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Insurance Service Provider Expands in Halifax

first_imgA United Kingdom-based insurance service provider is expanding in Nova Scotia. Admiral Insurance plans to create up to 400 jobs in Halifax within the next five years. The province, through Nova Scotia Business Inc. (NSBI), is supporting the growth with a payroll rebate to a maximum of $2,836,500. “Great employers like Admiral Insurance are offering unique work opportunities for people living in Nova Scotia,” said Economic Development Minister Angus MacIsaac today, Aug. 21. “This expansion highlights the advantages Nova Scotia offers to growth-oriented companies like Admiral.” The company will earn the rebate as it achieves performance targets tied to productivity and staffing. “We’re by no means a conventional insurance company,” said Alex MacDonald, vice-president of Admiral Insurance in Halifax. “Every employee plays an important part in Admiral’s success. We’re excited to be expanding our business in Halifax and continuing to play an active role in the community.” Admiral Insurance has operated in Halifax since 2007. The company’s first year brought high customer service satisfaction rates. Since then, Admiral has consistently expanded. The new jobs will include insurance renewals and sales, while primarily serving clients in the United Kingdom. “This announcement proves that our business case is solid,” said Stephen Lund, president and CEO of NSBI. “International companies continue to make Nova Scotia a partner in their growth plans.” Admiral Insurance Services operates under Admiral Group PLC — a company launched in 1993 from the United Kingdom. The company has been listed in the Sunday Times’s 100 Best Companies to Work For during the past six years, listed in the Financial Times list as one of the 50 Best Workplaces in the U.K., and listed in 100 Best Workplaces in the E.U. For information on job opportunities, visit www.joinadmiral.ca . Nova Scotia Business Inc. is Nova Scotia’s private-sector-led business development agency. NSBI is the investment attraction arm of the province and helps businesses in Nova Scotia meet growth potential through advisory services, trade development, financing and venture capital.last_img read more

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Youngest Students Benefit from Early Reading Support

first_imgMore of Nova Scotia’s youngest students will have access to focused support to help improve their reading and writing skills. Succeeding in Reading: An Early Literacy Support Framework will be introduced to Primary and Grade 1 beginning in September, and will include strategies to increase support for students in grades 2 and 3, Education Minister Ramona Jennex announced today, April 26. “Government is putting children and learning first. That means providing crucial literacy supports for more of our youngest learners,” said Ms. Jennex. The framework, which involved input from literacy specialists at the department and boards, will help schools quickly identify students who need assistance to improve oral language, reading and writing skills. Succeeding In Reading will provide focused, developmentally appropriate instruction and support. “This approach gives boards the flexibility they need to provide support to even more students,” said the minister. “We are no longer taking a cookie-cutter approach, and instead are tailoring support to fit the needs of our students.” The province is investing $5 million in the framework. “Children learn best in a social context. The focus is on an early literacy teacher working closely with the classroom teacher, in the classroom with small groups of generally one to three students. There will also be opportunity for one-on-one instruction outside the classroom when necessary,” said Ms. Jennex. Highlights of the framework include: “One of the greatest strengths of this approach, and what I believe will benefit students most, will be the improved working relationship between the early literacy teacher and the classroom teacher,” said Halifax Regional School Board superintendent Carole Olsen. “That closer relationship will result in improved teaching and increased support to students.” The framework can be viewed at www.ednet.ns.ca . daily in-class support in small groups. flexibility to provide one-on-one support students will receive focused support for a pre-determined block of time students may continue to receive support in a subsequent block of time support will be a joint responsibility of classroom and literacy teachers literacy and classroom teachers will meet regularly to ensure effective planning and to ensure instruction matches the individual literacy needs of each student outreach to volunteers, communities and families to better support students in the classroom and at home progress of each student and success of intervention strategies will be monitored by boards and shared with the department in an annual report ongoing professional development for classroom and early literacy teachers students identified early in Primary instructional and assessment strategies consistent with province’s Active Young Readers programlast_img read more

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VIFF Shines Spotlight on BC Films and Filmmakers with First Programming Announcement

