VICTORIA COUNTY: Highway 105 Highway 105, from Exit 11 west for about 3.2 kilometres and from the Inverness County line east for about 3.2 kilometres will be reduced to one lane for paving until Friday, July 18. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. Local Area Office: 902-674-2146 Fax: 902-674-2170 -30- Local Area Office: 902-798-6889 Fax: 902-798-2927 HANTS COUNTY: Bog Road Overpass Highway 101 at the Bog Road Overpass will have a temporary detour between the Ben Jackson Intersection and Exit 8 at Hantsport for about 150 to 200 metres. Signs and barricades are in place. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Bhopal: While pre-monsoon showers continued to lash parts of Madhya Pradesh Thursday, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted rains accompanied by thunder and gusty winds at several places in the state over the next 24 hours. Talking to PTI, IMD’s Bhopal office duty officer, R R Tripathi, said pre-monsoon showers were experienced at several places in Gwalior division as well as in Bhind and Sehore districts in the last 24 hours. “Rains accompanied with thunder and gusty winds are likely to lash a few places in Sagar, Rewa, and Shahdol divisions over the next 24 hours. Similar situation may also be witnessed at isolated places of Jabalpur, Hoshangabad, Indore, Ujjain divisions,” he said. Tripathi said monsoon may hit the state by June 28.
Kolkata: Two people were arrested here for illegal betting in the cricket World Cup 2019 match between India and West Indies, a Kolkata Police official said on Friday. “Acting on a tip off, a team of officials conducted raids in different parts of the city on Thursday night and arrested Md. Inam alias Guddu from Tantibagan Lane area for allegedly betting on the match,” Joint Commissioner of Kolkata Police (Crime) Praveen Tripathi said. Two mobile phones used for betting were also seized from him. “Further raids were conducted based on the accused’s statement and one more person, Rajkumar Shaw was arrested on the same charges from Topsia area,” Tripathi added. A desktop and mobile phones used by Shaw for betting have been seized.
The courts are in Maryland County, close to the once war-shattered nation’s border with Côte d’Ivoire, and were renovated by the UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) through its Quick Impact Projects Initiative.”Without the rule of law, social and economic development cannot be accomplished,” said Alan Doss, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative, said at a handover ceremony, urging the people of the County to respect and support the court’s work as well as to work closely with law enforcement agencies to prevent crime.Although Mr. Doss will soon be leaving his position, he stressed that UNMIL will not be leaving Liberia, which is rebuilding after a brutal 14-year civil war.The County’s Superintendent Sie-Teba Neufville thanked the Mission for its support to the Judiciary and appealed to Mr. Doss to continue to promote Liberia’s tourism, agriculture and mining potential.To date, UNMIL has constructed and rehabilitated nine courthouses, and work is ongoing on five others. The Mission has also renovated or constructed 24 police stations and seven correctional facilities throughout Liberia.UNMIL has also been facilitating the training of court officers and lawyers to serve as defense and prosecution attorneys to allow for the fair and prompt adjudication of cases across the country. 26 November 2007The top United Nations envoy to Liberia has handed over recently renovated Circuit and Magistrate’s courts in the southeast of the war-torn nation, underscoring the importance of the rule of law which he characterized as “the firmest pillar of good government.”
The Government placed a temporary ban on access to popular social media websites last week after social media was used to promote hate among Muslims and Buddhists, resulting in mob attacks on Muslim owned property in Kandy. A state of emergency is currently in place and the state of emergency was used to investigate social media accounts.The state of emergency was declared after violence broke out in parts of Kandy last week. Following the ban the authorities began to monitor social media and initiated action on those accused of spreading hate among communities. Radical monks led mobs to attack Muslim owned shops, homes and mosques in the Kandy area after a Sinhalese man attacked by a group of Muslim men last month had died in hospital. (Colombo Gazette) A teenager from a leading school in Colombo, who was arrested for spreading racial hatred on social media, has been remanded.The 18 year old has been remanded till March 26 by the Colombo Magistrates’ Court.
