Aboriginal teen to be coached by Don Cherry

first_imgAPTN National NewsAn 18-year-old Aboriginal kid from northern Saskatchewan is going to be calling the legendary Don Cherry “coach” as he’s part of the upcoming NHL’s 2013 top prospects game next month.In the meantime, Eric Roy suited up with the WHL’s Brandon Wheat Kings to take on the Prince Albert Raiders this week.APTN National News reporter Larissa Burnouf was there.last_img

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Heres the scoop on sweet fundraiser

jpg, BR Zoey Rozak of Vancover gets ready to try a sundae on Sunday at the Lynn Valley Lions Club of Simcoe’s Ice Cream Fest fundraiser. Zoey was in Simcoe and Port Dover visiting family. Michelle Ruby Michele Langedyk (left), a member of the Lynn Valley Lions Club of Simcoe, gets some help making milkshakes from Sarah Kamping and Sophie Habl at Ice Cream Fest in Wellington Park on Sunday. Michelle Ruby Plastic spoon in hand and, quite possibly, eyes bigger than his stomach, eight-year-old Collin Mazur got ready to tuck into his giant dessert.“Look out best ice cream sundae ever, here I come,” declared the Simcoe youngster as he launched into several scoops of vanilla overflowing with toppings.Collin and his mom, Carrie Mazur, were among the first visitors at the Lynn Valley Lions Club’s 21st annual Ice Cream Fest in Wellington Park on Sunday.Just after 11 a.m., Mazur said it was too early for her to eat a heaping bowl of sweets but Collin couldn’t wait.“He was so anxious to get here. He wanted to bring his own candy, too – for extra toppings.”There was no need. The Lions were offering more than 30 options: jujubes, gummy bears, jelly tots, ginger snaps, mini chocolate chip cookies and gum balls among them. The club spends about $2,000 on sweet fixings.It’s all about creating an ice cream work of art, said Lions member Bob Townsend.“It’s like a Picasso or a Pollock. It might look like a splattered mess at first but it’s a masterpiece at the end,” he said.“The kids love the do-it-yourself topping bar.”The first Ice Cream Fest was in 1998, a year after the Lynn Valley Lions Club was established, when Good Humor, now Unilever Good Humor-Breyers on Union Street, approached the club about starting a fundraiser.Since then, the company has been supplying all the festival’s ice cream for free.“We expect to serve 4,000 to 5,000 sundaes over the weekend,” said Townsend.For the first time this year, the club was also offering milkshakes.All the money raised at the festival goes toward organizations supported by the club, including McMaster Children’s Hospital, Norfolk General Hospital, various children’s camps and other local needs that arise throughout the year, said Townsend.Ice Cream Fest is one of a trio of major fundraisers organized by the Lions Club, along with a Good Friday fish fry and Journey for Sight held in June.The weekend festival also included vendors, amusement rides, a food truck and pony rides.Even though the Lynn Valley Lions has just 18 members, more than 40 people turned up to volunteer at Ice Cream Fest.“Everybody loves to come and help,” said Townsend. “It’s a lot of fun.” jpg, BR read more

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UN official deeply concerned about health of detained Palestinian hunger striker

“I am deeply concerned about the deteriorating health of Bilal Kayed,” said Robert Piper, UN Coordinator for Humanitarian Assistance and Development Aid in the occupied Palestinian territory, in a statement on Israel’s continued practice of administrative detention.Mr. Kayed has been on hunger strike for 67 days after being placed on administrative detention by Israeli authorities on the day of his scheduled release from imprisonment.“This is an egregious case,” Mr. Piper said.According to the statement, six other detainees, including journalist Omar Nazzal, are also on hunger strike in protest of their administrative detention and prolonged solitary confinement, and a further 100 Palestinians in prisons across Israel have undertaken hunger strikes in solidarity.“The number of administrative detainees is at an eight-year high,” said Mr. Piper, reiterating the UN’s long-standing position that all administrative detainees – Palestinian or Israeli – should be charged or released without delay. read more

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Access still an obstacle to reaching stricken communities on Indonesian island UN

