Companies in this story: (TSX:ABX)The Canadian Press TORONTO — Barrick Gold Corp. reported a first-quarter profit of US$111 million, down from a profit of $158 million in the same quarter last year.The gold miner, which keeps its books in U.S. dollars, says the profit amounted to six cents per share for the quarter, down from 14 cents per share a year earlier.Revenue totalled $2.09 billion, up from $1.79 billion in the same quarter last year.On an adjusted basis, Barrick says it earned 11 cents per share in the first quarter of this year, down from an adjusted profit of 15 cents per share a year ago.Analysts on average had expected a profit of nine cents per share, according to Thomson Reuters Eikon.Barrick completed a merger with Randgold Resources Ltd. at the start of the year.
The United Nations General Assembly committee working out a proposed Convention on protecting and promoting the rights of persons with disabilities is closing in on provisions concerning privacy, security, equality, non-discrimination and the right to life and liberty, UN officials said today.The participants reached a general agreement that States parties must protect the privacy of persons with disabilities, including their personal, health and rehabilitation information, and must prevent arbitrary or unlawful interference with their family, home, correspondence and communications.There was also general support for proposed text on equality and non-discrimination, which deals with movement with the greatest possible independence, freedom from torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, and freedom from exploitation, violence and abuse.Under provisions of the draft treaty, States would be required to find ways of promoting awareness of the capabilities and contributions of persons with disabilities, and combating stereotypes and prejudices.Some delegates said their countries might not be financially able to subsidize the high-quality mobility devices and assistive technologies that would ensure independent and free movement, UN officials said.The negotiating session continues until 3 February. read more
MOREHEAD, Ky. — Drew McDonald notched his first career triple-double, Tyler Sharpe sank five 3-pointers on his way to a career-high 28 points and Zaynah Robinson added 20 points, five rebounds and four assists as Northern Kentucky breezed to a 93-71 victory over Morehead State on Tuesday night.McDonald, a senior who came into the game with 38 career double-doubles, finished with 12 points, 14 rebounds and 11 assists for the Norse (7-1). It was the first triple-double by a Norse player since 2001 (Craig Conley had 24 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists). Sharpe and Robinson combined to make 17 of 26 shots from the floor and the Norse shot 63 per cent from the field (37 of 59). Dantez Walton hit three 3s and scored 15.A.J. Hicks paced the Eagles (2-5) with 20 points and tied his career high with nine steals. Lamontray Harris pitched in with 15 points, seven rebounds and five assists, while De’Von Cooper scored 14.Morehead State led 21-16, but the Norse went on an 11-0 run to grab the lead for good and Walton’s 3-pointer at the buzzer gave Northern Kentucky a 46-38 lead at halftime. The Norse wasted little time pulling away in the second half, using a 21-6 run to go up 67-44 with 12:13 left in the game.The Associated Press read more
Magnolias, camellias and rhododendrons will be flowering this week, the RHS saysCredit:John Millar/National Trust Spring “could be over in the blink of an eye” and the public should enjoy blossoming flowers while they can, the Royal Horticultural Society has warned.Recent cold weather has meant that flowers have remained in bud for longer than usual, but warmer temperatures this week will likely result in a “magnificent” display as many plants flower at once.The advice comes after the Met Office’s announcement that a mini-heatwave will hit Britain on Thursday, with highs of 25C (77F) in South East England and a dry weekend for most of Britain.The arrival of the sun follows an unusually cold spring season, and the coldest March day on record.This year, spring blossoming may be over within days, as summer flowers prepare to take over.”I would urge people to get outside into their gardens or visit green spaces this weekend as spring could be over in the blink of an eye and you really don’t want to miss what’s coming,” said Guy Barber, RHS chief horticulturalist. Temperatures are not expected to stay high at the beginning of next week, with weather returning to “something a bit nearer to normal”, with temperatures of 18C or 19C (65F).“That doesn’t mean it’s going to come with rain, just temperatures will cool down a bit,” Mr Snell said.“We’re not quite into summer yet…but compared to the cold start to spring, this week will certainly be feeling very different.” “Look out for daffodils – they are usually over by now, but later flowers are still stupendous; flowering cherries are at their best and with the rain holding off, will be looking sensational.”Magnolias are flowering late, as are camellias and rhododendrons.”Usually spring begins in March and lasts until mid-May, so this shorter, condensed spring will create magnificent displays in our gardens, public spaces and roadsides across the UK as everything flowers at once.”Although February and March gave the UK the freezing “beast from the East” cold snap and Storm Emma, temperatures this week will “comfortably break” the warmest day of the year so far, the Met Office said.The top temperature recorded this year so far is 19.5C (67F) but this week could see the record beaten by more than 5C (9F).