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first_img City Hall has come under fire for agreeing to underwrite half of the stamp duty that could be levied on the BBC when it opens new studios in the £1.1bn Olympic Park development.Last summer the broadcaster announced it would build a brand new set of studios at the east London site by 2022/23, in concert with the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), a body that is accountable to the mayor of London and is tasked with developing the new business and residential hub of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. More From Our Partners Police Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Huntergoodnewsnetwork.orgA ProPublica investigation has caused outrage in the U.S. this weekvaluewalk.comAstounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.orgRussell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comNative American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.orgFort Bragg soldier accused of killing another servicewoman over exthegrio.comBrave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little Sistergoodnewsnetwork.orgPorsha Williams engaged to ex-husband of ‘RHOA’ co-star Falynn Guobadiathegrio.comMan on bail for murder arrested after pet tiger escapes Houston homethegrio.com Share City Hall and BBC under fire over stamp duty agreement for new Olympic Park studios Tuesday 29 January 2019 4:50 pm However, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has not yet decided whether it will impose stamp duty on the new studios. In order to secure the BBC’s move to the area, London mayor Sadiq Khan granted the LLDC permission to underwrite a “a maximum of 50 per cent” of the BBC’s stamp duty, “should it become due”.The stamp duty agreement comes on top of an £11m grant the Greater London Authority will supply to the LLDC towards the capital costs of the BBC building.John O’Connell, chief executive of the TaxPayers’ Alliance, said the agreement signified “one rule for them and another for the rest of us”.”If ordinary taxpayers and businesses across the country are paying huge amounts of stamp duty, then why can’t the BBC suffer from it like the rest of us? Any money Sadiq gives to the BBC is taxpayers money, which could be going towards local police budgets instead.”Chair of the London Assembly’s transport committee Caroline Pidgeon said: “We should be able to attract firms and organisations from around the world to locate to this wonderful location, without huge taxpayer subsidies being necessary. To be offering such huge subsidies to the publicly funded BBC shows that the Olympic Park is not reaching its full potential.”center_img However, leader of the Conservatives in the London Assembly Gareth Bacon defended the decision.”I think the BBC gets enough taxpayers money and take a dim view of them getting any more,” he said. “However, the presence of the BBC is critical to the regeneration of a major phase of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The government have effectively demanded it and their funding offer is contingent on it, so without securing the BBC the whole project could be at risk. In that light, the offset to underwrite half of the cost becomes more defensible.”A spokesperson for the mayor said: “East Bank is the most ambitious project of its kind for decades, placing culture and education at the heart of the Olympic legacy. It will create 2,500 jobs, deliver £1.5bn of economic benefit and 600 new homes.“Professional tax advisors have advised the mayor that stamp duty will not be payable on this building. A fair arrangement has been negotiated with the BBC, in case this proves not to be the case, so that this scheme can progress on schedule.”A BBC spokesperson said: “We have nothing further to add.”HMRC said it did not comment on identifiable taxpayers. Tags: BBC People Sadiq Khan Tax whatsapp whatsapp Alexandra Rogers last_img read more

