Wednesday 15 December 2010 8:42 pm Show Comments ▼ Moody’s warns on Spain’s debt rating whatsapp whatsapp KCS-content Share Moody’s yesterday warned that it had put Spain on review for a downgrade on its sovereign debt due to its refinancing needs over the next year.But the ratings agency added that it does not expect the country will need a bailout, saying it “does not believe Spain’s solvency is under threat”.Spain will need to refinance €210bn’s (£178bn) worth of debt next year, according to Goldman Sachs, and Spanish banks’ refinancing needs will hit €35bn.Stocks and the euro fell after Moody’s warning: the Eurostoxx 50 closed down 0.69 per cent, while the euro had dropped 0.7 per cent against the greenback by yesterday evening. However, bond investors appeared reassured: the yield on 10-year Spanish debt closed down at 5.5 per cent. More From Our Partners Native American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.orgInside Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’ not-so-average farmhouse estatenypost.comPolice Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Huntergoodnewsnetwork.orgSupermodel Anne Vyalitsyna claims income drop, pushes for child supportnypost.comBrave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little Sistergoodnewsnetwork.orgRussell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comAstounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.orgFlorida woman allegedly crashes children’s birthday party, rapes teennypost.comA ProPublica investigation has caused outrage in the U.S. this weekvaluewalk.comMatt Gaetz swindled by ‘malicious actors’ in $155K boat sale boondogglenypost.com‘Neighbor from hell’ faces new charges after scaring off home buyersnypost.comWhy people are finding dryer sheets in their mailboxesnypost.comKiller drone ‘hunted down a human target’ without being told tonypost.comBiden received funds from top Russia lobbyist before Nord Stream 2 giveawaynypost.comMark Eaton, former NBA All-Star, dead at 64nypost.comI blew off Adam Sandler 22 years ago — and it’s my biggest regretnypost.comUK teen died on school trip after teachers allegedly refused her pleasnypost.com980-foot skyscraper sways in China, prompting panic and evacuationsnypost.com Tags: NULL
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“The conviction of Şanar Yurdatapan and İbrahim Aydın Bodur sends an unacceptable intimidatory message to Turkey’s civil society,” said Johann Bihr, the head of RSF’s Eastern Europe and Central Asia desk. “We demand their acquittal on appeal and the withdrawal of the proceedings against all the other participants in the solidarity campaign with Özgür Gündem. The speed with which pluralism has been dismantled in Turkey during the past six month shows how right they were to wage this campaign.” At the end of the hearing, Önderoğlu and RSF secretary-general Christophe Deloire took part in a news conference outside the law courts in the Istanbul district of Çağlayan together with Fincancı and Cumhuriyet’s Ankara bureau chief Erdem Gül. In a separate case on 11 January, the prosecutor requested ten-year jail terms for Gül and former Cumhuriyet editor Can Dündar (now living in self-imposed exile), for their revelations about Turkish arms deliveries to Islamist groups in Syria. He requested life imprisonment for their alleged source, opposition parliamentarian Enis Berberoğlu. The court’s verdict is expected on 1 March. Human rights groups warns European leaders before Turkey summit RSF’s representative in Turkey, Erol Önderoğlu, is currently on trial for the same reason – for being one of the 56 people who acted as the newspaper’s “editor for a day” in a campaign than ran from May to August last year. Thirty-six of them are being tried. The RSF delegation also visited the headquarters of the newspaper Cumhuriyet, 11 of whose employees have been in prison since the start of November, and met with relatives of the imprisoned journalists. Journalists threatened with imprisonment under Turkey’s terrorism law News Özgür Gündem’s offices were placed under seal in August and it was dissolved by decree on 29 October. A total of 176 other media outlets have been shut down in the same way and more than 100 journalists are currently detained. The trial of Önderoğlu, Fincancı and Nesin meanwhile continued on 11 January with a large RSF delegation in attendance. The court limited itself to announcing that Özgür Gündem’s real editor, İnan Kızılkaya, will be tried separately, instead of with these three. The next hearing in the case of Önderoğlu, Fincancı and Nesin has been set for 21 March. TurkeyEurope – Central Asia Condemning abuses Judicial harassmentImprisonedFreedom of expressionCouncil of Europe Yurdatapan is also a well-known musician who was responsible for major civil disobedience campaigns against the persecution of intellectuals in the 1990s along with the writer Yaşar Kemal and the composer Zülfü Livaneli, and for a long time was the spokesman of the Initiative against Crimes of Conscience. News RSF_en Önderoğlu is being tried with two other participants in the same campaign in defence of media pluralism, the human rights defender Şebnem Korur Fincancı and the writer Ahmet Nesin. All three were jailed for 10 days last June. The two convicted yesterday were the well-known human rights defender Şanar Yurdatapan and the publisher İbrahim Aydın Bodur. They were given 15-month suspended jail terms and fines of 6,000 lira (1,500 euros) on charges of “terrorist propaganda” and “publishing aterrorist organization’s communiqués.” Turkey is ranked 151st out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2016 World Press Freedom Index. The already disturbing media situation in Turkey has become critical under the state of emergency declared in the wake of last July’s failed coup. Receive email alerts