Traffic Advisory Hants County

first_img Local Area Office: 902-883-9789 Fax: 902-883-8732 -30- HANTS COUNTY: Route 224 Route 224, from Cooks Brook easterly to Exhibition Grounds Road will have a one-lane closure for graveling and paving until Thursday, Aug. 31. Traffic control consists of traffic control persons and a follow me truck. Work takes place from 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. last_img

Fleetway Inc Expands Creates Highskilled Jobs in Halifax

first_imgA leading Canadian naval engineering and technical services company, is expanding in Halifax. Fleetway Inc. will create up to 100 new jobs within five years. The province, through Nova Scotia Business Inc., announced today, Dec. 10, it is supporting Fleetway’s expansion with a payroll rebate to a maximum of $1,547,000. The five-year rebate is a performance-based incentive tied to hiring targets. Part of the Irving Group, Fleetway serves major clients in the Canadian defence, shipbuilding, oil and gas, and other sectors. “Fleetway has a multi-year contract with the Canadian Navy as in-service support contractor for upgrades to our country’s major naval ships, and we plan to keep growing,” said Norman Brown, vice-president, Fleetway Inc. Fleetway is headquartered in Halifax, which is home to more than 40 per cent of Canada’s military assets. The company also has satellite offices in Ottawa and Victoria, serving the Department of National Defence. In today’s economy, competition is fierce to attract businesses such as Fleetway. Nova Scotia Business Inc. worked closely with the company to ensure the expansion happened in Nova Scotia. “Fleetway Inc. is a growing success story in a long-standing cornerstone industry,” said Economic Development Minister Angus MacIsaac. “Fleetway is providing new, well-paying opportunities for people to live and work in the province.” Fleetway’s new jobs in Halifax will include engineers, technical staff and management positions. “Now more than ever, NSBI is focused on working with companies like Fleetway to secure new growth,” said Stephen Lund, president and CEO of Nova Scotia Business Inc. “We understand Nova Scotia’s strengths, and Fleetway’s expansion adds to our province’s strong defence, security and aerospace sector.” Fleetway will mark its 25th anniversary in 2009. The company has offices in Halifax, Ottawa, Victoria and Saint John, N.B. Fleetway provides full-service solutions to customers in two key areas: in-service support (product life data cycle management, maintenance planning and support systems, logistics) as well as engineering services (production design, technical studies). Fleetway’s diverse customer base includes the oil and gas industry, pulp, paper and advance manufacturing, as well as Canada’s Department of National Defence. Nova Scotia Business Inc. is Nova Scotia’s private-sector-led business development agency. NSBI is the investment attraction arm of the province and helps businesses in Nova Scotia meet growth potential through advisory services, trade development, financing and venture capital.last_img read more

Provincial Government Offices Closed in Guysborough County Due to Winter Storm

first_imgProvincial government offices in Guysborough County are closed until 10 a.m. today, Feb. 4. Conditions will be reassessed and an announcement made at about 10 a.m. regarding office openings and closures for the remainder of the day. -30-last_img

Des élèves reçoivent le prix pour le respect citoyen

first_img Megan MacDonald, Genevieve MacDonald, Olivia Colaiacovo, Lauren Regan, Sara James, Megan Rennie et Maria Sotiropoulos, membres de « Drops of Hope », une équipe de « Destination Imagination », Halifax Regional School Board Adam MacLean et Joella MacIsaac, membres de « Keep the Promise », Cape Breton-Victoria Regional School Board Emmalee Harvey et Natalie Baker, pour l’organisation de la journée de la gentillesse, South Shore Regional School Board Kyle Landry, Breah Sampson-MacDonald, Brianna MacDonald, Stephanie Grimard, Morgan Bona, Jordan Delaney et Hayley Thompson, membres du Conseil jeunesse mixte GRC-SAERC, Strait Regional School Board Monique Silver et Micaela Murphy, membres de « Best Friends for Lunch », Annapolis Valley Regional School Board Hailey Thomas, Prince Andrew High, Dartmouth Hailey Handspiker-Wade, Digby Regional High School, comté de Digby Brynn Lowe, Port Maitland Consolidated Elementary, comté de Yarmouth Andrew Son, Halifax Grammar School, Halifax Nykola Killam, Liverpool Regional High School, Liverpool Shawnee Paul, Allison Bernard Memorial High School, Eskasoni Katie LeBlanc-Boudreau, École Beau-Port, comté de Richmond Mary Clarissa MacLean, Cobequid Educational Centre, comté de Colchester Matthew Bond, Sydney Mines Junior High, Municipalité Régionale du Cap-Breton MacKenzie Cook, Guysborough Academy, comté de Guysborough Meghan Hale, Horton High School, Kentville La promotion de la culture mi’kmaw, la lutte contre la pauvreté et la sensibilisation aux problèmes vécus par la communauté transgenre sont quelques-uns des moyens utilisés par les élèves de la Nouvelle-Écosse pour promouvoir le respect citoyen. Le mercredi 25 février, à l’occasion de la Journée nationale contre l’intimidation, des élève de partout dans la province assisteront à une cérémonie à la résidence vice-royale pour recevoir le Prix du lieutenant-gouverneur pour le respect citoyen. « Partout dans la province, les jeunes accomplissent des gestes pour apporter des solutions aux questions difficiles auxquelles font face leurs écoles et leurs collectivités, a déclaré le lieutenant-gouverneur J. J. Grant. C’est un honneur pour moi de pouvoir rendre hommage à des élèves compatissants et courageux pour leurs remarquables réalisations, et de les remercier d’inspirer des gens de tous âges à travailler pour que notre société soit plus inclusive. » Le prix est remis à des élèves qui font preuve de leadership et d’engagement dans la création de lieux sûrs et accueillants, où l’intimidation n’est pas tolérée et où les rapports respectueux et responsables sont encouragés. Les élèves des écoles publiques et privées, les élèves du conseil Mi’kmaw Kina’matnewey et les élèves inscrits au programme d’enseignement à domicile du ministère de l’Éducation et du Développement de la petite enfance pouvaient présenter des candidatures. Les prix individuels ont été remis aux élèves suivants : Les équipes récipiendaires sont : Les récipiendaires ont été choisis par un comité consultatif formé de représentants du Bureau du lieutenant-gouverneur, du ministère de l’Éducation et du Développement de la petite enfance, du Syndicat des enseignants de la Nouvelle-Écosse, de l’Association des conseils scolaires de la Nouvelle-Écosse, de la Fédération des associations foyer-école de la Nouvelle-Écosse et de la Fédération des parents acadiens de la Nouvelle-Écosse. Pour plus d’informations sur les récipiendaires, consultez le site antibullying.novascotia.ca/fr/prix-du-lieutenant-gouverneur-pour-le-respect-citoyen .last_img read more

