EMPLOYABLE ME TO PREMIERE IN CANADA ON AMITV AUGUST 11

first_imgAdvertisement Throughout the series the cast will focus on their strengths and explore their inherent talents with the help of experts in the medical and employment fields. The journey isn’t always easy but each individual is determined to overcome their challenges, help change employers’ perceptions and land a coveted job that they’re passionate about.“It truly is an honour to be able to tell these stories and produce this program,” says Thomas Howe, President and Executive Producer at THA. “Many of the featured individuals have been looking for a job for years to no avail. This show is genuinely life-changing for the job seekers as well as the visionary companies willing to take a chance on them.”In order to be accessible for individuals living with vision loss, Employable Me features Integrated Described Video, where description is incorporated during the production phase, eliminating the need for a secondary audio track.Employable Me is produced by THA in partnership with AMI and TVO, and is licensed by all3media international.The series will air on AMI-tv with back to back episodes on August 11, 18 and 25 at 9 and 10 p.m. ET and PT. The full series will be re-broadcast on September 3 from 3 to 9 p.m. Full episodes of Employable Me will be available online at ami.ca. Advertisement Login/Register With: Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Accessible Media Inc. (AMI) announced today that it will air the Canadian edition of Employable Me, a moving documentary series featuring job seekers who are determined to show that having a physical disability or neurological condition shouldn’t make them unemployable.Produced by Thomas Howe Associates Inc. (THA), the six-part series provides an honest and emotional look at the challenges that individuals of varying abilities face in the job market. Each one-hour episode features two job seekers living with vision loss or a neurological condition such as Tourette Syndrome, Asperger Syndrome, Down Syndrome or ADHD.“We’re thrilled to have Employable Me debut on AMI-tv,” says John Melville, Vice-President of Programming and Production. “The series has already found success in the UK and we strongly believe that there are a number of compelling stories to share from determined and talented job seekers right in our own backyard.” Twitter Advertisementlast_img read more

Dustin Bird an honour student and quarterback with dreams of becoming an

first_imgAPTN National NewsThe family o f a slain teenager from northern Saskatchewan say he was a good kid and loved by many.Dustin Bird, 17, was an honour student when he was shot and killed last week on the Lac La Ronge Indian Band.APTN’s Larissa Burnouf has more on the story.last_img

LS polls Cops crack down on illicit liquor weapons

first_imgNew Delhi: With the Lok Sabha polls around the corner, the Delhi Police has started a crackdown on the illegal weapons, liquors in the city. In a crime review meeting, the Delhi Police Commissioner also reviewed the progress report of the weekly monitoring items for forthcoming general elections.Police sources told Millennium Post from December 24, 2018 to February 21 this year, 39245.84 litres of illicit liquors, 28 can beer and 110 beer bottles were recovered. The law enforcement agency also recovered 304 knives, 254 live and 11 empty cartridges. In a crime review meeting, the top cop Amulya Patnaik reviewed the weekly progress report of the recoveries of these items. “He also told senior officers that there should stern action against misuse of vehicles, loudspeakers and other electoral malpractices,” sources further added. According to Delhi Police data from December 2018 to February 10, as many as 31,186 calls were received regarding loudspeakers. As many as 53 arms were deposited and 914 were verified. In the meeting, the discussion was also made to review and assessment of all licensed arms holders and deposition. Sources further said that during the period from December 24, 2018 to February 21, more than 15,000 vehicles were checked. As many as 791 actions were taken under CrPc whereas under DP Act 10,678 actions were taken. In the meeting, the discussion also focussed on the list of persons involved in booth capturing, impersonation, intimidation of voters in the past two elections. “Focus was also given on special drive against history sheeters, proclaimed absconders and fugitive criminals,” sources said. Police claimed that as many as 9,179 history sheets are on record. In the current year, 106 history sheets were opened and 106 are under process. According to Delhi Police, they have taken several initiatives to curb crime which includes patrolling and picket checking. “In 988 pickets (314–permanent and 674–temporary) more than 42,000 buses and TSR and 2,45,732 two-wheelers were checked till the last few weeks of February,” sources said. The picket staff had recovered 46 firearms, while 97 firearms were recovered by beat staff and 229 firearms by other staff.last_img read more

