Marijuana producer Aphria lowers cash portion of offer for Nuuvera

first_imgLEAMINGTON, Ont. – In an unusual move, licensed marijuana producer Aphria Inc. is cutting the amount of cash it is offering for cannabis company Nuuvera Inc. — from $1 to 60 cents per share — as Nuuvera seeks to fully acquire its subsidiary Avanti Rx Analytics.Leamington, Ont.-based Aphria said Tuesday it reached an agreement with Toronto-based Nuuvera to the lower the price but did not elaborate on why.Nuuvera said in a separate release it agreed to the amendment “in order to fund” its own acquisition of the remaining 49 per cent interest of Avanti — which provides research and testing services to the cannabis industry — for an estimated $43 million.The company did not explain why receiving less money from Aphria would help fund its own transaction.“The acquisition of Avanti is an important step in the history of Nuuvera and is expected to result in synergies at the combined Nuuvera/Aphria which will enhance the value of the arrangement to shareholders of Nuuvera,” said Ronald Schmeichel, Nuuvera’s chairman, in a statement.Neither company could not be immediately reached for further comment.Nuuvera said it entered into a letter of intent to acquire the remaining interest of Avanti from a single minority shareholder. As part of the deal, Nuuvera also anticipates acquiring Avanti’s facility in Brampton, Ont.The original agreement was valued at $826 million, according to Aphria and Nuuvera’s Jan. 29 release. The revised offer, with the reduced cash component and using Aphria’s latest closing price of $14.06, based on 80.13 million outstanding Nuuvera shares would be valued at $447.9 million.Under the amended deal, Aphria is offering 60 cents in cash plus 0.3546 of an Aphria share. Nuuvera noted in its release “the consideration has been reduced… provided that the cash consideration will be increased to the extent the company’s unrestricted cash exceeds the revised required level.”Shares of Aphria and Nuuvera have fallen since the original deal was first announced on Jan. 29. Under the initial agreement, the licensed producer offered $1 plus 0.3546 of an Aphria share for each Nuuvera share. That would value the offer at roughly $8.50 per share, based on Aphria’s 10-day volume-weighted average price for the period ended Jan. 26 of $21.15. Nuuvera’s 10-day volume-weighted price for the same period was $6.51.On Friday, Aphria shares closed at $14.06 on the Toronto Stock Exchange while Nuuvera shares closed at $5.56 on the TSX Venture Exchange. Based on Friday’s share price, Aphria’s amended offer of 60 cents in cash plus 0.3546 of a common share would be valued at $5.59 per share.Aphria’s stock was up $1.13 or 8.04 per cent to $15.19 in early afternoon trading on Tuesday, while Nuuvera was up 14 cents or 2.52 per cent to $5.70.Aphria said Tuesday it also sought and received consent for the reduction from shareholders who had signed lock-up agreements, that together with Nuuvera shares already owned by Aphria represent approximately 65 per cent of Nuuvera’s outstanding shares and over 57 per cent of the requisite minority shareholders of Nuuvera.Aphria added that its board of directors received an opinion from its financial adviser, Cormark Securities Inc., that said as of Feb. 19 the amendment is “fair, from a financial point of view, to Aphria.”Nuuvera noted its board also obtained legal and financial advice from Canaccord Genuity Group Inc., which concluded that as of Feb. 19 that “the consideration to be received by Nuuvera shareholders is fair, from a financial point of view, to such shareholders.”Aphria said the deal is expected to close in April, on schedule.Companies in this story: (TSX:APH, TSXV:NUU, TSX:CF)last_img read more

Egyptian Filmmaker Shooting Film on Christchurch Mosque Attacks

Rabat – Egyptian author and filmmaker Moez Masoud has announced that he in the process of completing a film based on the horrific massacre which took place in Christchurch, New Zealand.On April 15, a 28-year old white supremacist gunned down dozens of Muslims at the Al Noor Mosque and the Linwood Islamic center in Christchurch, killing 51 and gravely wounding dozen others.According to Variety, the in-progress movie will be called, “Hello Brother.” The title is based “upon the words of one of the victims of the gunman,” in reference to the welcome words of 71-year old victim, Hati Mohammed Daoud Nabi, as he welcomed the 28-year old gunman into the Al Noor Mosque, where 42 were killed. While basing its narrative on a monstrous public attack, “Hello Brother” sets out to put a special emphasis on the positive attitudes and the mutual understanding needed for peacefully coexisting despite differences, according to Masoud. Variety indicated that “the film will follow a family facing death and destruction in Afghanistan who escape with their lives.”For the Egyptian author, academic, and filmmaker, the whole point is to refuse to surrender to the hatred and spite-filled path terrorists like the Christchurch gunman are trying to impose on our imaginations and politico-religious sensibilities.“In Christchurch, on March 15, the world witnessed an unspeakable crime against humanity,” Masoud told Variety. “The story that ‘Hello Brother’ will bring to audiences is just one step in the healing process, so that we might all better understand each other, and the root causes of hatred, racism, supremacy and terrorism.”Massoud, a polymath currently affiliated with the Islamic Studies department at the University of Cambridge in England, is not new to the cinematic arena.His 2016 movie, “Clash,” won plaudits for its riveting retelling of the Egyptian Arab spring that deposed Hosni Mubarak. The movie went on to be the opening film of the Cannes Festival’s “Un Certain Regard” section.Masoud explained that his overarching objective in his new project is to “bring people all over the world together to discuss that day and continue a positive dialogue for a future based on genuine mutual understanding.”For all of Masoud’s demonstrably well-meaning explanation of the rationale behind his choice to produce a cinematic retelling of the Christchurch story, the news of a movie about Christchurch has not been well received in some circles.Actress Rima Te Wiata slammed the move, saying that it is “bad taste” and “inappropriate” to rush to make a film about an incident still fresh in the memory of families and survivors.“It would be the height of bad taste to see people win acting awards for a dramatization of this real-life mass murder,” Te Wiata said. read more

