Alberta shrugs off BCs legal challenge on wine ban says much more

first_imgHorgan’s government has been fighting the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline – which got the green light from the federal government in late 2016 – and Notley’s government views the move as a back door way to kill the project by strangling its financial viability.Notley and Bilous have said the Trans Mountain expansion is critical because Alberta’s crude oil sells at a sharp discount on the North American market due to pipeline bottlenecks and to a lack of access to a better price on overseas markets.“The cost to the Canadian economy is significant,” said Bilous.“We have one buyer, which is the U.S., (and) the differential is somewhere around $30 (US a barrel). We’ve lost out on billions of dollars.” The Trans Mountain expansion would triple the amount of oil shipped from Alberta to a terminal in Burnaby.The $7.4-billion Kinder Morgan Canada project has faced delays despite the federal approval.In December, the National Energy Board stepped in to announce it would allow Kinder Morgan to bypass permit delays in Burnaby. Over the weekend, Horgan’s government announced it will challenge that decision in the Federal Court.Along with the wine ban, Notley has also retaliated by scuttling talks to buy $500 million worth of electricity from B.C. She has also struck a 19-member task force of politicians, academics, finance and business leaders to find other ways to put pressure on B.C.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government has made it clear the project will go ahead and that Ottawa has the final say on pipelines. Federal officials have been meeting with their B.C. counterparts and Notley has promised further retaliatory measures this week if there is no progress on resolving the impasse. B.C. upped the ante Monday in its cross-boundary trade dispute with Alberta, by invoking the dispute settlement process over the wine ban under Canada’s free-trade agreement.Under the agreement, the two sides have four months to resolve the dispute before an arbitration panel kicks in.Bilous said Alberta won’t even come to the table unless B.C. reverses its decision to refuse additional oil from Alberta while it studies spill safety.“B.C. has really one option, and that is for them to smarten up (and) realize that what they’re doing is unconstitutional,” said Bilous. “A province cannot dictate what goes in a pipeline. That is a federal jurisdiction. They need to acknowledge that, recognize it and ensure that this pipeline moves forward.”The wine ban, imposed Feb. 6 by Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, affects $70 million worth of wine from B.C. a year _ about 17 million bottles.The dispute began three weeks ago, when B.C. Premier John Horgan’s government announced it would not take additional levels of crude from Alberta until it could be sure there are measures in place to handle spill safety.center_img EDMONTON, A.B. — Alberta’s economic development minister is shrugging off a legal challenge filed by British Columbia over Alberta’s ban on B.C. wine.Deron Bilous says the potential fine Alberta faces for violating free trade rules is a pittance when set against the stakes of the Trans Mountain pipeline issue.“Let’s compare the (maximum) $5 million in a fine versus the billions of dollars of investment and the thousands of jobs,” Bilous told reporters at the legislature Tuesday. “We know what our priority is, and that’s getting this pipeline built.”last_img read more

Sri Lanka pilot country in world intellectual property project

This is the first time Sri Lanka has been selected to participate as a pilot country for a Committee on Development and Intellectual Property (CDIP) Project. WIPO officials will liaise with the relevant authorities of the Government of Sri Lanka to begin project implementation early in 2016. Dr. Francis Gurry, Director General of World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) communicating this decision to Ambassador Ravinatha Aryasinha, Permanent Representative of Sri Lanka to the UN in Geneva, has informed that this selection was made pursuant to Sri Lanka’s expression of interest and formal proposal submitted to WIPO to participate in this Project in August 2015. This Project will aim at building capacities of key stakeholders and raising awareness of the intersection between IP and tourism, in the framework of growth and development policies. The experiences and best practices documented and the strategies, tools and practical guide developed in the course of the Project will also contribute to guide policy decisions and raise public awareness on the use of IP in promotion of tourism, national and/or local knowledge, traditions, and culture, while increasing national economic, social and cultural benefits. The Project aims to address Recommendations included in the WIPO Development Agenda. (Colombo Gazette) Sri Lanka has been selected as one of the four pilot countries to participate in a World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Project titled “Intellectual Property, Tourism and Culture.”This Project will contribute to promoting awareness of the role of IP in Sri Lanka and supporting the tourism-related economic activities of the country. Further it will enhance the scope for utilizing IP for development in a new area, under the ongoing cooperation between WIPO and GOSL through a 10 Point Action Plan. read more

UN expert hails Thailands pledge to help injecting drug users avoid AIDS

The Thai Government’s pledge at the recent XV International AIDS Conference held in Bangkok was hailed by Special Rapporteur Paul Hunt. The expert, who monitors “On the right of everyone to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health,” issued a statement in Geneva saluting the Government’s promise to support and collaborate with the Thai Drug User Network and other non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and its recognition of injecting drug users in Thailand as a group extremely vulnerable to HIV/AIDS. In a statement released in Geneva, Mr. Hunt praised the Government’s commitment to ensuring access to anti-retroviral treatment for all who require it and to supporting neighbouring countries in this effort. “This is an important step toward realizing the right to health for people living with HIV/AIDS,” he said. At the same time, Mr. Hunt remained cautious in the face of reports of an alarming number of people living with HIV/AIDS who lack access to counselling and who suffer discrimination. Voicing his concerns to the Government late last week, Mr. Hunt also cited reports that Thailand’s policies had “generated a climate of fear that has driven drug users deeper underground and forced them beyond the reach of both prevention and treatment efforts.” “I am concerned that the Anti-Narcotics Campaign, coupled with limited access to harm reduction services, has inadvertently created the conditions for a more extensive spread of the virus in Thailand,” said Mr. Hunt, encouraging the authorities to act swiftly on recent policy initiatives in order to remedy the situation. The expert pointed to data showing that the number of injecting drug users who are seeking treatment has declined considerably in the period 2003-2004, while HIV prevalence rates among injecting drug users has remained unacceptably high at 50 per cent. read more

