The Adani group’s Australian coal mine project, a long-delayed plan by the Indian conglomerate, has suffered yet another setback as two of the biggest banks of China have backed out from financing it. Dispelling reports of their involvement in funding the venture, China Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) and China Construction Bank (CCB) released separate statements saying they are not working on the project.Adani is seeking A$2 billion to finance the A$4 billion first stage of the Carmichael coal mine project in Queensland state by March 2018. The project has been opposed by environmentalists, who have cited concerns for climate change and potential damage to the Great Barrier Reef. The challenges concerning adverse effects on the climate and impact on native land and water supply have earlier been rejected in court.“ICBC has not been, and does not intend to be, engaged in arranging financing for this project,” the bank said in a statement on its Australian website. “ICBC attaches great importance to its social responsibilities and keenly promotes ‘green financing’. This statement is made without any view on or prejudice towards the Carmichael mine project.” ICBC is China’s biggest listed lender by assets.“China Construction Bank is not involved with, nor considering involvement with, the Adani Carmichael Mine project,” an external spokesperson for China Construction Bank in Australia said in a statement on Dec. 4.Australian and overseas banks have also shied away from granting loans for the project.Adani was in talks with China Machinery Engineering Corp (CMEC) for a loan that could have involved China Construction Bank or China Export Import Bank, according to Reuters. Adani’s project aims to start shipping coal by March 2020 in the first stage.“Any financier with any sense doesn’t want Adani,” said senator Andrew Bartlett from Australian Greens party, the Sydney Morning Herald reported. “It’s time for Adani to give it up, save their money and for the politicians of Queensland to focus on the issues that will deliver genuine jobs for regional Queensland,” he said in Canberra on Dec. 4.National senator Bridget McKenzie, however, says Adani’s mine project would be an important source of jobs in Queensland. The Queensland Labor government promised to veto a federal government loan to the project during the recent state election.The mine, located 400 km from a Pacific Ocean shipping terminal, has been at the forefront of debate over the project’s economic viability as its location means infrastructure costs.Adani group declined to comment on its financing plans or the statements from the Chinese banks on Dec. 4, Reuters reported. Related ItemsAdaniAustraliaEnvironment
Yashwant Sinha, however, sidestepped two questions fromYashwant Sinha, however, sidestepped two questions from AAP legislator Somnath Bharti – one on current Union Finance Minister being from Rajya Sabha and the other on controversy surrounding Aadhaar Bill tabled as Money Bill by the Centre in Lok Sabha.Taking a cue from Sinhas statement regarding restricted legislative powers of Rajya Sabha in budget making, Bharti asked the former Union minister to explain the contradiction in the current Finance Minister being a member of the Upper House.Terming the question as politically loaded, Sinha said there was nothing wrong with it as Constitution mandates a minister to be member of either house.He also said that on the lines of the Centre, state governments should also fix a date to table their budgets in the Assembly.Sinha stressed on the need of Direct Taxes Code (DTC), saying there have been several amendments in the laws since 1961.Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who was also present at the event, said there should be peoples involvment in budget-making process and that the Delhi government is moving towards that. PTI BUN SK
India wicketkeeper-batsman MS Dhoni has recovered fully from his hamstring injury and is available for selection for the fifth and final ODI of the ongoing series against New Zealand, India’s batting coach Sanjay Bangar confirmed on Saturday.India and New Zealand will meet for the final ODI at Westpac Stadium, Wellington on Sunday. The visiting team have already sealed an unbeatable 3-1 lead after having won the first three ODIs.Dhoni had missed the third and fourth ODI due to a hamstring injury he picked during the second ODI in Mount Maunganui. Dhoni’s experience in the middle order was missed when India suffered a collapse in the fourth ODI in Hamilton on Thursday, January 31.In the absence of captain Virat Kohli and Dhoni, India were reeling at 35 for 6 and they were eventually bowled out for their lowest-ever ODI total in New Zealand (92). Trent Boult’s five-for set up New Zealand’s eight-wicket win. Middle-order batsmen Ambati Rayudu and Dinesh Karthik disappointed as both of them walked back without troubling the scorers.All set for the 5th and final ODI What’s your prediction for tomorrow’s game?#NZvIND pic.twitter.com/PX2BKHYnIW BCCI (@BCCI) February 2, 2019Dhoni had trained on the eve of the third ODI in Hamilton but the team management wanted to give enough time to their senior campaigner to return from the injury.Dhoni made a 33-ball 48 not out in the second ODI the only time he had an opportunity to bat in the ongoing series. Dhoni had reached New Zealand on the back of a productive series in Australia.advertisementDhoni hit three half-centuries, including a couple of match-winning innings, to help India seal their first-ever bilateral series win in Australia. Dhoni was named the Man of the Series for his performances in the series.Despite the constant criticism surrounding Dhoni’s ability to finish games, the veteran wicketkeeper looks set for the trip to England for the World Cup. Dhoni has consistently received the backing of captain Virat Kohli and the team management.Dhoni’s good run of form with the bat has only helped him silence his critics and repay the faith the team management had in him.Nonetheless, Dhoni’s quick reflexes from behind the wicket and his ability to constantly give inputs to the youngsters, especially the two wrist-spinners in Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav is turning out to be a big plus for the World Cup-bound Indian team.Also Read | Team India sweats it out in Wellington ahead of 5th ODI against New ZealandAlso Read | New Zealand opener Martin Guptill doubtful for 5th ODI vs India due to lower back injuryAlso See:
