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Summer Vector Eradication Drive Begins June

first_img The Ministry of Health is to begin its Summer 2018 vector eradication and education initiative in June, under its Enhanced Vector Control Programme.The first phase will see 400 temporary workers being deployed across the island to assist in stemming the seasonal increase in mosquito prevalence, which begins annually towards the end of Summer.“This increase usually starts in September and runs through to around February of the following year. The best way to combat this is to begin the necessary prevention at least three months before this,” explained Medical Entomologist in the Ministry of Health, Sherine Huntley Jones.She noted that 1,000 temporary persons will participate in the programme and will be deployed on a phased basis across the island.“These individuals come from a pool of persons trained in 2016 in vector control. Those individuals who have moved on from the programme are replaced by new trainees introduced into the system via the HOPE Programme,” Mrs. Huntley Jones said.The key functions of these individuals will include the identification and destruction of mosquito breeding sites, especially in general spaces in communities, and disseminating useful information regarding vector control.Workers in each phase of the programme will be engaged for a total of 12 weeks and are paid a stipend during this period.Mrs. Huntley Jones further noted that in addition to work that the temporary staff will carry out, the Ministry will also increase its fogging and larvaecidal activity to ensure the best possible outcome.“We also want to remind persons of their responsibility to monitor their surroundings and ensure that the conditions are not conducive to breeding. Like the theme for Caribbean Mosquito Awareness Week says, ‘Fight the bite, destroy mosquito breeding sites’,” emphasised Mrs. Huntley Jones. The Ministry of Health is to begin its Summer 2018 vector eradication and education initiative in June, under its Enhanced Vector Control Programme. “These individuals come from a pool of persons trained in 2016 in vector control. Those individuals who have moved on from the programme are replaced by new trainees introduced into the system via the HOPE Programme,” Mrs. Huntley Jones said. Story Highlights “This increase usually starts in September and runs through to around February of the following year. The best way to combat this is to begin the necessary prevention at least three months before this,” explained Medical Entomologist in the Ministry of Health, Sherine Huntley Jones. last_img read more

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Pork Producers Offered Funding

first_imgNova Scotia pork producers will receive one million dollars from the provincial government to help sustain them through an ongoing decline in market price, Agriculture and Fisheries Minister Chris d’Entremont said today, Nov. 22. The program will be administered through Pork Nova Scotia and its loan program. “The pork industry has been working on a strategic plan for long-term sustainability. This funding will help producers through this tough financial period while they plan for the future,” said Mr. d’Entremont. “We have committed one million dollars. Because pork pricing is cyclical, it was important that the industry choose the best mechanism for delivering the funding to producers.” Pork prices have been below the cost of production for several years. The board of Pork Nova Scotia will use the province’s non-repayable funding to increase the group’s ability to provide loans to producers. “We are pleased that the minister has provided this funding solution for the hog producers,” said Herman Berfelo, chair of the commodity board, Pork Nova Scotia. “Pork Nova Scotia agrees that the best way to disperse this funding is to provide it through our established loan program. Because producers know and understand the Nova Scotia Hog Loan Support Program, it provides the most efficient way to get the money to producers.” Details regarding the funding and the Nova Scotia Hog Loan Support Program are available through Pork Nova Scotia.last_img read more

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Sujatas attempt to discover landscapes of rare variety

first_imgSujata Kar Saha has charted a new course in ‘discovering’ landscapes of rare variety and entwining with them various moods and emotions, with superb finesse.The strokes are free, with no lines to constrict them, yet one can feel the lines as well their edges. Colours have many shades, with variations ranging from vivid to subdued, while giving shape to a certain expression, mostly unearthing the joy of flight, and adventure. It is this adventurous nature of these painterly works, which attracts and engages us most. Also Read – An income drop can harm brainWe feel at times that vast vistas are being opened before us, under a clear vibrant sky, stretched to rugged terrains, plunging into shadowy chasms, sprawling wilderness that sit unfathomed, undisturbed. The forms and images speak to us intimately, by bringing the memories of the properties of nature, which we might have seen and felt at some point of time, yet now are face to face, with a nurturing quietude, a freshness and newness of their own. Also Read – Shallu Jindal honoured with Mahatma AwardSometimes these works remind us of an evening sky where many images, forms and colours are merging and emerging vociferously, and one is tempted to call them ‘skyscapes’, yet we know that these are not of vaporous nature, and this is their beauty, as by viewing them we can get an essence of their expression, their poetry, which is truly shifting each time to a new domain of visual and sensual experience, refusing to settle down at one ‘place’. No one can miss the velocity and movement suggested by vigorous strokes, assembling a certain texture in the process, giving each image and colour a great variance, to ponder over. Those who have seen the past works of Sujata, will take pleasure in these variances more, as her earlier palette was not so bold, and was not loaded with such a vivid and different variety of hues. To express herself she has chosen to be more carefree, spontaneous, this time with colours and forms alike. This time the palette and brush of Sujata have fire and ice both, signaling he turbulences one faces in a ‘flight’, and calms down when they are over. While viewing these works I was reminded of few lines from a poem by great Russian poet Boris Pasternak, titled ‘The Wind’ . “This is no blind and aimless rage, No urge to dare and defy; It is the anguished search for words, To sing to you a lullaby.”last_img read more

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Why worry if you have done no wrong says CM Fadnavis

first_imgMumbai: MNS president Raj Thackeray, who has received an Enforcement Directorate notice in the IL&FS case, need not worry if he had done no wrong, said Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday.Fadnavis said he learnt about the ED notice to Thackeray from the media. He warned the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) of “consequences” if it resorted to protests that inconvenienced the public. Speaking to reporters at his official residence ‘Varsha’ here, Fadnavis said, “I am as much aware of the ED notice to Raj as much as you (reporters) are. If he has done nothing wrong, he should not be afraid of such a notice.” On the MNS’ threat of organising street protests against what the party claimed was “political vendetta”, the CM said there was no need to create trouble for people. “There is no need to create problems for the people. If Raj has done nothing wrong, his party should not create problem for common people,” he said. “If they (MNS) engage in any untoward incident, they will face the consequences,” Fadnavis warned.last_img read more

