caring for them,” said the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan.“This cowardly attack reflects a fundamental rejection of the most basic principles of humanity. Without question, it amounts to an atrocity, and the perpetrators must be held accountable.”Islamic State jihadists claimed the attack via a verified Telegram account.The more powerful Taliban said they were not behind the raid. The militant group, Afghanistan’s largest, is known to distance itself from attacks on medical facilities or those that result in high civilian casualties.The assault comes just a week after 16 people were killed in simultaneous Taliban suicide assaults on two security compounds in Kabul.Dozens of others were wounded as a suicide car bomber struck an Afghan police precinct in western Kabul and a five-hour gun battle ensued after another attacker sneaked in.In the second attack last week, a suicide bomber blew himself up at the gates of an Afghan intelligence agency branch in eastern Kabul.The carnage underscores rising insecurity. The country is bracing for an intense fighting season in the spring as the government’s repeated bids to launch peace negotiations with the Taliban have failed.Afghan forces, already beset by record casualties, desertions and non-existent “ghost soldiers” on the payroll, have been struggling to beat back insurgents since US-led NATO troops ended their combat mission in December 2014.Kabul last month endorsed US General John Nicholson’s call for thousands of additional coalition troops to hold off the militants before the spring offensive.Extra troops were needed to end the stalemate in the war, Nicholson, the top US commander in Afghanistan, told the US Congress in what could be President Donald Trump’s first major test of military strategy.last_img read more

5 Rohingyas killed 13 injured in Myanmar helicopter attack say villagers

first_imgVillagers and a lawmaker in Myanmar’s troubled Rakhine state said on Thursday that a military helicopter attacked a group of Rohingya Muslims gathering bamboo, killing five and wounding 13, but a military spokesman declined to comment.Major-general Tun Tun Nyi said the army would release “true news” about the alleged incident in time.Myanmar’s western Rakhine state came to global attention in 2017, when the army drove about 730,000 ethnic Rohingya across the border into Bangladesh following attacks by Rohingya insurgents on police posts.The United Nations has accused the army of cracking down on the Muslim minority with “genocidal intent”.More recently, the military has been fighting another armed group, the Arakan Army, which recruits mostly from the ethnic Rakhine Buddhist population.The latest incident occurred in a valley in Buthidaung township, near a village that was home to Rohingya Muslim families.”A military airstrike killed five people, including one of our villagers, at around 4:00pm yesterday,” Zaw Kir Ahmed, a community leader from Kin Taung village told Reuters by telephone.”People in the village don’t dare to go out and are frightened,” he added.Many villages around Buthidaung were razed during the 2017 campaign against Rohingya, though the village that was home to the casualties from Wednesday’s attack was spared at that time.Myanmar’s leaders have vowed to crush all the rebels fighting for autonomy in Rakhine state, an area long scarred by complex ethnic divisions, and authorities have blocked most aid agencies’ access to the area, raising fears of more civilian suffering.Stephan Sakalian, head of delegation in Myanmar at the International Committee of the Red Cross, said teams from the organisation had visited Buthidaung Hospital where 13 people were being treated for wounds, some of them in “urgent need of surgery”.”ICRC and Myanmar Red Cross teams are following the situation very closely and offered our services in case of need, including medical supplies or transfer to the Sittwe hospital, as we did two weeks ago with 5 wounded civilians,” he said.Rashid Ahmed, a labourer who spoke by telephone to Reuters, said his elder brother, uncle and nephew had been shot while they were working at Sai Din valley.”A helicopter attacked them while they were working there, cutting and collecting bamboo,” he said. Two other villagers said a helicopter had attacked the group.Some of the wounded were brought to Buthidaung town, but several died before they reached the hospital, said Maung Kyaw Zan, a lawmaker for the township, adding that five bodies had been recovered.”When I talked to the wounded people they said the shooting came from the air, there were no clashes on the ground,” the lawmaker said.More than 17,000 people have been displaced by the violence in Rakhine since December, the US embassy said in a statement on Tuesday that urged authorities to allow humanitarian relief for those affected.”The United States is deeply concerned about the harm to civilians of the ongoing conflict in Rakhine and Chin states between the Arakan Army and the Myanmar military,” it said.”We call on all parties to renew their efforts to end the fighting and work toward a peaceful resolution of the conflict.”last_img read more