first_img Tags diagnosticsresearch Related: An invisible hand: Patients aren’t being told about the AI systems advising their care Researchers have developed a simple finger-prick test that scans a single drop of blood to rapidly determine whether the body has been exposed to toxic levels of radiation.Catastrophic radiological events — like nuclear detonations — can threaten massive populations with acute radiation syndrome, which wreaks havoc on the gastrointestinal system and destroys bone marrow, leading to infections and internal bleeding. In preparation for the possibility of such a public health disaster, scientists at Ohio State have devised a speedy and scalable method for estimating radiation exposure. They published their proof-of-concept research, conducted in mice, Wednesday in Science Translational Medicine.Timing is key when it comes to assessing radiation dosage in members of an exposed population. Victims above a certain dose threshold require immediate and aggressive treatment, such as a blood transfusion or cytokine therapy.advertisement By Juliet Isselbacher July 15, 2020 Reprints The current “gold standard” test for radiation exposure is a dicentric chromosome assay, which looks for hallmarks of radiation-induced DNA damage. The problem is that this test takes around three or four days to yield results — a waiting period that can make it harder for clinicians to know how to proceed and can potentially jeopardize patient outcomes.advertisement Related: Please enter a valid email address. “If it takes you four days to get the result, then it’s not helpful in immediate management,” said C. Norman Coleman, a researcher at the National Cancer Institute who was not involved with the study. “The idea of getting some kind of number pretty quickly that tells you what you need to do is useful for the medical system and also for the patient.”The test Jacob’s team developed has the capability to turn out a number within hours.It does so by harnessing two key biomarkers in the blood: miR-150-5p and miR-23a-3p, both of which are small, non-coding types of RNA molecules. The first type is known to be radiation sensitive, meaning that its levels drop as the radiation dose climbs. The second type is radiation insensitive, so its concentration remains stable despite radiation exposure. Newsletters Sign up for Morning Rounds Your daily dose of news in health and medicine. Though a crisis like Covid-19 may monopolize the public’s attention, there are always scientists “in the background” gearing up for the next big disaster, he said — no matter how unlikely it might be.Beyond preparing physicians to triage and treat patients implicated in a potential nuclear detonation, the finger-prick test has an application that’s even more far out there – all the way in outer space.Jacob said that the test — which was developed with funding from NASA and the Department of Defense — may be deployed on space missions, since astronauts are exposed to radiation from “explosive” and “unexpected” solar flare-ups. And closer to home, he added, physicians could one day use the test to better adjust dosing when they administer radiotherapy to cancer patients.“In 2013 we published a paper showing the origin of discovery of this combination of two molecules,” Jacob concluded. “[This is] a productization of that basic science discovery. I’m very excited. I’m very glad that I was able to contribute.” In the LabScientists create a speedy finger-prick test to scan for radiation exposure in mice Leave this field empty if you’re human: Jacob and his colleagues hypothesized that they could estimate how much a radiation a person was exposed to by comparing the levels of miR-150-5p and miR-23a-3p after that exposure.To test out this theory, they exposed mice to varying levels of radiation and then periodically sampled their blood to keep track of how levels of miR-150-5p changed compared to the stable miR-23a-3p. Just 6 hours after irradiation — and up until a week later — a comparison of the two biomarkers turned out to be a sensitive proxy for the radiation dosage a given mouse had undergone.The central principle held in humans, too. Looking at blood samples from leukemia patients before and after they underwent radiotherapy treatment, the researchers confirmed that miR-150-5p levels dipped after radiation exposure, while miR-23a-3p stayed steady.Jacob emphasized, however, that the work is still in the early stages. He said the dose estimation algorithm they built out with data from mice will have to undergo calibration in future studies on non-human primates.Coleman said this paper represents the constant, “behind the scenes” preparation scientists undertake for potential public health disasters — whether biological, chemical, or nuclear. Adobe “Early detection will save lives,” said Naduparambil Jacob, senior author of the study and a molecular biologist at Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center. Privacy Policy How does exercise benefit the aging brain? Transfusing blood from active mice into sedentary ones suggests an answer last_img read more

Share this article and your comments with peers on social media FSRA updates title reg proposal Most Canadians know that financial planning is good for them, yet far too many fail to act on their best intentions. Why is that? Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC) asked Certified Financial Planner (CFP) professionals to weigh in on this question. With Financial Planning Week just around the corner (November 19-25), FPSC is sharing the results to highlight some of the key issues that prevent Canadians from engaging more fully in financial planning. Keywords Financial planningCompanies Financial Planning Standards Council Related news IE Staff FP Canada, IQPF update projection assumption guidelines amid pandemic “Confusion, procrastination and some long-standing myths continue to be serious roadblocks standing in the way of Canadians bringing more financial planning into their lives,” says Tamara Smith, vice president of marketing and consumer affairs, FPSC. Earlier this fall, FPSC surveyed CFP professionals across Canada inviting them to share why they think too many Canadians fail to engage in financial planning. The following are the seven highest ranked statements in which CFP professionals provided a rating of seven or higher on a 1-10 scale (with 10 indicating very strong agreement): They think financial planning is only about investing or retirement, 86% They are too busy and fail to make it a priority, 85% They don’t realize the value financial planning could have on their life, 83% They procrastinate and think they have plenty of time, 82% They think financial planning is about ‘numbers’ and don’t realize it’s for life goals, 80% They think they have to be wealthier to merit having a financial plan, 75% They think if they have an RRSP or some investments then they have a financial plan, 74% “Each year in FPSC’s Value of Financial Planning study, we see that those Canadians who engage in comprehensive financial planning feel further ahead in their financial and emotional wellbeing than those who do not. The more than 3 million Canadians who work with CFP professionals can likely attest to this experience but it’s the Canadians who have not yet embraced financial planning that we need to reach,” says Smith. New results for the third year of FPSC’s longitudinal study will be released during Financial Planning Week. Facebook LinkedIn Twitter “Light planning” could expand access to financial advice read more

