Report: Everton 1 Wolves 3

first_imgWolves piled further pressure on under-fire Everton boss Marco Silva with an entertaining 3-1 win at Goodison Park on Saturday.The Toffees’ patchy results this season have seen the Portuguese’s position come under intense scrutiny and he will not be sitting any more comfortably after Wolves picked up a third straight Premier League victory to cement their place just outside the top six.Ruben Neves’ early penalty had Nuno Espirito Santo’s side ahead but Everton were level midway through the first half thanks to Andre Gomes’ thumping first goal for the club. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Man Utd ready to spend big on Sancho and Haaland in January Who is Marcus Thuram? Lilian’s son who is top of the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! However, slack marking from a free-kick allowed Raul Jimenez to head home on the stroke of half-time and Leander Dendoncker smashed in a volley midway through the second period to secure Wolves’ first win at Goodison in 40 years..@Raul_Jimenez9 = deadly. pic.twitter.com/FFMc8QIyFJ— Wolves (@Wolves) February 2, 2019Everton had taken the lead inside three minutes of their win at Huddersfield Town on Tuesday but it was their turn to fall behind early on here as Leighton Baines felled Matt Doherty and Neves calmly converted the spot-kick.The hosts almost gifted Wolves a second in the 20th minute when Tom Davies lost the ball and Jimenez fed Dendoncker, who was denied by Jordan Pickford at close quarters.Rui Patricio surged out to thwart Theo Walcott as Everton sought a response, which duly arrived in the 27th minute thanks to Gomes’ rasping drive into the roof of the net from 18 yards. | What a way to score your first goal for the Blues, @aftgomes!  #EFCmatchday pic.twitter.com/E6YYQMQHE9— Everton (@Everton) February 2, 2019But Wolves restored their advantage as Jimenez rose unchallenged to head Joao Moutinho’s delivery into the bottom-left corner.And the visitors earned some breathing space as the rebound from Diogo Jota’s blocked attempt fell straight to Dendoncker to lash home from eight yards – capping an impressive day for Wolves and a torrid one for Silva and Everton. What does it mean? Wolves the best of the restWins over Leicester City, West Ham and now Everton have seen Wolves rise to seventh in the table. The usual suspects make up the top six, which has proven almost impossible to break into, but there can be no doubt that Nuno’s men offer a tough test for anyone in this division.A cat-astrophic day for Everton, Wolves ‘feline’ goodAmid a miserable afternoon for Everton fans, there was some light relief in the aftermath of Wolves’ third goal as a black cat strayed onto the pitch and delayed proceedings for a couple of minutes before the intruder was eventually chased away by a steward.Toffees come unstuck at the back once moreEverton’s shaky defence has been cause for concern for most of the season and they contributed to their own downfall again as Baines’ clumsy foul led to the first goal and no one picked up Jimenez for the second.Key Opta Facts- Wolves have won 11 Premier League games this season – their joint-highest tally in a single Premier League campaign, alongside the 2010-11 season.- Wolves have scored 3-plus goals in three consecutive top-flight matches for the first time since March 1980.- Everton have lost three of their last four Premier League games at Goodison Park, as many as they had lost in their previous 23.- Jimenez has been directly involved in more Premier League goals than any other Wolves player this season (9 goals, 5 assists).What’s next?It does not get any easier for Everton, who host champions Manchester City on Wednesday. Wolves have an FA Cup fourth-round replay at home to Shrewsbury Town on Tuesday before returning to league action against Newcastle United a week on Monday. read morelast_img read more

Novak Djokovic will benefit from long break, says new physiotherapist

first_imgNovak Djokovic is recovering from a “significant” elbow injury and is keen to get back on the tour again, the 12-times grand slam champion’s new physiotherapist Ulises Badio has said.A prolonged dip in form before the injury earlier this year forced Djokovic to curtail his season after retiring against Czech Tomas Berdych in the quarter-finals at Wimbledon in July.The former number one, who retained Andre Agassi as his head coach, added Argentine Badio and Italian fitness coach Marco Panichi to his team and is expected to return early next year.”Novak had a significant injury and we are bringing it under control,” Badio told Argentine daily La Nacion, adding that the Serb’s decision to take time off had helped.”Time was required to improve it. The decision he took allowed us to have a time table and not go back and forth about treatment. He has a lot of eagerness to return,” Badio added.Badio, a kinesiologist (concerning body movement) and physiotherapist specialising in acupuncture and Chinese therapy, said he also looked forward to working with American Agassi.”I read his book, which I found emotional. Now I’ve met him, and he seems a captivating person.”last_img read more

G6 Cuts Four Peak Season Sailings

first_imgzoom Members of the G6 Alliance are cancelling four Asia-Europe sailings in July and August in response to reduced market demand.APL, Hapag-Lloyd, Hyundai Merchant Marine, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Nippon Yusen Kaisha and Orient Overseas Container Line already dropped two Asia – Europe sailings in June.The new void sailings are for the following services and weeks:Loop 6 service in week 31 (westbound ETA Kaohsiung 31st of July 2015). The westbound Kaohsiung call and the eastbound Jebel Ali call will be added into Loop 7 in the respective week. The westbound Colombo and Nansha calls will be added into Loop 4 and the Fuzhou call will be added into Loop 5.Loop 7 service in week 32 (westbound ETA Qingdao 3rd of August 2015). The westbound Qingdao call will be added into Loop 4 in the respective week, with the newly added Gdansk call being covered by the Loop 5 in the respective week.Loop 4 service in week 33 (westbound ETA Ningbo 14th of August 2015). The westbound Le Havre call will be added into Loop 6 in the respective week.Loop 5 service in week 34 (westbound ETA Kwangyang 21st of August 2015). The westbound Kwangyang and Pusan calls will be added into Loop 6 in the respective week.last_img read more

