August 14thAugust 15thAugust 16thAugust 17thAugust 20thAugust 21stAugust 22ndAugust 28thAugust 29thAugust 30thThe school will also begin accepting student registration at that time. Parents looking to register their children at Margaret ‘Ma’ Murray must bring their birth certificate and proof of residence when signing up. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Margaret ‘Ma’ Murray Community School will begin giving tours of the facility starting August 14th.All school tours will run between 4:00 and 6:00 p.m. beginning at the school’s main office.Tour dates are shown below :
In the middle of the night last week, over 130 families were forced to leave their homes without prior notice in the capital, Phnom Penh, so that a private company could redevelop the site. The shelters in the poor community were destroyed, and there have been reports that before the eviction, the community suffered intimidation and that the area’s representatives were subject to criminal charges.“It is regrettable that the ongoing negotiations with residents were abandoned, casting aside a valuable opportunity to reach a just and lawful solution to this longstanding dispute,” said Raquel Rolnik, the Special Rapporteur on adequate housing, in a statement. “It is now of utmost importance that the rights of the residents to fair compensation for their lost homes and property and the provision of adequate alternative housing are fully respected.”She noted that last week’s evictions in Phnom Penh are not isolated, but are “[alarmingly]” on the rise, with tens of thousands of people losing their homes and becoming even more destitute.In the South-East Asian nation, the expert said, there has been a “consistent pattern” of rights violations tied to forced evictions, including the systematic lack of due process, inadequate compensation, and the excessive use of force.“Given the disastrous humanitarian situation faced by the victims of forced evictions, I urge Cambodian authorities to establish a national moratorium on evictions until their policies and actions in this regard have been brought into full conformity with international human rights obligations.”Ms. Rolnik, who reports to the Geneva-based UN Human Rights Council, took up her post last May and serves in an independent and unpaid capacity, as do all Special Rapporteurs. 30 January 2009The forced evictions of tens of thousands of Cambodia’s poor constitute a “grave breach” of human rights, a United Nations independent expert said today, calling for damages to be paid for lost homes and the provision of alternative housing.
The case of a woman who says she developed post-traumatic stress disorder after serving as a juror during the trial of Michael Rafferty has been resolved.According to the Canadian Press, the woman’s lawyer said Ontario’s Ministry of the Attorney General has agreed to provide the juror with “some financial assistance” towards expenses she incurred in receiving treatment after Rafferty’s trial.Rafferty was convicted in 2012 of kidnapping, sexually assaulting and murdering 8-year-old Victoria (Tori) Stafford in Woodstock, Ont.The 57-year-old woman, who cannot be identified, argued she should be recognized and compensated as a victim of crime. The woman’s lawyers said she was forced to go on long-term disability and was previously diagnosed with PTSD and an anxiety disorder.On Monday, Ontario Attorney General Yasir Naqvi announced that by January 2017, anyone serving on a jury who required counselling will be able to receive it for free. The province will have a designated phone number available for those who need support.
Social Panorama of Latin America 2000-2001, prepared by the UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), reveals that the wealthiest 10 per cent of the region’s households captures a share of total income that averages 19 times higher than the amount received by the poorest 40 per cent of all households. Analyzing trends in income distribution, ECLAC concludes that “in most countries, this situation did not improve significantly and in some cases it even worsened during the 1990s, despite the relative recovery of economic growth and higher social spending.” Income distribution in Latin America stands out in the international context because of the large amount of total earnings received by the wealthiest 10 per cent of the population, according to ECLAC. Except for Costa Rica and Uruguay, statistics from countries of the region indicate that the richest tenth of all households appropriates over 30 per cent of income, with this figure running as high as 45 per cent in Brazil. The report does point to some positive developments, saying ECLAC has found it “encouraging” that some Central American countries have progressed – to different degrees – in terms of income distribution in urban areas. The report attributes this trend to the region’s greater economic stability, reduced demographic pressures and an increase in remittances from nationals living abroad.