French lawyers doctors nurses protest pension changes

PARIS — French lawyers, doctors, nurses, pilots and others are taking to the streets of Paris to protest planned pension changes by French President Emmanuel Macron’s government.Monday’s demonstration gathers people working in the private sector with professions regulated by the state, who currently benefit from a special pension regime.Pilots and air crew have joined the protest called by their unions. Air France has not warned the public of any flight disruptions.The French government wants to apply the same rules to all new retirees order to replace the 42 different retirement systems linked to certain jobs. It says workers will still be able to retire at 62.Protesters, however, fear the changes will make them pay more taxes or work longer to get their pensions.Associated Press, The Associated Press read more

Marching towards peace FARCEP begins turning in arms – UN Mission in

The UN Mission in Colombia said the Transitional Point of Normalization of Pondores, department of La Guajira, in northern Colombia, according to figures from tripartite Monitoring and Verification Mechanism, composed of the Government, the FARC-EP and coordinated by the UN Mission. Members of the FARC-EP – some of them pregnant or breastfeeding – walked about nine kilometres from four pre-grouping points near to the Pondores transitional point, where the FARC-EP camp will be located and where the separation of forces will take place, a task which the UN Mission will verify. “As a UN Mission, this moment is crucial because it means we will continue to verify the ceasefire and cessation of hostilities through our participation in the Tripartite Mechanism, and we will be able to begin the operational part of the verification of the laying down of arms,” explained the Deputy Head of Observers of the Mission, José Mauricio Villacorta. According to the Mission, the women and men marching today join more than 6,300 FARC-EP members who began mobilizing on Saturday, 28 January, to zones and points using 36 travel routes in 14 departments of the country, according to preliminary figures from the Colombian Government’s High Commissioner for Peace, on one of the country’s largest logistics operations. FARC-EP members were received today at the Pondores site by High Commissioner for Peace Sergio Jaramillo, FARC-EP leader Ivan Márquez, Colombian authorities and Mr. Mauricio Villacorta, in a symbolic act to highlight the parties’ commitment and the imminent start of the laying down of arms, which the UN Mission will verify, to enable the transition to civilian life. “This shows that we are bringing the agreement to reality,” said Mr. Jaramillo, who added: “This is a moment of joy.”Iván Márquez, who headed the FARC-EP negotiating team in Havana, Cuba, where four years of negotiations on the eventual peace accord took place, stated: “Something good is happening in Colombia: it’s peace […] This peace is irrepressible, unstoppable; let us go forward.”“To date, we have focused on the planning and preparation phase so that the Mission can carry out the tasks of registering and storing weapons,” said Mr. Mauricio Villacorta. Once FARC-EP members are in the camps the first step for the laying down of arms is the registration of arms and weapons. Unstable armaments – such as gunpowder, grenades and anti-personnel mines – will be destroyed in site. After 180 days, the UN Mission in Colombia is set to remove all the weapons from the camp.In early October 2016, Colombian voters narrowly rejected the historic peace accord between the Government and the FARC-EP. That deal led to a cessation of hostilities and agreements on key issues such as political participation, land rights, illicit drugs and victims’ rights and transitional justice. The two sides signed a new agreement in late November. read more

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge dish out high fives hugs and handshakes