Exxaros Sipho Nkosi receives Brigadier Stokes Memorial Award

first_imgSipho Nkosi, Exxaro CEO, has been awarded the Brigadier Stokes Memorial Award at the general meeting of the South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM) in Johannesburg. This is presented to an individual for the very highest achievement in the South African mining and metallurgical industry. Nkosi was recognised for his substantial contribution to the South African minerals industry over many years and for his leadership role within South African society.The award was instituted in 1980 by SAIMM to commemorate Brigadier Stokes’ outstanding and unique contribution to the South African mining industry over a long period. The first award went to Harry Oppenheimer and since then the institute has bestowed the award on well-known persons in the mining and metallurgical industry. Exxaro board members Dr Con Fauconnier and Rick Mohring are previous recipients.Exxaro is one of the largest South African-based diversified resources groups, with interests in the coal, titanium dioxide, ferrous and energy commodities and current operations and projects in South Africa, Botswana, Republic of Congo, China and Australia. The group is the second-largest coal producer in South Africa with current production of 39 Mt/y. It is listed on the JSE Limited, and is a constituent of the Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) index.last_img read more

Successful refinery startup at the worlds largest integrated aluminium project

first_imgThe Ma’aden aluminium project in Saudi Arabia, a joint venture between the Saudi Arabian Mining Co (Ma’aden) and light metals leader Alcoa, will be the world’s largest vertically integrated mine-to-metal complex. The alumina refinery at Ras Al-Khair is the first refinery to be constructed and operated in the region. Hatch’s patented multi-cell jacketed pipe heater (tube) digestion technologies are at the refinery’s core.In December 2014, the 1.8 Mt/y greenfield alumina refinery, located on the Arabian Gulf Coast, successfully produced its first alumina from Saudi Arabian bauxite.In preparation for the complete refinery start-up, Hatch provided operational readiness support including operating manuals and Safe Work Instructions (SWIs) and hands-on commissioning assistance for the integrated digestion and evaporation facility. Timely and safe digestion start-up was facilitated by Hatch alumina professionals with extensive technical and operating experience in new refinery start-ups and operation of facilities.During the commissioning and start-up phase, Hatch also worked closely with the Ma’aden control room operators to develop simple, practical tools to help them manage operation of the tube digestion technology. Experienced Hatch alumina specialists also provided operational readiness services for several other refinery facilities, including preparation of commissioning plans, operations manuals, SWIs, and hands-on training for operations personnel.Hatch’s state-of-the-art tube digestion technology is part of the core process at the Ma’aden refineryIn addition, Hatch provided asset management support services for all mine and refinery facilities. The Hatch team developed a proactive, risk-averse, holistic, and easy-to-integrate asset management program (AMP). The AMP was implemented before the refinery start-up to enable optimum asset performance from the first day of operations, without compromising safety or the environment.The scope of the AMP development included equipment hierarchy, maintenance strategies, and procedures using Hatch eGateway.ASD™. The AMP developed fit-for-purpose, shared solutions through a collaborative process with the Ma’aden maintenance and operations teams.Hatch personnel completed facility walk-rounds and physically audited and listed more than 15,000 refinery assets on the very busy, complex construction site. The goal was to be operationally ready as quickly as possible while maintaining global safety standards through deployment of best maintenance practices and alumina refining expertise. The team completed criticality analyses across all the refinery assets based on risk to safety, production, and environmental effects. This was followed by facilitated workshops at site on failure modes and effects critical analysis (FMECA) and development of the maintenance task list as the basis for the maintenance strategies.The result is a complete asset hierarchy, populated and uploaded to Ma’aden’s Oracle eAM asset management system, in time for the “go live” date. This includes 55 area-specific equipment management strategies, 3,500 maintenance activities (tasks required for jobs planning) uploaded to Oracle eAM, and 585 work instructions and procedures for critical assets.Ma’aden considers the overall refinery start-up a success. This is a significant element of Saudi Arabia’s national strategy to diversify its industrial base, reduce reliance on oil and gas–based industries, and increase skills transfer and employment opportunities for Saudi nationals.www.hatch.calast_img read more

MVM EHF FINAL4 Larvik and Buducnost for the glory

← Previous Story MVM EHF FINAL4: Four teams – one dream! Next Story → Dragan Adzic before Final: We have to play like against Norway at EURO 2012! Norwegian Larvik HK and Montenegrian ŽRK Buducnost Podgorica will fight for the glory in the MVM EHF FINAL4 final match on Sunday (17 hrs) in Pap Laszlo Arena in Budapest. Saturday’s semi-finals in Hungarian capital didn’t give too much to those fans who wants decision before the buzzer as both finalists showed TOP class performance in beating their rivals.Larvik overplayed Russian team Dinamo Sinara 31:22 (16:13) to get ticket for the chance to win EHF Champions League for the second time. Legendary right wing Koren Riegelhuth used all the chances to punish the rivals with nine goals in total, while Dmitrieva netted seven goals for the Russian girls.Much bigger spectacle was expected in the clash between Balkan rivals, ZRK Budcnost and ZRK Vardar 27:17 (14:9), but on the court handball world has seen powerful squad of Dragan Adzic. Amazing Clara Woltering (14 saves), Cristina Neagu and Radmila Petrovic (both seven goals) made the clear difference between the teams from the very beginning of the match.Pytlick-Kastratovic duo took time-out after 15 minutes to turnover the match (6:3), but Vardar had no chance. Lekic and Penezic (4 goals each) had good moments, but in total, defensive and attacking performance weren’t enough to make serious problem to Adzic girls.BUDUCNOST – VARDAR 27:17 (14:9)BuduCnost: Woltering 14 saves, Mehmedović 3, Neagu 7, Petrović 7 (3), Knežević 4, Bulatović 1, Byzdra 1, Cvijić 3, Despotović 1Vardar: Suslina 8 saves, Lazović 1, Penezić 4, Sokač 3(3), Radičević 2, Dembele 1, Lekić 4, Leynaud 3 saves, Ihnjeva 2RESULTS: 3:1 (7.) 6:3 (14.) 11:7 (23.) 12:9 (28.) 16:12 (35.) 19:14 (46.) 23:14 (49.) 26:16 (54.) read more

