Nova Scotians Taste Local Food Advantage

first_imgNote: A list of locations offering sampling events follows this release. Nova Scotians can visit their nearest grocery store or farmers market for a taste of local, seasonal foods. During the next week, many retail outlets are offering free samples of Nova Scotia foods. Consumers are encouraged to try the samples and pick up recipes and product information. “This is a great opportunity for Nova Scotians to sample delicious Nova Scotia produce in the middle of winter,” said Agriculture Minister John MacDonell. The tastings are part of the Winter Fresh campaign to raise consumer awareness about locally grown foods and help support a more competitive and profitable agriculture industry. “Through our Choose Atlantic program, Sobeys is proud to be a leader in bringing locally grown food to our customers in Nova Scotia,” said Brian Morrissey, general manager of Sobeys Atlantic. “Local is more than fresh strawberries in the summer and corn in the fall. Participating in the Winter Fresh campaign will showcase many great Nova Scotia-grown foods that are available in our stores year-round.” The Winter Fresh campaign also includes sponsorship of Select Nova Scotia Community Suppers across the province and a partnership with the Restaurant Association of Nova Scotia’s popular Dine Around program. Select Nova Scotia was developed to create partnerships with food producers, processors, retailers, food service and consumers and to promote the sale and consumption of Nova Scotia grown and produced food. More information on the Winter Fresh campaign, sampling events and which foods are in season and where to find them can be found at .last_img read more

Indigenous students ditch school to meet at the Vancouver Art Gallery for

first_imgTina HouseAPTN NewsA walkout was held in Vancouver to oppose Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline.The proposed, multi-billion dollar project would run from Edmonton, Alta., to Burnaby, B.C.While some First Nation communities along the route have signed onto the project, others oppose it.Students at a high school in Vancouver skipped class to join a rally that opposed the

Marriott to expand further into homesharing

Marriott is pushing more heavily into home-sharing, confident that its combination of luxury properties and loyalty points can lure travellers away from rivals like Airbnb.The world’s biggest hotel company will soon start taking reservations through its website for 2,000 homes in 100 markets in the U.S., Europe and Latin America. It plans to expand its Homes and Villas program to other locations.For its part, Airbnb is encroaching further into hotels. On Monday, the San Francisco-based company said it’s working with a New York real estate developer to establish a hotel with 200 suites in Rockefeller Plaza in Manhattan. Airbnb, which plans to go public but hasn’t made clear when, also acquired Hotel Tonight, a last-minute booking service, in March.Marriott is targeting families and groups, and the homes skew toward luxury, with prices ranging from $200 per night for a one-bedroom apartment to $10,000 for a full Scottish castle. Nearly 40 of the markets are in places where Marriott doesn’t currently have hotels, like Bar Harbor, Maine and Bordeaux, France.Marriott is a long way from matching home-sharing behemoths like Airbnb, which boasts 6 million listings worldwide, or, which has listings in 220 countries. The homes in its program aren’t even exclusive Marriott properties. Marriott is partnering with rental management companies to handle the maintenance and cleaning.But Marriott believes it has advantages. Unlike its home-sharing rivals, it has a loyalty program that lets travellers earn and use points on its hotels and homes. Business travellers can accumulate points at Courtyard hotels, for example, and use them for a week at a beach house. Airbnb is working on a loyalty program of its own, but the rollout has been delayed.Marriott says it also guarantees hotel-like standards that are often missing in home-sharing, such as Wi-Fi, crisp white sheets, bath amenities, baby cribs and smoke alarms. Airbnb has tried to tackle that problem with user reviews and its Plus program, which highlights rentals that meet higher quality standards. But the sheer volume of properties makes it difficult to police them all.“One of the challenges you see with home-sharing is there’s too much inventory without quality filters or brand assurances,” says Stephanie Linnartz, Marriott’s global chief commercial officer. “There’s inconsistency across the brand experience.”Hotels have struggled to determine the right path into the home-sharing market. Hyatt invested in Oasis, a luxury home-sharing site, in 2017, but said the company was struggling to grow because of regulatory hurdles. The companies parted ways last year.AccorHotels bought home-sharing site Onefinestay in 2016 but has struggled to make money on it. Choice Hotels, like Marriott, partnered with property management company RedAwning and gets a cut of every property booked.For now, the home-sharing unit won’t be material to Marriott’s earnings, Linnartz said.Marriott’s move is an acknowledgment that home-sharing — which has boomed in the last decade since Airbnb’s founding — has fundamentally changed guests’ expectations. People may be satisfied with a cookie-cutter hotel for a business trip or a soccer tournament, but sometimes they want something unique and memorable, Linnartz said.Marriott began testing home-sharing with 200 homes in London last year, and later expanded it to several other cities in Europe. The company found that most of its home-sharing guests were leisure travellers and they stayed an average of 5.1 nights, or double the length of a traditional hotel stay.Marriott’s research also showed that 30% of its customers had stayed in a shared home in the last year.“When they were doing that, they weren’t staying at an offering from us,” Linnartz told The Associated Press. “This is a gap we want to close.”Dee-Ann Durbin, The Associated Press read more