Municipalities would have more ways to address issues of concern with amendments introduced today, April 28, to the Municipal Government Act and the Municipal Elections Act. “A healthy province starts with strong local government,” said Jamie Muir, Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations Minister. “These amendments will help make sure that municipalities continue to have the right tools to meet the needs of their citizens.” The changes come after consultation with the Union of Nova Scotia Municipalities, Halifax Regional Municipality and other municipalities. Changes to the Municipal Government Act include: — Providing timeframes in planning appeals before the Utility and Review Board. The board will have 45 days to begin a hearing relating to a planning appeal after all information is submitted and 60 days to issue a decision after the hearing. — Approval to appoint a municipal auditor general. This is the result of a memorandum of understanding signed between the province and the Union of Nova Scotia Municipalities. A 12-month notice must be given to the union by the province before this can take effect. — Providing alternatives to banning breeds of dogs. Municipalities now have the ability to prohibit certain types of dogs they consider dangerous. The amendment provides alternatives to banning breeds while keeping the focus on public safety. For instance, instead of banning, municipalities may require that signs be posted on properties or dogs receive appropriate training. — Controlling tree cutting before development. Municipalities are now faced with instances where people are stripping large residential properties of trees and vegetation without a development permit. This authority is limited to lands large enough to be divided into 11 lots or more in unserviced areas, and lands large enough to be divided into four lots or more in serviced areas. These provisions do not apply to individual lots, forestry operations, or agricultural operations. — The amendments will give all municipalities the power that Halifax Regional Municipality has now to acquire vacant, boarded-up buildings that contravene municipal bylaws. This includes procedures for giving notice and purchasing property. — Clarifying municipal authority to control development around airports. This amendment will enable municipalities to ensure developments do not encroach upon airports and that developments are protected from air-traffic noise. — Streamlining processes for site planning and variances regarding architectural control. — A number of other amendments to further clarify the act. The proposed amendments to the Municipal Elections Act will help clarify process and procedures relating to electronic voting. These amendments were developed at the request of Halifax Regional Municipality in preparation for the October municipal election.
Mumbai: Malayalam actor Roshan Mathew, best known for “Aanandam” and “Koode”, will be playing the lead role in Anurag Kashyap’s next film. Although, Kashyap has not yet announced the details of his new film, he on Thursday teased new beginnings. “New company, New Films, New beginnings… ” he wrote on Twitter. Actor-director Geetu Mohandas, in Facebook post, has given more details about how Mathew came to be a part of Kashyap’s film. Also Read – ‘Will be acting till I die’ “I’m so proud to announce that my actor and good friend, Roshan Mathew with his unbelievable performance in ‘Moothon’, has landed himself a beautiful project as the lead in none other than the maverick filmmaker Anurag Kashyap’s latest. “The shoot commences tomorrow in Bombay. I wish you the world Roshan. This is just the beginning,” she wrote. Mathew is in a pivotal role in Mohandas’ feature film “Moothon”, which was co-written by Kashyap. “Moothon” is currently in post-production.
Six stories in the news for Tuesday, Oct. 24———FISCAL UPDATE TO BOOST CHILD-POVERTY SPENDINGThe Trudeau government is expected to announce more money for children and the working poor, along with shrinking federal deficits, in a crowd-pleasing economic update Tuesday that the Liberals are counting on to draw attention away from their embattled finance minister. But despite the economy’s surprisingly strong performance in early 2017, Finance Minister Bill Morneau still isn’t expected to provide a timeline to bring the federal books back to balance. Morneau is expected to enhance the Canada Child Benefit, which the government boasts has already lifted 300,000 children out of poverty.———MORE DETAILS ON RELIGIOUS NEUTRALITY BILLQuebec Justice Minister Stephanie Vallee is expected to provide further details this morning about how the government’s controversial Bill 62 will be implemented. The law bans people from giving or receiving public services if their face is covered. The legislation has been widely derided, with critics saying it targets Muslim women. It applies to public transit, meaning bus and subway drivers might have to tell people they can’t get on if they don’t show their face.———TRUDEAU LIBERALS SCORE QUEBEC UPSET IN BYELECTIONJustin Trudeau’s Liberals have pulled off a stunning byelection upset, snatching the federal riding of Lac-Saint-Jean away from the Conservatives. Lac-Saint-Jean had been held since 2007 by former Conservative minister Denis Lebel until his retirement last spring. Prior to that, it was a Bloc Quebecois stronghold. Richard Hebert, former mayor of Dolbeau-Mistassini, won the riding Monday for the Liberals. The Conservatives held onto another long-time Tory riding, however. Dane Lloyd, a 26-year-old with a history of posting controversial views in social media, easily retained the Edmonton riding of Sturgeon River-Parkland with 77 per cent of the vote.———EX-BOYFRIEND CONTINUES TESTIMONY AT BABCOCK TRIALThe trial of two men accused of killing a Toronto woman and burning her body is expected to hear more testimony from her ex-boyfriend today. Shawn Lerner told court Monday he last heard from Laura Babcock in a text on July 1, 2012, and says he filed a missing persons report with police two weeks after that text. Dellen Millard, 32, of Toronto, and Mark Smich, 30, of Oakville, Ont., are charged with first-degree murder in Babcock’s death. The body of the 23-year-old has not been found. Both have pleaded not guilty.———JUDGE EXPECTED TO RULE IN ELECTION ACT CASEA judge is expected to rule today on an application for a directed verdict in the trial of two Ontario Liberals facing bribery charges under the Election Act. Lawyers for Pat Sorbara, who was Premier Kathleen Wynne’s deputy chief of staff and Liberal campaign director, and local Liberal fundraiser Gerry Lougheed argued earlier this month in a Sudbury, Ont., court for the case to be tossed. Their directed verdict application calls on the judge to dismiss the charges before the defence has even called any witnesses, arguing the Crown hasn’t proven its case.———TRI-COASTAL CANADA 150 JOURNEY NEARS ENDAn ice breaker is on its way to Victoria, marking the last leg in a months-long expedition around Canada’s three coasts. Canada C3 began June 1 when the Polar Prince took off from Toronto on a journey to connect Canadians and celebrate the country’s 150th anniversary. The ship has travelled up the Saint Lawrence River, around Newfoundland and Labrador, through the Northwest Passage, and down the Pacific Coast.———
Tom Fennario APTN National NewsThe Army has decided not to let the Dakota Access pipeline pass upstream from Standing Rock.That is, not yet.More consultation needs to take place.In the meantime, protest camps are starting to dig in for the long haul.APTN continues its coverage from Standing Rock.