Morocco Wellpositioned to Attract Indonesian Investors Minister

Rabat – Minister for Energy, Mines, Water and the Environment, Abdelkader Amara, called on Wednesday in Rabat Indonesian investors to explore the investment opportunities offered in Morocco, notably in the sector of energy.The call was made during a meeting between Amara and Indonesia’s Ambassador to Morocco Endang Dwi Syarief Syamsuri, the Ministry said in a statement.In this regard, Amara said that Indonesian enterprises are welcome to respond to the international tenders in the field of energy in Morocco. He said the sector of energy will offer investment opportunities worth 36 billion dollars in the upcoming years.The meeting was also an opportunity to overview the national strategy for energy and the rehabilitation of the mines sector. read more

Darfur military component of UNAfrican Union force reaches over 60 per cent

23 December 2008The joint African Union-United Nations mission in the strife-torn Darfur region of Sudan received an additional 45 troops today, bringing the number of military staff to 12,242 – just over 60 per cent of the total military component of the force. However, this is still far short of the 26,000 uniformed personnel, including police, expected at full deployment. The peacekeeping force, known as UNAMID, was set up by the Security Council last year to protect civilians in Darfur, where an estimated 300,000 people have been killed and another 2.7 million have been displaced from their homes since rebels began fighting Government forces and allied militiamen, known as the Janjaweed, in 2003. While the Council authorized a force of about 26,000 uniformed personnel, only some 10,000 have been deployed so far, and senior UN officials have repeatedly called on countries to supply the remaining troops and equipment needed. In his latest report on UNAMID, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon wrote that fighting on the western flank of Sudan “and displacement continue, humanitarian operations are at risk, clashes between the parties occur with regrettable regularity and the parties have not reached a negotiated peace agreement.” In this environment, he added, the peacekeeping mission is hampered by a severely under-deployed force.The 45 members of the Ethiopian Medium Transport Company that arrived in West Darfur will primarily support the distribution of cargo between sector logistics bases, the movement of bulk cargo, including water and fuel tankers, and provide transport capabilities. The remaining 80 personnel are expected to arrive later this week. Ethiopia’s contribution to UNAMID includes an Ethiopian Engineering Unit, one Infantry Battalion and one Multi-Role Logistics Company. read more

Over 270000 pedestrians killed on roads every year – UN agency

More than 270,000 pedestrians lose their lives on roads each year, the United Nations health agency said today, calling on Governments to improve traffic safety.According to the World Health Organization (WHO), pedestrian casualties account for 22 per cent of the total 1.24 million road traffic deaths. To draw attention to the needs of pedestrians and generate action to protect them, WHO organized the Second UN Global Road Safety Week, which kicks off on 6 May with events in 70 countries.“The Second United Nations Global Road Safety Week offers an opportunity to highlight the myriad challenges that pedestrians face around the world each and every day,” said WHO Assistant Director-General of Noncommunicable Diseases and Mental Health, Oleg Chestnov. “We are all pedestrians, and Governments should put in place measures to better protect all of us. This will not only save lives, but create the conditions needed to make walking safe. When roads are safe, people will walk more, and this in turn will improve health and protect the environment,” he said, echoing the theme of Road Safety Week, “Make Walking Safe.” Pedestrians are among the most vulnerable road users. Studies indicate that males, both children and adults, make up a high proportion of pedestrian deaths and injuries. In developed countries, older pedestrians are more at risk, while in low-income and middle-income countries, children and young adults are often affected. Children and adults with disabilities suffer higher rates of injury as pedestrians compared to their non-disabled peers.“More than 5,000 pedestrians are killed on the world’s roads each week. This is because their needs have been neglected for decades, often in favour of motorized transport,” said the WHO Director of the Department of Violence and Injury Prevention and Disability, Etienne Krug. “We need to rethink the way we organize our transport systems to make walking safe and save pedestrian lives.”WHO and its partners also released a road safety manual for decision-makers and practitioners, which promotes a combining enforcement, engineering and education measures such as: adopting new laws to reduce speeding, curb drinking and driving, decrease mobile phone use, improve roadway lighting and put in place infrastructure that separates pedestrians from traffic.The agency also contributes to achieve the goal of to the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020. Launched in May 2011 by Governments across the world, the Decade of Action aims to save 5 million lives and seeks to build road safety management capacity in countries, improve the safety of roads and vehicles, enhance the behaviour of all road users and strengthen post-crash care. read more