Multivehicle crash on N7 causing rushhour delays in Dublin

first_img multiple vehicle collision on the N7 outbound between Avoca & the Poitin Stil traffic is very heavy— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) August 8, 2014 Source: An Garda Síochána/Twitter Updated: 6.10pmA MULTIPLE VEHICLE collision outbound on the the N7 between Avoca and the Poitín Stil in south Dublin is causing major delays this Friday rush-hour.center_img The incident is understood to have taken place near Junction 4 Rathcoole shortly after 5pm this evening, but it is not believed to have caused any serious injuries.According to reports, traffic had been at a standstill in and around Saggart, Rathcoole and City West as commuters and travellers set off for the weekend.The National Roads Authority has issued an update, however, to say that the incident has been moved to the hard shoulder, and there are reports that all three lanes of the N7 have been reopened from Junction 4 Rathcoole outbound.According to an update from the Gardaí, the incident has been cleared, and traffic is moving once again although very slowly.last_img read more

Marvels Avengers attractions coming to Disneyland theme parks

first_imgANAHEIM, Calif. (WSVN) – It’s your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man! Disneyland and other Disney parks will be getting Marvel’s Avengers-themed attractions.In a YouTube video, Disney showcased concept art for their new Avengers areas coming to Disneyland Resort, Disneyland Paris and Hong Kong Disneyland.These new superhero-themed lands will begin “recruiting guests in 2020,” Disney Parks Blog said in a news release. The Guardians of the Galaxy, Spider-Man and the Avengers will be featured in what is being labeled a “completely immersive Super Hero universe.”“With the incredible popularity of Iron Man Experience at Hong Kong Disneyland and Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT! at Disneyland Resort, we know our guests love experiencing epic action and adventure alongside the Avengers and their heroic friends,” said Bob Chapek, chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Consumer Products to Fox 13. “We are excited to take the next step by immersing our guests in this ever-expanding universe — and this is only the beginning.”This attraction is ecpected to replace the bug’s land area in California, which is based on the Disney/Pixar film “A Bug’s Life.”Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

