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Vendors at Kebayoran Lama Market in South Jakarta have tested positive for COVID-19 following swab testing conducted by the Jakarta administration, prompting authorities to close the market to prevent the disease’s transmission.Fifty-nine sellers underwent testing. According to data from the Indonesian Traditional Market Traders Association (IKAPPI) on Tuesday, 79 sellers in 11 markets across the capital have tested positive for COVID-19.Responding to the finding, the Jakarta administration has imposed strict health protocols to prevent the emergence of new clusters as the country starts to ease restrictions.The protocols require buyers and sellers to wear face masks. Entry to markets is also limited, while authorities provide several hand-washing facilities. City-owned market operator Pasar Jaya has also imposed an odd-even kiosk number policy, allowing only odd-numbered kiosks to open on odd dates and even-numbered kiosks to open on even dates. (dpk)Topics : “Fourteen people tested positive for COVID-19,” Kebayoran Lama deputy district head Sidik Rayanta said on Wednesday as quoted by kompas.com.The test results prompted authorities to close the market for three days starting Thursday. Health workers will also spray disinfectant across the market during the closure.Meanwhile, a vendor at Gondangdia Market in Menteng, Central Jakarta also tested positive after testing was conducted at the market. The market has also been temporarily closed.Read also: Imperiled by new clusters, market vendors gear up for their health
The kitchen at 54 Main Ave, Wilston.McGrath Estate Agents Wilston agent Craig Lea said the auction was competitive and had an opening bid of $700,000 for the two bedroom cottage, which was on a 486sq m block.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours ago“The auction was a so fast, and was over in about five minutes,” Mr Lea said.The house sold under the hammer for $815,000.Mr Lea said Mr McKenna bought the property after the war in the 1940s, when he was working as a Commissioner of Declarations (Justice of the Peace).“He bought the house for 750 quid ($1349.70AUD), and he often joked, ‘My rates are more now than what I paid for it,’” Mr Lea said. There are character features, from VJ walls to decorative fretwork.The agent said Mr McKenna was moving in with his family, and was pleased with the result of the auction.“He’s pretty stoked,” Mr Lea said.“He said he doesn’t need the money but wanted to get a great price for the family because it has such sentimental value.“He raised his family there … and he even signed the contract (at the auction).”Mr Lea said the property was purchased by a local family who would undertake a “light renovation”.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:44Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:44 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p288p288p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow to bid at auction for your dream home? 01:45 The house at 54 Main Ave, Wilston, sold under the hammer for $815,000.AN inner-city residence known as ‘Hubcap House’ changed hands for the first time in more than 70 years at an auction yesterday.Known for its quirky look, with a collection of hubcaps hung over the fence, the house at 54 Main Ave, Wilston gained attention from locals.More than 30 spectators and eight registered bidders gathered at the address at 9am, and 98-year-old seller Frank McKenna took a front-row seat to watch the action unfold.
LocalNews Dominica taking steps to address the health needs of young people by: – October 21, 2011 Sharing is caring! Hon. Julius Timothy. Image via: GIS NewsDominica has began taking steps towards development of an integrated approach to address the health needs of the country’s youth.A one day National Youth Consultation and Youth Adolescence Health Training got underway on Thursday at the Krazy Kokonuts.Health Minister Julius Timothy told the opening ceremony that there are several health risks with immediate consequences.“Unintentional injuries and violence affects young people. 1000 young people die every day from road traffic accidents. Other prominent causes of death include homicide and suicide. Mental conditions also represent a major burden of disease in young people. There are several important aspects of sexual and reproductive health that apply particularly to young people. The majority of them become sexually active during their adolescence. The use of contraceptives among young people however is low and unproductive sex is the second largest contributor to health risk in terms of the burden of the disease in young people,” he said.He also highlighted HIV infections, other Sexually Transmitted Diseases, nutrition, adolescent pregnancy, abuse of alcohol and drugs as issues affecting the youths.Meantime Youth Minister Justina Charles says the hurdle that the youths are faced with in accessing proper health care must be looked at.“Among them are matters of confidentiality, our attitude and judgmental approach in proving services to the youth are very often a deterring factor. Flexibility in the service delivery time which makes service accessible is also another factor,” she said.Dominica Vibes News 13 Views no discussions Tweet Share Share Share