UNICEF/UN0240349/WilanderFive-month-old Asifa Humaira is given milk by her mother in an evacuation tent on the RRI office yard on Jalan Kartini, East Lolu, Palu City, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia (2 October). “They’ve described this as the worst affected area,” said Matthew Cochrane. “All houses built along the coastline were swept away by the tsunami. Those who survived have sought shelter in the surrounding hills and their most urgent needs include emergency healthcare, shelter, blankets and diapers. There’s a lot of kids there apparently.”In coordination with the Government of Indonesia, IOM is preparing to send an aid convoy from the south of the island to the north, where needs are greatest.“Tomorrow morning, an 11-truck convoy will depart from Makassar carrying about 83,000 litres of water, in 19-litre plastic jugs that can be reused by the people in the area,” IOM spokesperson Paul Dillon said, adding the convoy was bound for  Donggala.Providing emergency healthcare is also challenging, according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), which said that around 2,500 people have been seriously injured in the disaster.“A lot of hospitals, clinics have been destroyed,” said spokesperson Jens Laerke. “So, if you are injured or wounded, you might have a lot of difficulty getting help there.”The earthquake and subsequent tsunami that struck Palu, Central Sulawesi, on 28 September are estimated to have destroyed 10,000 houses and damaged a further 55,000.  © UNICEF/Arimacs WilanderOn 3 October 2018 in Indonesia, the ruins of buildings damaged by a tsunami following an earthquake in Loli Pesua Village, Donggala Regency, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Many thousands of people are still too afraid to stay in their houses, especially at night, owing to the ongoing aftershocks. To help them, $15 million has already been released from the UN’s Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF).On Friday, OCHA announced the launch of a $50.5 million appeal for immediate relief activities, to complement the Government response.“The earthquake and tsunami effectively cut off much of Palu and Donggala for several days due to landslides and damage to infrastructure, and has created significant logistical and access challenges,” UN Resident Coordinator in Indonesia, Ms. Anita Nirody, said.“The Response Plan outlines not only the immediate relief items that the international humanitarian community will prioritize, but also the logistics support needed to get aid to all those who need it.” According to the Government of Indonesia, the official death toll has reached nearly 1,600 people, amid unconfirmed reports that more than 1,000 people have been buried in a housing complex, in the city of Palu, which suffered the full-force of the deadly tsunami wave.Drinking water has been identified as one of the most urgent needs in Donggala, one of the worst-affected districts on the island, along with shelter, healthcare and psychosocial support.In other areas, electricity has been restored and markets have reopened. In the most badly affected places, however, access is still a significant obstacle, said Paul Dillon, spokesperson for the International Organization for Migration (IOM): “Part of the problem is that the areas that are closest to the tsunami; where the tsunami hit hardest, are literally buried in mud.”“You have people circling those areas trying to get in but it’s literally inaccessible”, he said, adding that even standing just 200 metres from the remains of buildings “you can’t actually get into those areas because the mud is thigh- or waist-deep.”Help has now reached some of the worst-affected communities including in Sigi, Palu and Donggala districts. But needs remain critical according to rescuers, including in the town of Banawa, said a spokesperson for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).  read more

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Scholarships available for interpreting courses

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The Victorian Multicultural Commission is offering scholarships to study interpreting in 12 languages at RMIT University.Greek is one of the languages available, and students will be starting their course in 2015. Students must be permanent residents or Australian citizens to apply, and be fluent in English and in the language of choice.Those who are accepted into the scholarship program will receive $3,000 towards the Advanced Diploma of Interpreting.Students will be required to pay the rest of the course fees, which differ depending on eligibility for a government-subsidised place.Students who graduate the course and achieve at least 70 per cent in certain subjects will be eligible for Professional Interpreter accreditation through the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI). The Office of Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship will cover the cost of NAATI accreditation.There will be a number of information sessions on the scholarship program in October covering all languages. The full list of languages on offer are Burmese, Greek, Italian, Khmer, Macedonian, Polish, Rohingya, Samoan, Somali, Tamil, Turkish and Vietnamese.The first session will be on October 2 at 5:45pm at the Melbourne Multicultural Hub, 506 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne.The second will be in Dandenong on October 9, 5:45pm Dandenong New Council Offices, Level 2, 225 Lonsdale Street, Dandenong.The third will be in Mildura, October 21 at 6:00pm at the Sunraysia Mallee Ethnic Communities Council, 38-40 Madden Ave, Mildura.The fourth will be in Broadmeadows on October 23 at 5:45pm at the Hume Global Learning Centre, 1093 Pascoe Vale Road, Broadmeadows. You can register you attendance by emailing language.services@dpc.vic.gov.au and stating the language and session of your choice. For more information and to apply, visit http://multicultural.vic.gov.au/projects-and-initiatives/improving-langu…last_img read more