Pirates Attack Tanker Bouboulina in Gulf of Guinea

first_imgzoom A group of armed pirates has approached and opened fire upon a tanker which was underway some 89 nautical miles off the coast of Brass, Nigeria, according to data provided by the International Maritime Bureau’s Piracy Reporting Centre (IMB PRC).The vessel in question was reportedly the 2006-built Suezmax tanker Bouboulina.IMB PRC said that, as the boat came alongside the vessel on July 7, the alarm was raised and all crew retreated into the citadel from where they controlled the vessel.After some four hours the crew emerged from the citadel and found that the bridge windows were shattered due to the firing.There were no injuries reported following the incident.The 163,800 dwt vessel continued its voyage to the port of destination, IMB PRC added.The Greece-flagged tanker is owned by the Greek shipping company Delta Tankers, according to VesselsValue.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more

Forbidden planet discovered in Neptunian Desert

first_imgLondon: Astronomers say they have discovered a rogue exoplanet with its own atmosphere in the Neptunian Desert.NGTS-4b, nick-named ‘The Forbidden Planet’ is smaller than Neptune but three times the size of Earth, said researchers led by the University of Warwick in the UK. The exoplanet, described in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, has a mass of 20 Earth masses, a radius 20 per cent smaller than Neptune, and temperature of 1000 degrees Celsius. Also Read – ‘Hong Kong won’t rule out Chinese help over protests’It orbits around the star in only 1.3 days — the equivalent of Earth’s orbit around the Sun of one year. It is the first exoplanet of its kind to have been found in the Neptunian Desert, researchers said. The Neptunian Desert is the region close to stars where no Neptune-sized planets are found, they said. This area receives strong irradiation from the star, meaning the planets do not retain their gaseous atmosphere as they evaporate leaving just a rocky core. However NGTS-4b still has its atmosphere of gas. Also Read – Pak Army chief accompanies Imran at key meetings in ChinaWhen looking for new planets, astronomers look for a dip in the light of a star — with the planet orbiting it and blocking the light. Usually only dips of one per cent and more are picked up by ground-based searches. However, the NGTS telescopes, situated in the Atacama Desert, Chile, can pick up a dip of just 0.2 per cent. Researchers believe the planet may have moved into the Neptunian Desert recently, in the last one million years, or it was very big and the atmosphere is still evaporating. “This planet must be tough it is right in the zone where we expected Neptune-sized planets could not survive,” said Richard West, from the University of Warwick. “It is truly remarkable that we found a transiting planet via a star dimming by less than 0.2 per cent — this has never been done before by telescopes on ground, and it was great to find after working on this project,” West said.last_img read more