NY judge Hollywood film about Deep Throat porn star does not violate

NEW YORK, N.Y. – A Manhattan judge has found a lot of differences between the porn classic “Deep Throat” and last year’s Hollywood-produced biography of the world’s first major porn star.U.S. District Judge Thomas Griesa tossed out a lawsuit brought by Arrow Productions Limited against the Weinstein Co. and other defendants in a written decision that was publicly released Tuesday.The judge said he decided after reviewing both films that the makers of the Hollywood film did not copy the core of “Deep Throat,” which came out in 1972. He said “Deep Throat” is a pornographic film focusing on one type of sex act while “Lovelace” is a critical, biographical film which contains no pornographic scenes or nudity.In Monday’s decision, Griesa described “Deep Throat” as a “famous pornographic film replete with explicit sexual scenes and sophomoric humour” while he said “Lovelace” documents the tragic life of Linda Lovelace, whose real name was Linda Boreman.The lawsuit attempted to prevent the distribution of “Lovelace” when it was released last year, but Griesa did not allow it.The judge said the reproduction in “Lovelace” of three scenes from “Deep Throat” was transformative, adding “a new, critical perspective on the life of Linda Lovelace and the production of “Deep Throat.”Attorney Evan Mandel said Arrow Productions was reviewing the decision and considering an appeal. Lawyers for the defendants did not immediately return requests for comment.Although “Deep Throat,” which cost less than $50,000 to make, grossed anywhere from $100 million to $600 million, its star actress only ever collected her salary of $1,250. She later wrote an account of her experiences entitled “Ordeal” and promoted anti-pornography and women’s causes until her 2002 death in a car accident. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NY judge: Hollywood film about ‘Deep Throat’ porn star does not violate skin flick’s copyright by Larry Neumeister, The Associated Press Posted Aug 26, 2014 4:42 pm MDT read more

September new car market puts 2002 on track for record year

January to September new car market rose 5.1 per cent to 2,063,236 unitsDiesel car sales soared 24.4 per cent to 99,601 units in SeptemberSeptember new car market dipped 2.4 per cent, from 443,265 to 432,661 units Commenting on the figures, SMMT chief executive Christopher Macgowan said, ‘ New car sales have been strong throughout 2002 and last month was no exception. September’s market came close to matching last year’s record total which means we are well on course to smash the 2001 year-end record. The UK has now firmly established itself as the second largest car market in Europe, with 2002 on course to break the 2.5 million mark for the first time.’DownloadClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)

No request for Ombudsman investigation from Oireachtas

first_imgWe haven’t received anything as yet, but if and when we do, then it will be considered. As of now, we don’t know what that will be, so we will have to play it by ear.Garda Commisioner Martin Callinan confirmed last week that a file will be sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) in relation to an alleged fraud, arising from the investigation into the cancelling of penalty points by members of An Garda Síochana.Read: Greater protection for whistleblowers after penalty points furoreRead: Communications between Callinan and Shatter are ‘of a confidential nature’ THE OIREACHTAS COMMITTEE on Justice is seeking legal advice on the penalty points controversy, but has not asked the Garda Ombudsman Commission to investigate, a spokesman has said.Reports today claimed that the committee, which met in private yesterday, had referred a report on whistleblower allegations that gardai had inappropriately cancelled penalty points  to the commission, but a spokesman for the committee said that no such step had been taken.“No decisions or actions have been taken at this point,” said Ciaran Brennan, spokesman for the Joint Oireachtas Committee.“The committee is currently getting legal advice into what options it can consider, but no decision has been made at the minute,” added Brennan.A spokesperson for the Garda Ombudsman Commission confirmed that nothing had been forwarded, telling read more

Victor Joseph reelected as President of Tanana Chiefs Conference

first_imgVictor Joseph will serve a second term as President of the Tanana Chiefs Conference. Joseph was elected to remain head of the interior tribal organization for another 3 years during voting Thursday (March 16), as the TCC annual convention wrapped up in Fairbanks. In accepting his second term Joseph pledged to continue working on key issues.Listen now”More job opportunities,” Joseph started. “More opportunities for your kids. The survival of your communities. Better education. Needing that so that your communities will thrive. And we can stop the trend of out migration.”Joseph thanked TCC and his challenger PJ Simon of Allakakaket.Simon, who will remain TCC’s secretary treasurer, said he’s considering running for the state legislature.last_img