first_imgAmong the runners were Jonny Benjamin and Neil Laybourn, who ran an emotional 26.2 miles together after a long mental health journey.In 2008, Neil had stepped in to save Jonny’s life as he stood on Waterloo Bridge waiting to jump, telling him: “Things will get better.”After 5 hours 28, the pair crossed the finish line together proclaiming the support “incredible” and “emotional”. Show more Prince Harry was nicknamed the “royal hugger-in-chief” at the start line, after he, his brother and his sister-in-law offered a few last-minute words of encouragement to runners including military veterans, a family who lost their father to suicide, and a woman dressed as a strawberry. Prince Harry greets runners representing the charity ‘Heads Together’Credit:Luke MacGregor – WPA Pool/Getty Images The Duke, Duchess and Prince attended the marathon in aid of Heads Together, their mental health charity which saw thousands of runners don a bright blue charity headbands to raise awareness.Among the runners was the Telegraph’s Bryony Gordon, who raised more than £35,000 and surpassed her own expectations by finishing in five hours 53 minutes.The stars of the show, the Heads Together runners, celebrated the “extraordinary” reception they had received by cheering members of the public, hailing the royals for all they have done this week to raise awareness. Mr Rees said afterwards: “I saw him try to stand up again and his legs just went down again, and I thought ‘this is more important, getting him across the line is more important than shaving a few seconds off my time’.”Britain’s leading mental campaigners said the Heads Together event marked a “pivotal moment” in the treatment of the illness.Paul Farmer, chief executive of Mind, said the runners and Royals had brought “unprecedented attention” to an overlooked cause, saying people with mental health problems “cannot be overlooked any more”. Bryony Gordon crosses the finish line Paul Farmer, from Mind, said: “Yesterday’s London Marathon, and the Heads Together campaign, marked a pivotal moment for mental health.”In fact, the whole of last week brought unprecedented attention to mental health, but there’s still so much more to do.”Mental health has for too long been overlooked, underfunded and in the shadows.“As more people join the ranks of those willing to speak out about mental health, the demand for change will be unstoppable.” The Telegraph’s Bryony Gordon with her medalCredit:Paul Grover  Evan Williams, his brother Ian and friend Graham O’Loughlin broke the world record for the fastest marathon in a three person costume, wrapping themselves in an enormous blue headband to finish in 3 hours 13.Among the everyday heroes cheered on by spectators was Matthew Rees, 29, who sacrificed his own race time to help a fellow runner seen staggering along the final stretch.To raucous cheers, the Swansea-based runner put his the stranger’s arm around his neck and hauled him to the end of the 26.2-mile course. Matthew Rees helped another runner over the lineCredit:ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP  The royal trio, wearing black Heads Together tops, spent about half an hour chatting to supporters and whooping and clapping as runners sped past them as they approached the Cutty Sark.Prince Harry and the Duchess took turns waving a giant Heads Together foam hand with pointing finger as runners did a double take when they recognised them.Many stopped to pose for selfies with the royals or ran over to high five them, yelling “Wills and Harry!” as they worked up the nerve to ask for a handshake.  The Telegraph's Bryony Gordon with her medal Jonny Benjamin (left) and Neil Laybourn (right), who ran together, pictured with Bryony Gordon Credit:John Nguyen The Duke & Duchess Of Cambridge And Prince Harry wave on a runnerCredit:Chris Jackson – WPA Pool/Getty Images Matthew Rees helped another runner over the line Jonny Benjamin (left) and Neil Laybourn (right), who ran together, pictured with Bryony Gordon center_img Prince Harry greets runners representing the charity 'Heads Together' The Duchess of Cambridge cheers onCredit: Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock The Duke of Cambridge hugs a runner as he hands out water Credit:Chris Jackson/PA Wire Bryony Gordon, the Telegraph columnist who ran the marathon for Heads Together yesterday, said the candid disclosures of Prince Harry and Duke and Duchess of Cambridge this week have opened the floodgates to “smash the stigma”. The Duke of Cambridge hugs a runner as he hands out water  When meeting royalty, it is usually the custom to drop a polite curtesy, a slight bow or a formal introduction at the very least.When they surprise you at the London Marathon, it appears, protocol is firmly out the window.The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry startled thousands of runners as they appeared at the sidelines of the marathon to cheer them on, dolling out high fives, hugs and handshakes via a comedy foam hand. The Duchess of Cambridge cheers on At the finish line, the royals handed out medals to runners, congratulating them on the achievement of a lifetime. “Well done guys,” the Duke shouted. “Thank you so much,” the Duchess told some of the 700 competitors running on behalf of the Heads Together mental health campaign who came over.Later, the royal trio made a dash to the 22 mile point where they handed out water to exhausted and astonished runners near Shadwell.One runner, dripping with sweat, spotted the Duke and bounded over for a high five.Prince Harry urged many not to break their momentum by stopping for a picture, shouting: “Keep going, come on, come on.” The Duke & Duchess Of Cambridge And Prince Harry wave on a runner A Kensington Palace spokesman said last night: “The Duke and Duchess and Prince Harry are thrilled that so many runners have chosen to wear Team Heads Together headbands.”Regardless of the great causes they are running for, thousands of people have put on a headband to make this the Mental Health Marathon.”Bryony Gordon said of the marathon: “It was absolutely incredible. It’s been the most amazing week.”The finish line is just the beginning. I genuinely think the floodgates have opened this week. It’s really special and things have really changed.”The more we smash the stigma, the more the powers-that-be have to increase funding and give mental health parity with physical health.”For me, the thing now is to get all the party leaders to pledge to ring fence mental health funding and make it a huge commitment in their manifesto.” Bryony Gordon crosses the finish lineCredit:Paul Grover The three young royals turned the heads of even the most serious of charity runners, who knocked minutes off their times by doubling back to meet them along the route.Shouting encouragement, they bestowed enthusiastic high fives to dozens of runners, pretending to shy away from hugging the sweatiest before drawing them into show their support with a selfie.At one point, they were photographed laughing as the Duke was squirted with water by an over-excited runner as they dashed past the bottled water station.He was later seen wiping dripping water from his right eye, after brother Prince Harry seized the opportunity to squeeze a bottle and squirt him in the face. The three royals were tasked with sounding the klaxon to officially start the race, and set the tone for the day after being photographed larking about with their air horns.At their next appearance, in Greenwich, the Duke and Duchess and Prince Harry were mobbed by runners when they joined Heads Together supporters at a cheering point on the marathon route. 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.last_img read more