first_imgOn Putin’s BlacklistDIR. BORIS IVANOVAn engaging and timely tour d’horizon of Mother Russia and her place in the world today. We witness the wounded pride of Russians as the Soviet Empire crumbles, and the jingoistic xenophobia born out of an increased reliance on foreign investment. Propaganda and demonization of the “other” result in institutionalized racism and a culture of disdain. Boris Ivanov brings us up to speed on the shameful adoption crisis, the state-sanctioned hacking of the Internet and the heartless treatment of LGBTQ citizens. Advertisement Once There Was a WinterDIR. ANA VALINEThe Canadian north’s unforgiving nature is amplified to chilling effect in this claustrophobic, white-knuckle thriller from Ana Valine (Sitting on the Edge of Marlene). What is supposed to be a quick stop at a remote trailer turns into a standoff between embittered brothers, with an innocent woman (Kate Corbett) caught in the crossfire. As old wounds are reopened and fresh blood is spilled, the wolves at the door pose little threat in comparison to the personal demons being unleashed inside. About VIFFFounded in 1982, the Greater Vancouver International Film Festival Society is a not-for-profit cultural society and federally registered charitable organization that operates the internationally acclaimed Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF) and the year-round programming of the Vancity Theatre at the Vancouver International Film Centre. VIFF produces screenings, talks and events that act as a catalyst for a diverse community to discover, discuss and share the creativity and craft of storytelling on screen. In its 36th year, the Vancouver International Film Festival welcomes the world to Vancouver from September 28-October 13, 2017 as it showcases the top international, Canadian and BC films and plays host to industry professionals from around the globe. viff.org  EntanglementDIR. JASON JAMESIntent on ending his misery, Ben (Silicon Valley‘s Thomas Middleditch) merely adds to a laundry list of embarrassments. So it’s no surprise when subsequent efforts to connect with the woman who was nearly his adoptive sister (Jess Weixler) send him into a darkly comic tailspin that leaves him questioning every relationship in his life, as well as his increasingly tenuous grip on reality. Jason James’ sophisticated film poignantly questions whether it’s ever advisable to let things go. GregoireDIR. CODY BOWNShot in his hometown of Fort McMurray before it was ravaged by wildfires, Cody Bown’s drama draws on real life events to capture snapshots of a community teetering on a precipice and a collection of twentysomethings whose seemingly directionless lives have intersected. Bown draws remarkable performances from an ensemble cast (headed by Jared Abrahamson); his film will resonate with anyone who’s reached that stage in life where there’s no other option than making a life-changing decision. VANCOUVER, B.C. – The Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF), with the support of Premier Partner, TELUS, has unveiled the festival’s much-anticipated Sea to Skyprogramming stream: a showcase of the inspired works emerging from the creative nexus that is British Columbia. Sea to Sky’s name reflects this province’s diverse creators and the astonishing range of storytelling techniques they employ. Featuring rising talent and filmmakers at the top of their game, the Sea to Sky stream is home to gripping dramas, intrepid documentaries, outrageous comedies, genre romps and hybrid-fiction experiments.TELUS proudly promotes and enhances BC’s creative culture by working with VIFF to create meaningful engagement for regional filmmakers and audiences of all backgrounds. Through the #mustseeBC pre-festival campaign and award, they help stoke anticipation for local films, while their Sea to Sky Award celebrates female creators and ensures that they have the resources to continue creating. Furthermore, Totally Indie Day provides a forum for invaluable insights and advice from industry pros and rising new talent.“Our commitment to support diverse voices and stories from Western Canada perfectly aligns with VIFF’s mission and has come to life with the Sea to Sky programming stream,” said Kim Guise, Director of Content at TELUS. “We are thrilled to continue our partnership with VIFF and focusing on enhancing the careers of creators with screenings, specialized training and a dedicated award for women in the industry.” Weekly announcements of confirmed titles and programmed events commence this week.Tickets start at $15. Passes and ticket packs are available online on August 28th, with single tickets available online September 7th and in-person at the Vancity Theatre Box Office starting September 14th. All tickets will be available for purchase at viff.org.Passes for Totally Indie Day are available for morning and afternoon sessions. Full day passes are also available, and include entrance to the after party. More information will be available at viff.org on September 8th.VIFF would like to thank Premier Partner Telus, Premier Supporters Telefilm Canada and Creative BC as well as our other generous partners, sponsors and suppliers.Each year VIFF relies on the hard work of more than 1,000 volunteers to assist in running the festival. Volunteer registration is now open at goviff.org/volunteer. Hollow in the LandDIR. SCOOTER CORKLEWhen a body is found in a trailer park and her missing brother (Jared Abrahamson) becomes the number one suspect, headstrong Alison (Dianna Agron) decides to take things into her own hands, setting out to track him down and clear his name before the cops find him first. The harder this amateur detective looks, the more people turn up dead, and soon she becomes a suspect herself. In a town tucked away between a mountain range, secrets get buried deep. If Alison’s not careful, she’ll get buried with them. Login/Register With: Dead ShackDIR. PETER RICQWith their best attempt at a wholesome family vacation already being sabotaged by f-bombs and baser desires, three teenage friends are suddenly sent careening on a detour into over-the-top, gory horror in this ode to ’80s genre flicks from Peter Ricq (whose band HUMANS supplies the synth score). Thanks to the equal attention lavished on characters and physical comedy/carnage (courtesy of first-rate practical effects), this severed-tongue-in-cheek film’s blunt force trauma packs all the more punch. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Advertisement Public SchooledDIR. KYLE RIDEOUTBook-smart but unschooled in the ways of life, home-schooled teen Liam (Daniel Doheny) has a bright future laid out, even if casual conversation amounts to a social minefield for him. But then he lays eyes on the wooden leg of the prettiest girl in public school and decides on self-sabotage; the result is an extended Grade 12 stay. This comedy from Kyle Rideout (Eadweard) is fuelled by chemistry between Liam and his helicopter mom (Judy Greer) that is so spectacularly awkward it would make Oedipus blush. Shut Up and Say SomethingDIR. MELANIE WOODInternationally acclaimed spoken-word artist Shane Koyczan gives a poignant and powerful voice to those relegated to the margins: the bullied, awkward and visibly different. In this entrancing documentary, Melanie Wood reveals a bashful alchemist who creates dazzling rhetorical fireworks. With candour, Koyczan shares his momentous and deeply personal journey to finally meet his estranged father. The result is his most important poem yet—and the more intimate his words are, the more universal they become. Facebook Meet Beau Dick: Maker of MonstersDIR. LATIESHA TI’SI’TLA FAZAKAS, NATALIE BOLLAdmirers of Pacific Northwest art are notably unanimous in their admiration of the oeuvre of the late Kwakwaka’wakw artist Beau Dick, whose generosity and prolific nature embodied the very spirit of potlatch. LaTiesha Ti’si’tla Fazakas and Natalie Boll share an intimate profile of this man’s rare charisma; his carvings, which remain revered in art circles; and his passionate activism, which culminated in the breaking of coppers in Victoria and Ottawa as an act of protest against legislative injustices. The 2017 BC Spotlight film lineup features 12 titles that will leave audiences inspired by the talent being developed right here in British Columbia. Since its inception in 2013, the BC Spotlight film series has earned the highest attendance ratings in VIFF’s history.On the heels of world premiere announcements at the Toronto International Film festival, Kathleen Hepburn’s Never Steady, Never Still, Wayne Wapeemukwa’s Luk’Luk’I and Kyle Rideout’s Public Schooled will play to eager hometown audiences. Jason James’ Entanglement, Peter Ricq’s Dead Shack, Scooter Corkle’s Hollow in the Land and Cody Bown’s Gregoire will likewise hit Vancouver screens having already made their marks on the festival circuit.VIFF will also be home to five world premieres, including Ana Valine’s Once There Was a Winter, Melanie Wood’s Shut Up and Say Something, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers’ c’əsnaʔəm, the city before the city (in partnership and collaboration with the Musqueam First Nation and the c’əsnaʔəm, the city before the city curatorial team), Boris Ivanov’s On Putin’s Blacklist and LaTiesha Ti’si’tla Fazakas and Natalie Boll’s Meet Beau Dick: Maker of Monsters.All films in the BC Spotlight will compete in the #mustseeBC competition. Launching on September 14, this social media campaign invites film fans to preview these features and the still-to-be-announced BC shorts, promote local creators across social networks and vote online to determine this year’s most anticipated local films. By successfully engaging thousands of fans through social media, the winning film receives a special red carpet screening during the festival. All details will be hosted at mustseebc.viff.org.Presented by TELUS, the Sea to Sky Award will recognize the outstanding work of one female key creative on a BC-produced feature or short. The significant $20,000 prize money can be used for a future production or towards customized training that will further advance the creator’s career.Details of other noteworthy awards in the Sea to Sky stream, including Best BC Film and BC Emerging Filmmaker as well as the members of the Sea to Sky jury will be announced in September 2017.Totally Indie Day, presented by STORYHIVE, is a dynamic day designed to provide hands-on advice from top experienced industry professionals to emerging content creators through targeted business, creative and personal development opportunities. This tent pole industry event supports rising feature film directors, by connecting them with award-winning screenwriters, directors and producers from some of the most popular and successful screen-based content series, today. Attendees also have the chance to meet with Canadian and US distributors and network with industry professionals.“Having helped the programming team launch the BC Spotlight series back in 2013, I’m extremely excited to have been involved in the selection of this year’s remarkably strong lineup,” said Curtis Woloschuk, VIFF’s Associate Director of Programming. “And, with the Sea to Sky Award now in its second year, we’re very proud of the fact this 12-film series features work from six women directors.”The full lineup of films in the BC Spotlight film series includes: Never Steady, Never StillDIR. KATHLEEN HEPBURNSet against a spectacular northern BC backdrop, Kathleen Hepburn’s debut is the intimate story of a devoted mother wrestling with Parkinson’s (Shirley Henderson, astonishing in a demanding role) and a son saddled with his first adult responsibilities (future star Théodore Pellerin). Eloquently scripted, and directed with both tenderness and assurance, the film uses its note-perfect, naturalistic performances and intricately calibrated revelations to create powerful, cathartic drama. c’əsnaʔəm: the city before the cityDIR. ELLE-MAIJA TAILFEATHERS IN PARTNERSHIP AND COLLABORATION WITH THE MUSQUEAM FIRST NATION AND THE C’ƏSNAʔƏM, THE CITY BEFORE THE CITY CURATORIAL TEAMWe live our lives on land that was never ceded or sold by those who were living here at ‘first contact,’ and yet we know precious little about the Lower Mainland before real estate. This film aims to correct that with a meaningful reminder of the history and prehistory of this land and her first people. VIFF alumnus Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, in collaboration with the Musqueam First Nation and the UBC Museum of Anthropology curatorial team, shares this reflection on a time when BC was indeed super and natural. Luk’Luk’IDIR. WAYNE WAPEEMUKWAFebruary 2010: as Canada battles the US for Olympic hockey supremacy, a handful of engrossing, life-and-death dramas unfold in the back alleys, seedy bars and SROs of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. Filmmaker Wayne Wapeemukwa invites some of the city’s marginalized citizens to step into starring roles, and he shines a light on the urban realities we’re often too eager to avert our eyes from. In the process he crafts a discordant city symphony that charts Vancouver’s complexities. Twitterlast_img read more