Fidelity’s money market funds sell off short-term US government debt on debt ceiling worries NEW YORK, N.Y. – The nation’s largest manager of money market mutual funds said Wednesday that it no longer holds any U.S. government debt that comes due around the time the nation could hit its borrowing limit.Money market portfolio managers at Fidelity Investments have been selling off their government debt holdings over the last couple of weeks, said Nancy Prior, president of Fidelity’s Money Market Group. While Fidelity expects the debt ceiling issue to be resolved, the Boston-based asset manager said it is taking steps to protect investors.Prior said that Fidelity no longer holds any U.S. debt that comes due in late October or early November, the window considered by many investors to be the most exposed if the government runs out of money and defaults on its obligations.“We expect Congress will take the steps necessary to avoid default, but in our position as money market managers we have to take precautionary measures,” Prior said.Fidelity, which manages $430 billion in money market mutual funds, has taken similar actions in the past. The most recent instance was in the summer of 2011, when the U.S. government came close to a default and Standard & Poor’s downgraded the nation’s credit rating, Prior said.She said Fidelity has been restructuring its portfolio to focus on securities that mature later this year or in early 2014. She said Fidelity has also moved a significant portion of its portfolio to cash.Money market funds are a significant part of the U.S. financial system, considered by investors as a safe place to put their money in the short-term. Individuals and institutional investors have roughly $2.685 trillion invested in money market funds, according to data from the Investment Company Institute.Money market funds are typically ultra-safe places to park money. They invest primarily in short-term debt that can be easily bought and sold, such as U.S. Treasurys or commercial paper, short-term debt issued by large companies to fund their day-to-day expenses. In a money market fund, investors expect to get back every dollar they invest.Fidelity’s actions underscore what traders have noticed the last week. Investors have dumped U.S. government debt that comes due this month, with the heaviest selling in one-month Treasury bills. The yield on the one-month T-bill jumped to 0.3 per cent Tuesday, its highest level since the 2008 financial crisis. The yield was nearly zero at the beginning of the month.Money market mutual fund managers don’t want to be caught holding U.S. government debt that comes due around the time the government hits the debt ceiling. They fear that the government could be unable to pay back bond holders, said Gabriel Mann at the Royal Bank of Scotland Group.“Investors are buying protection,” Mann said.A spokesman for Fidelity said it is unclear whether Fidelity holds any short-term U.S. government debt in any of its other mutual funds. Fidelity’s actions apply only to Fidelity’s money market portfolio. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Ken Sweet, The Associated Press Posted Oct 9, 2013 12:53 pm MDT
by Heather Scoffield, Ottawa Bureau Chief, The Canadian Press Posted Jun 30, 2017 2:30 pm MDT Last Updated Jul 1, 2017 at 5:40 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Mature, less mature and incremental: how federal politics touched us this week OTTAWA – There’s so much Canada-red and white on Parliament Hill that when the hundreds of thousands of bleary-eyed partygoers finally finish toasting the country’s 150th birthday this weekend, they will be seeing Ottawa awash in a pink haze.Viewing Canada through rose-coloured glasses was the tone of the week, as politicians repeatedly waxed poetic about the wonders of our history and the potential for our future.The stand-off between police and indigenous protesters on the Hill, on the other hand, was anything but poetic. Activists aiming to build a teepee on the grounds came nose-to-nose with tense Mounties on Wednesday night. The RCMP arrested a handful. But they eventually shared tobacco with the group and helped move the teepee to a more prominent spot.Government insiders had been bracing for demonstrations for months. But instead of the discord they feared would dominate Canada 150, there were weeks of discourse about reconciliation, culminating in Friday’s visit to the teepee by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire.It may be too early to declare a new, mature age of Crown-indigenous relations, but there’s no doubt the political conversation this week was more about searching for understanding than casting blame.There were also some political developments on economics, lumber and China that will touch many of us. Here are three:PAYING IT BACKThe mature conversation that avoids casting blame did not extend to Trudeau’s comments on