In a statement today, Jamal Benomar, Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on Yemen, stressed that he is doing his utmost to help address the situation. He said the challenges can be overcome if all the parties “maintain a spirit of national partnership” and make their efforts to advance the political transition in the country through constructive cooperation.After the extensive consultations with different political leaders in Yemen, Mr. Benomar reiterated his call on the parties “to exercise wisdom” in order to reach consensus on a peaceful solution to the crisis. He also noted the importance to abide by the Transition Agreement, the outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference and relevant Security Council resolutions.According to the statement, in the past few hours, the Special Adviser met with President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi and other political leaders, including representatives of the Houthis, and the Islah, Nasserite and the Socialist parties.Mr. Benomar also confirmed that the country will continue receiving all the necessary support from the UN and the international community to maintain lasting peace and stability.Yemen has recently emerged from a complex UN-backed transition, but recent months have been marked by violence and unrest in some parts of the country. In mid-July, amid what it characterized as a “serious deterioration in the security situation” due to ongoing violence in the north-west, the UN Security Council demanded that Al Houthi militants, all armed groups and parties involved in the violence disarm, withdraw and relinquish control of [the city of] Amran.
Briefing the Security Council on Tuesday, UN Special Coordinator Nikolay Mladenov, underscored that there can be “no justification” for brutal acts, such as the “heart-breaking” death of an Israeli baby last week, reportedly killed following a drive-by attack; or the killing of a Palestinian woman in October, who was reportedly stoned to death, while driving.“They feed mistrust and hatred,” he added, calling on all stakeholders to “join the UN in condemning them unequivocally.”Mr. Mladenov also cautioned against continuing instances of inflammatory rhetoric and provocation, noting that such “highly dangerous” incitements threatened to push an “already volatile situation past the boiling point.”“Such rhetoric, particularly if it denies the right of existence of one of the sides, or their right to statehood, or glorifies terror, is dangerous and plays into the hands of extremists beyond Israel and Palestine,” he warned.On the humanitarian side, efforts to provide essential support to vulnerable Palestinians are severely hampered by rising needs, severe funding cuts, restrictions in operating space and attempts to “delegitimize” reputable relief organizations, informed Mr. Mladenov, urging the international community to support the Humanitarian Response Plan for the region into 2019.Situation in GazaTurning to Gaza – where the situation deteriorated significantly this year – the senior UN official reiterated that the only way to ensure long-term peace in the enclave was through the reunification of Hamas-controlled Gaza and the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank, under a single, legitimate and democratic Authority, as well as through the end of Israeli occupation. It is “critical”, he added, that the Egyptian-led intra-Palestinian reconciliation process continue, even though there has been no progress of late.“The UN stands firmly in support of Egypt’s efforts in this regard and urges the parties to make serious efforts to ensure the return of the legitimate Palestinian Government to Gaza”, Mr. Mladenov said, underscoring that “Gaza is, and must remain, an integral part of a future Palestinian state as part of a two-State solution.”Strengthen international consensusConcluding his briefing, the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process voiced concern over an “absence of collective efforts” to achieve an end to the occupation and the realization, of a negotiated two-State resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in line with relevant United Nations resolutions and previous agreements.“I believe that I speak on behalf of all of us today when I say that we all share a concern that at the end of 2018 we are nowhere closer to reviving efforts for a negotiated solution,” he said.“It is only by realizing the vision of two States living side-by-side in peace, security and mutual recognition, with Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and Palestine, and all final status issues resolved permanently through negotiations, that the legitimate aspirations of both peoples will be achieved.”
