APTN National NewsThe Northwest Territories sits on one of the largest untapped oil and gas reserves in the world and getting at those resources has never been easier thanks to new legislation passed by Ottawa.But as APTN’s Wayne Rivers reports, at least one Indigenous government isn’t pleaed with the new policies and they are going to court to try and stop them.
Information Technology Services will offer a cyber security awareness program for faculty, staff and students this fall.The program will inform the Brock community about the risks of being connected and teach safe practices to keep all of our systems and data as safe as possible after a nasty threat that resurfaced across the Internet this past week called Ransomware.Ransomware is a form of malware that encrypts files on an infected computer, including shared drives, and demands payment to decrypt them. There is no known way to decrypt these files once they are encrypted except to make the payment, which Brock University is strongly against.This type of infection is very disruptive and in some cases results in loss of data if backups are not being performed on a daily basis by the end user.??Ransomware is typically spread through email attachments, but can also be spread by visiting a malicious or hacked website that will try to exploit outdated browser plugins.The best way to avoid infection is to not open any attachments in emails from?unknown sources. Also avoid attachments from known sources that seem suspicious?and be careful of the websites visited.Keeping your systems up to date with security patches and staying current with your antivirus/malware protection software will also help protect your systems and data.If you suspect that your computer has been infected please turn the? computer off immediately and call the ITS Help Desk at ext. 4357.Recovering from a Ransomware infection depends on how quickly the infection is detected, how promptly the computer is powered off and whether a backup of your data is being done on a regular schedule.For more information on backing up your data please contact the ITS Help Desk.Information the Brock University cyber security awareness program will be posted as it becomes available.
← Previous Story Novak Djokovic enjoys Olympic atmosphere with handball stars! Next Story → Andrea Lekic about Women’s Tournament: “Norway is the first favourite for gold” In the three friendly matches which have been played in “Copper Box Arena” in London, Serbia, Sweden and Croatia win.SWEDEN – KOREA 28:20 (18:9)SERBIA – GREAT BRITAIN 41:18 (19:7)CROATIA – ICELAND 25:23 Copper Box ArenaHandball arena in LondonLondon handball
23,859 Views Monday 27 Feb 2017, 3:00 PM https://the42.ie/3261157 By AFP Android Short URL England rugby coach Jones wonders if Scotland can back up ‘big talk’ The Calcutta Cup will be a clash of egos in a fortnight’s time. Share Tweet Email ‘Expectations’“We’re looking forward to Scotland coming down,” said Jones ahead of the Triple Crown decider.“They’re talking big already, they’re on a roll, they’re confident, but they’ve got to carry round the expectations now for the whole Scotland nation for the next two weeks before they come down and play us,” the Australian added.For all the frustration he felt with Italy’s approach on Sunday, Jones — yet to lose a match as England coach after he was appointed following the team’s first-round exit at the 2015 World Cup — had no complaints about his side’s position.“If you said where we wanted to be at the end of three rounds (of the Six Nations), we’re exactly there.“Six tries, three wins, a bonus point. Mate, we’re flying.”Subscribe to The42 Rugby Show podcast here: Image: Morgan Treacy/INPHO ENGLAND HEAD COACH Eddie Jones tried to get an early blow in against Scotland by questioning whether they could back up “their big talk” in next month’s Calcutta Cup clash at Twickenham.Jones’ men remained on course for a second successive Grand Slam with a 36-15 win over Italy at Twickenham yesterday, after eventually overcoming the Azzurri’s spoiling tactics of refusing to commit to rucks.Victory over Scotland in the Calcutta Cup clash on 11 March would see Six Nations leaders England equal world champions New Zealand’s all-time record of 18 successive wins by a leading rugby union nation. Source: James Crombie/INPHOScotland, however, are on a roll after beating Wales 29-13 at Murrayfield on Saturday and can complete a Triple Crown by causing an upset at Twickenham.“We believe we can beat England if we play like we did in the second half,” said Scotland captain John Barclay after his side scored 20 unanswered points against Wales at Murrayfield.But the fact remains that Scotland have not beaten England at Twickenham since 1983. Feb 27th 2017, 3:00 PM Image: Morgan Treacy/INPHO 20 Comments ‘Some of the chat is just ridiculous. It affects the players’O’Shea delighted by England’s eventual show of respect as Italy refuse to be taken to the cleaners iTunes Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Woman arrested over gruesome machete murder of Mikolaj Wilk in Ballincollig The Cork resident was brutally assaulted on 10 June 2018. Mikolaj Wilk with his wife Elzbieta Short URL Friday 12 Apr 2019, 4:56 PM 13 Comments By Hayley Halpin 28,221 Views https://jrnl.ie/4589633 Share80 Tweet Email A WOMAN IN her 30s has been arrested by gardaí investigating the murder of Mikolaj Wilk last year. She is the