Unofficial numbers could hike MMIWG total

first_imgPaul Barnsley APTN News Two riveting stories gripped the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Women and Girls Wednesday about the numbers of victims not officially considered missing or murdered.Virginia Littlewolf-Hunter described a fateful journey from nearly 50 years ago.She was a 15-year-old girl with her friend Shirley Dillon from Onion Lake First Nation, when they were offered a ride to the nearby town of Lloydminster, which straddles the Alberta-Saskatchewan border, by James Terrance Allan.After driving a while Allan pulled into a gravel road, stopped the car, got out and opened the trunk. It was Aug. 16, 1971.“He opened the door where I’m sitting and he’s pointing a gun at me. He tells me to get out,” Littlewolf-Hunter said.He then tied both girls hands behind their backs. Dillon was at the front of the car, Littlewolf-Hunter at the rear.“He left me there on the ground and all I could see was the licence plate,” she said.She listened in “extreme terror” to her friend scream as Allan tried to rape her.But she found the courage to memorize the car’s licence plate number.“The whole time I was laying there, I heard an almighty voice saying to me to keep those numbers, remember those numbers,” she told the inquiry.After a while, Allan left Dillon.“He came back and grabbed me. He was naked with the gun behind my back,” Littlewolf-Hunter said.“He tells me to walk . . . and I remember walking real slow,” she testified in an anguished voice that silenced the entire room at the Edmonton Inn.He forced her to walk into the bush and when they came to a pit he pushed her in.“In his hand he had a rag and and a can, and he’s spraying me with that can and he put the rag on my face and I’m fighting and I’m screaming and the smell of that rag was horrible,” she said. “I opened my eyes and he sprayed my eyes. And a voice came to me again: he’s trying to kill me. I have to play dead. I just went limp.”Allan left to torment Dillon again. Littlewolf-Hunter listened helplessly to the screams of her friend. Then she heard him coming back.“I feel his arm around my neck and he’s choking me,” she said.She passed out.“He takes his arm off my neck and leaves me. I can hear the car leaving and I’m laying there trying to regain myself. It seemed like forever. But I told myself: I have to get up. I have to get up!”With her hands still tied behind her back, Littlewolf-Hunter went to find Dillon.She found her friend had been hit in the head with a tire iron. “She was bleeding. She had blood all over her face.”They walked to a nearby farmhouse. She said people were home but they wouldn’t answer the door. So they walked to the next farmhouse.“That was the longest walk ever. We had no shoes. We were walking barefoot,” she said.The second farmer called the RCMP. She said her next memory was in the hospital.  Dillon needed 20 stitches to close her head wound, while Littlewolf-Hunter had inflamed eyes from the spray.The plate number allowed police to track down Allan in British Columbia. He was charged with one count each of unlawful confinement and attempted rape. A year later Allan was convicted and sentenced to two years less a day with the sentences served concurrently.The charges did not reflect the fact that two under-age girls were assaulted. Littlewolf-Hunter called the penalty “appalling.”“He left us for dead,” she said. ‘He should have been charged with attempted murder, assault causing bodily harm, assault with a weapon, sexual interference.“Me and Shirley, we suffered discrimination because we’re Indigenous.”Littlewolf-Hunter says she still suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder almost half a century later.  Dillon has seizures and trouble walking and could not attend the inquiry.Neither of the two were missing or murdered. But the inquiry is hearing their stories are not uncommon. It is impossible to know how many others are out there.Angeline Willier is another name on the list of not missing or murdered.She was 72 when her body was located in a ravine near Swan Hills, Alta in 2001.The founder of the Hinton chapter of the Voice of Native Women and a former employee of Harold Cardinal, in the glory days of the Indian Association of Alberta, left behind a large, loving family.“I have to accept that I will never know what happened to my mom,” said daughter Adele Willier. “I’m tired. I just have to give it up. I’ll let my sister and my niece carry it on.”Nancy Chalifoux,  the sister, and Petie Chalifoux, the niece, talked about the long, complicated police investigations into Angeline’s death that – 16 years later – have yielded nothing.She is not officially listed as murdered. The coroner said the reasons for her death were undetermined but related to exposure.When Angeline went missing it was reported to the Lesser Slave Lake Indian Police, a police service widely disrespected in the region that was replaced by the Lakeshore Police Service in 2008. A little over a week later, her truck was found.  Her body was located a kilometre-and-half from the truck.The family says Lesser Slave Lake police told them they searched the area and did a thorough investigation.But when the family was taken by police to view the scene and conduct a ceremony, it was the family that made a series of discoveries.  They found Angeline’s dentures, a shoe, a bright, red sock filled with grass and twigs, and under a patch of earth that had clearly been recently disturbed, they found the keys to her truck.A blown-out tire was in the back of the truck; it had recently been changed. The ashtray was full of cigarette butts -even though Angeline was not a smoker and wouldn’t let anyone smoke in the truck – the stash of candies and family photos kept to entertain her grandchildren was gone, there was a dent in the truck that hadn’t been seen by Petie Chalifoux, the last person to see her alive.Angeline had recently injured her leg and was using a walker and a cane. They were missing. She had many rings, each with a birthstone for her many children and grandchildren. After the autopsy, only one ring was returned to the family. Her purse and knitting bag were also missing and never found.Perhaps strangest of all, the medical examiner reported the shirt Angeline was wearing was buttoned up inside out. Petie Chalifoux says that was not the case when saw her just before she disappeared.The family pushed both the Faust, Alberta RCMP and Lesser Slave Lake police to explain these mysterious facts but got nowhere.A decade after her body was found, workers demolishing an old shelter at a skating rink, found some items from her purse and gave them to the family.They wondered who left it there.They took this new information to the Lakeshore Police Service. And say the response they got was exceptional.Sgt. Dean Syniak got right to work.“There was a stark contrast in the way we were treated. Night and day,” said Nancy Chalifoux.But too much time had passed. Syniak reported to the family that all leads had been exhausted and no new information had turned up.The family blames the earlier police investigators.“I feel we didn’t matter. We were just Indians,” said Nancy Chalifoux.Nancy Chalifoux has no doubt there are many cases like her mother’s that are not showing up in the research. So far, there are are believed to be about 1,200 missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada.“Exactly. That’s what I want the commissioners to hear and understand,” she said in an interview after her testimony “The numbers are so much higher.”pbarnsley@aptn.calast_img read more

Fort St. John Loves Families October 5th – 12th

first_imgThis is an opportunity to visit a variety of participating businesses and organizations for a week of free or low-cost activities for the whole family.See the following brochure or get your own copy at a Family Friendly Community Partner or FSJ’s Family Friendly Early Years on Facebook. For a copy of the brochure; CLICK HERE FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Fort St. John Loves Families Week is a week-long initiative created by the Family Friendly Coalition as a way for families to feel more connected to the community.Fort St. John Loves Families Week is a week-long initiative brought to you by the Family Friendly Coalition.last_img

Kuwait, Morocco Lay Foundations For Strategic Partnership: Kuwaiti Ambassador

Rabat – Kuwait and Morocco have laid the foundations for a strategic partnership, Kuwaiti ambassador to Morocco Abdelaziz Chamlan Arroumi said.The strong and strategic ties between Morocco and Kuwait “are based on the solid foundations of brotherhood and the congruence of views and positions vis-à-vis regional and international issues,” Arroumi told the press on the occasion of the 54th anniversary of the National Day and the 22nd anniversary of the liberation of Kuwait, celebrated on February 24 and 25.The strong relations between the two brotherly countries are also reflected through the continuous coordination and consultation on regional and international issues, particularly the critical issues for the Arab and Islamic Ummah, he added. The Kuwaiti ambassador also recalled the “firm and decisive positions of brotherly Morocco and its permanent support to Kuwait, in the most difficult circumstances”, noting that these positions “will remain etched forever in our hearts and memories”.He also hailed the achievements made by Morocco, “under the leadership of HM King Mohammed VI, who spares no effort to promote the development and prosperity of His faithful people. read more

