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Dublin boys win Lego award for robot reminding people to take medicines

first_imgA TEAM OF SCHOOLBOYS from Dublin have won a European award for building a robot and app to remind people to take vital medicines at regular intervals throughout the day.The boys from Jobstown in Tallaght took a top award at the First Lego League robotics tournament in Paderborn in Germany, beating 52 teams from 34 countries to win an award specifically recognising their team spirit.The team of seven boys – aged between 11 and 16 – designed and built a Lego robot, which worked with a smartphone app which alerted elderly people that it was the appropriate time to take their daily medication.The app, which works through voice recognition, also reminds users of their appointments and other daily tasks.The boys clubbed together at the Citywise after-school robotics club in Jobstown, and went forward to the European title having won the Irish title in January.“What really impressed the judges was the way the lads worked together, their continual good spirit and their good humour despite the pressure of competition,” said team-co-ordinator Christopher Smyth.“They were a real team,” he added.Team member 16-year-old Himanshu Singh, from Ard Mór, said the standard of robots at the competition had been very high – but that the team had learned a lot from the experience and hoped to use its new knowledge in next year’s contest.The team was sponsored by software firm SAP Ireland, which employs 1,200 people across Ireland, and whose staff helped to train the team.Read: Disney has a creepy new robot you can play catch withlast_img read more

The UK Parliament has been suspended So what happens next

first_img Share5 Tweet Email Image: Don Hammond/PA Images As the clock ticks down, get all the best Brexit news and analysis in your inbox: Tue 6:16 AM 33 Comments The UK Parliament has been suspended. So what happens next? After MPs rejected an early election once again, parliament has been suspended. THE UK PARLIAMENT is closed. After rejecting Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s second attempt to force a general election, parliament was suspended in the early hours of this morning. There were angry scenes in the House of Commons as the procedure took place. Rebellious MPs sang, chanted and attempted to block Speaker John Bercow from entering the House of Lords.  Source: past week saw a group of cross-party MPs seize control of the Commons to force through a bill aimed at blocking a no-deal Brexit, veteran Tory MPs ejected from the Conservative Party and Jacob Rees-Mogg lie supine across Commons leather. So what happens now?MPs are due back in parliament on 14 October for what’s known as the Queen’s Speech, which officially opens the House of Commons once again. Three days later on the 17th, EU leaders will gather for a crucial summit in Brussels. It should become clearer at this point if Johnson intends to take Britain out of the EU with a deal or without a deal. Johnson had promised MPs a vote on his Brexit strategy scheduled for 21 and 22 October.But, of course, there is the Benn Bill, which was passed into law yesterday. That bill is designed to extend Article 50 and prevent the UK from leaving the EU without a deal. It would push the current Brexit deadline of 31 October to next year at the earliest.One of the conditions of the bill is that Johnson must either seek MPs’ approval for a withdrawal deal or their approval for a no-deal Brexit by 19 October. Neither of those seem likely outcomes. Related Read Image: Don Hammond/PA Imagescenter_img If Johnson has done neither of these by then, he must request a Brexit extension from the EU until 31 January 2020, the bill states. Johnson, however, has said that he’d rather be “dead in a ditch” than demand an Article 50 extension. He has also said he’d follow the law, though. All in all, after a week of rejections, ejections and rebellions, today is the beginning of the calm before the proverbial. In the meantime, the Labour Party is gearing up for its annual conference which will take place in Brighton from 21 to 25 September. Two days later on the 27th, the Conservative Party will descend on Manchester for its assembly.Amidst all that, it’s being suggested the UK and EU could still do a deal, with the return to the table of a Northern Ireland-only backstop providing a possible solution to the impasse – coupled with an expanded role for Stormont.  02.08.19 Cast-iron and vital, or an anti-democratic bureaucracy: what is the Irish backstop? 24,882 Views By Cónal Thomas Short URL Tuesday 10 Sep 2019, 7:15 AM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

AHEPANUGAS business breakfast

first_imgAHEPA Youth and NUGAS Victoria are teaming up to host their second business breakfast with a focus on ‘Building Your Career Brand: How to Stand Out’. The breakfast will see some of Australia’s leading professionals from a variety of industries come together, giving young people the opportunity to pick their brains and acquire some tips on how to make their dreams for the future a reality.The panellists will cover various topics including: how you can stand out, self-differentiate, secure employment and succeed in the workplace.The event will be held at Crown’s Palladium, with a panel including former premier of Victoria, Honorary Jeff Kennett, leading Asia Pacific digital marketing and branding strategist Constantine Frantzeskos, and George Pappas, founder of BCG Australia and Chancellor of Victoria University.A ticketed event, tickets are currently available for purchase online starting from $45, with all tickets including a full Crown signature breakfast.The AHEPA NUGAS Business Breakfast will be held on Tuesday 31 March, 2015 and will run from 7.30 am to 9.30 am at the Crown Palladium. To book tickets, visit Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