Interim CAECO directors appointed

Camille Rutherford and Candace FiggProfessors Candace Figg and Camille Rutherford from the Faculty of Education will spend a year as acting co-directors for Brock’s Centre for Adult Education and Community Outreach (CAECO).Figg stepped in as acting director on July 1 as Sharon Abbey, CAECO director, began a one-year sabbatical. In January, Rutherford will take over for another six-month stretch.The appointments were recently announced by Fiona Blaikie, Dean, Faculty of Education.“I am delighted that Drs. Candace Figg and Camille Rutherford have agreed to serve as acting co-directors,” Blaikie said. “Their scholarly and experiential expertise in technology education, in adult education, and their involvement in CAECO thus far positions both Drs. Figg and Rutherford extremely well to keep CAECO moving forward with curriculum and program development and ongoing expansion.”Figg and Rutherford are well qualified to oversee the Centre and its Adult Education programs over the next year, Abbey said.“This is a great fit for us,” she said. “Candace and Camille have both served on the CAECO Program Advisory Committee and have recently developed Adult Education courses to increase our elective offerings.”In January, Rutherford facilitated the launch of a new elective that she developed titled “Introduction to Leadership Theory in Adult Learning.” The course was delivered via Sakai and Elluminate Live!, a web-based virtual environment.“It has been a pleasure to work with the CAECO team in the past,” Rutherford said. “I look forward to working closely with their outstanding support staff and being a part of their ongoing success.”Figg has also developed an elective, “Adult Learning with Technology,” that will be offered for the first time next year. The course will offer participants an opportunity to learn how to teach adults online using learning management systems, social networks, and digital/Web 2.0 tools.“In the five years I have served on the advisory committee for CAECO, the staff, facilitators and curriculum developers stand out for their commitment to the quality and rigor of the courses being offered,” Figg said. “ I hope that my background in distance education and technology education will be useful in maintaining the quality and uniqueness of the program.”Brock has offered the BEd in Adult Education programming since 1993 with courses offered online and face-to-face in 20 communities across Ontario. Students study part time to complete the degree program or the certificate program.“The ADED program is uniquely positioned at Brock to provide educational opportunities to a diverse group of learners,” Figg said. “The fact that the program uses a variety of delivery options — face-to-face at Brock and other campuses in Ontario, or totally online — means that there are courses that meet the learning needs of any student interested in how adults learn.” read more

Motherofthree walks free after being accused of lacing husbands chilli with drugs

first_imgDuring the trial, her barrister Derek Barry accused Mr Maasdorp of “putting a very small amount of medication into your own chilli to make a false allegation against Roberta”.  Roberta MaasdorpCredit:TIM STEWART NEWS LIMITED Roberta Maasdorp, who is accused of lacing her husband Peter Maasdorp's chilli con carne with a cocktail of drugs  Roberta Maasdorp A mother-of-three was found not guilty of slipping a cocktail of drugs into her husband’s chilli con carne after he threatened to file for divorce.A jury at Croydon Crown Court took less than 40 minutes to clear Roberta Maasdorp of administering a poison with intent.  The alleged incident took place on August 11 2015, when her husband Peter arrived home from his shift at the Princess Royal University Hospital in Orpington, at 10pm. He claimed: “When I took a mouthful of the food, there was quite a distinct chemical taste to the food, it was chilli con carne that evening that was prepared by Roberta,” he said. “It had a very acidic taste to it, very chemical. “I spat the food out on to the plate that I had with me, then went to the bathroom to go and wash my mouth out.”Mr Maasdorp had been questioned by police about allegations that he had assaulted his wife on the day before the alleged poisoning, but this was dropped when he said he had been on a training course that day, the court heard. John Evison, prosecuting, told Croydon Crown Court that Mrs Maasdorp had told police her husband had added the drugs to the food himself in order to frame her. “She accepted she had made the chilli con carne and bought the ingredients, but denied lacing the food with drugs,” he said.  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. Mrs Maasdorp claimed her husband was angry because she had reported him to the police the day before for assaulting her. “He had the motive – revenge – for having to go to the police station”, said Mr Barry. “And he would have had access to his wife’s drugs.”Mrs Maasdorp later told police that she did not trust her husband.“I’ve been away for a few days because I am scared for my safety,” she said. Following the acquittal, Recorder Simon Sterling refused to make a restraining order preventing Mrs Maasdorp from going to the family home unless he was given more evidence that it was necessary. She has now moved out to Forest Hill and her husband has custody of their two younger daughters, the court heard. Mrs Maasdorp denied and was found not guilty of administering a poison with intent.   Roberta Maasdorp was found not guilty by a juryCredit:TIM STEWART NEWSlast_img read more