BHR Group’s 18th International Hydrotransport Conference calls for papers. Warnings of climate change and the need for environmentally responsible, cost-effective and efficient methods of product transportation have raised more challenges. One answer is the use of more hydrotransport handling of solid/liquid mixtures in pipelines, open channels, long distance pipelines and in-plant transference.This most basic of techniques combines a number of handling advantages with minimum maintenance and low environmental impact. But there is still potential for cost savings, innovative application and transfer of technology and knowledge between different sectors. Industry professionals need to know how to optimise handling techniques, develop and deploy new engineering solutions and see how different sectors have solved complex problems so that new installations can provide an effective return on investment.Hydrotransport is an internationally recognised conference that was established in 1970 by BHR Group. For the past 40 years this series of conferences has continued to lead the way in innovative thinking, imaginative solutions and ever-increasing improvements to the skills and development of the technology. The organisers have issued a call for papers for the 18th conference in the series, which is being held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 22-24, 2010.The latest event builds on the success of its predecessors and presents an ideal opportunity for engineers to discuss and find out more about new research and developments, discuss innovation and explore technology transfer between industries. The venue was chosen because Brazil has become one of the world leaders in the design and construction of major slurry pipelines.Papers are invited on all aspects of slurry transportation including slurry handling, in-pipeline and free-surface flows. Technical papers and those covering practical case studies involving relevant technologies, economic assessments and operational experiences are particularly welcome.Possible subjects for papers include: Long distance pipeline design, construction and operation; start-up, shutdown and commissioning; economics of long distance slurry transport; slurry preparation, dewatering and liquor clarification; slurry treatment, transport and disposal; paste and high density tailings pumping; mine backfilling and hydrohoisting; bottom and fly ash slurry handling; flue gas desulphurisation operations; nuclear waste management; pipes, valves and pump maintenance; comminution; oil & gas: rock cuttings, drilling muds, sand separation, hydrate and asphaltene deposition, GTL catalyst handling; environmental issues; in-plant slurry handling; general chemical catalyst handling; sewage sludge handling; concrete and cement handling; equipment wear; on-line sampling and instrumentation; cleaning, jetting, pigging and blockage removal; coarse particle transport; non-Newtonian, non-settling slurries; safety considerations; pipeline integrity assessment.Hydrotransport is designed for engineers from a wide range of industries, research establishments and public authorities whose responsibilities include slurry handling and transportation or are seeking novel solutions to materials transportation problems.Further information about the conference can be obtained from:Ally Davies, Conference Organiser, BHR Group, The Fluid Engineering Centre, Cranfield, Bedfordshire MK43 0AJ. Tel: +44 (0) 1234 756522/Fax: +44 (0) 1234 750074 Email: email@example.com – Web:http://www.bhrconferences.com/hydrotransport_18.aspxBHR Group (www.bhrgroup.com) is a leading independent research centre in engineering with fluids, which has performed impartial product and process development for international clients since 1947. BHR Group transfers know-how and technology to a wide range of industries through technical consultancy, contract research and research consortia, training, conferences, seminars and technical information services.
THE TICKETS ARE being refunded en masse, and the SS Garth Brooks will soon be turning around to head back to the United States.However, the cancellation of all five Garth Brooks concerts is still on the minds of those in Leinster House.Dublin city manager Owen Keegan has again been called for an Oireachtas committee, to be given the chance to respond to “evidence” the committee received during previous hearings.A statement last night said this was provided by representatives from the GAA and Aiken Promotions.This will take place at 2pm in Committee Room 4 (and if you’re not completely and utterly fed up with Garth, you can watch the proceedings here).During his last appearance, Keegan said that he believed the decision reached on the gigs was “appropriate, balanced and reasonable”.He said there was a concern about the precedent that would be set if the council allowed all five to go ahead, considering three concerts had already been held at the venue this year.Earlier this week, Croke Park director Peter McKenna claimed that Owen Keegan had assured him that the city would be supportive of the Garth Brooks gigs going ahead, but the council was quick to clarify that no assurance had been given.It will be a quiet day otherwise in Leinster House, as the Dáil has now risen for the summer, and the Seanad has just two bills to discuss.Starting at 10.30am, the final stages of both the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland Bill 2014 and National Treasury Management Agency (Amendment) Bill will be heard.Read: The Dublin city council chief talked about the Garth Brooks debacle >