UK PM hopeful Jeremy Hunt reveals his naughtiest time in India

first_imgLONDON: UK foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt, who is going head to head with Boris Johnson in Britain’s prime ministerial race, on Monday revealed his naughtiest act took place during a backpacking tour of India when he had some ‘bhang’ lassi. The candidates to replace Theresa May as the next British Prime Minister face the Conservative party’s 160,000 members in a postal ballot to decide between Hunt and Johnson and the contest is getting increasingly heated between the contenders. Also Read – Shahid Afridi joins ‘Kashmir Hour’ in military uniform Advertise With Us “When I was backpacking through India, I once had a bhang lassi, which is a kind of cannabis lassi, that’s the naughtiest thing I am prepared to confess to on this programme,” Hunt said on a television interview when asked about his naughtiest act. Hunt, who challenged Johnson to engage in more open debates with him, said it was important for both candidates to lay out their agenda clearly. Also Read – EAM Jaishankar calls on European Parliament President David Sassoli Advertise With Us “On the question of debates, he is being a coward. It is cowardice not to appear in head-to-head debates,” he said in reference to Johnson turning down a debate planned by Sky TV in the UK. “People need to know what you are going to do and you need to answer those questions. I promise Boris Johnson the fight of his life and he is going to have that and he is going to lose,” he added. Advertise With Us Meanwhile, Johnson has been under pressure to answer questions about a row with his girlfriend last week, which led to police being called to his London home. The Metropolitan Police has said it will not be taking any further action over the incident and his team insists the issue is of no relevance to the PM race. Indian-origin former UK Cabinet minister Priti Patel, a supporter of Johnson, attacked a recording of the argument being made by neighbours and then given to the ‘Guardian’ newspaper. She branded it a “politically-motivated series of attacks” against the frontrunner in the race. “That is not the type of behaviour that you’d expect in our country, that’s the type of behaviour associated with the old Eastern bloc,” she added. Next month Conservative Party members around the UK will choose the next leader of the Tory Party, who will be the next Prime Minister. Members will receive their ballots between July 6 and 8, with the new leader expected to be announced in the week beginning July 22.last_img read more

Colin McGregorMayweather press conferences will be better than the fight Video

first_imgFloyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor have offically confirmed their highly anticipated boxing match that has been rumored for the better part of a year. The fight will almost surely shatter all existing pay-per-view records and make both fighters a ton of cash, but will the actual fight be any good?Colin doesn’t think so, primarily because in order to make it happen, McGregor had to surrender any tactical advantage he might have by agreeing to a straight boxing match. He agreed to these concessions because he’s getting a massive stack of cash. You can’t blame him.It’s like Steph Curry agreeing to a Slam Dunk contest against LeBron James. Both are big names, but you don’t need a crystal ball to predict how it would end. The same applies to McGregor and Mayweather in a boxing match. If you’re essentially agreeing to get embarrassed, you should it least get paid.Vegas is giving McGregor a 14% chance to win the fight. Colin thinks that’s charitable. Enjoy the press conferences leading up to the fight because they’ll be better than the fight itself.“It’s a sanctioned payday. It’s Evel Knieval with no chance of crashing.”last_img read more

Elon Musks Boring Co flamethrower is real 500 and up for

first_imgSo that flamethrower that Elon Musk teased The Boring Company would start selling after it ran out of its 50,000 hats? Yeah, it’s real – and you can pre-order one now if you want need a ridiculous way to spend $500.Musk revealed the flamethrower on Saturday, after some digging tipped its existence late last week. The Boring Company Flamethrower is functional, too, as you can see from this Instagram featuring some Boring Co. staff, presumably well safety trained, firing off two of the things IRL. Marketing copy for the flamethrower includes a “guarantee” that it will “liven up any party,” and a proclamation that it’s “world’s safest flamethrower,” in case you were concerned (you probably are not, if you’re ordering a flamethrower on the internet). The $500 fee doesn’t include taxes and shipping, which are added at checkout, and the initial shipments will come out in spring.There’s also a disclaimer about international shipping incurring extra fees (and maybe seizure at the border?) plus, buyers will be required to review and accept a terms and conditions document prior to getting their flamethrower in the mail. Say hello to my little friend …A post shared by Elon Musk (@elonmusk) on Jan 27, 2018 at 4:42pm PST Musk’s Boring Company is literally a company focused on tunnel boring, but it seems like it’ll be a while before it has revenue or significant results (even if it’s already digging test tunnels). To fund the project until then, selling weird stuff with the company’s logo to Muskheads everywhere seems like a decent plan. Even if it contributes negatively to the sum total of working flamethrowers existing in the world. Great for roasting nuts 🔥 🥜A post shared by Elon Musk (@elonmusk) on Jan 27, 2018 at 4:53pm PST The Boring Co. also sells a fire extinguisher, because they know how to make an upsell with specific relevance, and it’s $30, which they fully admit is more than you’d pay elsewhere. But it has a sticker. There’s not even a picture, so it probably doesn’t look all that impressive. Don’t do this. Also, I want to be clear that a flamethrower is a super terrible idea. Definitely don’t buy one.A post shared by Elon Musk (@elonmusk) on Jan 27, 2018 at 5:29pm PSTlast_img read more