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The HSUS Announces 31st Annual Genesis Award Winners

first_imgNetflix’s “The Ivory Game,” Rolling Stone’s “The Dog Factory,” and Chicago Tribune’s “The Price of Pork” head the line-up of 18 winners of the 31st Annual Genesis Awards, presented by The Humane Society of the United States.The HSUS’ Genesis Awards recognize outstanding individuals in the major news and entertainment media whose creativity and/or journalistic integrity have increased the public’s understanding of animal protection issues. Awards are given to individuals from the television, film, print, online and music industries, as well to those producing more specialized works.From documentaries highlighting the ivory trade and endangered gorillas to magazine and newspaper stories that reveal the scourge of pig farms and puppy mills, the 2017 Genesis Award winners serve as a reminder of the importance of all forms of media in helping expose animal protection issues.For more information, or to view or read the pieces in their entirety, click here.Below is the full list of winners of the 31st Genesis Awards for works aired or released in 2016.OUTSTANDING DOCUMENTARY FILMThe Ivory Game –A Netflix Original Documentaryproduced by Terra Mater Films and Vulcan Productions in association withMalaika Pictures and Appian WayDirected by Richard Ladkani & Kief DavidsonProduced by Walter KöhlerOUTSTANDING TV NEWS SERIESWRC-TV (NBC Washington) “Trouble on the tracks”Scott MacFarlane – ReporterRick Yarborough – ProducerJeff Piper – VideographerWOIO Cleveland 19, Multi-part series on crimes against police caninesSia Nyorkor – Multimedia JournalistCassandra Nist- Sr. ProducerOUTSTANDING TV NEWS FEATUREKTNV-TV (ABC Las Vegas)“Hunting the Hunters” and “Domestic Violence: When Pets become Pawns”Darcy Spears – ReporterKean Bauman – ProducerKris Oman, Oscar Palomo – Photo JournalistsOUTSTANDING TV COMMENTARYStreet Talk Commentary: Safari Club International – Las Vegas Now I-Team 8George Knapp – ReporterMatt Adams – Photographer/EditorOUSTANDING MORNING SHOWCBS Sunday Morning “A Dog’s Life”Martha Teichner – ReporterDavid Rothman – ProducerMike Levine – EditorOUTSTANDING TV DOCUMENTARIESExplorer: Battle for Virunga – National Geographic channelProducer/Director, Tony GerberExecutive Producers: Jeff Hasler, Brian Lovett, Jared Lipworth, Melissa Wood, Dave Snyder, Margaret EbrahimToucan Nation – Animal PlanetDirected by Paula HerediaProduced by Paula Heredia and Larry LavinExecutive producer for H/3 Foundation, Spencer B. Haber;Supervising producer for Animal Planet, Alexandra MossExecutive producer John Hoffman.OUTSTANDING TV DOCUMENTARY SERIESOcean Warriors – Animal PlanetExecutive Producers: Robert Redford, Paul G. Allen, Mark Benjamin, Marc Levin, Laura Michalchyshyn, Pagan Danielle Harleman, David Casey, Carole Tomko, Jody Gottlieb, Rocky Collins, Liz Bronstein;Co-Executive Producer: Jerry Decker;Supervising Producers: Patrick Keegan, Yoav Attias;Senior Producer: Christopher Bryson;Producers: Peter Schmuhl, Nicholas Burnett, Katie Carpenter, Adam Schleifer;Executive in Charge: Kara Rozansky;Directors: Mark Benjamin, Marc LevinOUSTANDING CHILDREN’S PROGRAMMINGThe HALO Effect “Purses for Primates” – Nickelodeon Executive Producers: Nick Cannon, Morgan Spurlock, Richard Arlook, Jeremy Chilnick,Matthew Galkin, Ethan Goldman and Michael GoldmanProducer: Erin GlassPRINTOUTSTANDING MAGAZINE FEATURE“The Dog Factory” By Paul Solotaroff – Rolling StoneOUTSTANDING OPINION“Second Thoughts of an Animal Researcher” by John P. Gluck – The New York TimesOUTSTANDING NEWSPAPER SERIES“The Price of Pork” – The Chicago TribuneInvestigative Reporters David Jackson and Gary MarxPhotographer/Videographer Stacey WescottResearch Assistant Madison HopkinsBRIGITTE BARDOT INTERNATIONAL AWARDSOUSTANDING INTERNATIONAL NEWS FEATURE“Tigerhandel trots Artenschutz” – ZDF GermanyKarl Ammann – ProducerOUSTANDING INTERNATIONAL ONLINE/PRINTThe Guardian (UK) multiple reports on elephant conservationEditorial team: Bibi van der Zee, Karl Mathiesen, Phil DaoustOUTSTANDING REPORTER OF THE YEARKarin Brulliard – The Washington PostSPECIAL RECOGNITIONDarryl Fears – The Washington PostOUTSTANDING SOCIAL MEDIAMiley Cyruslast_img read more

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UEFA to investigate Neymars VAR criticism after PSG defeat

first_imgParis: Paris St Germain forward Neymar will be investigated by UEFA for lashing out at the video assistant referee (VAR) system after their Champions League exit to Manchester United last week, European soccer’s governing body said on Wednesday. The Brazilian, sidelined by injury, was infuriated by a late penalty awarded to United in PSG’s last-16 second-leg defeat in Paris which saw them go out on away goals and Neymar later called the VAR system a “disgrace”. “A disciplinary investigation has been initiated based on Article 31(3) of the UEFA Disciplinary Regulations in connection with statements made by PSG player Neymar,” UEFA said. “Information in respect of this investigation will be made available in due course,” it added in the statement. United, who had lost the first leg at Old Trafford 2-0, were awarded a stoppage-time penalty for handball against Presnel Kimpembe after the referee consulted VAR. Marcus Rashford held his nerve to score and seal a 3-1 victory for United which was enough for the visitors to progress on away goals after the tie ended 3-3 on aggregate. Neymar missed both legs of the tie after injuring his foot in January.last_img read more