Popular Trini Soca Singer Benjai injured in Guyana

Rodney Le Blanc who is fondly known ‘Benjai’Popular Soca Singer, ‘Benjai’ whose real name is Rodney Le Blanc has returned to his hometown in Trinidad and Tobago to nurse wounds to his face which he allegedly acquired after being hit with a bottle outside of Palm Court just after performing on Sunday morning.Based on reports received, the singer had just finished performing at the club and was standing outside, mingling with fans.However, as patrons were leaving the event, a motor car reportedly reversed very close to the singer and his group.  As such, someone reportedly tapped on the trunk of the vehicle to alert the driver than he should stop.This “helpful gesture” however was reportedly met with the driver of the motor vehicle, along with his friends, exiting and hurling profanities to the group.Benjai was allegedly seen trying to calm the irate man and his friends down, but this only resulted in one of the men hitting the singer to his face with a beer bottle, which broke during the action.The singer was rushed to a medical facility where he endured over 25 stitches to his face.A report was made but Inews was unable to confirm whether anyone is presently in police custody. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedWanted bulletin issued for man who assaulted Trini soca artiste ‘Benjai’May 9, 2017In “Crime”Maverick charged for shooting at pregnant lover, sisterMay 12, 2017In “Maverick charged for shooting at pregnant lover”Attempted murder charge slapped against Imran Khan for Palm Court beatingNovember 1, 2018In “Court” read more

Mens EHF CL Round 8 Fantastic Jurecki silenced the Veszprem Arena

Men’s EHF CLMichal JureckiMKB VeszpremVive Targi Kielce One of the most noisy hall in Handball, “Veszprem Arena” was silenced tonight by fantastic performance of the Polish vice-champions, Vive Targi Kielce. Polish team with 5-1 defense destroyed Hungarian attack in the second half. 24:21 (12:13) and led by fantastic Michal Jurecki (9) took very important points for the EHF CL TOP 16 placement.Goalscorers: Gulyás 5, Császár 5, Vujin 5, Pérez 3, Korazija 1, Vilovszki 1, Iváncsik G. 1,M. Jurecki 9, Zeljko Musa 4, Jachlewski 3, Olafsson 2, Jurasik 2, R. Stojkovic 2, Buntic 2source: vivetargi.pl ← Previous Story Partizan has no pressure in Copenhagen: Without respect for the favorite Next Story → Men’s EHF CL (Round 8): No winner in Balkan derby – Atletico Madrid a Group Winner read more

iOS 5 WiFi Sync may have been inspired by an indie developer

first_imgWhen Apple unveiled all of the new features coming in iOS 5 this fall when it’s released to users, one of the biggest is Wi-Fi Sync. Finally, iOS devices will be able to synchronize photos, music, and video with other iOS and Mac OS systems without having to connect to them physically. The trouble is, one developer already wrote an app to do just that… and had it rejected by Apple when he submitted it.Greg Hughes, a college student at the University of Birmingham in the UK, wrote an app called “Wi-Fi Sync” back in 2009. He submitted the app to Apple, and Apple rejected it from the App Store. They did, however, call Hughes to congratulate him on his achievement – they were impressed with the app and how it resolved the wireless syncing issue that many iPhone users complained about. However, they cited “security concerns” and told Hughes he couldn’t list it in the iTunes App Store.AdChoices广告Hughes then went to the Cydia store instead, posted his app there for the tidy price of $9.99, and even though only jailbroken iPhones could download and use it, he still made a good bit of money from it. Now, Apple has rolled the exact same feature with the same name and even a very similar icon for the app into iOS 5, effectively killing Hughes’ app and its sales.Apple has a history of rejecting apps from iTunes that add functionality to iOS that they plan to introduce or don’t want included, and Apple has a history of approving apps only to make them obsolete with future feature updates, so there’s no surprise there. Apple even hired one dev that made an app improving on iOS’s notifications system. Also, no one is accusing Apple of simply stealing the app and re-branding it, it is quite possible Apple engineered it themselves. The idea however, is ripe for discussion.Hughes’ outrage comes from the notion that Apple is using the same name and icon (the one on the right is Apple’s,) and possibly even the same technology to do what his app already does. AppAdvice thinks that the improvements in iOS 5 are designed to discourage jailbraking by offering features previously only available to those who jailbreak. Others say that Apple is just adding features to iOS that people clearly want. It’s unclear if anything will come of the controversy, but the debate continues.via AppAdvicelast_img read more