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Coburg West Primary to terminate Greek program in 2019

first_imgIn its September newsletter, Coburg West Primary School (CWPS) announced that Greek language teaching will not be included in its 2019 curriculum plan.Enrollment numbers are increasing, reaching full capacity, yet it is the same numbers that determine demand, from staffing needs to the programs that will be implemented by the school in the new year.“All these decisions around staffing and curriculum programs must be managed within the annual budget allocation we receive from the Government,” said CWPS Principal Mark Colagrande.“As such, it is fair to say it is a numbers game and a matter of balancing what is needed to best support all our students and provide them with the best possible education.“As a school, we have been discussing our future direction,” he stressed, adding that the board has identified the need to improve certain subjects, like Science and Digital Technologies, but also came to the realisation that they had to terminate others.“Part of this planning process has also meant that we have had to evaluate existing programs,” he said.“One aspect we have been examining is that we offer two languages. As a school, we have a long history of strongly supported language programs; unfortunately, this is no longer the case for the Greek program. While for many years, it was purely a Mother Tongue program, in more recent years it has become a program of choice.”For most of the school’s 101 years, upon enrolling, students and their families had the option of choosing between Italian and Greek. Over the years, numbers have varied and dropped and according to the CWPS’s most recent data, there have been recent years with as few as six students choosing Greek.According to Mr Colagrande, at present, only 21 per cent of CWPS’s total enrollments have also enrolled in the Greek language program.“That is less than a quarter of our total student population,” he outlined in the newsletter, and went on to explain that while a definitive decision has not yet been made, it has become evident that it is no longer a viable program for the school to keep running.“It has become clear that these resources (financial, physical, staff etc) could be better directed to programs that benefit all students of CWPS,” Mr Colagrande continued.“This is not a decision we are making lightly, as we understand the strong history the Greek program has had in our school. In fact, having started my teaching career as a language teacher at this school, I am a firm believer of the benefits of language learning for all students. As such, we are investigating other options to try to keep our current students involved in a Greek language program outside of regular school time.“I felt it important to share this with the community as a whole, as you need to be aware of why such decisions are made. As mentioned, we are investigating other options and I will keep you informed as to the progress of this process,” the principal concluded.The announcement has troubled some of the parents who are already enrolled in the school (mainly of Greek background) whose children have taken up Greek language classes in previous years.Neos Kosmos will be following up on the school’s decision. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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Antidote to Deadly Box Jellyfish Venom Discovered

