Grande Prairie man charged after bearspraying during Canadian Tire theft attempt

first_img22 year-old Macauley Boivin of Grande Prairie has been charged with nine offences, including three counts of failing to comply with a recognizance, and two counts each of assault with a weapon and possession of a prohibited weapon.Boivin is set to appear in Grande Prairie Provincial Court on Monday, March 5th. GRANDE PRAIRIE, A.B. — A Grande Prairie man is facing charges after he allegedly attempted a theft from Canadian Tire and bear-sprayed a store employee and bystander after he was caught.Cpl. Shawn Graham said that the RCMP responded to a 9-1-1 call from the local Canadian Tire hardware store at around 11:50 a.m. Wednesday. Upon arrival, police discovered a man being restrained by another man. Police learned that the man being detained had attempted to steal from the store and was then pursued by an employee and a bystander.During the altercation, the suspect bear-sprayed both men, causing them to sustain minor injuries. A search of the suspect revealed a can of bear spray, brass knuckles, and what is believed to be a small amount of cocaine.last_img read more

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Weve had up to five doses given before someone comes around How

first_img JESS SEARS HAS saved a lot of lives since she started working in homelessness services.The Depaul clinical nurse manager has injected people suffering from overdose with the drug Naloxone on many occasions.“My first time was when I was working in a drug service in the north inner city where we would often have staff outside the toilets because that could be an area where someone is injecting,” said Sears.“When someone becomes unresponsive we’ll need to take off the door, make sure the scene is safe and remove that person to a safe environment and check on them.”Naloxone is a medication that rapidly reverses and restores the breathing of a person overdosing from heroin or prescription opioid pain medications.“It’s very, very easy to administer you just put the person in the recovery position. Luckily this person hadn’t stopped breathing,” said Sears.So they were still breathing we didn’t need to perform CPR and I administered it into the leg. And within one to two minutes the person will come around.NaloxoneNaloxone has been available for use by medical professionals for decades.A 2014 HSE pilot project saw 600 people – mainly frontline workers and family members – trained in administering the drug.Since then, it has been rolled out for use by frontline workers – like homeless hostel staff – as well as drug users and their families who may not have a medical background.In Depaul it was rolled out in 2016 among staff.“We’ve trained I believe 144 full-time staff at this stage,” said Sears, who is responsible for this training.Naloxone can be injected into the leg and combats overdose for about 20 minutes. It is completely safe to use and has no effect on someone who is not overdosing.Sometimes, multiple injections are needed depending on the severity of the case.“We give it as many times as we need to… After two to three minutes if the person isn’t responding we give a second dose,” said Sears.“And we continue every two the three minutes until that person wakes up or until the ambulance crew comes and they take up the case.In our services we’ve had up to five doses given to a service user before they’ve come around.DepaulDepaul runs a number emergency hostels in Dublin. In total it provides about 200 beds, with many of these being one-night only and “low threshold”.This means that homeless people staying at the shelter can be using drugs or alcohol and still be admitted.For this reason, having staff trained in administering Naloxone is very important.Ireland has the third-highest rate of deaths from overdoses in EuropeOver the course of last year, 23 people overdosed while staying at homeless hostels run by Depaul.In 16 of these cases, hostel staff injected the drug, saving the lives of those involved.“23 people are alive because of that [drug],” said Sears.On top of directly saving lives, the programme also helps people to talk openly about drug use and its effects and can reduce stigma.“By creating the space to talk about Naloxone with people we’re reducing the stigma associated with the substance’s use and it creates the opportunity for more meaningful intervention around safer use and around their general health conditions,” said Sears.It opens that door without judgement. The stigma is a huge barrier for people accessing healthcare.Read: A new heroin overdose drug has saved five lives under a HSE pilot programme >Read: Warning to drug users over opioid 10,000 times more potent than morphine > Share217 Tweet Email3 Sunday 18 Feb 2018, 4:00 PM Image: Shutterstock ‘We’ve had up to five doses given before someone comes around’: How an anti-overdose drug is saving lives Naloxone was rolled out across Depaul services in 2016. 28,343 Views Image: Shutterstock 22 Comments Short URL Feb 18th 2018, 4:00 PM By Cormac Fitzgerald Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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Trump says he gave May advice on Brexit negotiations but she didnt

