Neighbourhood brawl lands man in court

first_imgA neighbourhood brawl, during which one person was wounded ended with two neighbours being placed before the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts on Friday.Ray Paul, 27, appeared before Senior Magistrate Leron Daly and denied that on March 13, 2019, at Phase Two, East Ruimveldt squatting area, he unlawfully and maliciously wounded Melroy Phillips with intent to cause him actual bodily harm.While no facts were presented to the court on the matter, the prosecution had no objections to bail being granted to the East Ruimveldt resident. The 27-year-old man was released on $20,000 bail and the case will continue on March 27, 2019.last_img read more

Questions surround asbestos pipes left after replacement works

first_imgQuestions have been raised over a stretch of pipes left behind after pipe replacement works from Lough Salt to Letterkenny.The old pipes, which were made with asbestos, are believed to remain in the ground alongside the new water infrastructure.Cllr Michael McBride raised the matter with the Letterkenny MD on Wednesday. He asked what policy the council has on the disused pipes, given that the public is advised to dispose of other asbestos waste in a safe manner. Joe Ferry, Senior Chemist for the council said that there is no environmental risk with leaving the pipes in the ground, given the amount of time they’ve already been there.“It’s more of a risk if you move them at all,” Mr Ferry said.Cllr McBride replied: “My own opinion is that they should be removed.”The issue was raised outside of the planned agenda at this month’s municipal district meeting. Questions surround asbestos pipes left after replacement works was last modified: May 16th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

More Geocaching Vacation Destinations Closer to Home

first_imgIn the time-honored geocaching tradition, it’s a map that helps tell the story. Check out the blue pins scattered across the world on the Geocaching GeoTours map. Each marker is a GeoTour location. Each GeoTour is a chance to explore a unique destination as only geocaching can unveil it. Local experts in each destination pick out the best places to hide new geocaches, including historic sites, parks, cities and more.Nearly 40 GeoTours offer geocachers custom-crafted adventures in locations like the Islands of Bermuda, New Caledonia or the Hochkönig region in Austria. And if you’re interested in a driving tour of North America, more than two dozen GeoTours provide unforgettable experiences.Where will geocaching take you this year? Let us know in comments below. SharePrint RelatedNow Boarding for Geocaching GeoToursJuly 1, 2013In “Geocaching Weekly Newsletter”Geocaching Vacation Destinations – Weekly NewsletterOctober 4, 2012In “Groundspeak’s Weekly Newsletter”5 tips for planning your next vacation with geocachingJuly 31, 2017In “GeoTours” THE HIGHKING CODE GeoTourPasseport pour le Nord GeoTourBermuda Conservation GeoTour GeoTours Deliver Geocaching Adventure Around the Globe Share with your Friends:Morelast_img read more

ONE: Torres lone Filipino to win in Myanmar card

first_imgTrending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:22Thai court upholds death sentence for Myanmar men over Brit killings01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort China’s Chen Lei battered Burn Soriano on the ground to earn a technical knockout victory 1:06 of the second round of their bantamweight fight.Chen remained undefeated after seven fights while Soriano lost his second straight match and is now at 3-4.Chinese flyweight Ma Hao Bin (9-1) submitted Filipino knockout artist Eugene Toquero with an armbar 4:51 into the first round.Ma, who won his sixth straight fight, locked Toquero in an early guillotine choke but the Filipino managed to break free.Thai Pongsiri Mitsatit finished off the Philippine contingent with a convincing victory over Jeremy Miado in the strawweight division.ADVERTISEMENT John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding MOST READ Ateneo nears sweep, sends UST to 13th straight loss LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC View comments Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Read Next CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA Mitsatit blocked Miado’s takedown attempt to transition to a full mount where he landed an elbow that forced the Filipino to verbally submit 4:23 into the fight. Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion “This victory is so sweet. I am excited about how the future will unfold as I continue my career in ONE Championship. For sure, I will be back in the gym immediately. I am ready to climb the ladder and face the biggest names that the organization has to offer,” said Torres.“It is truly an honor to compete with a talented competitor like my opponent. She gave me a tough test. My opponent withstood everything I threw at her. I tip my hats off to her and her skills. This bout will be beneficial to my growth as a martial artist in this sport and in ONE Championship.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutDea (0-2) managed to shock Torres with a knee to the head but the Filipino again managed to bring the fight to the ground to earn the judges’ nod.Torres, however, was the only Filipino fighter to come out of the card victorious. FILE – Photo from ONE CHAMPIONSHIPJomary Torres followed up her debut win in ONE Championship with an impressive decision victory over Nita Dea of Indonesia in their atomweight bout Friday at Thuwunna Indoor Stadium in Myanmar.Torres (3-0) beat Dea, a grappling specialist, at her own game as she outwrestled her throughout the match.ADVERTISEMENT Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasalast_img read more