The First 3D Feature Film was Shown in 1922

first_img3D is now an established part of the cinema-going experience which, combined with IMAX, gives audiences bigger thrills and vivid spills. Viewers with long memories will remember earlier efforts from the 1980s such as Jaws 3-D. And those with even longer memories may recall lurid 1950s entries like House of Wax. For the very first feature film presented in 3D however, the chronology stretches all the way back to the Roaring Twenties.1922’s The Power of Love was the first feature-length (or 5 reels long) movie shown to an audience. Sadly the film is believed lost but the website Silent Era quotes a contemporary synopsis, care of Motion Picture World.3D is now an established part of the cinema-going experienceThis reveals an overheated melodrama. Maria (Barbara Bedford) finds herself the victim of her father’s financial problems when promised in lieu of payment to local bigshot Don Alvarez (Albert Prisco). She then falls for male lead Terry O’ Neill (Elliott Sparling). “Just before the wedding, O’Neill waylays Alvarez” the synopsis reads, “and takes his place at a fiesta.”But the villain isn’t beaten yet. “Alvarez appears and denounces” O’Neill, before framing him for the murder of a padre. “Alvarez tries to shoot him, but wounds Maria, who throws herself in front of him.” She survives and goes on to expose Alvarez, resulting in the expected happy ending.Still from ‘The Power of Love’, published in the Exhibitor’s HeraldDespite its innovative nature and good reviews, the movie wasn’t a success in 3D. It only received two showings that way, before a reworked 2D version was released the following year under the title Forbidden Lover.Predating The Power of Love was a famous example of Lumiere Brothers’ locomotive short L’arrivee du train (1903). As written by IGN in 2010, it “depicted an oncoming train roaring into a station. The quality was apparently good enough to convince several members of the audience they were about to be run over.”The Fairall-Elder stereoscopic (3D) cameraIn terms of the technology behind the movie magic, 3D has been worked on almost as long as the industry itself. Many names contributed to the end result.A 2009 Guardian article describes how in 1894 English inventor William Friese Greene filed “a patent application for a 3D viewing process using two screens side by side, united in the viewer’s eye by a cumbersome stereoscope headset.”Harry K. FairallStereoscopic photography required such a system in order to merge the two images into a coherent whole. Six years on and Frederic Eugene Ives, a US inventor, was trying out a new camera rig which used two lenses at once.In 1915 American filmmaker Edwin S. Porter and William E. Waddell introduced an anaglyph technique. An anaglyph, in photographic terms, is when two different-colored images are superimposed.Camera operator Harry K. Fairall and cinematographer Robert F. Elder then came up with another rig that projected dual strips of film. This, combined with progress made by their predecessors, was the process used to exhibit The Power of Love. It was shown at the Ambassador Hotel Theater in Los Angeles.Anaglyph 3D glasses. Photo by Snaily – Own work CC BY-SA 3.0The website Interesting Engineering remarked this year that “Their effort goes down in history as both the earliest known film that utilized dual strip projection and the earliest known film in which anaglyph glasses were used.”To get the 3D effect makeshift lenses — one red, one green — were needed to create a filter and fool the brain in the right way. IGN writes that “Red and Cyan are the most commonly chosen colors because that combination produces less image ghosting than others.”Developments continued in 3D filmmaking, though the basic idea of slipping on a pair of specs was essentially the same. Edwin Land’s Polaroid filters became an industry standard for 3D work, starting with 1952’s lion-hunting adventure Bwana Devil.Audience wearing special glasses watch a 3D stereoscopic film at the Telekinema on the South Bank in London during the Festival of Britain, 1951The early Fifties were a fertile period for 3D. “Thanks to a booming postwar economy,” IGN writes, “more consumers and theater owners were receptive to the new technology. 3D glasses were becoming popularized among children thanks to the numerous 3D comic books and their included anaglyph glasses.” Naturally, superhero flicks are among today’s 3D heavy hitters on the big screen.Overall the business was seen as too cumbersome to really catch on. Notable examples of the highs and lows included profitable sex comedy The Stewardess (1970) and box office flop Spacehunter: Adventures In The Forbidden Zone (1983).Closeup view of young family watching a 3D movie at movie theaterJames Cameron helped bring the format into the 21st century with Titanic exploration documentary Ghosts of the Abyss (2003), shooting on HD video for IMAX presentation. He then directed the fictional escapades of Avatar in 2009, to enormous financial success.Read another story from us: How Rasputin Initiated the ‘All Persons Fictitious’ Disclaimer in MoviesLife has always existed in three dimensions, but are 3D movies truly here to stay? The history of moviemaking has shown that even if it does fall out of favor, it has a habit of returning for another roll of the dice.last_img read more