first_img Image: Olivier Douliery/Sipa USA via PA Images Mar 14th 2019, 4:00 PM By Christina Finn Source: went on to say that he doesn’t think another Brexit referendum would be possible “because it would be very unfair to the people that won”. The president’s comments came as MPs are due to vote again in the House of Commons this evening at 5pm. They will be asked whether they want to vote to request an extension to Article 50 from the European Union which would see Brexit delayed.The House of Commons last night voted against a no-deal Brexit with 321 MPs rejecting leaving the European Union without an agreement at any time. A total of 278 MPs voted against the motion which aims to rule out a no-deal Brexit in any circumstances.  During last night’s events, MPs also voted for a ‘no no-deal ever’ amendment as put down by Caroline Spelman. Its aim was to rule out a no-deal Brexit at any time rather than just up until 29 March, as May had proposed.A total of 312 voted for it – ie to entirely reject a no-deal at any time now or in the future – while 308 voted against the amendment.’s Political Correspondent Christina Finn will be bringing you all the latest updates from Leo Varadkar’s visit to Washington DC this week, including his meeting with US President Donald Trump on Thursday.Stay up-to-date by following @christinafinn8, @TJ_Politics  and’s Facebook page.  US PRESIDENT DONALD Trump has said he gave British Prime Minister Theresa May advice on “how to negotiate” Brexit but that she “didn’t listen” to it. Trump made his comments while speaking to reporters during his meeting with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar the Oval Office in the White House.Trump said that he will stay out of the Brexit negotiations but hopes that the discussions work out.He said he’s surprised how badly the talks have gone and added that May has failed to follow his advice on how to handle the negotiations.“I gave the Prime Minister my ideas on how to negotiate it and I think you would have been successful. She didn’t listen to that and that’s fine. She’s got to do what she’s got to do,” Trump said. “I think it could have been negotiated in a different manner, frankly. I hate to see everything being ripped apart right now,” he said. He said both sides are very “cemented in” and he called it a “tough situation” and a “shame.”Looking to the Taoiseach, Trump said Brexit was “tearing countries apart” and added that he was surprised “how badly” it has gone since the UK referendum. As the clock ticks down, get all the best Brexit news and analysis in your inbox: Thursday 14 Mar 2019, 4:00 PM I’m surprised at how badly it has all gone from a stand point of negotiations but I gave the prime minister my ideas of how to negotiate it, she didn’t listen to that and that’s fine but it could have been negotiated in a different manner, frankly.Varadkar pushed the issue of an EU-US trade deal, but the US president launched a scathing attack on Europe stating that they have been very difficult to deal with. Short URLcenter_img Trump says he gave May advice on Brexit negotiations but she ‘didn’t listen’ to it Trump made his comments while speaking to reporters during his meeting with Varadkar in the Oval Office. It’s a very complex thing right now, it’s tearing a country apart, it’s actually tearing a lot of countries apart and it’s a shame it has to be that way but I think we will stay right in our lane. 36,212 Views US President Donald Trump speaking during a meeting with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar in the Oval Office. Image: Olivier Douliery/Sipa USA via PA Images Share607 Tweet Email 56 Comments US President Donald Trump speaking during a meeting with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar in the Oval Office. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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Deezer limite son offre gratuite

first_imgDeezer limite son offre gratuiteDésireux de développer son offre payante, le site de partage de musique Deezer a décidé de limiter l’écoute gratuite. Ce lundi 6 juin, le groupe a annoncé restreindre considérablement son offre non payante en la limitant à cinq heures d’écoute par mois.Alors qu’il se félicite d’avoir 1,2 million d’abonnés à son offre premium payante, Deezer a décidé “pour assurer la pérennité du service (…) de laisser toutes les fonctionnalités et toute la musique libres d’accès mais en revanche l’écoute gratuite est limitée à 5 heures par mois. La majorité d’entre vous ne sera pas concernée par cette restriction. Bien entendu, les abonnés Premium ne seront pas limités”, annonce le site d’écoute de musique en streaming sur son blog.À lire aussiLe baladeur : du walkman au MP3… 30 ans d’évolutionCité par le Journal du Net, le président de la société Axel Dauchez estime qu’il “faut encourager désormais les plus gros utilisateurs à passer au payant”. Après avoir intégré la publicité à son service d’écoute gratuite, Deezer suit la voie de son concurrent suédois Spotify, qui il y a quelques semaines a imposé des limitations du nombre d’écoutes gratuites offertes aux internautes (voir notre article).Toutefois la décision de Deezer ne satisfait pas toutes les maisons de disques. Après des mois de discussions, le site a opté pour une limitation en temps, faisant fi de l’opposition d’Universal qui “préfèrerait limiter à cinq le nombre d’écoutes par morceau”, explique Axel Dauchez. En outre, l’Adami, qui gère les droits des artistes-interprètes, n’est elle non plus pas convaincue par le choix de Deezer. “Imaginez qu’on limite l’écoute de la radio à quelques heures par mois. Les ventes de disques s’en trouveraient elles dopées ? Cette stratégie aura pour conséquence l’avènement d’une licence globale “privative” contrôlée par les producteurs phonographiques”, déplore l’organisme dans un communiqué. L’Adami réclame la mise en place d’une gestion collective des droits musicaux sur Internet, pour elle, “le seul moyen de partager équitablement la valeur du nouveau modèle économique de la musique”.Le 6 juin 2011 à 16:59 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

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These Are the Games You Should Check Out in January 2019