the fiscal framework. In comments to wrap up the parliamentary session, the prime minister insisted that he was keeping his election promise to curtail deficits to $10 billion, and that any totals that run higher than that are the previous Conservative government’s fault.Conspicuous by its absence was a date for when balance would return to the budget.The Bank of Canada was more substantive. It has been sending increasingly loud messages that rock-bottom interest rates are nearing an end, and that Canadians carrying large amounts of household debt need to get ready.This week, governor Stephen Poloz said again that low interest rates had done their job in inoculating the economy against an oil price slump, and he pointed to strong growth in the first part of 2017.It has been seven years since the central bank raised its benchmark rate — a move that would prompt commercial lenders to move their own lending rates in lockstep, driving up the costs of carrying mortgages and credit card debt.LUMBERING TALKS ON LUMBERThe United States has stuck Canadian lumber exporters with a second batch of duties to pay when they sell their product south of the border, bringing the average payment to about 27 per cent — slightly lower than anticipated, but stiff all the same.The second round of duties inspired a second round of speculation in Ottawa.On economics: Will the payments break the back of some Canadian exporters or do they have enough stamina to withstand the measures until a lasting settlement is negotiated? Will the big sawmills survive as the little ones vanish?On politics: Did the U.S. lowball the duty to show Canada it was ready to negotiate? Did they lowball the duty so they could take more from Canada in the bigger NAFTA negotiations starting later this summer? Is Canada serious about a negotiated settlement, given the years the talks have languished and the long-gone opportunities for truce?The speculation was lost on lumber workers who fear immediate implications for their job security. Unifor, which represents 24,000 workers in the sector, figures duties sustained at that level would eventually lead to 25,000 lost jobs in Canada.CHINA, BIT BY BITCanada and China have signed an agreement to refrain from knowingly hacking each other’s trade and business secrets — a pact that cynics say isn’t worth much but that optimists consider a building block towards a far more robust trading relationship.Canada is eyeing China’s huge population as a major business development opportunity that would give Canadian exporters an alternative to an inward-looking United States. But a full-fledged free trade agreement is years away. In the meantime, there’s hope that small steps on protection of intellectual property such as the one announced this week will coax reluctant Canadian companies to entertain closer ties with China.The two countries are also holding talks on an extradition treaty, which is controversial in Canada, raising questions about respect for human rights.
“A global moratorium is a crucial stepping stone towards full worldwide abolition,” Mr. Ban said in a message delivered by the Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, Kyung-wha Kang. “Capital punishment is inconsistent with the mission of the United Nations to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights and the dignity and worth of the human person,” Ms. Kang read, during an event at the Human Rights Council in Geneva organized by the International Commission against the Death Penalty, an independent body opposed to capital punishment.The UN General Assembly first voted on a moratorium in 2007, and again in December 2012 with the support of 111 countries, 41 against and 34 abstentions. The resolution called for a progressive restriction on the use of capital punishment and eliminating it entirely for felons below the age of 18 and pregnant women. Although not legally binding, the UN moratorium on executions carries moral and political weight. “The United Nations system has long advocated the abolition of the death penalty. International and hybrid tribunals supported by the UN do not provide for capital punishment, nor does the International Criminal Court,” Mr. Ban’s message noted. Approximately150 countries have either abolished the death penalty or do not practice it, but Mr. Ban noted that some recently reinstated the practice. Thousands of people are executed each year, “often in violation of international standards, such as the right to fair trial and due process,” Mr. Ban said. He added that the death penalty is still used for a wide range of crimes that do not meet the threshold of “most serious crimes” and based on information that is not transparent. In addition, sometimes “wrongful convictions and miscarriages of justice” can occur in well-functioning legal systems that sentence and execute persons who have been ultimately proven innocent, Mr. Ban said.