People have been pondering whether or not New York City’s Grand Central Terminal (or as some people know it, Grand Central Station) would be home to an Apple Store for a long time. Just last week we wrote about how Apple was indeed planning a store there, but hadn’t commented officially on the deal. Now, according to the Wall Street Journal, Apple is in official talks for a retail space in the terminal that will span close to 15,000 square feet.The rumor has been floating around for years that Apple was planning an iconic store for such an iconic location. Since this year is the 10th anniversary of the Apple retail store, new speculation rose that Apple would do something special to celebrate the anniversary. A Grand Central Terminal store could be just that celebration.AdChoices广告The 15,000 foot store would be among Apple’s largest, but not quite the record holder: the Apple store at Covent Garden in London holds that honor at 40,000 square feet over two floors.Apple may be keeping quiet on its plans for a Grand Central Terminal store, but that hasn’t stopped other organizations from commenting on it. A spokesman for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has confirmed that Apple has spoken to them about opening a store in the terminal, and that they hope Apple puts in a bid for the open space.Over at MacRumors, they point out that the MTA may be looking explicitly for a space that would suit Apple, even offering a restaurant in a prime location a hefty buyout to relocate before its lease is up. If that’s the case, it’s a bit of a risky move, since spaces in the terminal are subject to an open bidding process, and the highest bidder wins: someone could just as easily swoop in and snatch the space from Apple if that is the case. Still, the benefit to that fact is that if Apple does decide to bid on the space, it’ll become a matter of public record and we’ll all know immediately.Read more at the Wall Street Journal via MacRumors
Going green has earned Vancouver’s Park Plaza Business Park more green, in the form of a $135,760 rebate.Clark Public Utilities issued the refund for the business park’s new energy-efficient heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. The money not only covered 70 percent of the $193,000 system’s cost, but the project delivered a few other payoffs as well, according to landlords of the six-building office park off Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard. The 17-year-old complex now uses 30 percent less energy with an HVAC system that entices new tenants and helps persuade existing companies to stick around longer.Park Plaza now maintains a high rate of occupancy in an otherwise soft leasing market, said Monique Still, asset manager for E.P. Properties, which owns the business park.“We are at 82 percent (occupancy) right now, and not getting even a quarter of the heating and cooling complaints we used to get,” Still said.Installed by Trane, the new system replaced an outdated relic that gobbled up energy at every change in outdoor air temperature, said Scott Vale, Park Plaza’s maintenance manager.That’s no longer a problem because the new system’s software calculates the amount of time it will take to heat up or cool down the buildings, and then runs accordingly.
If the average subscriber is paying the standard $10 annual price, the filing would indicate that the magazine has around 48,000 paying subscribers.Originally intended as a marketing tool for the state tourism department, Vermont Life‘s profile extends far beyond its home state, where it has become known for its use of photography and its coverage of Vermont’s farming, dining, and craft beer scenes, arts, business, and outdoor recreation.The push to sell off the property has bipartisan support in the state legislature, where lawmakers in both houses have expressed concerns over the magazine’s contributions to budget deficits. Longtime editor Mary Hegarty Nowlan resigned in May as the magazine’s future became the subject of public speculation by Governor Phil Scott and state lawmakers. Wendy Knight, who filed the request for proposals, was appointed the new commissioner of Vermont’s tourism and marketing department in March.The state says it will also entertain proposals for licensing arrangements or partnership agreements to determine the future of Vermont Life. Bids are due by November 11th.As for potential suitors, there is at least one. Paula Routly, owner of the Green Mountain State’s primary alt-weekly, Seven Days, told Vermont Public Radio in June that it would be “an honor to keep Vermont Life going.”Interested in purchasing the title? Contact Steven Cook at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here.Update/correction: This article originally ran with the subheading, “The Vermont state government puts the quarterly magazine up for sale after 71 years,” but the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing maintains that such a decision has not yet been made, providing Folio: the following statement:The State has not made a decision to sell Vermont Life. The Agency of Commerce and Community Development issued the RFP on Monday, September 11, 2017 to explore options for Vermont Life as required by the legislature. Those options include sale, licensing agreement, partnership and other proposals as appropriate. Updated on Sept. 18, 2017 at 1:45 pm.In New England, one of America’s most beloved and longest running regional magazines faces an uncertain future.Quarterly lifestyle magazine Vermont Life has been put up for sale by the the state of Vermont, which has published it since 1946 but no longer wishes to incur the costs of its continued production in a difficult financial environment.The magazine earned a little under $1.17 million in operating revenue last year, according to a state filing, mostly from subscriptions but with significant portions from advertising and sales of products like calendars. State lawmakers say it slips about $400,000 deeper into the red each year, while proponents argue that it helps generate valuable unseen revenue through tourism.