first_img A new year brings with it a fresh crop of new games to check out. January 2019 features an interesting mix of remakes, remasters, and new entries in long-running franchises. While January isn’t bursting at the seams with blockbuster titles, it has something for everyone. This is only the beginning of what should be another solid year of game releases.Resident Evil 2 RemakePlatforms: PC, PS4, Xbox OneRelease date: January 25The Resident Evil series is currently enjoying a new lease on life thanks to the excellent Resident Evil 7. As fantastic as that entry is, it never hurts to revisit the titles that made the series so legendary. To that end, Capcom is releasing Resident Evil 2 Remake. Unlike Resident Evil HD, this title is a complete remake of the original Resident Evil 2. Though it follows similar story beats, the modern graphics and third person perspective help make it feel like a new game. I’ve had the pleasure of playing two demos and I am eagerly anticipating playing through the finished product. Don’t let the “remake” moniker fool you, this is easily one of January’s must-play titles.Pre-order Resident Evil 2 Remake on AmazonKingdom Hearts IIIPlatforms: PS4, Xbox OneRelease date: January 29I think it’s safe to say Kingdom Hearts III is one of 2019’s most anticipated games. This makes sense considering how a large portion of the fanbase has waited its arrival for nearly 15 years. Like its predecessors, Kingdom Hearts III brings together beloved characters from Disney and Square-Enix franchises. It’s certainly an odd mix, but it somehow works. Even if you aren’t fully versed in the series’ labyrinthine plotline, you can still enjoy Kingdom Hearts III for its fun and varied gameplay. Based on what I’ve played, it should be enjoyable for both veterans and newcomers.Pre-order Kingdom Hearts III on AmazonTravis Strikes Again: No More HeroesPlatforms: SwitchRelease date: January 18One of the biggest surprises to come out of the Nintendo Switch reveal event was Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. After all, it has been many many years since we’ve had a new No More Heroes game. This new installment serves as a sort of reboot of the franchise and isn’t directly tied to past entries. That’s good news for folks like myself who have never visited the No More Heroes universe. If you’re a Switch owner, this is definitely a game you’ll want to check out.Pre-order Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes on AmazonNew Super Mario Bros. U DeluxePlatforms: SwitchRelease date: January 11I think it’s pretty awesome how Nintendo Switch is getting ports of some of the best Wii U games. Many people (such as myself) never even looked at Nintendo’s ill-fated system and therefore missed out on some true gems. This month, Switch is getting New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe. Much like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, this is an enhanced version of the original, featuring updated graphics and extra content. I really enjoyed the 3DS entry so I’m totally looking forward to checking out New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe.Pre-order New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe on AmazonThe Walking Dead: The Final Season Episode 3Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox OneRelease date: January 15The Walking Dead: The Final Season Episode 3 almost never came into existence following the massive layoffs over at Telltale Games. Thankfully, Skybound Entertainment (the owner of The Walking Dead) announced it would complete the final installment of the celebrated Telltale series. If you’ve been following these games for a while, this entry serves as a wrap up for the entire franchise. It could also be the last Telltale game we see for some time. It’ll be interesting to see if folks can judge the game on its own merits instead of focusing on the drama surrounding it.Pre-order The Walking Dead: The Final Season Episode 3 on AmazonOnimusha: WarlordsPlatforms: PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox OneRelease date: January 15Capcom has done a superb job of re-releasing its classic games in recent years and that isn’t stopping in 2019. Longtime devotes are no doubt happy to see an HD version of Onimusha: Warlords. Though lauded at the time of its release, it seems all but the most hardcore have forgotten about Onimusha. Perhaps this HD remaster signals a new entry on the horizon? It’s hard to tell at the moment, but either way, it’s good to see Capcom continuing to please its fanbase with such releases. And hey, considering the slew of samurai based titles dropping this year (Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Nioh 2, Samurai Shodown, Ghosts of Tsushima), Onimusha: Warlords is coming out at the perfect time.Pre-order Onimusha: Warlords on AmazonTales of Vesperia: Definitive EditionPlatforms: PC, PS4, Xbox OneRelease date: January 11Those looking to get their JRPG fix this month should look no further than Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition. This updated version features enhanced graphics, additional cutscenes, and a new character. Tales of Vesperia was originally an Xbox 360 exclusive in the West so it’s great to see it come out on other platforms. Tales of games are somewhat more accessible than most JRPGs, making this a great entry for those unfamiliar with the genre. We’ve strangely not had a new Tales of title in a few years so this should hold fans over until a brand-new release.Pre-order Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition on AmazonAce Combat 7: Skies UnknownPlatforms: PS4, Xbox OneRelease date: January 18The Ace Combat franchise never gets a whole lot of media attention. However, considering the series is now seven games deep, it must be doing something right. Ace Combat 7 is more of what fans have come to expect; mainly a deep war story and tight flight controls. What makes this entry unique is its VR support. This means players can live out their Top Gun fantasies like never before. Expect Ace Combat 7 to release on Steam on February 1.Pre-order Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown on AmazonTropico 6Platforms: PC, PS4Release date: January 25Like Ace Combat, Tropico is another long-running franchise that’s mostly gone under the radar of the larger gaming public. As with previous installments, Tropico 6 lets players build their own tropical nation from scratch. They can choose to rule justly or tyrannically. If you’re a fan of SimCity or Civilization, Tropico should be right up your alley.Pre-order Tropico 6 on AmazonMore on Geek.comMost Exciting Video Games of 2019Hopefully Alien: Blackout Isn’t the Next Diablo ImmortalBest Video Games of 2018 Sorry, You Can’t Date Keanu Reeves in ‘Cyberpunk 2077”Star Wars Pinball’ Has Your Favorite Brand in Ball Form Stay on targetlast_img read more

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Suspect in custody at NE Portland Fred Meyer after weapon call

first_imgPORTLAND — Police say a suspect has been taken into custody at a Northeast Portland Fred Meyer store where a person reportedly was holed up with a weapon.The Portland Police Bureau said a special emergency reaction team and the crisis team were sent to the store Thursday afternoon to help officers with the person in the store.Employees told The Oregonian/OregonLive they didn’t see or hear any commotion but were told to leave.Portland Officer Carlos Ibarra says officers had responded around noon to a Kohl’s store after someone reported the man pulled out a handgun when a worker confronted him about the theft of merchandise. Ibarra says officers tried to arrest the man while he was near the Fred Meyer, but then he ran inside.Police said at about 4:50 p.m. that the person had been taken into custody.last_img read more

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Debate delayed

first_img Related Items:hoa delayed Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, October 5, 2016 – House of Assembly was due to have met today into Friday, it is unclear if Government business in Parliament will resume tomorrow. last_img