Ohio State junior starting pitcher Connor Curlis delivers a pitch Friday night against Nebraska in Bill Davis Stadium. Credit: Mac Connor | Ohio State AthleticsThe Ohio State baseball team (20-10, 3-3 Big Ten) lost two out of the three games against Iowa (19-10, 5-3 Big Ten) on the road to fall to an even .500 record in Big Ten play.Game 1The two teams were locked in a pitcher’s duel in the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader, with Ohio State Friday night starter Connor Curlis giving way to top reliever Seth Kinker after 6.2 innings of one-run pitching. Kinker finished off the Hawkeyes for his seventh save of the season, and the Buckeyes notched a 2-1 win.Iowa matched Ohio State’s best pitcher with its ace, sending redshirt junior Nick Allgeyer to the mound to start. Sophomore reliever and infielder Grant Judkins finished the Buckeyes off with three shutout innings.Ohio State’s only two runs were recorded in the fourth inning when senior left fielder Tyler Cowles drove home senior first baseman Noah McGowan on an RBI single. Junior designated hitter Jacob Barnwell followed with a single that scored freshman catcher Dillon Dingler to give the Buckeyes a 2-1 lead.Game 2A perfect storm of good offense by the Hawkeyes and poor defense by the Buckeyes thundered upon Iowa City, Iowa, in the bottom of the first inning in the second game of Saturday’s double header.Iowa recorded seven runs in the chaos, although only two of them were earned due to throwing errors by shortstop Kobie Foppe and third baseman Conner Pohl. It was all the momentum the Hawkeyes needed for a 9-5 win.Sophomore third baseman Lorenzo Elion recorded the first of his three RBIs in the outpouring.McGowan was the lone bright spot for Ohio State, finishing 3-for-5 with a pair of doubles and three RBIs. His final RBI came in the top of the ninth to bring the lead back down to four runs, but Pohl grounded out to end the last chance for a Buckeye rally.Junior starting pitcher Ryan Feltner started for Ohio State and pitched four innings with seven runs, two of them earned. His record moved to 3-2 on the year.Game 3 Ohio State and Iowa found themselves in another pitcher’s duel Sunday, with junior starter Cole McDonald and junior reliever Zach Daniels leading the Hawkeyes to a 2-1 victory.With the game tied at one in the bottom of the eighth inning, Iowa strung together a two-out rally with a walk, single and eventual game-winning RBI double by Judkins.Ohio State redshirt senior pitcher Adam Niemeyer started and pitched five innings, allowing one unearned run. Redshirt senior reliever Kyle Michalik was issued the loss (0-1) after giving up the eighth-inning run.Ohio State totalled four hits, with its lone RBI coming from McGowan.
If you’ve seen images of the Windows 8 desktop, then you’ve also seen Microsoft’s not-at-all-subtle warning about sharing the digital goodies you’ve been fortunate enough to get your hands on early. With the number of leaked builds which have made the rounds going all the way back to the early stages of Windows 7 development, it certainly seemed reasonable to assume that eventually Microsoft would track down someone who had been leaking milestone builds ow Windows 8 to private FTPs and torrent sites.Now it appears as though that has finally happened. According to reports forum sites where the early builds have been linked and heavily discussed, two Microsoft employees have been fired as a result of their supposed involvement with the leaks. Those familiar with the situation have stated that one was based in Russia, while the other worked out of Microsoft’s headquarters in Redmond, Washington.Since Microsoft doesn’t comment on employee terminations, we’ll have to trust the underground enthusiasts on this one for now – but there’s no reason to think that Microsoft wouldn’t eventually catch up to members of its own internal crew who might be passing off confidential pre-release builds.Will the leaks stop? Probably not, with OEM partners having access to Windows 8 as well – and Microsoft having far less power to track and control those outside its own organization. Instead, it may only cause a slight slowdown while people explore the darkened corners of cyberspace looking for someone else who’s willing to upload an ISO file.More at WinRumors
We’ll Leave It There So: Connacht confirm next head coach, Neil Gallagher retires and all today’s sport Plus, tributes paid to the retired Irish footballer Paul McCarthy who died suddenly. By The42 Team Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Feb 20th 2017, 8:00 PM 14,167 Views Share4 Tweet Email2 http://the42.ie/3249762 Some man for one man @neilgerardgalla pic.twitter.com/ccUzvKXo3l— Michael Murphy (@murphm95) February 20, 2017 Follow us: the42.ie Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHOHomeRetired Irish footballer Paul McCarthy has died suddenly aged 45A toe injury means Dave Kearney will face another spell on the sidelines The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! Source: Michael Murphy/Twitter Winners and losers – Who’s flying or struggling after start of Allianz hurling league?Former Tipperary star Colin O’Riordan made his senior debut for the Sydney Swans yesterday Stuart Lancaster gave a strong hint that he is likely to extend his contract with Leinster. Source: Martin RickettThe Fixture List The Champions League Round of 16 continues at 7.45pm Manchester City host Monaco and Bayer Leverkusen face Atletico Madrid.There’s also action in the Championship with Huddersfield taking on Reading in the standout tie.Showbiz, Baby!FA Cup fever has reached Sutton Utd, who take on Arsenal tonight. Where We Were TodaySean Farrell was in Carton House to chat with Jamie Heaslip at the Ireland Rugby press briefing today. Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHOOn The RecordThere’s been nothing confirmed, but I think I’ve said all along that I’m really enjoying it here. It has been a great move for me, it has worked well for my family and I’m certainly not looking anywhere else.” Short URL No Comments Monday 20 Feb 2017, 8:00 PM Conor Murray and Johnny Sexton will take full part in Ireland training tomorrowSeán Hurley has departed the Kildare panel as he recovers from hip surgeryNeil Gallagher has become Donegal’s latest All-Ireland winner to retireChiefs assistant Kieran Keane confirmed as next Connacht head coachAway Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHOIrish outhalf Ian Madigan has asked to leave Bordeaux according to reportsJose Mourinho has started the mind games with Chelsea already ahead of their FA Cup clashEdinburgh have appointed ex-England hooker Richard Cockerill as their new head coachPep Guardiola has slammed the ‘unacceptable’ treatment of Arsene WengerThe Open Championship is heading back to Royal St George’s in 2020The Best Thing We SharedDonegal captain Michael Murphy paid tribute to the retiring Neil Gallagher, his friend, clubmate and business partner.