According to Kris Janowski, spokesman for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the majority of those returning home in today’s convoy from the port town of Pointe Noire had been living there for the last eight years. Nearly 100 refugees were expected to arrive last night from refugee camps to join the convoy, which was scheduled to take the returnees to a transit centre north of Cabinda.In addition to a reintegration package from UNHCR, the Government of Angola has allocated half a hectare of arable land for each returnee family, and will also distribute construction materials to enable each family to put up a house, Mr Janowski said.There are still more than 12,000 Angolan refugees from Cabinda in Pointe Noire alone, and probably over 30,000 in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) province of Bas-Congo, where UNHCR was preparing to move 10,000 recent arrivals away from the border.The refugees had fled a rebel offensive on 3 August in northern Angola, Mr. Janowski said. Nearly 2,000 of them were now at a DRC town called Kimvula, while more than 8,000 were in an area known as Kitompolo, four kilometres from the border. UNHCR has deployed emergency teams to the border to help with registration, the distribution of basic supplies and to make arrangements for the transfer of the refugees away from border areas.
Lithium Australia has a nonbinding Heads of Agreement with European Metals Holdings to process lithium mineralisation at Cinovec in the Czech Republic on a 50/50 JV basis. Cinovec contains abundant lithium micas and is one of the world’s largest hard-rock lithium occurrences. Altura continues with the Pilgangoora lithium project feasibility as planned with the detailed mining study nearing completion. Neometals and Mineral Resources (MinRes) have commenced a DFS on their patented ELi Process, to produce 20,000 t/y of battery-grade lithium hydroxide (LiOH) directly from spodumene (lithium oxide) concentrates. Kibaran Resources (seen in the picture) has achieved key de-risking milestones during 2015, including advancing discussions on debt financing, for our aspirations to develop a graphite mining, processing and export hub in Tanzania in East Africa to service direct sea routes to European markets. Alabama Graphite Co has the most advanced flake graphite project in the contiguous USA, its objective is to become the first producing American graphite mine this century. Mason Graphite has completed and filed the technical report entitled NI 43-101Technical Report: Resources Update and Feasibility Study, Lac Guéret Graphite Project, Québec, Canada and much more news of important projects in this 60+ page report. This fortnightly update review of project activity around the world is available by subscription from International Mining. Contact email@example.com for more details. See also https://im-projectnews.comThe following are some more of the highlights – with much more detail on each in the actual report, especially the big Kinross/Barrick news.Moving to feasibilityParinga Resources has received competitive bids for all major capital items for the construction and development of its Buck Creek No.1 coal mine. These bids were received as a result of an extensive six month contract negotiation and bidding process for all major capital items including site development, electrical substation and infrastructure, slope (decline) construction, shaft excavation, mine fan and escape hoist, surface facilities, coal preparation plant, materials handling, overland conveyor belt and barge load-out facility.Search Minerals will receive research and development funding totalling C$1,250,000 from the Research & Development Corp Newfoundland and Labrador (RDC) and from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) to assist in the construction and operation of a pilot plant for the testing of Search’s metallurgical process for rare earths recovery.Kibo Mining has engaged Tractebel Engineering, a 100% subsidiary of Engie to conduct the definitive feasibility study for the Mbeya Coal to Power Project (MCPP) power component and any additional work, inclusive of the role as owners engineer, which Kibo and Tractebel may agree upon for subsequent development phases of the project.Danakali provides an update of the definitive feasibility study (DFS) for the Colluli potash project in Eritrea. The project is 100% owned by the Colluli Mining Share Co (CMSC), a 50:50 joint venture between Danakali and the Eritrean National Mining Co (ENAMCO).Significant progress is being made at the Etango uranium project, one of the world’s largest undeveloped uranium projects. It is located in Namibia, one of the world’s top five uranium producing nations with substantial mining infrastructure. Etango is one of the few uranium projects in the world with a completed definitive feasibility study and environmental permitting and will be a top 10 producer once developed, Bannerman Resources says.Horizonte Minerals, a nickel development company focused in Brazil, announces the completion of the integrated Rotary Kiln Electric Furnace pilot plant campaign for its 100% owned Araguaia nickel project in Parà State, north-central Brazil, which produced high grade ferronickel on a continuous and sustained basis to commercial specification.Moving into developmentThe WA Department of Water has granted Pilbara Minerals’ wholly-owned subsidiary Tabba Tabba Tantalum approval to take water from Ground Water Licence 181791. TTT with Global Advanced Metals Wodgina, hold a minerals and processing agreement for the operation of the Tabba Tabba mine. The initial annual approval allows water to be taken for mineral ore processing, dust suppression and mining care and maintenance as well as for mining camp purposes.Centurion Minerals has signed a non-binding Letter of Intent with Demetra Minerals to develop the Ana Sofia agricultural gypsum project in Santiago del Estero province, Argentina.Emerging