Organisation Turkey’s never-ending judicial persecution of former newspaper editor April 2, 2021 Find out more Yurdatapan was convicted on the basis of two articles published by Özgür Gündem on 18 June. One described the actions of the Turkish armed forces in the mainly Kurdish southeast of the country. The other referred to the deaths of three members of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in armed clashes. to go further News Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is appalled by the first two convictions yesterday in a series of trials in Istanbul of well-known participants in solidarity campaign with the persecuted Kurdish newspaper Özgür Gündem, and the intimidatory nature of the suspended prison sentences handed down by the court. TurkeyEurope – Central Asia Condemning abuses Judicial harassmentImprisonedFreedom of expressionCouncil of Europe April 28, 2021 Find out more January 14, 2017 First convictions in Kurdish newspaper solidarity campaign trials April 2, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information Follow the news on Turkey News A big RSF delegation in Istanbul
News Updates’We Don’t Want Hospitals To Be Potential Jatugrihas’ : Bombay High Court on Frequent Hospital Fires in Maharashtra Sharmeen Hakim29 April 2021 6:59 AMShare This – x Taking judicial note of the frequent hospital fires in the State of Maharashtra, the Bombay High Court said it would expand the scope of the PILs regarding Covid-management on Thursday and asked the civic authorities to ensure all the hospitals are fire compliant. “First there was an incident in Bhandup, then in Virar, then Nashik, and now in Thane. We are going to expand the scope of this writ… Shouldn’t you conduct fire audits in every hospital?” Chief Justice Dipankar Datta asked, noting that four patients died at a hospital in the Thane hospital yesterday. The CJ cited the ancient Indian epic Mahabharata to make his point. “We do not want these hospitals to be potential Jatugrihas. Patients are coming there to be treated,” he said. In the Mahabharata, Jatugriha, was the house of wax built by the Kauravas as a trap to kill the Pandavas by fire. During the hearing, the division bench of CJ and Justice GS Kulkarni asked the civic body and State authorities how were these hospitals getting permission or fire NOCs, unless someone was compromising in the rules. The bench further said that there must be compliance of fire norms by every hospital. “The safety of a patient is of paramount importance. All Municipal Corporations of the State Government need to ensure an audit is done in every hospital,” Justice Kulkarni said during the hearing. Senior Advocate Anil Sakhare appearing for the BMC, said they would be conducting audits in hospitals. The Court also took note of a viral social media post about an octogenarian who allegedly gave up his bed for a younger patient in Nagpur. “How does this reflect on your healthcare system? Had we woken up earlier, both could have lived. Had we been a bit more vigilant, we could have avoided this situation. It is our collective failure that has got us here. ” the Chief justice said during the hearing. Regarding the issue of vaccination, the bench said the State could consider having time slots so that people don’t flock for immunisation after the petioner’s lawyer Arshil shah and senior advocate Mihir Desai (in another hearing) companied about the long queues. It further asked the State and the Centre to look into the requirement of Aadhaar cards for vaccination. Advocate Rajesh Inamdar, appearing for one of the petitioners- Nilesh Navlakha- said the State should give details of contract tracing of those who had come from the Kumbh Mela and WB as people are not getting testing before entering the State. The bench refused the request by stating that citizens are also callous. “We can’t blame the officials for everything. The Court said that the government should consider a strict lockdown for 15 days, the way it was implemented last year. “Even now people are going out without any reason. At least for 15 days let us all be home.” the chief justice said. The Court was hearing two PILs, on the improper management of the covid-19 crisis in Maharashtra. The first petition is filed by advocate Sneha Marjari, represented by advocates Simil Purohit and Arshil Shah, and the second by Nilesh Navlakha, represented by advocate Rajesh Inamdar. (SNEHA NIRAV MARJADI vs State of Maharashtra) TagsMaharashtra Chief Justice Dipankar Datta Justice GS Kulkarni Hospital Fires Next Story
Pinterest Pinterest Previous articleGardai investigate sexual assault incident in BallybofeyNext articleWeather set to become unsettled, rain and wind expected tomorrow News Highland AudioHomepage BannerNews GP advisor warns of hospitals becoming overwhelmed with Covid cases Google+ Google+ Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Twitter Facebook Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Facebook By News Highland – October 18, 2020 Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Twitter News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp DL Debate – 24/05/21 Hospitals will soon become overwhelmed if we don’t clamp down on rising Covid-19 cases, that’s according to a GP advisor to the HSE.1,276 new cases were confirmed nationally with 43 new cases in Donegal.As of 8pm last night, there were 14 Covid patients in Letterkenny University hospital and 2 in intensive care.Cabinet is due to meet tomorrow to discuss what additional restrictions should be imposed.A meeting of Government leaders broke up last night without any decision on NPHET’s recommendation of Level 5.Dr Ray Walley says the level of cases in the country is considerable:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/walley-virus1.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.