RelatedPosts Live stream Premier League, La Liga, Serie A on Showmax Pro this weekend Juve’s Pirlo gamble makes new Serie A season the most open for years Pirlo bags UEFA coaching badge AC Milan coach Stefano Pioli has brushed off Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s angry reaction to being substituted in the team’s 5-1 win over Bologna on Saturday.Pioli said on Sunday in Milan that the 38-year-old needs to avoid over-exerting himself amid a crowded fixture list. The Swede was clearly annoyed at being taken off in the 62nd minute of Saturday’s match at San Siro.It was the third time in four games he has been replaced around the hour mark, and he ignored a fist bump from Pioli as he left the field.“It’s natural that he doesn’t like being substituted,” said Pioli. “He said something to me which I honestly didn’t understand.”“He is important for the team, but I have to make sure he conserves energy – we are playing every three days and he is coming back from injury.”Reuters/NAN. Tags: AC MilanReactionSerie AStefano PioliSubstitutionZlatan Ibrahimovic
“It’s very important to have a strong squad,” he added. “Having the options to come on, like the two Italians (Nocerino and Borriello) and Pablo Armero, who we haven’t seen yet, is brilliant. “It’s difficult for me to change the team because we keep winning, so they have to be more patient. I’m pleased for everybody and the squad of players we have, seeing smiles on their faces instead of the heads between their knees as we saw over Christmas. “At the moment we’re the team in form, picking up points left, right and centre. It’s really pleasing because the games are starting to run out now.” Norwich wasted several golden chances to take the lead at Upton Park, with summer signing Gary Hooper guilty of spurning the best of those opportunities. The former Celtic man has scored seven times for the Canaries this season but fellow forwards Ricky van Wolfswinkel and Johan Elmander have found the net just once between them, with Norwich boss Chris Hughton aware that his side’s poor finishing needs addressing. “We are making life very difficult for ourselves if we’re not putting the chances away,” he said. “It is not a question of not creating – similarly to the Cardiff game, where we created enough good chances, but if we’re not putting them away it is very difficult. “You have either got to be scoring goals, or you’ve got to defend like we did for the large majority of the game.” Sam Allardyce has revealed a warm-weather training camp in Dubai has acted as a carrot dangled in front of his squad in recent weeks. The victory over the Canaries on Tuesday night came courtesy of late goals from James Collins and Mohamed Diame after West Ham had been outplayed for much of the contest. Taking 10 points from four games has seen the Hammers move from the periphery of the relegation zone to 10th in the table and, although they remain in the battle for survival, Allardyce knows getting away for a few days due to their early exit from the FA Cup will help keep the momentum going. “It’s already benefited us,” he said. “Once the lads knew the trip was booked four or five weeks ago, it has been part of our turnaround. It was something for them to look forward to, to strive for and to know that they are going to do what I’ve done every year for the last 14 years. “The critical need for it for every player we have is for them to get a bit of sun on their back, do a little bit of light training and ease the pressure on the mind, soul and body. They will come back refreshed. “We’ve already had a massive response because they have been looking forward to it so much, and now they can look forward to it even more because of what they have just achieved.” The Hammers’ barren spell in the league over Christmas and the New Year coincided with an injury nightmare for Allardyce, who had no option but to blood some of his inexperienced youngsters to make up the numbers. Club-record signing Andy Carroll is now fit – although currently sidelined through suspension – and, with four January loan arrivals in Roger Johnson, Pablo Armero, Antonio Nocerino and Marco Borriello, Allardyce is pleased to have more options than at any other stage this season. Press Association The Hammers were struggling for form until the end of January but, ever since their plane to the United Arab Emirates was booked, Allardyce feels he has seen an improvement from his players. A hard-fought 0-0 draw at current Barclays Premier League leaders Chelsea has been followed up with three successive wins as Swansea, Aston Villa and Norwich were all beaten 2-0.
