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May 3, 2021

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first_imgAn Oxford doctor used hospital equipment to enhance his love life, the General Medical Council heard this week. Jane Sullivan, representing the GMC, told the professional conduct committee hearing that Euan Laird began an affair with a woman, who was only identified as Mrs N, in 1991. The couple had sex on a number of occasions at hospital premises. The hearing was informed that Laird used the ultrasound scanning machine at the Horton Hospital in Banbury for his own “sexual gratification”. Laird, who was senior house officer in obstetrics and gynaecology at the John Radcliffe Hospital when the relationship began, is accused of “abusing” his professional position, unnecessarily performing smear tests and other intimate examinations on the patient. The relationship continued for a number of years before Mrs N “began to find the nature of his desire invasive and for that and other reasons stopped seeing him in 1997.” Laird was not present or represented at the hearing but is aware that it is taking place. Sullivan said that Laird, who became a consultant during the affair, denied the allegations: “Not only did he say he had had no dealings with her at the time, he denies, and continues to deny emotional or sexual relationship with her, saying that their relationship was a strictly professional doctor-patient relationship”. The hearing continues. Two weeks ago, Cherwell reported that a Queen’s College lecturer, Doctor Henk Giele, had allegedly been conducting a sexual affair with one of his patients at the JR hospital. His case has been adjourned until December. The GMC are unable to comment on either case since both are ongoing.ARCHIVE: 5th week TT 2004last_img read more


Deal to boost Bagel Nash expansion

April 21, 2021

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first_imgYFM Equity Partners has backed the management buy-in of Leeds-based bagel manufacturer and retail chain Bagel Nash, for an undisclosed sum.Bagel Nash has 11 coffee and bagel bars in Leeds, York, Huddersfield and Manchester, and exports gourmet bagels to 20 countries.The investment will support the company’s acquisition and help finance its plans for new outlets in the north, north west and the Midlands, as well as helping to grow its wholesale and export trade.YFM Equity Partners has backed Andy Micklethwaite as the new company’s chief executive and Sara Hildreth as retail operations director. Micklethwaite led the MBI of food manufacturing business Symington’s, growing the business from £17m to a turnover of £55m.Nigel Barraclough, investment director at YFM Equity Partners, said: “Bagel Nash has a fantastic reputation and is already well established in Yorkshire. We believe there is enormous potential for the business to expand into other regions and look forward to using both our experience and network to help Bagel Nash achieve this ambition.”Micklethwaite added that there was a huge appetite for a healthier alternative to traditional sandwiches. “We believe that our bagel product can feed that demand. This investment from YFM Equity Partners will enable us to grow our products and open up more sites for our customers throughout the north and Midlands.” Bagel Nash was was founded in 1987 by Karen and Uri Mizrahi.last_img read more


Mourinho defiant after Spurs’ loss; Atalanta fairytale continues

September 20, 2020

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first_imgLONDON: RB Leipzig marked their first appearance in the Champions League knockout round with a deserved 1-0 victory at last season’s runners-up Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday as their impressive campaign continued.Timo Werner’s 58th-minute penalty after a foul by Ben Davies on Konrad Laimer was enough for Julian Nagelsmann’s Bundesliga high-flyers to take a narrow lead into the second leg on March 10, although they might rue not putting the last-16 tie to bed.Tottenham, without injured strikers Harry Kane and Son Heung-min, were largely outplayed and will need the sort of heroics they produced at Manchester City and Ajax Amsterdam last season to keep their European quest alive.But for inspired keeper Hugo Lloris and wayward finishing from Leipzig, they would be facing an even tougher task in the return leg.“Leipzig are a very, very good team with a lot of energy. We had some situations that we could have managed better,” Lloris said. “We’re not really happy with the result, but we did it last season — let’s hope we try to create another story.”Tottenham did rally late on as Leipzig appeared to settle for a narrow win and the hosts came close to equalising with the impressive Giovani Lo Celso curling a free kick against the post and Lucas Moura heading over.But Leipzig were worthy winners and their meteoric rise since being formed 10 years ago should see them gatecrash their way into the quarter-finals of Europe’s elite tournament.“The first 10 minutes were very noisy, very loud. In the end, it was a pleasure to be part of this game,” Nagelsmann, in his first season in charge, told reporters.The first German club to play at Tottenham’s magnificent new stadium were Bayern Munich in October and they marked their visit with a 7-2 humiliation of their hosts.Leipzig, one point behind leaders Bayern in the Bundesliga, attacked the Tottenham defence with similar relish and could have scored three times in the opening three minutes. Also Read: Inter Milan go at top despite being held by AtalantaAlso Watch: Burglars breaks into a house in Lumding, steal 21-tola Gold and cash of Rs 45,000last_img read more