A GREAT MAN WHO DID A GREAT JOB Local State Officials Remember

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Condolences from local and state officials are beginning to pour in after the death of Wilmington’s longtime State Representative Jim Miceli on Saturday morning.Local Officials React“The fact that Representative Miceli passed away while attending opening ceremonies for Little League speaks to his commitment to public service and his support for Wilmington youth,” said Town Manager Jeff Hull. “I may not have always agree with his positions over the years but I cannot question his dedication to serve others. My sincere condolences to his entire family.”“Regardless of your politics, it could not be denied that Rep. Miceli loved serving his district and the people of the Commonwealth,” said Board of Selectmen Chair Mike Champoux. “We have lost a tremendous advocate and friend. God bless you sir. Rest easy.”“This whole thing is so surreal. I can’t believe he is really gone. It is always painful when you lose a family member,” said Selectman Mike McCoy, a nephew of Miceli. “My uncle was deeply devoted to his family and they always came first. [He] dedicated the vast majority of his life to public service and his presence will be sadly missed. I cannot believe he’s gone.”“I am very sorry to hear about the passing of Representative Jim Miceli. This is obviously a very sad day for Wilmington as we mourn the loss of a man who has dedicated his entire life to serving our community,” said Selectman Greg Bendel. “My family and I extend our deepest condolences to Mr. Miceli’s family.”“The Wilmington Public Schools is very saddened by this news,” said Interim Superintendent of Schools Paul Ruggiero. “Representative Miceli was always a proponent of our schools and he will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.”“My first memory of Jim Miceli was when he hosted the field trip of my fifth grade class to the State House. He has done so for every subsequent class for more than 40 years,” recalled School Committee Chair Steve Bjork. “I will miss him. My heartfelt condolences go out to his family and loved ones. He was a staunch proponent of education and of state funding for the schools.”“On behalf of myself and the whole WIlmington Democratic Town Committee, we are so sad to hear the news,” said Democratic Town Committee Chair Erika Johnson. “Representative Miceli worked tirelessly advocating for both Wilmington and Tewksbury. We always looked forward to hearing the Beacon Hill updates he would give at our monthly meetings. Our thoughts are with his family and staff during this difficult time.”“I am truly saddened to hear about the passing of State Representative James ‘Jim’ Miceli,” said Republican Town Committee Chair John Goggins. “Jim’s service to his constituents was the gold standard in the Massachusetts State House. No constituent problem was too big or too small for Jim to champion… I believe that I speak for the entire Wilmington Republican Town Committee in wishing God’s blessing over Jim, his wife Jean, and the entire Miceli family.”“I am sad to learn about the passing of a friend and colleague in Wilmington State Rep. James Miceli,” said Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan. “He was a passionate advocate for his district and he will be missed.”“Today, the Commonwealth lost a dedicated, committed public servant in Representative Jim Miceli. He was a dear friend to me, and I give my sincere condolences to his family and those he served so passionately in the Legislature for decades,” said Middlesex Sheriff Peter Koutoujian. State Officials React“I have known Jim Miceli for about 30 years,” said Governor Charlie Baker. “We did not always agree – but he was always a gentleman, and a hugely aggressive advocate for his district and his beliefs. Rest In Peace.”“I’m very sorry to hear of Rep.Miceli’s passing,” said Lt. Governor Karyn Polito. “He will be remembered as a dedicated public servant and tireless advocate for the people in his district. I enjoyed serving with him and will always be grateful for his kindness to me and to others.”“For more than 40 years, Representative Jim Miceli dedicated his life to public service as an advocate for the people of his district,” said Attorney General Maura Healey. “My heart goes out to his family and the people of Wilmington on this sad day.”“My thoughts are with the family of Rep. Jim Miceli,” said State Auditor Suzanne Bump. “During my 8 years in the House with him, I could not help but marvel at what he could accomplish on behalf of his constituents. No one pressed harder or achieved as much. His is a legacy of hard work and caring.”“Representative Miceli was a tireless advocate for his district & loved the communities which he served so ably. He will be greatly missed in Wilmington, Tewksbury and, as the 2nd longest serving member, in the House,” said Speaker of the House Bob DeLeo. “My condolences to his wife Jean, his children, and grandchildren.”“Rep. Miceli was a gentleman, a fierce advocate for his constituents, and a tireless public servant who gave everything he had for the betterment of Massachusetts and his communities. His presence and voice will be missed,” said Senate President Harriette Chandler.“Rep. Jim Miceli never stopped thinking about people in Wilmington and Tewksbury, and he never stopped fighting for their interests,” said Senate Minority Leader Bruce Tarr, who represents Wilmington. “He leaves a long and strong legacy of public service. I am deeply saddened for this loss, and my thoughts and prayers are with his family.”“My prayers go out to the family of Rep. Jim Miceli, who passed away this morning while attending a little league opening,” said State Rep. Ken Gordon, who represents Precinct 3 in Wilmington and worked closely with Miceli. “He was devoted to making the lives of the people of Wilmington and Tewksbury better. It was an honor to serve with him.”50+ Years Of Dedicated Service To Wilmington & TewksburyState Rep. Jim Miceli has been an institution in Wilmington for more than five decades. He began his public service career on the Wilmington Planning Board (1963-1966) and the Wilmington Board of Selectmen (1966-1977), prior to being elected to the House of Representatives (1977-present), where he served for 41 consecutive years. Miceli recently announced his intentions to run for a 22nd term in the fall.On Beacon Hill, Miceli had been serving as Vice Chair of the House Committee on Global Warming and Climate Change. At the time of his passing, he was also a member of the: Joint Committee on Tourism, Arts and Cultural Development; Joint Committee on Ways and Means; House Committee on Personnel and Administration; and the House Committee on Ways and Means.In the community, over the years, Miceli served as co-chair of the Middlesex County Advisory Board, Chair of the Massachusetts Federation of Planning Boards (Region 5A), and was a member of the Elks, Friends of the Harnden Tavern, Friends of Tewksbury Hospital Board of Directors, Lions, Sons of Italy, and the MBTA Advisory Board.Born in Dorchester, Miceli graduated from Boston English High and Northeastern University. He owned and operated a successful insurance agency for more than 30 years.Miceli leaves behind an amazing family — his wife Jean; their three children Hope, James and Christina; and their six grandchildren.If YOU have memories you’d like to share of Rep. Miceli, please email for a future tribute article consisting of condolences and stories from his constituents.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedMAN OF THE HOUSE: A Tribute To State Rep. Jim MiceliIn “Government”Wilmington Little League Renames Championship Trophy To Honor Late State Rep. Jim MiceliIn “Sports”State Rep. Candidate Pina Prinzivalli – Miceli’s Republican Challenger — Suspends Campaigning, Offers CondolencesIn “Government”last_img read more

Solar Energy from the Ocean

first_img(Image courtesy YourCleanEnergy)Solar energy technology has greatly improved over the last few years, but who would have thought that the ocean could be used as a solar collector? And who would have installed the technology to do so? That’s what’s now being done at the Seward Sea Life Center. And now they’re seeking to spread the energy.2014 Alaska Solar Tour Schedule (PDF)Download AudioHOST: Steve Heimel, Alaska Public Radio NetworkGUESTS:Darryl Scheafermeyer, Facilities Director, Alaska Sea Life CenterTom Royer, Professor Emeritus of Oceanography, University of AlaskaAndy Baker, Energy Consultant, YourCleanEnergyCallers StatewidePARTICIPATE:Post your comment before, during or after the live broadcast (comments may be read on air).Send e-mail to talk [at] alaskapublic [dot] org (comments may be read on air)Call 550-8422 in Anchorage or 1-800-478-8255 if you’re outside Anchorage during the live broadcastLIVE Broadcast: Tuesday, May 27, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. on APRN stations statewide.SUBSCRIBE: Get Talk of Alaska updates automatically by e-mail, RSS or podcast.TALK OF ALASKA ARCHIVElast_img read more

