PUBLISHED: 12:00 28 October 2018 Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week. Romford Ring Road is no longer fit for purposeD Ainsworth, Barnstaple Road, Romford, writes:G Farmer hits the nail on the head with views about Romford town centre’s traffic issues. Our Ring Road, opened with a fanfare by the secretary of state for transport, then the late Paul Channon MP in May 1989, in a blaze of publicity, is now not fit for purpose. Since opening many more flats/apartments and other properties have been built around it, all generating more traffic movements. The Brewery shopping centre had a car park that enabled vehicles to be driven in, straight from the Ring Road. This established system was abandoned, in favour of barriers – so causing vehicles to queue back into the Ring Road so blocking off movements for all. Readers wrote letters predicting what would happen - it has! Long before the Christmas rush, our Ring Road has long tailbacks, … [Read more...] about Recorder readers: Romford Ring Road, parking meters, brass shell case information, Cedar cancer unit, Halloween at Romford Market, Brexit and Chafford.
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Press play to listen to this article By JACK BLANCHARD PRESENTED BY BP Send tips here | Subscribe for free | Listen to Playbook and view in your browser Good Tuesday morning from Birmingham, where the Conservative Party conference is entering its third day. Life begins at 40: Theresa May’s Cabinet has lost its final 30-something minister, as Health Secretary Matt Hancock turns 40 today. Will he celebrate with a repeat of last year’s high-energy karaoke performance at the iNHouse Communications bash tonight? We can but hope. Guests at last night’s Sky party serenaded him with “happy birthday” as the clock struck midnight. DRIVING THE DAY HOW TO TRUMP BORIS: Theresa May will take to the airwaves this morning as No. 10 mounts what looks like a concerted effort to drown out Boris Johnson’s big day at conference. The prime minister will embark on a full morning broadcast round, including the centrepiece 8.10 a.m. interview on the Today … [Read more...] about POLITICO London Playbook, presented by BP: How to trump Boris — Immigration nation — BoJo Express
Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out Home News Decision 2018 Podcasts Newsletter TV Radio Weather About LIFESTYLE TV11 TV8 Local 2 GNN i94-FM Isla63-AM Auto Beauty & Style Entertainment Food Health Home/Family Money Pets Tech Travel VideoBytes Press Releases Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo's address Posted: Aug 02, 2018 10:38 PM Thursday, August 2, 2018 10:38 PM EDTUpdated: Thursday, August 2, 2018 8:38 AM EDT Guam’s Voice: Strong and Clear My Dear People of Guam: Tonight I am here to once again report on my work on your behalf in the nation’s capital. The climate is divisive, the tensions are escalated, and the ability to accomplish more in a gridlocked Congress is proving difficult not only for me as a non-voting Delegate, but even for those in the highest levels of national leadership. And this is the concerning and very real reality on the busy side of the Potomac. But I assure you that my lone voice in the sea of 541 … [Read more...] about Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo’s address
As soon as you’re diagnosed as diabetic, ads for treatments show up on social feeds. You get alerts on health supplements, maybe nutrition tips. Prompts on insurance policies pop up on your phone.That’s not a scene from Minority Report. It’s a manifestation of the trove of data harnessed by WeDoctor, one of China’s most richly valued online health outfits, in an ambitious quest to upend the business of personal care. The ads may not be conspicuous -- they can be buried within a pitch about chronic diseases -- but the target is uncannily precise: you.Backed by Tencent Holdings Ltd., WeDoctor joins a growing contingent of tech giants hoping to revolutionize an industry seemingly impervious to online disruption. While the likes of Google seek to unlock the secrets of immortality or unravel medical mysteries, WeDoctor’s focusing on something more pragmatic: making money by unclogging bottlenecks in a Chinese health care market slated to hit 8 trillion yuan … [Read more...] about A $6 Billion China Startup Wants to Be the Amazon of Health Care
Professor Lucija Mulej Mlakar, Personality Manager, Business Anthropologist, Budnjani 4Q Coach, Author The world “has gone nuts” some critics say and the reign of confidence, implying behaviour that goes beyond a rational approach of decision making, indicates why in today’s agendas we lose or obtain so much. To achieve success is no longer such a big fuss; you have to be internet addict, fast in typing, overwhelming in appetite, rigid in emotion, lazy in spirit and eager to learn new marketing tricks and voila, tomorrow you can be a bestselling success story, a new cyber millionaire! Young, pretty and rich. With or without content and depth. Passion for life: why stories win Nowadays, ‘passion’ is just a word with new references. If we dedicate our life to achievements we learn so much, especially when we have an open eye, warm heart and cool mind. Being an entrepreneur is probably the most challenging role we can choose; not just do we need to be … [Read more...] about Reign of Depth and Content