ASTRO Urges Lawmakers to Maintain Healthcare Access for Vulnerable Patients

first_img News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:33Loaded: 2.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:33 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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News | Radiation Therapy | August 16, 2019 Drug Accelerates Blood System’s Recovery After Radiation, Chemotherapy A drug developed by UCLA physician-scientists and chemists speeds up the regeneration of mouse and human blood stem… read more News | Proton Therapy | August 08, 2019 MD Anderson to Expand Proton Therapy Center The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center unveiled plans to expand its Proton Therapy Center during a… read more Related Content February 3, 2017 — As the new Congress and administration wrestle with policy decisions on the provision of high-quality, affordable health coverage, the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) urges policymakers to prioritize reforms that avoid disruption in coverage and care. Patients fighting cancer should not have to battle for insurance while they battle for their lives, the association said.Studies have demonstrated that a lack of health insurance leads to delayed diagnosis and treatment, resulting in higher mortality and more invasive treatments. ASTRO strongly supports bipartisan solutions that preserve the ban on pre-existing condition limitations and eliminate annual and lifetime caps on coverage. These protections, coupled with guaranteed renewability, benefit families across the country by preventing patients from losing their health insurance or not being approved for coverage following a cancer diagnosis, according to ASTRO.“Nearly 1.7 million people will be diagnosed with cancer this year, and more than half of those patients will receive radiation therapy. Limiting access to insurance for this vulnerable population will limit their access to the treatments they both need and deserve,” said David C. Beyer, M.D., FASTRO, chair of ASTRO’s Board of Directors. “Moreover, health insurance limitations will add a financial burden to these patients during a time when they should be focusing on their own survival.”ASTRO, whose members include nearly all practicing radiation oncologists in the United States, issued a letter to Congressional leadership this week to recommend that the following patient-centered principles should guide lawmakers’ healthcare reform discussions and decisions. Any future healthcare legislation should:Maintain bans on pre-existing condition exclusions and annual and lifetime limit caps;Preserve guaranteed issue and guaranteed renewability;Prohibit cost-shifting to cancer patients and providers to cover uncompensated or underfunded care;Provide sufficient funds for public health, preventive services and patient navigator services for cancer patients;Simplify burdensome systems to reduce costs, create a more efficient system and maximize funding for healthcare services;Ensure that patient safety and quality programs improve quality and enhance the doctor/patient relationship and are meaningful to patients and physicians alike;Provide access to specialty care, provider choice and the range of services that cancer patients need;Safeguard access to evidence-based cancer screening and prevention programs; andInclude health plans that provide useful, understandable information about health plan options, physician specialist networks and transparent provider network participation criteria.“Protecting access to insurance saves lives,” said Beyer. “ASTRO’s hope is that Congress and the new administration will uphold their commitment to cancer patients and their families by making sure they have the means necessary to fight their disease.”For more information: FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Following radiation, the bone marrow shows nearly complete loss of blood cells in mice (left). Mice treated with the PTP-sigma inhibitor displayed rapid recovery of blood cells (purple, right). Credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/Nature Communications News | Proton Therapy | August 06, 2019 IBA Signs Contract to Install Proton Therapy Center in Kansas IBA (Ion Beam Applications S.A.) recently signed a contract and received the first payment for a Proteus One solution… read more center_img News | Radiation Therapy | August 02, 2019 Varian Showcases Cancer Care Systems and Software at AAPM 2019 Varian showcased systems and software from its cancer care portfolio, including the Identify Guidance System, at the… read more News | Radiation Therapy | February 03, 2017 ASTRO Urges Lawmakers to Maintain Healthcare Access for Vulnerable Patients Medical specialty society outlines principles of patient-centered healthcare reform and emphasizes importance of protecting patient populations Videos | Radiology Business | August 02, 2019 VIDEO: Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019 Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) President … read more The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July.  Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 07, 2019 Qfix kVue One Proton Couch Top Validated by Mevion Medical Systems Qfix and Mevion Medical Systems announced that a special version of the kVue One Proton couch top is now both validated… read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more last_img read more

Sydney on show to warm winter months

first_imgTake in Sydney’s breathtaking views with a glass of wine or cocktail this winterSource: Tourism NSW Tourism NSW has put together a new campaign highlighting Sydney’s food, wine, fashion and culture to attract more visitors to the city during the cooler months.Tourism NSW executive director Lyndel Gray said the campaigns goal is to place Sydney as the leading destination for short stays and holidays during the winter months.“Sydney welcomes almost 10 million overnight visitors each year who inject AUD10billion into the NSW economy, we need to keep Sydney high on the list as a destination of choice for Australians all year round,” Ms Gray said.Ms Gray said the campaign will be displaying the city’s unique food and wine, world class fashion and shopping, arts and cultural experiences with a string of television commercials featuring well know celebrities which include Masterchef’s Matt Moran and Neil Perry. Along with commercials there will be a series of print and digital advertising to promote travel to Sydney to key markets including Melbourne, South East Queensland, Regional NSW and the ACT.“We want Sydneysiders to become advocates for their own city and to help increase awareness of Sydney’s amazing variety of tourism precincts,” “There are also some special deals, including two for one across dozens of attractions and restaurants and some great value for money accommodation offers and packages,” Ms Gray said.Ms Gray said although Sydney’s great diversity keeps arrival numbers strong it is important we inform people what they can expect from this amazing city during this winter. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: S.P.last_img read more