She prays her son dies before her elderly Kerry residents at wits

first_img“She prays her son dies before her” – elderly Kerry residents at wits’ end over care for adult children Following a recent HSE move there is now no full-time respite centre in the Munster county. Sunday 12 Mar 2017, 10:00 PM 46,862 Views “The Community Healthcare Organisation for Cork/Kerry acknowledges that the existing level of respite in Kerry does not meet the need,” they added.Funding issueDirector of Services with Kerry Parents and Friends Maura Crowley says the situation is “one for which funding should be made available”.“It’s regrettable, we’ve a high need for respite across the county,” she says. “We’re working with the HSE to open Kilmorna. We’d like to open in south Kerry as well but it’s a funding issue.”Crowley says that much of the trouble comes down to regulations introduced in 2013 regarding the treatment of patients with intellectual disabilities.“As an organisation we’d try to organise the respite in creative ways. But now with the HIQA (Health Information and Quality Authority) regulations we can’t use someone else’s bed for a weekend for example,” she says.We’re hamstrung now, we’d always have been able to pull something out of the hat before but now… They brought in these regulations and they didn’t look at the impact that they would have.Local Sinn Féin TD Martin Ferris meanwhile describes the situation as being “deplorable”.“I’ve raised this a number of times in the Dáil. If the people responsible for this sat down with the parents,” he says.These people, a lot of them are elderly, they’ve loved ones in their late 40s and they want a small bit of respite care and it’s just impossible for them to get it.Of Kilmorna sitting idle, Ferris says the estimated €600,000 it would cost to run the centre for a year is “very, very small money” (by contrast, the HSE has spent €3 million upgrading its own headquarters in Dublin in the past five years).“It might not solve everything, but it would be a big help. Certainly it would at least make a little bit of difference,” he says.Meanwhile, the older residents of north Kerry are left in a sort of limbo.“You would wonder, is there a policy not to provide respite going forward,” says Kay Sayers, a 57-year-old mother to 33-year-old Seán who until recently received respite care at the Haven.“Seán had a great rapport with the staff. When and if respite becomes available again we will have to start from scratch,” Kay says.It’s a huge issue for those with intellectual disabilities. Familiarity is so, so important. The house purchased by the HSE at Kilmorna, Listowel, last June Source: MyHome.ieThe lack of respite care in the area, and the fact that the Kilmorna property stands vacant, has been put down to a lack of funding by the HSE (the Department of Health has firmly put the issue in the executive’s court).Respite services across Kerry are run by a voluntary organisation called Kerry Parents and Friends.“The HSE is continuing to engage with Kerry Parents and Friends to explore all options to minimise the reduction in services,” a HSE spokesperson said in response to a request for comment.Regarding the house at Kilmorna that has been left empty, the spokesperson said: “Unfortunately, HSE Disability Services were not successful in securing revenue funding in the 2017 budget to open this service.”The HSE will continue to work to secure the necessary funding to open this service. Laura Kelly Share Tweet Email5 By Cianan Brennan Short URL We’re bursting at the seams because of our age and health problems. This isn’t about passing off our problems, it’s about refuelling in order to be able to cope again. We’re at breaking point.A NUMBER OF elderly parents in north County Kerry have slammed the lack of respite services available for their adult children who are living with disabilities.In the Listowel area of the southern county, there is now no dedicated respite centre for parents in such a position.Such care exists to enable full-time carers to take a short break, a holiday, or even just a rest.The site of a former respite centre in Listowel known as the Haven, was recently redesignated primarily as a centre for those dependent upon full-time care.The HSE purchased another four-bedroom property in the Kilmorna area of the town last year for €350,000, however that property remains vacant a full nine months later.66-year-old Ann Kelly hails from nearby Ballybunion. Ann’s 30-year-old daughter Laura has Down Syndrome. Three weeks ago Ann, along with the other parents in her locality in the same position, were told at a meeting that the Haven would no longer be available to them as a respite service.“We don’t want respite for holidays or days out – these are just to try and gather strength to do another few weeks,” she says.We love our children with every bone in our bodies and have spent every day of our lives since they were born fighting for their rights. We are now in a position where we are scared we will get sick or die because of what will happen to our children. One lady at that meeting said she prays her son dies before her. That’s where we are. There is an awful tragedy waiting to happen in north Kerry. 43 Comments https://jrnl.ie/3281357 In our situation one person has to work, one person has to stay at home, it’s like mobilising an army when you’re caring for someone with intellectual needs. You rely on respite for down-time – it’s just not feasible to get someone in for a one-off.“We’re not parents that know one another,” agrees Ann. “We’re a group of about 20 parents with special relationships in place, because we have adults that have special needs. That’s the only way we can handle the situation.”At that meeting, there wasn’t a dry eye in the house. Over 70-year-olds with grown men and women in their home and they’re not able to look after them. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Mar 12th 2017, 10:00 PM Respite isn’t a luxury – it’s a necessity. It enables carers to keep their loved ones at home, without it you’d have a lot of disabled adults in full-time residential care, and that would cost the State a hell of a lot more.“I spoke to a lady recently who’s minding her brother who’s 41 and her mother who’s 86 and has dementia. The only break she ever had was respite and now it’s gone. Meanwhile that house sits empty, becoming neglected and run down. This is a scandal, it’s another can of worms just waiting to be opened.”Read: The HSE has spent €3m upgrading its headquarters in the last five yearsRead: ‘Don’t have the wool pulled over their eyes’: Comreg to investigate Three over roaming chargeslast_img read more