first_img Noodle-Fingered Robot Helps Study Marine AnimalsWatch: Playful Dolphin ‘Juggles’ Jellyfish in Denmark Stay on target It’s one of the deadliest creatures on Earth: The infamous box jellyfish developed its powerful venom to be so overpoweringly painful, human victims have been known to go into shock or die of heart failure within minutes of a sting.But researchers are closing in on an antidote to the venom of this much-feared creature, which carries enough venom to kill more than 60 humans.Scientists from the University of Sydney have identified an antidote to the venom of the Chironex fleckeri (the bigger of the two types of box jellyfish) that blocks the symptoms of a sting if administered to the skin within 15 minutes after contact.The antidote was shown to work on human cells outside the body and then tested effectively on live mice. Researchers now hope to develop a topical application for humans.Box jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri) wounds to leg. (Photo Credit: Auscape / UIG via Getty Images)“We were looking at how the venom works, to try to better understand how it causes pain. Using new CRISPR genome editing techniques we could quickly identify how this venom kills human cells. Luckily, there was already a drug that could act on the pathway the venom uses to kill cells, and when we tried this drug as a venom antidote on mice, we found it could block the tissue scarring and pain related to jellyfish stings,” said Associate Professor Greg Neely. “It is super exciting.”The study, published in the journal Nature Communications, used CRISPR whole genome editing to identify how the venom works. Genome editing is a technology that allows scientists to add, remove or alter genetic material in an organism’s DNA.In the study, the researchers took a vat of millions of human cells and knocked out a different human gene in each one. Then they added the box jellyfish venom — which kills cells at high doses — and looked for cells that survived. From the whole genome screening, the researchers identified human factors that are required for the venom to work.“The jellyfish venom pathway we identified in this study requires cholesterol, and since there are lots of drugs available that target cholesterol, we could try to block this pathway to see how this impacted venom activity. We took one of those drugs, which we know is safe for human use, and we used it against the venom, and it worked,” said Dr Raymond (Man-Tat) Lau, lead author on the paper. “It’s a molecular antidote.”Lau said he hasn’t seen a study like this for any other venom.“We know the drug will stop the necrosis, skin scarring and the pain completely when applied to the skin,” said Neely, who is the senior author on the paper. “We don’t know yet if it will stop a heart attack.”Found in coastal waters in northern Australia and into the waters around the Philippines, the box jellyfish is extremely dangerous. They don’t just float, they can actively swim, jetting at up to four knots through the water. A box jellyfish has about 60 tentacles that can grow up to 10 feet long, and each tentacle has millions of microscopic hooks filled with venom.Current recommended first aid for a box jelly sting is dousing the area with vinegar. CPR may also be needed to keep the heart beating. (Photo Credit: Auscape / UIG via Getty Images)There are two types of box jellyfish, the Irukandji, which is tiny, and the Chironex fleckeri, which is almost 10 feet long. “We studied the biggest, most venomous and scary one,” said Neely. “Our drug works on the big beast. We don’t know yet if it works on other jellyfish, but we know it works on the most-deadly one.”Currently, the recommended first aid for a box jelly sting is dousing the area with vinegar for 30 seconds or running very hot water over the affected area for 20 minutes. If it’s a major sting, continuous CPR is needed to keep the heart beating.“Our antidote is a medicine that blocks the venom,” said Neely. “You need to get it onto the site within 15 minutes. In our study, we injected it. But the plan would be a spray or a topical cream. The argument against a cream is when you are stung it leaves lots of little stingers in you so if you rub the cream on it might be squeezing more venom into you. But if you spray, it could neutralize what’s left outside of your body.”Neely and his team are now looking for potential partners to work on making the medicine available to the public.More on Geek.com:Mysterious Sea Squirt Spotted in the Deepest Part of the Indian OceanThis Jellyfish-Like Has a ‘Transient Anus’ That Only Appears When NeededGirl Accidentally Brings Home Deadly Blue-Ringed Octopuslast_img read more

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24yearold youth from Karaya drowns while bathing in Digha

first_imgKolkata: A 24-year-old youth from Karaya in Kolkata drowned while bathing in Digha. His body was recovered on Wednesday morning.Police said the victim, Azhar Ali, was a resident of Karaya. He went to Digha with six other friends on Tuesday.He drowned while bathing on Tuesday. His friends sought help of the police. Policemen from Digha police station initiated a search. They found the body in Old Digha on Wednesday morning. The body was sent for an autopsy. Police are trying to find out how he drowned. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsIn another incident at Regent Park in Kolkata, a class XII student, Sanjay Saha, drowned while bathing in a pond.Locals informed police that he went missing. Police searched all the places in the area. They finally searched the pond and fished out his body. Police sent the body for an autopsy and initiated a probe in this connection. He was a resident of Anandapalli at Regent Park and the incident took place in a pond close to his house.last_img read more

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CTLInfo displays all trusted and untrusted certificates in Windows