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Navy Coast Guard ships and copters NDRF teams deployed along east coast

first_imgNew Delhi: Navy and Coast Guard ships and helicopters, relief teams of the National Disaster Response Force have been deployed in strategic locations while Army and Air Force units have been put on standby as severe cyclonic storm ‘Fani’ is approaching towards India’s eastern coast, officials said.The National Crisis Management Committee (NCMC), the country’s top body to deal with emergency situations, met here Tuesday for the second time in as many days and reviewed the preparedness with the states and departments concerned of the central government to deal with the situation arising out of the cyclonic storm. “The Indian Coast Guard and the Indian Navy have deployed ships and helicopters for relief and rescue operations. The Indian Army and the Indian Air Force units in Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and West Bengal have also been put on standby,” a home ministry official said. Also Read – 2019 most peaceful festive season for J&K: Jitendra SinghThe NDRF is deploying 41 teams in Andhra Pradesh (eight teams), Odisha (28) and West Bengal (five teams) for prepositioning. In addition, the NDRF is keeping on standby 13 teams in West Bengal and 10 in Andhra Pradesh, the official said. A team of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) comprises about 45 personnel. A home ministry statement said based on the decision of the first meeting of the NCMC, headed by Cabinet Secretary P K Sinha, the central government has already released advance financial assistance of Rs 1,086 crore to Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and West Bengal to assist them in undertaking preventive and relief measures. States have issued advisories and are ensuring that fishermen do not venture into the sea. Also Read – Personal life needs to be respected: Cong on reports of Rahul’s visit abroadThe India Meteorological Department (IMD) has been issuing three hourly bulletins with latest forecast to all the states concerned. The home ministry is also in continuous touch with the state governments and the central agencies concerned. Reviewing the preparedness of the states and central agencies, the cabinet secretary directed that all necessary measures be taken to prevent any loss of life and to keep in readiness essential supplies including food, drinking water and medicines etc, the statement said. He also advised all concerned to make adequate preparations to ensure maintenance of essential services such as power, telecommunications in the event of damages caused to them. During the meeting, officers of all state governments concerned confirmed their preparedness to deal with any emerging situation arising out of the cyclonic storm. The IMD informed that the severe cyclonic storm ‘Fani’ lay centred this afternoon at about 800 kms south of Puri. According to the IMD, it is very likely to intensify further into an extremely severe cyclonic storm during next 24 hours and move northwestwards till May 1 evening and thereafter recurve north-northeastwards and reach Odisha coast by the afternoon of May 3. Ganjam, Gajapati, Khurda, Puri and Jagatsinghpur districts of Odisha, East and West Medinipur, South and North 24 Parganas, Howrah, Hoogly and Kolkata districts of West Bengal, and Srikakulam and Vijayanagram districts of Andhra Pradesh are likely to be affected according to present indications, the statement said. Chief secretaries and principal secretaries of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and West Bengal participated in the NCMC Meeting through video conference.last_img read more

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Ending rampant violence against women is everyones duty – UN official

Navi Pillay, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, cited recent UN figures which suggest that in some countries close to 60 per cent of women may be subjected to physical violence at least once in their lifetime.“Such figures, important though they are as a reminder of the shocking prevalence of the problem, risk numbing us to the damage each and every act of violence does to a girl or a woman. Numbers mask the personal pain of the individual,” Ms. Pillay said in a message to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, observed on 25 November.“Sixty per cent of a population of ten million women means six million individual private tragedies, physical and psychological scars, dysfunctional families, traumatized children. The numbers are of pandemic proportions – so large that, perversely, they distract us from the plight of the woman next door,” she said.She said that much can be accomplished against violence against women if everyone took it upon themselves to take action whenever they witness or are aware of a woman being subjected to any form of abuse.“When we hear the woman next door screaming, we can intervene, instead of turning to the wall and saying ”It”s their business, let them sort it out.” We can treat it like other crimes. Each and every one of us can make it clear it is not acceptable to leave it unpunished,” Ms. Pillay said.She said that although violence against women is being addressed by an increasing number of institutions, the measures being taken are not enough.“The international legal and policy framework for eliminating discrimination against women is well-developed, but there is a wide gulf between the standards set, and actual practice at the national and local level. States have the primary responsibility to protect their women, and in most cases are clearly not doing enough,” Ms. Pillay said.“We need more recruits, men as well as women, to turn the internationally accepted standards into reality, to hammer away at social, cultural and state acceptance of violence and discrimination until those huge numbers drop,” she said.In his message for the Day, Secretary-Ban Ki-moon urged the private sector to get more involved in efforts to end violence against women and girls.“Today is a call to action – action to eliminate Violence against Women,” he said. “More and more people realize that gender-based violence is everybody”s problem and that everybody is responsible for stopping it.”This year”s International Day focuses on promoting leadership by the corporate sector in ending gender-based violence, a theme Mr. Ban emphasized in his meeting on Tuesday with a number of business partners. He also used the occasion to highlight his “UNiTE to End Violence against Women” campaign.Launched in 2008, the campaign calls for all countries to put in place strong laws, action plans, preventive measures, data collection, and systematic efforts to address sexual violence by 2015.In Iraq, the day was marked with the launch the global “16 Days of Activism to End Violence against Women Campaign”, which runs from today through to 10 December, the International Day for Human Rights.In Erbil, Iraq”s Kurdistan Region, the campaign launch took place in the presence of Kurdistan Regional Government”s (KRG) Prime Minister, Barham Salih and the UN Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Iraq and Resident Coordinator, Christine McNab.“I hope the Kurdistan Parliament will soon adopt the draft law on eliminating violence against women and ban Female Genital Mutilation,” said Mr. Salih.Ms. McNab said: “Crimes against women occur every day in Iraq. Women have been shot, strangled, and beaten to death. In cities across Iraq, women are targeted for engaging in their professions, wearing clothes deemed inappropriate, or simply stepping out of their homes. Kidnappings, murder and rape are all too common in Iraq, and those responsible are rarely caught or brought to justice.”While violence has taken a heavy toll on the entire Iraqi society, women and girls remain the silent victims of the violence. One in five women in Iraq has suffered domestic physical violence. Some 14 percent of women who suffered physical violence were pregnant at the time and 33 per cent have suffered emotional violence as a result of insults, threats and public humiliation.In Afghanistan, the “16 Days of Activism to End Violence against Women Campaign” was launched in the presence of Inés Alberdi, the Executive Director of UN Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM), who commended the Afghan minister for women”s affairs for introducing a the new law to combat violence against women.She also lauded President Hamid Karzai”s clear message on the need to continue the fight to eradicate violence against women. 25 November 2010Violence against women continues on a large scale across the world, much of it hidden, ignored or silenced, says the top United Nations human rights official, stressing that no country has come close to eliminating the vice, while urging every member of society to act to stop it. read more