first_imgCommunity urged to have their say on Yarraman Waste Management Facility Upgrade Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) is urging the community to have their say on the concept design of an upgraded waste management facility at Yarraman.The community can provide feedback on the new design until 5.00 pm, Friday 11 December through Council’s Your Say page.TRC Water and Waste Portfolio Leader Cr Nancy Sommerfield said upgraded waste transfer facilities are a cleaner, neater and tidier waste solution.“The Yarraman upgrade would see the construction of our Region’s first Tier 4 waste management facility,” Cr Sommerfield said.“The new facility would be built on the site of the existing landfill and designed as a smaller version of the Region’s state of the art flagship, the Greater Toowoomba Waste Management Facility.“Transfer stations reduce the need for regional landfills ensuring better environmental outcomes for the community.“The new design allows waste to be stored on hardstand pavement, and transported to landfill locations offsite, reducing the extent of odour, dust, and animal/rodent control required.“Litter prevention controls would also be in place to contain windblown litter from the facility and prevent it from entering drains.“The YourSay page contains a virtual flythrough of the proposed facility in Yarraman so residents can quickly understand the look and feel of the site.“We would like to hear from the community, what you like or don’t like about the design and if there is anything you would like to improve?“Make haste, and don’t waste the opportunity to have your say on the new Yarraman Waste Management Facility.”TRC Water and Waste Chair, Cr Rebecca Vonhoff said, Council is planning for the long-term management of waste through our Waste Infrastructure Plan.“Council has 23 Waste Management Facilities throughout the Region, which is the highest number of any local government in Queensland. Many of these facilities are located in smaller populated regional communities,” Cr Vonhoff said.“A number of our older regional landfills are reaching capacity and are not able to be upgraded due to the sites being unsuitable for future development.“As a result, Council will replace some sites with new, modern waste transfer facilities that are convenient for each community.“Council has opened four new waste management facilities This includes the award-winning Greater Toowoomba Waste Management Facility at O’Mara Road, Wellcamp, which is the model for all future facilities.“We are also in the final stage of construction of the new Tier 2 facility at Kleinton.“As part of our integrated waste management network, our facilities will ensure that 98% of residents live within a 20-minute drive from a waste management facility.”To have your say on the Yarraman Waste Facility upgrade go to https://yoursay.tr.qld.gov.au/yarramanwmf or contact Council on 131 872 quoting ‘Yarraman Waste Facility’. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Australia, community, council, future, Government, infrastructure, outcomes, prevention, Queensland, Toowoomba, Toowoomba Regional Council, Water, Yarramanlast_img read more