“Compared to what we have seen so far this spring, many parts of the country will be seeing a warmer spell, even into Scotland, come Thursday,” Craig Snell, Senior Meteorologist, told The Telegraph.“The warmest of the temperatures are going to be focused across the North West of London, up towards the Midlands, especially come Wednesday and Thursday, with Thursday possibly peaking out around 25C (77F) in a few spots.”“The majority of the country will see a good end of the week, with any further cloud and rain becoming restricted to western Scotland and the far west of Northern Ireland at times,” he said. Temperatures 🌡️ are set to rise for many areas through next week. Staying cool around the coasts though pic.twitter.com/iAKOioKnO4— Met Office (@metoffice) April 15, 2018 Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. read more
A woman accidentally packed a snake in her luggage after visiting her daughter in Australia and brought it all the way home to the UK.Moira Boxall discovered the spotted python hidden in a shoe, the day after she arrived back in Scotland having caught three flights from Queensland to Glasgow, on a 40-hour, 11,500 mile journey.The snake survived the trip, shedding its skin in the process, and Mrs Boxall initially thought it was a toy her family had planted as a joke.The 72-year-old grandmother said she got the “biggest shock” of her life when she “pulled at it” and the non-venomous python moved in the slip-on shoe.She added: “I honestly thought it was toy and my family were playing a joke on me. But then it started moving, I saw its head and its fangs were going. I got the biggest shock of my life. The snake moved when Mrs Boxall touched itCredit:Press Team Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Mr Airlie, her son-in-law, said: “She had woken up a few days before she left and thought she had seen a snake in her room. Somehow or other it got from Mackay to Glasgow without being detected.”He said that during her stay he had played down the fact that snakes are common central Queensland, adding: “She said she’s not so keen to come back and visit, but I suspect she will.”The animal is now in quarantine at the SSPCA’s rescue and re-homing centre in Edinburgh. “It was very frightening but I knew I had to get it out of the house as quickly as possible. I ran down the stairs with it to the garden.”I put an empty carton of margarine over it and then a bucket and then a cardboard box which I put bricks on top of it.” It was then put into her luggage for a journey home via lengthy stopovers in Brisbane and Dubai.Mrs Boxall, a widow, added: “There had been really bad storms when I was in Australia and I was told that the snakes like to try and get inside when the weather is like that.”I am just stunned that it made it all the way back to Scotland with me. I had an eight hour stopover in Brisbane and a nine hour stopover in Dubai so I was travelling for more than 40 hours.”An officer from the Scottish SPCA arrived at Mrs Boxall’s home within an hour of her call last Thursday, the day after she arrived home, to collect the python. The small snake had curled up inside a slip-on shoeCredit:Press Team Mrs Boxall, from Bridge of Allan, had been visiting her daughter Sarah Airlie, 45, son-in-law Paul, 43, and her granddaughter Emily, seven, at their home in Mackay, Queensland.Three weeks before the end of her seven-week trip, she was woken at 5am by a crashing sound. She said a 2ft snake had found its way into the room and knocked over a plant on a bedside table. Her family hired a snake catcher but when he arrived there was no trace of the animal. The widow believes it must have slithered into her shoe and spent the next three weeks hibernating. read more
handballhandball transfersrok praznik ← Previous Story HUNGARY: Pick Szeged victorious in Budapest Next Story → BRAZIL: Men’s National Championship began Experienced left back Rok Praznik (33) will play for RK Celje Pivovarna Lasko without salary – for free! Ex-player of French Paris Saint German will stay in his first proffesional team at least until January with an clausule that he can leave Celje due transfer abroad whenever he wants.– I am very happy to come home in Celje. Only when you play abroad you can really realize what Celje means to European handball. what we don’t know in Slovenia. In this team I learned most of the handball lessons which I only improved in other teams. That knowledge and experience I am ready to share with the young guys who are playing now – said Praznik to Celje’s official website.Praznik left Celje in 2001. He played for French Ivry, Vilerbaune, PSG, but also RK Cimos Koper and Spanish Naturhouse LA Rioja.Rastko Stojkovic also won’t get money for playing at RK Crvena zvezda Beograd. read more