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Modi will not have formal talks during Sri Lanka visit

During the two-day trip, his second to Sri Lanka since becoming the Prime Minister, Modi will also visit Kandy in the Central Province, which is famous for production of Ceylon Tea.Panda said India’s ties with Sri Lanka have witnessed qualitative transformation in the last few years and both the countries are willing to strengthen and diversify the relationship further.“We feel our destinies are intertwined. We hope the Prime Minister’s visit will be able to provide further momentum in the ties between the two countries,” Panda said. Briefing reporters on Modi’s visit, Joint Secretary (Indian Ocean Region) in the External Affairs Ministry, Sanjay Panda said no formal talks have been scheduled, but Modi will be interacting with the Sri Lankan leaders.“We do not envisage any formal talks but he will be interacting with the leaders and review the relationship in its entirety. Nothing is specifically earmarked for discussion during the current visit,” he said. Modi had travelled to Sri Lanka in March, 2015. His visit to Sri Lanka comes close on the heels of a trip by his counterpart Ranil Wickremesinghe here. During that visit, the two countries had signed a pact to boost economic ties as Modi and Wickremesinghe discussed a range of bilateral issues and matters of mutual interest. The pact provided a framework to identify the infrastructure projects where India could invest. (Colombo Gazette) Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not have formal talks during his Sri Lanka visit, the Indian External Affairs Ministry said today.The Press Trust of India reported that Modi will embark on a two-day visit to Sri Lanka to attend the biggest Buddhist festival ‘Vesak Day’ as its chief guest. The ‘International Day of Vesak’ celebrations, to be held in Colombo from May 12 to 14, will include an International Buddhist Conference in which over 400 delegates from more than 100 countries will participate. Vesak, the most important day in the Buddhist calendar, marks the commemoration of Lord Buddha’s birth, enlightenment and passing away. read more

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JVP warns of man made disaster using aid

He said there is a concern the humanitarian aid will not reach all those in need and some of it may go into the wrong hands.Handunnetti said that several foreign Governments have promised aid to Sri Lanka, including financial assistance. The Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) today warned of the possibility of a man made disaster using humanitarian aid.JVP Parliamentarian Sunil Handunnetti told reporters today that the next disaster following the recent floods will be a disaster involving humanitarian aid. However the Parliamentarian questioned if there was a system in place to ensure money reaches the affected people. (Colombo Gazette)

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Record number of donors supported UN Population Fund in 2005

More countries contributed to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in 2005 than in any year since its establishment in 1969, bringing the number of donors supporting the reproductive health and women’s rights agency up to 171, compared to the 2004 record of 166. “We are extremely thankful for this overwhelming show of support from United Nations Member States,” said UNFPA Executive Director Thoraya Ahmed Obaid. “This is the clearest demonstration of their commitment to achieving universal access to reproductive health and ending discrimination against women as they resolved to do during the World Summit,” she added. At the World Summit in September 2005, leaders agreed to integrate access to reproductive health into national strategies designed to end poverty, reduce maternal death, promote gender equality and combat HIV/AIDS. Last year also marked a record for annual contributions earmarked to specific projects — a total of $142 million compared to $131 million in 2004. The number of donors committed to multi-year funding also rose, from 49 countries in 2004 to 55 countries in 2005. Contributions to the UNFPA regular resources last year were also the highest ever — increasing to some $350 million from the previous year’s level of $322 million. The top six donors in 2005 were the Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, the United Kingdom, Japan and Denmark, but every nation in Africa also pledged funds to the agency. “I hope that more and more countries come on board and that our regular income will continue to grow so that UNFPA can more effectively promote reproductive and sexual health and HIV prevention, particularly among adolescents,” Ms. Obaid said. read more

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David Attenborough says the BBC still needs white men explaining things to