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first_img June 19, 2008 – More than 170 leaders from state nursing workforce centers throughout the nation attended a conference June 11-12 in Denver to discuss nursing workforce retention issues and the potential critical shortage of a skilled nursing workforce by the year 2010. In a keynote address to attendees, Benjamin Isgur, assistant director of PricewaterhouseCooper’s Health and Research Institute, shared data that underscored the importance of focusing on nursing retention issues over the next several years. His findings indicated that:- 320,000 apply for nursing school but only 145,000 are accepted.- 78,000 graduate from nursing school, with 74,000 passing the exam.- 30,000 stay with nursing, but after two years 50 percent have left their first job.- Roughly 23 percent of those who wanted to be a nurse are working as a nurse.- For the first time in decades, the total number of nurses is projected to decrease after 2010.- Hospitals with low nurse turnover save $3.6 million annually.- Every 1 percent increase in nurse turnover costs a hospital about $300,000 per year.To encourage the needed changes with policy makers, educators, business leaders and others, various states have state workforce centers. Colorado’s is the Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence, which hosted the conference. Mary Lou Brunell, executive director of the Florida Center for Nursing and conference chair, presented a “State of the State Workforce Centers” report at the conference.Additional presentations included “Innovation and Promising Practices in Nursing Retention,” “The New Meaning of Retention,” “Policy Implications of Academic Nurse Residency Model,” “Creating a Technology Enhanced Work Environment,” “Evidence Based Retention Strategies for High Risk Populations,” and “Retention Practices from Across the Country.”“Conference attendees spoke highly about the diversity and practicality of the information presented,” Brunell said. “I spoke to many, many nurses and educational leaders who were eager to apply the information to work being done in their states to better educate and support nurses throughout the career continuum.” For more information: FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | June 18, 2008 National Conference of Nursing Leaders Explores Nurse Retention Issues, Solutions last_img read more

Woman throws coins into plane engine delaying flight for five hours

first_imgWoman throws coins into plane engine, delaying flight for five hoursAn elderly woman delayed a flight in China for 5 hours after throwing coins into the plane’s jet engine “for good luck.”The 80-year-old threw nine coins into the engine’s turbine and performed a blessing as she was boarding the China Southern Airlines flight in Shanghai, prompting passengers to alert airline staff.The domestic flight was delayed while staff carried out a thorough assessment of the engine turbines.An aviation engineer said a coin falling into the core of a jet engine could break compressor blades and create a risk of explosion. The cost of a single engine for the Airbus A320 is $50 million.Passengers who had already boarded the flight were removed from the aircraft while the search for the coins was being carried out.Once the airline staff had found all of the coins, passengers were allowed to re-enter the aircraft, and the flight finally got underway more than four hours after boarding had begun. The elderly woman who threw the coins into the engine was not on the flight.Source = Andrew Woodlast_img read more