THI Australia to build on philanthropy in Greece with new initiative

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Since the inception of the Australian branch of The Hellenic Initiative (THI) three years ago, the organisation has set its sights on easing the impact of the financial crisis on Greek locals.In addition to their collaborative efforts with their THI partners in the US and the UK and most recently Canada, THI Australia has provided nearly $120,000 in grants to their charity partners to provide food and medical assistance to the most vulnerable members of the community. They have also managed to harness the resources of the Greek diaspora to contribute to the country’s economic development with an internship programme in Australia for Greek graduates and an avenue for entrepreneurs to pitch their start-up ideas to investors. President Nicholas Pappas, AM told Neos Kosmos that following their success, they now have their sights set on building their reach and impact with the launch of a new initiative One Greece 2017. As part of the push to get more Greek Australians and philhellenes on board, five events will be hosted across Australia in Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, and Darwin with a premiere gala event at the Sydney Town Hall on Friday 6 October, where it has been revealed guests will be treated to a performance by renowned performer Alkistis Protopsalti. At all the events attendees will have the opportunity to find out more about the work being carried out by THI Australia and find out how their contribution on the night will make a direct impact on the lives of struggling Greeks.Joining members of the THI board as speakers will be international guests THI International Ambassador and noted humanitarian and philanthropist, Tatiana Blatnik, and Alexander Theodoridis, co-founder of Boroume, a food-saving charity providing sustenance for thousands.“We’ve been running our branch for a couple of years now and we are looking to raise further money to grow our programme and take it to the next level,” Mr Pappas said.“We wanted to bring out speakers who are able to convey to the audience what’s really happening in Greece and the great work being done on the ground by various people. So guests can expect to be taken on a journey through what is going on in Greece and see how their contribution will help.”(L-R) Tatiana Blatnik and Alexander Theodoridis will be guest speakers at the One Greece events. More than 1,500 business and community leaders are expected to attend the events nationally with money raised being put towards boosting THI Australia’s programs to further assist charities Boroume and Desmos, which is a portal that connects people in need with resources, and will also help to build on the opportunities on offer to Greek graduates and entrepreneurs. Meanwhile, Mr Pappas said that the THI Australia team is currently undergoing their evaluation round for charities and crisis relief programmes, with additional partners expected to be named at the gala event in Sydney.“We branded it as One Greece as a call for everyone who feels passionately about the cause to come and support us,” said Mr Pappas.“This is the first time a series of national events has been held in Australia in support of Greece. It is a splendid opportunity for the Greek Australian diaspora to demonstrate their abiding concern for the people of Greece, and I encourage as many as possible to attend events in their respective cities.”Please note the One Greece event is Melbourne is a private event, and Darwin is sold out. Tickets are still available for Sydney, Perth, and Adelaide. To register your interest in being a part of One Greece 2017, click here and for further updates visit the THI Facebook page.last_img read more