Copper prices are expected to shoot up amid fears of a shortage of the metal as about 2,500 workers at BHP Billiton’s Escondida mine in Chile are expected to strike on Thursday. Stock markets abuzz with rumours of Axis Bank-Kotak Mahindra Bank mergerThe workers, at the world’s largest copper-mining operation, had last week voted to reject a company wage offer and opted instead to go on strike, which the union has warned could be lengthy. They have alleged that BHP has offered no pay hike and is seeking to cut bonuses for those who take voluntary redundancy, as well as change shift hours. Chile’s copper output dropped by 3.9 percent in 2016, primarily on account of lower production at Escondida and Anglo American Sur mines. The South American country produces about 28 percent of the world’s copper. BHP holds a 57% stake in the Escondida mine, with Rio Tinto and Japan’s Mitsubishi Corp. as other major investors. Fearing a strike at the Escondida mine and expectations that it could trigger supply disruptions at other mines as well, prices for the red metal have been trading at an almost 18-month high of $6,000 a tonne. According to US-based brokerage Jefferies, a work stoppage at Escondida will reduce about 25,000 tonnes a week from the global copper market. For 2017, Escondida is purported to produce 1.1 million tonnes of copper, about 5 percent of the world’s total. The operator of the mine, Minera Escondida, said if the strike stretches on, it will stop producing copper as the local labour regulator has designated 80 workers to carry out work such as maintenance. The company has requested the local government to attempt a negotiation, but union officials said they were nowhere closer to a deal. Copper is used in everything from construction to telecommunications.
People walk in front of the HCL Technologies Ltd office at Noida, on the outskirts of New Delhi April 17, 2013.Reuters fileHCL Technologies Ltd. appears to be the latest IT company to join the share buyback bandwagon. The company’s board of directors will be meeting on March 20 to consider a proposal to the effect. Shares of HCL Technologies closed 1.84 percent higher at Rs 855 on the BSE on Thursday.In another significant corporate news, Reliance Capital announced carving out its retail health insurance business from its general insurance arm.A few days ago, Infosys had initiated the first steps to a possible buyback of shares by seeking shareholder nod to alter its Articles of Association. The e-voting for the enabling resolutions opened on March 2 and ends on March 31 at 5.30 pm.Shareholders can log on to www.evoting.nsdl.com for details on the e-voting procedure.Read: Infosys likely to initiate share buyback; a look at its bonus history, capital structureTCS announced on February 20 its decision to buy back up to 5.61 crore shares (or about 2.8 percent of its paid up capital) at Rs 2,850 per share. The slew of share buyback offers come after Cognizant Technology Solutions (CTS) announced a $2.7 billion plan to buyback shares starting from the current quarter (Q1, CT 2017).Last April, Wipro bought back 40 million shares at Rs 625 per share, or about 1.6 percent of its paid-up capital.TCS ended 0.75 percent higher at Rs 2,519, Wipro closed 1.23 percent higher at Rs 499, Infosys gained 1.62 percent to end at Rs 1,028 and Tech Mahindra closed marginally higher at Rs 481. Mindtree shares gained 0.69 percent to end at Rs 471 apiece.The BSE Sensex ended with gains of 188 points at 29,585, while the NSE Nifty closed 69 points higher at 9,154.Adani Ports, Tata Steel, Bajaj Auto and Asian Paints were top gainers.Reliance Capital ended with 8.47 percent gains at Rs 603 on news that the Anil Ambani-controlled company will be hiving off the retail health insurance business of Reliance General Insurance Company into a separate 100 percent subsidiary of Reliance Capital.Reliance General Insurance had recorded gross written premium of Rs 570 crore for its health insurance business during the financial year 2015-16.Gold and silver prices bound back on Thursday. Gold gained Rs 450 to close at Rs 29,100 per 10 gm while silver ended Rs 1,050 higher at Rs 41,350.
