Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out Home News Decision 2018 Podcasts Newsletter TV Radio Weather About LIFESTYLE TV11 TV8 TVone GNN i94-FM Isla63-AM Auto Beauty & Style Entertainment Food Health Home/Family Money Pets Tech Travel VideoBytes Press Releases Guam remains in COR 3 at this time; Tropical Depression still moving toward the Marianas Posted: Friday, September 28, 2018 4:13 PM EDTUpdated: Friday, September 28, 2018 4:39 PM EDT The National Weather Service (NWS) – Guam Weather Forecast Office maintains a tropical storm watch in effect for Guam and Rota, meaning tropical storm conditions are possible within the next 24 hours.Guam remains in Condition of Readiness (COR) 3 at this time. COR 3 means damaging winds of 39-57 mph are expected within 48 hours. Although there is a possibility that Guam can remain in COR 3 for the duration before returning to COR 4, the community should be prepared to take necessary action if conditions … [Read more...] about Guam remains in COR 3 at this time; Tropical Depression still moving toward the Marianas
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Tests later showed that the self-made millionaire and founder of the hugely successful Insomnia coffee chain had head and neck cancer. "It took them a while to find out whether it was related to HPV [Human papillomavirus]," Kerry recalls now. It was. HPV is a family of common viruses that are passed on through sexual contact. In most cases, HPV goes away on its own and does not cause any health problems. However, there are numerous strains of HPV, some of which can cause cancer or precancerous lesions. HPV is now so common that around 80pc of Irish men and women will get the virus at some point in their lives. Although HPV can cause cancer in males - around 85 men in Ireland are diagnosed with HPV-related cancers every year - the HSE currently offers HPV vaccination only to girls in their first year of secondary school. However, the benefits of a vaccination programme for boys as well as girls is two-fold; not only does it help to prevent the spread of the virus to others, it also … [Read more...] about HPV jab: why are boys missing out?
9 May 2018 EnvironmentClimate The Bonn Climate Change Conference reinforces that such processes will not arrive at just solutions for the majority world, Harpeet Kaur Paul writes Tasked with exploring ways in which to avert, minimize and address climate harms, the Suva Expert Dialogue – which took place from 2–3 May during the ongoing Bonn Climate Change Conference – was able only to agree to yet another meeting, theExCom8, for deciding the scope of the next technical paper on loss and damage. Delegates from Sudan, Botswana and other developing countries insisted on the need for concrete proposals to address already occurring and ‘exploding’ climate risks and harms before the next COP (COP24), to be held from 3–14 December this year in Poland. As has now become natural law, developed countries shielded themselves from responsibility behind bureaucratic processes. French, Swiss, British, American and Canadian delegates have been silent on … [Read more...] about Climate justice from below for climate harms
There is more bad news for the beleaguered high street as women’s fashion chain Jacques Vert collapsed into administration putting 1,408 jobs at risk. The brand, which has outlets across the South West including Plymouth and Exeter, trades from concessions in Debenhams, House of Fraser, M&Co and some independent retailers. It is further bad news for the troubled department stores Debenhams and House of Fraser, both on the verge of shutting either stores or floors, as they stand to lose a key concession. Jacques Vert, which specialises in dresses and evening wear, could be found in Debenhams in Plymouth and Exeter, House of Fraser in Exeter, and in stores in Truro, Newton Abbot, Sidmouth and Barnstaple. The brand’s owner Calvetron cited rising costs and constrained consumer spending as major reasons for the brand’s demise. Calvetron was founded by two east London tailors in 1972, employs 1,408 people and has about 300 store concessions. Administrators at Duff & … [Read more...] about Fresh blow for High Street as key fashion brand collapses
On Thursday (May 3) polls will open across Surrey to elect the councillors who will make some of the decisions that will have the biggest impact on our lives and area. In Reigate and Banstead , one third of councillors will be elected onto the council this year and we have listed the candidates here. We went to representatives of the parties, giving candidates the opportunity to tell you why you should vote for them. Many of them have different opinions on the future of their wards and the issues affecting the borough so let's get right down to it. Read More It's nearly election time Banstead Village Graham Burr – Liberal Democrat My wife and I moved to Reigate and Banstead 30 years ago, attracted by the country feel and great access to London. Two children (and just recently one grandchild) on, we still see Reigate as one of the most beautiful places to live and are passionate about preserving and enhancing it for future generations. My priorities for the area are: … [Read more...] about Every Reigate & Banstead election candidate & what they promise