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Bringing science home In St Paul a former student becomes the teacher

first_imgThe Pribilof Islands in the Bering Sea are a magnet for scientists who come to study everything from fur seals to migratory birds. When they leave, that research often leaves with them.Listen Now Dallas Roberts shares lettuce from St. Paul’s greenhouse with students. (Photo by Zoë Sobel, Alaska’s Energy Desk – Unalaska)But for the last nine years, the local tribe has found a way to bring it back home. Each fall, a group of scientists return — not to do research, but to share its findings with the students of Saint Paul and Saint George Islands.For the first time this year, a former student is now a teacher.Nineteen-year-old Dallas Roberts is in Saint Paul’s greenhouse. It’s a couple of rooms in the basement of the island’s grocery store, lined with trays of plants under bright red and blue lights. He’s surrounded by a gaggle of second and third graders.Roberts is teaching them how a greenhouse works. It’s part of Bering Sea Days. Since 2008, the Pribilof School District has blown out a week of classes to focus on science from the region.Roberts grew up in Saint Paul. He graduated from the high school last year, and he has fond memories of going through Bering Sea Days as a student.“I thought it was a blast throughout my whole high school career,” said Roberts. “I think we were all excited to get out of school work for a week.”Roberts has worked for the local tribe — the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island — since high school. After a year of college, he decided to come back.“I don’t see myself doing anything different right now,” he said. “I mean the greenhouse is a part of me that I can’t easily give up.”That’s what Aquilina Lestenkof likes to hear. Lestenkof helped create the program. She hoped to get more kids interested in working in environmental fields on behalf of the community. Creating teachers like Roberts is ultimately her biggest goal.“When you build people that can speak about environment, that’s one thing,” said Lestenkof. “When you build people who can teach about the environment, that’s a whole other ball game.”As a teacher, Roberts joins scientists from across the country. Program organizer Lauren Divine says Bering Sea Days exposes kids to things they would never learn in a traditional classroom — like rearticulating baby orca skeletons or the chemistry of sea ice — and connects students to their changing environment.“People are coming in who have studied something specific to St. Paul, Alaska, the Bering Sea, or the Arctic,” said Divine. “Even though the students are in a region where they can see climate change happening, it’s not something they would be exposed to in a traditional science setting.”The goal is to make sure that some of the research happening in the Pribilofs is shared with the people who live there — maybe even inspiring the next generation of scientists.When Roberts decided to come back to the community, he worked out a deal with Divine: If he took online classes, he could work for the tribe’s Environmental Conservation Office.He says Bering Sea Days applies science to daily island life, like the annual fur seal harvest.“I grew up doing the seal harvest,” he said. “So learning a different side — not just harvesting them, but learning about their whole body — it’s important for our community to know what the seals eat and how certain climates affect them. Because right now, they’re declining, and I think that hurts us.”He never imagined that he’d be back as a teacher, but now that’s his favorite part.“It was amazing to teach younger kids about the greenhouse,” he said. “Even if I didn’t know all the answers, I answered them to the best of what I know.”And he’s keeping an eye out for students who might follow his footsteps and become teachers themselves.last_img read more

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Indonesia Airline plagued by safety concerns