By The Associated Press HOUSTON (AP) — Investigators in Houston said Monday that they have a surveillance video image of a pickup truck from which a driver fired several shots into a car carrying a family, killing a 7-year-old girl and wounding the child’s mother.The image of the red, four-door pickup was captured shortly before the shooting occurred Sunday morning, Harris County sheriff’s Lt. Christopher Sandoval told reporters.This photo provided by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office shows an image taken from surveillance video of a pickup whose driver, according to authorities, fired several shots into a car carrying a family, killing a 7-year-old girl and wounding the child’s mother, Sunday, Dec. 30, 2018, in the Houston area. (Courtesy of Harris County Sheriff’s Office via AP)Sheriff Ed Gonzalez declined to speculate on what prompted the driver of the pickup to pull alongside and fire into the car carrying Jazmine Barnes, three of her sisters and her mother.Jazmine died at the scene, her mother suffered a gunshot wound to the arm and her 6-year-old sister was injured by shattered glass. The mother, 30-year-old LaPorsha Washington, remained in a hospital Monday.Gonzalez described the shooting as “totally unprovoked.”“The family should be celebrating and spending time together anticipating the new year and instead they’re making plans to bury this innocent, precious child,” Gonzalez said.Christopher Cevilla, father of 7-year-old Jazmine Barnes, speaks during a news conference, Monday, Dec. 31, 2018, in Houston. Authorities are seeking the public’s help in locating a man in a pickup truck who pulled up next to a car that was leaving a Houston-area Walmart parking lot Sunday and started shooting, killing Barnes inside the car and wounding the girl’s mother. (Nicole Hensley/Houston Chronicle via AP)A distraught Washington told KTRK-TV from her hospital bed that the gunman sped up after firing into her car, only to pull in front and slow down before firing again.“He intentionally killed my child for no reason,” she said. “He didn’t even know her, he didn’t know who she was.”Authorities initially said the shooting occurred as Washington was leaving a Walmart parking lot, but Gonzalez on Monday said it occurred on a nearby service road as the family was heading to a store.The gunman was described as a bearded man in his 40s wearing a red hoodie.“I hope with each passing moment his conscience is eating away at him,” Gonzalez said, later adding, “Do the right thing and turn yourself in. There’s no need for anyone else to be harmed.”Jazmine’s father, Christopher Cevilla, who appeared with Gonzalez at Monday’s news briefing, pleaded with the public to provide relevant tips to authorities so that an arrest can be made.“My daughter was 7 years old, loving, caring, very passionate with people, very sweet, just an innocent young girl,” Cevilla said. “Very smart in school. There’s just a lot of things that’s being robbed of me and my family at this moment that we will never be able to get back.”