The lecture A Family’s Journey to the Promised Land will be given by Mrs Olympia Pearce as part of season three (August – October 2013) of Greek History and Culture Seminars.‘This is our Promised Land’ is Olympia Rizidis Pearce first book, published by Boolarong Press. It is the story of her family’s fight for survival, traced from the times when the writer’s father and his parents, Asian Minor Greeks, were expelled from Turkey with around 1,500,00 others. The seminars are held by the Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne and Victoria.When: Thursday 12 September at 7.00 pm Where: Kelvin Club, Melbourne Place, opposite the Russell St Greater Union Cinemas For more information, contact GOCMV, at (03) 9662 2722 Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
The Portland Trail Blazers announced an agreement Tuesday with a regional health and dental plan provider to change the name of the Rose Garden arena to the Moda Center at the Rose Quarter. Moda Health, an Oregon-based company that also provides plans in Washington and Alaska, finalized a 10-year arena naming rights deal with the Blazers on Monday. Comcast Sportsnet Northwest reported that the price was “up to $4 million annually,” but neither the team nor Moda Health would confirm that number.During a joint press conference held at the center’s south atrium, team president Chris McGowan and Moda Health president Dr. William Johnson hailed the agreement as a first step in developing the home of the Blazers into an entertainment epicenter of Portland.“We’re going to put a lot of time and energy into livening up the Rose Quarter,” McGowan said, “and making it the cultural hub that it should be for arts and entertainment in this region.”While the old name goes away, McGowan said that the future Moda Center logo will incorporate a rose “as a salute to the city of Portland” — as requested by team owner Paul Allen. Besides the name change and new look, Blazer fans should notice differences at the center by the time doors open for the Sept. 2 home opener against the San Antonio Spurs. McGowan described a “phase one” that will enhance the game-night experience.
Adilabad: Superintendent of Police Vishnu S Warrier on Thursday asked teachers to provide training to the Students Police Cadets in the ways of NCC to make them become best Indian citizens of tomorrow, role-model to fellow students.He was addressing a training programme for the teachers of 45 schools in the district, of which 2,600 SPCs were selected. Also Read – Hyderabad: Intermediate student dies of cardiac arrest in class Advertise With Us The SP said that SPC was inaugurated on July 21, 2018, by the Union Home Ministry to provided training to students to become good citizens of India. In this project, the Home Ministry and the Education departments are working together and the Prohibition and Excise department provides co-operation. To teach discipline from student stage, the Police department will provide training in in-door and out-door training to SPCs to become good citizens of tomorrow. Selected students will get free uniforms, books, bags and shoes from the government. The teachers will get incentives, he informed. Also Read – Vemulawada school seized after road accident Advertise With Us In this project students will get knowledge of humanitarian values. In the joint Adilabad district, from Adilabad 16, Nirmal 17, Mancherial 8, Kumram Bheem Asifabad 4 schools were selected for SPC training. Additional Superintendent of Police TS Ravikumar, DSPs LC Naik, Syd Sujauddin, administration officer Ataullah Khan and inspectors and teachers and others were present.