And the 2017 Emerging Cultural City is … Athens

first_imgCrisis-ridden Athens still manages to shine. Last week it was acknowledged with a Leading Culture Destinations Award. In a ceremony held in London, Athens was named the 2017 Emerging Cultural City of the Year “for managing to maintain a thriving cultural scene despite the country’s protracted financial crisis”. “Our city is attractive, safe and open to innovation,” said Athens Mayor Giorgos Kaminis, who received the award on behalf of Greece. He took the opportunity to reaffirm the city’s commitment to cultural excellence, pointing out that it has also been named UNESCO’S World Book Capital for 2018. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img

Viewer numbers for 810 WWE RAW number goes up

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Man ejected in crash killed when vehicle rolls on him

first_imgA driver was killed early Wednesday morning when he was ejected during a car crash in north Clark County and the vehicle rolled on top of him, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.Deputies were called to a single-vehicle crash at 5:15 a.m. in the 10500 block of Northeast Cedar Creek Road. Arriving deputies found an adult man dead at the crash scene.The preliminary investigation found that the man had been driving a 1991 Honda Accord east on Northeast Cedar Creek Road, when the vehicle crossed into the westbound lane and went off the road, crashing in a farm pasture, the sheriff’s office said.Deputies say the driver was thrown from the vehicle, which then rolled over him.The Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office will release the man’s name once next of kin is notified.The vehicle had been reported stolen out of Cowlitz County, deputies said.Detectives with the agency’s traffic unit are continuing their investigation into the circumstances of the crash.last_img read more

When Should You Call 911 About A Bear Sighting

first_imgJeff Selinger, Kenai Peninsula Area Biologist:  “Bears are out moving around so you know pick up the garbage and the trash around the houses and minimize the potential of having a negative encounter with bears by being aware when you’re out in the woods.” Police say if people see a brown bear in town, they still should call 911 since that is more rare. Police say most bear sightings don’t need to be called in to 911. But police do want to hear about bears that are aggressive, sick, injured, orphaned or rummaging through trash. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaska Department Game and Fish wants to warn the public that bears are on the move and to be “Bear Aware”. However, Police are urging people to stop calling emergency lines to report non-emergency bear sightings. Selinger: “The Bears are going to be looking for fish as well, keep your property picked up and minimize attractants that might bring bears into a neighborhood. Keep your eyes up when you’re out there recreating.”last_img read more

People on the Move 061810

first_imgPeriodical Publishers’ Service Bureau, LLC (a unit of Hearst Corporation) named Steve Aster president. Prior to PPSB, Aster served as president of consumer marketing for Source Interlink and Primedia Enthusiast Media, which was acquired by Source Interlink in 2007. Time Inc. has promoted Jim Frederick to managing editor of and executive editor of Time magazine. Previously, Frederick served as a foreign correspondent in Europe and Asia.Longtime Vogue publisher and Condé Nast senior vice president/publishing director Tom Florio says he is leaving the company at the end of the month. He reportedly is looking to become CEO of his own company, although his exact plans are still unclear.Hearst appointed Eve Bercovici executive beauty director at Redbook magazine. Most recently, Bercovici served as a senior beauty director at InStyle.last_img read more

Amazon Prime Air gets more planes to boost oneday shipping to you

first_img 50 surprising things people are buying on Amazon right now 50 Photos Tags Share your voice 0 Amazon’s drones and robots want to take over your deliveries In April, Amazon said it was spending $800 million this quarter to bolster its shipping infrastructure to support the change. Last month, CEO Jeff Bezos attended a groundbreaking ceremony for Amazon’s new $1.5 billion air transportation hub in Hebron, Kentucky. Amazon has also built out a network of 10,000 truck trailers.Still, this work has come with new challenges for the company. Pilots working for Prime Air have regularly complained about poor pay and lousy working conditions. Also, FedEx this month decided not to renew its Express air shipping contract with Amazon, a move widely seen as a reaction to Amazon expanding its own shipping network. 1:32 Post a comment Before that Amazon Prime shipment gets to you, it’ll probably hitch a ride in a plane like this one. Amazon Amazon on Tuesday said it agreed to lease 15 more Boeing cargo planes from GE Capital Aviation Services, helping the e-commerce titan continue growing its air fleet so it can speed up Prime deliveries.The 15 Boeing 737-800 planes are in addition to the five planes Amazon already agreed to lease from GECAS earlier this year. The company has 42 planes flying today, and by 2021 it will operate 70 planes.Amazon expanded its fleet as part of its expensive effort to transition its Prime two-day shipping program to one day in the US. That work is already resulting in packages arriving earlier at Prime customers’ doorsteps and may help Amazon maintain its competitive edge against rivals like Walmart. Now playing: Watch this: Internet Amazon Prime Amazonlast_img read more