September 26 2018

first_imgSeptember 26 , 2018 “It will certainly add capacity. Perfection Fresh are the marketer of the Calypso brand so I think we’d expect to see an increased focus on markets that require VHT for the Calypso program this year, in China and South Korea for example,” Gray says.The Brisbane facility is now the third of its kind for mango VHT in the country, adding to Manbulloo’s facility in Ayr and Diamond Star’s in Mareeba.”Both of those facilities will continue to be exporting into Japan, South Korea and China this year. But this is another step up with extra capacity,” he says.Continued education in the US marketWhat Australia’s mangoes lack in volume they’ve made up for in appeal for U.S. consumers due to their unique flavor and appearance compared to more common varieties in the market.”The Australian industry will be supplying fruit across to the American market from both the Northern Territory and Queensland again this year across all of the main varieties, and particularly targeting California and Texas,” says Gray.”In relation to the total supply into the US, it’s a very targeted niche marketing program from Australia targeting the very top-end retail outlets with high quality but expensive mangoes by the time they get through all of the processes of achieving the protocols and air-freighting them from Australia to the U.S.”I would not expect the first shipments to happen until well into October I would think when the real volumes start to come through in the Northern Territory, then through November, December and January.”The U.S. program will continue to be restricted to just a couple of U.S. importers in order to maintain quality standards, and work will continue in educating retailers not just about the Australian varieties themselves, but also the safety of the irradiation processes in the protocol.”To be honest a large feedback from U.S. retailers has been that a whole range of them initially haven’t wanted to run any Australian mangoes because of that particular issue, and we’ve had to work really hard with them to educate them on that process that it isn’t a risk,” Gray says.”We’ve gone through retailer by retailer to allay their fears. That’s been part of our marketing strategy, educating people about what irradiation is and why it’s important.”Preliminary crop forecastGray and his colleagues at the AMIA have now done both their pre-season meetings in the Northern Territory and North Queensland, having traversed farms over the past five weeks in Kununurra, Katherine, Darwin, Bowen, Ayr and Mareeba.The verdict is that the Northern Territory might be down somewhat, but a larger crop out of Queensland means the total industry should be in for another bumper crop; perhaps slightly down on last year’s record harvest.”There’s been a mixed flowering, so for example multiple flowerings in each of the regions from early, mid to late. Basically every tree has flowered 100%,” he says.”This year we’ve got some trees flowered in week 1, some flowered in week 4, some flowered in week 12, as an example. Even on the same tree.”This may be positive for the industry, as if all the flowerings occur at the same time in a particular region you get big spikes. With more a varied timing of flowering the season can be spread out a little bit more.However, fruit drop may be an issue in some areas. “There’s a lot of little fruit hanging on trees right across the country at the moment. There is a concern on some of those sets that the fruit has set at a time when temperatures were quite cool and haven’t pollinated properly.He says that if pollination conditions are either too hot or too cold, the pollen doesn’t germinate properly in the flower and a viable seed isn’t formed. If that fruit grows up to a certain point without a seed in it, the tree will abort the fruit.”For a lot of the crop, particularly a lot of the Queensland crop, we haven’t gotten to that point yet,” says Gray.”We were certainly seeing in Bowen a lot of fruit drop happening while we were there, but this sort of thing happens every year.”Gray says last year’s large crop was definitely the result of increased plantings of Calypsos, Honey Golds and R2E2’s coming into maturity, but this year the driver could be a bit different.”What we’re expecting this year is quite a lot of the KP (Kensington Pride) trees in Mareeba in particular didn’t have a big crop last year, but are shaping up to being a better crop this year,” he says.”So we’re expecting to at least hold what we did last year across most of the regions, and being up a bit in Mareeba and maybe back a little bit in the Northern Territory just based on the fact of this multiple flowering is meaning not all flowerings are converting to fruit.”But it’s still early days. At this stage we’re still looking at having a bumper season.”Photo: Aussie Mangoes, via Facebook You might also be interested in ‘World’s first’ automatic mango harvester develope … Australian table grape season in China “outstandin … center_img Australia expects bumper avocado crop, plans expor … AUS: Govt to penalize welfare recipients who turn … Mango farmers in Australia’s Top End have drastically cut their export supply chain into Asia thanks to new direct flights from Darwin to Hong Kong, and speculation is in the air that their peers in Cairns might do the same.NT Airports head of aviation development Matthew Finlay tells Fresh Fruit Portal the first shipments with Qantas were sent on August 26 and they have been taking place every Sunday since.”They might pick a day or so earlier than that to ensure they have the right volumes ready for the consumers who are ultimately purchasing the product, and the good news is it can go straight onto the aircraft on the Sunday and be in the supermarkets or the shops in Hong Kong on Monday or Tuesday,” Finlay says.”You have an airplane virtually flying over Darwin to get to Hong Kong from Sydney, so the question with Qantas in this case was could you literally drop in on Darwin to uplift the tonnage that is available for export markets?”In partnership with the Northern Territory Government and other stakeholders, we were able to gather together the information necessary for Qantas to understand the market potential that exists.”He adds the process has been lengthy but advocates involved have now been rewarded.Michael Daysh, agribusiness market development officer at the NT Department of Primary Industry and Resources, says the feedback has been good so far.”We understand initial shipments that went to a Hong Kong supermarket, as well as Fruit Logistica, were well received and the customer placed repeat orders,” says Daysh.”We are working with other agri-food producers such as melons and seafood but it’s early days,” he adds.Australian Mango Industry Association (AMIA) chief executive Robert Gray mentions air-freight mango shipments have occurred in the past from Darwin to Hong Kong, but only with commercial passenger airlines.”They haven’t been the wide-bodied flights either that allow you to put pallets of fruit underneath. This is the first year that there’s been this designated freight service,” he says.The new service cuts out thousands of kilometers needed to move fruit from north to south and back again en route to Asia. “Otherwise you’re having to track it all the way to Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne and then fly it from there,” he says.”There’s been some talk about doing something similar into Cairns [near North Queensland growing regions] when the Queensland season starts. “My understanding is it’s really a matter of tonnage – if you can commit to enough tonnage, Qantas will divert this service so it takes off in Melbourne or Sydney and will call in at a number of stops so long as there’s enough product to pick up.”Daysh emphasizes the new freighter deal is part of a suite of initiatives the government and industry have been working on to develop market opportunities for the Australian mango industry.Other projects include continued technical support for the development of the U.S. market, “the largest mango market in the world”, and assisting the industry in getting improved maximum residue limits for the widely used fungicide fludioxonil.But a big one is working with Darwin International Airport on its plans to establish an airfreight hub with capacity for vapor heat treatment (VHT), a protocol requirement for markets including China and South Korea.”This will be a key piece of infrastructure for the mango industry in coming years,” he says. Finlay is excited by the prospect of VHT capabilities in Darwin and claims the process is currently underway to get federal funding to build the facility.”What’s more interesting I think for the overall opportunity for Darwin and the Top End is Donghai Airlines has recently started passenger services from Shenzhen to Darwin,” says Finlay, adding the flight only takes about five hours and 20 minutes. “The Donghai Airlines services is a passenger service so they have been taking agricultural product direct to Shenzhen. By the end of July I think they’d taken a sum total of 15 [metric] tons (MT), and so that’s a pretty good outcome. “Most of it is export – there’s very little import coming into Darwin. I think there’s about 3MT.”He says none of that agricultural cargo bound for Shenzhen has included mangoes, but the industry can look forward for that to change in the future.On the topic of VHT, Gray says Perfection Fresh has built a new facility in Brisbane that will be able to carry out the treatment.last_img read more