Overtime

August 12, 2020

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first_imgBILL NEAL :08 Oh yeah, somebody did tell me, that somebody would be Dave Hughes. He walked in Nancy’s Restaurant and jumped right on me! So to Dave and his family, thanks for the heads up and you’re all now in “The Locker Room,” and this week you’re not by yourselves. To my boys hanging at Nancy’s on the regular…Vince Neal, Jessie Jenkins and Sir Julius Redd, you’re all now in “The Locker Room” and thanks for reading. Now Dave, run tell that! Say what???…Nancy’s Restaurant is over in Cookie Coleman’s and Dennis Briggs’ territory, Wilkinsburg. Best breakfast since Scotty’s Diner…back in the day. You remember, that’s where we all went at 2:00 in the morning after the joints closed. Me and Kenny Durrett did serious damage there…love ya and miss ya “K.D.!”:07 Yeah, you knew it was coming next. Here’s The Kenny Durrett All-Star Classic Run Down-Sat. April 7—Location to be announced—Grade School Boys & Girls—9 a.m.-11 a.m., Middle School Boys & Girls— 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Community Game—1-2 p.m. and High School Boys & Girls—2-4 and 6-8 pm—All graduating seniors are invited to play. You must call in to register— coaches and scouts will be on hand. (Did you know the K.D. Classic is the longest running high school all star basketball game in western PA)?:06 To the little ole lady sitting outside Gibson’s Soul Food Restaurant waiting for your fish sandwich…hold on, I’m a coming!!:05 You want Andrew Luck from Stanford to be the best college quarterback coming out in the NFL Draft…but you know it’s Baylor’s R.G. III, don’t ya…don’t ya…don;t ya???:04 Ok. It’s really not funny anymore and it’s sure not fashionable and it never was. Please, please, please my Black brothers and sisters reclaim your sons. Stop this nonsense of wearing their pants down off their “BUTTS.” It’s not only embarrassing but it’s an insult to Black pride and manhood. And I am sorry but that does mean some of you dad’s have to pull yours up too!!!!! Let’s turn the tide. Let it start here and now. Let’s change this ridiculous degrading sight. We can do this as a people. Each one…teach one! But please understand you have to teach it not force it. That’s our Black History Month entry.:03 Pat Knight was right to call his players on the carpet. Play the game right, on and off the court or don’t play at all.:02 Baseball’s Ryan Braun said he didn’t do steroids, the lab test were mistreated for two days. I say he’s innocent until proven guilty. Now where have I heard that before?:01 “At The Buzzer,” this is the First Friday you don’t want to miss. Friday, March 2 at J.T’s Joint at the Club in Monroeville…it’s Karaoke Night for cash prizes…you know the rest of the drill! Looking for volleyball teams for “The Volley With The Stars” volleyball tournament. Sat., March 24. It’s a ton of fun. Yeah, Chuck Sanders and Richard Portis, you missed it. Gabrielle and The Diamond Models turned the Savoy to standing room only…photos coming at ya next edition.~ Game Over ~ :10 Hey, want to hear a good one? Sports talk station 93.7 FM—The Fan is running a promo on the air that’s says the station supports Black History Month. I know a way they can really support it…hire some Black people to do sports talk at your station!!! :09 The Denzel Washington Top 10 List frenzy continues…and can somebody please tell me how I left “Hurricane” off the list? (Stephan Broadus did too) Hurricane may in fact be the best acting Denzel has ever done.last_img read more