IPL final venue decision after checking with Chennai

first_imgNew Delhi: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided that a call on whether Chennai will get to host the final of the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League will be taken after discussing the issue with the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA). The closure of the three stands at the Chepauk Stadium is the cause for concern as otherwise the rule of the tournament says that the defending champion gets to host the opening game as well the final. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over Chandigarh The Supreme Court-appointer Committee of Administrators met in the capital on Monday, but a decision was not reached. Members of the board will have an interaction with TNCA officials before taking a call on whether Chennai hosts the coveted final or the hosting right is given to Hyderabad as they were runners-up last year. Speaking to IANS, a senior BCCI official said that it was important to speak to TNCA before a call is taken on the matter. Also Read – Vijender’s next fight on Nov 22, opponent to be announced later “It is important to meet the TNCA officials since Chennai should be the venue for the finals in the ordinary course. The BCCI-IPL must also make all efforts to speak with the local authorities to ensure the requisite permissions are granted in order for the cricket loving public of Chennai to witness the IPL final,” the official said. Last year Chennai lost on hosting Chennai Super Kings’ home games after the Cauvery water dispute saw their home games being shifted to Pune.last_img read more

Huawei in court Defence asks for release of documents surrounding Meng Wanzhous

The Crown says that it has already made extensive disclosure to Meng and that the additional disclosure being sought is either not relevant to a material fact or is privileged.“This application can only be characterized as a fishing expedition for materials she hopes will reveal the speculative conspiracy she alleges,” says the Crown response. “Courts have repeatedly held that fishing expeditions are not permitted when an applicant seeks disclosure in extradition.”The disclosure application is being heard in advance of the actual extradition hearing, which is expected to get under way in January.The arrest touched off an international furor, as the Chinese government claimed that Meng’s human rights were being violated and Canadian officials responded by saying that they were merely following extradition protocols.It came amidst a trade war between China and the U.S. and has resulted in Beijing taking several actions including what some critics have said are retaliatory arrests of several Canadian citizens and blocking imports of canola seeds, pork and beef from Canada.Meng, who is expected to appear in court for the proceedings, remains out on $10-million bail and is living in one of her two Vancouver homes.She appeared relaxed during her court appearance Monday, chatting amiably with several women outside court as she awaited the start of the proceedings.The U.S. alleges that Meng participated in a scheme to circumvent U.S. trade sanctions against Iran. She has been charged with multiple counts of mail and wire fraud and, if convicted, faces a lengthy jail term. Meng and Huawei have denied the allegations.kfraser@postmedia.comtwitter.com/keithrfraser Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou leaves her disclosure application hearing at B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver on Monday, Sept. 23, 2019. A disclosure application by Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou amounts to nothing more than a “fishing expedition,” say lawyers for the federal government.Meng, who was arrested at the Vancouver airport on Dec. 1 last year and is being sought for extradition to the U.S. to face fraud charges, has filed an application seeking more disclosure that she hopes will prove her allegation that there was an abuse of process in her case and that Canadian and U.S. authorities engaged in misconduct.In her application, the chief financial officer of Huawei claims that the RCMP and the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) were acting as agents for the FBI for the purpose of obtaining and preserving evidence following her arrest.She says the alleged misconduct includes the filing of a misleading affidavit by the RCMP to obtain a court order for the arrest and allegedly disobeying the order requiring that she be immediately taken into custody following her arrival at the airport.The daughter of the company’s billionaire founder also claims that there was an attempt to conceal the misconduct through misleading notes and declarations that have been released.The disclosure sought includes all “pertinent” notes, emails, texts, reports and memoranda of the RCMP, CBSA, ministry of justice and the federal government.It also includes all communications between the U.S. Attorney’s office and other U.S. law enforcement, including the FBI and the U.S. Department of Justice, as well as communications with the RCMP and CBSA.Meng’s lawyers claim that she was arbitrarily detained for three hours at the airport and compelled to hand over her electronic devices and passcodes. They say that the court order required that officials arrest her immediately.In court Monday, Meng’s lawyer Richard Peck began what is expected to be several days of submissions on the disclosure application.At the same time, the Crown, which is acting on behalf of U.S. authorities, released to the public its written submissions on the application which deny any misconduct on the part of U.S. and Canadian authorities and take aim at the application itself.Government lawyers, noting that the extradition case relates to Meng allegedly misrepresenting facts to a bank regarding Huawei’s business dealings in Iran resulting in HSBC extending US$900 million of credit to the Chinese tech giant, say that the disclosure application does not relate directly to those allegations.Instead, Meng seeks to obtain documents in a bid to show that the RCMP and CBSA engaged in improper communications with U.S. officials leading to actions amounting to an abuse of process, says the Crown.To obtain the disclosure, Meng must prove there is an “air of reality” to the allegations, but the Crown says there is no evidence to back up her claims.“There is no evidence the CBSA or RCMP acted improperly, much less abusively,” says the 54-page Crown document. “The applicant has also failed to demonstrate that her allegations could justify the draconian remedy of a stay of proceedings.“There is no evidence that the conduct of officials, either Canadian or foreign, has compromised the fairness of the extradition proceedings or tainted the proceedings in any other manner such that a stay would be required.” Nick Procaylo / PNG read more