first_imgCTLInfo displays all trusted and untrusted certificates in Windows by Martin Brinkmann on October 05, 2018 in Software – Last Update: October 08, 2018 – 6 commentsCTLInfo is a free portable software program for Microsoft Windows devices that displays certificate information in Windows.While Windows users and administrators may use the Certificate Manager to display certificates by loading certmgr.msc on a device running Windows,  it is certainly not the best tool for the job due to the way it separates certificates into different groups.CTLInfo, the CTL stands for Certificate Trust List, is a third-party program for all versions of Microsoft’s Windows operating system starting with Windows Vista that displays information about certificates in a different way.CTLInfo ReviewYou can run the program directly as it is portable and does not require installation. The application displays an overview on start; the overview includes the number of certificates on the trusted and untrusted Certificate Trust List, and time & date the contents were modified. You will also find the raw file size for trusted and untrusted CTL, the sequence number, and the last update check time and & date.Microsoft set up Windows to check for certificate updates automatically. The operating system checks for Trusted CTL updates once a week and for Untrusted CTL updates once a day.The application displays a “force” button in the interface but it was not usable when I ran it.A click on details in the interface lists all certificates in a handy list format.The listing provides a useful overview of all trusted certificates. The only option that is provided is to use copy to copy the selection to the clipboard. I’d like to see options to find specific entries in the listing or export the entire list directly.Windows admins don’t need to use a third-party program to list all certificates on the system in a handy format. PowerShell provides an option to display the information. The command dir cert: -Recurse returns certificates and you may combine it with Where-Object to return only specific certificates, e.g. dir cert: -Recurse | Where-Object { $_.FriendlyName -like “*DigiCert*” }. (see this post for additional information)Closing WordsCTLInfo is a tiny portable program for Windows that you can run to display certificate update and storage information, and list all certificates of the trusted list. The program lacks options to do anything with the data other than copy it to the clipboard at this point in time.Summary12345 Author Ratingno rating based on 0 votes Software Name CTLInfoOperating System WindowsSoftware Category SecurityLanding Page https://www.trustprobe.com/fs1/apps.html Advertisementlast_img read more

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Peak Design goes back to Kickstarter to launch 299 travel backpack

first_imgMeet the Travel Backpack 45L. It’s Peak Design’s latest creation and the company just launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring it to life. This product marks the eighth Kickstarter campaign for Peak Design — all of which have been wildly successful.Peak Design turned to Kickstarter in 2014 to launch the first generation of its Capture camera clip. Over 5,200 people pledged support to bring that product to life. Since then, Peak Design used Kickstarter to launch several camera straps and mounts and, most notably, the Everyday Backpack, Tote and Sling, which saw pledges from 26,000 people for over $6 million. Peak Design collected over $15 million in pledges through its seven previous Kickstarter campaigns and is now the most active crowdfunded company — miss you, Pebble.Crowdfunding is deeply lodged into the Peak Design’s ethos, the company tells me. For one, Peak Design feels crowdfunding helps with the costs associated with bringing new products to market. The company offers pre-sale discounts through Kickstarter campaigns, which covers the costs of the product and lets the company use the extra to develop the next product. Second, Peak Design says it leverages the two-way communication Kickstarter provides to tweak product design, clean up messaging and ensure a high-level customer experience.The $299 Travel Backpack 45L is the company’s largest bag to date and is designed with a traveler in mind. The bag is constructed from 400D weather nylon and the inside is coated to provide additional water resistance. The bag has compression and expansion straps to let it grow or shrink as needed. A bevy of lockable zippers and access points seem to be positioned in a smart way around the bag.TechCrunch loves Peak Design’s Everyday Backpack. Several of us use it as our everyday bag. Both sizes can handle a 15-inch MacBook Pro and they have the right mix of storage and access. I trust this new bag was designed with a similar level of competency.Along with the backpack, Peak Design also released a series of packing cubes, each designed to address a different travel need. These are sold separately from the Travel Backpack and start at $29.95. There are six different types: standard packing cubes, a toiletry bag, an electronic bag, a camera bag, a shoe pouch, and a rain cover that’s made out of 200D rip-stop nylon.What’s Peak Design Founder and CEO Peter Dering’s favorite part of the new bag?“The entire back panel,” he says. “Not only does it beautifully conceal all the straps, it’s also got a beautiful grab handle that, for some reason I don’t understand, just makes you feel like a badass when you use it. It kind of feels like when Neo grabs that bag of guns in the Matrix, only my bag is full of drones, mirrorless cameras, and underwear. We’re all in agreement that any character Keanu Reeves plays is an aspirational character, right?”I guess he’s right.The $299 Travel Backpack 45L and packing cubes are available for pre-order on Kickstarter now and the company expects them to be in major retailers by the holiday season.Bag design with Peak Design[embedded content]last_img read more