Closing Bell TSX declines amid falling mining stocks mixed reception for bank

TORONTO — The Toronto stock market closed lower Wednesday amid pressure from the mining sector and mixed earnings reports from two of the big Canadian banks.Here are the closing numbersTSX — 14,610.96-47.06 -0.32%S&P 500 —  1,909.78-2.13 -0.11%Dow — 16,633.18-42.32 -0.25%Nasdaq — 4,225.08 -11.99 -0.28%The S&P/TSX composite index dropped 47.06 points to 14,610.96.Bank of Montreal (TSX:BMO) raised its dividend by two cents to 78 cents per share as it reported a quarterly profit of $1.1 billion, up 12% from a year ago.  Adjusted earnings per share were $1.63, up 13% from the same quarter last year and 10 cents ahead of estimates.Its stock dipped 18 cents to $76.62, but the shares are still up about three% in the past week since the big banks starting reporting earnings.Meanwhile, shares of National Bank (TSX:NA) were down $1.17 at $45.86 after it posted a second-quarter profit of $362 million, which was down 13% from a year ago. Adjusted earnings were $1.05 a share, a penny higher than analyst estimates, and it raised its dividend four%. However revenue of $1.28 billion missed expectations for $1.34 billion.The earnings from the two banks followed earlier reports from Royal Bank (TSX:RY), TD Bank (TSX:TD) and Scotiabank, which also beat expectations.“I think the best word to describe our banks is resilient,” said Allan Small, senior adviser at HollisWealth.“As parts of the business start to slow down, they manage to find ways to invest in other areas to make up that slowdown,” Small said.CIBC (TSX:CM) posts quarterly earnings Thursday morning.The Canadian dollar lost 0.12 of a cent to 91.95 cents US.U.S. markets were lower as the Dow Jones industrials gave back 42.32 points to 16,633.18, the Nasdaq declined 12 points to 4,225.07 and the S&P 500 index was 2.13 points lower at 1,909.78.July copper was unchanged at US$3.18 a pound and the base metals component lost 2.34%.The TSX gold sector was sharply lower for a second day, down 1.6%%, while June gold was off $6.20 at US$1,259.70 an ounce. Bullion had closed Tuesday at its lowest level since early February, amid an easing of concerns about Ukraine. Worries about higher inflation had also supported gold prices, but now economists are, if anything, more worried about deflation, particularly in Europe. At the same time, the costs of mining gold are rising, leaving analysts to wonder about what can take the gold sector higher after declining about 11% this month.“Inflation is starting to creep up a little bit but (it’s) not an issue, interest rates are still low — there really is no catalyst to take the gold sector higher,” Small said.The energy sector was ahead 0.17 cent as July crude in New York slipped $1.39 to US$102.72 a barrel.In other corporate developments Valeant Pharmaceuticals (TSX:VRX) shares gave back $2.93 to $138.11 as the company upped the cash portion its hostile takeover offer for Botox maker Allergan by $10 to US$58.30 a share. The stock portion of the offer remains the same at 0.83 of a Valeant share, valuing the proposal at $162.86 per share or almost $50 billion in total.Meanwhile, Nestle says it is paying $1.4 billion in cash to Valeant for the rights to sell lip and wrinkle treatment Restylane and other skin products in the U.S. and Canada.TOP STORIESScotiabank cuts 5-year fixed rate to lowest among Canada’s big banksBank of Montreal hikes dividend as profit gains beat Street expectationsValeant Pharmaceuticals sweetens takeover offer for Allergan to $54-billionBlackBerry’s global market share is vanishing so rapidly it could fall to 0.3% by 2018, IDC saysWHAT’S ON DECK THURSDAYCANADA8:30 a.m.Current Account balance (Q1): Economists expect a deficit of $13-billion UNITED STATES8:30 a.m.Weekly jobless claims: Economists expect 318,000 new claims, up from last week Real GDP (Q1): Economists expect -0.5% decline from same time last year 10 a.m.Pending home sales (April): Economists expect a 1% gain from month before, 8.8% decline year over year CORPORATE NEWSCANADACanadian Imperial Bank Commerce Q2 earnings: Analysts expect $2.01 a share UNITED STATESCostco Wholesale Corp.  Q3 earnings: Analysts expect US$1.09 a share Pall Corp.  Q3 earnings: Analysts expect 83¢ a share read more