first_imgA worker assists his colleague as an turbine engine of Lion Air flight JT610 is lifted up at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta. Photo: ReutersIn April 2013, a Lion Air Boeing 737 missed the runway on the Indonesian resort island of Bali in bad weather and ploughed into the sea, cracking its fuselage open on the rocks.All 108 on board survived. But a September 2014 report by Indonesia’s air crash investigators highlighted errors and poor training, saying the 24-year-old co-pilot had failed to adhere to the “basic principles of jet aircraft flying.”Lion Air, struggling to get off a European Union blacklist because of “unaddressed safety concerns,” asked Airbus, which supplies part of its fleet, to help improve training.The EU removed the privately owned budget airline from the list in 2016 after it determined Lion Air met international safety standards. None of Indonesia’s roughly 100 airlines – most of them tiny – remain on the EU blacklist, with the last few coming off in June. All were banned in 2007; the national carrier, Garuda Indonesia, was the first to be removed in 2009.The crash of a Lion Air jet on Oct. 29 into the sea off Jakarta has put a spotlight back on the airline’s safety record, although the cause remains undetermined. None of the aircraft’s 189 passengers and crew survived.Lion Air’s latest crisis illustrates the challenge relatively new carriers face as they try to keep pace with unstoppable demand for air travel in developing nations while striving for standards that mature markets took decades to reach.Retired air force chief of staff Chappy Hakim, an adviser to the transport ministry, told Reuters he avoided flying with Lion Air or other Indonesian airlines, with the exception of Garuda, which has not had a fatal crash since 2007.“I know Garuda,” he said of the national carrier. “The other airlines, I don’t believe they do the maintenance and training properly.” He declined to elaborate further.Lion Air Managing Director Daniel Putut disputed any laxity in the airline’s safety culture, stressing that it conducted maintenance in accordance with manufacturer guidelines.The Directorate General of Civil Aviation, the Indonesian aviation authority, did not respond to multiple requests for comment about Lion Air’s safety record.Putut, a former pilot, also told Reuters during a visit to the airline’s training centre near the Jakarta airport that it complied with all regulatory requirements.He said Lion Air had worked hard to install an attitude of “zero tolerance” for accidents after the Bali crash, making last week’s disaster a painful eye-opener. Thousands of Lion Air flights have taken off and landed without serious incident since then.“We are also looking into what went wrong – new aircraft, experienced crews, and we have applied the zero-tolerance culture, yet another accident happened,” Putut said. “But we still don’t know the cause, so we will wait for the investigation from NTSC (National Transportation Safety Committee).”SAFETY CULTUREFrank Caron, head of a risk consulting firm who served as Lion Air’s safety manager from 2009 to 2011 after insurance companies requested a foreign expert, said that at the time he was troubled by what he regarded as the airline’s attitude that accidents were inevitable.“Safety is much more than running concepts and procedures,” he said. “Safety is a spirit, a state of mind, a way of thinking, an attitude in the daily aspects of an operational life. And that is precisely what Lion never got. They would say, ‘The airline has 250 flights a day, it is not abnormal that you have accidents.’”For example, after the 2013 Bali crash, Lion Air co-founder Rusdi Kirana told local media who asked about the airline’s safety record: “If we are seen to have many accidents, it’s because of our frequency of flights.”Caron claimed he left Lion Air after some of his safety recommendations were not implemented. Lion Air’s chief executive declined to comment on Caron’s account of his departure or his other assertions.Indonesian accident investigators made four recommendations after the Bali crash, including that Lion Air should “ensure that all pilots must be competent in hand flying” and teach proper cockpit coordination.They also urged the aviation authority to ensure all airlines under its control did the same.Putut said Lion Air embraced those recommendations.Between the Bali crash and the one last week, Lion Air had three non-fatal accidents, including one in April in which a 737 skidded off a runway, according to Flight Safety Foundation’s Aviation Safety Network database.Since it began operating 18 years ago, Lion Air has seen a total of eight planes damaged beyond repair in accidents, two of which killed a combined 214 people, according to the Aviation Safety Network database.During the same period, five jets from its chief rival, the national carrier Garuda Indonesia, were damaged beyond repair, and two accidents killed a combined 22 people, according to the database. Garuda declined to comment about its safety record.Since the 2013 Bali crash, Lion Air has sought to improve safety by gaining European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certification for its pilot training and maintenance facilities.EASA certifies its training centre to instruct other airlines’ pilots on A320 simulators and is seeking the same approvals for 737 jets and ATR72 turboprops, said Audy L Punuh, Lion Air’s Angkasa Pilot Training Organisation Director.RAPID GROWTHLion Air has expanded quickly since it started flying in 2000, overtaking national carrier Garuda by capturing more than half of the domestic market and establishing offshoots in Thailand and Malaysia.It has ridden a wave of aviation growth in Indonesia, where air travel has become critical for the economy.Domestic air traffic more than tripled in Indonesia over the past decade as prosperity and low fares made flying affordable for more people.With 129 million passengers in 2017, the Southeast Asian country was already the world’s 10th-largest aviation market and is projected to continue growing.That growth has been accompanied by an air-accident rate that was twice the global average in 2017 and consistently higher than Indonesia’s neighbours in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, according to the United Nations’ aviation agency.Indonesian pilots are allowed to fly a maximum of 110 hours a month, which is more than the 100 hours in most other countries.Last year seven commercial planes were damaged beyond repair around the world, according to Boeing data; two were in Indonesia, wrecked in non-fatal accidents involving Sriwijaya Air and Tri M.G. Airlines.LATEST CRASHFlight JT610 took off from Jakarta at 6:20 a.m. on Oct. 29, bound for Bangka island, off Sumatra, and plunged into the sea 13 minutes later. Just before the crash, the pilot asked to return to the airport.The aircraft flew erratically on its previous flight and its airspeed readings were unreliable, according to an accident investigator and a flight tracking website.Investigators on Monday said the flight data recorder from the downed jet showed an airspeed indicator had been damaged during its final four flights, raising questions about maintenance and mechanical problems.Boeing said on Wednesday it had issued a bulletin to airlines reminding pilots about what it described as existing procedures for handling erroneous data from sensors.The Federal Aviation Administration later issued a directive calling for revisions to “operating procedures of the airplane flight manual.”It is too early for regulators to decide whether to reconsider the decision to remove Lion Air from the EU blacklist, EU Ambassador to Indonesia Vincent Guerend told Reuters.“The European Commission continues to monitor the situation on a regular basis,” he said. “It is still too early to have any conclusive views on the causes of the accident.”last_img read more

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Godwin Yes THAT Godwin No You Can Totally Call These Guys Nazis

first_img Elizabeth Warren Reveals $85 Billion Public Broadband PlanCan You Shoot 30-50 Feral Hogs in This Browser Game? Stay on target If you’ve been on any message board, you’ve heard of Godwin’s Law: “As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches one.” It was coined in the 1990s, epochs before Twitter and Facebook, back when Usenet was the big flame war battleground. It was even added to the Oxford English Dictionary.Godwin’s Law isn’t just an Internet meme that grew in the petri dish of newsgroups. It was created by Mike Godwin, a techno-lawyer. Well, a regular lawyer who’s worked for and with the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Open Source Initiative in the past. He’s also the author of Cyber Rights: Defending Free Speech in the Digital Age.For decades, Godwin’s Law has been an Internet adage as well-established and common as Rule 34. It’s also served as shorthand for a declaration that an argument has gone too far and hyperbolic rhetoric has been used to the extent that, well, someone’s been called a Nazi. It’s an argument-ender, a statement that the discussion has become so heated it isn’t anywhere close to what it was originally about. Instead, someone’s been called a Nazi, and it’s hard to go anywhere from there.AdChoices广告As of last night, that law has been ruled inapplicable when referring to the white supremacy movement, Neo-Nazis, and any other groups who marched in Charlottesville, VA as part of the “Unite the Right” demonstration. Godwin himself has ruled it in a tweet:By all means, compare these shitheads to Nazis. Again and again. I’m with you. It’s a fairly reasonable statement, because Charlottesville has shown that this country is now dealing with actual Nazis. Literal swastika-waving, Hitler-saluting, blood-and-soil-chanting Nazis. And no amount of rebranding or soft-selling will change the fact that Unite the Right had people waving Nazi flags and yelling about Jews. It’s pretty clear-cut.This isn’t the first time Godwin has informally amended his law. In 2015, as Donald Trump’s campaign was picking up, he wrote that it’s acceptable to call anyone a Nazi if you actually put the work and thought into justifying it:If you’re thoughtful about it and show some real awareness of history, go ahead and refer to Hitler or Nazis when you talk about Trump. Or any other politician. Again, that’s fair. Don’t just sling accusations of Nazism around. Actually, back it up with some thoughtful logic pointing out historical parallels of rhetoric and tactics. You know, like torch-waving white people shouting “Blood and soil” and waving Nazi flags.Now, with all of these reasonable stipulations for calling people Nazis out of the way, we should point out that Godwin’s Law isn’t an actual law. It’s an Internet adage, and while it can certainly be observed often it is only as official as Rule 34. It isn’t something officially codified, enforced, or scientifically proven or anything else that makes it an actual “law.”It also isn’t a moral judgment. Godwin’s Law is an observation, a tongue-in-cheek note that someone’s going to be called a Nazi if you argue for long enough. The law itself doesn’t actually declare the argument to be over or even call it incorrect. You should, of course, be thoughtful when accusing anyone of anything horrible, but that goes beyond Godwin’s Law. That’s just about being halfway decent.But this is where we are. 25 years ago, getting called a Nazi meant someone really hated your Next Generation fanfic. The idea of a “Unite the Right” movement bringing hundreds of people with torches marching on college campuses while waving Nazi flags and chanting Nazi chants was ridiculous. But now it’s become a reality, and Godwin’s Law says you can totally call them Nazis.And if you march alongside them, or refuse to condemn them for their Nazi bullshit, you might get accused of being a Nazi, too. Because at some point in this lurch towards goose-stepping and seig heiling you could have put your foot down and explicitly kicked these Nazis out of the circles you run in, or left those circles yourself.last_img read more