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New exhibition features trans models showcasing diversity in femininity

first_imgGAYSTARNEWS- A new exhibition is shining a spotlight on trans models and focussing on the limitless diversity in femininity. Read the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/new-exhibition-features-trans-models-showcasing-diversity-in-femininity/ eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Photo: Allie Crewe Photography / suppliedcenter_img UK-based photographer Allie Crewe opens her You Brought Your Own Light exhibition in Manchester tomorrow (27 July).The nine-week exhibition at Manchester Central Library is entitled You Brought Your Own Light.The name came from one of the trans models, Jude, asking Crewe how she made the light to look so good on the photos Crewe took of her.Photo: Allie Crewe Photography / suppliedCrewe simply replied: ‘You brought your own light’ and explained she didn’t manipulate the light or edit the photos at all.‘I aim to shoot the light within,’ she told Gay Star News. ‘Do you know what the word photography means? To paint with light.’Crewe added: ‘These portraits feel very intimate.’‘Show me your story using your body, hands, eyes’Allie Crewe says she loves stories about transformations.While she doesn’t personally identify as transgender, she says her interest in these narratives is personal because they ‘mirror’ her life.She revealed: ‘My childhood was one of severe sexual and physical abuse.’Crewe also had big dreams of an artistic career for her future, but gave into pressure and gave it up for a more ‘sensible’ path in life.When she realized she wasn’t happy, she made a change in her life for the better and started attending film school at night. She also found a great teacher and mentor in Aj Wilkinson.Photo: Allie Crewe Photography / suppliedCrewe said: ‘The stories of these trans women were very different to mine but the parallels are striking. We all lived the wrong life and we were all transforming.She added: ‘We knew the darkness within us.’Crewe then explained: ‘I used my camera to explore each woman’s narrative. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… ‘I asked my models to sit for me – to come as themselves and to drop the mask we wear to carry us through life. Show me your story using your body, hands, eyes.‘I wondered if they would be too frightened but they found it empowering to be seen and valued for their true selves.‘I love the challenging gaze they gave to my lens. In January 2018 Sparkle got in touch to ask if I would collaborate with them,’ she said.Empowering trans peopleAlongside each photo is a story from each trans model.Crewe said she wanted to explore the stories of trans women through authenticity.So she enlisted the help of Olivia Fisher, who identifies as transgender. Fisher compiled and edited the stories of the trans models.One model said: ‘The only real choice in transitioning is between living as your true self or not living at all.’Another commented: ‘The liberation of being true to myself is like getting my head above water after my lungs have been burning and screaming for air.’Photo: Allie Crewe Photography / suppliedAt the start of this year, transgender charity Sparkle contacted Crewe to ask about a collaboration.Sparkle is a national transgender charity that organizes the Sparkle Weekend celebration in Manchester in July each year. They also hold a series of events throughout the year to actively promote fundraising and trans awareness.Crewe agreed to the collaboration and even became the official photographer for Sparkle Weekend this year.The proceeds for the exhibition go to Sparkle to help them continue the work they do.For more information on the exhibition, visit the Manchester Central Library website.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us .last_img read more

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first_img News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more News | PACS | June 26, 2019 Mini-PACS Solution for Image Management and Workflow Optimization ImageGrid Mini is a feature-rich, reliable and cost-effective image management and workflow optimization solution, pr read more McKesson’s enterprise medical imaging solutions, including Horizon Medical Imaging, Horizon Radiology Manager and Horizon Cardiology among others, can help end-users speed the entire diagnostic process, from order entry to results distribution, and increase billing accuracy and efficiency. Not only directly affecting the bottom line, but providing better, safer patient care. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Technology | Enterprise Imaging | July 05, 2019 Hyland Healthcare Adds ImageNext Imaging Workflow Optimizer to Enterprise Imaging Suite Hyland Healthcare is launching ImageNext, a vendor-neutral imaging workflow optimizer that combines intelligent imaging… read more Technology | October 27, 2008 Enterprise Image Management Encompasses Radiology, Cardiology News | Enterprise Imaging | July 29, 2019 Philips Announces 10-year Enterprise Informatics Agreement With Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Nancy Philips and Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire (CHRU) de Nancy, a leading academic hospital in the Grand Est… read more News | Enterprise Imaging | June 27, 2019 Ambra Health Announces Integration With Box Ambra Health announced an integration with Box to enable the sharing of medical imaging directly from within Box’s… read more News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more Related Content Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | July 02, 2019 Konica Minolta Healthcare Partners With DiA Imaging Analysis for AI-based Cardiac Ultrasound Analysis DiA Imaging Analysis has partnered with Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas Inc. to expand analysis capabilities of… read more Feature | Information Technology | June 27, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Smart Algorithm Extracts Data from Radiology Reports Radiology reports may contain information essential to figuring out a patient’s condition. read more News | PACS | July 02, 2019 Laurel Bridge and 3M M*Modal Partner to Improve DICOM Structured Reporting July 2, 2019 — Laurel Bridge Software announced an expanded relationship with 3M M*Modal, a provider of clinical docu read more last_img read more