Families of missing people struggle with mounting debts as new powers to let them

“It wasn’t until his current account went into the red and they started writing letters to his house with a different number to call, that I could actually speak to anybody at all. And then they would not move money from one account to another,” she said.  “There was a stocks and shares Isa which matured not long after she disappeared and all the bank could do was stick it in this expense account, so for the past nine years it had not earned any interest or had any increase in value at all, so it has decreased in value,” he said. He added that the Government had not notified him of the delays. “The benefits are enormous, because everything that everybody else does every day as a matter of course, like moving money around, sorting out insurance policies, sorting out mortgages, can’t be done for a missing loved one. “The impact of any delay just compounds any suffering that people have,” he added. “Despite this suffering which the Government keeps saying it acknowledges, it’s not a priority for it, and it ought to be.”Sarah Rushton, 56, whose brother Gavin disappeared on the Galapagos Islands last year, said his financial affairs began to spiral out of control soon after he went missing. He had two bank accounts and she was unable to move money from one to another to ensure his bill were being paid. She also struggled to persuade the bank to tell her which businesses had direct debits set up with her brother’s bank, so she could cancel the payments. Claudia Lawrence with her father PeterCredit:North Yorkshire Police “We are now working to develop the detailed rules of court, regulations and code of practice so that it can be implemented as soon as possible.” 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. In a letter sent to her MP, Bambos Charalambous, and seen by the Sunday Telegraph, Ministry of Justice adviser Lord Keen of Elie said the legislation had been “delayed by work on key departmental priorities”. “The department still has a wide range of work to complete and has to allocate resources on the basis of priority,” the letter adds. Susannah Drury, director of policy, research and people at the charity Missing People, said: “There’s absolutely nothing in place, and as a result families are forced to watch as the life they hope their loved one will return to falls apart.”In the worst cases people’s homes have even been repossessed while they’ve been missing. This is all happening on top of the immense emotional trauma and the agonising wait that the family has to find out news of what’s happened to their missing loved one.”A Ministry of Justice spokesperson said: “We acted to change the law last year to help distressed families deal with administrative problems following the disappearance of a loved one. “I didn’t realise that there were these problems until a few weeks after Claudia went missing and then it suddenly hits you that you can’t deal with these matters.  Claudia Lawrence with her father Peter Families of missing people are struggling to deal with mounting debts as the Government delays new powers to enable them to manage their loved one’s affairs.  A new law, designed to allow friends and family to manage someone’s financial affairs and utilities if they have disappeared was meant to be enforced earlier this year but has been delayed indefinitely.The provision, called a guardianship order, allows them to circumvent strict security rules which would otherwise leave them blocked from paying rent, bills and managing the bank account of their loved one. This can mean accounts falling into arrears or debt collection agencies becoming involved, which families say adds extra trauma to an already difficult situation. Families say the delay will cause heartache for the thousands of families who have a loved one go missing each year. Peter Lawrence, the father of Claudia Lawrence, a University of York chef who went missing in 2009, said he was still struggling to manage some of her affairs nine years later. He successfully campaigned for the legislation, introduced by Conservative MP Kevin Hollinrake and labelled Claudia’s Law, after finding that he was unable to manage her daughter’s finances.  Show more read more

Torstenson to Krim Ljubljana

← Previous Story Matthias Gerlich to Rhein-Neckar Lowen! Next Story → Haslum HK wins fifth Norwegian championship Danish media reports that the FC Midtjylland player Linnea Torstenson could be moving to Slovenia from next season. This seasons big surprise in the Women Champions League might see lots of players going, and one of them seems to be Torstenson. The Swedish player has not said anything yet about her future, but added that soon everything will be clear.