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No Mans Sky August delay confirmed following death threats

first_imgLast week a rumor started to spread online that the highly-anticipated adventure survival game No Man’s Sky was going to suffer a launch delay. The June 21 release date was being covered up in GameStop stores with “coming soon” stickers, and Sony along with developer Hello Games weren’t saying anything. The rumor suggested a one or two month delay at most.Sure enough, the rumor was true. No Man’s Sky will now be launching on August 9 in the US (August 10 across Europe, and August 12 in the UK). The reason for the delay is one of polish. Sean Murray, founder of Hello Games, explained that the team needed the extra time because, “some key moments needed extra polish to bring them up to our standards.” Sean acknowledges the news will be disappointing to many gamers, but also points to the fact he is part of a tiny team creating a game on a scale few have attempted before.In the grand scheme of things waiting an extra couple of months for a game isn’t something to get too upset about. Even so, Sean admitted on Twitter that he’s received death threats over the delay.I have received loads of death threats this week, but don’t worry, Hello Games now looks like the house from Home Alone #pillowfort— Sean Murray (@NoMansSky) May 28, 2016This is ridiculous.Sean has clearly taken the threats lightly, as he should, but I think this is more a reflection of the false sense of anonymity the Internet offers people upset about a thing not happening. It shouldn’t happen, but we all know it will and that the large majority of these threats are a case of an upset individual being presented with an opportunity to comment before their brain catches up.No Man’s Sky continues to look like an incredibly ambitious and exciting project, and if it delivers on both those fronts come August 9, will leave people wanting to hug rather than hurt Sean Murray.last_img read more

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Negative social media behaviours may indicate depression

first_imgNegative social media behaviours, such as comparing oneself to others or spending too much time scrolling through Facebook or Instagram, may indicate major depressive disorder, a study has found. The study, published in the Journal of Applied Biobehavioural Research, showed that certain social media factors were linked with major depressive disorder (MDD) in a study of millennials. In the study of 504 millennials who actively use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat, individuals who met the criteria for MDD scored higher on the Social Media Addiction scale were more likely to compare themselves to others better off than they were. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThey also indicated that they would be more bothered by being tagged in unflattering pictures and were less likely to post pictures of themselves along with other people “While this study highlights social media behaviours that are associated with major depression, it is important to recognise that social media use can offer many positive benefits, including fostering social support,” said Krista Howard, of Texas State University in the US. “The key is for individuals to develop an awareness of how they currently use social media and to determine what changes could be made in their social media use to reduce the behaviours associated with psychological distress,” Howard said. “Some changes could include reducing the time spent on social media, unfollowing individuals or groups that cause distress, or limiting online social comparisons,” she said.last_img read more