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first_img Comments   Share   Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away “It’s intense,” quarterback John Skelton said of therivalry. “It’s probably as good as anyone in football.”The 49ers are 8-1 and running away with the NFC Westdivision. The Cardinals have been playing good football asof late, winning their past two after a six-game losingstreak. “It’s going to be a true challenge for us, they’re playinggreat football,” wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald said,“arguably the best team in the game right now, so we knowwhat we have in front of us.”The Cardinals are confident they can end the 49ers seven-game winning streak if they stick to the game plan.“It’s going to be very critical that we go intoCandlestick and pay attention to details, win the one onone battles, and if we do those things and continuepreparing out here Wednesday through Saturday I believe wehave a pretty good chance to win,” rookie cornerbackPatrick Peterson said. Top Stories center_img What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke The Cardinals have won two games in a row but the pastfour games against the San Fransisco 49ers have resultedin a loss.“They’ve had success against us the last couple of yearsand that’s hard with your pride,” head coach KenWhisenhunt said. “There is no question that our guys wantto go in and play well against them.”The rivalry between the two teams is as high as ever,despite San Fransisco’s recent dominance. D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’last_img read more

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Cyta market share continues to shrink regulator says

first_imgWhen the government decided to withdraw its draft bill on the privatisation of state-telecom Cyta last year, the company lost more ground to its competitors, the telecommunications regulator said on Wednesday.The Cyprus Telecommunications Authority, as the government owned corporation is officially known, saw its market share in the number of mobile phone users fall to 58 per cent in December, the lowest since 2009, from 60 per cent in June and 62 per cent in December 2015, the regulatory authority for telecommunications and postal services said on its website. In June 2009, Cyta’s market share in mobile phone users was 81 per cent.MTN’s share of mobile phone users rose in December to 34 per cent from 33 per cent in June and 32 per cent in December 2015, the regulator said. Primetel was also successful in increasing its market share to 6.7 per cent in December from 5.8 per cent in June and 4.9 per cent in December 2015. The market share of other providers such as LemonTel and CallSat rose marginally and remained below 1 per cent.MTN and Primetel won market share in December both in terms of number of mobile telephony contract subscribers and prepaid service users at the expense of Cyta, the regulator said. Cyta’s share in contract subscribers fell to 60 per cent in December from 65 per cent in December 2015, while that of MTN and Primetel rose to 32 per cent and 7.9 per cent from 29 per cent and 5.7 per cent respectively.Cyta’s share in prepaid service users shrank to 55 per cent at the end of 2016 from 58 per cent a year before, while that of MTN and Primetel rose to 38 per cent and 5.2 per cent from 36 per cent and 4 per cent respectively, the telecommunications regulator said.In December, the number of total contract subscribers in Cyprus rose in December an annual 6.5 per cent to 648,184 while that of prepaid service users fell 3.4 per cent to 485,596, the regulator said. The total number of mobile phone users rose 2 per cent to 1,133,780.Finance minister Harris Georgiades said on Monday that the government would make another attempt towards Cyta’s privatisation this year by selling a minority package.Cyta generated a profit of €58.9m after tax in 2015, compared to a net profit of €47.6m in 2014.You May LikeLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Search For 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsUndoHeart Failure Treatment | Search AdsThe Early Signs Of Heart Failure. Search Acute Heart Failure TreatmentHeart Failure Treatment | Search AdsUndoFigLeaf Beta AppFigLeaf brings You 3 Easy Steps to Privacy on Your Terms…FigLeaf Beta AppUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoIsraeli rape suspects freed, woman who alleged assault arrested (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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Remnants from north oil spill being dealt with swiftly

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