Australian strategic metals producer TNG Ltd advises that the Notice of Intent (NOI) for the proposed downstream refinery site in Darwin for its flagship Mount Peake vanadium-titanium-iron project in the Northern Territory has now been submitted to the Northern Territory Government, representing a significant milestone in the overall Environmental Impact Study (EIS) assessment process.Seabridge Gold reports that results from the final two core holes drilled into Deep Kerr at its 100% owned KSM project in northwest British Columbia continue to expand the size of a potential low cost, underground block cave mining operation at the Deep Kerr deposit.Venturex Resources delivers great results from Pilbara copper-zinc project optimisation study. The study confirms robust project economics with a significant reduction in capital cost and increased mine life.Oracle Coalfields, the UK energy developer of a combined lignite mineral resource and mine mouth power plant located in the Thar desert in the southeast of Sindh Province, Pakistan, has received a Letter of “No Objection” from the Central Power Purchasing Agency Guarantee Ltd (CPPA) for the Block VI mine mouth 600 MW coal fired power plant project.Red Eagle Mining has met all the conditions precedent to drawn down its first advance from the previously announced secured $60 million credit facility. Proceeds will be used to fund the construction of the fully financed and fully permitted San Ramon gold mine in Colombia. Construction at the San Ramón mine began in August 2015 and continues on time and on budget.PolyMet Mining has completed the NorthMet Final Environmental Impact Statement. This demonstrates that PolyMet can mine and process copper, nickel and PGMs in a manner that complies with the law, protects the environment and creates hundreds of high-paying jobs in northern Minnesota. “Completion of the Final EIS is a huge milestone for PolyMet, for the Iron Range communities, and for the state of Minnesota,” said Jon Cherry, President and CEO.Centerra Gold has received the final approval of the EIA for the Öksüt project from the Turkish Ministry of Environment and Urbanization. Scott Perry, Centerra’s CEO: “The timetable for Öksüt continues to move forward as planned. The company will now focus on obtaining all the necessary land use and other operational permits to allow us to start construction and development of the project late in the first quarter or early in the second quarter of 2016.Then there are the sections on mine expansions, those now starting production and the news of mergers, acquisitions and people movements.
Arcachon : les huîtres peuvent à nouveau être consomméesLa préfecture de Gironde a donné son feu vert à la commercialisation et la consommation des huîtres du bassin d’Arcachon. Cela faisait un mois que celles-ci étaient interdites en raison d’un taux de toxines supérieur au seuil de sécurité.Voilà une nouvelle qui va réjouir les amateurs d’huîtres. Depuis le 12 avril, la consommation de ces coquillages étaient interdites sur l’ensemble du bassin d’Arcachon à cause de la présence du micro-algue toxique connue sous le nom de dinophysis. Des analyses avaient en effet révélé que le taux de toxines fabriquées par cette algue avait atteint un niveau supérieur au seuil de sécurité, conduisant ainsi les autorités à interdire leur consommation. Mais cette interdiction est désormais levée, comme l’a annoncé il y a peu la préfecture de Gironde.À lire aussiOstréiculture : fin du test de la sourisPatrick Stéfanini, préfet de la Gironde, a levé “l’interdiction de la pêche, du ramassage, du transport, du stockage, de la purification, de l’expédition, de la distribution et de la commercialisation en vue de la consommation, des huîtres du Bassin d’Arcachon”, indique t-elle ainsi dans un communiqué. La semaine dernière, des analyses avaient déjà révélé une présence de toxines inférieure au seuil de sécurité, des résultats confirmés cette semaine par de nouveaux tests.En revanche, l’interdiction n’est pas levée pour tous les coquillages. Le ramassage et la consommation des moules restent interdites sur l’ensemble du bassin ainsi que ceux des coques et des palourdes au sud de la ligne reliant la jetée Belisaire (commune de Lège Cap Ferret) et la jetée de la Chapelle (commune d’Arcachon). Comme l’a souligné la préfecture, l’interdiction restera valable tant que deux résultats consécutifs d’analyse de l’Ifremer, attestant du retour à la normale de leur qualité sanitaire, n’auront pas été constatés. Le 15 mai 2012 à 19:59 • Maxime Lambert
The Battle Ground float cruises the Rose Festival Grand Floral Parade in Portland on Saturday. It won the Rose Festival Court Award as the best example of enthusiasm and teamwork. Vancouver’s Union High School marched away with top honors Saturday during the 100th edition of the Grand Floral Parade as part of the Portland Rose Festival.Union won the Band Sweepstakes Award, naming it the best band in the parade, in an event that also saw honors go to marching bands from Heritage and Battle Ground high schools, as well as awards for band support to cheerleaders from Heritage High School. The Battle Ground Community Float also was honored with the Rose Festival Court Award.The Grand Floral Parade, Oregon’s largest single-day spectator event, wound 4.2 miles through Portland and featured floats, bands, costumed marchers, equestrian teams and even a delegation of llamas from Southwest Washington.Here are the awards presented to Clark County entries:Battle Ground Rose Float: Rose Festival Court Award (Best example of enthusiasm and teamwork)Union High School: Band Sweepstakes (Best Band in Parade)Heritage High School: First Place, Out of State Open (100 or more members)Battle Ground High School: First Place, Out of State Division A (99 members or fewer)Heritage High School: Caption Award (Band Support: Cheerleading)