Michigan Official Faces Manslaughter Trial over Poisoned Flint Water

first_imgBy The Associated PressA judge on Monday ordered Michigan’s state health director to stand trial on involuntary manslaughter charges in the deaths of two men linked to an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in the Flint area, the highest ranking official to stand trial as a result of the scandal.Nick Lyon is accused of failing to issue a timely alert to the public about the outbreak. Judge David Goggins said deaths likely could have been prevented if the outbreak had been publicly known and keeping the public in the dark was “corrupt.”Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Director Nick Lyon will face trial on manslaughter charges for the deaths of two men during a Legionnaires’ disease outbreak during the Flint water crisis. (Terray Sylvester/The Flint via AP)When the judge announced the decision, a woman in the gallery said, “Yes, yes, yes.”Some experts have blamed Legionnaires’ on the scandal over Flint’s water, which wasn’t properly treated when it was drawn from the Flint River in 2014 and 2015.Goggins found there’s probable cause for a trial. The legal standard isn’t as high as beyond a reasonable doubt.“It’s a long way from over,” Lyon told The Associated Press after the judge’s order. He declined further comment.The state says at least 90 cases of Legionnaires’ occurred in Genesee County, including 12 deaths. Lyon denies wrongdoing. His lawyers say sending the case to trial will “dangerously chill” public employees.The Legionnaires’ investigation is part of a larger probe into how Flint’s water system became poisoned when the city used Flint River water for 18 months. The water wasn’t treated to reduce corrosion. As a result, lead leached from old pipes.Lyon, director of the Health and Human Services Department, is the highest-ranking Michigan official charged in an investigation led by the attorney general’s office.An additional 14 current or former state and local officials have been charged with crimes, either related to Legionnaires’ or lead in the water. Four agreed to misdemeanor plea deals; the other cases are moving slowly.Legionella bacteria can emerge through misting and cooling systems, triggering a severe form of pneumonia, especially in people with weakened immune systems. The state says there were 90 cases reported to Genesee County Health Department in 2014-15, including 12 deaths. More than half of the people had a common thread: They spent time at McLaren Hospital, which was on the Flint water system.The outbreak was announced by Gov Rick Snyder and Lyon in January 2016, although Lyon concedes that he knew that cases were being reported a year earlier.“He had the chance to save lives,” special prosecutor Todd Flood told the court at a July 25 hearing.But Lyon’s attorneys have questioned the causes of death of two people cited by Flood. They also say there was much speculation about the cause and not enough solid information to share with the public.“It is not enough for the prosecutor to wave his hands in the air and cry bad things happened to the people of Flint so someone must be held responsible,” Lyon’s lawyers said in a court filing.last_img read more

How to stop auto playing videos

first_imgHow to stop auto playing videos by Martin Brinkmann on May 06, 2016 in Internet – Last Update: September 21, 2018 – 20 commentsMany sites throughout the Internet play videos automatically when you visit them. This can be video content that is published on the site or in form of advertisement displayed on the site.In the case of advertisement, most sites mute these videos by default but some are pushing it and turn on audio as well.Most web browsers ship with muting functionality to counter these without you having to hunt the tab where the sound is coming from these days, but muting won’t stop the video from playing.Auto playing videos are worse on mobile as most users are not on an unlimited plan which means that they eat away the monthly bandwidth quota and may also slow down other transfers while they play.Stop auto playing videosThe following guide provides you with information on how to stop the auto playing of videos in desktop and mobile web browsers. Please note that some browsers don’t offer functionality to block videos from playing automatically.I have talked about this back in 2015 and while the article still holds true for the most part, updates have been released and new methods discovered that justify this new guide.Also, it covers popular browsers besides Firefox and Chrome as well.Flash vs HTML5Websites and services use two technologies when it comes to videos: Flash or HTML5. Flash is on a downwards spiral but still used especially when desktop browsers are used to connect to sites, but HMTL5 is the rising star that is taking over (and dominant on mobile platforms).Flash content can be set to click to play in most browsers which prevents it from loading automatically. This means however that you will have to click on those elements on web pages if you want the content to play.Another difference between Flash and HTML5 media is that HTML5 media will still be downloaded (buffered) even if you block it from playing automatically.Mozilla FirefoxFirefox users can block the auto play of Flash and HTML5 video in the web browser directly without the use of add-ons.Firefox and HTML5 videosStarting with Firefox 63/64: Mozilla changed the browser’s default behavior. The preference media.autoplay.default defines whether autoplay is enabled, blocked, or if users