MoJ’s ‘high-risk’ projects on the rise

first_imgThe number of major projects run by the Ministry of Justice deemed ‘high-risk’ has increased since last year, according to a an official report on the progress of nearly 200 major infrastructure projects across the government.The Major Projects Authority Annual Report 2013/2014 flags four MoJ projects were as red/amber, compared with two described as ‘red’ and ‘red/amber’ last year.According to the report, projects flagged as red and red/amber signal to ministers and officials that action is required and suitable mitigating measures should be put in place. The Cabinet Office said this status does not necessarily reflect a need for cancellation.In one piece of good news for the MoJ, the report upgrades the ministry’s £127.1m project to share back-office services from the highest risk status to red/amber.The programme was originally due to be completed by 2011/12 and is now ‘on on course’ to be completed by the revised date of July 2015.The offender electronic monitoring project was also among those earmarked as red/amber.However the MoJ said that: ‘Since this report, there has been an audit of existing electronic monitoring services and subsequent referrals to the Serious Fraud Office. A test run of the new tags will take place in December 2014 with full-service commencement to start in early in 2015.’ Other high-risk projects include the Common Platform Programme (CPP), a data store for the Crown Prosecution Service and HM Courts and Tribunal Service and the HM Courts and Tribunal Service reform programme.The legal aid reform programme is one of four to be flagged as green – the highest indication of successful delivery. ‘The green status reflects that the project has closed and is currently planning its post-implementation review,’ said the MoJ.last_img read more

Norton Rose agrees US merger deal

first_imgTop-10 firm Norton Rose Fulbright has revealed it will merge with US-based international firm Chadbourne & Parke later this year.The merger will take effect in the second quarter of 2017, Norton Rose announced.Following the combination, the firm will continue to be known as Norton Rose Fulbright.The global firm will comprise more than 4,000 lawyers in 58 offices spanning 32 countries – including more than 1,000 US-based lawyers.Earlier this month the Gazette reported that the tieup would create a firm well into the top ranks by turnover. Norton Rose’s turnover last year stood at £1.1bn while Chadbourne & Parke’s was £198m.Peter Martyr, global chief executive at Norton Rose, said: ‘We are delighted to unite Norton Rose Fulbright with Chadbourne & Parke to create a global law firm that few can match.‘We will benefit from new offices in Mexico City, São Paulo and Istanbul, and we will be able to offer our clients expanded capabilities in London, Dubai, Latin America and other key markets.’Andrew Giaccia, Chadbourne & Parke’s managing partner, added: ‘Coming together will give us the ultimate advantage of offering superior legal service in virtually all of the world’s key business and financial centers.‘Our firms share a strategic vision and client focus, and we have highly complementary practice and industry strengths.’last_img read more

A small problem solved

first_imgATJUST 128 cm tall, Melbourne resident Bruce ’Giant’ Chaplin has a problem when boarding the city’s trams; he can’t reach the coin slots on ticket machines. While he can usually find a fellow passenger to drop his coins in the slot for him, this isn’t always possible. On a recent trip no-one was able to help, leaving him unable to buy a ticket despite his best efforts. A ticket inspector then refused to take his money, instead issuing a A$150 penalty. This was revoked following publicity in the local media, Victorian Minister of Transport Peter Bachelor saying that ticket inspectors had an obligation to help passengers with special needs, and ’common sense should have prevailed’. After the media coverage, Chaplin said he now has many people offering to help him buy a ticket.last_img read more