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SANDRA OH REVEALS WHY SHE WONT EVER RETURN TO GREYS ANATOMY

first_imgAdvertisement Sandra Oh’s time on Grey’s Anatomy is done for good.Although Oh, 47, starred on the hit ABC drama as Dr. Cristina Yang for 10 seasons from 2005-14, she won’t be returning to the Shonda Rhimes-created series for a cameo.During Killing Eve season 2’s Hollywood premiere on Monday evening, Oh told Extra about her reasoning: “You know, I gotta tell you, you guys keep on asking me that question.” “I just got to tell you, creatively you have moved on and while I know, and I deeply appreciate it, because I can feel it from the fans how much they love Cristina and that the show also still keeps Cristina alive, for me, [Killing Eve] is my home now,” she explained about the BBC America series. “This is where I am.” LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Login/Register With: Advertisementcenter_img Twitter Sandra Oh Facebook Advertisementlast_img read more

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Morocco Ranks 42nd in Huawei’s Global Connectivity Index

Rabat – Morocco has been ranked 42nd out of 50 countries for internet connectivity, ICT usage and digital transformation in a global survey conducted by Chinese networking firm Huawei.The survey dubbed the Global Connectivity Index (GCI) was released on the opening day of Huawei’s Global Analyst Summit in Shenzhen, Southern China.The Chinese company says its survey takes into account four elements as the cornerstones of connectivity: supply, demand, experience and potential. It also identifies big data analytics, cloud services, Internet of Things (Iot), broadband and data centers as enablers of digital transformation. In addition to ranking countries based on how they are moving towards a more connected and digitalized economy, GCI says that 20 per cent growth in ICT investments could see a country’s GDP increase by 1 per cent. “Countries with higher GCI scores have higher GDP per Capita. The results of the GCI model show that ICT technology has become a new production factor which drives the economic transformation of a country,” the study added.The survey has found that developing countries performed better in building the supply of connectivity in 3G coverage and mobile adoption. However, they lag behind the mature countries in building up their datacenter capabilities (core).Developing countries also lag behind the mature economies by two folds in supplying, adopting, and using transformation technologies of Broadband, Cloud, Internet of Things, Big Data, and Datacenter.Among the survey’s key findings was that Datacenter investment by developed countries is three times that of developing countries, which is the major catalyst of could proliferation as “the edge does not exist without the core.”With a GCI score of 85, the United States is ranked number one in the survey, followed by Sweden, Singapore, Switzerland, and the UK.Commenting on the index, Kevin Zhang, President of Huawei Corporate Marketing, said, “The Global Connectivity Index is not merely a ranking of countries. We see it as a platform to partner with policymakers and enterprise leaders to identify, harness, and create new digital economy opportunities with the aim of building a Better Connected World.”© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed without permission. read more

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Muslim Transit Officer’s Relative Stabbed to Death in New York

New York – The aunt of a Muslim traffic officer was stabbed to death not far from her home in Queens yesterday.The slaying follows other attacks on Muslims which have left many American Muslims concerned for their safety.Nazma Khanam, 60, was found stabbed in the chest and unconscious when police arrived at the scene. Khanam was walking in front of her husband when she was stabbed. But he did not see the actual attack.“Her husband was behind her one and a half blocks away and didn’t see nothing,” said Mohammed Rahman, a nephew of the victim.  “He didn’t realize somebody stabbed his wife,” Rahman told PIX 11-TV.Khanam, who is originally from Bangladesh, was wearing traditional Islamic clothing and a hijab which covers the hair and neck of a woman at the time of the incident.Muslims from Bangladeshi are largely represented in the traffic officer bureau, which is a division of the New York Police Department.New York City Muslims, especially Queens residents, are on edge since the shootings of an Imam and associate walking home from the masjid.  They had just prayed the afternoon prayer together.Imam Maulama Akonjee, 55 and his assistant Thara Uddin, 64, were both shot execution-style in the back of the head after leaving the mosque in Cypress Hills, a neighborhood in Queens this month.  Both were Muslims from Bangladesh.New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio addressed mourners at their funeral and promised to provide extra police presence at mosques throughout the city.Afterward the funeral, the crowd of mourners protested and chanted “we want justice” while holding signs that said, “STOP HATE CRIMES.”American Muslims, especially New Yorkers, are concerned about security since the holy day of Eid al Adha may fall on September 11, the fifteen-year anniversary of the World Trade Center bombing in 2001.In a recent New York Times article, Habeeb Ahmed, president of the Islamic Center of Long Island, said he was concerned people would say: “Look at these Muslims, they are celebrating 9/11.”This occurs in an unusually hostile social and political environment in America in which “hate crimes” against Muslims have increased.Earlier this month, Khalid Jabara, 31, a Lebanese-American man was gunned down on his front porch while on his cell phone talking with his mother. His neighbor, Vernon Majors, 61, had harassed the family for years, seriously injured the mother with his car, and called them names like “filthy Lebanese” and “Moozlims” before allegedly shooting Jabara at close range.Last year, Muslim store owner Sarker Haque was punched repeatedly and given a black eye by a customer in Queens.  When Haque asked why the attacker did it, he said, “I kill Muslims!”Hate crimes targeting Muslims, their businesses and mosques have tripled since 2015.  Hijab-wearing girls have been harassed and cursed. Mosques have been victim to arson and vandalism.In the stabbing case of Khanam, police initially said they were investigating it as a robbery.  However, Rahman said his aunt had no loss of property.  Now a decision was made to look in the murder as a hate crime. read more

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German security conference starting amid Iran deal friction

MUNICH — More than 30 heads of state and government and 80 defence and foreign ministers are meeting in Munich for an annual security conference known for its frank exchanges and backroom diplomacy.Vice-President Mike Pence, who heads the U.S. delegation, set the tone in Warsaw on Thursday, accusing Britain, France and Germany of trying to “break” American sanctions on Iran and calling on them to withdraw from the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran.But unlike in Warsaw, Iran will be represented in Munich. Its foreign minister, and top-level diplomats from Russia and China — as well as the defence ministers from the three European nations to preserve the nuclear deal — will be there.Chancellor Angela Merkel leads Germany’s delegation to the conference, which opens Friday.The Associated Press read more

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UN peacekeepers in Lebanon alarmed by escalation along Blue Line

“The katyusha attacks last night on Israel and the ferocity of firing this morning, which has spread to outside Shebaa Farms including rounds falling extremely close to a UN position, makes me very concerned about the outcome of these dangerous attempts of escalation from the Lebanese side,” said Major-General Lalit Tewari, the Commander of the UN Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL). “I appeal for a cool head and restraint to allow the diplomatic initiatives to bear fruit,” he added in a statement released in Naqoura. Meanwhile, a UN spokesman in New York reported that Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s Personal Representative for southern Lebanon, Staffan de Mistura, has intensified his contacts with the Lebanese authorities and the diplomatic community in Beirut in order to impress the urgent need for restraint along the Blue Line, including the Shebaa Farms. read more