New Sand Replenishment Project to Begin Mid-July

August 4, 2020

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first_imgBy John BurtonMONMOUTH BEACH – The beaches along the Mon­mouth County coast are going to get a considerable amount of help with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ replenishment project, slated to begin this summer.U.S. Representative Frank Pallone Jr. (D-NJ) joined Mayor Susan Howard and Sea Bright Borough Councilman William J. Keeler during a brief news conference Friday, May 3, to offer details for the planned $102 million federal project.Super Storm Sandy flattened beaches along the shore by as much as 5 to 10 feet and caused some of those locations, which were in need of work, to even further deteriorate, Pallone said.The replenishment project will be done in four contracts; the first will cover the Mon­mouth Beach-Sea Bright portion, said Jennifer Thalhauser, project manager for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in a telephone interview.That first contract will be awarded by mid-June with work beginning mid-July.The four contracts – three scheduled to be done concurrently – will cover 21 miles of beachfront from Manasquan to Sea Bright, excluding Deal. The project is estimated to take about 215 days and will be paid for entirely by federal money, Thalhauser said.The beaches will get an additional 5 million cubic yards or more of sand, according to Thalhauser.Monmouth Beach Mayor Susan Howard on theborough’s beachfront.The project will obviously coincide with the summer beach-going season, but Pallone and Thalhauser said it was important to move quickly to restore the beaches to protect them and the area’s infrastructure from future storms. Hurricane season begins June 1 and continues through November.“The sooner we get it done, the better,” Pallone said.To accommodate beachgoers, Pallone said work will be done on closed 1,000-foot stretches of beach at a time.The purpose of the replenishment project is not to make sure there are nice beaches for vacationers, the congressman stres­sed. “It’s really to protect the infrastructure” with extended beach areas serving as storm breaks.During the 1992 nor’easter that caused severe flooding and damage in the area, ocean water came over the seawall and compromised Ocean Avenue/High­way 36. Last October, even with the devastation of Sandy, that didn’t happen.“The beach saved our town,” Monmouth Beach mayor Susan Howard said, explaining the flooding the community experienced was from the Shrewsbury River side.“As bad as it was for Sea Bright,” Councilman Keeler said, “if we did not have that sand [from previous replenishment projects] much of Sea Bright would be gone.”The projects actually save money in the long run and are approved by a rather strict cost benefit analysis done by the Army Corps of Engineers, Pallone said.The corps had done a replenishment project for much of Monmouth Beach’s 1.5 miles of beach in 2011. In November 2012, the corps completed the length of borough beach and continued on through the en­tire­ty of Sea Bright in a project approved prior to Sandy.The new project is intended to repair the damage caused by Sandy and restore the oceanfront erosion control project to its original template, designed by the corps in the 1990s, Thalhauser said.The federal money has been allocated from the Sandy Aid package approved by Congress earlier this year, championed by Pallone and New Jersey and New York federal lawmakers and governors.last_img read more


Mallard’s Team of the Week — Glacier Gymnastics Club Team

August 3, 2020

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first_imgThe team includes Atlyn Proctor, Neeva Marechal, Macy Weston, Tabia Hartikainen, Molly Anderson, Kallie Badry, Chloe Proctor, Fernanda Hartikainen, Tia Berens, Gabby Patterson, Tiia Brackett and Georgia Shuel-Plouffe. The 2016 Kootenay Zone Gymnastics & Trampoline Championships were held recenlty at the Glacier Gym Club.And the local club did not disappoint as the Glacier athletes reached new levels against teams from Trail, Castlegar, Creston, Cranbrook, Kimberley, Penticton and Golden.Mallard’s Source for sports would like to add to the celebrations by naming this group of Glacier athletes, Team of the Week.last_img read more


Nelson Minor Hockey cashes in on Esso Medals Score Big Contest

August 3, 2020

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first_imgNelson Minor Hockey scored big Thursday winning one of the Esso Medals and Certificates of Achievement 2015/2016 in the Esso Medals Score Big Contest.Nelson was one of six associations chosen from over 15,000 entries and will be presented with $5,000 as well an additional $1,000 donation will be presented to the Peewee Leafs.“Our association will purchase some new jerseys with the prize money,” said league representative Lisa Upper. “We have been working on getting new jerseys for all our teams and this well help finish our goal.”Each year, minor hockey teams (age 6 to 18) from across Canada are invited to register to receive three Esso Medals of Achievement – most dedicated, most improved and most sportsmanlike – and 18 certificates for their team.”On behalf of Imperial Oil I would like to thank all the teams that registered for the Esso Medals Score Big contest this year and congratulate the winners of the $5,000 Grand Prize,” said Scott Neufeld, Marketing Strategic and Sponsorship Advisor, Imperial Oil.“The Esso brand has been a proud sponsor of hockey in Canada since 1936 and has been committed to supporting grassroots hockey for over 30 years. We look forward to continuing that support into the future.”Established in 1981, the Esso Medals and Certificates of Achievement program recognizes players who contribute to the game of hockey and has since become part of the fabric of Canadian community hockey. By acknowledging players’ dedication, effort and fair play, the program hopes to go beyond hockey, to build champions in life.Under this free program, three medals of achievement: most improved player, most dedicated player, and most sportsmanlike player, are available to every hockey team registered with Hockey Canada. In addition, each team can receive certificates of participation that recognize the efforts of every player on the team.To date, nearly two million Esso Medals of Achievement and over 30 million Certificates of Participation have been awarded to young boys and girls across Canada on behalf of Imperial Oil. For more information visit:http://www.essomedals.com/last_img read more