Japanese auto maker Honda is set to launch its highly applauded City sedan in India on 7 January 2014, an unconfirmed media report suggests.The auto blog CarToq reported citing its sources that the latest avatar of Honda City is coming to India on 7 January and the delivery of the car will commence in India soon after the official launch of the vehicle in the domestic market. The car which received global unveiling in India in November has been anticipated for quite a while now. However, the company is yet to confirm the date. According to reports, the Honda dealerships across the country have started accepting the booking for the new City with an advance of ₹ 50,000.The new City is same as its current City model in terms of its dimension, but its wheelbase has been increased by 50mm. Also, the leg room and height have been raised by 60mm and 10mm, respectively. Inside the cabin, the car is expected to feature a new touch screen infotainment system with Bluetooth telephone connectivity and USB/Bluetooth and rear-parking camera support, steering mounted audio controls, sun roof, touch-screen AC panel, start/stop function, rear AC vents, eight speakers, four charging points, and cruise control.The 2014 City follows Honda’s new design philosophy – “EXCITING H DESIGN!!!” and is based on the 2014 Jazz/Fit. On the mechanical front, the petrol version of the City sedan packs a 1.5-litre i-VTEC engine which generates a power of 119 PS @ 6600 rpm and 145 Nm torque @ 4600 rpm. The diesel variant draws its power from the 1.5-litre i-DTEC engine, which is also used in the Honda Amaze. It is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission and pumps in 100 PS power @ 3600 rpm and 200 Nm torque @ 1750 rpm.
Singer Shibani Kashyap is set to make her acting debut with fiction TV show Ek Veer Ki Ardaas…Veera. She will be seen as a mentor and says the character is close to her real life.Shibani’s character in the show will be called Megha, a famous singer who was boycotted from the industry due to her starry tantrums. When she meets the character Ranvijay, she realises his potential and agrees to mentor him. So, she takes it up as a personal challenge to make him popular, and also to make a comeback in the industry herself.Excited about the role, Shibani said in a statement: ‘The character is very reflective of me and how I am in real life. I am really excited to be making my fiction debut with ‘…Veera’ as the character comes easy to me and I am exploring it through the show.’ The track is expected to go on air next week onwards. The show airs on Star Plus.
Feature | December 20, 2016 Most Popular Radiology Comparison Charts on ITN in 2016 The product comparison charts created by Imaging Technology News (ITN) are among the most popular content on read more Feature | Radiology Business | April 20, 2018 ITN Wins Five 2018 Regional Azbee Awards for Editorial Excellence Imaging Technology News was honored with five Azbee Awards for editorial excellence at the 2018 Upper Midwest Regional… read more Videos | RSNA | December 11, 2018 ITN’s RSNA 2018 Coverage Reaches New Records Imaging Technology News (ITN) closed out the Radiological Society of… read more PreviousNext News | Radiology Business | February 22, 2019 Imaging Technology News Honored as Jesse H. Neal Awards Finalist Imaging Technology News has been recognized with three award nominations from the Jesse H. read more FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Gadolinium contrast agents (GBCAs) are partly retained in the brain, raising safety concerns, as seen in this MRI. 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News | Radiology Business | May 14, 2018 ITN Wins Two 2018 National Azbee Awards for Editorial Excellence Imaging Technology News (ITN) was honored with a pair of National Bronze Azbee Awards for editorial excellence at the… read more Imaging Technology News (ITN) has been honored by ABM, the association of business information and media companies, as a finalist in the 59th Annual Jesse H. Neal Awards competition for editorial excellence—the competition is recognized as the “Pulitzer Prize of the business Press.” The April 2012 issue of ITN is one of four finalists for Best Single Issue of a Tabloid/Newspaper. ITN is the leading technology and news resource for nearly 35,000 healthcare professionals in radiology, radiation oncology, women’s health and nuclear medicine.”The ITN team has worked diligently on a complete brand redesign, including a much-improved editorial product. We are truly honored that ABM has selected ITN as a Jesse H. Neal Awards finalist,” said Sean Reilly, ITN’s publisher.ITN is one of 184 finalists overall selected by a distinguished board of judges. The judging panel, chaired by Diana Henriques of the New York Times, selected the finalists from an original pool of 640 entries. The winners will be announced on March 12 during ABM’s annual Neal Awards ceremony at Pier Sixty in New York City.Paying tribute to the Neal Award finalists, ABM President & CEO Clark Pettit said, “We at ABM are so proud to honor these journalists and editors. Their expertise, ability to push progress across existing and new channels, and successful track records of informing the industry on important issues place them at the forefront of their fields.” See other awards ITN has earned. News | Radiology Business | February 22, 2016 ITN Named Jesse H. Neal Award Finalist for Best Commentary/Blog February 22, 2016 — The Software & Information Industry Association (formerly ABM, the Association of Business In read more