first_imgEditors: Review copies of the journal are available by contacting Steven Wingate at (303) 735-4669 or [email protected] Joanne Greenberg, author of “I Never Promised You a Rose Garden,” is among a stellar lineup of writers, artists and poets contributing to the University of Colorado at Boulder’s new Western-focused literary journal, “divide.” The journal, titled divide with a lower-case ‘d,’ also features works by Ai, winner of the National Book Award for Poetry; Laura Pritchett, winner of the 2002 PEN USA Award for Fiction; and interviews with nationally prominent author and commentator Richard Rodriguez of San Francisco and CU-Boulder historian Patricia Nelson Limerick. The 96-page journal features stories, poems, photographs, interviews, essays and artworks on the theme “Death of the New West?” The cover features a painting by CU-Boulder fine arts Professor Chuck Forsman, whose work is part of the collection of the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art. “I wanted to create a magazine that’s more about questions than it is about answers,” said editor and publisher Steven Wingate, CU-Boulder writing instructor. “My hope is that we’ll have people debating topics with each other within the pages and taking unique stands on contemporary social issues. Hence the name ‘divide.’ ” Among the other 20 contributors to the inaugural issue are award-winning authors Dorianne Laux, David Mason, James Tipton and CU-Boulder professor emeritus Reg Saner. The contents focus on the relationships among Western myths and the ways we currently inhabit the Western landscape. Readings from the journal will be held Oct. 7 at 7:30 p.m. at the Boulder Book Store, 1107 Pearl St., in Boulder, and on Nov. 1 at 2 p.m. at the LoDo Tattered Cover Book Store at 16th and Wynkoop streets in downtown Denver. The latter event is a joint reading also featuring “Sites of Insight: Colorado Sacred Places,” edited by divide’s fiction editor, James Lough. The first theme of divide explores some of the contradictions that make up cultural life in the West, Wingate said. The next issue, titled “Pax Americana,” will deal with the complex cultural relationships between the United States and the rest of the world following Sept. 11. It will be released in September 2004. The journal is published by the CU-Boulder Program for Writing and Rhetoric with support from the Sewall Residential Academic Program, the Center for Humanities and the Arts and the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Single copies of divide may be purchased for $8 at independent bookstores throughout the Rocky Mountain region, by calling (303) 735-4669 or by e-mailing [email protected] Group discounts and subscriptions are available. For more information visit http://www.colorado.edu/journals/divide. Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: Sept. 22, 2003 last_img read more

first_img‘Tek Charge’ – Focus of Safer Sex Week Health & WellnessFebruary 10, 2012 By Jeneva Gordon, JIS PRO Related‘Tek Charge’ – Focus of Safer Sex Week Related‘Tek Charge’ – Focus of Safer Sex Week Advertisements Related‘Tek Charge’ – Focus of Safer Sex Week FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail The Ministry of Labour and Social Security will be observing Safer Sex Week from February 12 to 18, 2012, under the theme: ‘Tek charge! Condom: check HIV Test: check Less Partners: check’. Programmes Manager for HIV at the Ministry, Peta-Gay Pryce, informs JIS News that the week’s activities is geared towards sensitising  persons about  the importance of taking charge of their sex lives, by using a condom, getting an HIV Test, and also reducing the number of partners. The week of activities commences on Monday (February 13), with a sensitisation exercise at the Ministry. Miss Pryce said this activity will assist employees to understand the importance of practising safe sex, as the best responsible action against HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs). “Throughout the week, representatives from the Ministry will be engaged in a series of telephone and radio interviews, as well as discussions to promote safe sex,” she said. On Thursday (February 16), the Ministry will be staging an Awards Ceremony at its Head Office, in recognition of last year’s HIV in the Workplace Awareness Competition winners. “The competition enabled staff members, trained as peer educators and counsellors, to educate their respective departments about HIV, which were audited based on the criteria that were provided,” she said.  The activities will continue on February 17 with another sensitisation exercise, which involves several private sector companies enrolled in the HIV-Voluntary Compliance Programme (VCP).      “We will be focusing on direct private sector companies which are a part of the VCP, looking at behaviour change. These companies have signed on to the programme, so we will be assisting persons to make their own self assessments in an effort to mange and reduce the risk of transmission,” she informed. The VCP is one of the measures being implemented by the Ministry of Labour and Social Security to get organisations to voluntarily join the International Labour Organisation (ILO) HIV/AIDS Workplace Education Programme, before the passage of the Occupational Safety and Health Act. Miss Pryce told JIS News that the Ministry remains committed to sensitising both the public and private sectors about the importance of safe sex practices, to reduce the risk of HIV and other communicable diseases in Jamaica.last_img read more