Column Where are the female voices on the airwaves

first_imgIN 1980, a discussion took place on the Late Late show on the lack of women in the media. Nell McCafferty, a panellist on the programme, listed off the names of male presenters who dominated the airwaves throughout the day and concluded that:“Women do not exist on radio. We are an invisible species.”Thirty-three years later the names listed by Nell have changed but the radio presenters are still predominantly male. The absence of any research on women in the media and the desire to see the extent of the problem led me to conduct a series of surveys which monitored the presenters and guests on a selection of current affairs programmes across the three national stations: RTE, Newstalk and Today FM.The first of these surveys was carried out in September 2010, followed by a second one covering the period from 1-7 March 2012. The most recent one which was carried out from 14-18 October 2013.The aims were  to ascertain accurate figures for female representation on the airwaves and to make comparisons between them. Women’s presence in panels, interviews and reports were monitored for all three surveys. The results are outlined below:Little movement over three decadesThe figures show little movement over the three year period with the average participation of women in RTE growing from 18.5 per cent to 22.3 per cent in three years. The average for Newstalk went from 16 per cent in 2010 to 25 per cent in 2012 with no change in the most recent figures. The only programme monitored on Today FM was The Last Word and this came in at under 20 per cent in all three surveys.The most recent figures for RTE show a ratio of between 1:4 and 1:5 female-to-male voices in current affairs, with a 1:7 ratio for the Late Debate presented by Audrey Carville. The average ratio in Newstalk is 1:5 with Pat Kenny’s programme scoring highest for female participation with a 1:3 ratio. The Last Word went from a ratio of 1:7 (2010) 1:6 (2012) and 1:5 (2013).As I reviewed the figures another pattern emerged. Friday is the day when men are most dominant on the airwaves. In 2010 Morning Ireland interviewed their highest number for the week on Friday 17 September with a ratio 14 men: one woman. That same day Drivetime interviewed 17 men and one woman. The Right Hook had five men and no woman.On Friday 2 March 2012 Morning Ireland had 11 men and one woman while on that same day Pat Kenny had his highest number of male guests with nine men and two women.On Thursday 1 March there was no female guest on the News at One, presented by Seán O Rourke, while on Friday he interviewed 11 men and one woman. Drivetime had a 12:1 ratio on that day and there was no woman at all on The Right Hook.Morning Ireland interviewed the highest number of males for the week on Friday 18 October 2013 with a ratio of 16:6. Tuesday 15 October was Budget day and Drivetime interviewed a total of 24 men as against only seven women.Expert opinion = male opinion?While there was good gender balance in the studio for budget analysis this was lost when debate went outside the studio and expert opinion was sought. Drivetime’s figure for Friday 18 October was 16:6. Pat Kenny, on his Newstalk programme had 10 men and 1 one woman while on that same day Matt Cooper had a ratio of 13:1.This pattern of male voices being most dominant on a Friday also applies to presenters. As Rachel English and Áine Lawlor are now co-presenting they are not on air every day. For the most recent monitoring, Rachel English was co-presenter for just one day on Monday 4 October with an all male team presenting for the rest of the week.Áine Lawlor was the presenter of News at One on Monday and Tuesday but was replaced by Richard Crowley for the rest of the week. Mary Wilson was at the helm for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday but was replaced by Philip Boucher Hayes on Thursday and Friday. Consequently there were no females presenting current affairs on the last day of the survey, Friday 18 October.The other channels fared little better for females presenting. RTE 2 had no female presenter until Friday 18 October when Jenny Green presented an evening programme. The only female presenter on Today FM was Louise Duffy who had a 5am slot with no female presenting on Newstalk on their weekday schedule.Italy’s national broadcaster tackles gender inequalityIn light of the lack of progress for the last 33 years the problem needs to be urgently addressed. A recent Guardian article highlighted Anna Maria Tarantula’s proposals as head of the National Broadcaster in Italy (RAI) on this issue.She has confronted the problem at her station and explained her reasons for boycotting the recent Miss Italia contest in favour of reflecting the many other roles women have in Italian society. In the article Tarantola outlines her “equality focused approach”. The RAI adopted a “set of guidelines on gender last month” with the aim of “boosting the number of female experts who are brought on to shows.”Our national broadcaster needs to develop a similar policy and training for presenters, producers and research staff must be put in place to ensure that women are heard and represented on the airwaves. Irish Radio is not reflecting the needs of 51 per cent of Irish society and therefore is failing society as a whole. We cannot wait for another 33 years hoping that the culture might change.There is a moral imperative for changeThe results of   the 2010 and 2012 surveys became part of a National Women’s Council (NWCI) submission to the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) on fairness and accountability in news and current affairs.This, in turn, led to a meeting between the BAI and the NWCI which was encouraging in that the BAI gave a commitment to meet with senior broadcasting personnel, with a view to encouraging movement on greater equality for women on the airwaves.Aidan White, General Secretary of the International Federation of Journalists (1987-2011) said:“Fair gender portrayal is a professional and ethical aspiration, similar to respect for accuracy fairness and honesty.”There is a moral imperative for management to address the issue of gender balance in current affairs so that “fair” gender representation becomes a reality.Lucy Keaveney is a retired teacher with a passion for current affairs. After retirement, she became  a founder member of the Countess Markievicz School which was established in 2011 in honour of Ireland’s first female cabinet minister.last_img read more

Man in his 70s dies following farm incident involving septic tank

first_img Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Man in his 70s dies following farm incident involving septic tank The incident happened at around 10am this morning. Apr 16th 2019, 6:49 PM Tuesday 16 Apr 2019, 6:49 PM Share88 Tweet Email Short URL By Conor McCrave 3 Comments 30,741 Views A MAN HAS died following an incident on a farm in Waterford this morning.Gardaí were called to the scene of an incident in Ferrybank, Co Waterford at around 10am.. A man in his 70s suffered fatal injuries while emptying a septic tank on a farm. He was pronounced dead at the scene and his body was taken to University Hospital Waterford where a full post-mortem will be carried out. Representatives from the Health and Safety Authority (HSA) attended the scene and will conduct an investigation. last_img read more