UN agency and European Union kickoff pledging conference to support return of

“We need to invest in Somalia so that some of the refugees who are currently stranded in refugee camps can go home and participate in rebuilding their country,” Mr. Guterres said in a press statement ahead of the event, which took place in Brussels, Belgium.“That would benefit not only Somalia and the Somali refugees, but the entire region.”More than 2 million Somalis remain displaced in the region in a refugee situation that has been going on for 23 years, including some 1.1 million in their own country and 967,000 as refugees in the neighbouring countries. Somalis are among the top 10 nationalities of those who have been crossing the Mediterranean to Europe in 2015, according to the High Commissioner’s Office (UNHCR).With Somali refugees making up one of the leading protracted refugee situations, delegates from more than over 40 countries and organizations are meeting in Brussels for a pledging conference organized by the UN refugee agency and the European Union and attended by Somali and Kenyan leaders.They discussed how to concretely prepare for voluntary returns of Somali refugees from the region and enhance absorption capacity in areas of return in Somalia by strengthening humanitarian and development actions, as well as the security and resilience of refugees and host communities in Kenya.The initial plan of action, which is aligned with the Somalia New Deal Compact framework, requires a total of $500 million and will run for two years until the end of 2017, according to the agency.At the end of the day, UNHCR tweeted that the pledging conference raised $105 million.“Around the world, sustainable voluntary return home is the solution which most refugees prefer for themselves and their families,” the top refugee official said. “Somalis are no exception.”UNHCR and partners have helped some 5,300 refugees to voluntarily return to Somalia since December 2014; while a significant number have returned spontaneously, and the refugee agency is now getting ready to move into the enhanced phase of this operation, which will aim to assist 135,000 refugees to return to Somalia between January 2016 and December 2017. The majority of Somali refugees (420,000) are living in Kenya, mostly in the five refugee camps in Dadaab in the north-east of the country. Nearly 250,000 Somali refugees are living in Ethiopia and a similar number in Yemen.The UN official said he hoped that,” as the global refugee crisis has moved into the centre of the international community’s attention, states and development partners will take a holistic approach to the problem” by “addressing their continued needs for protection in the region and enhancing our efforts to support sustainable voluntary return.” read more