first_img AT&TFederal Trade Commissionlawsuit AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 06 AUG 2019 Previous ArticleDoJ charges hacker in AT&T phone plotNext ArticleChina warns India on consequences of Huawei ban Author Diana Goovaerts AT&T and the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) struck a tentative deal which could finally put to rest a five-year row between the two related to the operator’s data throttling practices.An operator representative told Mobile World Live the pair reached “an agreement in principle” to settle the case.MediaPost reported court papers show the settlement will include a monetary payment and an injunction.The arrangement would bring to a close a court battle between the pair begun in 2014, when the FTC accused the operator of slowing data speeds on unlimited plans without sufficiently disclosing the practice to consumers.After a back and forth in the courts, the FTC ultimately won the case in February 2018. In June of that year, AT&T said it decided to forgo an appeal of the verdict in favour of negotiating a settlement. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Diana is Mobile World Live’s US Editor, reporting on infrastructure and spectrum rollouts, regulatory issues, and other carrier news from the US market. Diana came to GSMA from her former role as Editor of Wireless Week and CED Magazine, digital-only… Read more Related Amazon reels in MGM US chip funding tipped to top $150B AT&T pushes cybersecurity to public sector Tags Home AT&T, FTC near deal in throttling caselast_img read more

first_img Diana is Mobile World Live’s US Editor, reporting on infrastructure and spectrum rollouts, regulatory issues, and other carrier news from the US market. Diana came to GSMA from her former role as Editor of Wireless Week and CED Magazine, digital-only… Read more Home Vodafone presses peers to take open RAN plunge Tags Previous ArticleOrange targets speed, access gains in West AfricaNext ArticleMediaTek targets mass-market 5G with latest chip Author Orange Ventures injects €30M into new fund Orange makes secure cloud pact for French market Vodafone Group executives called on global counterparts to follow its lead in committing to large-scale open RAN deployments, arguing a strong order pipeline is needed to help vendors fuel continued development of the technology.During the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) Insights Series EMEA event, Vodafone UK CTO Scott Petty (pictured) said the open RAN ecosystem is on the “precipice of being ready” for major rollouts, with current kit suitable primarily for low-density rural deployments, but added the industry is caught in “a little bit of a Catch-22” situation.“As operators, we of course want perfect products at the prices that come with scaled market economics, but at the same time the vendors need scale commitments in the market to put in the development effort and needs required to perform in suburban and dense urban environments.”Petty highlighted Vodafone’s recent commitment to deploy open RAN kit at 2,600 network sites by 2027, 1,150 of which are due to be converted by end-2023, urging other operators to follow suit.Yago Tenorio, head of Group Network Architecture and TIP chairman, also pressed operators to consolidate their development requirements to ensure “we don’t ask different things of small vendors” which may not have the resources of larger players.Lab workTenorio and Olivier Simon, global director of radio innovation at Orange, underscored the importance of development labs, citing them as key for complex integration testing.Simon noted there are already four operator-led TIP Community Labs in Europe, adding Orange plans to open a fifth in Paris focused on trialling open interfaces, developing a RAN intelligent controller (RIC) and testing open RAN reference designs. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back OrangeTelecom Infra ProjectVodafone Related Vodafone, Safaricom beat MTN to Ethiopia licence Diana Goovaerts AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore16 10 NOV 2020 last_img read more

first_img By News Highland – July 29, 2019 Twitter News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows WhatsApp Previous articleDetails of new 100 million euro funding for beef farmers announcedNext article‘We are heading for a no-deal Brexit’ – Donaldson News Highland Facebook WhatsApp Donegal County Council says there will be a full public display of the final routes once decisions are taken on the Ten-T roads network later this year.Responding to questions from Cllr Donal Coyle, senior engineers said there won’t be any more public consultations, but members will bebriefed and plan’s will be published.Cllr Coyle is welcoming the commitment, but says his focus remains securing the Bonagee Link and new bridge over the Swilly.Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/cvcggfhgfhgfoyletent.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Pinterest Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Google+center_img Pinterest Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Full public display of final ten-t routes later this year FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 AudioHomepage BannerNews Twitter DL Debate – 24/05/21 Google+ Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODAlast_img read more

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