Paramedic told mother dying of brain tumour a migraine doesnt stop you

first_imgA paramedic told a mother dying of a brain tumour “a migraine doesn’t stop you from walking”, an inquest heard, as the coroner criticised “blinkered” NHS medics.Elaine Talbot, a mother of four and a former engineer, died after her fatal brain tumour was wrongly diagnosed as a severe headache.The 37-year-old’s family said she had been so poorly she was “like a walking corpse”, yet because her GP had previously said she suffered from migraines, a junior hospital doctor assumed she had the same condition and sent her home.A week later, Mrs Talbot, who complained of recurring headaches, vomiting, nausea and sensitivity to light, had to be taken back to A&E when her condition worsened. A paramedic called to her home in Bury, Greater Manchester, told her family: “A migraine doesn’t stop you from walking.” Mrs Talbot died later that day.Lisa Hashmi, area coroner for Greater Manchester North, said at the hearing in Heywood that Mrs Talbot’s death was not preventable but criticised doctors, nurses and ambulance staff, saying there had been “gross failings” in their treatment of Mrs Talbot.Ms Hashmi said she would be writing to the North West Ambulance Service about the behaviour of the “bad apple” paramedic and also to Bury Clinical Commissioning Group over the lack of availability of patient CT body scans for GPs.Recording a conclusion of death by natural causes, Ms Hashmi said: “I can see the total sadness that this loss has brought to this family. Although I do not believe it would have altered the very tragic outcome, the senior doctor should have cast an eye over Elaine. Elaine would do anything for anybody, she was caring and loving. Her children and her family were her whole life and she will be greatly missed Dr Piyali Pal, a neuropathologist from Salford Royal Hospital, said Mrs Talbot had a “grade four” tumour, the most serious kind which can grow rapidly. She added: “The life expectancy for someone with that severe a tumour is 12-15 weeks.” “You are playing with fire. Nurses may find themselves in deep water if they say this. It is not an excuse and will not wash in a court of law.”The tragedy occurred in September 2016, just a month after Mrs Talbot’s symptoms began to show. She went to see her GP on August 30 after two phone consultations but was given repeat medication for migraines.On August 31, Mrs Talbot attended Fairfield Hospital emergency department where she was placed in the care of a junior doctor and was only observed twice in a four hour period by nurses instead of every hour. She was then given an injection and discharged with further medication.Her GP, Victor Ogbo, said when he treated Mrs Talbot she showed none of the “classic red flags” of anything more serious than a migraine. Her husband David Talbot, 42, said: “She would have good and bad days. Some days she would go and lie down in a dark room, with all the lights off. She couldn’t even look at the TV or her phone screen. She was trying to sleep it off. She was unable to reply or look at her phone when people text her.”Her mother Dorothy, 69, told the inquest that on August 31 her daughter “looked like a walking corpse”, adding: “She looked terrible. She was out of it. She was wobbly.”On the 7th of September when they arrived a member of the ambulance service said to us ‘A migraine doesn’t stop you from walking.’ I just don’t understand why they weren’t willing to help us with her more.” 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. Dr Moataz Adnan, a consultant at Fairfield General Hospital, said computer systems had been updated their systems to ensure correct information was filed by staff.In a statement after the hearing, Mrs Talbot’s family said: “Elaine would do anything for anybody, she was caring and loving. Her children and her family were her whole life and she will be greatly missed. We miss her every single day and we are heartbroken.”We as a family hope that the outcome of this is that the trust does implement their new pathways in the near future, so no other family has to go through what we have been through with Elaine.”The former engineer leaves four children aged between nine months and 12 years.  “I am very disappointed to hear about the behaviour of the ambulance staff. It does appear to be one isolated event with one bad apple – but by gosh is that bad apple going to hear about it. I think there has been a gross failure to provide basic care as so far as no CT scan being available.”I do also believe that the doctors and nurses were blinkered in their approach. Do not be bound by what you know. You and you alone as a doctor create a diagnosis on your clinical opinions. “Doctors and nurses ought to have taken a bit longer and heard what was happening to Elaine. It may be critical for the next patient. Think outside the box.”Dr Sanjita Patel, a junior doctor who took charge of Mrs Talbot’s care at her first hospital admission, admitted she had not made any notes of her examination. Dr Patel said: “I cannot prove that I examined her on my notes as I didn’t make any notes. “I think that the headache and migraine diagnosis were a bit of a red herring. In hindsight I can admit that I was probably blinkered by the previous diagnosis. “I should have asked her. I think it is a very difficult case in hindsight.”It also emerged that a nurse questioned about the case by a senior NHS official admitted she had failed to fill in documentation about Mrs Talbot’s care correctly because she was “too busy.”Ms Hashmi also issued a warning to nurses who claim to be “too busy” to fill in documentation properly.last_img read more

All iPhones iPads and Mac computers are affected by microchip flaw that

first_imgLukasz Olejnik, an independent security and privacy consultant and researcher, said the biggest risk to Apple users may come through malicious websites using JavaScript, a programming language used to run online adverts and other applications.”One of the most serious threats to ordinary users could be exploitation via JavaScript code on websites. Exploiting the vulnerability on websites seems to be the most realistic attack scenario especially for tightly-controlled ecosystems where normally apps are rarely installed, and are installed only from approved sources.” They exploit a feature designed to speed up computer processors, and it is feared the fix can slow down computers, but the Apple software updates do not appear to have significantly slowed down the devices. The Spectre logo Meltdown and Spectre were revealed this week, and are one of the biggest computer security vulnerabilities ever. Initially thought to merely affect PCs running Intel chips, it has since emerged that they affect mobile phones and other devices too. Apple said it would introduce a software update to its web browser, Safari, to guard against Spectre.  “In the coming days we plan to release mitigations in Safari to help defend against Spectre. We continue to develop and test further mitigations for these issues and will release them in upcoming updates of iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS,” it said.Apple’s Mac computers run on Intel chips, which are affected by the Meltdown and Spectre flaws, while the iPhone and iPad run on chips designed by British company Arm Holdings, which are more vulnerable to the Spectre bug.The software updates that help fix the bugs, iOS 11.2, MacOS 10.13.2 and tvOS 11.2, were released in December. Devices running older versions of iOS which no longer receive the upgrades, such as the iPhone 5 and 5c, and fourth-generation iPad, are more vulnerable. Security researchers first discovered the bugs last year but they have only just emerged, since technology companies were given time to patch the problem.center_img Apple has said that all iPhones, iPads and Mac computers are vulnerable to a major security flaw that leaves the devices open to hacking.The “Meltdown” and “Spectre” bugs, which were disclosed earlier this week, impact every device running the company’s iOS and macOS operating systems, as well as the Apple TV, the tech giant revealed overnight.It means Apple devices are potentially vulnerable to hackers using malicious software to steal sensitive data such as passwords or private photos.It said the first of the two bugs, Meltdown, had been partially solved by software updates released in December and that it had seen no evidence of cybercriminals exploiting the flaw. Spectre, which affects the Arm microchips that the iPhone and iPad use, is more difficult to guard against.”Security researchers have recently uncovered security issues known by two names, Meltdown and Spectre,” Apple said. “These issues apply to all modern processors and affect nearly all computing devices and operating systems. All Mac systems and iOS devices are affected, but there are no known exploits impacting customers at this time.” The Spectre logoCredit:NATASCHA EIBL Apple sees the security of its computers and phones as a major advantage. Software updates tend to be issued promptly and its gadgets tend to come with greater restrictions than Android or Windows devices, which guards against hackers. Programs can only be downloaded through the App Store, and must be approved by the company, for example. 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.last_img read more