Police probes alleged burglary and taking conveyance report

first_img Share 504 Views   one comment Share Share Tweetcenter_img LocalNews Police probes alleged burglary and taking conveyance report by: Dominica Vibes News – March 23, 2016 Sharing is caring! A report of alleged burglary and taking conveyance is being investigated by the Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force. The alleged burglary and taking conveyance occurred between 1AM and 5AM on Monday 21 March 2016, police public relations officer, Pelham Jno Baptiste reported to the media on Tuesday 23 March 2016.“It is alleged that some unknown individuals stole Toyota RAV4 TJ962 belonging to Courtesy Car Rentals, which they abandoned opposite the Massacre Primary School at Checkhall,” the report indicates. “They then cut into the wire fencing of the Highway Auto Centre at Checkhall, broke into the office, where they took keys to two motor vehicles namely; one silver Mitsubishi Pajero TJ167 and one grey Honda HRV TL706 belonging to Road Runner Rentals. A number of other items including a Lenovo laptop and a pair of eye glasses were also stolen,” the report adds. According to the report, the grey Honda HRV TL706 was recovered at Giraudel on Monday 21 March 2016, while TL 706 and TJ 962 are being processed by the Crime Scenes Unit of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) as investigations continue.Anyone with information which can assist the police in the investigations can contact the Criminal Investigations Department at telephone numbers (767) 266 5164, 266 5165, 266 5119 or Crime Stoppers Dominica 1 800 8477.last_img read more