Published on October 12, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Chris: email@example.com | @chris_iseman Comments Ian McIntyre stood on the sidelines midway through the first half, screaming at his team to ‘move forward.’ St. John’s was in complete control up and down the field, taking advantage of the Orange’s lackluster effort.Syracuse was spending too much time passing in front of its own goal, and the SU head coach had to implore his players to move forward.‘It became a typical, competitive Big East game,’ McIntyre said. ‘What has made St. John’s so successful over the years is that they’ve got quality players, but they also have that intensity and that aggressive nature.’The Red Storm’s scrappy style of play was evident from the start, and No. 21 St. John’s (8-3-2, 2-2 Big East) was in control for nearly every minute of its 2-1 win over the Orange on Wednesday night in front of 278 people at SU Soccer Stadium. With the rain pouring down for all 90 minutes, Syracuse (2-8-1, 0-3-1) lost goal kicks, made sloppy passes and couldn’t find a way to take hold of some part of the game.For a brief period in the second half, amid an intense feeling of urgency that saw SU up its tempo, it looked as if the Orange had a chance. But three minutes after Syracuse tied the game, St. John’s reaffirmed its superiority with a game-winner.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn the 83rd minute, St. John’s sophomore midfielder Adrian L’Esperance took a shot off a corner kick and put it past SU goalkeeper Phil Boerger for the game-winning goal. It ended the only three minutes in which Syracuse truly looked like it had a chance to win the game.St. John’s scored early in the 36th minute, when sophomore forward Andres Vargas slid down in the middle of a scuffle in front of the SU goal, extended his leg and tapped the ball past Orange Boerger to give his team the 1-0 lead. After the game, Boerger said it was a defensive lapse, where SU simply didn’t clear the ball as quickly as it should have.‘Our first half, you could feel it being out there that (the energy) was a bit low,’ senior midfielder Nick Roydhouse said. ‘And then at halftime, Mac said, ‘It’s not good enough, we need to step it up.’ 50/50s we were losing in the first half, we switched that around and tried to win them in the second half.’The Orange tried to do a lot more than that in the second half.When SU junior defender Louis Clark was taken down in the 79th minute, Nick Roydhouse lined up for a free kick. The senior midfielder sized it up and perfectly placed a shot through the Red Storm’s line, depositing it into the left side of the goal. St. John’s goalkeeper Rafael Diaz couldn’t make his way across the goal in time, and the game was tied 1-1.It was almost too fitting Roydhouse was the one to come through in that moment.About 10 minutes into the second half, Roydhouse knew he had to inject some firepower into his team. He said he slightly kicked St. John’s defender Jamie Thomas, who then ‘softly’ fell to the ground. While Thomas lay on the turf — and with time stopped — Roydhouse picked the ball up off the field and fired it right at Thomas.Thomas got up and started arguing with Roydhouse before the referee intervened and broke it up.‘That was me getting on top of them,’ Roydhouse said. ‘They’re a team that’s fancy, they like to play the ball around and things like that, but don’t like it when you’re in their face. … If you notice, the rest of the game, he didn’t do much, did he?’But neither did Syracuse.One of the key areas where the Red Storm beat the Orange was in goal kicks, where Boerger tried to deliver the ball upfield to senior forward Dan Summers. It’s a play that Boerger said SU routinely works on in practice, and on Wednesday, he was aided by the fact that the St. John’s defender on Summers’ side — the right side — was significantly shorter than the one on the left.But every time Boerger kicked it out, especially in the first half, St. John’s won the ball. At halftime, McIntyre told his team it had to improve on the 50/50 balls, as the Orange had been solidly beaten.‘I wasn’t hitting him the greatest. It was tough on that slick surface,’ Boerger said. ‘Throughout the season, we’ve done well with it. We’ve just got to try to make that connection.’It was one of the many areas where Syracuse struggled, and it cost them control of the game.In comparison to the first half, the Orange was a better, more intense team in the second. But it didn’t amount to anything. The first half malaise cost them another game, and, most importantly, points in the Big East standings.‘I think we outplayed them in the second half,’ Boerger said. ‘And got unlucky to not get any points in the game.’firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook Twitter Google+
