Chart 186: COVID-19 In New Mexico Sept. 16

first_imgThe bars on this chart show the number of active hospitalizations versus date. Source: New Mexico Department of Health. Created by Eli Ben-Naimlast_img

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Grosvenor’s opera for the masses

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Cal Sensors introduces new series of detectors

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Dozens Missing, Three Dead after Ferry Sinks off Indonesia

first_imgOver 70 people are missing and three have been confirmed dead after a passenger vessel Marina Baru capsized on December 19 off southern Sulawesi, Indonesia, due to rough weather, according to local media.At the time of the incident the vessel was reportedly carrying some 125 passengers and crew members en route from the port of Kolaka to Bansalae, Sulawesi.The vessel was hit by 10 feet high waves during stormy weather on Saturday afternoon. The waves damaged the vessel which subsequently started taking on water and sank 13 miles southeast of Siwa port.The authorities managed to save some 40 people, and continued search and rescue operations for other passengers.The cause of the incident is attributed to the inclement weather conditions, which continues to hamper search efforts.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more

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All Ready for Naval Amphibious Base Maintenance Dredging

first_imgThe Naval Amphibious Base in Coronado, CA, has just announced that the maintenance dredging from the Fuel Pier to Piers 21 onboard the Naval Base will be performed over the next couple of weeks.The dredging is scheduled to start Tuesday, April 12th through Tuesday, May 10th, from 6:00 PM to 6:00 AM.The maintenance dredging of surrounding piers is being performed in order to re-establish the minimum required harbor depths needed for the naval vessels that use these facilities.Initial estimates show that approximately 30,000 cubic yards of material will be dredged from the area.The dredging operation involves a number of vessels including a survey vessel, a work skiff, a barge mounted clam shell crane, a dredge scow and a tug vessel (when transporting the dredge scow).[mappress mapid=”22202″]last_img read more

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Cargolux adds Port Harcourt to network

first_imgPort Harcourt serves a strong oil and gas industry in the region that increasingly demands more direct flights for its equipment and support-related items. Flying heavy and outsized goods for these industries on its nose-door equipped freighters is a Cargolux specialty and customers have long relied on the company’s expertise in this field, said a statement from the carrier.In addition to its heavy freight business, Cargolux will carry a range of consumer goods for the local consumer market in the Port Harcourt region. Cargolux said it is viewing further expansion in Africa and expects new services to additional destinations on the continent during 2013.  www.cargolux.comlast_img read more

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Sidetrack

first_imgNewfoundland tunnelNEWFOUNDLAND & Labrador Premier Danny Williams has announced a C$352000 study into the feasibility of a rail tunnel linking the island and the Canadian mainland.Replacing a seasonal ferry service, electric shuttle trains would carry road vehicles through the immersed tube tunnel across the Strait of Belle Isle between Green Point in Newfoundland and Pointe Armour in Labrador. It has been estimated that building the 17 km tunnel below the 90m deep strait would take 12 years and cost C$1·5bn. Earlier proposals for bridges were rejected because of the risk of damage from icebergs, and a previous attempt at building a tunnel to house power transmission cables was abandoned in 1975.Criticising the decision to spend money on the study, Nova Scotia MP Peter Stoffer said the tunnel ’won’t happen for a very, very long time’.DieterCAPTION: Derailment of a Railway Systems of Zambia freight train near Kapiri Mposhi on January 29 left Lusaka-bound passengers stranded atNdola. Many passengers had spent their money on tickets and could not afford alternative transport, with the result that they had to spend a number of nights at the station, untilservices could resume. Stranded Phineas Sikasukwe later complained to the Times of Zambia that the station’s sanitary facilities were ’inadequate’last_img read more

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The Trouble With Maggie Cole episode 5 preview