Cruiselines Suspending Operations

first_img Share Passenger John Miller from Seattle, Wash. falls to his knees disembarking from the MS Westerdam cruise ship after being stranded for two weeks now docked in February off the coast of Sihanoukville, Cambodia. The large cruise ship with more than 2,000 crew and passengers was completely free from COVID-19, but was turned away from five other Asian locations.Getty ImagesHave you planned a cruise? If so, should you cancel due to the spread of the coronavirus epidemic around the world? Cruise-ship companies are rolling out deals as low as $300 for week-long voyages after a slew of bad press related to COVID-19, which may be tempting for some people. But is that enough to step on board given the current climate around coronavirus?The U.S. State Department says don’t do it. It issued a stern warning over the weekend: “U.S. citizens, particularly travelers with underlying health conditions, should not travel by cruise ship.” The department said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued guidance, cautioning travelers of “increased risk of infection of COVID-19 in a cruise ship environment.”Carnival Corp. is down 52.7% year-to-date. Royal Caribbean is down 61.3%, while Norwegian has fallen 65%. Disney is down 23% year-to-date, as people have been worried about congregating in crowds. The Dow Jones Industrial Index DJIA, 4.700% is down 16.4% year-to-date; and the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index SPX, 5.120% has fallen 10.8% this year. Sharing is caring! Share ‘U.S. citizens, particularly travelers with underlying health conditions, should not travel by cruise ship.’— U.S. State Department“In order to curb the spread of COVID-19, many countries have implemented strict screening procedures that have denied port entry rights to ships and prevented passengers from disembarking,” the State Department said. The city of Santa Barbara has asked cruise ships not to dock there due to the coroanvirus epidemic.The department said U.S. citizens cannot continue to rely on the U.S. government to intervene on ships that are quarantined at sea, or shunned by other countries. “While the U.S. government has evacuated some cruise ship passengers in recent weeks, repatriation flights should not be relied upon as an option for U.S. citizens under the potential risk of quarantine by local authorities.”Worldwide, there were 119,358 COVID-19 cases and 4,290 deaths as of Wednesday morning, according to data published by the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering’s Center for Systems Science and Engineering. In the U.S., 31 people have died, and there are approximately 1,039 confirmed cases. It has spread to nearly 100 countries in just over three months.“This is a fluid situation,” the State Department added. “CDC notes that older adults and travelers with underlying health issues should avoid situations that put them at increased risk for more severe disease. This entails avoiding crowded places, avoiding non-essential travel such as long plane trips, and especially avoiding embarking on cruise ships.”The biggest threats to those contemplating a cruise are the prospect of being quarantined on a vessel should a port refuse to allow the ship to dock and, of course, someone aboard testing positive and the virus spreading among crew members and passengers. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention previously advised people not to take a cruise to or within Asia.A Princess Cruises ship, the Grand Princess, en route from Hawaii to Mexico, was stranded off the coast of California for five days after an elderly man who had sailed on the ship’s previous voyage died of the new coronavirus last month. Some 21 people tested positive for the coronavirus-borne disease COVID-19 on the ship. The ship was finally allowed to dock in Oakland on Monday.Speaking about the Grand Princess on Friday, President Trump said he would have preferred if the passengers stayed put, “I’d rather have the people stay. But I’d go with them. I told them to make the final decision. I would rather — because I like the numbers being where they are. I don’t need to have the numbers double because of one ship that wasn’t our fault.”Last month, another Princess Cruises ship, the Diamond Princess, was quarantined off Japan for two weeks. Dozens of people tested positive for the virus, and seven passengers from that cruise ship have died, Japanese public broadcaster NHK said Saturday. Princess Cruises did not respond to request for comment.Carnival spokesman Roger Frizzell told MarketWatch that the company has strengthened its health screening and boarding protocol that denies boarding to guests who have visited China, Hong Kong, Macao or South Korea, and select areas within Italy within the previous 14 days. “In addition, we have installed thermal scanners in our brands in Asia,” Frizzell said.Travel on cruise ships is particularly popular among families and the elderly, and the risk of contagion is relatively high on a ship, health professionals have said. Younger children with strong immune systems have the lowest fatality rate from COVID-19, but those with stronger immune systems may be prone to spreading the virus to those most at risk of dying from the disease.Novel coronavirus has a median incubation period of around 5.1 days. The rate is longer than that other human coronaviruses (3 days) that cause the common cold. The period of incubation can affect how fast illnesses spread. If people get sick from the illness sooner, they are obviously less likely to be walking on the deck, swimming in the pool and, thus, less likely to spread the virus.After several other high-profile cases of cruises being quarantined and stranded offshore, people have obviously expressed concern about traveling by cruise ship. Cruise lines have updated their cancellation policies to allow passengers, especially elderly passengers who may be worried about congregating in enclosed spaces, to cancel and re-book trips at future dates.(The Verge & Market Watch) Share Carnival Corporation has announced that it’s suspending operations of the Princess Cruises line of ships after two of them became hotspots for the spread of the novel coronavirus. The 18 Princess Cruises ships will stop sailing for at least two months. The news comes just a few days after the US State Department warned citizens against traveling on cruise ships in order to mitigate the risk of spreading the virus.Anyone currently on board a Princess Cruises trip that’s scheduled to end in the next five days will “continue to sail as expected through the end of the itinerary so that onward travel arrangements are not disrupted,” the company wrote on Thursday. Any trips currently underway that go beyond March 17th will “be ended at the most convenient location for guests, factoring in operational requirements,” the company said.CUSTOMERS CAN REBOOK A FUTURE CRUISE OR GET CASH REFUNDSCarnival, which owns some 40 percent of the global cruise ship market, said on Thursday that it will offer affected Princess Cruises passengers cash refunds or credit for a future cruise with an additional unspecified “generous future cruise credit benefit.”While Princess Cruises is just one of around a dozen different cruise lines owned by Carnival, the suspension is one of the more drastic measures taken by a company in the transportation and travel industries since the novel coronavirus started spreading. Many major airlines have also suspended certain routes and are reducing change fees for passengers. (Lufthansa cut about 50 percent of its flights, while US airlines have made more modest adjustments.) Amtrak, meanwhile, has seen its bookings fall 50 percent and cancellations shoot up 300 percent.Princess Cruises’ Diamond Princess ship was one of the first ships caught in the crosshairs of the novel coronavirus outbreak. After a number of passengers on board were believed to have caught the virus, the ship had trouble finding a friendly port and eventually set up outside of Yokohama, Japan. The local government essentially forced the company to keep all 2,700 passengers and 1,000 crew in quarantine on the ship.This helped the virus spread, but so did a number of other apparent failings on the Princess Cruises and Carnival side of things. The New York Times recently reported that the cruise line’s top doctor and his team missed an email from a passenger alerting them to the fact that they were infected with the novel coronavirus. Even when the company found out, the doctor and his team reportedly “played down the risk of infection, ignored best medical practice for evacuating passengers, and activated only low-level protocols for dealing with outbreaks.” BusinessCoronavirusEntertainmentInternationalLocalNewsRegional Cruiselines Suspending Operations by: – March 13, 2020 U.S. government warns people not to take cruises, citing ‘increased risk’ of coronavirus infection on voyages A similar drama recently played out aboard the Grand Princess, which wound up parked in the waters just outside of San Francisco as the US government decided how to deal with the boat’s sick passengers. Ultimately, many of them were let off at a commercial port in Oakland and sent into quarantine.“THE MOST DIFFICULT DECISION IN OUR HISTORY.”“Never in [our] 55 years, and certainly not in the 20 years I have served in this company, have we been tested in the ways we have been tested over the past 40 days,” Princess Cruises president Jan Swartz said in a 7-minute video posted to YouTube. Swartz called the suspension “perhaps the most difficult decision in our history.”It’s unclear what effect the novel coronavirus outbreak has had on cruise ship bookings, but some people have been drawn to lowered ticket prices, according to recent reports.“We definitely heard a lot of criticism for going on” a cruise, one cruise ship passenger told Bloomberg this week. “But we decided if we sanitize, it will be fine.”Meanwhile, the Miami New Times discovered that members of Norwegian Cruise Line’s Miami sales team were using coronavirus misinformation to encourage people to book trips, even as the pandemic spreads. The US and other governments eventually had to evacuate their own citizens, but not before at least 700 passengers became infected with the virus. Eight of those people have now died from COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. 223 Views   no discussions Tweetlast_img read more