Eight employees set to retire as 2018 draws to a close

Beulah Alexander’s Brock University employment story is unconventional.The graduate administrative assistant for the Faculty of Mathematics and Science started her 31-year career at the University through a government-funded program for unemployed female secretaries, many of whom had removed themselves from the workforce to care for their children.“By this time, I had two children, Haven and Leolah, and thought it would be a great opportunity to improve my skills,” said Alexander (BA ’02, MEd ’06), who is one of eight Brock University employees retiring at the end of this month. “Plus, I wanted to evaluate the electric typewriters being used so that I could purchase one.”Born in Monsterrat, West Indies, Alexander and her husband Lionel moved to St. Catharines from Sandy Lake, Ont. in the spring of 1986 to continue their post-secondary education. Lionel was accepted to Brock’s Master of Education program and she to a Bachelor of Arts.Lionel began his full-time studies that fall, but it wasn’t until two years later in September 1988 that Alexander began her own part-time course work for the BA.In January 1987, while Lionel was working on his MEd, the co-op program Alexander was involved with assigned her to work in Brock’s Teacher Education section of the Admissions Office — a role she remained in for 12 years.“Those were the days when the Pre-Service Teacher Education program would receive 7,000 to 8,000 applications per year when there were only 300 placements available,” she said.In addition to scoring the experience profiles for the pre-service program, Alexander was responsible for the admission and registration processes for the Adult Education program as well as the additional qualification (AQ) courses for teachers updating their certification. This often meant travelling across Niagara and Southern Ontario to settle registration problems.She was once subpoenaed to court to testify about an error in a student’s record.“When a teacher completes an AQ course, the University sends the Ministry of Education a recommendation to update their qualification record,” she said. “I was subpoenaed because a student’s record was updated at the Ministry when it should not have been. They thought Brock recommended it, but we did not.”In 1999, Alexander moved to the Faculty of Education’s Office of the Dean and then, in 2002, took on a role in the Department of Biological Sciences. In 2010, her role changed to include the entire Faculty of Mathematics and Science.“I find joy in solving problems for the individuals I serve,” she said. “People often come to my office in need of direction or problem-solving. They ask me to pray with them. I’m going to miss that.”She said she’ll also miss singing in the Brock women’s choir, working out at The Zone and participating in ‘salad Mondays’ with her colleagues.Although Alexander officially retires Monday, Dec. 31, she will be back in the new year to help out until her replacement is hired and trained.Once her work at Brock is complete, Alexander plans to visit her ailing mother in St. Lucia and begin courses in online marketing.Additional employees retiring this month:John Culp, Audio-Visual Technician, Client ServicesLength of service: 27 yearsLast day at Brock: Friday, Dec. 21Plans for retirement: Road and mountain biking; kayaking; cross-country skiing; playing his bass, rhythm and electric guitars; learning how to play his other instruments, such as a mandolin, five-string banjo, violin, harmonica and keyboard; reading through his collection of books on classics, history and religion; and continuing to study the Italian and French languages.What he’ll miss: The atmosphere and the many smiling faces of the people he served daily.Lorraine Dahse, Custodian, Facilities ManagementLength of service: 14 yearsLast day at Brock: Wednesday, Dec. 19Plans for retirement: Cleaning and organizing her house and finding part-time work to keep busy.What she’ll miss: Her fellow workers, including those she took breaks with or knitted with at lunch.Joyce Engel, Chair and Associate Professor, NursingLength of service: Nine yearsLast day at Brock: Friday, Dec. 21Plans for retirement: Enjoying her grandchildren, painting walls and pictures, spending time with her husband Stan, and continuing to write and research.What she’ll miss: Teaching and working with students who remind her of the energy and enthusiasm with which she first came to Nursing; being able to research, write, teach, develop curriculum, participate in committees and engage in leadership; and above all else, the amazing people at Brock — students, colleagues, leaders and administrators.Cynthia Leavitt, Library Assistant, Collection ServicesLength of service: 35 yearsLast day at Brock: Friday, Nov. 30Debbie Jane Shepherd, Admissions Officer, Registrar’s OfficeLength of service: 31 yearsLast day at Brock: Friday, Dec. 21James Weatherson, Custodian, Facilities ManagementLength of service: 25 yearsLast day at Brock: Friday, Dec. 14Plans for retirement: Golfing, painting and plastering.What he’ll miss: All of the friendly employees and students at Brock.Barbara Whittard, Innovative Systems Co-ordinator, Library SystemsLength of service: 43 yearsLast day at Brock: Friday, Dec. 7Plans for retirement: Travelling to Hawaii in April and going on a river cruise in the Rhine River in October; hiking the Bruce Trail with friends; and volunteering with a senior home where a family member lives. read more

Russell Group university outreach programmes flounder as half admit fewer state school