Gallery: Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

December 18, 2019

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first_imgNelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, was the scene for England’s nerve-wracking first-round breakthrough match on 23 June. The first of South Africa’s 2010 Fifa World Cup stadiums to be completed, it was officially opened on 7 June 2009 – a year before the tournament. Before the World Cup it had already hosted a British and Irish Lions rugby match, a Soweto derby football match between top local teams Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs, and a football international between Japan and South Africa.For the World Cup the stadium has a capacity of 46 000 seats, and is host to five first-round matches, one second-round, one quarter-final, and the third-place play-off.All photos courtesy Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality On 11 March the first football match ever played in Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium pitted the Frankie Schoeman Invitation team against the Mayoral Invitation team.Download high-resolution image 30 April 2009Download high-resolution image 30 April 2009Download high-resolution image 2 May 2009Download high-resolution image 2 May 2009Download high-resolution image 7 June 2009Download high-resolution image 7 June 2009Download high-resolution image 11 June 2009Download high-resolution image 11 June 2009Download high-resolution image 11 June 2009Download high-resolution image 11 June 2009Download high-resolution image 11 June 2009Download high-resolution image 25 July 2009Download high-resolution image 25 July 2009Download high-resolution image 25 July 2009Download high-resolution image 25 July 2009Download high-resolution image 25 July 2009Download high-resolution image 3 August 2009Download high-resolution image 3 August 2009Download high-resolution image The Japanese and South African squads enter the field before the stadium’s inaugural international football match on 14 November 2009.Download high-resolution image The Japanese squad before the stadium’s inaugural international football match on 14 November 2009.Download high-resolution image Japan and South Africa play the stadium’s inaugural international football match on 14 November 2009.Download high-resolution image Japan and South Africa play the stadium’s inaugural international football match on 14 November 2009.Download high-resolution image Japan and South Africa play the stadium’s inaugural international football match on 14 November 2009.Download high-resolution image Bafana Bafana supporters at the stadium’s inaugural international football match on 14 November 2009.Download high-resolution imageMORE GALLERIESlast_img read more