Sheraton Hotels & Resorts, part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide (NYSE: HOT), today announced the addition of five properties across Asia Pacific to Sheraton Grand, the brand’s new premier tier of hotels recognised for their enticing destinations, distinguished designs, and excellence in service and guest experiences.Joining other Sheraton Grand properties across the globe, the brand welcomes Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort, Gold Coast, Sheraton Grand Hangzhou Wetland Park Resort, Sheraton Grand Xishuangbanna Hotel, Sheraton Grand Hangzhou Binjiang Hotel and Sheraton Grand Incheon Hotel to this new designation. Sheraton Grand is one of many initiatives currently underway for Sheraton 2020, a comprehensive plan designed to solidify Sheraton as a leading global hotel brand of choice, everywhere.“As Starwood’s largest and most global brand, we look to continue our work to firmly keep Sheraton in the spotlight across the globe including Asia Pacific,” said Stephen Ho, President, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Asia Pacific. “The new designation of these properties as a Sheraton Grand is testament to the strength of the brand in Asia Pacific, synonymous with exceptional guest experiences and quality.”A Grand WelcomeAs part of the burgeoning network, these five properties continue to represent high-touch elements associated with the new elevated tier:Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort, Gold Coast – the Gold Coast’s only upper-upscale beachfront resort, the resort recently underwent a multi-million dollar refurbishment incorporating a refreshed sleek and contemporary design; also comprising of the iconic Terraces Restaurant, home to the Gold Coast’s most famous seafood buffet.Sheraton Grand Hangzhou Wetland Park Resort – the resort combines traditional Chinese architecture alongside sleek and tasteful furnishing in soothing natural colours, offering landscape views of the signature gardens of Hangzhou. Each room also features a spacious balcony with providing panoramic views of the Xixi Wetland.Sheraton Grand Xishuangbanna Hotel – the first internationally-branded hotel with its own on-site hot springs, the property combines Dai architecture and modern, luxurious amenities, alongside four food & beverage venues and an outdoor wedding pavilion perfect for a destination wedding.Sheraton Hangzhou Binjiang Hotel – centrally located in the heart of the burgeoning Hangzhou Binjiang business district, guests can enjoy breathtaking views of Qiantang River and the stunning garden city skyline. The hotel has close to 20,000 square feet of function space and is also within easy access to tourist attractions rich in colourful Chinese roots in the city, as well as shopping and exhibition centres.Sheraton Grand Incheon Hotel – this multi-award winning hotel, including Asia’s Leading Green Hotel, is Korea’s first fully non-smoking, LEED-certified hotel overlooking Incheon’s Central Park or Songdo City; and features 6 distinguished food & beverage venues.“We are excited to unveil these Sheraton properties in Asia Pacific with the Sheraton Grand designation,” said Vincent Ong, Senior Director, Brand Management, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Asia Pacific. “Building upon the brand’s strong resonance with travellers in the region, we expect many of Asia Pacific’s premier Sheraton hotels to achieve the Sheraton Grand designation, representing the best of the brand; and in line with our goal of welcoming 100 Sheraton Grand hotels across the globe by early 2017.”Showcasing the Best of the Sheraton Brand around the WorldHaving launched in August 2015, Sheraton Grand celebrates the brand’s best-in-class hotels, each hand-selected based on a specific list of criteria ranging from sophisticated design and sought-after destinations, to unrivalled standards of service and impressive hotel amenities. Sheraton Grand properties to date include:Sheraton Grand Bangalore HotelSheraton Grand Beijing Dongcheng HotelSheraton Grand Hotel DubaiSheraton Grand Edinburgh HotelSheraton Grand Rio Hotel & ResortSheraton Grande Ocean ResortSheraton Grande SukhumvitSheraton Grande Taipei HotelSheraton Grande Tokyo Bay HotelSheraton Grande WalkerhillSheraton Grand PhoenixSheraton Grand Chicago Sheraton Hotels and ResortsSource = Sheraton Hotels & Resorts
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