Rep Roberts opens Lansing office announces staff

first_img Categories: Roberts News State Rep. Brett Roberts this week officially opened his Lansing office to serve 65th House District, and also announced key contact information for residents to reach him and his staff.“It’s an honor and a privilege to serve the residents of the 65th District,” said Roberts, R-Eaton Township. “I am always committed to putting the interests of the district first, and one way to accomplish this is by always having my Lansing office open. I encourage residents of the 65th District to visit or call my office whenever they have a concern or want to discuss an issue.”Legislative staffers Caitlin Boyle and Tony Mosesso will join Roberts in his Lansing office. Boyle, a graduate of Michigan State University, previously worked in the state Senate, and will serve as Roberts’ legislative assistant.  Mosesso, also a graduate of Michigan State University, previously worked in the Senate, and will be the constituent relations and legislative assistant.Rep. Roberts’ office is located at 124 N. Capitol Ave., Room 999, Lansing, and the office is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Residents can contact Rep. Roberts at (517) 373-1775, by e-mail at and online at 65th House District includes parts of Lenawee, Jackson and Eaton counties.### 09Jan Rep. Roberts opens Lansing office, announces stafflast_img read more

Tele Columbus HQ German cable operator Tele Columb

first_imgTele Columbus HQGerman cable operator Tele Columbus’s management confirmed their full-year financial guidance on the back of respectable Q3 results, despite a delay in the launch of the group’s new unified brand, PŸUR.Tele Columbus’s revenues grew by 4.3% to €123.3 million in Q3, while normalised EBITDA rose by 7.2% to €68.3 million.The company added 15,000 internet and 17,000 telephony revenue-generating units in the quarter taking its internet and telephony totals to 564,000 and 545,000 respectively, and blended ARPU rose by 5.5% to €17.20. The number of TV customers has declined by 2.3% year-on-year to 2.38 million, but the number of premium TV customers rose by 2.4% to 432,000.The group commercially launched the PŸUR brand on October 4, providing a unified identity for its constituent offerings. Tele Columbus said it had made progress integrating the former Primacom and Pepcom networks. The company recently struck an agreement with Vodafone to acquire its stake in Munich-based service provider Kabelfernsehen München Servicenter (KMS).Ronny Verhelst, outgoing CEO, said: “We have had an ambitious plan for 2017, and the company is responding well to the challenge.Clearly, projects remain to be finished but we are making very good progress.”His replacement, Timm Degenhardt, said: “The company is preparing the platform for sustained organic growth; all important elements are there, or are being prepared, and I look forward to bringing it all together with the team.”last_img read more

For more information please visit Antonios link

first_imgFor more information please visit Antonio’s link @ One Mission Buzz Off is just like a walk or road race, participants raise money by asking family and friends to sponsor their participation.  The Nazzaro Center teenagers will be hosting a bake sale this Thursday, May 23rd from 3:30-6:00pm in the Nazzaro Lobby. *Advertisement*center_img Local teen, Antonio Romano, is participating in the One Mission Buzz Off. Buzz Off is an event where people come together to shave their heads in honor and support of kids with cancer. last_img read more