Geocacher of Month Nominees for April 2013 – Add Your Comments

December 17, 2019

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first_imgThe nominees for the April Featured Geocacher of the Month award hail from three different nations, but contribute to one global game.  Each offers a welcoming hand to those new to geocaching and creative hides for all geocachers.  The nominees come from the United States, New Zealand and Denmark.Now it’s your turn to help us select the next Featured Geocacher of the Month. Write a supportive comment at the bottom of this blog for the geocacher you feel should be awarded the title.  Each geocacher is already a winner and will receive a prize package from Geocaching HQ. A panel of folks from Geocaching HQ will then use your comments to help guide the decision of which geocacher is awarded the honor.Each Featured Geocacher of the Month will receive an exclusive special edition Featured Geocacher of the Month Geocoin, hat and profile icon. They’ll also get a certificate acknowledging their contributions, signed by two of the founders of Geocaching.WVTim – Featured Geocacher of the MonthIn March, WVTim was named the Featured Geocacher of the Month. He’s known as an inspiration to geocachers for his unique geocaches, excellent maintenance habits and his geocaching YouTube channel. He’s accumulated more than 2,000 Favorite Points on his geocaches and he teaches geocaching in schools and to the Boy Scouts.Here are your nominees for the March Featured Geocacher of the Month. Some testimonials have been edited for length. Share with your Friends:More Comment below to tell us who you think should be the April Featured Geocacher of the Month. We will be accepting comments through Sunday, May 7.If your nominee wasn’t recognized here, please submit your nominations again next month. We’re always looking for the next Featured Geocacher of the Month. To nominate someone, send an email to [email protected] and include the following information:Your name, the name of your nominee, their usernameA picture of the nomineeDescription (200 or more words) explaining why he or she deserves to be the Featured Geocacher of the MonthPlease inform your nominee that you have submitted them for the award. Nominations for the next Featured Geocacher of the Month should be received by Monday, May 26. Once Geocaching HQ has received the nominations, we will choose the top candidates and post them on the blog. You will then get a chance to champion your favorite. Our goal is to involve the entire geocaching community in this process so that we might learn from each other. SharePrint RelatedMarch Featured Geocacher of the Month Nominees – Add Your CommentsMarch 15, 2013In “Community”February Featured Geocacher of the Month Nominees – Add Your CommentsFebruary 13, 2013In “Community”Help Name the April 2015 Geocacher of the MonthApril 29, 2015In “Community”center_img  MulderNScullyMulderNScully – Nominees for the Geocacher of the MonthCristina Florez, “Mamabear Crew” writes, “My nomination for MulderNScully isn’t just because they’re “nice”… it’s because they take geocaching as a true sport. And their caches… ooooh their caches……. just like their username suggests, they are out of this world! Inventive, thought out, truly educational, and some of them hard as hell. They have been an inspiration to us and we will be trying to follow their lead in making this sport a true adventure!”Jerry Lynn DellAmic writes, “They have helped me when I got stuck on puzzle caches, but they never gave me the solution.  They made me talk out loud. …MulderNScully take pride in their geocaches.  For them, it’s not about the numbers.  It’s about enjoying life.  Taking the opportunity to walk among nature.  Go to places that you may not ever get the chance to see. If it hadn’t been for this great hobby, I would never have had the opportunity to meet these life long friends.”Onslow FishermanOnslow Fisherman – Nominee for Geocacher of the MonthNatalie Gray writes, “I would like to nominate Jim Greene, also known as Onslow Fisherman, as Geocacher of the Month. I met Jim by mail, when he very nicely answered some question I had about a puzzle cache he had. He invited me to meet him and his wife in NZ and I jumped at the chance. We became friends and he has helped me with computer questions,etc…We’ve even done an “International Cache” together, GC44F7A and GC42HKJ respectively. Jim is well respected in his native geocaching community, always giving back. He ran a GSAK seminar at NZ Mega in October, and also arranged a 4X4 event last year. His caches are great, and he’ll even lend you his GPS to find them. (GC2QAHK and GC2MF3T). He is helpful to newbies and experienced cachers alike, gets tons of favorite points on his caches, and makes our sport better every day. He also has over 1000 caches to his credit, which is hard to do in a relatively small island country. Jim Greene/Onslow Fisherman, epitomizes the best in geocaching and definitely deserves to be a Geocacher of the Month.” OlefantOlefant – Nominee for the Geocacher of the MonthMichael Schwartz “schwartz-hansen” writes, “Our nominee is Olefant (the name is a combination of his first name Ole and his logo a biking elephant – elefant in danish).He is a retired music teacher from Copenhagen who by now has released nearly 250 caches in Denmark and other countries. He started geocaching in 2009, and has been very active from 2011 until now. He has made a lot of cartoon caches and his FTF-certificates are often laminated pictures of the cartoon figures. At his last event on the 16 of March, he released more than 30 caches, with cartoon series and an Astrology series called the Zoodiak – because the theme of the event was animals.With his events and his caches, we think that Olefant is a big inspiration for the other geocachers in Denmark, … besides that he is always taking his time to talk to all the persons he meets at events and when he is in the field geocaching.”last_img read more


Enki Sports Debuts Smartphone-Based Training for iPhone

December 16, 2019

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first_imgWhat it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Tags:#Data Portability#Internet of Things#mobile#web Related Posts Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagementcenter_img curt hopkins Tomorrow San Francisco-based Enki Sports is bundling wireless sensors and the Web together into a real-time integrated training system that you communicate with via your smartphone. “The system will coach the athlete based on their training plan, monitor’s the athlete’s performance via wireless sensors and provide feedback during performance to help the athlete follow their plan,” according to COO Jeff Broderick.The integrated system runs real-time training data to a web site that is inflected according to that data and checked against a workout plan. Any modification is then “pushed back down to the phone in time for the next workout.” “One of the biggest problems we solve is to give each workout context within the athlete’s overall plan and how it relates to their goals. Because our system knows the athlete’s plan and listens to the athlete’s body in real time, our customers are more likely to avoid fatigue-related injuries and performance issues,” according to CEO Kirk Ewing.The packages contain the wireless sensors to record heart rate and sport specific data, a phone application and a subscription to the MyEnki online training app. The first platform to be supported will be the iPhone. iPhone Sport Packages for Cycling will ship in June with Running following in August and Triathlon later in Q4 2010. Support for Android will arrive in Q4 2010 with Blackberry and other phones following in 2011.The smartphone connection may help to distinguish Enki Sports from competitors such as Nike, as well as BodyMedia, Fitbit and others. Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaceslast_img read more