In 1998/99, the first year that Hesa started collecting the data, 85 per cent of university students were from state schools.Sarah Stevens, head of policy at the Russell Group, said that where individual universities have seen dips in the number of state school students “they will of course take it seriously and we all want to see further progress”.She added: “Overall the proportion of state school pupils entering Russell Group universities has remained steady, accounting for around four out of every five students.“A great deal of effort and investment is going into making our universities more inclusive, including vital outreach work with schools. We’re doing more and more evaluation, to better understand and prioritise the interventions which work best.” For the second year running, Oxford admitted the lowest proportion of state school students  Russell Group university outreach programmes appear to have floundered as half admitted fewer state school students than the previous year.Durham, Exeter, Edinburgh, Warwick and Birmingham universities are among those where the proportion of state educated pupils has fallen, according to data published by Higher Education Statistical Agency (Hesa).Last year Russell Group universities spent £254 million on “outreach” activities, aimed at encouraging more students from disadvantaged background to apply, with a further £270 million due to be spent in the year ahead.Initiatives include bursaries, extra tutoring and support, and giving lower offers to those coming from state schools. Professor John Jerrim, an expert in social statistics at University College London’s Institute of Education, said the figures show that “very little progress is actually being made” despite millions being invested by Russell Group universities into outreach schemes.“Universities are spending a lot of money on outreach,” he said. “But a lot of it isn’t evaluated so they don’t know if it’s working or not. They might be spending a lot of money on stuff that isn’t working.” He added: “The key thing is for them to start evaluating – to actually work out the stuff they are running and see if it’s working. At the moment frankly they don’t have a clue.”For the second year running, Oxford admitted the lowest proportion of state school students out of all non-specialist universities.Last year 58.2 per cent of its intake were state educated, which was up from 57.7 per cent the year before. Meanwhile Cambridge admitted more state school students last year (63.4 per cent) compared to the year before (63.5 per cent).Chris Millward, director for fair access and participation at the Office for Students, said the data shows the “incremental progress” that is being made. He said that the OfS will put pressure on universities to “enhance” their plans on how to admit more students from disadvantaged backgrounds.  “We want universities to understand how they are performing using sophisticated measures, looking across different characteristics to understand disadvantage in their own context and targeting their activity and investment so that it really works,” he said.The proportion of state school students admitted to all British universities dropped slightly from 90 per cent in 2016/17 to 89.8 per cent in 2017/18, the data showed. For the second year running, Oxford admitted the lowest proportion of state school students  Prof Jerrim said that some of the top universities can “hide” from the issue by saying: “We are just taking the best people with the strongest qualifications”. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more

Drill and blast conference in South Africa hosted by Sandvik

first_imgRecent technology advances in surface drilling and blasting have led to significant improvements in productivity – and to the bottom line. Now drilling and blasting experts from all over the world are preparing to gather at Emperor’s Palace in Kempton Park, South Africa, October 11-13 to showcase these innovations. The Surface Drilling and Blasting Symposium, hosted by Sandvik through The Mining Forum, will provide a platform for education and discussion across a spectrum of pertinent topics in this arena. The program will open with a keynote address on Drilling and Blasting in the Mining Process by Chris Brindley, President of Sandvik Mining and Construction Africa. Other presentation titles include Drilling Method Selection; Drill Tools and Application; Blasting Technology; Compressed Air; Measuring Bit Performance; Equipment Reliability and Contract Drilling.The program also covers reviews of applied drilling methods and technologies, drill rigs, surface mining blasting techniques and measurement of drilling performance. Case studies around the globe will give practical examples of drilling and blasting challenges and solutions. The critical issues of safety, regulatory compliance and environmental protection will be an ongoing theme, alongside the introduction of new products, services and equipment.This is a symposium not to be missed. Over three stimulating days, drilling and blasting professionals, together with engineers, equipment suppliers and other stakeholders, will pool their vast knowledge to determine the latest leading practices in this critically important sphere of mining. Several workshop sessions will be held to discuss possible solutions for drilling and blasting challenges.For more information contact Jacques Britz on (011) 929-5300 or Alice Ward on (011) 929-5400, or e-mail info@theminingforum.co.za. Visit http://www.theminingforum.com/ for the detailed programme and to register.last_img read more

Ireland agree to close the roof for Cardiff clash with Wales

first_img Mar 9th 2017, 3:14 PM Share12 Tweet Email1 Thursday 9 Mar 2017, 3:14 PM Ireland agree to close the roof for Cardiff clash with Wales Joe Schmidt has opted to go for a shut roof, with scattered showers forecast for Cardiff. http://the42.ie/3278686 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Android 54 Comments center_img By Murray Kinsella 32,242 Views Short URL Murray Kinsella reports from the Principality StadiumTHE ROOF WILL be closed for tomorrow’s Six Nations clash between Ireland and Wales at the Principality Stadium [KO 8.05pm].Wales have a preference for shutting the retractable roof for games at the Cardiff venue, but opposition teams have the final say in whether it remains open or not. The roof will be shut tomorrow in Cardiff. Source: Billy Stickland/INPHOEngland opted to leave the roof open for their clash with the Welsh in the second round of this years’s championship, but Ireland have agreed to close it.Scattered showers are forecast for Cardiff tomorrow and, presumably with that in mind, Joe Schmidt and Ireland have gone along with the Welsh desire to close the roof.“It’s staying closed,” said Wales assistant coach Robin McBryde this afternoon after his side’s captain’s run at the Principality Stadium.Ireland are more than happy to go with our decision. In fairness, from the supporters’ point of view, that’s going to add to the occasion. It will be a fantastic atmosphere and that’s what it’s all about.“Teams come to Cardiff wanting to play in the Principality and make it as great an occasion as possible. It’s closed, so we’re looking forward to that.”The closed roof will serve to accentuate the volume of what is expected to be a raucous crowd in the stadium tomorrow. The pitch should remain dry, of course, although Schmidt has previously spoken about the manner in which moisture tends to build up inside the stadium when the roof is closed.Ireland opted to leave the roof open when the sides met here in the 2015 Six Nations, although they did play under a closed roof in Cardiff in their 2015 World Cup games against Canada, France and Argentina. Wales’ players emerge for their captain’s run today. Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHOMeanwhile, McBryde says he expects Wales to bounce back from the criticism they have faced following defeats to England and Scotland.Interim head coach Rob Howley has decided not to make any changes to his matchday 23 after the loss to the Scots in round three, and a response is now required.“I think each individual deals with it differently. If you go looking for it, you’re going to find the criticism,” said McBryde.As far as I’m concerned, when you’re taking part in international rugby as a player and a coach, you’re always under constant pressure. Maybe a little more so in Wales.“But the way we react to it, that can only be shown on the field. For myself personally, there’s still a level of hurt there from the Scottish defeat and I’m sure players are feeling that as well.“We need to react in a positive manner in the opening stages with what will be a very confident Irish team.”Subscribe to The42 Rugby Show podcast here: Nash holds captaincy despite Kelly return to Ireland U20 midfieldBilly Vunipola named on the bench as England get set for Scotland clash iTuneslast_img read more