UWF Women’s Tennis Sails Over GSC Rival North Alabama 8-1

first_img Barbara Oliveira and Mariana Sonnervig (Photo by Ron Besser) UWF Women’s Tennis Sails Over GSC Rival North Alabama 8-1 Sharecenter_img PENSACOLA, Fla. – The No. 9 West Florida women’s tennis team (7-5, 3-0 GSC) defeated North Alabama (3-4, 0-1 GSC) this Tuesday afternoon at home and came out victorious with an 8-1 score. The Argonauts picked up their seventh win of the season and their third win over a Gulf South Conference foe, remaining undefeated in GSC play.With an incomplete lineup due to an injury, the Lions had to default a match at No. 3 doubles and No. 6 singles, giving the Argos the 2-0 lead before entering the match. Junior Taylor Brewster (Fergus, Ontario/Centre Wellington District HS) and sophomore Caitlyn Baines (Ft Walton Beach, Fla./Choctawhatchee HS) defeated Victoria Rees and Mallory Waites 8-2 at No. 1, while senior Paulina Ojeda (Santiago, Chile/Benedictine) and Luiza Sonnervig (Sao Paulo, Brazil/Ateneu HS) followed with an 8-3 win over Lanka Hola and Teresa Franco at No. 2 doubles.The Argos entered the singles action with a 4-0 lead and needed to win just one more match out of the five to be played. Sophomore Cammie Gray (Shalimar, Fla.) only dropped a game in her 6-1, 6-0 win over Jessica Keehn at the No. 5 spot to secure the Argos the team victory. Junior No. 16 Barbara Oliveira (Belo Horizonte, Brazil/Seminole CC) followed with a 6-2, 6-2 win over Victoria Rees at No. 1, while Brewster defeated Mallory Waites 6-4, 6-4 at the No. 2 singles. Freshman Mariana Sonnervig (Sao Paulo, Brazil/Ateneu HS) defeated Teresa Franco 7-5, 6-0 at No. 4 to give the Argos the 8-0 score. The Lions earned their lone point as Lanka Hola from North Alabama defeated Baines from UWF 6-3, 6-4 at No. 3 singles. With the 8-1 win over North Alabama, West Florida women’s tennis now improves to a 7-5 overall record and a 3-0 mark against GSC opponents this year. The Argonauts will now face No. 31 Georgia College (4-6) on Thursday, March 25 at the Ralph “Skeeter” Carson Tennis Complex at the UWF main campus at 2:00 p.m.  For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.#ARGOS#Singles #1 No. 16 Barbara Oliveira (UWF) def. Victoria Rees (UNA) 6-2, 6-2#2 Taylor Brewster (UWF) def. Mallory Waites (UNA) 6-4, 6-4#3 Lenka Hola (UNA) def. Caitlyn Baines (UWF) 6-3, 6-4#4 Mariana Sonnervig (UWF) def. Teresa Franco (UNA) 7-5, 6-0#5 Cammie Gray (UWF) def. Jessica Keehn (UNA) 6-1, 6-0#6 Jacqueline March (UWF) vs. Incomplete Lineup (UNA) DefaultDoubles #1 Brewster/Baines (UWF) def. Rees/Waites (UNA) 8-2#2 Luiza Sonnervig/Paulina Ojeda (UWF) def.Hola/Franco (UNA) 8-3#3 Oliveira/M. Sonnervig (UWF) vs. Incomplete Lineup (UNA) DefaultPrint Friendly Versionlast_img read more