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. Sir David Attenborough has said the BBC still needs “white men explaining things” in television programmes, after the editor of BBC Four said “the era of that has passed.”The Blue Planet presenter gently contradicted Cassian Harrison, who told the Edinburgh International Television Festival in August: “There’s a mode of programming that involves a presenter, usually white, middle-aged and male, standing on a hill and ‘telling you like it is.’“We all recognise the era of that has passed.”Newsnight’s Evan Davis asked: “I don’t know if you heard in August, Cassian Harrison, the editor of BBC Four, said the BBC no longer wants TV shows in which white, middle aged men stand up and explain things. I’m sure he didn’t have you in mind.”–– ADVERTISEMENT ––Chuckling, Sir David replied: “I’m sure he did, because that’s what I do.“I don’t think [those days have] passed, I personally think there’s a place for that sort of thing, Blue Planet got one of the biggest audiences of documentaries in a long time. On the other hand I suppose he might say there wasn’t a lot seen of you. Which is absolutely true and a very good thing.” The presenter said he thinks that experts are needed on television shows, to explain the topics clearly, adding: “But there are some things that you do require someone who knows about something, to tell you in terms which don’t have bogus illustrations they don’t try and pretend to explain something with a diagram that can’t be explained in that way.”Britain’s most-watched television show last year was Sir David’s Blue Planet II, with 14 million viewers.The BBC has pledged to make its programmes less male-heavy after being widely criticised for its pay report, in which most of the highest-earning stars were men.In April, the broadcaster promised to insist half of the expert voices heard on news and current affairs programmes are women by next year.By early 2019, the corporation aims to have an equal number of male and female expert contributors to topical shows, as it increases the number of women on air. This change is not limited to news programmes; yesterday the BBC announced that Zoe Ball would be the first female host of Radio 2’s breakfast show.The interview with Sir David was held to mark the release of his new book Life On Earth and he also discussed allegations of TV trickery in nature broadcasting.He told Evan Davis that captive animals are sometimes best used to illustrate the scientific points made. Sir David said if programmes illustrate their stories with “a polar bear that happened to have been born in a zoo, and you could never get that in the wild without risking the polar bear’s life or indeed your own – then that’s biology. That’s perfectly fair”. He said: “Some programmes set out to deceive and some do not. “Nonetheless, there is a lot of veracity involved in just having the picture there and it’s fair dues for someone to say, ‘OK if you say that’s going to happen, show me’.” read more

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Ranieri says Fulham will be saved

first_imgThe Italian manager believes his team will not get relegated to the English Championship and will maintain its spot in the Premier League.Out of 20 teams, Fulham FC is currently on 19th place in the English Premier League table.The team has only 14 points, three more than last place Huddersfield Town.But for Italian manager Claudio Ranieri, at the end of the season, the club will be saved.“No, I expected a very tough season for Fulham. Because when you grow up and arrive at the Premier League, it’s important to realize the tempo, the intensity, the quality of the players,” he told Sky Sports.Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedSolskjaer praises Harry Maguire after Man United’s 1-0 win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer singled out Harry Maguire for praise after helping Manchester United keep a clean sheet in their 1-0 win over Leicester City.“I hope now that in the last matches that there are we can do something good for the team.”“I am happy with this team, these lads because they train very well. Of course, you need a bit of luck to win some matches,” he added.“Last match [at Burnley] we lost the match without conceding a shot on target. It’s very, very bizarre, but we have to do something.”“I work a lot on how I want to exploit my players up front and of course I’d like more crosses for Mitrovic,” he commented.“In training sessions, it is easier and it is more difficult in the match. Also to give some support in a defensive way, not just the back three or back four, but the whole team has to understand the movement.”last_img read more

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County supervisors Kristin Gaspar and Nathan Fletcher argue over mental health services

first_img KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom Gaspar has been more interested in standing with Donald Trump than solving our regional mental health challenges. It is time to get the in-patient beds back on line. After a year of delays, denials and “discussions”, it is time to see a real plan that holds Tri City accountable.— Nathan Fletcher (@nathanfletcher) June 11, 2019 Posted: June 11, 2019 Updated: 11:11 PM 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) –  Tonight, county supervisors are arguing over who will get the credit for improving mental health services.There have been threats, deadlines, and dueling letters over how to improve the services in the North County, where one hospital stopped its services, and another will do the same in September.KUSI’s Steve Bosh has the story.center_img June 11, 2019 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter My response to Supervisor Fletcher’s 11th hour letter to Tri City Medical Center threatening legislative action. #SolutionsAbovePolitics pic.twitter.com/125ulPdiQL— Kristin Gaspar (@KristinDGaspar) June 11, 2019 County supervisors Kristin Gaspar and Nathan Fletcher argue over mental health serviceslast_img read more

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Space X explosion Congressman crowd surfing Coke stash at Coke factory Here

first_imgSpace X Falcon 9 launch explosion at Florida test facility.Check out the space x explosion over cape canaveral this morning! Radar is picking up the smoke plume. pic.twitter.com/7Oa4ta7ydc— Thomas Battle (@ThomasWTAP) September 1, 2016 Advertisement $56 million in cocaine found at French Coca-Cola factory.Coca-Cola workers accidentally found a huge shipment of cocaine https://t.co/4JuzYUeO4H pic.twitter.com/ah5px7VkmJ— Fortune (@FortuneMagazine) August 31, 2016 John Hinckley, Jr. release date is set for September 10.#Breaking: John Hinckley Jr. will leave a psychiatric hospital to live full-time in Virginia on September 10. https://t.co/SqcAimOtiJ— NBCWashington (@nbcwashington) September 1, 2016 It’s hard to hold your phone steady when it gets bumpy! #Hermine has lots of convection on its east side ? @lbucci45 pic.twitter.com/bURfaFDRFd— HRD/AOML/NOAA (@HRD_AOML_NOAA) September 1, 2016 Rep. John Lewis crowd surfed on Colbert. Animated short from David Lynch on creativity. Tropical Storm Hermine to hit Florida. Could be upgraded to Hurricane.#commerce RT NOAASatellites: This GOES East infrared imagery shows Tropical Storm #Hermine approaching Florida on … pic.twitter.com/9QTUr7Zu9H— E-Commerce (@Commerce_216) September 1, 2016 NASA says SpaceX was conducting a test firing of its unmanned rocket when the blast occurred Thursday morning. pic.twitter.com/Bc7kNiq6E0— WESH 2 News (@WESH) September 1, 2016last_img read more