New CCCCC pentadentate chelates with properties for use in photothermal therapy

first_imgIn order to get this pentadentate compound into the body, Zhu, et al. loaded the pentadentate on PEG micelle nanoparticles. They found that when interacted with SCC7 cells, a squamous cell carcinoma line, the tumor volume and cell viability decreased substantially compared to controls. Since in vitro testing worked so well, Zhu, et al. then wanted to see how the pentadentate nanoparticles worked in vivo.Studies with SCC7 tumor-bearing mice showed that after fourteen days, the control group had tumors that were larger (up to twelve times larger) than at the beginning of the experiment. The group with the nanoparticles, however, showed a significant decrease in tumor size and comparable efficacy to nanotubes and nanoporphyrins. This work demonstrates a new CCCCC pentadentate structure in which the five-carbon coordination center is co-planar with the metal. These new compounds provide an example of a rare type of aromaticity and have properties that make them excellent candidates for photothermal therapy. Finally, Zhu, et al. tested whether theses pentadentate compounds could be used for photothermal therapy. For PTT, often IR or near-IR is used to apply heat to cancer cells in an effort to destroy the cells. The various pentadentate compounds were first tested to determine the relationship between the concentration of the pentadentate compound and solution temperature. The compound with benzene substituents showed the most promising temperature changes. © 2016 Phys.org In a study recently published in Science Advances, several researchers from Xiamen University in China report the synthesis and characterization of a pentadentate, five-carbon, chelating molecule. This planar molecule coordinates osmium and is amenable to several substituents. Furthermore, its properties make it a good candidate for photothermal therapy.The current study builds on work by this group in which they found that the ligand’s Möbius aromaticity plays a key role in stabilizing the metal center. Möbius aromaticity stems from molecular orbital theory in which an aromatic ring’s pi-donating atomic orbitals rotate around the ring like a Mobius strip. This study reports the synthesis of a ligand with planar 12-center 12-electron dπ-pπ pi-conjugation, the largest planar Möbius aromatic system reported. It is comprised of two fused five-member rings, a six-member ring, and a three-member, non-aromatic ring. Structurally, the five carbon donor atoms are in the same plane (equatorial) while the two phosphorous atoms are in the axial plane. The osmium metal is almost co-planar with the carbon atoms. The C-Os bond lengths indicate delocalized bonds. As reported by the authors of the study, this structure represents the highest coordination number for a metal atom coordinated to carbon donor atoms in planar geometry. The synthesis of these planar pentadentate compounds was fairly straight-forward involving a ring expansion with alkynes or allenes with various substituents. The first product, resulting in phenyl substituents on the six-membered ring and the three-member ring was made with 3-ethynylthiophene and silver borohydride at room temperature. This product, as well as the ones with cyclohexane, cyclopropane, and thiophene substituents was characterized with NMR, high-resolution mass spectrometry, and elemental analysis, all of which confirmed a pentagonal bipyramidal structure and delocalized Os-C bonds.UV-Vis studies and near-IR showed that the absorption spectra changed based on different substituent groups (See figure above). This indicates that the pentadentate compound’s photophysical properties change based on structural differences. This could have implications for tuning these compounds for practical uses. (Phys.org)—Macrocyclic and chelating molecules are important in physiological processes and pharmaceuticals. Hemoglobin, for example, is a chelating molecule in which iron is coordinated to donor atoms in a porphyrin ring. Often the donor atoms are some combination of nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorous, and sulfur. For example, nitrogen serves as the donor atoms in hemoglobin. Sometimes carbon acts as a donor atom, but it is usually as a heterocycle with one of these other atoms. Explore further Journal information: Science Advances New inorganic aromatic ion More information: C. Zhu et al. CCCCC pentadentate chelates with planar Mo bius aromaticity and unique properties, Science Advances (2016). DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1601031AbstractThe coordinating atoms in polydentate chelates are primarily heteroatoms. We present the first examples of pentadentate chelates with all binding atoms of the chelating agent being carbon atoms, denoted as CCCCC chelates. Having up to five metal-carbon bonds in the equatorial plane has not been previously observed in transition metal chemistry. Density functional theory calculations showed that the planar metallacycle has extended Craig-Möbius aromaticity arising from 12-center–12-electron dπ-pπ π-conjugation. These planar chelates have broad absorption in the ultraviolet-visible–near-infrared region and, thus, notable photothermal performance upon irradiation by an 808-nm laser, indicating that these chelates have potential applications in photothermal therapy. The combination of facile synthesis, high stability, and broad absorption of these complexes could make the polydentate carbon chain a novel building block in coordination chemistry. X-ray molecular structure and UV-vis–NIR absorption spectra. Credit: C. Zhu et al. Citation: New CCCCC pentadentate chelates with properties for use in photothermal therapy (2016, September 14) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2016-09-ccccc-pentadentate-chelates-properties-photothermal.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Cytotoxicity and photothermal therapy. Credit: C. Zhu et al.last_img read more