fifth person to be arrested in connection with the brutal killing on 10 June 2018. The woman was arrested today and is currently being detained at Gurranabraher Garda Station under Section 50 of the Criminal Justice Act. A man in his 30s was arrested earlier this week and taken to Togher Garda Station. He remains in custody under Section 50 of the Criminal Justice Act. The three men previously arrested were released without charge and a file prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions. On 10 June 2018, four men kicked down 35-year-old Wilk’s front door in Ballincollig and subjected him to a brutal 10-minute assault with what gardaí believe was a machete. His family, including his two children, were in the house at the time.His wife Elzbieta suffered serious slash wounds to her arms and hands as she tried to fend off the attackers. The killing of Wilk, a father-of-two and landscape gardener originally from Poland, sent shockwaves through the local community. Previously, gardaí confirmed they were liaising with Latvian, Polish and Lithuanian police in their attempts to trace those responsible for his death. Mikolaj Wilk with his wife Elzbieta Apr 12th 2019, 4:56 PM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
What do you do when you’ve been trying to solve a murder for nearly a year and you’re out of leads? Sending 7,500 text messages to potential witnesses is one option.That’s what the Ontario Provincial Police are doing in an attempt to bring Frederick John Hatch’s killer to justice. 10 months ago, Hatch was murdered outside of Erin, Ontario, a town of about 11,000 residents that’s 50 miles northwest of Toronto.Despite offering a $50,000CAD reward, they’ve yet to receive any tips about the case. They even turned one of their vans into a rolling billboard, but the Crimestoppers phones remained silent. This week, they turned to a sort of modern take on the dragnet: a tower dump.What’s a tower dump? You’ve probably guessed that it involves cell towers. The “dump” part comes when police obtain a court order that compels carriers to provide the cell numbers of anyone who was near the scene of the crime.They do what they can to respect privacy. A previous request in Canada asking to dump nearly 100,000 numbers was denied by Justice John Sproat, who ruled it to be unconstitutional. Sproat laid out some pretty clear advice as to how tower dumps could be used in the future, and the OPP and RCMP agreed to follow them.Police are hopeful that people won’t see the texts as an intrusion. In the Hatch case, at least they’re being sent with the best of intentions: to get a killer off the streets. Privacy advocates don’t have a problem with it this time, but they do have very serious concerns about overreach in future cases… and it’s not hard to see why.
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Kolkata: The Central Store of the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) has been given the additional responsibility of repairing condemned vehicles or machines that were once used by various departments of the civic body. Mayor Firhad Hakim has recently handed over this responsibility to the Central Store with the Entally workshop unable to meet deadlines because of small number of employees who are unable to take up such repair works. The Central Store is involved in the purchase of equipment needed by various departments from time to time. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedThe defunct machines or vehicles like handcarts are dumped in the “condemned store”. Recently, employees at the Central Store have used parts of such discarded handcarts to come up with five new ones. Such handcarts are used by the Solid Waste Management department of the KMC. “These vehicles will be soon handed over to Entally workshop for use. We are also floating tender for manufacturing more such handcarts from those abandoned defunct vehicles,” a senior KMC official said. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseIt may be mentioned that after taking over as Mayor, Hakim had initially kept the charge of Central Store with him but later due to work pressure, he handed over its charge to Member Mayor-in-Council (Drainage) Tarak Singh. It was Singh who obtained the nod of the Mayor in taking up repair of the condemned articles in the Central Store. The Central Store has also put into use five fire extinguishers out of 250 that were lying abandoned in the KMC’s condemned store. Tenders will be floated for refilling of the rest of the fire extinguishers. In fact, the KMC has planned that the vehicles on wheels that will be handed over to the affected garment traders in Gariahat will also be made by the Store employees. The Central Store has also restored a battery-operated cart for waste disposal out of a good number of such vehicles that were lying defunct at the condemned store. “If this job is carried out with seriousness then the KMC will be able to save its expenditure to a reasonable extent,” the official said. It has been decided that 16 CCTV cameras will be installed in the Store for security of the various equipment. The condemned store will also have CCTVs. The surveillance infrastructure will be linked with the room of Singh as well as the manager of the Central Store. The KMC also has plans of setting up a modern laboratory at the Store for assessing the quality of new equipment that are purchased.