Man arrested as cocaine seized in panels of car at Dublin Port

first_imgCOCAINE WITH AN estimated street value of €175,000 was seized by customs officials at Dublin Port this morning.A 48-year-old man from the UK was arrested after 2.4kg of the drug was found in a car disembarking from a ferry.The discovery was made when the revenue’s sniffer dog gave a positive reaction on the BMW that had travelled on the early morning ferry from the UK. The vehicle was scanned by the custom’s x-ray scanner and officers discovered the drugs concealed behind panels.The vehicle was also seized with the man later arrested by gardaí.last_img

Retailers disappointed as Christmas sales are down on 2012

first_imgRETAILERS HAVE SUFFERED a lacklustre Christmas period.Retail representative group Retail Excellence Ireland (REI) says that this year’s sales will be marginally down on last year’s.David Fitzsimons, chief executive of REI said “Having contacted over three hundred leading retailers nationwide over the past few days it is disappointing to confirm that retail sales are likely to be down marginally against Christmas 2012.“While consumers might have a little more discretionary income than this time last year, even with cash in our wallets we have become habitually frugal and discerning. It would seem that six years of cautious spending behaviour has become a hard habit to break.“The retail industry was bullish entering the festive season due to the rescheduling of Budget ’14 to October, a return to economic growth and the exit of the Troika. Unfortunately these positives did not impact on spending in the run up to Christmas 2013. Instead customers remained cautious and retailers responded with significant discounts.”The sluggish sales will mean good news for customers, however.REI is forecasting that post-Christmas sales will see retailers aggressively try to shift stock, with sales of up to 70 per cent.Read: Starbucks to open at former Anglo HQ on Stephen’s GreenPoll: How much have you spent on Christmas this year?last_img read more

Opinion Behind the headlines and political bickering is a profound grief that

first_img“PLEASE GOD HELP ME,” were the last words spoken by my father before he died. His name was Max Olorunda. He was 39 years old.I was just two, and his youngest daughter.My father was killed by a bomb which exploded prematurely whilst he was travelling on board a train bound for Belfast in January 1980. My father died alongside a young schoolboy and the member of the IRA who was carrying the bomb.I am told he was a kind and handsome man with a big smile. I don’t remember him, though, and for this I am glad. My mother kept his memory alive, however.She never allowed us to forget what happened to him. The IRA became a word synonymous with everything that was wrong in this world. The fate that befell my father has been like a virus in my family’s bloodstream; we could never purge it from our collective memories. It was always there. My mother could never let it go. She was haunted by her loss. In fact, my entire life has been shaped and affected by the legacy he left behind.The pain behind the headlinesMy book, Legacy, was difficult to write because I chose to confront my past with a view to explaining the trauma of those who were bereaved in the Troubles. You might say I wanted people to see that behind the political bickering, behind the headlines, the pain endured by the families of those who perished is very real. Those left behind, the families of those who died, usually found themselves overwhelmed by a profound type of grief that was hard to define.My family never visited my father’s grave, not because we didn’t care, but because I was always told that his grave was empty. You see nothing remained of my father when he died. The bomb which killed him didn’t just end his life; it destroyed his body. He disappeared.In the absence of any state memorial for the victims of the Northern Ireland conflict, I chose to write this book as a memorial to him.Racism in Northern IrelandBut Legacy isn’t just about the Troubles, or indeed Max Olorunda’s life, nor is it solely concerned with documenting the violence that engulfed Northern Ireland for 30 years; it is also about racism.You see my father was a Nigerian. My mother came from the West of Ireland, and so my two sisters and I are of mixed race. The colour of our skin, our facial features and hair had a dramatic impact on our lives. We were oddities back then. We were treated with suspicion and, on many occasions, contempt.People used to ask if we were adopted, or worse, didn’t ask anything, but simply shouted some choice words at us. My mother was treated as someone who had lowered herself in everyone’s standing by falling in love with the wrong person.Outcasts in a bitterly divided societyThis attitude became a catalyst for an all-consuming depression which in time gripped her. No amount of prescription pills, tablets and therapy could cure this and so her life, and those of her three daughters, fell apart. We lived in poverty. We became poor outcasts in a bitterly divided society.Legacy is our story. It’s the story of a family who had to cope with circumstances beyond our control. My book deals with many issues. It’s about loss, grief, depression and poverty, but it’s also about racism and bigotry.Racism has always flourished in Northern Ireland but it’s become more prevalent in recent times as we have got more cosmopolitan, ironic as it sounds.I wrote Legacy to record my father’s existence, but I also needed to record my mother’s illness and, most of all, I needed to record what Northern Ireland did to us and, by default, all the other innocent victims. I hope that someday the issues raised in Legacy will be a thing of the past.Jayne Olorunda is a Belfast woman whose Nigerian father, Max Olorunda, was killed by the IRA in a bombing in 1980. Her book, Legacy, outlines how his death caused her mother’s breakdown, but the title is primarily about the racism that Jayne and her sisters suffered in Northern Ireland. Legacy is available as a download on Kindle, iTunes, kobo and Nook. President Higgins: ‘There are no easy solutions to the sensitive questions in Northern Ireland’last_img read more