Get networking to get aheadOn 25 Jun 2001 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Networkingis an essential skill for people who are serious about progressing, writesStephanie SparrowMostof the HR profession is unnecessarily reluctant to network. So says David Butcher,director of the general management programmes group at Cranfield School ofManagement and author of the newlypublished Smart management – using politics in organisations.Butcher’sbook refers to networking as “the motor of political fluency” whichhelps generate support and identify key issues but he is worried that HRprofessionals are being left behind.Hetells PersonnelToday.com: “HR professionals don’t seem to understand thesubject very well – either for their careers or for achieving what they need toget done within their jobs.”Addedto this lack of knowledge is a self-defeating prophecy. Many HR people thinkthat the rest of their organisation doesn’t see them as important, and so don’tproject themselves as someone worth networking with. This means they denythemselves access to people of influence or become excluded from theinformation loop.Butcheradvises “getting into the airspace of the right people,” but as anexpert on the cut and thrust of corporate life, stresses the distinctionbetween cosying up to the boss and good networking. The latter happens when youare the purveyor or holder of valuable information.Beuseful, agrees Network UK member Brigit Egan who believes that networking –whether it be at the annual company conference or by the coffee vending machine– should be grounded in good behaviour. Eganis director for the north for Coutts Consulting Group which works withindividuals and organisations in change and is winner of the Woman ofAchievement Award 2000. “Begenuine, be yourself and always offer something in return,” she says.”There may be some way you can help the other party and ensure that it isa win/win situation.”Eganagrees that HR professionals need to network within their own organisations toensure that they have the ear of other decision makers, and share ideas withtheir peer group outside four corporate walls but she also values an even widernetworking circle. Monthly meetings of Network UK, which is a women’s businessassociation of professionals from different environments has helped her here. “Networkingis a vital part of managing one’s career,” she says, “and HR peopleneed to build a networking database not only of senior managers within theirorganisations but also from outside, such as informal mentors who may be fromother professions, or neighbouring firms in a business park.”Thismay take time, but it is well-spent. No one should feel selfish doing this andshould remember that it can bring benefits to the business she says. Networkingis a way of finding out what’s new and topical and this can be helpful to youremployer.Andin return she says, “Be someone who others want to keep up with and wantto hear from.”Eventhough the current concept of networking came into its own in the jittery 1970swhen a wave of job-searches and job losses demonstrated the value of contactswho could help with a career move, Americans are traditionally seen as itsoriginators of networking, so PersonnelToday.com sought the views ofPennsylvania-based HR specialist and business author Peter R Garber.Garberis manager of affirmative action (known in UK as equal opportunities) forutilities giant PPG Industries in Pittsburgh and author of books such as Every working person’s survival guide.Garberreminds us that most of the best jobs are not on the open market but foundthrough networking. “Itis an inverse ratio relationship,” he tells PersonnelToday.com.”Approximately 90 per cent of job seekers use the open job market such asnewspaper ads or internet sites but only 10-20 per cent of the jobs are to befound there. Conversely, through networking, 90 per cent of the total number ofjobs available are to found by only about 10-20 per cent of job seekers usingthis means.” AsGarber sees it, by networking you are not just promoting your profile, butsafeguarding your future and as portfolio careers have become the by-word forthe new millennium, networking is definitely a key skill.TOPFIVE NETWORKING TIPS1 Do it regularly and keep a database of thosewith whom you have networked. 2 Keep in touch with those on your databaseand always seek to expand it3 Use it to research other peoples’ expertiseand to promote your own4 Use it to be genuinely helpful – you reapwhat you sow5 Network outside your organisation as well aswithin it. Peer groups and social contacts offer many valuable perspectives. Comments are closed.