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Glen Helen Gorge Northern Territory. By Toby Hudson, via Wikimedia CommonsThe Australian Government is unlocking the vast potential of northern Australia small and medium tourism businesses with a new team of experts deployed to provide one-on-one business advice.This AU$13.6 million Northern Australia Tourism Initiative is one of a suite of new programmes announced in response to Our North, Our Future: White Paper on Developing Northern Australia.The initiative will combine the Entrepreneurs’ Programme with the Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) Programme to meet the needs of tourism businesses in northern Australia.This team of five expert Entrepreneurs’ Programme Business Advisers and Facilitators have an understanding of the challenges tourism businesses in the north face and will provide businesses with the right tools and advice to overcome these challenges.Tourism businesses in northern Australia with a turnover or operating expenditure of AU$750,000 or more will have access to the new dedicated team.“The north has untapped potential, abundant natural beauty and talented people,” Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science Christopher Pyne said.“It is also close to key trading markets in Asia. More business, trade and investment in the north helps all Australians through economic growth, more jobs, higher incomes and better living standards.”“The Government is committed to seeing northern Australia reach its full economic potential. This initiative furthers this pursuit by helping northern tourism businesses to market themselves to the world and to give them a competitive edge,” Minister for Northern Australia Josh Frydenberg said.Minister for Small Business and Assistant Treasurer, Kelly O’Dwyer, said the successful ASBAS programme would also be extended and tailored for small tourism businesses in northern Australia.“Australia’s two million small businesses employ over 4.5 million people and deliver $340 billion for our economy every year,” Minister O’Dwyer said. In Northern Australia alone, there are around 100,000 small businesses.“This initiative will support small tourism businesses to lead the economic charge in northern Australia.”Established not-for-profit small business advisory services can now apply for funding through the ASBAS programme to increase their capacity to provide low cost advice to tourism small businesses in northern Australia.Small businesses can expect to be able to receive this tailored assistance from ASBAS Northern Australia Tourism Initiative providers from mid-2016.“Tourism is one of five key sectors that will provide economic growth into the future – this initiative will help businesses in the north capitalise on that growth,” Minister for Tourism Senator Richard Colbeck said.“It will encourage more tourists to visit our spectacular rural and regional areas which will bring widespread benefits to local communities, including jobs.”“I am particularly eager to see growth in indigenous tourism – to support genuine employment while retaining connection to country. We are seeing a surge in demand for indigenous tourism experiences from our high value tourism markets.” Developing northern AustraliaSource = Australian Government
Super Bowl Live concert series will include Prince tribute by The Associated Press Posted Dec 1, 2017 12:27 pm PDT Last Updated Dec 1, 2017 at 1:00 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email MINNEAPOLIS – A series of free, outdoor concerts during the 10-days leading up to the Super Bowl will include a Prince tribute and plenty of Minnesota flavour.Producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis announced their concert lineup for Super Bowl Live on Friday.The festival will include a “Prince night,” during which Sheila E., the Revolution and Morris Day & the Time will pay tribute to the Purple One.The New Power Generation will also perform during the festival, as well as other Twin Cities favourites, including Soul Asylum, the Suburbs, Bob Mould, Mint Condition, and more.Jimmy “Jam” Harris says the concert series is an opportunity to showcase Minnesota music for a worldwide audience.One non-local act will be Idina Menzel. She’ll open the series by singing a hit from the Disney movie “Frozen.”