Mike Ricker is a long-term resident of the Glory Hole, Juneau’s nonprofit homeless shelter, which was damaged by a flood last weekend. (Photo by Casey Kelly/KTOO)Juneau’s nonprofit homeless shelter, the Glory Hole, will be closed at least a month after a burst water pipe caused major flood damage last weekend.Patrons and staff were adjusting to that new reality Tuesday.Download AudioMike Ricker was about to go to sleep Sunday when the water started pouring down on top of him.“It came down through the Sheetrock in the ceilings three floors, because it was in the ceiling of the third floor, and down through the light fixtures,” Ricker says. “The lights were on and the water was just pouring down out of them.”Even though it’s technically an emergency shelter, Ricker has lived at the Glory Hole for about a year. He says he ended up homeless after getting behind on a number of bills. Now he’s working odd jobs and trying to get his life back on track.Ricker and about 20 other Glory Hole patrons are housed at Juneau International Hostel for the time being. St. Ann’s Parish Hall downtown is hosting the shelter’s regular breakfast, lunch and dinner service.Ricker says he’s grateful to the hostel and church for stepping up on short notice.“If they weren’t open, then what option would we have, you know?” Ricker asks. “We’d be in a pretty tough situation. Thank God for them.”Glory Hole cook Katie Parrott says the whole situation is stressful for both staff and clients.“We just want to make sure that people know that we’re still serving food and handing out sack lunches, so we’re still operating to the best of our ability,” she says.Parrott served about 10 people lunch on Tuesday, a smaller crowd than normal. She says the breakfast service for 21 patrons was about average.“So it could be just, you know, a lot of people will be doing things throughout the day, maybe won’t be here for lunch but will be here for dinner,” Parrott says. “It could be that people are trying to find somewhere to store their things. Who knows?”The closure of the shelter comes after the first big snowstorm of winter hit Juneau over the weekend. Glory Hole Executive Director Mariya Lovishchuk says the broken pipe had frozen before it sprung the leak.Lovishchuk says insurance will cover the cost of repairs, but she worries people will forget about the shelter while it’s closed during the holidays – a time when the Glory Hole typically receives a lot of donations.“One of the concerns that I have is that, you know, our fundraising efforts this year will not be as great,” Lovishchuk says. “So, you know, our operating funds for next year will be jeopardized.”She says contractor North Pacific Erectors is already working on getting the shelter back in business, and the public can help by continuing to donate money and food.
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 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 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 Related Content 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 | 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 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 | 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 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 March 12, 2013 — Brit Systems announced that Novation, the healthcare supply chain expertise and contracting company for VHA, has awarded the company a three-year contract with the potential for two expansion years. The contract starts May 1, 2013, and covers all of Brit Systems’ products, including PACS (picture archiving and communication systems), RIS (radiology information systems), teleradiology and critical results reporting. VHA is a national network of not-for-profit healthcare organizations.“BRIT is delighted to become a supplier to VHA and to be able to support their large and growing membership across the United States,” said Shelly Fisher, president of BRIT Systems. “VHA has a vigorous process of assuring their members receive industry-best products and prices. This contract allows members to purchase the entire portfolio of Brit’s quality products at these negotiated discounts. Additionally, Brit qualifies as a diversity supplier for members, allowing them to fulfill their diversity purchasing goals. BRIT shares VHA’s goals of providing the best products at the best prices and we look forward to a long relationship with them and their members.”For more information: www.brit.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 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 | March 12, 2013 Brit Systems Awarded VHA Contract
CALGARY — WestJet’s first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, emblazoned with chairman and founder Clive Beddoe’s name, has touched down in Calgary.The delivery of the brand new Dreamliner marks a new global era for WestJet, says WestJet President and CEO Ed Sims.“Today’s delivery marks a new chapter for WestJet. Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner is one of the most technologically advanced aircraft ever flown and is the perfect platform for our transition to a global network carrier,” said Sims yesterday. “We look forward to bringing Canadians to the world and the world to Canada in comfort and style.”The aircraft departed Everett, WA on Thursday after a naming ceremony with Beddoe, members of the WestJet executive team and several WestJetters.