Amazon plus de gains pour les auteurs et éditeurs

first_imgAmazon : plus de gains pour les auteurs et éditeurs ?États-Unis – Amazon annonce vouloir “révolutionner” le système de rétribution sur le marché du livre électronique. L’entreprise américaine souhaite garantir davantage de gains aux auteurs et éditeurs.Après avoir annoncé la sortie prochaine du nouveau Kindle, plus grand et plus performant que son prédécesseur, Amazon a déclaré vouloir changer le mode de financement des auteurs et éditeurs sur le marché du livre électronique. A partir du 30 juin, ces derniers toucheront 70% du prix de vente lors de la publication de leurs ouvrages, hors frais d’émission informatique. Pour arriver à ce résultat, qui ne reste qu’une option pour les acteurs du marché du livre, Amazon souhaite que le prix de ces oeuvres soit compris entre 2,99 et 9,99 dollars et qu’il soit au moins 20% moins cher que le livre physique. Les frais de livraison sont calculés sur la base de 0,15 dollar par Mo. Amazon veut ainsi garantir des prix plus abordables sur le Net, au détriment des libraires, imprimeurs et autres intermédiaires.Le 21 janvier 2010 à 12:02 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Story on WWE star Elias visiting UPMC Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh on Friday

first_img Dwayne Johnson and Dany Garcia announce a new type of convention ‘Slofies’ Now a Thing as Apple Launches iPhone 11 With a $3.2B Stake in AT&T, Activist Investor Calls for Spinoffs and Major Changes Prince Harry’s Big Heart And The Invictus Games WhatsApp Jerome Wilen RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipJulio Jones Becomes NFL’s Highest Paid Wide ReceiverVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 1:16/Current Time 0:13Loaded: 91.92%0:13Remaining Time -1:03 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Wrestleview Live #65: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte Now Playing Up Next KDKA 2 in Pittsburgh is featuring a story on their website about WWE star Elias and native of Plum, a suburb northeast of Pittsburgh, visiting the UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh this past Friday over the weekend.The report also included a Twitter post from the Children’s Hospital with pictures of Elias’  visit with patients and families, along with a short video the hospital posted to their Facebook with Elias giving children autographed replica WWE Universal Championship belts, talking with them and playing his guitar. You can check out both the Twitter and Facebook posts below:Thanks to @WWE Superstar, @IAmEliasWWE, for stopping by today to visit some of our patients and families! What a great morning! @WWECommunity— UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh (@ChildrensPgh) November 23, 2018 Google+ Live Podcast: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Twitter Now Playing Up Next Pinterest Julio Jones Becomes NFL’s Highest Paid Wide Receiver Facebook Now Playing Up Next WWE Clash of Champions Results – 9/15/19 (Rollins vs. Strowman, Kingston vs. Orton)last_img read more

Van Dijk calls Alisson Fantastic goalkeeper following epic save

first_imgThe Liverpool star defender spoke wonders of his goalkeeper Alisson but urged his teammates to remain focused.Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk praised Alisson’s “fantastic” goalkeeping after their Champions League victory over Napoli to reach the knockout stage of the tournament. Mohamed Salah scored a first-half goal to beat Napoli 1-0 at Anfield, but Alisson had an amazing save to keep them in the lead.“You don’t think too much because it happens in a quick second,” the centre-back told reporters, according to FourFourTwo.“[It was a] fantastic save, very important for all of us and fantastic keeper.”divock origi, liverpoolReport: Origi cause Klopp injury concerns George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Divock Origi injury in today’s game against Newcastle is a cause for concern for Jurgen Klopp.Perhaps with one eye on Tuesday’s trip to Italy…Despite coming up with a big win on Tuesday, Van Dijk warned his teammates to not become overly confident since they have a lot more to go. Losing the UCL final against Real Madrid last season is still burning a fire under the whole Liverpool squad.“We didn’t achieve anything. We didn’t achieve anything. We won the game, we’re through to the next round and that’s just the next step for us,” he said.“We want to achieve big things this season, like every year I think, and we’re on a good way.”last_img read more

Quader to return home in 2 weeks

first_imgObaidul Quader. File PhotoAwami League general secretary and road transport and bridges minister Obaidul Quader, who is now undergoing treatment in Singapore, will return home after two weeks.“If there is no problem in his (Quader’s) health, then he will return home after two weeks,” Public Relation Officer (PRO) of Bridges Division Sheikh Walid Faiz told BSS Wednesday.He said specialized physicians in Singapore advised Quader for taking rest enough.However, before leaving for London Wednesday morning, prime minister Sheikh Hasina talked to Obaidul Quader and inquired about his physical condition. During the conversation, Quader informed the prime minister of his present state of heath, the PRO quoted as saying.Earlier, Quader admitted to the Bangladesh Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) on 3 March, following breathing complications. Later, he was flown to Singapore on 4 March and admitted to Mount Elizabeth Hospital.last_img read more