President Nicos Anastasiades had not set preconditions for the resumption of talks as certain people had suggested, government spokesman Prodromos Prodromou said on Saturday, a day after it emerged that the UN would be dispatching a senior official to test the waters for resuming reunification talks.Responding to the release of an advanced copy of UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres’ report, Prodromou noted the fact that he was interested in continuing the negotiation and intended to appoint an envoy to sound out the two sides.Anstasiades, the spokesman said “was not setting preconditions as certain people had suggested; he meant exactly what the SG is proposing now, that is, an adviser to test the waters, to determine if readiness really exists.“We hope the Turkish side will also display readiness since, as it is known, so far there was no positive response from Anakara to appoint an SG adviser,” Prodromou said. “In any case, our side, the president, is ready.”“I believe there is still scope for the sides to act responsibly and decisively in order to chart a common way forward for the island,” Guterres said in his report.“In the coming period, I intend to send a senior UN official to conduct in-depth consultations with the parties. The consultations will provide a more formal, structured, and detailed channel for the parties to convey to the UN the outcomes of their reflection since Crans-Montana and to help determine whether conditions have or have not matured at this stage for a meaningful process. I encourage the parties to recognise the importance of this exercise and to seize the opportunity accordingly.”He said that should the sides jointly decide to resume talks, the six-point framework that he had introduced in Crans-Montana on June 30, 2017 could form the basis for negotiations aimed at reaching a strategic agreement and paving the way for the comprehensive settlement.The framework contained elements related to territory, political equality, property, equivalent treatment, and security and guarantees and became the focus of a debate in the Greek Cypriot side after Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci announced in April this year that he accepted it the way it was submitted.The secretary-general’s statement in his report that his June 30 framework could form the basis of negotiations is significant because of the government’s response to Akinci’s invitation to resume talks based on the framework.Anastasiades issued a written statement on May 2, in which he replied that if Akinci accepted the Guterres’ framework, “as it was presented to the sides on July 4, this is a positive development”.However the July 4 document was not the Guterres framework but rather the Greek Cypriot’s interpretation of it, following clarifications from former special envoy Espen Barth Eide.Prodromou said the secretary-general’s report proved there was interest and the Greek Cypriot side was satisfied because “reference is made to the Guterres framework, which, beyond dates, discussions, it clearly includes six parameters, among which the two that are essential to us, abolition of guarantees and Turkey’s rights of intervention, and withdrawal of the occupying army.” You May LikeBusiness+15 JOBS WE’RE ABOUT TO LOSE THANKS TO COMPUTERSBusiness+UndoWomenReality6 Tasty Foods That Help You Grow Hair Much FasterWomenRealityUndoZimbioWhat You Need To Know About Every Movie Coming To Theaters This SummerZimbioUndo Heroes’ welcome for Israeli teens after woman detained for false rape claim (Update 2)UndoTwo days of music to dance toUndoMayors lobbying president to prevent local govt mergersUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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The electoral college which elects the vice president, 30, Agents allegedly seized 32 grams of heroin and a gun from the residence there.A day later task force agents arrested Darnell Warren 50 of Minneapolis in the parking lot of the Paul Bunyan Mall in Bemidji The warrant said agents also allegedly seized from Warren 12 grams of heroin 32 grams of cocaine four grams of crack cocaine and about two grams of mushroomsThe two busts coincided with another arrest last week in Cass Lake on the Leech Lake Indian Reservation where authorities nabbed Robert Cody Mcrunels 48 of Detroit on suspicion of first-degree controlled substance sales Agents allegedly bought about 14 grams of heroin from Mcrunels and co-conspirator Karla Jean Thompson 34 of Cass Lake Residents of Shadadi and Lanto communities in Kuje Area Council on Saturday lamented the deplorable state of roads epileptic power supply and lack of portable water in the areas Some residents of the communities who spoke to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kuje on Saturday said the state of infrastructure had hindered economic and social lives in the communities Malam Aminu Garba a resident of Shadadi community blamed the deplorable state of road linking the community to the insensitivity of Kuje Area Council to the wellbeing of residents “This is the only road linking this community and we have approached the council severally on the need to either tar it or rehabilitate it to facilitate transportation system “The most painful part of the issue is that the electricity we are having in the community today is 100 per cent community sponsored “We are appealing to Kuje Area Council Administration to come to our aid and get the road rehabilitated in the interest of fairness” he said Mr Haruna Dogo a farmer and resident of Lanto village said the deplorable state of road linking the community had resulted to selling of agricultural products at giveaway prices He said that 90 per cent of the residents in the community were farmers adding that the rehabilitation of the road would ease transportation of agricultural products and enhance their economic