“Because of the leadership, vision and commitment of our Founder and Chairman, Clive, we had the opportunity to fly our Dreamliner home today,” he added. “It’s fitting the aircraft bears our founder’s name as we welcome the future of WestJet.”More news: Marriott Int’l announces 5 new all-inclusive resorts in D.R. & MexicoSims said WestJet will use its 320-seat Dreamliner to begin longer-range flying while giving guests a choice of Economy, Premium and Business cabins.WestJet’s Dreamliners feature WestJet’s first lie-flat business cabin seats accompanied by high-end blankets and pillows, turndown service and in-seat TVs, “offering a premium service with a distinctly Canadian feel”, according to the airline.WestJet Premium will offer seats in a 2x3x2 configuration, an elevated guest experience with a separate and private cabin and blankets and pillows available on every seat along with a self-serve social area.The aircraft also has Boeing’s turbulence-dampening technology, improved air quality with an eye to reducing jetlag, and larger windows.The first Dreamliner will fly passengers domestically on Toronto/Calgary routes starting Feb. 20 to assist with crew familiarisation before the first international service from Calgary to London (Gatwick) starts on April 28.WestJet’s second and third Dreamliners are currently on the production line at Boeing’s factory and will be delivered in February and March 2019, and will service the Calgary-Paris and Calgary-Dublin routes.More news: Sunwing ready to launch Mazatlán-Quebec City direct this winter“We are excited to welcome our friends at WestJet to the Dreamliner family,” said Ihssane Mounir, Senior Vice-President of Commercial Sales & Marketing for The Boeing Company. “The airline has achieved impressive growth with the Boeing 737 and will now use the 787’s unmatched performance and passenger comforts to profitably launch a new ‘global era’.” Tags: boeing, Dreamliner, New Plane, WestJet WestJet’s global era begins with delivery of its first B787-9 Dreamliner Friday, January 18, 2019 Share Travelweek Group Posted by << Previous PostNext Post >>
More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements HANOI, Vietnam (AP) – A court in central Vietnam has sentenced a dissident to five years in prison for distributing anti-government leaflets.The Kien Thuc newspaper says 53-year-old Phan Ngoc Tuan was convicted of collaborating with “reactionary” groups and individuals in exile to spread propaganda against the Communist state. He was convicted at a half-day trial Wednesday in Ninh Thuan province.The court also ordered Tuan to serve three years of house arrest after serving his sentence. 4 must play golf courses in Arizona Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates 0 Comments Share Arizona families, Arizona farms: working to produce high-quality milk Top Stories New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths Court officials declined to comment.Vietnam’s Communist government does not tolerate dissent. Challenges to its one-party rule can result in long prison sentences.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Sponsored Stories How men can have a healthy 2019
Travelport & TTS Sign reseller agreement for Africa, Middle East and Asia Pacific regionTravelport, a leading Travel Commerce Platform providing distribution, technology, payment and other solutions for the $8 trillion global travel and tourism industry has announced today a new agreement with TTS, a global leading player in the development of innovative solutions for the travel and tourism industry. Thanks to the agreement, Travelport will resell and distribute TTS Consolidator, TTS Corporate and TTS WeBook products in the Middle East, Africa and APAC regions.Effective immediately, the multi-year agreement will see Travelport extend its product portfolio and provide three new tools to their clients:· TTS Consolidator – a solution that optimizes and simplifies the consolidation business by automating the processes between a Consolidator agency (IATA) and its subagents.· TTS Corporate –a corporate booking tool focusing on the SME market that enables travel agencies to provide corporate travellers with a simple to implement and cost effective B2B solution which incorporates the value of Branded Fares and Ancillaries.· TTS WeBook – an Internet booking engine, easy to integrate with any website or Facebook page that allows travel agencies to offer online flight booking to their customers.Rabih Saab, President and Managing Director of Travelport, AFMESA commented: “We are delighted to announce this agreement with TTS. As a leading travel commerce platform, Travelport recognizes the importance of our partners and these TTS products will complement our broad product suite offering by providing solutions which address some of the unique requirements of our customers across Africa, the Middle East and Asia Pacific. Having recently launched Smartpoint 6.0, the leading point of sale for airline rich content and ancillaries, TTS extends our industry leading technology solutions to our customers in the region.”Pedro Barata, Founder and CEO of TTS said: “For us, this agreement represents a great opportunity to further expand the reach of TTS solutions. We hope that together with Travelport we can help travel agents in Africa, Middle East & APAC to be more productive, provide a great service to their clients and grow their revenue.“ TravelportSource = Travelport
The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling When the Saints go marching in all three Week 6 power polls for the Doug & Wolf show, you know they might be one of the hottest teams in the NFL.New Orleans put on an emphatic performance Monday Night in a 43-19 win over the Washington Redskins, helping quarterback Drew Brees reach first in NFL career passing yards and surpassing the record previously held by Peyton Manning.Bigger picture, the win was the Saints’ fourth in a row. The latest victory moved them to fourth in Doug Franz’s poll, third on Ron Wolfley’s top five ranking and all the way to second in the opinion of Paul Calvisi. New Orleans Saints quarterback Taysom Hill (7) celebrates his touchdown with Drew Brees (9) in the second half of an NFL football game against the Washington Redskins in New Orleans, Monday, Oct. 8, 2018. (AP Photo/Bill Feig) The Los Angeles Rams sit atop each of Wolf and Calvisi’s power polls, while Doug is still riding the Kansas City Chiefs train.Related LinksCBS Sports’ La Canfora expects Cardinals to trade Deone BucannonThe Consensus Week 6: Cardinals inch up after win over 49ersArizona Sports NFL Power Rankings Week 6: Cardinals out of the cellarDoug & Wolf Week 5 power poll: Rams and Chiefs, then everybody elseDoug Franz5. Bears4. Saints3. Bengals2. Rams1. ChiefsRon Wolfley5. Patriots4. Bengals3. Saints2. Chiefs1. RamsPaul Calvisi5. Bengals4. Patriots3. Chiefs2. Saints1. Rams 0 Comments Share Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories