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first_img Technology | Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) | July 05, 2017 Varian Receives FDA 510k Clearance for Halcyon Treatment System Varian Medical Systems has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance for the Halcyon system,… read more News | Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) | October 25, 2017 UZ Leuven Treats First European Patient on Varian Halcyon Cancer Treatment System Varian recently announced an 80-year-old male with head and neck cancer became the first patient in Europe to be… read more News | Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) | September 29, 2016 Cervical and Endometrial Cancer Patients Report Fewer Side Effects with IMRT Patients with cervical and endometrial cancer have fewer gastrointestinal and genitourinary side effects and experience… read more Technology | Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) | April 24, 2019 Accuray Launches Synchrony Motion Tracking and Correction Technology for Radixact System Accuray announced the launch of its Synchrony motion tracking and correction technology to be used with the Radixact… read more News | Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) | June 20, 2017 IUCT Oncopole Installs First Radixact Radiotherapy System in France Accuray Inc. announced that the University Cancer Institute of Toulouse Oncopole (IUCT Oncopole) in Toulouse, France,… read more News | Radiation Therapy | March 26, 2018 Women Report Fewer Adverse Side Effects From Partial or Reduced Breast Radiotherapy March 26, 2018 — Radiotherapy treatment… read more News | Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) | October 31, 2018 Hypofractionated Radiation Provides Same Prostate Cancer Outcomes as Conventional Radiation An analysis led by researchers at Philadelphia’s Fox Chase Cancer Center found treating localized prostate cancer with… read more Related Content News | Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) | July 03, 2017 First New York Metropolitan Hospital Treats Cancer Patients With Accuray Radixact System Accuray Inc. and Montefiore Einstein Center for Cancer Care (MECCC), part of the Montefiore Health System (MHS),… read more News | Radiation Oncology | February 01, 2018 ​ITN Celebrates World Cancer Day 2018 World Cancer Day takes place annually on Feb. read more News | October 05, 2008 Syracuse Radiation Oncology Adopts RapidArc October 6, 2008 – Doctors in Syracuse, NY, have deployed RapidArc radiotherapy technology from Varian Medical Systems. A new weapon in the fight against cancer, RapidArc delivers a precise image-guided IMRT treatment in two minutes or less, which is two to eight times faster than was previously possible with conventional IMRT, said Varian.A 70-year-old prostate cancer patient was the first person to begin a course of RapidArc treatments at Syracuse Radiation Oncology, an early adopter and the one of the first sites in upstate New York to offer this form of treatment. Each of his daily treatments is taking just under two minutes to deliver. “Compared with a traditional IMRT approach, we’re finding that a RapidArc treatment is noticeably faster to deliver,” said Neil Mariados, M.D., radiation oncologist, Syracuse Radiation Oncology. “A shorter treatment time means that patients spend less time holding still, and we believe this has the potential to improve treatment accuracy as the targeted tumor is less likely to shift position during a shorter treatment. Because RapidArc provides the accuracy we demand in a patient’s radiotherapy, but in a shorter time frame, we are able to provide exceptional care to each of them.”For more information: FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Proton Therapy | July 30, 2018 IBA Completes Installation of Two Proteus One Proton Therapy Systems in Japan IBA (Ion Beam Applications S.A.) announced that they completed the first two installations of the Proteus One proton… read more last_img read more

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How to make money by protecting forests

first_imgNo related posts. For more about Fonafifo’s programs, see: Facebook Comments From the print editionSANTA MARÍA DE DOTA, San José – Thick forests cover the hillsides of César Vindas’ property. Down the hill a small area of land is cleared for trout ponds, plum orchards and dairy pastures. The remaining 105 hectares are filled with trees the Costa Rican government pays him to maintain.Many residents go the extra mile in Costa Rica to decrease their carbon footprint by recycling or shopping locally, but in the end, to live in today’s world, harmful greenhouse gases will be produced.Trying to make good on Costa Rica’s goal to become carbon neutral by 2021 is the National Fund for Financing Forestry (Fonafifo). Fonafifo is the country’s leading carbon offset provider, creating the means for the country to target carbon neutrality. The organization operates numerous projects to protect and expand the country’s forests, thus increasing carbon sequestration to prevent carbon dioxide from escaping into the atmosphere. The Environmental Services Payment program (PSA) pays landowners $64 per hectare per year to maintain forests. Other programs reimburse farmers to protect water sources on their land or reforest areas that have been cleared.Vindas purchased his farm in Santa María de Dota, a coffee town in Los Santos region in southern Costa Rica, 28 years ago. He built his home from the ground up, living for many years without electricity while he worked on his house and weathered the ups and downs of good and bad harvests. Today, he has a beautiful farmhouse full of his wife’s flowering plants, with temperamental trout ponds nearby. His son lives next door and is starting a pig farm.“This is a good program that has allowed us to keep this land forested,” Vindas said. “It’s part of our family. We hope to give a little back by protecting our trees and encouraging neighbors to do the same.”Seated around Vindas’ kitchen table, Fonafifo employees on a recent visit discuss the program’s progress.“More than 10,000 members are enrolled in the program, with properties ranging from two to 300 hectares,” said Jennifer Hernández, who manages PSA landowner contracts. “This covers 16.7 percent of the country’s territory.”The PSA program is funded by 3.5 percent of Costa Rica’s fuel tax, funding from the World Bank and smaller donations. Contracts to protect forests last 10 years and often are passed from generation to generation, she said.Hernández tells Vindas that with additional Fonafifo projects to protect water sources and reforest land, he could earn more funding.Another Fonafifo program to help Costa Rica advance towards carbon neutrality is EcoMarchamo. Based on the country’s marchamo, or vehicle circulation permit, the EcoMarchamo allows drivers to offset vehicle emissions by buying carbon offsets from the program. EcoMarchamo is available to individuals and companies, and costs approximately $12 a year per vehicle. They are available at Banco Nacional.Eric Smith, a Peace Corps volunteer staying on for a third year in Costa Rica to collaborate with Fonafifo, said companies and individuals should make efforts to reduce voluntarily carbon emissions.“This is how each person can define for themselves how they will be responsible for their emissions,” Smith said. “Otherwise the mandatory restrictions will continue to increase.”He also noted the country’s leading efforts to become carbon neutral: “Costa Rica is trying to write the book on how a country can become carbon neutral,” Smith said. “They have a lot of the pieces in place but are missing the leadership of the government to help pave the way.”For Costa Rica to reach its goal of becoming carbon neutral, he said it needs strong leadership, policies and incentives that create an environment of collaboration and investment. “Right now, large businesses are trying to lead the way, but the government has done little in creating the incentives to move transportation and the public sector in the right direction,” Smith said. “2021 is not that far off.”One way foreigners and tourists can participate during eco-inspired travels is a program called Fly Clean. During a round-trip flight from the United States to Costa Rica, two tons of carbon dioxide are released into the air per passenger. To compensate, travelers can purchase a Fly Clean certificate offsetting their emissions. Offsetting two tons of emissions costs only $10. Since Fly Clean was established in 2007, travelers have offset some 6,000 tons of emissions, according to Fonafifo.Back in the canton of Dota, Vindas’ son, also named César, said he would keep protecting the forest on his father’s property when it passes to him.“Every day there is more and more deforestation around the world,” he said. “Hopefully, if we work hard today there will be less of an environmental catastrophe facing our children.”He hopes his two kids will leave the area, get an education and return to the farm.“Everyone deserves clean air,” Vindas, Jr. said. “To get that, we have to protect the forests.”last_img read more