get a prompt when media with sound autoplays.Load about:config?filter=media.autoplay.default in the address bar.Set the preference to 0=allow, 1=block, or 2=prompt.Starting with Firefox 41, Mozilla’s implementation has become even better in regards to HTML5 videos that autoplay.As is the case for many things in Firefox, a preference is provided that defines whether HTML5 videos play automatically or not.The following method works for desktop and mobile versions of FirefoxLoad about:config in the address bar of the browser.Confirm that you will be careful if a first-time message is displayed.Use search to find media.autoplay.enabled.Double-click on the preference to set it to false.This blocks auto playing HTML5 videos in the Firefox web browser.Firefox and Flash videoFlash video is only an issue on the desktop, and the best option to deal with it (besides removing Flash completely from the system), is to set the plugin to click to play so that it only activates when you want it to.Load about:addons in the Firefox address bar.Switch to plugins using the navigational menu displayed on the left.Locate Shockwave Flash and use the menu to the right of it to set it to ask to activate (which means click to play).Once done, all Flash content is not loaded by default but only when you allow it to.Google ChromeGoogle Chrome for the desktop and the mobile version of the browser share many similarities but also fundamental differences.Mobile Chrome does not support extensions or plugins for instance which limits it significantly when it comes to auto playing content on the Internet.Chrome and HTML5Google Chrome ships without an option to block HTML5 videos from auto playing.Extensions are available that aim to fill the gap, but since mobile Chrome does not support extensions, they are only of use when it comes to the desktop version of the web browser.This means that there is no way currently to block auto playing HTML5 videos in the mobile Chrome browser.Here is a short selection of extensions that you may want to try:Disable HTML5 Autoplay: Stops all HTML audio and video from using autoplay on all websites according to the developer.Video Autoplay Blocker: blocks HTML5 video only (not audio).Chrome and FlashThe following applies only to the desktop version of the Google Chrome web browser as the mobile version does not support plugins including Flash.Load chrome://settings/content in the browser’s address bar.Locate the plugins section on the page that opens.Switch the setting to let me choose when to run plugin content.This blocks Flash content from playing automatically on sites that you open in the browser.OperaThe Opera browser is based on Chromium/Blink (the same source as Google Chrome). It support plugins and extensions only on the desktop version.Opera and HTML5Just like it is the case for Google Chrome mobile, Opera mobile does not support an option currently that allows you to stop HTML5 videos from auto play.If you are using the desktop version of Opera, you may install extensions for the browser to block autoplaying media elements:Disable HTML5 Autoplay: works just like the Chrome extension mentioned above. It blocks HTML5 audio and video elements from auto playing.Video Autoplay Blocker: blocks only HTML5 video elements.Opera and FlashTo disable Flash from playing videos automatically in the Opera web browser, do the following:Load opera://settings in the browser’s address bar.Switch to websites using the navigational menu on the left.Locate Plug-ins on the page.Switch the preference to click to play.Internet Explorer / Microsoft EdgeMicrosoft Edge and Internet Explorer don’t offer options to block videos from playing automatically currently.Both let you disable Adobe Flash but that will block Flash on all sites and is not really a good option if you need it at times.While things won’t change for Internet Explorer, there is still hope for Microsoft Edge as Microsoft plans to launch extensions support this Summer.Since it is easy to port Chrome extensions to Edge, it is possible that the HTML5 blocking extensions available for Chrome will find their way to Microsoft Edge to provide users of the browser with a reliable option to block videos from auto playing.VivaldiVivaldi is a relatively new browser, also based on Chromium/Blink, that is currently only available as a desktop version.It comes as no surprise therefore that the browser supports the very same methods to block videos from playing automatically as Google Chrome.Vivaldi and HTML5There is no official first-party extension store yet for Vivaldi, but you can download and install Chrome extensions by visiting the Chrome Web Store.To block HTML5 videos from auto playing, install either of the following extensions:Disable HTML5 Autoplay: Stops all HTML audio and video from using autoplay on all websites according to the developer.Video Autoplay Blocker: blocks HTML5 video only (not audio).Vivaldi and FlashWhat you may not know about Vivaldi is that you can open the Chrome content settings in the browser as well which allow you to set plugins to click to play.Load vivaldi://settings/content in the browser’s address bar.Scroll down until you find the plugins section.Set the preference to let me choose when to run plugin content.This prevents Flash video and audio content from autoplay in the browser.SummaryArticle NameHow to stop auto playing videosDescriptionThe guide explains how to block videos from playing automatically (both HTML5 and Flash videos) in all popular web browsers.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