This image released by Annapurna Pictures shows Stephan James, left, and KiKi Layne in a scene from “If Beale Street Could Talk.” (Tatum Mangus/Annapurna Pictures via AP) by Jake Coyle, The Associated Press Posted Sep 10, 2018 9:19 am PDT Last Updated Sep 10, 2018 at 10:00 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Barry Jenkins premieres ‘Beale Street’ to tears and applause TORONTO – Of the many who were moved by Barry Jenkins’ James Baldwin adaptation “If Beale Street Could Talk,” none was more shaken than the actor Brian Tyree Henry. “Get it together, Brian,” he told himself on the stage of the Princess of Wales Theatre moments after the film’s premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival“Black love is beautiful,” he said, adding an expletive, to loud applause. “I don’t think I have ever seen it like that. Barry, you have no idea how badly we needed and yearned for this.”Jenkins’ follow-up to his best picture winning “Moonlight” was arguably the most anticipated film at Toronto. It’s the first big-screen adaptation of any novel by Baldwin and just the third film by 38-year-old filmmaker who was catapulted to larger renown by the astonishing “Moonlight,” a low-budget independent film that took centre stage at last year’s Academy Awards.Jenkins wrote the script to “If Beale Street Could Talk” the same time he scripted the adaptation of Tarell Alvin McCraney’s play “In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue.” He did so without the rights to the novel, but later convinced the Baldwin estate to let him make the movie.“I honestly feel that Mr. Baldwin chose all of us,” said Colman Domingo, an actor in the film. “I believe that Mr. Baldwin chose Mr. Jenkins. As I’ve gotten to know these people, we know that Baldwin’s words live in us — all that soaring, searing language, all that rage, all that passion, all that love that only Baldwin can write. Baldwin is the Shakespeare of our times.”Baldwin’s 1974 novel is about two young lovers in Harlem, Tish (newcomer Kiki Layne) and Fonny (Stephan James), whose life together, just as it’s starting, is shattered by a racist police officer and a false accusation of rape. The film, bathed in the warm cinematography of James Laxton and the melancholy Miles Davis “Kind of Blue”-inspired horns of composer Nicholas Britell (both of whom worked on “Moonlight,” too), radiates with the love between two and the sorrow of their unjust but not uncommon circumstance.“We like to say there’s a Beale Street in every city,” said Jenkins before the screening. “There’s probably a Beale Street on the moon.”The moon reference was unwittingly ironic; Damien Chazelle’s Neil Armstrong drama “First Man” had its first screening at Toronto right before the premiere of “Beale Street” — a quirky bit of scheduling that put back-to-back the famously intertwined Oscar favourites of 2017. (Chazelle directed “La La Land,” which was mistakenly announced as the best picture Oscar winner before Jenkins’ “Moonlight” was revealed as the actual winner.)But while “Beale Street” was quickly added to this year’s lists of awards contenders, its premiere was all about the beauty and hardship of being black in America. Jenkins recalled, in the making of the film, channeling an experience he had in the midst of the post-Oscars “Moonlight” celebrations. When leaving the Governors Awards, the film academy’s after-party, and heading to a celebration for Justin Simien’s “Dear White People” (Jenkins directed an episode of the series), he overheard his driver refer to him with the n-word.“If it can happen to me with someone who’s driving me, a person in power, what do you think happens to some dude working a shift at the factory, or some dude walking down the block?” said Jenkins. “I felt this at the height of my public awareness, whatever. If it can happen to me, then it can happen to anyone and we’ve got to tell these damn stories.”“If Beale Street Could Talk” will be released by Annapurna Pictures on November 30.___Follow AP Film Writer Jake Coyle on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/jakecoyleAP
FILE – In this May 11, 2018, file photo, Britain’s Prince Charles, and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, visit the ancient site of Knossos on the southern Greek island of Crete. The royal couple have arrived in Gambia for a three-day visit. President Adama Barrow and first lady Fatoumata Barrow greeted the royal couple on Wednesday, Oct. 31, along with Gambians who came out in throngs for their arrival. (Aris Messinis/Pool Photo via AP, File) by The Associated Press Posted Oct 31, 2018 3:24 pm PDT Last Updated Oct 31, 2018 at 4:40 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Prince Charles in Gambia for first leg of Africa trip BANJUL, Gambia – Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, have arrived in Gambia for a three-day visit.President Adama Barrow and first lady Fatoumata Barrow greeted the royal couple on Wednesday along with Gambians who came out in throngs for their arrival.In February, Gambia was accepted back into the Commonwealth of Nations made up mostly of countries that were once British colonies. Former leader Yahya Jammeh withdrew in 2003, accusing the organization of being a “neo-colonial institution.”The British High Commission in Gambia said the visit would celebrate the U.K.’s “dynamic, forward-looking partnership with the Commonwealth nations on a range of shared priorities.”Charles and Camilla are scheduled to meet with Barrow on Thursday.