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Protests in Bangkok could get worse

first_imgParts of Bangkok were closed yesterday as anti-government protesters marched on government headquarters at a military base.At least 100,000 people dressed in red shirts demonstrated outside the base while shops and offices on the northern outskirts of Bangkok closed for the day.The demonstrators are demanding that the Thailand’s Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva dissolve parliament according to the Associated Press.However, Abhisit said on television that he would not give in to the Red Shirts.“Asking for the dissolution of Parliament before noon in exchange for a halt to the demonstrations, we all agreed it can’t be done,” “However, it doesn’t mean the government coalition parties and I won’t listen to their ideas.” The Red Shirts have since announced they will collect between two and 20 teaspoons of blood from each demonstrator, totalling around 1000 litres, to splash onto the headquarters. “If Abhisit wants to work in that place again, he’ll have to cross our blood,” Nattawut Saikua, one of the protest leaders, told his supporters, the New York Times reported. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: J.L <a href=”” target=”_blank”><img src=”;cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&amp;n=a5c63036″ border=”0″ alt=””></a>last_img read more

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Tourism Authority of Thailand conducts roadshows in Delhi and Amritsar

first_imgTourism Authority of Thailand organised its annual ‘Amazing Thailand Roadshow to India’ in New Delhi and Amritsar this year. The roadshow was held in New Delhi on July 26 followed by Amritsar on July 29.35 sellers including representatives of hotels, resorts, attractions, DMCs and airlines from Thailand participated in the roadshow to showcase and promote their products to the travel trade in both cities. Apart from travel agents and tour operators, the roadshow was attended by top wedding planners, travel media publications and local newspapers.The evening started with a B2B session between the sellers from Thailand and buyers from India that included the travel agents, tour operators and wedding planners from Delhi and Amritsar respectively. This was followed by a destination presentation by Isra Stapanaseth, Director, Tourism Authority of Thailand – New Delhi. The presentation focussed on promoting new destinations, products and experiences in Thailand for the Indian travellers.The delegation from Thailand was led by Charun Ohnmee, Deputy Governor for Policy and Planning, Tourism Authority of Thailand. Talking about the roadshow, Ohnmee said, “We are delighted to organise the Amazing Thailand Roadshow to India 2019, in the capital city of New Delhi and take it forward to the Holy City of Amritsar. Thailand is already a very popular holiday and wedding celebration destination for people from North India. Thailand has welcomed around 978,751 Indians to Thailand from January to June 2019, which is a remarkable increase of 24% as compared to the same period last year. With the support of the Indian travel trade and media, we are confident of reaching our target of 2 million Indian tourists to Thailand by the end of 2019.”last_img read more

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Credit Crisis Paved Way for Trump Sanders

first_img Bernie Sanders Credit Crisis Donald Trump 2016-04-04 Staff Writer April 4, 2016 564 Views in Daily Dose, Government, Headlines, News Credit Crisis Paved Way for Trump, Sanderscenter_img During the recession, Americans lost homes, jobs, wealth, and their credit lifeline, a tragedy that many are still struggling with three elections later. However, this loss of credit and theme of indebtedness play an important role in the political story.According to a report from Bloomberg Markets by Sarah McGregor and  Victoria Stilwell, “For households before the crash, borrowing made good times better and hard times bearable. It held out the promise of a step up, even for the millions of working-class Americans whose wages had stalled. Paying down debt after 2008 had the exact opposite effect, amplifying the hurt and anger—and sapping the recovery.”The article said that retrenchment came in two main varieties: by choice and by force. “Some borrowers, seeing the devastation around them, scrounged up the cash to reduce debt. Others went bust and saw their homes go into foreclosure, or lost access to credit as banks clamped down,” the authors wrote.Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders have both implemented a sentiment in their campaigns that appeals to “blue-collar—and highly indebted Americans with an “I understand your anger” type of message,” the report explained.Sherle Schwenninger, co-author of a study of household borrowing by New America, a policy institute in Washington said, “Debt is a big part of the political story.”While housing policy has mostly been a taboo in this presidential race, many candidates have instead chosen to address Wall Street reform.Sen. Sanders, in particular, has been very adamant about Wall Street reform and “Too-big-to-fail” throughout his campaign trail.Earlier this year he stated in a speech, “We can no longer tolerate an economy and a political system that has been rigged by Wall Street to benefit the wealthiest Americans in this country at the expense of everyone else. I’ll rein in Wall Street behavior, so they can’t crash our economy again. Will they like me? No. Will they begin to play by the rules if I’m president? You better believe it.”He added, “Greed, fraud, dishonesty and arrogance, these are the words that best describe the reality of Wall Street today. So, to those on Wall Street who may be listening today, let me be very clear. Greed is not good. In fact, the greed of Wall Street and corporate America is destroying the fabric of our nation. And, here is a New Year’s Resolution that I will keep if elected president. If you do not end your greed, we will end it for you.” Sharelast_img read more

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