lives “We are predominantly farmers in this community and our source of encouragement has been our ability to convey our produce to Kuje market “Since the road became deplorable it has not been easy for us to convey our products to the market and we have always been forced to sell at giveaway prices A market woman Mrs Amaka Eze appealed to the Kuje Area Council Administration to come to the aid of resident of Lanto community She said that the state of road had resulted to high cost of transportation of goods and services to Kuje market “In the past when the road was in a good state farmers are always encouraged to bring their goods and products to the market’’ she said NAN Megan Huntsman 39 was ordered held in lieu of $6 million bail on Monday on suspicion of murdering six newborn babies whose tiny bodies were found rolled up in shirts towels and plastic bags and stashed inside separate cardboard boxes in the garage of her former homePolice in the Salt Lake City suburb of Pleasant Grove Utah say Huntsman has admitted under questioning that she strangled or suffocated the six babies just after they were born in a rare case of serial infanticide that ran from 1996 to 2006The body of a seventh infant born during the same period and disposed of the same way also was found in the garage but police say they believe that child was stillbornPolice disclosed new findings in the case as medical examiners continued autopsies on the remains and DNA tests aimed at confirming such details as the manner and cause of the infants’ deaths their parentage and their gendersFollowing extensive interviews with neighbors and family members including Huntsman’s three older children – all daughters now aged 20 18 and 14 – investigators say the mother somehow managed to keep nearly a decade of consecutive pregnancies a secret"We have not found anybody who has ever suspected that she was pregnant" Pleasant Grove police Captain Mike Roberts said"All seven were born in the home" Roberts said "We have no proof of any medical anything during any of the seven pregnancies Nothing"PUZZLE OF SURVIVING CHILDAdding to the puzzle is the fact that at least one of Huntsman’s surviving daughters the 14-year-old was born in the middle of the period during which the mother is suspected of killing six of her babiesHuntsman was arrested on Sunday after her estranged husband Darren Brad West found the body of one infant tucked into a cabinet while cleaning out the garage at the home and called police authorities have said Investigators then discovered the six other remainsHe is believed to be the father of all seven though neither West nor the three surviving daughters – also presumed to be his children – are suspects "at this point" Roberts saidWest 41 who was released from federal prison earlier this year after serving time for a drug conviction and now resides in a halfway house in Utah had been preparing to move back into the Pleasant Grove house which is owned by his parents Huntsman left the house in 2011 to move in with her boyfriend in another Salt Lake City suburb according to policeHer three surviving daughters remained in the Pleasant Grove home sharing the house with West’s sister and her husband who reside in a basement apartment there police saidRoberts said all of the deceased babies though their remains were badly decomposed appeared to have been carried to full term He said autopsies might be completed on Wednesday but declined to say when results would be releasedRoberts also said he was aware of reports that Huntsman recently suffered a miscarriage a development he said was still under investigationPleasant Grove neighbors report seeing fluctuations in Huntsman’s weight over the years but say they never suspected she was pregnant Similarly Roberts said Huntsman’s two adult daughters told police they were unaware of the pregnancies their mother concealedPolice say they do not believe mental illness was a factor in the killings Based on interviews with Huntsman investigators say they have a motive but have yet to reveal it"I’ve heard speculation that she was in a cult" Roberts said "but that’s all coming from the neighbors Unfortunately we can’t release the motive at this point"Roberts said he expects formal charges in the case to be filed by prosecutors by next Monday when an arraignment has been scheduled for HuntsmanThe Chairman Congress of University Academics at the Obafemi Awolowo University Dr Niyi Sumonu has spoken on the case involving a a professor at the university Richard Akindele accused of requesting for sex from a female student in order to raise her scores Professor Akindele was on Monday fingered in sex allegations after leaked conversation between him and the student emerged online In the said phone conversation the professor could be heard asking the student to have sex with him five times to upgrade her scored from 33 to a pass mark Reacting Sumonu asked the university to investigate the matter He said “If it is established that this is true the person who perpetrated that does not belong to the academic environment We are supposed to mould the lives of the students – males and females” Also Reacting the immediate past Deputy Coordinator of NANS in the South West Mr Saheed Afolabi called for a thorough investigation into the matter He said “This is becoming too rampant these days and I want the management of the OAU to investigate this Although we are still making efforts to know the female student this should not be swept under the carpet” The Public Relations Officer of OAU Mr Abiodun Olanrewaju had earlier stated that the university would set up a committee to ascertain the veracity of the telephone conversation as the matter was a serious one Olanrewaju was quoted as saying“We have listened to the audio and we cannot conclude on it now because this is the age 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