THE MASTER OF the Rotunda maternity hospital Dr Sam Coulter-Smith has said the level of activity is still “unsustainable”, despite warning the HSE and Department of Health about it previously.In the hospital’s annual report, Coulter-Smith said 2012 was the second busiest year in the history of the hospital.Some 11,000 women booked for maternity care, 8,845 mothers were delivered of 9,041 babies greater than or equal to 500g. This was a reduction of approximately 3 per cent on the previous year, but Coulter-Smith said the “extraordinarily high level of activity” is maintained, evidenced by the fact that over one 24 hour period in late December there were 42 deliveries.This level of activity is unsustainable, particularly when simultaneous emergencies occur and it is a credit to the hospital front line staff that the safety levels are maintained. The HSE and the Department of Health have been notified on multiple occasions during the year of the intolerably high levels of activity and the clinical risks that arise and we will continue to address this issue with our funders.Staffing levelsAdrienne Foran, Head of the Department of Neonatology also said in the report that the inability to replace frontline staff that are on sick or maternity leave “is starting to show its effect”.At times we have been significantly short of neonatal nurses for the unit and while the Executive Management have tried to replace these with midwives from around the hospital which has eased the burden a little in special care, it is a different skill mix needed in the intensive care environment. If we are to maintain our tertiary status we must have adequate nursing levels.“Current financial constraints will not only affect the services we can deliver but also threaten the morale of those staff at the front line,” she said. “While we aim to reduce unnecessary expenses we must be aware of short-term cost efficiencies that may have long-term implications.”National Children’s HospitalThe report also expressed “significant disappointment” at the decision to build the new National Children’s Hospital elsewhere.“The committee believes that a once-in-a-century opportunity to properly serve and minister to the children of this country was missed,” Chairman Michael Horgan commented.Chairman Johnathan Bewley also said the refusal of planning permission for the children’s hospital on the Mater site, “wiped out all the planning and work that we had done in other to trilocate the Rotunda on this site”.He said the hospital is “critically short” of operating theatres, delivery rooms and pre and post natal inpatient facilities.“Our outpatients departments are far too small to deal with the throughput of mothers and babies safely,” he added.Coulter-Smith also made reference to the “tragic death” of Savita Halappanavar in Galway last year. He said the hospital will undertake to self-assess against any recommendations that emerge from the investigations into her death.Read: ‘An appalling indictment of State failure’: Consultant calls for more maternity staff> read more
Evergreen High School was dismissed early Wednesday after a plumbing problem left 1,700 students and 200 staff members without a supply of fresh water.After several hours, the problem was traced to a backflow connection, which is installed where the school’s water supply connects to the city’s system.The problem was resolved and students can return to class Thursday, according to an alert from the district.Backflow prevention devices protect drinkable water from contamination. They prevent any possibility of contaminated water flowing back into the water system. The water went out at the campus about noon, and the district ultimately sent students home shortly after 1 p.m.
Two people apparently drowned Tuesday afternoon on tributaries of the Lewis River in north Clark County about 20 miles apart from each other.Both incidents were reported to 911 around 4:15 p.m. According to emergency radio traffic, a man reportedly jumped into the East Fork of the Lewis River and did not surface at Moulton Falls Park near Yacolt. Around the same time, a boater reported a body in the North Fork of the Lewis River in Woodland. Emergency crews responding to Moulton Falls Park recovered the body of a 45-year-old man that was submerged in a 10-foot-deep part of the East Fork, according to a Clark County Sheriff’s Office news release. Witnesses reported seeing a man jump from the rocks at Moulton Falls into the swirling water below, and when he didn’t come back up, witnesses called 911.The man’s body was sent to the medical examiner. The man’s name was not released Tuesday.In a separate incident, a fire engine and a rescue boat with Clark County Fire & Rescue went to the scene of a reported drowning near the Lewis River Golf Course in the Woodland area. Once there, first responders could see a body under the water, said Clark County Fire & Rescue Battalion Chief Tim Dawdy. The Cowlitz County dive team and Fire District 6’s technical rescue team were called in to recover the body.The body of a man was found midstream on the bottom of the river, which is about 8 to 10 feet deep in that spot, according to the sheriff’s office. The man, whose identity was not released, was not wearing a life jacket, the agency said. His body was turned over to the medical examiner, who will perform an autopsy.“We don’t know how long that body has been there,” Dawdy said.An unoccupied small fishing boat was found amid some debris just upstream from where the man was recovered. Police say he’s associated with the boat. read more
SOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – Crews came to the rescue of a man after, officials said, his boat overturned in Southwest Miami-Dade.According to Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, the boater had some trouble on the water near the Blackpoint Marina Channel, causing his vessel to capsize, Tuesday afternoon.MDFR later dispatched a team to bring the man back to shore. They took photos of the boater sitting on the overturned vessel.Officials said the sinking situation may have been caused by a mechanical issue.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
MIAMI (WSVN) – City of Miami Police are investigating a shooting that sent one man to the hospital, early Saturday morning.According to officials, the shooting occurred near Batting Cage Sports Bar & Lounge, in the area of Northwest 17th Avenue and Northwest Seventh Street, just before 4:30 a.m.The victim was transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Ryder Trauma Center in stable condition.Police are searching for the shooter. If you have any information on their whereabouts, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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ABCD movie pre-release event posterTwitterABCD – American Born Confused Desi starring Allu Sirish and Rukshar Dhillon will have its pre-release event on Monday and natural star Nani will be the chief guest at the function which will be live streamed on YouTube.ABCD – American Born Confused Desi is a comedy-drama movie and is a remake of the Malayalam film of the same name starring Dulquer Salmaan, Jacob Gregory, Aparna Gopinath and Tovino Thomas. Sanjeev Reddy is making his debut as an independent director with this film, which is produced by Madhura Sreedhar Reddy and Yash Rangineni on Madhura Entertainment and BigBen Cinemas.ABCD has completed the formalities of the regional censor board and received a U certificate from it. The movie is now scheduled for worldwide release on May 14 and the makers have already kick-started its promotions. As a part of its publicity, they are holding a grand pre-release event at JRC Convention Centre in Hyderabad this evening.It is reported that Allu Sirish requested his close friend Nani to grace the function of ABCD as its chief guest and the latter has agreed to take out some time from his busy schedule for this event. Allu Sirish tweeted on May 10, “Our ABCD unit & myself thank Natural Star @NameisNani garu for agreeing to be the chief guest of our ABCD pre release event. Details : 13th May, JRC Convention Centre. 7pm onwards.”Hours before the pre-release event of ABCD started, Allu Sirish took to his Twitter account today remind his followers about it. The actor the mega family wrote, “The pre release event of ABCD, today 7pm at JRC Convention Center. My dear @NameisNani is the chief guest. See you tonight! #abcdmovie.”Bembers from the mega family will grace the pre-release event of ABCD. Some other celebs from the film industry are expected to attend this function, which is telecast live on some TV channels. The event is also live streamed on various YouTube channels. Click the following video to watch the function live. read more
After Google and Facebook Twitter may be next to ban cryptocurrency adsReutersFollowing suit of tech giants Google and social networking platform Facebook, Twitter is now mulling over banning Cryptocurrency, Initial coin offerings (ICO), and token sales advertisements on its platform.A new advertising policy will be implemented in the upcoming weeks to prohibit advertisements for initial coin offerings (ICOs), token sales, and cryptocurrency wallets globally, said a Sky News report. “Twitter may also ban all ads for cryptocurrency exchanges, with some limited exceptions, when the policy is launched” the report added.Facebook and Google announced a similar ban earlier. On March 14, Alphabet Inc’s Google announced that it will ban online advertisements promoting cryptocurrencies, initial coin offerings, financial spread betting, etc starting June 2018. The move is part of its new restricted financial products policy (June 2018).Google said it would update the financial service policy to restrict the advertisement of Contracts for Difference, rolling spot forex, and financial spread betting in June. Also, advertisements for the binary options and synonymous products, cryptocurrencies and related content will also not allowed on Google.In January, Facebook, world’s largest social media network added a new advertising policy and banned all advertising for cryptocurrencies saying they are frequently associated with misleading promotional practices.After various countries expressed anxiety over the legal tender of cryptocurrency many banks and financial institutions have started initiating measures to discourage it, by not allowing their credit and debit cards to be used for the cryptocurrency transactions.There were reports of banning purchases of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies on JPMorgan Chase & Co., Bank of America Corp and Citigroup Inc. credit cards in US.According to The Guardian’s report in the UK, Lloyds Banking Group which includes Halifax, MBNA, and Bank of Scotland have banned credit card customers from buying bitcoin. read more