Book on INA launched

first_imgNetaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s 121st Birth Anniversary was celebrated on January 23 at Netaji Bhawan where a number of programs were organized by Netaji Research Bureau. Keshri Nath Tripathi was present as the Chief guest at the occasion. During the program, Governor of West Bengal released the Bengali translation book of “India’s Freedom Struggle and The Great INA” written by Mohammed Zaman Kiani, Major General of INA. This memoir by Kiani has been translated in Bengali by Prabir Mukhopadhyay. One will get to know of many incidences in this book which is even unknown amongst many people of India and Pakistan even now. In this book, many unknown information about Netaji is available. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfAfter the death of Kiani in Pakistan, with the help of Netaji Research Bureau, the Reliance Publishing House, New Delhi published this book in 1994, where Sisir Kumar Bose wrote the Preface. The Publisher received several requests from different corners to publish this book in Bengali. With the release of this Bengali edition book, the long awaited desire of Netaji lovers will be fulfilled. This book will be available at Netaji Research Bureau or can be bought online on Amazon or Flipkart.last_img read more

Bruce Fordyce to kick off family funwalk

first_imgIf you have the energy to take on 3km or 5km on foot, then make your way over to La Verna Hospital on Saturday (November 5) for a family fun-walk.Registration starts at 12pm at La Verna’s visiting specialist parking. Marathon icon Bruce Fordyce will be at the registration and will be kicking off the fun-walk.There will also be a raffle for which you can buy tickets and stand a chance of winning great prizes, including a weekend getaway for two sponsored by Tsogo Sun.Registration fees are R10 for kiddies and R20 for adults.All proceeds will go to Hospice, so it’s a walk for a good cause.DID YOU KNOW? Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics. If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them. To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite last_img read more

Explosion shuts down oil pipeline in Turkey

first_img Men’s health affects baby’s health too How men can have a healthy 2019 Comments   Share   Top Stories New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Sponsored Stories center_img Associated PressANKARA, Turkey (AP) – An explosion and fire have shut down a pipeline that carries oil from Iraq to world markets, an official said Saturday. No one was hurt in the blast.The explosion late Friday hit a section of a pipeline that takes oil from the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk to Turkey’s Mediterranean port of Ceyhan, near the southeastern town of Midyat, said an Energy Ministry official. A second line that runs parallel was not damaged, but was also briefly shut down as a precaution, the official said. The two pipelines carry about 25 million tons of crude oil a year.The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of government rules, said the cause of the blast was under investigation but was most likely the result of sabotage. Kurdish rebels, fighting for autonomy in Turkey’s Kurdish-dominated southeast, have bombed the pipeline before, cutting oil flows from Iraq for days.Firefighters put out the blaze by Saturday afternoon, the official said, adding that repairs to the pipeline were about to begin. It was not clear when oil flows to Ceyhan would resume.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous oflast_img read more