first_img Credit: Genial Productions / ITV Credit: Genial Productions / ITV Maggie Cole (Dawn French) continued making amends on the latest episode of The Trouble With Maggie Cole but had no idea she was about to become the new scandal.If you want to avoid spoilers for The Trouble With Maggie Cole, stop reading now.This week saw Maggie turn her attention to Roxy (Emily Reid) and Emil (Tomi May). Emil wasn’t keen on listening to anything Maggie had to say but Roxy decided to approach Maggie and hear her out. That led to Maggie getting an opportunity to patch things up with Emil, crossing two more people off her list.Alex (Arthur McBain) spent the episode panicking about finding the money to pay off his debt collectors and he realised that Neil (Joe Layton) may be the person that stole it. He engineered a reason to get into Neil’s house by pretending he wanted to keep Roxy company while she babysat Neil’s kids.Meanwhile Maggie turned up at the town anniversary planning meeting and was shocked to see a story about Jamie (Phil Dunster) on a projector screen, claiming he had a violent past.Read our full The Trouble With Maggie Cole episode 4 recapThe synopsis for episode 5 is:Maggie is in need of some time alone so she heads to the pub to get a room and amend another ‘radiogate’ wrong. She learns the real story of landlord Brian, who is far from a ‘gangster on-the-run’.With no rooms free, Maggie stays with daughter-in-law Becka and they have a rare moment of bonding. Peter is working late at the school when his secretary Karen reveals her feelings towards him in a very unexpected way.Alex visits Roxanna whilst she’s babysitting Neil and Kelly’s son Josh, and desperately tries to find the ‘lottery’ winnings’ to pay off the lenders.The Trouble With Maggie Cole continues at 9pm Wednesday on ITV. Preview the next episode with our gallery below: Credit: Genial Productions / ITV Credit: Genial Productions / ITV Credit: Genial Productions / ITV Credit: Genial Productions / ITV Credit: Genial Productions / ITV Credit: Genial Productions / ITV Credit: Genial Productions / ITV Credit: Genial Productions / ITV Credit: Genial Productions / ITV Credit: Genial Productions / ITV Credit: Genial Productions / ITV Credit: Genial Productions / ITV Credit: Genial Productions / ITV Credit: Genial Productions / ITVlast_img read more

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Aliko Dangote hints at possibly purchasing Arsenal in 2021

first_imgRelated Aliko Dangote launches 1.5 million ton cement plant in Douala The Nigeria businessman has made no secret of his desire to take over the north London club in the past and has made several statements about launching a future takeover bid in the past.He said in 2018 that he would likely bid to buy the London club in 2020.  But he is currently working towards the completion of his refinery in Lagos.“It is a team that, yes, I would like to buy someday, but what I keep saying is we have $20 billion (£15 billion) worth of projects and that’s what I really want to concentrate on,” Dangote told the  David Rubenstein Show.“I’m trying to finish building the company and then, after we finish, maybe sometime in 2021 we can.“I’m not buying Arsenal right now, I’m buying Arsenal when I finish all these projects because I’m trying to take the company to the next level.”Stan Kroenke currently owns Arsenal and is the majority shareholder at Emirates Stadium. Nigeria’s Aliko Dangote builds factory to create jobscenter_img President of Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote-Photo CourtesyNigerian businessman Aliko Dangote has hinted he could buy Arsenal in 2021 if a number of multi-billion dollar projects for his company are completed on time.The 62-year-old founded the Dangote Group – the largest conglomerate in West Africa – in 1981, which deals with the manufacturing and production of a number of consumer goods including sugar, cement, rice, flour and fisheries.Dangote has a net worth of more than £8.5 billion ($11 billion) and has been heavily linked with a takeover at Arsenal in the past, with the club currently owned by Kroenke Sports & Entertainment. Aliko Dangote opens coal mine in Tanzanialast_img read more

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CommScope Introduces Base Station Antennas for FirstNet Deployment in USA

first_img Fiber, coaxial and hybrid power cabling and connectivity solutions Microwave antenna systems RF conditioning solutions like multiband combiners and tower mounted amplifiers Equipment enclosures Other cell site solutions Learn more about CommScope’s FirstNet portfolio. With the majority of US states now opting for the proposed First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) deployment plan, CommScope is set to introduce a family of state-of-the-art base station antennas that support the full range of FirstNet site configurations. The CommScope FirstNet portfolio includes 4x MIMO technology for low and high bands, in single and dual antenna configurations, with multiple port counts and antenna lengths.Band 14 is the slice of licensed spectrum in the 700 MHz frequency band that will be used for FirstNet. CommScope’s FirstNet antenna portfolio includes several models that support Band 14. These antennas enable 4x MIMO capability, the advanced transmission technique that essentially creates four streams of wireless signals to greatly increase data rates, in the FirstNet band. CommScope’s FirstNet antennas support from 6 to 12 ports in four, six or eight foot models.CommScope also offers a broad portfolio of wireless network solutions that can support FirstNet, such as:last_img read more

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