Le lac Vostok gardera ses mystères une année de plus

first_imgLe lac Vostok gardera ses mystères une année de plusLes scientifiques russes n’ont pas réussi à achever le forage des glaces et à atteindre à temps le lac Vostok, en Antarctique. Désormais, les conditions météorologiques rendent impossible tout travail et les scientifiques doivent attendre un an de plus pour percer les mystères du lac subglaciaire.L’expédition russe envoyée en Antarctique a perdu sa course contre la montre. Celle-ci devait avant le 6 février, date qui marque la fin de l’été austral sur le continent, percer les quelques dizaines de mètres qui la séparait du lac Vostok, le plus grand lac subglaciaire du continent (voir notre article). Mais le forage intensif de ces deux derniers mois n’a pas suffi. Depuis la reprise en décembre dernier de ce projet, les scientifiques se relayaient jour et nuit sur le site pour accélérer le travail et tenter de l’achever avant la date fatidique. Selon les dernières mesures, le forage avait atteint plus de 3.700 mètres de profondeur. À lire aussiErysipèle : contagion, traitement, de quoi s’agit-il ?Pourtant ce weekend, l’expédition s’est vu contrainte de ranger son matériel et d’interrompre de nouveau son travail pour des raisons climatiques. La fin de l’été austral marque le retour des températures glaciaires et des vents violents, rendant impossible toute activité. Ainsi, les scientifiques devront désormais attendre plus de 9 mois et l’autorisation de la commission nationale russe pour reprendre le forage.En décembre prochain, il se pourrait qu’ils parviennent enfin à percer les derniers mètres de glace et à prélever de l’eau ultra-pure du lac Vostok. Une fois analysés, ces échantillons permettraient alors, après plus de 20 ans de travail, de révéler les mystères de ce lac piégé depuis des millions d’années et qui pourrait, selon les chercheurs, receler des formes de vie encore inconnues. Le 7 février 2011 à 11:22 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

GHMC officials to focus on internal road repairs

first_imgHyderabad: The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) Commissioner, M Dana Kishore instructed officials to repair the potholes while inspecting the internal roads in city which were damaged due to the incessant rains for the past five days.Dana Kishore held a meeting with zonal and deputy commissioners on the issues like road repair works, Haritha Haram and lane marking on roads through video conference at GHMC head office here on Monday. Also Read – Hyderabad: Wall collapse in Kukatpally damages four cars Advertise With Us Speaking to the additional commissioners and chief engineers in video conference, Dana Kishore said around 75 per cent potholes have been filled out of 4,000 potholes that were identified by the authorities in two days. He instructed the officials to inspect the internal roads as well along with the main roads. The roads on flyovers also turned to bad condition due to the rains that lashed the city recently, so even these need to be repaired as well, he said. “We have completed 49.90 lane kilo meters lane marking, zebra crossings and stop line painting on roads. This has been done with a budget of Rs 2.60 crore, he said. Also Read – With 61 feet high, Khairatabad Ganesh claimed to be tallest idol in India Advertise With Us The Commissioner said that as the city was receiving good rains in the last five days, plant large scale of saplings across the city and distribute the saplings to the residents free of cost. Around 5 lakh saplings were planted in government and in vacant places in government offices, he said. This week we have to conduct the programmes to plant the saplings in 616 vacant places across the city, he added. GHMC Mayor Bonthu Rammohan and GHMC Commissioner will be participating in a large-scale planting event on Tuesday at the Delhi Public School campus at Nacharam. The event begins at 9 am and around 5,000 students will be planting the saplings.last_img read more