Cancun, Q.R. — State officials have announced the rescue of 39 Cuban nationals reportedly being held against their will in a building in downtown Cancun.La Procuraduría General de la República (PGR) of Mexico reported that in coordination with members of the armed forces, they rescued 39 Cuban migrants who had been kidnapped by four of their Cuban companions.General director of the PGR, Jorge Nader Kuri, explained that the rescue was made Thursday night in Cancun after an anonymous tip.The official said that members of the PGR, in coordination with personnel from the Secretariat of the Navy (Semar) of the National Defense (Sedena), “Rescued 35 men and 4 women in Cancun, all of them migrant victims and of Cuban nationality, who, it seems, were deprived of their freedom and waiting for a probable payment for their release.”Photo: La Procuraduría General de la RepúblicaNader Kuri explained that the discovery of the people was derived from an anonymous report to which security elements responded. Authorities went to the location provided by the tip, which was in downtown Cancun.He noted that when police neared the building they heard cries for help. Once inside, the victims pointed to four men, all of Cuban nationality, as the people responsible for their deprivation of liberty.All four were arrested. Nadar Kuri added that while they were transporting the victims to hospital for medical attention, a fifth man of Mexican nationality was also identified as being part of the kidnapping ring.The official explained “He was pointed out by approximately 30 victims as the one who brought them food, so he was also arrested.”He added that inside the building, police found cash in addition to telecommunication equipment and vehicles.The four arrested Cubans and the 39 Cuban victims were all made available to the Public Ministry of the Federation to determine their legal status.Due to Cuba’s proximity to Cancun, which is about 300 kilometers, Nada Kuri says migrants from Cuba see the Mexican resort as a place to stay or a first step on their journey to the United States.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)
Technology | July 30, 2008 MiniCAT CT Cuts Dose 10 Times Videos | Radiation Therapy | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: Use of Radiotherapy to Noninvasively Ablate Ventricular Tachycardia Pierre Qian, MBBS, read more Related Content Videos | Computed Tomography (CT) | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: New Advances in CT Imaging Technology Cynthia McColl… read more Video Player is loading.GE Cardiographe cardiac CT scanner at SCCT19Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:38Loaded: 26.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:38 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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MiniCAT, a CT system developed by Xoran Technologies, captures images at a dose nearly 10 to 12 times lower than conventional CT scanners, according to a recent study at the Mayo Clinic.The system is specifically designed for head and neck imaging tasks that are critically dependent on spatial resolution, is generally found in the offices of Ear, Nose and Throat physicians and Allergists. The upright design of MiniCAT allows patients to sit in a normal position, without sedation, and the scan is complete in 40 seconds or less. The upright position eliminates the claustrophobia many experience when entering the bore of a standard CT system. The low radiation can be useful for patients at higher risk from radiation exposure, such as children. The system features sub-millimeter isotropic spatial resolution for sinuses, skull base and temporal bones to better visualize small anatomic structures, critical to assessing morphology and pathological processes. 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Source = e-Travel Blackboard: Mark Harada The increasing number of people spending vacations with family and friends living in Australia has the potential to dampen profitability for the country’s tourism operators, an industry expert believes.According to the convenor of the Tourism and Events Excellence conference, Tony Charters, industry and governments cannot rely on “raw visitor numbers” alone to boost tourism business. “Australia’s population continues to become more multi-cultural with the number of Australian residents born in Asia having doubled since 1998,” Mr Charters said.“The profile is similar with New Zealanders whose population has increased almost 50 per cent in the same timeframe, and the reality is people will spend annual leave to reunite with friends and family, and won’t necessarily be paying for accommodation or visiting attractions.”Mr Charters said the trend, which would continue to “reduce the pie for tourism operators”, needed to be “acknowledged and planned for, especially with the industry salivating about the potential of China”.“The landscape for the Australian tourism industry is changing rapidly and there are many emerging trends that will become critical and growing influences on the business environment,” Mr Charters said. “Australian business is renowned for being innovative and nimble and that is exactly what our tourism industry needs to be to embrace the 21st century marketplace.”According to Roy Morgan Research, nearly half of all Australians who vacationed in the past year were motivated by visiting family or friends – a major incentive for respondents’ future holiday plans as well. Staying with family and friends can inadvertently hurt tourism
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