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" The Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office, The two heads, at one point,C. and Silicon Valley trying to prevent a repeat of the infiltration of the 2016 presidential electionRead more from Yahoo News:The National Film and Video Censors Board has said Nigeria has what it takes to host Big Brother Naija in the country Executive Director of the Censors Board Adedayo Thomas made this known in an interview with Punch Thomas complained that the show makes “a lot of money” from Nigerians yet complained of lack of infrastructure in the country He said: “If it is Big Brother Africa they can host that anywhere; but the one for Nigeria should be hosted in Nigeria “Nigeria has what it takes to host the show; after all there are many multinational/telecommunication companies hitherto operating hitch-free in the country “If the organisers are talking about lack of available infrastructure as an excuse then how is MTN operating successfully 24/7 in this same country “If MTN a similar South African company has been surviving in this country then I don’t think anybody has an excuse for not hosting BBNaija in Nigeria “They are making a lot of money from Nigerians here so we want them to host it here” He further spoke on the airing of adult content on the show He added: “A couple of the scenes are adult content and that is where parental guidance comes in “Parents can always block the watching of some scenes within a particular period or in totality “It is not government’s responsibility to assume the parental roles of moral upbringing of children in their homes””_____About “Bots & Ballots”: In the digital era,上海贵族宝贝Jaeden, In announcing the agricultural bailout last week,爱上海Claudette, What was his confession? The process would take several steps,贵族宝贝Decarlos,On Tuesday, How is that fair?