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first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterAPT is offering exciting new reasons for travel agents to book clients on its Kimberley Wilderness Adventures 4WD touring and coastal cruising programme for 2017.For a limited time only, agents can offer clients the chance to take advantage of APT’s new ‘Fly Free’ SuperDeal. Valid on all September departures of its most popular tour, the 15-day Kimberley Complete, the offer is available until sold out and terms and conditions apply.The award-winning Australian travel operator is also including all meals across every departure in the portfolio in 2017.In the Kimberley, APT’s new brochure has a choice of 15 itineraries: eight 4WD Adventures, four Cruise Adventures and three Land & Cruise Adventures.Commenting on the new brochure, Angus Tandy, Product Manager of APT’s Kimberley Wilderness Adventures, said, “We’ve seen this programme go from strength to strength over the past few years as more Aussies choose to explore more of Outback Australia. It’s thanks to our strong relationships with our retail and industry partners that we’re able to sustain this success. We hope that with exciting offers, and more inclusions, together we can continue to capture bookings for this incredible region.”Kimberley Wilderness Adventures offers the chance to explore a region regarded as one of Australia’s last frontiers in small groups of no more than 20 people aboard its own fleet of custom-designed 4WD vehicles. APT has 50 years of Australian outback touring experience and has built an impressive team of expert driver guides who accompany each tour from start to finish.The most popular itinerary is the 15-day Kimberley Complete. Priced from $9695 per person, twin share, the tour takes guests on a once-in-a-lifetime journey across the remote northerly part of Western Australia.Guests commence their tour in Broome, travelling to Fitzroy Crossing, the Bungle Bungle Range, Kununurra, Ord River and El Questro Wilderness Park, then journeying the Gibb River Road taking in Home Valley Station, Mitchell Plateau, Drysdale River Station and Bell Gorge. The trip concludes with a stay at the five-star Cable Beach Club Resort and Spa in Broome.Included are APT Signature Experiences such as a helicopter ride over Mitchell Falls, exclusive access to Zebedee Springs at El Questro and sunset drinks overlooking the Bungle Bungle Range.Price includes all accommodation including the chance to stay at APT’s network of Wilderness Lodges at Mitchell Falls, Bell Gorge and the Bungle Bungle Range; all meals including a welcome and farewell dinner at Cable Beach Club’s Sunset Bar & Grill; all sightseeing, park and excursion fees; transfers to and from the airport; expert services of the Kimberley’s best driver-guides; travel in a custom built 4WD; and additional guides on selected walks.Awarded Best Domestic Tour Operator for five consecutive years running (2012 – 2016) at the National Travel Industry Awards, APT plays host to more people in the Kimberley each year than any other premium tour and cruise operator and is widely recognised as being one of the region’s leading tourism providers.APT’s Kimberley Wilderness Adventures 2017 brochure is available now.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img read more

Boston Massachusetts – Reported by Elite Traveler

first_imgBoston, Massachusetts – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazineThis November 2011 marks InterContinental Boston’s 5 year anniversary and in the same month has also been voted by Condé Nast Traveler’s 2011 Readers’ Choice Awards among the “Best [Hotels] in the World.” This chic AAA Four Diamond property is offering two ‘Quintessential Packages’ celebrating its five year milestone – the Quintessential Celebration Package at $555/night and the exclusive Quintessential Luxury Package at $5,555/night that includes accommodations in InterContinental Boston’s luxurious Presidential Suite overlooking Boston’s waterfront, a five-course in suite champagne dinner along with a live quintet playing during the cocktail reception and dinner. Both packages are valid from November 1, 2011 – April 30, 2012 (subject to availability and blackout dates).A glistening landmark, the 424-room InterContinental Boston opened in November 2006 as the first InterContinental Hotels & Resorts property in Boston and New England. With its tall, elegant, reflective blue glass architecture and sleek polished granite the hotel was designed in a modern interpretation of the tall ships that came to Boston centuries ago. The building’s ‘wings’ represent the height of the masts, about as far apart as ships at dock, and its curved façades represent sails, reflecting in a modern way the sense of wind within the sails. The InterContinental Boston is situated on Boston’s historic and evolving waterfront known as the Fort Point Channel and the Seaport District, one of Boston’s hottest new areas also known as “New Boston,” and on the site where the Boston Tea Party took place in 1773. It is an ideal location from which to easily explore the newest additions to this area of Boston.  Within the past five years, 14 new restaurants and bars along with new retail establishments, commercial and cultural institutions have opened in the Fort Point Channel/Seaport District all within one mile of the hotel. The world-renown Institute of Contemporary Art also opened in 2006 and the Boston Children’s Museum, located across the channel, went through a $47 million renovation and addition in 2007. The new Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, which is currently under construction, is slated to open in summer 2012 adjacent to the hotel. The InterContinental Boston is also one of the closest downtown luxury hotels to Logan International Airport and is also accessible via water taxi directly to/from the airport from the hotel’s private dock.To celebrate its five year milestone, InterContinental Boston is offering two ‘Quintessential Packages’ valid through April 30, 2012. The Quintessential Celebration Package at $555/night includes suite accommodations along with a three-course prix fixe wine pairing dinner in the AAA Four Diamond Miel “Brasserie Provençale” restaurant. The ultra-exclusive Quintessential Luxury Package at $5,555/night includes overnight accommodations in the 3,300 sq. ft. two-bedroom Presidential Suite in which Hollywood celebrities, world-renown musicians and international dignitaries have slept, plus a five-course prix fixe champagne dinner for six in the suite’s dining room with a live quintet playing during the cocktail reception and dinner. It also includes two 50-minute treatments in the hotel’s 6,600 sq. ft. SPA InterContinental and a late check-out of 5 p.m.Quintessential Luxury Package – $5,555/night InterContinental Boston’s Presidential Suite – Exclusive two-bedroom suite overlooking the water Luxurious food and beverage amenity upon arrival Evening cocktail reception with hors d’oeuvres for 6 guests Five-course prix fixe champagne dinner in Presidential Suite for 6 guests Live quintet playing during cocktail reception and dinner Two (2) 50-mintue spa treatments in SPA InterContinental (excluding gratuity) Late check-out – 5 p.m. Overnight parkingwww.intercontinentalboston.comlast_img read more

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