1919 The Spanish Flu in Dillingham

first_img Photo courtesy of Katie RingsmuthPhoto courtesy of Katie Ringsmuth 1 of 4 Photo courtesy of Katie RingsmuthPhoto courtesy of Katie Ringsmuth Katie Ringsmuth and Tim Troll will discuss the influenza pandemic in Bristol Bay at the Mountain View library in Anchorage tomorrow evening. Free flu shots will be given starting at 5 pm, the presentation begins at 6:30. Photo courtesy of Katie RingsmuthPhoto courtesy of Katie Ringsmuth The deadly influenza pandemic known as the Spanish Flu, killed millions of people world wide but hit Alaska particularly hard. Thursday evening, an Anchorage lecture will examine the impacts to the Bristol Bay region and how the canneries there helped the local population. The pandemic entered Alaska in 1918 in Nome, western Alaska and Southeast. Despite efforts to keep it out of Bristol Bay, it hit the area in 1919. Historian Katie Ringsmuth of Tundra Vision organized the discussion along with Tim Troll. Troll is the executive director of the Bristol Bay Heritage land trust. He says when he lived in Dillingham, he was given artifacts from the family of a man at the center of the crisis there, Dr Linus French.Doctor Linus Hiram French with Orphans in 1919 (Courtesy of Tim Troll)Listen Now TROLL: And in particular looking at some of the photographs after I understood and began to understand the history of the region. Realized that we were looking at photographs of orphans. Orphans from this flu that struck Bristol Bay in 1919. And just from talking to people in Dillingham and in the region, there’s hardly a soul that doesn’t have somebody in their family that was an orphan. So their family history comes from, starts in many cases, from the orphans who were then transferred to Kanakanak Hospital, still in existence in Dillingham, in 1919. And French was in the middle of it. He was a doctor at Kanakanak. Founded the hospital actually.RINGSMUTH: This disease came from the trenches of World War I and made its way around the globe. Killed millions of people and then it came to Alaska and it killed more Alaskans per capita than any other place, save Samoa. Just to give you an example, in one week, 90 people were dead and that was just on the Naknek River alone.TOWNSEND: Ugashik and Naknek were hit hard but Egegik had no cases. Is that true?RINGSMUTH: Right. According to the reports, it was missed, which is one of the strange mysteries of this disease. Just to give you an example, on one of the written inscriptions, it says “Also on this date, a boat drifted near the Alaska Packers Association’s Dime-A-Doe Canary. Three small children suffering from influenza came to the beach and reported that two men were dead on the boat. The bodies were given burials and the children taken to the Alaska Packers Association’s Naknek hospital where they recovered and the boat was towed to the canneries.TOWNSEND: Tim, I wanted to ask about the involvement of the canneries. How dd they help in this tragedy?TROLL: Commercial fishing in Brostol Bay had already been going on for about 40 years so it was an entrenched industry. And a cannery was like a small town and every spring they’d load up the boats from Seattle, Bellingham, San Francisco and come north. And typically along with that would be doctors and nurses, basically to serve the cannery workers but also the local Natives and the villages that were around. So when they arrived in May of 1919, the flu was already there. The fear is that it would come in with them, but unfortunately, it was already there. And the only government presence that was there at the time was the hospital at Kanakanak, now Dillingham. But they were dealing with the problem themselves. They couldn’t respond any better. Dr. French himself was sick with the flu; the nurses were sick with the flu. And despite pleas to help, they really couldn’t so the cannery, in this case the Alaska Packers Association, which was the dominant canning outfit in Bristol Bay at the time, they were really logistically capable of dealing with it. And to their credit they did.RINGSMUTH: And one of the projects that I’m working on with Bob King and the National Park Service is to try and list the hospital at Naknek on the National Register of Historic Places as a building that can tell this story. Photo courtesy of Katie RingsmuthPhoto courtesy of Katie Ringsmuthlast_img read more