Looking for a Career in Banking Consider These MBA Programs

first_img RelatedFinancial Times Reveals Top Finance MBAs for 2017The business end of business school has become a great cause of concern, particularly since the bubble burst in ‘08. MBAs need to be more technically adept and more comprehensively schooled to remain competitive in the financial services industry. As is the case with any major investment, the question is…May 16, 2017In “Featured Home”The Top Finance MBAs in TorontoThe finance industry has always gone hand-in-hand in the MBA. Even as MBAs are becoming increasingly popular in other industries, finance is still the biggest MBA job sector and accounts for 22 percent of all MBA jobs, according to the 2014/15 QS ‘Jobs and Salary Trends Report.’ The Toronto…December 22, 2016In “Featured Home”Top MBA Jobs: Senior Financial AnalystWorking in financial services is one of the most coveted career paths for MBA graduates. It pays well; you can find a job anywhere in the world; and top companies recruit in finance. Unfortunately, all that means that there is a lot of competition. It can be tough to break…June 25, 2019In “Advice” regions: Boston / Chicago / New York City / Philadelphia / San Francisco About the AuthorMaggie BoccellaMaggie Boccella, a lifelong resident of Philadelphia, is a freelance writer, artist and photographer. She has consulted on various film and multimedia projects, and she also serves as a juror for the city’s annual LGBTQIA Film Festival.View more posts by Maggie Boccella For MBAs who seek positions in finance, investment services, commercial and investment banking, or in the emerging universe of Fintech, a degree with a banking focus may be just the thing to pursue.Here is a glimpse at some of the top schools for banking MBA programs. The Top Banking MBA ProgramsAt the top of many lists for the most sought after finance and banking MBAs is University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business. With a heavy concentration on analytical and theoretical concepts, the Wharton Finance MBA trains students for high level financial management careers in firms, governments, and non-profit organizations. Statistics and mathematics are of primary importance in this degree, as are analytical tools.At the executive education level, Wharton offers a partnership with the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking. The program is designed for those who seek advancement into executive positions within banks, financial services firms, and holding companies. Those eligible for the certificate must have least five years of experience in three of the following areas: credit administration, accounting, economics, financial statement analysis, or operations.NYU’s Stern School of Business is another top destination for banking MBA hopefuls. Offered through Stern’s finance department, the banking specialization readies graduates for positions in corporate treasury, investment or commercial banking, and financial management.Stern’s banking curriculum spans topics such as bankruptcy management, microfinance, governmental policy and global banking, and more. A Stern MBA can offer a competitive edge in M&A, public finance, sales and trading, asset management and equity/fixed income research.Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management’s top ranking finance department will also equip MBAs with the tools to advance in these fields by way of a deep focus upon experiential learning. The Asset Management Practicum, for example, allows students to manage a portfolio that includes the school’s endowment. Via mentorship from prominent alumni, Kellogg finance MBAs observe and take part in a rotating number of roles such as analyst, trader, and portfolio manager.Kellogg also offers a Private Equity and Venture Lab, an Analytical Consulting Lab, and NUVention Courses, which initiate collaborative learning with students and faculty of the medical, engineering and law schools.Next on the list of top finance and banking MBA programs is MIT’s Sloan School of Business. Geared toward either the career financial professional or to those who have decided to change careers, Sloan’s Finance MBA awards a Certificate of Finance in addition to the diploma.Students in the Sloan Finance track receive immersive training through real-world projects, presented by companies and other teams of students. Corporate finance, investment management, hedge fund management, venture capital and public finance are but a few of the areas the MBA covers. With regular speaking engagements from experts in the field, the Sloan MBA provides exposure to current trends and issues vital global and domestic banking and finance.Sloan students on the finance track also participate in onsite ‘banking days’ in New York, London, and Boston.Columbia Business School is another leader in training MBAs for the most sought after banking careers. Columbia finance MBAs take a core course in Corporate Finance, advancing into electives such as social venture investment, pension and institutional investment, and international commercial transactions.At the Berkeley Haas School of Business, MBAs who choose a finance concentration have the benefit of firsthand exposure to companies such as Wells Fargo, Charles Schwab, and Visa through the Haas@Work program. With a “focus on customer-centered and design-thinking based approaches to applied innovation,” Haas prides itself upon social responsibility in all concentrations.Advancing from core studies in corporate finance, Haas MBAs gain valuable tools in modeling. They can also pursue areas as private equity, mergers and acquisitions, risk management, and asset pricing.Banking MBA CareersWith a number of current jobs and internships available in research analytics, wealth management, credit risk and treasury management pricing, MBAs with a banking specialty are well poised to succeed. Looking for a Career in Banking? Consider These MBA Programs Last Updated Oct 3, 2018 by Maggie BoccellaFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail last_img read more