UWF Day of Play Takes Center Stage at Baseball/Softball Contests This Weekend

first_img Print Friendly Version All three programs will also play home contests on Friday, with tennis at home at 9 a.m. and Noon, softball at 4 p.m. and baseball at 6 p.m. The UWF baseball and softball teams will each play a doubleheader against Lee, beginning at 1 p.m. The Argonaut tennis programs will face Christian Brothers at 9 a.m. at the Ralph “Skeeter” Carson Tennis complex, before moving to the Roger Scott Tennis Center for a 3 p.m. match against Mississippi College. PENSACOLA, Fla. – The UWF athletics department will help kickoff 2019 Founders Week on Saturday with the Day of Play at the East Sports Complex on the Pensacola campus. The Day of Play at UWF opens with the Argo Mile at 11 a.m., with bounce houses, laser tag and other fun activities continuing at Noon. Head women’s basketball coach Stephanie Lawrence Yelton and senior All-American/Gulf South Conference Player of the Year Toni Brewer will throw out the ceremonial first pitch at Friday’s softball game. Men’s basketball standout Jon Brown, who won the GSC Freshman of the Year award, will throw out the first pitch at baseball on Saturday.Admission is free to all of the games this weekend. The Argo Mile is a 1-mile race for anyone ages seven and older. Every runner must write a predicted time in order to be placed in a heat.There will be a free “Little Mile” race for kids six and under. It will be the first event and consists of one lap around the track. Runners will receive a medal for finishing. This event is part of UWF Founders Week, a weeklong celebration of the University’s founding. Learn more at uwf.edu/foundersweek.last_img read more

Videos | UK football-Auburn week

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Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsDefaultsDoneClose Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.UK DT C.J. Johnson explains recent improvement.Video | UK safety Mike Edwards on college football experiencePlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window. The Video Cloud video was not found. Error Code: VIDEO_CLOUD_ERR_VIDEO_NOT_FOUNDlast_img read more

Blue Jays Hands Twins Their Ninth Straight Loss

first_img360p 1080p HD Auto (360p) TORONTO — The Minnesota Twins are not getting lucky this season. The Twins fell short to the Toronto Blue Jays yesterday (Saturday) 8-7.The Blue Jays handed the Twins their ninth straight loss.The Twins will take on the Blue Jays again today (Sunday) at 11:30 a.m. For full coverage of the game, tune into 1240 WJON.Getty Images About Connatix V56892 1/1 About Connatix V56892 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 720p HDlast_img

Rox to Open 2019 Season at Rochester

first_imgThe St. Cloud Rox and the Northwoods League announced their 2019 schedule today.  The Rox will begin the season with 2 games at Rochester May 28-29 before playing at Waterloo May 30-31.  The Rox home opener will be June 1 against the Bismarck Larks.The Northwoods League has expanded to 22 teams and will now play in 4 different divisions.  The four are; Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip About Connatix V56892 720p HD 360p About Connatix V56892center_img 1/1 1080p HD Auto (360p) Great Plains West: Bismarck, Mankato, Rochester, St. Cloud, Willmar.Great Plains East: Duluth, Eau Claire, La Crosse, Thunder Bay, Waterloo.Great Lakes West: Fond du Lac, Green Bay, Lakeshore, Madison, Wisconsin, Wisconsin Rapids.Great Lakes East: Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Kenosha, Kokomo, Rockford, Traverse City.The two expansion teams joining the Northwoods League in 2019 are Traverse City and Kokomo.  The St. Cloud Rox can be heard again in 2019 on AM 1390-Granite City Sports.  Learn more about the Rox at stcloudrox.com.last_img read more