Xbox One sales target was originally set at 200 million consoles

first_imgThe Xbox One S we see on store shelves today is a very different console to the one envisioned being hooked up in homes back in 2014. Who remembers Don Mattrick? He’s the guy that decided all Xbox One games would only play if you were connected to the Internet for DRM checks. he’s also the guy that made Kinect mandatory, and said if you didn’t have an Internet connection the Xbox 360 would remain on sale as an alternative.Mattrick is now long gone and Phil Spencer was left to pick up the pieces of that dismal launch period. Spencer is doing a pretty good job considering, and he’s now revealed another eye-opening fact about the Xbox team’s original intent for the new console. Mattrick set the sales bar incredibly high for sales. He wanted them to aim for 200 million units.No games console has ever sold 200 million units. Top of the list right now is the PlayStation 2, which achieved 155 million. After that you have handhelds, with the Nintendo DS reaching 154 million and the Game Boy/Game Boy Color combined achieving 118 million sales. The Xbox 360 managed 84 million units. But Mattrick wanted more, much more.You have to remember that the Xbox One wasn’t being treated as just a games console at launch. Mattrick positioned it to be the hub under your TV and as much an all-round entertainment box as a games-playing machine. It really didn’t work, but the lofty 200 million sales target must have been based off of the console appealing to a much wider audience than just gamers.What we are left with 2 years on from the launch is an Xbox console Microsoft has long since stopped sharing sales figures for. Last we heard it has sold 19 million units in January of this year–half of what the PS4 had achieved. It’s clear now that the Xbox One will struggle to hit even 50 million units let alone 200 million.last_img read more

Update Suspect appears in court for Lasec educator Mrs Chettys death

first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Mr Yudesvan “Joey” Govender appeared in the Ladysmith Court yesterday (March 20) for sentencing related to the death of Ladysmith Secondary School (Lasec) educator and HOD Mrs Kalai Chetty. Mrs Chetty was knocked down and killed on Monday, July 21, 2014.The case was remanded to Friday (March 23) for sentencing.Family and friends were present in court to see if justice prevails in this case.Suspect Mr Govender was found guilty on all counts he was facing in the Estcourt Regional Court on Friday, February 2.Upon hearing the court verdict in February, husband Mr Logan Chetty said, “We are relieved that justice has finally been served. We have lived in agony for close to four years and now we can find some sort of closure to the tragic incident.”Related stories: Well-known educator killed in hit ‘n runDriver of hit and run vehicle arrested   Teacher killed in hit ‘n run accident identifiedTeacher was on pavement when car hitOn that fateful Monday in July 2014, Mrs Chetty was walking with a long-time friend and fellow educator, and allegedly turned a second before being hit by the car. Her friend managed to step out of the way split-seconds before it struck. The friend was treated for shock by paramedics at the scene. She managed to identify the vehicle and its owner.The driver of the vehicle linked to the hit ‘n run accident that killed the prominent Lasec HOD was arrested at his home shortly after her death. According to initial reports, the driver claimed he was unaware that he had hit anyone.Mrs Chetty’s death sent shock waves through the Ladysmith community at the time.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there!last_img read more

New TB drug inaccessible to many South Africans

first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite *Article supplied by Doctors Without Borders (MSF). Follow them on Facebook and Twitter for more groundbreaking initiatives. Doctors Without Borders (MSF), other treatment providers in South Africa and globally have found that the first new drugs in half a century to be developed for treating drug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB) are offering new hope to patients — but significant challenges remain to improve availability and affordability of these treatments.Current treatment regimens for DR-TB involve thousands of pills taken over two years, which can have devastating side effects and ultimately only work for 50% of people with multidrug-resistant (MDR) TB and 26% of people with extensively drug-resistant (XDR) TB.Access to new drugs bedaquiline and delamanid along with ‘repurposed’ drugs — not specifically developed for TB but that have shown efficacy in treating TB — could be a significant step toward finding a shorter, more tolerable DR-TB regimen in the future.This is good news for South Africa, which has one of the highest burdens of multidrug-resistant TB (MDR-TB) in the world, with 30,000 new cases each year, over 18,000 people diagnosed and over 11,500 put on treatment in 2014.center_img Only 3,000 patients worldwide have been treated with bedaquiline, and fewer than 200 with delamanid – only 2% of the 150,000 people around the world that could benefit.“MSF is treating some of the lucky few people in South Africa — and in fact the whole world – to receive access to strengthened treatment regimens including bedaquiline and delamanid,” said Dr. Jennifer Hughes of MSF in South Africa. “South Africa’s Department of Health has been a leader in accessing new DR-TB drugs, with over 1,750 patients receiving bedaquiline nationally since 2013.Ubuntu clinic (integrated TB/HIV) in Khayelitsha.Patients receiving bedaquiline in South Africa had 77% ‘culture conversion’ rates from TB-positive to negative, which is a promising sign that their treatment may ultimately be successful. Additional information from South Africa showed similar safety and efficacy even when bedaquiline was given together with antiretroviral therapy (ART) to TB/HIV co-infected people, another sign that this drug has the potential to transform DR-TB treatment in coming years.Delamanid, however, is not yet as widely available in South Africa.“TB is curable, yet it is now the infectious disease that kills the most people in the world,” said Dr. Grania Brigden, TB Advisor for the MSF Access Campaign. “We desperately need treatment that is easier for people to tolerate, that cures more people, and that is more available and affordable, otherwise it’s just deadly business as usual.”last_img read more