Prospecting for Scientific Gems with Google

first_img 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. Citation: Prospecting for Scientific ‘Gems’ with Google (2006, May 3) retrieved 18 August 2019 from So how can one calculate the GPR of any site when you first need to know the GPR of all its neighbors? It’s not a problem to be solved by pencil and paper! The answer is found through a recursive calculation: every website in the network is initialized with the same GPR, so that a new GPR can be calculated for each website simultaneously. This calculation is repeated until all the values stabilize.Researchers Patrick Chen and Sidney Redner at Boston University, along with their colleagues Huafeng Xie and Sergei Maslov at Brookhaven National Lab, recently applied the PageRank algorithm to all 353,268 articles published by the Physical Review between 1893 and 2003. It comes as no surprise that on average, GPR correlates nicely with the citation index. More interesting are the outliers—those articles that somehow achieve a high ranking with relatively few incoming references.After applying PageRank, Chen et al. sorted the papers in this network by their GPR values. Their recent article provides a sampling of famous papers from the top hundred results. Number 85, with only three citations, is a startling poster child of this new approach! The paper in question is a classic example of delayed influence. While it was the first to present a model which today sees widespread use, its result was refined and popularized by other researchers in a separate article. The “child paper” has accumulated 680 citations but makes only ten references to other works itself. The original paper thus collects a large share of its child’s impressive impact.Nor is this the only example! Among the papers with over a hundred citations, most of the papers with an unusually high GPR are easily recognizable as seminal works. Such works compare favorably in overall influence with the very small population having over a thousand citations.While “influence” may be easy to measure crudely, it is hard to measure reliably. These results show that although the two methods are comparable, Google’s PageRank algorithm seems to identify important scientific papers more reliably than a simple citation index. If there is a lesson here, it is this: in giving due credit, one should not be short-cited! Reference: Patrick Chen, Huafeng Xie, Sergei Maslov, & Sidney Redner 2006, “Finding Scientific Gems with Google”, Ben Mathiesen, Copyright 2006 Science is all about quantitative measurement, so it should come as no surprise that scientists have a long tradition of measuring their influence on each other. Traditionally, the most important measure of scientific impact has been the number of citations an article receives — but this method’s chief virtue is its simplicity. The authors of any given paper are much more likely to reference recent works, so a result whose importance is not immediately recognized can end up with a much lower citation index than it deserves. A well-written and relevant paper is typically referenced by two or three dozen papers, mostly from researchers working on the same highly specialized problem. A particularly useful or innovative result will often receive a hundred or more citations. Seminal works can achieve over a thousand citations, although they usually take decades to reach that point. While the system works well overall, it has no way of distinguishing a highly relevant citation from the polite mention of a colleague’s work.Many articles, for example, include an introduction section describing the history and current status of their specialized subject. This section can easily generate up to half of a paper’s references, even though few of the results given mention are actually used.A database of scientific literature is very similar in structure to the World Wide Web. Just as individual web pages are connected to each other by one-way links, journal articles are connected to each other by one-way citations. The number of external sites linking to a given website, or “in-degree”, is equivalent to the citation index of a given article. When Google tackled the problem of ranking websites by their influence, it didn’t consider the in-degree to be an appropriate measure. This would make it too easy to inflate the importance of a site by creating a host of useless linking pages. Instead they crafted a customized statistic, the Google PageRank (GPR) algorithm.To illustrate this algorithm, consider the webpage PageRank finds every other webpage with a link to, and divides each neighbor’s GPR by its total number of outgoing links. The GPR of is then calculated as the sum of all these factors. In other words, each site in the network can be thought of as evenly distributing its influence over all the sites that it links to. A page thus gains influence mainly by being associated with other influential pages. (The actual algorithm is a little more complicated, but this is its essential feature.) This method strikes a nice balance between content and connectivity, reducing the influence of high-traffic directories on the sites that they list. last_img read more