HP ZBook Workstations Get Beastly Core i9 Upgrade

first_imgHP announced today new features and components for its ZBook mobile workstations, along with a new subscription service for creators who want to upgrade their equipment.On the laptop front, the HP ZBook Studio, ZBook Studio x360, ZBook 15 and ZBook 17 will now be configurable with Intel Core i9 CPUs. We found Intel’s new six-core processors provide between a 10 to 15 percent boost in performance when compared to Core i7 CPUs due to their higher clock speeds. The upgraded processor will be accompanied by greater memory capacity: 32GB upgradable up to 128GB depending on the workstation model.MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro: Which 13-inch MacBook Is Right For You?Apple’s entry-level MacBook Air and Pro look pretty similar, but our testing proved they differ in crucial ways.Your Recommended PlaylistVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9接下来播放Which Cheap Tablet Is Best? Amazon Fire 7 vs Walmart Onn02:45关闭选项Automated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-US facebook twitter 发邮件 reddit 链接https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/hp-zbook-i9-cpu-quadro-p2000?jwsource=cl已复制直播00:0003:4603:46 HP is enhancing ZBook security features with RAID 1, or what it calls, “out of the box back up.” ZBook workstation will come standard with mirrored M.2 drives, so if a primary SSD fails, the backup drive will protect endangered data and ensure users can quickly get back to their work.The ZBook Studio and Studio x360 will also get a graphics bump thanks to the addition of Nvidia Quadro P2000 graphics. The high-end GPU should allow these two machines to run professional 3D applications and even play demanding games.An anti-glare touch screen is coming to HP’s unique convertible workstation, the ZBook Studio x360. The Gorilla glass screen is designed to be visible outdoors and in bright environments. HP claims the DreamColor display is capable of reproducing 100 percent of the Adobe RGB gamut and that it has a resounding maximum brightness of 600 nits.Along with adding new components to its zBook workstations, HP unveiled Z Club, a subscription-based service for creators. Customers can pay a monthly fee for photographer, video editor, graphic designer or artist bundles that come with computers, displays, printers and accessories, along with customer support. HP will choose 100 initial members to kickstart the program with a free 90-day trial.The additions were revealed in the run-up to the Adobe MAX conference where photographers, videographers, designers and other creators learn about the latest Adobe products, like Photoshop, Premiere Pro and Lightroom. by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeKelley Blue Book5 Mid-engine Corvettes That Weren’tKelley Blue BookUndoGrepolis – Free Online GameGamers Around the World Have Been Waiting for this GameGrepolis – Free Online GameUndoTODAYPolice Identify Girl Licking Ice Cream Tub In Viral VideoTODAYUndoMy Food and FamilyHealthy, Homemade Drunken Thai Noodles In Just 20 MinutesMy Food and FamilyUndoForbes.com12 House Renovation Mistakes, In PicturesForbes.comUndoVerizon WirelessThis new phone will blow your mind.Verizon WirelessUndoAdvertisementlast_img read more

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first_imgSpike Lee, Godard films to compete at Netflix-free Cannes General Delegate of the Cannes Film Festival Thierry Fremaux, left and Cannes Film Festival President Pierre Lescure deliver their speech during a press conference for the presentation of the 71st Cannes film festival, in Paris, Thursday, April 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) by Samuel Petrequin, The Associated Press Posted Apr 12, 2018 7:28 am PDT Last Updated Apr 12, 2018 at 10:40 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emailcenter_img PARIS – The director of the Cannes Film Festival called the allegations of sexual misconduct against Harvey Weinstein “an earthquake” for the movie industry — but he said the quality of films, not gender quotas, remained the top factor in selecting this year’s lineup.Organizers on Thursday unveiled the 18 movies competing for the Palme d’Or prize next month, with a lineup that includes new movies by Spike Lee and Jean-Luc Godard.“The world is not the same anymore,” Thierry Fremaux told reporters, referring to the Weinstein scandal. “But the movies we selected have been chosen for their intrinsic qualities. There will never be a positive discrimination.”Although Fremaux said he recognized the importance of the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements, he said the selection process for the festival should not include gender quotas, and that all the female directors he has spoken with agreed with him.Only three female directors — Nadine Labaki, Alice Rohrwacher and Eva Husson — are on the list of 18 competing movies. Fremaux said a fourth female filmmaker could be added to the competition before the May 8-19 event starts on the French Riviera.“It’s true that they are very rare, but there are more and more female directors,” Fremaux said. “And I have to say that —Kathryn Bigelow aside — all the female directors who broke through over the last three decades came here to show their movies.”Fremaux added that his team will discuss their pay equality practices. He noted that more women than men already worked for the festival.While acknowledging that only one female director has won the festival’s top prize — Jane Campion for “The Piano” back in 1993 — Fremaux said two women, Cate Blanchett and Ursula Meier, will preside over the official competition and the Golden Camera juries this year.He said this year’s selection, which also includes Oscar-winning director Pawel Pawlikowski’s new film “Zimna Wojna” (Cold War), will help promote new faces.“There are some people one might not have expected to be there,” he said.Among those invited to compete are dissident Iranian film director Jafar Panahi for “Three Faces” and Russian filmmaker Kirill Serebrennikov.Panahi, who won the Golden Bear for best film in Berlin in 2015 but has been banned from leaving his country, was held in custody in 2010 for his criticism of Iran.Serebrennikov, who is now under house arrest in Russia, will compete with “Leto” (Summer), a movie depicting the life of a Soviet rock musician and the Leningrad underground music scene in the 1980’s.The competition at Cannes this year includes Lee’s “BlacKkKlansman,” which will open in theatres on Aug. 10 — the one-year anniversary of the violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, where white nationalists marched and a protester was killed.The film is about the real-life story of Ron Stallworth, a black police officer in Colorado who went undercover in 1978 to infiltrate the Ku Klux Klan. John David Washington plays Stallworth and Adam Driver plays his partner.Godard’s movie “Le Livre d’Image” (The Image Book) is described as a “revolutionary song in five chapters.”Fremaux also addressed the festival’s tense relationship with Netflix a day after Ted Sarandos, the company’s chief content officer, said the streaming giant was pulling its films from the French festival.Cannes had earlier banned any films without theatrical distribution in France from its top Palme d’Or competition, essentially ruling out Netflix movies. In France, films can’t be released on home entertainment platforms until 36 months after their theatrical release.“Despite appearances, we have a fruitful dialogue. Netflix is welcome in Cannes, let’s keep talking,” Fremaux said.The dispute, however, has prevented the restoration of Orson Welles’ unfinished movie “The Other Side of The Wind” from being included in the festival’s out-of-competition program this year.last_img read more

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