Recap Accident involving three lorries on the M6 caused miles of tailbacks

first_imgDad slams ‘disgusting’ hospital window Punter found hiding in bushes There were long delays on the M6 motorway in Cheshire this morning due to an accident involving a number of lorries . Inrix, the traffic data company reported severe delays and queueing traffic for nine miles due to accident on the Northbound carriageway. Three lorries were involved in the collision on the M6 Northbound carriageway from J18 A54 Middlewich Road (Middlewich /  Holmes  Chapel) to J19 A556 ( Knutsford ). In the roadworks area. Lanes two and three (of three) were blocked half a mile before J19, with the carriageway closing fully shortly before 8am – although all lanes reopened at around 10am. Inrix first reported the accident shortly before 7.20am today (January 16 2019). A Highways England spokesman said:  “All lanes have re-opened on the M6 northbound between J18 and J19 following a collision. Severe delays of approx 70 minutes above normal travel time , this should start to ease now all lanes are clear. “Road users intending on using this section of road are advised to allow plenty of extra time for their journey and to consider alternative routes (if possible).” Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service confirmed they had attended the scene. A fire service spokeswoman said:  “At around 7.30am firefighters were called to reports of a collision on the M6 northbound, between junctions 18 and 19. On arrival crews discovered that the collision involved three heavy goods vehicles. “Lanes two and three were closed as emergency services dealt with the incident. No-one was trapped in any of the HGVs. Firefighters made the vehicles safe and were in attendance for nearly half-an-hour. “The Highways Agency, police and paramedics also attended. Firefighters liaised with the police about safety and the recovery of the vehicles.” Read MoreTop stories on StokeonTrentLive Driver named following fatal collisioncenter_img Police search for missing woman   Traffic England also confirm delays of around 90 minutes – with congestion now reported back past junction 18. North West Motorway Police have also reported congestion is building. Read MoreThese two city centre roads are shut for the next SIXTEEN weeks (and here’s why)   A spokesman said:  “We currently have a collision on M6 northbound just near to Knutsford services. Police and Highways England at scene. A lot of congestion being caused by the collision. We are working to clear it as soon as possible.”10:47Statement from the fire serviceA Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said; At around 7.30am firefighters were called to reports of a collision on the M6 northbound, between junctions 18 and 19.On arrival crews discovered that the collision involved three heavy goods vehicles.Lanes two and three were closed as emergency services dealt with the incident.No-one was trapped in any of the HGVs.Firefighters made the vehicles safe and were in attendance for nearly half-an-hour.The Highways Agency, police and paramedics also attended.Firefighters liaised with the police about safety and the recovery of the vehicles.” 10:45Photos from the scene earlier (Image: North West Motorway Police)10:07Highways England confirm all lanes have reopenedA Highways England spokesman said:All lanes have re-opened on the M6 northbound between J18 and J19 following a collision. Severe delays of approx 70 minutes above normal travel time , this should start to ease now all lanes are clear. “10:00Inrix reporting lanes reopenedInrix, the traffic data company are now reporting ten mile queues but all lanes reopened.09:44Latest from Highways EnglandA Highways England spokesman said:2 Lanes remain closed on the M6 northbound between J18 and J19. Delays of over 2 hours from J17. Please take into account if you’re heading to Manchester Airport.”09:28Traffic England reporting delays of two hours againTraffic England are again reporting delays of two hours against expected traffic.09:22Lanes remain closedTwo lanes closed, severe delays and queueing traffic for ten miles due to recovery work and accident, multiple lorries involved on M6 Northbound from J18 A54 Middlewich Road (Middlewich / Holmes Chapel) to J19 A556 (Knutsford). Congestion to J17 (Sandbach / Crewe). In the roadworks area. Travel time is around 1 hour and 50 minutes.Lanes two and three (of three) still remain closed. Traffic was held between 08:45 and 08:50 while recovery was ongoing.09:07Only two lanes closed againOnly two lanes closed again08:49Traffic being held againWe’re now getting reports traffic is again being held on the M6 08:43Delays of one hour and 45 minutesInrix are now reporting delays of one hour and 45 minutes.08:31Queueing traffic on exit sliproadQueueing traffic on exit slip road due to traffic exiting early on M6 Northbound at J17 A534 Old Mill Road (Sandbach / Crewe). In the roadworks area.Traffic is avoiding the accident further up the motorway between J18 and J19. 08:29Impact on surrounding roadsDelays on the M6 are having an impact on surrounding roads.Queueing traffic due to the problems on the M6 on A534 Southbound from M6 J17 (Sandbach / Crewe) to A533 Old Mill Road.Queueing traffic due to the problems on the M6 on A54 Middlewich Road Eastbound from M6 J18 (Middlewich / Holmes Chapel, Sproston) to B5308 (Holmes Chapel).Queueing traffic due to the problems on the M6 on A50 London Road Westbound from A5022 Holmes Chapel Road (Brereton) to A54 Chester Road (Holmes Chapel). 08:22One lane has now reopened – but 90 minute delays continueA Highways England spokesman said:1 Lane has re-opened on the M6 northbound between J18 and J19. Delays are currently around an hour and half above normal journey times .”08:18Nine mile queues now reportedNine mile queues are now reported on the motorway.08:16Queuing traffic southbound due to people looking at accidentQueueing traffic due to people slowing to look at accident on the opposite side on M6 Southbound from J19 A556 (Knutsford) to J18 A54 Middlewich Road (Middlewich / Holmes Chapel). In the roadworks area.08:12Motorists advised to find alternative routesA Highways England spokesman said:Road users intending on using this section of road are advised to allow plenty of extra time for their journey and to consider alternative routes (if possible).” 08:09Delays of two hours now reportedInrix are now reporting delays of up to two hours08:05Northbound now completely blockedThe M6 Northbound is now completely blocked. Highways England have confirmed.A spokesman said:The M6 northbound between J18 and J19 is now blocked. Delays are currently about an hour and a half above normal journey times. Please allow extra time if you’re heading to Manchester Airport.”08:01What we know so farTwo lanes are closed and long delays are reported on the northbound M6Three lorries are involved in the accident, which has taken place just before junction 19Delays of up to 90 minutes are currently being reported.07:56Accident near Jodrell Bank adding to delays in CheshireA Cheshire Police spokesman said:A535 HOLMES CHAPELTO CHELFORD – 2 vehicle collision by Jodrell Bank – 1 lane closed – large build up of traffic already, so please avoid the area and find alternative routes .”07:49Police at the sceneNorth West Motorway Police are the scene of the collision.A spokesman said:We currently have a collision on M6 northbound just near to Knutsford services. Police and Highways England at scene. A lot of congestion being caused by the collision. We are working to clear it as soon as possible.” 07:48Affected stretch of carriagewayThe accident has taken place between Junction 18 and Junction 19 (Image: Inrix)last_img read more