Winners and losers from Gaza fighting

first_img 5 treatments for adult scoliosis Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy Top ways to honor our heroes on Veterans Day Comments   Share   Top Stories Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project (Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)center_img HAMASThe Islamic militant group that rules Gaza gained significant international credibility, with Arab and Turkish diplomats pouring into the Palestinian territory to show support. Though it has been branded a terror group by Israel and the United States, it was treated as an equal partner with Israel during indirect cease-fire talks in Egypt. In those talks, it secured a commitment for the freer movement of people and goods into and out of Gaza. Hamas also proved its ability to fire rockets as far as Tel Aviv and Jerusalem despite being battered with airstrikes. As the Arab Spring brings Islamists to power across the region, Hamas’ influence is on the rise.PALESTINIAN PRESIDENT MAHMOUD ABBAS AND FATAHAbbas, who lost control of Gaza to Hamas five years ago, might be the biggest loser. He had no seat in the cease-fire negotiations and was largely sidelined during the crisis. Hamas’ ability to stand up to Israel and survive could also diminish Palestinians’ patience with their president’s so far fruitless efforts to push for a negotiated solution to the conflict with Israel. Abbas’ Western-backed government only rules in the West Bank, and his dreams of reconciling the rival Palestinian territories seems more elusive than ever. Sponsored Stories Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day JERUSALEM (AP) – After eight days of the fiercest fighting in years, a cease-fire agreement between Israel and the Gaza Strip’s Hamas rulers could usher in a new era of relations between the bitter foes. The renewed quiet on both home fronts raises questions about what those involved gained, and lost, from the fighting and its aftermath.ISRAEL AND PRIME MINISTER BENJAMIN NETANYAHUIsrael secured an agreement to stop the persistent rocket fire from the Gaza Strip into southern Israel without launching a ground invasion into Gaza or losing the support of its international allies. Netanyahu’s bid for re-election in January could be vastly strengthened by the operation and by the killing of Hamas militant leader Ahmed Jabari on the first day of fighting. Netanyahu got the backing of President Barack Obama during the fighting, a significant achievement after their already shaky relationship grew colder when Netanyahu was perceived to favor Republican nominee Mitt Romney during the recent U.S. election. Israel also secured a commitment from the U.S. to help stop weapons smuggling into Gaza. EGYPTIAN PRESIDENT MOHAMMED MORSIThe former Muslim Brotherhood leading figure emerged from his first major international crisis with enhanced prestige and proved his government can mediate between the two sworn enemies, something the United States cannot do because it considers Hamas a terrorist organization and doesn’t allow contacts between its members and American officials. Egypt’s sponsorship of the cease-fire ensures Morsi a central role in the future of the region.THE UNITED STATESWhile the Obama administration has sought to refocus its foreign policy on Asia, the Gaza fighting forced it to turn back to a conflict it has sought to move past. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s last-minute shuttle diplomacy might have strengthened a U.S.-Egyptian partnership that has been strained in the 21 months since Egyptians toppled autocratic ruler Hosni Mubarak. After a first term characterized by repeated failures in forging Israeli-Palestinian peace, the U.S. role in supporting the cease-fire could signal renewed American engagement in the region. A U.S. commitment to help stop arms smuggling to Gaza may also help repair Obama’s strained relationship with Netanyahu.last_img read more

Derrick Hall satisfied with Dbacks buying and se

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