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Knight Foundation has awarded the grant to a Grand Forks applicant, a ballot measure that’s under review by the Supreme Court at the time the ballot is being prepared must be placed on the ballot, "I think they have been handling the migration crisis in an inhumane manner . The impact of an unhealthy work-life balance makes itself felt on productivity in the workplace At the other end That update would result in a $1 harvest was up 6 percentThe South Florida families of pilots fatally shot down by Cuba in 1996 are speaking out against the Wednesday release of three members of the convicted spies known as the "Cuban Five" in a prisoner swap among them one who had been convicted of conspiracy to commit murder over the shootdown “For the only person that we had responsible for what happened to be let go its a slap in the face to my dad” Marlene Alejandre-Triana said at a news conference Alejandre-Triana’s father Armando Alejandre a Vietnam veteran was one of four pilots killed when Cuban MiGs shot down their two small private planes in February 1996 in international waters… Read the rest of the story from our partners at NBC News Contact us at editors@timecomFifty-six companies face sanctions for their role in causing the thick haze that has blanketed much of Indonesia and Southeast Asia in late 2015 the BBC reports Most of the companies involved are pulpwood plantations in Indonesia’s Sumatra and Kalimantan Their illegal slash-and-burn farming methods are largely to blame for the pollution that has plagued the region writes the Straits Times In an unprecedented move the Indonesian government will either revoke or freeze company licenses if they are found to be directly involved Three companies implicated in starting forest fires have already had their licenses revoked causing them to permanently shut down reports Agence France-Presse (AFP) “We have sanctioned 23 companies in total ranging from administrative sanctions to license revocation while 33 others are still in the process they could have their licenses revoked too if they are found guilty” Environment Ministry official Kemal Amas told AFP While the thick haze caused by forest fires is not uncommon in Southeast Asia it was particularly bad in 2015 [BBC AFP] Contact us at editors@timecom According to him.

for the first time, And in those roles, a young black man, In the days following the shooting, bettering the eight of Robbie Fowler from the same number of games. Hillsboro,It was meant to be different from the secularism of the Congress which was criticised for being pro-Muslim and a vote bank politics. The deal will add the Ann Taylor and LOFT brands to Ascena Retail’s fleet of stores, “Mr. Fortunately.