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A50 closed due to serious collision in Derbyshire

first_img A Derbyshire Police spokesman said: “We are currently dealing with a serious collision on the A50 Eastbound between Junctions 2 and 1, the road is currently closed in this direction. “Westbound traffic is subject to delays and lane restrictions. Motorists are advised to avoid the area.” Police added diversions were in place and the road was likely to remain closed for much of the day. A spokesman said: “We have closed the A50 Eastbound between J2 A6 Derby and J1 Long Eaton due to a serious collision. Expect it to be closed until mid afternoon. Trapped traffic will be released when safe to do so. “Diversion via A6, A5111, A52, M1 J25.” An East Midlands Ambulancleek pe Service spokeswoman added: “We received a call at 6.39am on 22 November to the A50 Eastbound. The caller reported that there had been a road traffic collision involving a lorry. “We sent two paramedics in ambulance cars and two crewed ambulances to the scene.” Emergency services in the county have also closed Uttoxeter New Road after a collision involving a car and a pedestrian outside Royal Derby Hospital. A police spokesman said: “Uttoxeter New Road is closed from the junction with Kingsway and Manor Road – and the RDH roundabout has been closed to traffic. The sliproad from the A38 onto the Royal Derby Hospital roundabout is also closed. “Drivers are asked to avoid the area and local diversions are in place.” Want to keep up to date with the latest traffic and travel news?Each day Stoke-on-Trent Live journalists bring you the latest news on the roads and railways across Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire, South Cheshire and further afield to help keep you on the move. For the very latest updates on roads including the M6, A500, A50 and more, visit our dedicated traffic and travel news channel here. We also run a live news feed each weekday, which you can access on our website’s homepage from 7am to 9pm from Monday to Friday. And for more as-we-get-it updates on the roads across the region and beyond, join The Sentinel’s traffic and travel Facebook group here. Updates as we get them. Want to tell us about something going on where you live? Let us know – Tweet us @SOTLive or message us on our Facebook page . And if you have pictures to share, tag us on Instagram at StokeonTrentLive .10:45Another major road closed in Derbyshire after collision involving car and pedestrianA Derbyshire Police spokesman said: “We’re dealing with a collision between a pedestrian and a car outside Royal Derby Hospital. Uttoexeter New Road is closed from the junction with Kingsway and Manor Road, and the RDH roundabout has been closed to traffic. Diversions are in place, but please avoid the area.“The sliproad from the A38 onto the Royal Derby Hospital roundabout is also closed.”10:43Severe delays on busesThere are severe delays on bus services in the area as a result of the closure.09:57Ambulance Service commentAn East Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman said:We received a call at 6.39am on 22 November to the A50 Eastbound. The caller reported that there had been a road traffic collision involving a lorry. We sent two paramedics in ambulance cars and two crewed ambulances to the scene.” 09:09Highways England asking people to use other routesA spokesman said:A50 eastbound remains CLOSED from J2 – M1 this morning south of Derby, expected to stay closed till midday.. Long delay of at least 1 hour A50 eastbound from J3 (#A38) to J2 …. if you’re travelling towards please consider other routes .”08:50Collision investigators on sceneAn eyewitness has contacted StokeonTrentLive to say police collision investigators are at the scene.08:49Traffic backed up to UttoxeterEyewitnesses have told us traffic is backed up to Uttoxeter08:35Latest statement from Derbyshire PoliceA spokesman said:We’re dealing with a serious collision on the A50 eastbound between junctions 2 and 1. Please avoid the area as the road is currently closed in this direction and will be for some time. “07:53A50 to closed ‘until mid afternoon’A Derbyshire Police spokesman said:We have closed the A50 Eastbound between J2 A6 Derby and J1 Long Eaton due to a serious collision. Expect it to be closed until mid afternoon. Trapped traffic will be released when safe to do so. Diversion via A6, A5111, A52, M1 J25.” Punter found hiding in bushes Driver named following fatal collision The A50 is closed due to a ‘serious collision’ near Derby this morning. Diversions are in place on the eastbound dual carriageway – with the closure likely to affect motorists travelling from North Staffordshire into the East Midlands. A Highways England spokesman said: “The A50 in Derbyshire is closed eastbound between the A50 J2 (A6) and the M1 at J24A due to a serious incident with a response being led by Derbyshire Police. “Traffic may divert from the A50 junction 2, taking the A6 north towards Derby to the A52 junction. Proceeding onto the A52 eastbound will re-join traffic to the M1 at J25. “Road users are advised to expect delays in the area and should allow extra time for your journey.” The accident, which involves a lorry, took place shortly after 6.30am. Police are at the scene. 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Cigarettes or spark suspected in Taiwan fire that burned 498