Roadwork on I75 595 in Broward leads to detours

first_img(WSVN) – Detours have been set in place in Broward County as crews work along Interstate 75 and 595, this week.The ramp leading from northbound I-75 to I-595 eastbound will be shut down from 11 p.m. until 5 a.m. the next day, beginning Monday through Friday.The road will be blocked as crews work to finish paving the road.The ramp will close every night at the same time through Friday.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

SpaceXs Starship hopper freezes up but could still throw fire soon

first_img 0 16 Photos Tags A burst of steam was seen issuing forth from the bottom of the rocket, but no flames. In case you’re wondering why there appears to be fire flaring out of a small stack near the Starship, that’s likely excess methane or other gases being burned off. Videos have also circulated online showing lots of flames at the pad after dark Monday night, which are probably also the same gas flares. Early Tuesday morning, Elon Musk said on Twitter that the first test of a Raptor engine as part of Starship had been set back by “some challenges with ice formation in the cryogenic propellant prevalves. Hopefully overcome soon.” Elon Musk shows off the shiny SpaceX Starship April Fools’ Day turned out to be a quiet day for Elon Musk and SpaceX. There had been a chance the rocket company would fire up its two next-generation rockets on Monday, but instead both test firings were delayed. For the past few weeks SpaceX has been working toward starting up a single Raptor engine “hopper” prototype of its Starship (formerly known as BFR) at its Boca Chica, Texas, launch facility. After days of checking out the rocket’s tanks and lots of observed venting at the pad but no rocket fire, there finally seemed to be something happening Monday. Some challenges with ice formation in the cryogenic propellant prevalves. Hopefully overcome soon.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) April 2, 2019 Share your voice Close-up video of the rocket prototype obtained by a local information site from nearby South Padre Island showed that everything seemed to be normal as of Tuesday morning.  Meanwhile, a planned static fire test of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket has been pushed back from Monday to Wednesday, according to NASASpaceflight.com. The last time we saw Heavy, which is basically three Falcon rockets and an upper stage strapped together, in action it was launching Musk’s red Tesla toward Mars.  Despite the test being delayed, Heavy is still slated for its first commercial launch on Sunday evening when it carries commercial communications satellite Arabsat 6A to orbit.  And we could still see some action for the Starship hopper soon. The FAA has issued airspace closures for the Boca Chica area for Tuesday through Thursday.  Sci-Tech Post a comment Elon Musk Space SpaceXlast_img read more