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semi-final was paused with the contest balanced on a knife-edge on Friday With the clock slipping past 11pm — the official curfew time for action at the All England Club to end for the day — Djokovic survived three set points in a gripping tie-break before outlasting Nadal in a 17-stroke rally to edge ahead in the match Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal change ends during their semi-final match Reuters Battle will resume at 1200GMT on Saturday with the Serbian three-time champion 6-4 3-6 7-6(9) ahead and needing one more set to book a Sunday showdown with South African Kevin Anderson The eighth seed earlier won the longest-ever Wimbledon semi-final in a test of endurance with American John Isner that finished 26-24 in the fifth set after six hours and 36 minutes Following a three-year wait for Djokovic and Nadal to continue their Grand Slam rivalry and then an afternoon caged in the locker room while the Anderson and Isner marathon unfolded they were finally let loose at gone 8pm with the roof closed With David Attenborough the doyen of countless BBC nature documentaries a guest in the Royal Box the two players tore into each other from the start like hungry lions Nearly three punishing hours later they both left Centre Court with their title hopes still intact The exhausted Anderson can only hope that another two sets of equal ferocity are required on Saturday Then he might stand half a chance of a first Grand Slam title on Sunday Prolific Rivalry Djokovic and Nadal had met 51 times before Saturday’s semi-final — the most prolific rivalry in men’s tennis But they had not shared a Grand Slam stage since Djokovic inflicted a bitter defeat on Nadal at Roland Garros in 2015 The 31-year-old Serb who leads their head-to-head series 26-25 but trails 12-17 in Grand Slam titles has been in the doldrums for a year but in the past fortnight has rekindled the inner fire that once enabled him to barge Roger Federer and Nadal aside at the top of men’s tennis There was no easing into Saturday’s 15th Grand Slam meeting between the pair It was full tilt from the first point When the opening three games lasted 16 minutes it was clear the three-hour window to finish the match was insufficient Striking the ball clean and true Djokovic pressurised Nadal and broke in the seventh game when the Spaniard netted a forehand Djokovic sealed a sensational first set in 47 minutes Second seed Nadal saved a break point at the start of the second set and celebrated holding serve with a trademark upper-cut fist pump With Djokovic hitting the lines with relentless regularity Nadal saved two more break points at 1-1 then seized the initiative to punish Djokovic for his first lapse The 12th-seeded Serb broke back immediately with a dipping forehand but Nadal replied with another break which proved decisive as he levelled the match If anything the quality went up another notch under the lights in a third set that went with serve to the tie-break Djokovic led 5-3 but Nadal won a 23-stroke exchange with a dropshot to lead 6-5 Djokovic saved that set point but Nadal earned another with a whipped forehand winner Again Djokovic resisted and again at 8-7 down Nadal saved one set point himself but Djokovic earned one more and forced an error after another long rally to grab the overnight lead John F Kennedy’s inaugural address delivered on a cold January day in 1961 was “destined to be famed within minutes of its delivery” TIME noted the following week “At last came the event that Jack Kennedy had awaited so long and worked so tirelessly to bring into reality” the magazine reported “To the ring of fanfares he arose removed his black topcoat stepped forward with Chief Justice Earl Warren and over a closed family Douay Bible repeated his oath in a clear crisp voice Whatever lay ahead of him this would always remain the high moment of John Kennedy‘s life” The speech would in fact become as well-known as was predicted thanks largely to one of the most famous lines in Presidential history: “ask not what your country can do for youask what you can do for your country” One sign of that fame: the speech (along with others by leaders like Franklin Roosevelt Winston Churchill and Aung San Suu Kyi) is one of the inspirations for the new album from Ted Nash Big Band The music Presidential Suite: Eight Variations on Freedom was originally commissioned for Jazz at Lincoln Center in 2014 The spoken rhythms of each speech directly influenced the rhythms of the music That meant each speech would need a speakerin this case celebrities and modern politicians Get your history fix in one place: sign up for the weekly TIME History newsletter To hear an example of how the project turned out listen to former Senator Joe Lieberman read a portion of that Kennedy speechand then hear the music it inspired Read TIME’s full coverage of Kennedy’s inauguration in 1961 here in the TIME Vault: The 35th Write to Lily Rothman at lilyrothman@timecomWeve all been there Five oclock nears and we ask ourselves: what did I actually get done today We feel busy but not productive It happens because were targets of weapons of mass distraction We subject ourselves to meetings that run long or shouldnt happen in the first place In this edition of Every Vowels top 3 well discuss: 1 And So We Meet Again: Why The Workday Is So Filled With Meetings Author: Yuki Noguchi TL;DR: Nine hours Its not how long I spend listening to Ariana Grande songs each week (OK maybe it is) Its how long American workers spend preparing for and attending meetings every week according to this survey Thats a 14% increase from four years ago Why do meetings last so long And why are there so many in the first place The answer is Parkinson’s Law: the notion that a task will take as long as the time you allotted for it The biggest culprit is a silent assassin Its not just you or your boss Its your Google and Outlook calendar invites Think about it: your meetings default to 30-minute intervals Why stick to that Try a 15-minute meeting next time and see what happens University of North Carolina Professor Steven Rogelberg says "Give the group half as much time … and they finish in half as much time And the quality of the meeting is just as good” But how about meetings that shouldnt be cut in half but cut entirely They persist because there’s little self-awareness among people who run meetings The vast majority self-report that they’re running meetings well ("But of course All these people doodling and tweeting must mean Im running a splendid meeting") but most participants disagree Yet nobody is willing to tell them So down the rabbit hole we go 2 4 Steps to Fast Effective Meetings Author: Christine Comaford TL;DR: If we cant tell someone they run terrible meetings then lets at least run better ones ourselves In her 30 years Christine has realized that all great meetings involve two things: Most important and most forgotten is sending out a recap email This is your contract As the meeting leader you should list participants by their respective promises and delivery dates And dont forget to include yourself That way you have an email thread to hold everyone accountable Heres an example: Hey guys Great meeting I wanted to recap Action Items / Promises moving forward: Zeke: Beryl: Jon: Let me know if I missed anything Jon 3 This Thing Will Fix Your Insane Calendar Problem Author: Shane Snow TL;DR: Are you a calendar slave Thats someone who upon being asked for a meeting books the first open slot they see Most of us are Were reactive to scheduling requests instead of being proactive It causes us to have awkward 30-minute gaps lose focus and finish the day saying "what did I actually get done" Shane shows how to change that: divide your weekdays into "core" and "explore" days The beauty of this system is structured serendipity You have your days to get work done But you keep the door open for inspiration which will help you grow even faster Want more Join 400000 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