e-cigarette smoking is increasingly promoted as a safer alternative to cigarette smoking but a team of researchers has found that e-cigarettes have immediate effects on pulmonary function in mild asthmatic young smokers.The findings showed that e-cigarette smoking caused acute pulmonary function impairment, lasting for less than 30 minutes after smoking.“The results show that as it happens with cigarette smoking, e-cigarette smoking has more deleterious short-term effects on asthmatics compared with healthy smokers,” said Andreas Lappas from the Hellenic Cancer Society in Athens, Greece. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’In a study, published in the journal CHEST, of 54 young cigarette and e-cigarettes smokers aged 18-31, 27 had mild controlled asthma and the other 27 were healthy. The results suggest that measurements of airway obstruction and inflammation were worse after e-cigarette sessions and these findings were more severe in asthmatics. “It adds to the growing body of research pointing to the dangers of e-cigarettes. Especially for asthma, further research is needed in order to assess the risks of long-term e-cigarette use,” Lappas added. read more
Kolkata: To implement Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) as a pilot project, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the state Power department and The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) on Thursday at Vidyut Unnayan Bhavan in Salt Lake. Apart from the MoU, the first project inception meeting was also held.According to the Power department officials, to meet the demand of future electric based-vehicles, this project is essential. The project has been structured into two phases, with a total duration of 3 years to constitute the research work and develop the guidelines thereafter. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeIn the first phase, guidelines would be developed on battery system sizing and placement, control architecture, customisation, feasibility assessment and project realisation. A comprehensive module would also be developed to assist various utilities of the Power department, including West Bengal State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (WBSEDCL), in determining application-specific optimum battery capacity and levelled cost of storage. Phase II aims to facilitate integration of a BESS as a pilot installation at the distribution level and assist the distribution utility in implementation of the pilot project. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedThe locations of such centers could be Salt Lake, New Town, Howrah, Naredrapur-Garia belt and a few others where rapid urbanisation is taking place. “We believe that such battery energy storage solutions could be an exciting and game-changing innovation that could be effectively utilised in urban areas, especially where a huge amount of distributed solar rooftop systems & electric vehicles are going to be integrated within the distribution network. BESS will enable Discoms to manage their grid more effectively and provide quality & reliable power to their consumers through localized control” said Alekhya Datta, Fellow & Area Convenor of TERI. read more
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AccorHotels, in partnership with real estate developer Shanghai United, has announced that a new-build luxury boutique MGallery by Sofitel hotel will be built in Sydney CBD’s Castlereagh Street, following an official signing ceremony on Wednesday 24 May.The new-build $120-million luxury hotel will be located on the corner block of 110-118 Bathurst and 203 Castlereagh Streets as part of a $380-million mixed-use development. The project will comprise a new-build 36-storey tower with a 121-room hotel housed over Levels 1-9 with 131 residential apartments above on Levels 10-34.Designed by Candelapas & Associates architects, The Porter House Hotel, MGallery by Sofitel and residential apartments will interweave the existing 1870s Heritage-listed Porter House adjacent to the tower, which will be thoughtfully redeveloped as part of the project.The Porter House will feature four levels of additional facilities, including lobby, pool and fitness centre, two restaurants, a fourth floor bar with roving art gallery, meeting and private dining facilities and a business centre. Valet parking will also be provided for all cars.The 121 guest rooms and suites in the new tower will take their cue from the heritage building with thoughtful use of materials and detailing, including beautifully stitched rich leathers, bronze glass round showers, polished metal accents, timber and heritage-inspired decorative tiles.COO Pacific for AccorHotels, Simon McGrath, said: “We are thrilled to develop a new strategic partnership with Shanghai United on this landmark development for Sydney’s CBD … The Sydney hotel sector is the strongest in Australia with consistent occupancy levels in the mid-high 80% range and average rates growing sharply. This new MGallery by Sofitel hotel will stand to greatly benefit from the tourism and infrastructure boom we are currently seeing with projects such as the International Convention Centre and light rail development.Construction on The Porter House Hotel, MGallery by Sofitel will commence in early 2018 with completion expected in December 2020.The new Porter House Hotel, MGallery by Sofitel will complement the existing Harbour Rocks Hotel in the city and join a network of over 10 MGallery by Sofitel hotels across Australia and New Zealand and over 80 worldwide. read more
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