View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Naval Training & Education View post tag: Defence View post tag: Ride’ View post tag: NAVSTA Naval Station (NAVSTA) Norfolk, with the support of the Norfolk Navy Exchange and the Sewells Point Safety Office, hosted the 3rd Annual Hampton Roads Military Motorcycle Safety Ride and Bike Show, May 3.The 135-mile motorcycle ride provided an opportunity to ride with co-workers while promoting the safe operation of motorcycles in a group environment. The free event was open to all personnel with Department of Defense decals on their motorcycles and a current Motorcycle Safety Foundation Rider’s Safety Course card.Guest Speaker, Rear Adm. Kenneth Norton, commander of Naval Safety Center, reminded participants to always take proper precautions before getting out on the road.“Before you ride remember three E’s: equipment, environment, and ego,” he said. “Check that your motorcycle is operating up to standards, consider what environmental hazards you may endure such as heavy rain or crosswinds, and make sure to check your ego. Just because you are an experienced rider, does not mean you will not fall prey to the same mistakes as a rookie rider. These are lessons not only for today’s ride, but for every ride.”Machinist Mate 1st Class David Kronberg, one of the event coordinators and participants, said events like these are critical to raise awareness of motorcycle safety especially with the impending warmer weather signifying the start of the riding season.“Safety is critical for us as military members,” said Kronberg. “We strive to ensure our on-duty activities are safe and controlled through operational risk management and other safety mechanisms. However, when Sailors are off duty, they often act as if safety does not apply to them anymore. It is very important for them to remember that safety needs to be practiced around the clock, on and off duty.”Prior to the ride, each participant conducted a pre-ride safety inspection of their motorcycle that included checking the frame, oil, lights, tires, and ensuring they had the required personal protective equipment (PPE). Required PPE for Navy motorcycle riders includes long-sleeve shirts, full-length pants, boots, full-finger gloves, shatter-proof eyewear, an approved helmet and a reflective vest.Safety is one of the key areas of the 21st Century Sailor and Marine initiative, which consolidates a set of objectives and policies, new and existing, to maximize Sailor and Marine personal readiness, build resiliency and hone the most combat-effective force in the history of the Navy and Marine Corps.Kronberg said there is usually a correlation between warmer weather and an increase in motorcycle accidents, but commands can do their part to keep their Sailors informed and safe.“If supervisors and Sailors stay proactive about ensuring their motorcycle riders attend required training, and work to promote traffic safety in general, we can all have a safer driving experience,” said Kronberg.Kronberg continued by saying Navy safety officials have found lack of training to be one of the leading causes of accidents. Even Sailors with proper training may still be a risk because they fail to exercise good judgment and ride beyond their skill level in a moment of adrenaline rush.In addition to good judgment, Kronberg said it is imperative for motorcyclists to be on the lookout for potential hazards“Being aware of potential hazards on the road ahead of them can allow for extra time and room to avoid those hazards,” said Kronberg. “One of the biggest hazards to a motorcycle rider is the distracted drivers around them, such as people texting and talking on their phones.”Sailors who took part in the event said they enjoyed the opportunity to ride with other shipmates.“The ride gave us a chance to get together and have fun with other riders from the area,” said Culinary Specialist 2nd Class Daniel Brightman, an avid motorcycle rider assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72). “We learned new skills and helped early riders by pointing potential problems they may have. It is important to me because I have the chance to police my shipmates and let them know if their bike is safe to ride.”A bike show was held in the Navy Exchange parking lot following the conclusion of the ride. Food and motorcycle gear vendors were present and prizes were given for best sport bike, best cruiser, best custom job and people’s choice. USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) received a trophy for being the command with the most riders present.[mappress]Press Release, May 6, 2013 View post tag: Norfolk View post tag: safety USA: NAVSTA Norfolk Takes Safety for Ride View post tag: takes Back to overview,Home naval-today USA: NAVSTA Norfolk Takes Safety for Ride Share this article May 6, 2013 View post tag: Defense View post tag: Navy
Manufacturer Dustcontrol UK is offering a range of air cleaners and vacuum cleaning systems for the bakery market, to guard against the dangers of airborne particles to bakers’ health.For example, suction casing can be placed at each area where flour is used, so it doesn’t escape any further into the air. Vacuum cleaning accessories can also be used to clean equipment and fixtures that accumulate dust residue.Dustcontrol said its systems don’t necessarily mean the inclusion of big fans and filter units, but that small machines can be very effective. Products available include the DC AirCube, an air cleaner that removes airborne dust from small spaces. It works by circulating the air through a filter. The AirCube has been designed to separate fine and hazardous dusts down to 0.3 microns.The DC AirCube 2000, is a powerful single-phase air cleaner, and has a capacity of 1800m3/h. It features a pre-filter and microfilter of 10m2. There is also an indicator light that lets the operator know when the filter needs changing. The Aircube is made using alu-zinc coated sheet metal and the fan unit features two speed settings.[http://www.dustcontrol.co.uk]