One year on from launching Perth Crown Towers

first_imgOne year on from launching Perth Crown TowersOne year on from launching crown towers Perth Crown HotelsJust over one year since its second Australian Crown Towers property launched in Perth Western Australia, Crown Hotels Events andConferences business has continued to capitalise on a healthy MICE market and growth across both the west and eastern coasts of Australia. Crown has seen an increase of 8 percent in MICE business contributing over 30 million visitors annually across its Melbourne and Perth properties.According to Tourism Research Australia, this popularity is on the rise with Australia continuing a strong run for Australia as a preferred business events destination with over 347 million1 business nights at Australian hotels booked annually to service thisindustry.Crown has been quick to see the opportunity and capitalise on the nation’s growing reputation as a global events destination by providing the only truly integrated offering where you can eat, stay and conference all in one location – with both east and west coast locations to choose from.According to Crown Hotels Senior Vice President Global Sales, Kylie Burchmore, with the Asia market’s accessibility and appetite for holding events in Australia, the concept of ‘having it all’ in one destination makes Crown Melbourne and Crown Perth two in high demand venues in Australia.Tourism Research Australia, Travel by Australians, September 2017 “The MICE industry in Perth has been on the rise over the past five years, which is why we embarked on a clear strategy to increase our offerings when we opened Crown Towers Perth with a new 1,500 seat ballroom. It’s created an impressive new event space for Perth that not only sets a new standard but rivals venues across theeastern seaboard as well,”Burchmore says.Burchmore adds that Melbourne growth is equally optimistic, with the redevelopment of the Convention and Exhibition Centre and its proximity to Crown Melbourne.“The development is a positive for us as it will enable larger and more comprehensive events into Victoria which is a fantastic thing. Crown Melbourne’s prime location literally across the road will mean our integrated resort will benefit from syndicate events and accommodation.”Crown Hotels PerthDubbed Australia’s “Capital of Cool” by American travel writer Chris Dwyer in December 2017, Perth is quickly becoming one of the world’s must-visit cities and a clear leader in the tourism industry. In December 2016, Crown Hotels unveiled its newest property, Crown Towers Perth to the world, which transformed Crown Perth’s event and conferencing capability with new state of the art facilities. With the recent opening of Optus Stadium just next door, along with the world-class facilities on offer at Crown, the Burswood Peninsula is set to continue to transform into one of the best entertainment, urban and business event destinations in Western Australia.Providing three tiers of accommodation along with the ability to cater for an impressive 3,500 delegates at any one time within the Convention Centre, Crown Perth is fast becoming the chosen venue for large-scale conferences, cocktail receptions, creatively themed dinners, weddings, right down to small business meetings and even yoga sessions out on The Great Lawn. Crown Hotels MelbourneCrown Hotels Melbourne continues its strong record as one of the state’s premier players in the business and conference events space in what remains of the most popular city destinations in the southern hemisphere.Over the last two decades, the property has become an industry leader, with a combination of the most accessible and central location, exceptional professional facilities that can cater for up to 2,500 delegates and flexible onsite expertise. The integrated resort is also home to Crown Hotel’s luxury accommodation and facilities totalling over 1,600 guest rooms, premium dining experiences, retail outlets, stylish bars and nightclubs.Crown Melbourne Crown PerthAs a leading Australian tourism and entertainment company, Crown remains committed to building a worldwide reputation for the best in luxury experiences, hotel accommodation, gaming, signature dining and retail.For more information, please visit = Crown Hotelslast_img read more

US increases tariffs on China to 25 in major tr

first_img U.S. increases tariffs on China to 25% in major tr … May 17 , 2019 Meanwhile, Moody’s analyst Charlie O’Shea said the potential impact on Walmart and its shoppers from tariffs is limited by its food business – its grocery operation, which includes fresh food, contributes roughly 56% to overall revenue.According to Retuers, Walmart’s vendors have already started to raise prices, among them Del Monte Foods, which supplies fresh and packaged goods to the retail, including mandarin oranges imported from China.“It’s not just tariffs. Transportation costs are up, labor costs are up. It’s an inflationary environment,” Del Monte CEO Greg Longstreet told Reuters on the sidelines of a conference.“A lot of that’s going to have to be passed on. The consumer is going to have to pay more for a lot of critical goods.”Read the full story here. You might also be interested in Leading U.S. retailer Walmart has cautioned that prices for shoppers will rise due to higher tariffs on goods from China, according to Reuters.U.S. President Donald Trump’s increased tariffs on US$200 billion worth of Chinese imports to 25% from 10% last week is widely expected to raise prices on thousands of products, including clothing, furniture and electronics.China retaliated with its own tariff spike on U.S. products on Monday, though on a smaller scale.Walmart U.S. CEO Greg Foran was quoted as saying the company will maintain its “low-price leadership” and “manage costs on an item-by-item basis.” But that position has been threatened, in part, by rising competition from discount chains like Aldi.center_img Australian table grape season in China “outstandin … Japanese apple saplings reportedly sold illegally … China: apple prices soar, concerning Beijing …last_img read more