first_img TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — Investigators in Taiwan were focusing Monday on the possibility that a cigarette butt or spark caused the blaze that burned 498 people, killing one, at a weekend water park party when colored powder sprayed from the stage caught fire.More than 400 people remained hospitalized, including 202 in serious condition, city officials said. A 20-year-old woman with burns to 90 percent of her body died after being taken off life support with her family’s consent, said a hospital spokeswoman, who spoke anonymously because she wasn’t authorized to speak publicly. Top Stories Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility “It was very messy and a lot of people fell over or got knocked down,” said Liang, 20, who is being treated for his burns in a Taipei hospital.Five victims were from Hong Kong, two from mainland China and one each from Japan, Malaysia and Singapore. Authorities were still checking on the nationalities of three other foreigners. More than 200 were students, Central News Agency said.Hong Kong is reviewing venues and other factors before it gives licenses to two local events similar to the water park party, Secretary Ko Wing-man said.A total of 498 people were injured by the fire, according to the latest statement from the city government’s health department. It said 202 were badly injured, 236 lightly or moderately injured, and 60 others were unclassified.___Associated Press writers Kelvin Chan in Hong Kong and Christopher Bodeen in Beijing contributed to this report.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Sponsored Stories Check your body, save your life Taiwan’s Central News Agency said her 12-year-old brother also had burns on 90 percent of his body.Police recommended criminal charges against the organizer of Saturday’s party, as well as two technicians, at the Formosa Fun Coast park in suburban Taipei.“It’s still not clear what happened, but there were a number of people smoking and the weather was warm,” New Taipei City news department head Lin Chieh-yu said. Temperatures around greater Taipei topped 36 degrees Celsius (96.8 F) before the party.The three tons of colored starch-based powder bought by the organizers from Tai Won, a seller in the island’s southern county of Yunlin, were flammable, said Chou Hui-fang, a representative of the seller. She said the buyer was informed about the risk of fire.“Whether it’s corn starch or flour starch, this kind of stuff, no matter how long it’s been around, if it’s in dense quantities and if it’s hot, it can catch fire,” Chou said. She said her 4-year-old company has been questioned by police and health officials but was not considered at fault.“We didn’t know what the buyers were going to do with it or how much they would use,” she said. “It might have been supplies for a whole year.” Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona Mesa family survives lightning strike to home New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies The difference between men and women when it comes to pain Police investigators inspect the stage area after an accidental explosion during a music concert at the Formosa Water Park in New Taipei City, Taiwan, early Sunday, June 28, 2015. A fire on a music stage spread into a crowd of spectators at a Saturday night party at a Taiwan water park, injuring more than 500 people, authorities said Sunday. (AP Photo) TAIWAN OUT Comments   Share   Taiwan Premier Mao Chi-kuo banned use of the powder at future private events. Colored powder is often thrown on revelers during the annual Holi celebrations in India and Nepal, a Hindu festival. The powder at Saturday’s party was made in Taiwan, Chou said.The water park was ordered to close after the fire.Taiwan police recommended charges of professional neglect and public endangerment for party organizer Lu Chung-chi, who was arrested but released on bail of 1 million Taiwan dollars (US$32,000) and restricted from leaving the island, a New Taipei City police spokesman said.Local media photos showed Lu kneeling on the ground to apologize, pledging to take full responsibility.Police also recommended charges for the stage hardware technician and the person responsible for shooting off the powder. Each was given bail of 300,000 Taiwan dollars. Officers questioned two others involved in the event but did not recommend charges, said Yan Bo-jen, news liaison for the local police precinct.Taiwan university student Liang Sheng-kai said flaming powder hit his legs, apparently catching fire after it was sprayed from a concert stage into the front row where he was standing.With the park’s water features several hundred meters (yards) away, too far to douse the fire or ease burns, people screamed and panicked to find exits as balls of fire surged from the ground, he said. He said the right and left sides of the stage were blocked.last_img read more

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The Star Gold Coast makes a splash with new facilities

first_imgSource = The Star Gold Coast (formerly Jupiters Hotel & Casino) Azure Spa & Fitness – The Star Gold CoastThe Star Gold Coast makes a splash with new facilitiesThe Star Gold Coast continues to elevate its luxury standards and world-class integrated product, unveiling its new health and wellness facility and exciting new events spaces as part of its current transformation.A new day spa, known as Azure Spa & Fitness, offers guests a luxurious menu of premium products, treatments and services as well as a state-of-the-art fitness centre.The iconic Broadbeach property has also revealed the expansion of its meeting and events offering, including a unique new poolside lawn, additional boardrooms, poolside meeting rooms, and rebranding of the Pavilion Convention Centre to Event Centre at The Star Gold Coast, plus a refreshed look and feel for the space.The Star Entertainment Group Managing Director Queensland Geoff Hogg says the property has built an undeniable reputation as a prime destination to stay and play and is now enhancing this experience with a deluxe health and wellness offering, further showcasing the property’s dedication to delivering a leading integrated resort experience.“We have opened the doors to a retreat where guests can relax and be pampered, or make use of high-end gymnasium equipment, providing the complete experience of a world-class integrated resort,” Mr Hogg said.“The diversification of the property’s current offerings further cements its reputation as a five-star hotspot for major events on the national calendar, and supports the city’s vision of propelling the Gold Coast onto the world stage with our focus on the convention, exhibition and event market through our redevelopment.“Celebrating our stunning climate and coastal lifestyle is at the forefront of what we do so we are incredibly excited to unveil our new health and wellness facility, poolside spaces and to create bespoke events with our food and beverage offerings tailored perfectly to our clients’ needs,” he said.Azure Spa & FitnessAzure Spa & Fitness’ ocean-inspired design and vibe reflects the Gold Coast’s beachside lifestyle with mother-of-pearl hued mosaic tiles, crisp light interior with soft textural wallpaper elements coming together to represent our coastal city. The spaces feature unique local, tropical plants indigenous to the area.Open to hotel guests and the general public, the day spa boasts six treatment rooms, each embodying its own design character, including a couple’s space and a dedicated manicure and pedicure room. An extensive range of premium massage, spa and beauty treatments is on offer for men and women, while poolside cabanas are available to spa guests for post-treatment relaxation. The treatment menu showcases the spa’s partnership with international luxury skincare brand ESPA, exclusively available at The Star properties with The Darling Spa at The Star Sydney also offering the range.The new fitness facility boasts an extensive range of connected cardio, strength, skill and Kinesis equipment from Technogym’s ARTIS and SKILL lines, the first in Queensland to offer Technogym connected equipment. Over 6,600 athletes will also train with the equipment in more than 13 state-of-the-art facilities at the upcoming Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, of which The Star Gold Coast is an Official Partner.Azure Spa & Fitness is now open on the Pool Level at The Star Gold CoastThe day spa is open from 10am – 8pm Monday to Saturday, and 10am – 5pm Sundays and public holidaysGymnasium access is complimentary to hotel guests daily from 6am – 8pmFor day spa booking enquiries, phone 07 5592 8501 or visit thestargoldcoast.com.auEvent Centre at The Star Gold CoastThe Star Gold Coast is home to some of Australia’s biggest and most prestigious events including functions for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, and the CMC Music Awards 2018 for the second year running. The venue will also host the 2018 TV WEEK Logies on July 1, 2018.New additions and enhancements to its convention and meeting space continues to elevate the status of The Star Gold Coast as an in-demand events destination, drawing increasing interest from key industry and corporate business both at home and overseas.The refurbishment project features a series of flexible spaces allowing delegates to go from boardroom to ballroom to poolside all under one roof, providing all the elements needed for the premium, large-scale conference and event market.Specifically, the new facilities include a poolside events lawn unlike anything else on offer on the Gold Coast, additional boardrooms, poolside meeting rooms and kitchen facilities, rebranding of the Pavilion Convention Centre to Event Centre at The Star Gold Coast and a refreshed look and feel for the space.Tailored events can take place at almost any location throughout the property depending on the needs of the guest, including three signature and award-winning dining venues Kiyomi, Cucina Vivo, or Garden Kitchen & Bar for more intimate events, or bigger spaces such as the Event Centre Ballroom and Marquee.Following the success of the Garden Events Lawn, located outside the highly popular Garden Kitchen & Bar restaurant, the addition of the new Poolside Events Lawn has been designed as the perfect blank canvas to facilitate a wide range of themed events in a cocktail setting, with an extensive capacity of up to 800 guests.Meanwhile, complementing the Event Centre’s existing Gold Coast-inspired breakout meeting rooms, the new pool level spaces have been unveiled as the Kirra Boardroom, the Currumbin Room, the Burleigh Boardroom and the Stradbroke Room.The design of the fresh spaces celebrates the Gold Coast’s coastal vibe and the beauty of its natural surrounds, keeping the serenity of the beach at the forefront of the guest experience.Business events at The Star Gold Coast can also capitalise on its state-of-the-art theatre – one of the biggest multifunctional theatres allowing for up to 2,150 guests (seated and standing). The mechanical thrust stage can be altered to suit any style of show, and the purpose-built movie projection booth can take the action from centre stage to the silver screen with ease.Conferencing and events guests can also experience the newly renovated five-star hotel, The Star Grand, multi-award-winning restaurants and bars, and the centrepiece of the redevelopment – the new luxury suite hotel The Darling and its stunning rooftop restaurant and bar Nineteen at The Star, due to open this month.The Star Gold Coast redevelopmentThe Star Gold Coast’s current transformation heralds a new era for the property and forms part of crucial investment in the region ahead of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.Nine new food and beverage offerings, 596 refurbished hotel rooms at The Star Grand and a premium poolside experience are among the already completed offering, while luxury new suite hotel The Darling and its high-end rooftop restaurant, bar and infinity pool will form the centrepiece of the redevelopment.A further food and beverage experience, Sports Bar, will also open this month when the existing building connects to The Darling.Adding to the excitement is the planned addition of the first mixed-use residential apartment and hotel tower on Broadbeach Island. Pending successful pre-sales of The Star Residences, the 53-storey tower could be the first of up to five within a future master plan as part of a joint venture with renowned Hong Kong-based partners Chow Tai Fook and Far East Consortium.The existing redevelopment at The Star Gold Coast and the build of The Darling has already delivered 600 new construction roles, while The Star Residences project would create around 500 construction roles over the next three to four years.Together, the refurbishment of the existing property and the development of both The Darling and the proposed hotel and residential tower would involve a combined investment of up to $850 million.last_img read more