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Canadian drug developer Theratechnologies parts ways with international partner

by The Canadian Press Posted Apr 8, 2013 8:18 am MDT MONTREAL – Theratechnologies Inc. (TSX:TH) has parted ways with the company that was taking the lead in commercializing its main product in Europe, Russia and several Asian countries.Montreal-based Theratechnologies says its distribution and licensing agreement with Ferrer International SA has been terminated by mutual consent.Theratechnologies developed tesamorelin as a treatment for excess abdominal fat in HIV-infected patients with lipdystrophy.The company’s product for treatment, called Egrifta, is marketed in the United States by EMD Serono. However, Theratechnologies has run into difficulty getting regulatory approvals for Egrifta in Canada and Europe.Theratechnologies president and CEO Luc Tanguay said Monday that the company will work with “physicians, patient groups, regulatory consultants and certain regulators to assess a potential refiling in Europe for tesamorelin in 2013.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Canadian drug developer Theratechnologies parts ways with international partner read more

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Real estate heir Robert Durst agrees to come to Los Angeles to

by Amanda Lee Myers, The Associated Press Posted Dec 22, 2015 4:19 pm MDT Last Updated Dec 23, 2015 at 8:20 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Real estate heir Robert Durst agrees to come to Los Angeles to face murder charge FILE – This Tuesday, March 17, 2015 file photo shows Robert Durst is transported from Orleans Parish Criminal District Court to the Orleans Parish Prison after his arraignment on murder charges in New Orleans. Prosecutors said on Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2015, fugitive real estate heir Durst has agreed to be extradited from Louisiana to Los Angeles by mid-August to face a murder charge. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File) LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Robert Durst, the scion of a prominent New York real estate family who gained new notoriety this year in an HBO documentary on his alleged crimes, has agreed to come from Louisiana to Los Angeles to face charges that he killed a friend to stop her from co-operating with an investigation into the disappearance of his wife.Durst and his attorneys jointly filed an agreement with the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office, prosecutors announced Tuesday. It stipulates that Durst will be extradited from Louisiana to Los Angeles no later than Aug. 18.Court filings have shown that Durst has struck a plea deal with federal prosecutors on a weapons charge in New Orleans. The weapons charge has kept Durst jailed in Louisiana since March, even though he waived extradition on the murder charge in Los Angeles.Durst, an estranged member of the family that runs 1 World Trade Center in New York, faces a first-degree murder trial in Los Angeles in the 2000 death of his friend and onetime spokeswoman Susan Berman, 55.The 72-year-old millionaire is accused of killing Berman to keep her from talking to investigators looking into the disappearance of his first wife in 1982.Durst was arrested in New Orleans on the eve of the finale of “The Jinx,” a six-part HBO documentary about Durst, the disappearance of his wife, Berman’s death, and the death and dismemberment of a neighbour in Texas in 2001.Durst’s lawyers say his arrest in New Orleans was timed to coincide with the conclusion of “The Jinx.” Durst had registered at the hotel under the name Everette Ward and was lying low while HBO aired the final chapter of his life story.U.S. District Judge Helen Berrigan in Louisiana postponed Durst’s trial on the weapons charge earlier this month to give attorneys time to work out a date to sign a plea agreement. On Thursday, she scheduled a change of plea hearing for Feb. 3.Richard DeGuerin, one of Durst’s attorneys, said in a statement Tuesday that the extradition agreement is “part of our effort to have Robert Durst face and defeat the California murder charge as soon as possible.”“Bob Durst didn’t kill Susan Berman and doesn’t know who did,” DeGuerin said. “He is eager to go to trial and prove his innocence.”___Associated Press writer Janet McConnaughey in New Orleans contributed to this report.___Follow Amanda Lee Myers on Twitter at https://twitter.com/AmandaLeeAP. Her work can be found at http://bigstory.ap.org/content/amanda-lee-myers. read more

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Baby number four Duchess of Cambridge feeling broody

Mr Barr asked: “Baby number four?” The royal couple were greeted by hundreds of cheering well-wishers in Ballymena on the second day of their Northern Ireland… During a walkabout in Ballymena, Northern Ireland, the Duchess met five-month-old baby James Barr and told his father Alan: “He’s gorgeous. It makes me feel a little broody.” The Duchess, who comes from a family of three children herself, also commented on a little girl’s coat, saying, “I love your cool coat. Charlotte loves pink.” The Duchess of Cambridge admitted to feeling a “little broody” today, inspiring speculation her children might be joined by one more. The Duchess laughed and conceded: “I think William would be a little worried.” 

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Kent to become international wine tasting holiday destination as 2018 heatwave produces

Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. “It’s a combination of the two, the majority of visitors are domestic, that includes ‘staycationers’, but we are definitely setting our sights on attracting more overseas visitors. The US is a prime target as they are the majority consumer of our exports.”This is yet another way we can attract American tourists to Britain.”Miles Beale, Chief Executive of the Wine and Spirit Trade Association, said: “It’s extremely exciting that in 2018 UK wine makers have produced volumes that near-triple the number of bottles made the previous year. This is down to the gutsy English and Welsh wine businesses and all those investing in them to grow vineyards, create fantastic wines rivalling the best in the world and develop amazing places to visit.”Last summer’s record heatwave provided near perfect grape growing conditions and a bumper harvest with UK winemakers predicting that when it starts being released, 2018 is likely to prove a vintage year. This will prove vital to maintaining the reputation of English and Welsh wine as it grows – including its exports.”Guy Barter, chief horticulturalist at the Royal Horticultural Society added: “It was a year in a hundred for grapes, I’ve never seen anything like it before, not even in 1976. Kent is set to become an international wine tasting destination after a record year for English and Welsh wine, with production tripling and exports doubling in 2018.The heatwave caused a bumper harvest last year, and experts have said that it will be a vintage year for wine in Britain.Now, visitors are beginning to come from around the world to go on wine-tasting holidays in Kent, Sussex and Wales.The south-east of England features the most active vineyards, attracting the most tourists, as the “wine garden of Kent” and clusters of vineyards in Sussex and Hampshire work together to offer wine tastings.Wine tasting holidays are already winning awards. Winemakers Hush Heath, part of the Kent group, recently opened a tasting room and winery, which won a VisitEngland Visitor Attraction award last year.Bolney wine estate in Sussex have built a new restaurant and wine tasting room as well as creating nature walks around their vines, in order to capitalise on the wine tourism industry and teach people about their wines.A spokesperson from Wines of Great Britain said that English and Welsh wine is particularly attractive to American tourists.She said “Wine tourism globally has become a very popular leisure pastime. “We are certainly going to see more grapes and more wine being produced.”Normally British grape juice is rather acid, that makes a rather mouth puckering wine, the heat, light and late autumn meant they were full of sugar.”This made the best wine. “ read more