Cyprus role in the Commonwealth after Brexit

first_imgThe potential role that Cyprus can play in the framework of the Commonwealth especially after the exit of Britain from the European Union, was highlighted on Thursday during the launch event of the Cyprus Branch of the Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS) in Nicosia, in the presence of Prince Michael of Kent.Prince Michael spoke for a renewed opportunity for the Commonwealth after the recomposition within the EU, which presented an opportunity for Cyprus to play a bigger part in world affairs.He focused on the business and investment opportunities that the Commonwealth has to offer and welcomed the new strategic partnership established between Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council and the Cyprus Investment and Promotion Agency in Nicosia.He also pointed out that a Commonwealth free trade zone would grant access to some of the world’s fastest growing emerging markets giving a boost to business and investment, noting at the same time the importance of block to block partnerships enhancing trade opportunities between the Commonwealth and the EU.Referring to the beneficial effect of the intra-commonwealth trade, he said that trade between commonwealth countries is on average 90% cheaper, including also services, as an export product, which as he said was one of the main pillars of the Cyprus economy.Prince Michael also said that the recent update of the Cyprus-UK double taxation treaty is a development that would have a positive impact on bilateral economic growth.He referred to the exchange of best practices within the Commonwealth, saying that Cyprus already benefits from such opportunity as it makes use of a Commonwealth device designed to strengthen public debt management.“The modern Commonwealth offers tremendous opportunities for its member states. All we have to do is to unlock its huge potential”, he added.Speaking in the event, President of the House of Representatives Demetris Syllouris said that the establishment of the RCS Cyprus Branch, just a year ago, is an indication of the keen interest shown by smaller Commonwealth countries in the region, in the significance of the RCS, as an important partner to the comprehensive participation in Commonwealth affairs.“The launch event today, entitled” Opportunities and Challenges for Business and Investment in the Commonwealth”, to be presented by the keynote speaker, will give us further insights into the work of the RCS in this direction and, by extension, of the Commonwealth at large. At this point in time, this is invaluable, if one thinks of how our businesses can move forward regarding investments within the Commonwealth’s huge and often challenging spectrum”, he said.In a speech on behalf of the Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulides, Political Director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Rea Yiordamlis referred to the recent Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London, which as she said, strongly reinforced the principles and values of the Commonwealth Charter.As she said both President Anastasiades and the Minister of Foreign Affairs participated actively in the Summit and highlighted the important role of Cyprus as an EU and a Commonwealth member.She also said that the Foreign Minister announced that Cyprus would offer its experience and expertise in the area of the sustainable development of aquaculture.Cyprus, she added, also submitted to the EU a proposal for closer EU-Commonwealth relations to be discussed in the near future.On his part President of the Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency, Michalis Michael, said that Cyprus could play an important role in enhancing cooperation and development within the Commonwealth platform. He added that business and investments was a part of these efforts.“Economic cooperation can be the basis for strategic alliances and partnerships in a number of areas such as energy, technology and innovation, trade, financial services and many more”, he said.Michael stressed that positive change is possible with ambition and collectivity and that Cyprus can play a central role in achieving this positive change, being a member of the EU as well as member of the Commonwealth.In his speech Chairman of the Cyprus Branch of RCS Achilles Emilianides said that the decision of the UK to exit the EU was a catalyst for their initiative to form the Cypriot branch of the RCS.He expressed the view that as shown to the recent Commonwealths Head of Government meeting there was a strong interest in reinvigorating the Commonwealth, something that was both timely and necessary.As he said the current international turbulence needed powerful international organizations which were focusing on the founding principles of the Commonwealth.Founded in 1868 the RCS is a network of individuals and organisations promoting the values of the modern Commonwealth, such as human rights, democracy and sustainable development. 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