Puerto Ricans reject constitutional amendments

first_img“I came to vote because they killed my only son six months ago,” Aurea Elicea said as she wiped away tears.Limiting bail would prevent suspects from intimidating witnesses and killing again while out on bail, she said, adding that her son’s killer hasn’t been arrested.“That is why people don’t testify,” she said.The referendum came just weeks after federal prosecutors charged a man with murder and held him two weeks without bail only to release him after saying they had the wrong person.It was a case still fresh in the minds of voters like Daisa Rivera, 30, who said there should always be a presumption of innocence.Rivera also she said she didn’t believe the money saved from shrinking the legislature would be put to good use, but others expressed anger that Puerto Rico’s legislature is among the highest paid of any U.S. jurisdiction and that a number of corruption cases have surfaced in recent years.“Everyone knows they are stealing a lot and they are making a lot of money,” said 59-year-old Jose Calderon, who voted in support of the proposed changes.It was the second time Puerto Ricans have said no to changing the right to bail. Fifty-four percent of voters in a 1994 referendum rejected a proposal that would have allowed judges to withhold bail in any case, regardless of the crime charged. The referendum’s results mean Puerto Rico remains the only place in the Western Hemisphere where everyone is entitled to bail regardless of the alleged crime.“It is a time to celebrate because the people have saved our constitution and our rights,” said Arturo Hernandez, gubernatorial candidate for the Sovereign Union Movement, one of the island’s minority parties.Gov. Luis Fortuno and other members of his pro-statehood party lamented the bail change wasn’t approved.“This would have been a great tool to fight crime,” Fortuno said as he thanked the families of victims who supported the measure.The island of nearly 4 million people reported a record 1,117 homicides last year, and the drug-fueled violence continues unabated, with an increasing number of innocent bystanders being killed.Senate President Thomas Rivera Schatz said he accepted the defeat but added that he doesn’t regret supporting the proposed amendments.“We defended our principles,” he said.Fortuno’s campaign director, Angel Cintron, also accepted the preliminary results.“It’s not what we expected,” he said. “It differs from our projection and we have to recognize that.” The bail amendment would have granted judges the right to deny bail to those accused of premeditated murder, killing a police officer or killing someone in a public space or during a home invasion, sexual assault or drive-by shooting.The legislative amendment would have reduced the number of Senate seats from 27 to 17 and the number of House seats from 51 to 39.Supporters of amending the constitution argued the bail changes would cut crime and said the legislature reduction would make the body more efficient as well as save money that politicians pledged would be used to fight crime.“This is one of the most important referendums in many years,” said Alexandra Beltran, a San Juan resident who voted in the upscale neighborhood of Ocean Park accompanied by her husband and young daughter. “I believe it’s time we do something to intimidate criminals.”Hundreds of thousands of voters walked, drove, cycled, skateboarded and used wheelchairs to get to polling stations across Puerto Rico on Sunday and stood in long lines, sometimes under a brutal sun.At polling stations in the impoverished seaside town of Loiza, some voters decried the wave of violence that has hit their town especially hard. Natural spring cleaning tips and tricks for your home Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to help Top Stories Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Comments   Share   Associated PressSAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) – Voters crowded polling stations across Puerto Rico on Sunday and rejected constitutional amendments that would have reduced the size of the U.S. territory’s legislature and given judges the right to deny bail in certain murder cases.With 99 percent of polling places reporting, officials said 54 percent of the 805,337 votes counted rejected the legislative measure and 46 percent favored it. Fifty-five percent opposed the bail measure and 45 percent supported it. Sponsored Stories (Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) 3 international destinations to visit in 2019 Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Daylast_img read more

AIME Record results for BESydney

first_imgImage: Business Events Sydney Not to be outdone by the Melbourne Convention Bureau’s stellar events outlook, Business Events Sydney (BESydney) has announced their most successful calendar year on record at AIME this week.60,237 delegates visited Sydney for 91 events over a total of 244,453 delegate days in 2012, resulting in an additional AUD$220 million dollars for the NSW economy.Some of the large conferences delivered by BESydney in 2012 included: the Worldwide Chinese Life Insurance Congress with 3,400 delegates; the Tupperware Indonesia Incentive with 2,361 delegates; and the 16th International Congress on Dietetics with 2,270 delegates.64 events have currently been secured for 2013 expected to attract more than 50,000 business visitors and attracting an estimated economic impact of AUD$167.1 million to NSW.”We’ve hit the ground running this year. It’s been a great start to 2013 for us as well as for Sydney and NSW,” BESydney CEO Lyn Lewis-Smith said.Ms Lewis-Smith also discussed the success of BESydney in shifting the focus on business events in NSW to include both the visitor and knowledge economies, with the sector now considered a key factor in the State’s economic development platform.”It’s now understood at high and broad levels that business events are worth far more than the tally of tourism receipts,” Ms Lewis-Smith said.”Business events contribute to a healthy, global knowledge economy. The work we do to secure these events for NSW is now being embraced by the NSW Government as part of an aligned economic development strategy.”BESydney’s global Ambassador program will be expanded as part of the NSW Government’s ‘A Platform for Growth: The NSW Economic Development Framework’ which outlines how business and government can collaborate more effectively, invest in critical infrastructure and raise the global profile of Sydney and NSW.The bureau will also have a seat at the table to develop the Global Talent Hub initiative which will work with the Committee for Sydney, the NSW Government and leading businesses to leverage off the talent pool of international delegates at business events who may be interested in moving to NSW to study, invest, teach or conduct research.Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.A.last_img read more

Green light for CyprusEgypt business association

first_imgEgypt’s minister of trade and industry has given the green light for its end of a Cyprus-Egypt business association to go ahead even though an agreement to set it up was made in 2001.Aly Basha, commercial counselor at the Egyptian embassy in Nicosia told the Cyprus Mail that he had initiated the move to ensure the association could finally get off the ground.The Egyptian delegation to the association will be headed by Saeed Ahmed, the chairman of Nile Linen Group, one of the leading Egyptian manufacturers of home textiles. The head of the Cypriot side in the association is Andreas Christofides, managing director of KPMG Cyprus.The association aims to further boost trade and investment between Egypt and Cyprus, which have been stepped up in recent years, particularly in the energy field.Basha hailed the decision of the Egyptian ministry to green-light the effort and said he would start talks with both sides to hold the first joint meeting of the association before the end of the year.“Taking this decision now on the part of Egypt reflects how strong, and how much potential our commercial relations have,” he said.  You May LikeClassmates.comLook For Any High School Yearbook, It’s FreeClassmates.comUndoFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoAuthorities release five of 12 Israeli rape suspects, seven due in court FridayUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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first_imgThe harmonised consumer price index rose an annual 0.2 per cent in November mainly on higher prices for energy and services, the statistical service said.Energy prices rose 3.7 per cent last month compared to November last year, while those for services rose 0.9 per cent, Cystat said. The increase was partially offset by a 0.9 per cent drop in the prices of food, alcoholic beverages and tobacco, and non-energy industrial products.In January to November, the harmonised inflation rate was 0.8 per cent, Cystat said.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoSmart Tips DailySeniors With No Life Insurance May Get A $250,000 Policy If They Do ThisSmart Tips DailyUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’UndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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