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LETTER Democracy is on a death spiral under Grangers leadership

Dear Editor,President David Granger has built a reputation of being unable to play a fair game.  He can’t be trusted.  And he is unfit to run a democracy.  Obviously, democracy is on a death spiral under his leadership.  His unilateral appointment of the 84-year-old James Patterson as GECOM chair is illegal, unconstitutional, undemocratic, abusive, lawless, uncivilized and disrespectful to the people of this country.  Such immoral and uncivilized actions by Mr Granger have paved the way for political persecution and election fraud reminiscent of the Forbes Burnham era.Mr Granger is bursting with ignorance and arrogance which are typical symptoms of despots.  There are no kind words to describe his actions. History is repeating itself.  Mr Granger’s behaviour should never be tolerated.  Guyanese deserve better.  At this time, I stand with the parliamentary Opposition in whatever course of action it takes in its fight for democracy in this country.  Mr Granger and the APNU/PNC/AFC should never be allowed to trample our democratic rights.Yours truly,Annie Baliram Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedLEAD Project Saga: PPP blasts Granger; Says he’s an inadequate LeaderMay 6, 2014In “Politics”Ramotar responds to Granger – “No need to remind me about upholding the Constitution”September 11, 2014In “Politics”GECOM debacle: Opposition pulls out of Border CommissionOctober 21, 2017In “latest news” read more

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ONE OF THE WORST EVER VESZPREMS DEALS Christian Zeitz goes back to

← Previous Story EPIC MOMENTS: How Egyptians celebrate first Olympic win after 16 years! Next Story → Michal Jurecki about Polish problems: We have to win “3 of 3” One of the worst transfer in the history of Hungarian Telekom Veszprem, Christian Zeitz, will again play at THW Kiel! The 36-years old lefthander spent two years in Hungary, mostly on bench or out of the hall, facing with the injuries and problems to adapt on Hungarian way of life.Former German NT member spent 11 years in THW Kiel, where he won three EHF Champions League titles…PHOTO: Jozo Čabraja handball transfersTelekom VeszpremTHW Kiel

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White Widow had fraudulently acquired South African passport

first_imgNo we are not, no government intentionally provides cover, I hope, for terrorist groups, and it is certainly not the practice of the government or security forces of South Africa.She added that the Kenyan government had not yet contacted the South African government regarding the Westgate mall attack or Lewthwaite’s possible involvement.“There has been no contact from the government or police or security services of Kenya indicating that a South African passport was used.“I am not aware that the investigation is at a point where militants have been identified.”The passport was issued in the Indian ocean city of Durban.The minister said it was not clear if Lewthwaite lived in South Africa, but she pointed to media reports suggesting that was the case.A local terror expert and academic said earlier this week that Lewthwaite regularly travels to South Africa and stayed in South Asian suburbs of Johannesburg earlier this year.Credit records show Natalie Faye Webb had at least three addresses in Johannesburg and ran up debts of €6,400.Residents at the addresses denied Lewthwaite had lived there and could not remember having seen her.The 29-year-old Muslim convert was nicknamed the “White Widow” because her husband was among the 2005 London suicide bombers who killed more than 50 people.There has been widespread media speculation over her possible role in Nairobi’s deadly mall siege after Kenya’s foreign minister said a “British woman” was among the Islamist Al-Shabaab attackers.Read: Co Down-born woman may have taken part in Nairobi attack >Read: 63 still missing as Kenya begins three days of mourning >Read: Kenyan troops “in control” of Westgate Mall > THE IRISH-BORN woman reportedly linked to the Nairobi mall attack gained a South African passport that was cancelled in 2011 using an assumed identity according to state officials.Co. Down born Samantha Lewthwaite — wanted by Kenyan police for alleged involvement in a separate terror plot — used the alias Natalie Faye Webb to get the passport, which was last used in February 2011.The South African passport was “fraudulently acquired” South African home affairs Minister Naledi Pandor told media, rejecting accusations that South Africa had unwittingly harboured an international terror suspect.last_img read more

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Davies believes HudsonOdoi trying to emulate Sancho

first_imgDerby County defender believes Chelsea youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi is trying to follow in the footsteps of Jadon Sancho.The 18-year-old winger has been a subject of three rejected bids from Bayern Munich this transfer window, as the Bundesliga giants are keen to lure him away from Chelsea.Hudson-Odoi is understood to be keen on a move to Germany in search more first-team football after only featuring three times in the Premier League for the Blues.Davies believes watching Sancho, who left Manchester City for Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2017, flourish due to more first-team action has made Hudson-Odoi more unsettled at Stamford Bridge.Jadon SanchoMerson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.The former Hull City defender said, according to Sky Sports:“It’s whether Chelsea will offer him a big deal and will say ‘we want you to be involved in games’ like he has been recently, or whether he decides he wants to leave and join Bayern Munich and try to do what Jadon Sancho did, which is leave a British club and now find himself in the England squad and playing at the top of the Bundesliga.”last_img read more