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Barometer Housing Economy Caught in Unvirtuous Cycle

first_imgBarometer: Housing, Economy Caught in ‘Unvirtuous’ Cycle Home Prices Housing Starts Jobs Recovery Trulia 2014-10-02 Scott_Morgan October 2, 2014 558 Views On the one hand, the housing market is, by most indicators, edging back toward normalcy; but on the other hand, recovery is snagged by a paradox: In order for housing to get better, the economy needs to heal, but the economy can’t fully heal without a stable housing market.According to the latest Trulia Housing Barometer, while home prices, sales, and delinquency rates are all most of the way back to normal, new construction starts and a poor employment rate among young adults are snagging full economic recovery. However, all five indicators have improved year-over-year, if slightly in some areas.Existing home sales, excluding distressed sales, are the most encouraging stats at the moment. These, according to Trulia and the National Association of Realtors, were 80 percent back to normal in August. That’s up from 64 percent in the previous quarter and 79 percent from a year ago. Trulia’s Bubble Watch also showed that prices were 3.4 percent undervalued in the third quarter, which is a marked improvement over the13.5 percent undervaluation at the worst of the housing bust. That means prices are three-fourths of the way back to normal.Delinquency and foreclosure rates also were much improved. According to Trulia and Black Knight, the national delinquency and foreclosure rate was 74 percent back to normal in August—the same as one quarter ago and up from 56 percent one year ago. Trulia’s chief economist, Jed Kolko, said that with the share of mortgage borrowers with negative or near-negative equity dropping, the default rate should continue to drop.Where the trouble lies is in new construction starts, which are not even halfway back to normal, and employment among millennials, which is faring even worse. Though new starts are up from a paltry 37 percent a year ago, they’re still only 49 percent back to normal, according to Trulia and the U.S. Census. And according to Kolko, household formation looks too weak to support more single-family homebuilding.Most distressing is the employment rate for young adults. The barometer showed that as of August, 75.7 percent of adults age 25 to 34 are employed. This is just 37 percent of the way back to normal.”Because young adults need jobs in order to move out of their parents’ homes, form their own households, and eventually become homeowners, the housing recovery depends on Millennials finding work,” Kolko said.That’s not to say, however, that housing isn’t doing anything for the economy. Rising home prices make homeowners wealthier, and the more wealth people have, the more they spend, Kolko said. In addition, the decline in defaults and foreclosures have helped stabilize the financial system and hard-hit neighborhoods.”As we’ve seen, home prices right themselves, as undervalued homes attract investors and other buyers, pushing prices back up,” he said. “In turn, higher prices make defaults less likely.”But as the housing recovery continues, it depends less on the rebound effect—the tendency of housing prices to right themselves—and more on such fundamentals as jobs, income growth, and household formation.”In this recovery, jobs and housing can’t get what they need from each other,” Kolko said.center_img in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, News Sharelast_img read more

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