Blast from the Past Nirsofts CurrPorts

first_imgBlast from the Past: Nirsoft’s CurrPorts by Martin Brinkmann on August 02, 2019 in Software – 10 commentsWe are revisiting great applications in this series that we reviewed in the past. In this episode of Blast from the Past: Nirsoft’s CurrPorts application.We reviewed the freeware CurrPorts back in 2010 for the first time here on Ghacks Technology News. The free application displays all open ports of a system running Windows when you execute it. It displays a list of applications with Internet or network connectivity, as well as system services and tools with open ports or connections.CurrPorts is a free program for Microsoft Windows devices by one of our favorite developers Nirsoft. It is compatible with all Windows operating system versions including the latest ones (and it goes back to Windows NT and 2000). The program is portable and you may run it from any location.In a nutshell: CurrPorts displays open ports on systems running Windows. You may use it to detect applications with network connectivity and check which ports are open on the system; great to harden the system by closing ports or verifying applications with network connectivity.The Windows system tool netstat and Windows PowerShell offer similar options but both need to be run from the command line. Check out LiveTCPUDPWatch as an alternative, or the port-focused programs PortExpert or PortScan.CurrPortsCurrPorts displays a list of all open TCP and UDP ports on the system when it is run. Each entry displays detailed information that includes the process name, ports, addresses, protocols, process path on the local system, and more. Each data column, e.g process name, local port, or remote address supports sorting.Tip: Download the IP to Country database file from the Nirsoft website and place it in the same directory as the CurrPorts executable file to add IP to country look-ups to the application. You may download the ASN database file to display the ASN and company name of remote IP addresses.The application refreshes the list of ports automatically in 2 second intervals by default. You can change the interval or disable auto-refresh under Options > Auto Refresh. Disabling is a good option if you need to analyze a certain state.CurrPorts offers lots of options; you can use filters to display only a subset of ports, disable IPv6, UDP, or TCP, or enable audio feedback whenever new ports are detected. Advanced filters like include:remote:tcp:80 or exclude:both:tcpupd:6881 may be used to include or exclude certain listings. The first filter displays only TCP 80 port processes, the second excludes BitTorrent traffic provided that the default port 6881 is used.CurrPorts supports more than just reporting. You can close processes right from the application’s interface or by using the command line. The commands /close * * * 80 and /close * * 80 for example close all connections that use the local port 80 or all connections with the remote port 80 and the remote address specified in the command.That’s only a temporary change though and if you want to prevent an application or system process from opening ports, you need to find other ways to prevent that from happening, e.g. by creating new firewall rules, changing the state of Services on the system, or changing a program’s configuration.Check out our tutorial on blocking and closing ports on Windows as a start.CurrPorts supports the generation of HTML reports. You can create new reports from the interface or by using the parameter /shtml.Closing WordsI like CurrPorts a lot; it is one of those tiny Nirsoft applications for Windows that offers tremendous value. I use it to check open ports on Windows systems to make sure that only ports that are needed are open on the system.It takes a bit of research to find out why a port is open; while that is easy enough to tell for applications that you can identify by looking at the process name, e.g. firefox.exe or chrome.exe, it may not be as easy when it comes to Services or Windows processes; you may need to research the port numbers if you cannot identify the service or system tool directly. Now You: Do you use CurrPorts or have you used it?Summary12345 Author Rating5 based on 3 votes Software Name CurrPortsOperating System WindowsSoftware Category NetworkingLanding Page Advertisementlast_img read more

Europes Crises Keep Mortgage Rates at a Standstill

first_img Mortgage rates largely stayed the same this week as trouble in the euro zone threatened to upend global financial markets, encouraging investors to stay near the safe haven of U.S. Treasury debt.[IMAGE]Mortgage giant “”Freddie Mac””: and finance Web site “”””: released separate weekly surveys that found rates hovering at or above figures seen for several weeks in a row.The GSE noted averages for the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage reaching 4 percent, only two percentage points above 3.98 percent seen last week ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô the fifth consecutive week for lows for the benchmark differed by few turns, acknowledging a two percentage-point rise for rates that led 4.23 percent for the 30-year loan to crest at 4.25 percent this week.Both mortgage-rate watchers acknowledged a tide of good news for the U.S. economy, which saw consumer spending tilt upward on Black Friday and pending-home sales march forward by 10.4 percent month-over-month in October.””What is keeping mortgage rates steady ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô and at near-record low levels ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô is the continually evolving European debt crisis,”” the finance Web site said in a statement. “”Developments in Europe ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô good or bad ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô are the likely [COLUMN_BREAK]catalyst for the next movement in mortgage rates, whenever that should come.””The imminent threat posed by sovereign defaults continues to rile Europe, with Greece and Italy recently booting their prime ministers over the matter, leaving France and Germany to help foot a bailout package worth trillions of euros.Investors cling to Treasury debt as a safe-haven investment, widening yields and keeping mortgage rates historically low, as it remains unclear whether debt-saddled countries will adopt belt-tightening measures. On Wednesday the “”Federal Reserve””: announced an “”effort””: it orchestrated with central banks from five other countries, including the European Central Bank, as a way to fix exchange swaps for the dollar ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô a move that will keep the currency easy to borrow and continue to attract investors to Treasury and Freddie noted few other changes in other mortgage rates. The GSE reported the 15-year fixed-rate mortgage staying the same from last week at 3.30 percent, with the finance Web site in observance of a change from 3.47 percent last week to 3.48 percent this week for the loan.Freddie saw the 5-year adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) falling from 2.91 percent to 2.90 percent this week, with the 1-year ARM climbing down from 2.79 percent to crest at 2.78 percent.The finance Web site likewise saw few changes among ARMs, with rates for both the 5-year and 1-year climbing to 3.21 percent this week, up from 3.20 percent last week.Not all was bad news.””More optimistic consumers, lower house prices, and bargain mortgage rates may have contributed to the 10.4 percent jump in pending home sales in October to the strongest pace since November 2010 and may bode well for future home sales,”” “”Frank Nothaft””:, VP and chief economist with Freddie, said in a separate statement. Share in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing Europe’s Crises Keep Mortgage Rates at a Standstillcenter_img December 1, 2011 446 Views Adjustable-Rate Mortgage Agents & Brokers Debt Crisis Euro European Union Fannie Mae Fixed-Rate Mortgage Freddie Mac Housing Affordability Investors Lenders & Servicers Mortgage Rates Processing Service Providers Treasury Yields 2011-12-01 Ryan Schuettelast_img read more

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