Kickstarter Games Castle Gives a Spotlight to Independent Games at PAX East

first_img PAX East 2017 Hand’s On: HUNTDOWNPAX East 2017: Hand’s On With DRAGON QUEST HEROES II Stay on target One of the great things about the various Penny Arcade Expos are the shows’ focus on smaller games. While larger publishers certainly have a presence, independent games are the true heart of any PAX event. This year’s PAX East will take this idea even further with Kickstarter Games Castle.The Kickstarter Games Castle will feature a range of Kickstarter-funded video and table top games. You read that correctly: table top games. PAX has always been a home for gamers, and not just the ones who play video games. Some of these tabletop games include: Exploding Kittens, Bears vs Babies, and Secret Hitler. On the video game front, there are games like The Flame in the Flood, Night in the Woods, and Divinity: Original Sin 2.All of the games in the Kickstarter Games Castle have been successfully funded. Despite being successful on Kickstarter, having these games showcased at PAX East will certainly help get them noticed by a larger audience.Below is a list of every game that will be playable at the Kickstarter Games Castle. If you’re attending PAX East in Boston over the weekend, do yourselves a favor and swing by this portion of the show floor. You may end up finding a really cool tabletop or video game you didn’t even know about.Tabletop games:Exploding Kittens by Elan LeeBears vs Babies by Elan LeeSecret Hitler by Goat, Wolf, & CabbageOrganAttack! by The Awkward YetiThe Metagame by Colleen M, John S, and Eric ZDragoonDragoon by Lay Waste Games LLCVast: The Crystal Caverns by Patrick LederVideo games:Night in the Woods by Infinite FallThe Flame in the Flood by The Molasses FloodStarfighter Inc. by Impeller StudiosDivinity: Original Sin 2 by Larian Studios LLCArmello by League of GeeksPerception by The Deep End GamesClick here for more information.last_img read more

Data protection commissioner urges caution over the sale of loans

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is to be the home of a museum honoring the much-loved childrens author Dr Seuss Visitors to the Amazing World of Dr Seuss Museum in the author’s hometown will "explore a series of environments that replicate scenes from Dr Seuss’s imagination and encounter life-sized three-dimensional characters and places from the books" say the operators A re-creation of Seusss studio with his actual furniture and artwork will also feature The Cat in the Hat and Green Eggs and Ham writer was born Theodor Seuss Geisel in Springfield in 1904 More than 600 million copies of his books have been sold across the globe The museum is set to open in phases from mid-2016 Write to Helen Regan at helenregan@timeasiacomOn Sunday Jeffrey Tambor announced he would not be returning to Transparent following the sexual harassment allegations made against him by two members of the Amazon series team "Playing Maura Pfefferman on Transparent has been one of the greatest privileges and creative experiences of my life" Tambor told Deadline "What has become clear over the past weeks however is that this is no longer the job I signed up for four years ago" He added "Ive already made clear my deep regret if any action of mine was ever misinterpreted by anyone as being aggressive but the idea that I would deliberately harass anyone is simply and utterly untrue Given the politicized atmosphere that seems to have afflicted our set I dont see how I can return to Transparent" Last week Amazon began looking into Tambors behavior after sexual harassment claims were made against him by a former employee an Amazon spokesperson confirmed to Entertainment Weekly In a statement to Deadline the Transparent star said "I am aware that a former disgruntled assistant of mine has made a private post implying that I had acted in an improper manner toward her" "I adamantly and vehemently reject and deny any and all implication and allegation that I have ever engaged in any improper behavior toward this person or any other person I have ever worked with" Tambor 73 continued "I am appalled and distressed by this baseless allegation" And on Thursday allegations were made against Tambor by Transparent actress Trace Lysette In a statement to The Hollywood Reporter Lysette claimed that after she had emerged from a wardrobe wearing a lingerie top and short-shorts Tambor had told her hewanted to "attack [her] sexually" She also claimed the actor had stood on her feet to prevent her from moving as he rubbed up against her and began to make "quick discreet thrusts back and forth against my body" "I laughed it off and rolled my eyes" Lysette said in the statement "I had a job to do and I had to do it with Jeffrey the lead of our show When they called action I put that moment in the corner into its own corner of my mind Compartmentalizing has always been part of my survival took kit long before I came to Hollywood Its shty to admit out loud and I dont say it to justify what I went through but given the journey and circumstances of my life I was used to being treated as a sexual object by men this one just happened to be famous" Tambor then denied that he had ever "been a predator" in a statement to Entertainment Weekly "I know I havent always been the easiest person to work with I can be volatile and ill-tempered and too often I express my opinions harshly and without tact But I have never been a predator ever I am deeply sorry if any action of mine was ever misinterpreted by anyone as being sexually aggressive or if I ever offended or hurt anyone But the fact is for all my flaws I am not a predator and the idea that someone might see me in that way is more distressing than I can express" he wrote An Amazon spokesperson told Deadline who first reported Lysettes allegations that the allegations would be addressed in the ongoing investigation into Tambor This article originally appeared on peoplecom Contact us at editors@timecom who were used to positions of absolute political authority when the Congress was in power. read more