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45 think flexible working is important in supporting an ageing workforce

first_imgMore than two-fifths (45%) of respondents believe that flexible working or part-time opportunities are of the highest importance when it comes to supporting an ageing workforce, according to research by Canada Life Group Insurance.Its survey of 1,004 full and part-time UK employees also found that, of the respondents that plan to work beyond the state pension age, 60% claim they would be more likely to work for an employer that offered health and wellbeing benefits.The research also found:72% of respondents will work beyond the age of 65, with 47% of these respondents believing they will be over the age of 70 before they retire. Around 17% of respondents expect to be older than 75 by the time they retire.13% of respondents think that employers are encouraging older employees to stay in the workplace, and 15% feel that older people are appreciated and respected in the working environment.6% of respondents think the government is helping to promote older employees.36% of respondents believe that an ageing workforce might mean that older employees will have to re-train or learn new skills to stay in work, while 30% who feel an ageing workforce could make it harder for young employees to move up the career ladder.41% of respondents think that a mix of older and younger employees creates a workforce with a wider range of skills.90% of respondents cite the rising cost of living as the main reason why they expect to work beyond the age of 65, compared to 87% who think that poor returns on savings due to low interest rates will impact on their retirement age.Paul Avis (pictured), marketing director at Canada Life Group Insurance, said: “This is the second year in a row that our findings indicate that more than 70% of the country’s workforce expect to work beyond the age of 65, and there is no sign that this trend will slow down any time soon.“But even as an older workforce becomes more common, the stigma surrounding older [employees] is proving hard to shake. Employers now have the opportunity to capitalise on the skills of two or even three generations, but only if they address potential generational divides and the changing needs of their employees.“Alongside promoting the benefits of a more diverse workforce, organisations can attract and retain older [employees] by offering employee benefits packages which include products such as income protection and critical illness cover that protect staff financially in the event of ill health. As people get older, the need for these immediate health benefits grows, as does the value that employees place on them. These benefits packages also include a wide range of support services, from early intervention to employee assistance programmes and second medical opinion services, all of which can be used without being a claimant and so add additional, daily value to workforces.”last_img read more

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UPDATE Attempted Arson At Mosque In East Harris County

first_img Share Photo: Harris County Fire Marshal’s OfficeThe fire was put out quickly and it was contained to the front door only, it never actually made it inside of the mosque.A mosque located in east Harris County suffered an attempted arson early on Thursday but the fire was quickly put out and there was minimal damage, according to the county’s Fire Marshal Office.The name of the mosque is Islamic Society of Greater Houston (ISGH) Northshore and it is located at the 13800 block of Brownsville Street, in the Cloverleaf neighborhood.Rachel Moreno, public information officer with the Harris County Fire Marshal Office, said the mosque’s grounds keeper was alerted by an alarm around 4:30 a.m. The groundskeeper lives next door to the mosque and Moreno noted that he “was able to put the fire out with water very quickly.”“It does appear that someone or some suspects poured an ignitable liquid on the door of the mosque and lit on fire,” the spokeswoman said, although she added that the damage was “very minimal” because the fire was “contained to the front door only, it never actually made it inside of the mosque.”Photo: Harris County Fire Marshal’s OfficeThe vehicle of the mosque’s imam had all four tires slashed and investigators think that incident is connected with the attempted arson.Additionally, the vehicle of the mosque’s imam had all four tires slashed and investigators think that incident is connected with the attempted arson.The Harris County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) and the Harris County Fire Marshal Office are asking for tips for Crime Stoppers. Information can be provided by calling 713-222-TIPS or visiting crime-stoppers.org. There could be a reward of up to $5,000.The Islamic Society of Greater Houston (ISGH) said in a statement that the front portion of the mosque “suffered heavy fire damage” and asked community members “to remain vigilant about their surroundings.”last_img read more

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Legends of Tomorrow Reminds Us Why Star Wars Was So Important