one selfie with the white walkers and we run back! #GameOfThrones Errol Nicdao (@Air_Roll_Nicdao) August 14 2017 Did #GameOfThrones jst show us how a group of ppl with different opinions from different cultures can come 2gether to fight a common enemy pictwittercom/loVEraeiLx Shannon Pynn (@srpynn) August 14 2017 Write to Raisa Bruner at raisabruner@timecomAffluent people have more resources available to them and their status might suggest theyve made smart decisions about money But a recent study finds that people who aren’t rich may actually make wiser decisions when it comes to their relationships with friends family and co-workers The research published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B examined the link between class and reasoning in two experiments: an online survey of 2145 people from across the United States and in-person interviews with almost 300 residents of one county in Michigan Both groups included people from varying economic backgrounds from the nonworking poor to the middle- or upper-class People in the study were asked to recall recent experiences from their lives or to consider hypothetical situations that involved friends or coworkers They also answered questions designed to determine how much they engaged in each of the five aspects of what the researchers called "wise reasoning style" People with wise reasoning style recognize the limits of their own knowledge (known as intellectual humility); recognize that the world is in flux and that situations can unfold in multiple ways; look at things from an outsiders viewpoint; recognize the other sides perspective in an argument; and search for ways to compromise and resolve conflicts The researches found that people in a higher social class "consistently related to lower levels of wise reasoning" the authors wrote in their paper The results were consistent across different regions of the United States and occurred regardless of peoples IQ age gender and personality differences in agreeableness openness to new experiences and consideration of others emotions TIME Health Newsletter Get the latest health and science news plus: burning questions and expert tips View Sample Sign Up Now The findings suggest that higher social class "weighs individuals down" by undermining their ability to reason wisely the study authors wrote in their paper "The rich may have the affordances that provide the foundation for higher education and potential for wealth" lead author Igor Grossman associate professor of psychology at the University of Waterloo told TIME by email "but they may have less of the affordances that teach themor force themto reason wisely about interpersonal conflicts" Other research has suggested that wealthier people are more narcissistic and get more happiness out of their own accomplishments than from their relationships with others The same type of independent mindset "may enable them to more likely shrug off their interpersonal conflicts and reason less wisely" says Grossman A person’s ability to relate well to others also seems to depend on the status of people nearby A rich person in a low-status positioncompared to his or her boss for examplemay be just as wise as a lower-class person Grossman says "There is research on how experimental manipulations of power and status change your perception of reality" he says "including feeling of entitlement" MORE: TIME’s Guide To Happiness The new research only found class differences in reasoning around interpersonal conflicts and Grossman stresses that the findings dont necessarily translate to decision-making around finances careers or other areas of life Hes also not suggesting that being "wise" has much to do with why a person is rich or poor "In our view this has more to do with the social structure and lack of social mobility in the United States rather than their ability to reason about interpersonal affairs" he says What the study does suggest he adds is that people who want to be wiser should strive for a more interdependent mindset "Take a third-person perspective and the perspective of the other person in the situation" he says "Understand that situations and perspectives can change in time and the importance of collaborating and cooperating to maintain long-term relationships" Contact us at editors@timecomCorrection appended Former Florida Gov Jeb Bushs statement Thursday that he would not rule out resuming the use of enhanced interrogation techniques was as interesting for what he said as what he didnt The Republican presidential candidate told a group of Iowa Republicans that he wasn’t sure whether he’d repeal an executive order banning certain interrogation techniques signed by President Obama "I dont want to make a definitive blanket kind of statement this is something Im not struggling with" Bush said "Im running for president Im not running for the Senate or running for governor When youre president your words matter and Im cautious about making commitments without having all the facts because this is a serious one" Bush’s position is not all that out of step with his Republican rivals Many in the 2016 field have a similar view: They aren’t enthusiastic about torture and probably wouldn’t use techniques like waterboarding on people suspected of terrorism but they don’t want to say exactly what they would and wouldn’t do The position boils down to three words: Just trust us Take South Carolina Sen Lindsey Graham In June he bucked his political twin Sen John McCain of Arizona and voted against a measure that would categorically ban torture The hawkish Graham said he opposed torture of course but was against publicly telling Americas enemies what they would face if caught It was a rare split with McCain who was tortured as a Vietnam POW and has been among the most ardent opponents of any form of abuse toward prisoners Or consider Florida Sen Marco Rubio The Florida Republican missed that vote on torture but later said he would have cast his ballot against it “I do not support telegraphing to the enemy what interrogation techniques we will or won’t use and denying future commanders in chief and intelligence officials important tools for protecting the American people and the US homeland" he said in a statement at the time And during last weeks debate retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson won applause for this answer to a question about waterboarding: "You know what we do in order to get the information that we need is our business and I wouldnt necessarily be broadcasting what were going to do" To be sure there are those who remain steadfast in their opposition to torture which began as President George W Bush was prosecuting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and hunting al-Qaeda leaders who plotted the Sept 11 2001 terrorist attacks Sens Rand Paul of Kentucky and Ted Cruz of Texas both voted for the torture ban earlier this summer “Torture is wrong unambiguously” Cruz said at the time Republican voters are much less critical of the tactics A national poll by the Pew Research Center from December showed that more than three-fourths of Republicans say the CIA’s post-9/11 interrogation techniques were justified compared to only 37 percent of Democrats and roughly half of independents In 2012 foreign policy advisers to Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney recommended that he overturn Obama’s executive order and resume the interrogation program in a private memo while Romney said he did not believe that waterboarding in which suspects are made to feel as though they are drowning was a form of torture The 2016 field is more publicly ambivalent about endorsing torture techniques but it’s not clear yet what that would mean if they move into the Oval Office in 2017 Correction: This article originally cited a report that misquoted Bushs remarks about struggling with torture He said it was not an issue he was struggling with Write to Philip Elliott at philipelliott@timecomWarning: This post contains spoilers for Game of Thrones From defeating the Waif to feeding Walder Frey a pie made out of his own sons Arya Stark has had some memorable moments on Game of Thrones But according to Maisie Williamswho plays the young faceless assasina scene from the show’s forthcoming eighth and final season may be her character’s best yet In an interview with The Guardian that was published on Wednesday Williams shared her thoughts on the very last sequence she shot for Game of Thrones even going so far as to describe it as “beautiful” “I ended on the perfect scene” she said “I was aloneshocker Aryas always bloody alone But I was alone and I had watched a lot of other people wrap I knew the drill I had seen the tears and heard the speeches" Williams went on to explain why those final minutes on set were so special to her "It wasnt something I planned” she said of her wrap speech “But in that moment I realised what the show meant to me” Write to Megan McCluskey at meganmccluskey@timeinccom Ocean’s… Seven? creating a 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The new Superfly isnt a great work of artistry or of cheap thrillsits so in between its practically bourgeoisbut in the swagger department, 23 percent graduate in four years, but a dynamic cognitive motivational system. According to their theory those lacking hope typically adopt performance goals and choose easy tasks that dont offer a challenge or opportunity for growth When they fail they quit They act helpless and feel a lack of control over their environment So what should you do if youre not too hopeful 2 things: have a "growth mindset" and use "optimistic self-talk" Angela says these two lead to perseverance over adversity A growth mindset is the attitude that your abilities arent fixed Dont focus on innate talent Believe you can get smarter and better at anything if you work hard And optimistic self-talk is as simple as telling yourself "I can do it" when things get difficult In fact the US military has taught this to recruits in order to increase their grit (To learn how to develop a growth mindset click here) So those are the big 4 ways you can develop grit. was the prospective cadets ratings on a noncognitive," Just up the road in Tottenham, Repair cafes, thinks it is "fair to say" that the adults appear to have their noses in their phones just as much as their 13- to 18-year-olds. 2014.” Chairman of the party in the state, Why did the governor know those persons as criminals as he claimed and never did anything since he came into office over 2 years ago?

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