IBM Just Made a Powerful Research Tool Available to Everyone for Free

first_img 36shares This story originally appeared on Fortune Magazine 4 min read Jonathan Vanian Image credit: IBM Add to Queue Next Article Learn how to successfully navigate family business dynamics and build businesses that excel. IBM has a powerful new research project that anyone can use for free.The business technology company’s research arm said on Wednesday that it’s giving everyone access to one of its quantum computing processors, an experimental technology that has the potential to quickly crunch huge amounts of data.Anyone from university researchers to tech savvy teenagers can apply through IBM Research’s website to test the processor. IBM will determine how much access people receive to the processor depending on their technology background and how well versed they are in quantum technology, explained Jerry Chow, the manager of IBM’s experimental quantum computing group.Generally speaking, in traditional computing, data is encoded in one of two states, as represented by the tiny transistors embedded on silicon chips being turned on or off. Quantum computing, however, uses particles called quantum bits, or qubits to handle the heavy duty processing.These qubits are more versatile than a typical computer bit and are not limited to being either on or off. This flexibility, in theory, allows for more powerful processing and the ability to calculate complex algorithms far faster than today’s super computers.Still, quantum computing is in its infancy and has generally been thought of as an academic project that could one day lead to powerful quantum computers for helping scientists speed up cancer research or even crack encrypted messages. Organizations from NASA to Google to Microsoft are all researching the technology and how it can one day be used in real-world situations.IBM wants to raise quantum computing’s visibility and remove some of the mystery about the esoteric technology. The company wants the project to be “broadly accessible” in the hope that it can increase interest in the technology, said Chow.The actual quantum processor is stored at IBM’s research center in Yorktown Heights, N.Y. in a complex refrigeration system that keeps the chip cooled near absolute zero, which is required for quantum activity to take place. Users can interact with the machine through the Internet much like they would access cloud software like email.The IBM researchers developed an user-friendly web page that includes what resembles a music bar or measure that people can play with to build algorithms. In this so-called quantum composer, users can run algorithms that manipulate the processor’s 5 qbits to get a result.“We want people to see the construction of an algorithm,” said Chow, referring to how users can run calculations tailored to the quantum processor. “To get the 17-year old kid learning that concept, I think is powerful.”Users can then compare the quantum processor’s results to a standard processor’s results to see if the quantum processor was able to come up with the correct answer. Because quantum computing is still experimental, the processor may generate an incorrect answer.This is cutting-edge technology, after all. Still, the fact that the processor works at all indicates that quantum research is paying off.David Cory, who is the Canada Excellence Research Chair in Quantum Information Processing at the University of Waterloo, got the chance to play around with the technology. Cory, who has former students who work on the IBM quantum project, was impressed by the machine and said the quantum processor gave the right answer “a little more than a third of the time” for a certain calculation he tried.This particular IBM quantum technology isn’t as cutting edge as some other machines researchers use in their labs, but “it is very robust and easy to use,” he said. “I think it gives something real for people to play with,” said Cory. “That brings quantum computing a bit closer to everyone.”Chow said that IBM hopes to improve the processor and the software it built to manipulate it based on the feedback it gets from users through this project. May 4, 2016 IBM IBM Just Made a Powerful Research Tool Available to Everyone for Free Free Webinar | July 31: Secrets to Running a Successful Family Business IBM Quantum Lab Register Now »last_img read more