first_imgStay on target Legends of Tomorrow returned last night with probably the best episode we’ve seen yet. But I suppose that’s inevitable when you borrow from one of the greatest movies ever made. At the end of the midseason finale, Damien Darhk and Eobard Thawne had teamed up with Malcolm Merlyn to find the Spear of Destiny, an ancient artifact that can permanently rewrite reality. It turns out; Rip Hunter has one piece of it. He survived the crash at the end of season one by grabbing his piece of the spear and touching the Waverider’s time drive core. That sends him to a random point in time and erases his memory. Now, he’s working as a Hollywood director in the ’60s. And speaking with an American accent for some reason.Darhk and Merlyn begin the episode in Hollywood tracking down Hunter. To get around Los Angeles faster, they murder a couple of bikers. That’s enough to catch the attention of the Legends of Tomorrow, who have figured out what the evil trio is after. Nate has even taken to calling their adversaries “The Legion of Doom,” because he used to watch Superfriends as a kid. Wait… this is a D.C. show, but a cartoon based on D.C. Comics exists? How does… You know what? Let’s call it a leak from a parallel universe and move on.The Legends find Rip just in time to save him from Darhk and Merlyn. Rip makes a comment about how his Vandal Savage-looking villain doesn’t look threatening enough (at least they’re admitting it now), and a fight between the Legends and the Legion of Doom ensues. The fight doesn’t last long, as the cops show up and arrest Rip for being involved. The ordeal scares the hell out of Rip’s plot master, some guy named George Lucas.Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer. (Photo via The CW)Back on the Waverider, the legends try to formulate a plan to break Rip out of prison. They run into a problem when Ray and Nate both appear to be losing their intelligence. It turns out that they accidentally scared George Lucas away from filmmaking and he became an insurance agent instead. With no Star Wars, Ray never became an inventor. Without Raiders of the Lost Ark, Nate never became an archaeologist. Oh, and when the Legends break Rip out of prison, they find that he used a piece of the Spear of Destiny as a prop in his movie. Which means George Lucas has it.The Legends rush to Lucas only to find out that he’s just quit film school and dumped all his equipment in the garbage. Including the Spear of Destiny. They are met by Darhk and Merlyn, who hold Lucas and the Legends hostage. Since Star Wars hasn’t been made, Ray no longer has his atom suit, and he never made the serum that turned Nate into Steel. Combined with the fact that Merlyn stole Vixen’s amulet, the Legends are forced to take Lucas to the dump and dig through a trash compactor. See where this is going?This episode was bursting with Star Wars references, because how could you not with George Lucas as a character? Yes, they were super on-the-nose, but it didn’t matter. It was fun stupidity, and isn’t that what Legends is all about? As the heroes are digging through the trash, Darhk decides they’re taking too long and, you guessed it, turns on the trash compactor. The Legends are able to jam it with a steel beam long enough to convince Lucas to admit the truth. What he really wants to do is direct. (Ha!)With that revelation, Steel gets his powers back, Atom gets his suit, and the battle turns in their favor. We get a fun action scene that culminates with Rip Hunter, who suddenly seems to remember who he is, firing on the Legion of Doom with the Waverider. The Legends can make it back to the ship with the Spear of Destiny piece and the compass. Unfortunately, the Legion of Doom captures Rip, planning to torture him until he tells them where the rest of the Spear is.Dominic Purcell as Mick Rory and Victor Garber as Martin Stein. (Photo via The CW)With a main plot that’s cool and geeky, it almost didn’t matter what the subplot was. While there were some interesting things going on between Mick and Martin, we didn’t learn anything new. Mick asked Martin to take a look at his brain, hoping to find an explanation for his visions of Snart. While Martin does find a transmitter in Mick’s brain put there by the Time Masters, it stopped working long ago. Mick’s visions appear to be the result of him missing his former partner. Mick hates the idea that he has feelings at all and retreats further into himself. Yeah, brooding is the perfect way to prove you don’t feel things.So the subplot went nowhere, but the rest of the episode was Legends of Tomorrow at its best. It was silly, self-aware and shamelessly nerdy. More than that, it was a perfect love letter to Star Wars and Indiana Jones. It celebrated not just how great those movies are, but what they mean to people. It reminded us that genre films can inspire people to do great things. Not bad for a show about wacky superhero time-travel hijinks. DC TV Comes to NYCC, Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker Grin & More DC NewsOur Favorite TV Superheroes Ranked last_img read more

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first_img News | Digital Radiography (DR) | June 28, 2019 Springfield Clinic Deploys 17 Carestream Digital X-ray Systems Springfield Clinic implemented 14 Carestream DRX-Evolu read more Technology | June 05, 2013 Konica Minolta Launches All-In-One DR Solution for Urgent Care Centers, Community Hospitals News | Radiology Business | June 26, 2019 Konica Minolta Healthcare and the Emory Healthcare Innovation Hub Partner to Drive Innovation in Healthcare Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc. read more Technology | Digital Radiography (DR) | July 25, 2019 Samsung Announces New iQuia Premium Digital Radiography Platform Samsung has announced iQuia, a new digital radiography (DR) platform of premium products and technologies that improves… read more Videos | Radiographic Fluoroscopy (RF) | August 09, 2019 VIDEO: Demonstration of the Shimadzu FluoroSpeed X1 Radiographic Fluoroscopy System Shimadzu displayed the FluoroSpeed X1 conventional radiographic fluoroscopy (RF) system at the Association for Medica read more Technology | Radiographic Fluoroscopy (RF) | August 09, 2019 Shimadzu Medical Systems Receives FDA 510(k) for FluoroSpeed X1 RF System Shimadzu Medical Systems USA, a subsidiary of Shimadzu Corp., announced they have received U.S. Food and Drug… read more News | Radiation Dose Management | July 18, 2019 Low Doses of Radiation Promote Cancer-capable Cells Low doses of radiation equivalent to three computed tomography (CT) scans, which are considered safe, give cancer-… read more News | Digital Radiography (DR) | July 23, 2019 Konica Minolta and Shimadzu to Co-market Dynamic Digital Radiography in the U.S. Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas Inc. along with Shimadzu Medical Systems USA announced a collaborative agreement to… read more Konica Minolta Launches All-In-One DR Solution for Urgent Care Centers, Community HospitalsJune 5, 2013 — Konica Minolta Medical Imaging announced the release of a new digital radiography (DR) solution — ImagePilot Aero. This all-in-one digital imaging system combines the ease of use and simplified image acquisition of the Konica Minolta ImagePilot System with the workflow efficiencies, and high image quality of the lightweight, wireless Aero DR panel. With this new solution, private practices, imaging centers and community hospitals have access to the productivity and versatility of wireless DR.“With the ImagePilot Aero, transitioning to DR has never been easier,” says Steve Eisner, senior marketing manager at Konica Minolta. “It is the perfect marriage of two Konica Minolta innovations that can help clinicians raise their level of productivity. Aero DR provides superlative image quality and combined with the ImagePilot simplifies the user experience. Clinics and private practices can now benefit from the latest in DR technology quickly, easily and cost effectively.”The technology behind the ImagePilot Aero translates into fast, efficient and reliable imaging. Image transfer occurs in a 13 second cycle for higher patient throughput.  The panel’s wireless versatility enhances clinical efficiency and productivity, as one panel can be used for all exams. The durable panel design enhances reliability and offers high-quality, high DQE imaging with greater dose efficiency.Konica Minolta provides five years of total system coverage with its five-year total cost of ownership (TCO) plans to help customers manage ongoing costs of ownership. “These bundles include panel protection, parts, technical support, software upgrades and Informity cloud-based services to ensure system maintenance surprises are eliminated,” adds Eisner.For more information: medical.konicaminolta.us FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享center_img Shimadzu FluoroSpeed X1 Walkaround AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:25Loaded: 11.42%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:25 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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