Mila Rosenthal, the director of communications for the United Nations Development Programme, sat down with faculty and students to discuss the UNDP’s communications campaign to promote the UN Sustainable Development Goals at Wallis Annenberg Hall at noon on Wednesday.Photo courtesy of the Center for Public DiplomacyForward thinking · Mila Rosenthal of the United Nations Development Programme said that communication can help countries expand services.The SDGs are a set of 17 goals — and 169 targets — aimed at ending poverty, protecting the planet and ensuring prosperity for the global population. The goals were decided upon by more than 150 world leaders at the UN Sustainable Development Summit on Sept. 25, 2015.Rosenthal explained that the UN was careful in setting ambitious goals that would still be achievable. She noted that while enormous progress has been made in recent years in terms of poverty and hunger reduction and improving access to education, many people are under the impression that things are getting worse.“A lot of research shows that in regards to issues related to development, people believe that there’s not much that can be done, that there aren’t solutions,” Rosenthal said.Rosenthal attributes this to several factors, mainly the abundance of information available to people and the immediacy with which it can be accessed. Information with a negative narrative tends to discourage people. The Narrative Project, an initiative by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, found that the debate about development is broken when people know little about what progress has been made, and instead the conversation focuses on what doesn’t work or aid is seen as a good idea done badly.Rosenthal acknowledges that the perception that sustainable development is a lost cause only makes communication more important. In order for the SDGs to be met, citizens have to be aware of the goals and be able to hold their governments accountable.“When people know the standards their governments have agreed to meet, whether they’re legally binding or social, countries are more likely to implement those standards in policy solutions, regulations and in practice,” Rosenthal said. “This is where communications comes in. We have to make sure that people know the goals their government has signed up for, and that they can be a part of achieving these goals.”To maximize communication efforts, the UNDP collaborates with a broad range of partners across various industries, including the entertainment and telecommunications industries. One such partner is Project Everyone, an organization founded by British filmmaker Richard Curtis. It informs the public about the SDGs through short films. One of the most famous short films is called “‘We The People’ for The Global Goals,” and featured numerous celebrities outlining the SDGs. The UNDP also runs events to connect people through social media; one of these events is the Social Good Summit, a two-day summit examining the impact of new media on social good initiatives. The UNDP localizes more broad campaigns for different locations by translating information into the relevant language and finding spokespersons who would appeal to the demographic of that location’s people.Patti Riley, an associate professor of communication at USC, believes that the UNDP is working hard and has a good foundation for communications. However, she thinks that they should amplify their digital presence to appeal to the younger generation.“There’s not much space for engagement,” Riley said. “[The UNDP does not] have user-generated content thus far. You get a sense that experts are working on this issue, but you don’t have facilities for young people to experience these issues through their own media.”Bianca Vekima, a senior majoring in global health, said it’s important for young people to understand the SDGs.“These goals affect our lives,” Vekima said. “Mila said that the only way the government will take these goals seriously is if people know about them, and that includes young people.”
The Trayvon Martin Foundation presents the sixth annual Peace Walk & Peace Talk on Saturday, February 10, 2018 at Miami Carol City Park, located at 3201 NW 185th Street, Miami Gardens. Hosted by Faizon Love, registration for the walk begins at 8:00 a.m. and will be led by Trayvon’s parents, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin. The Peace Talk takes place immediately following the Peace Walk at the Betty T. Ferguson Amphitheatre, located at 3000 NW 199th Street, Miami Gardens, 33056. Both events are annual community affairs that showcase youth, community activists, faith leaders, and celebrities. The Walk also includes families who have lost a child to senseless gun violence. All participants will be walking together in solidarity as a testament to the right that all people should be able to walk freely without being profiled or shot and killed. The Peace Talk is a community engagement activity where youth, community leaders and celebrities can engage in honest and informative discussion pertaining to empowering our youth and overcoming violence in our neighborhoods.Faizon Love is a Cuban-born American actor and comedian best known for his roles in the hit movies, Friday, Elf, The Replacements, Made, and Couples Retreat, and played the role of Maurice Starr on BET’s The New Edition Story. For media.The annual Remembrance Dinner The Trayvon Martin Foundation will also host the sixth annual Trayvon Martin Remembrance Dinner on Sunday, February 11, 2018, at the DOUBLETREE BY HILTON located at 711 NW 72ND Avenue, Miami, Fl. 33126. The affair opens with a cocktail reception at 6:00 p.m., immediately followed by the dinner at 7:00 p.m. The following honorees, celebrated for their notable, civic contributions, include: Gbenga Akinnagbe, American actor, producer and activist; Queen Brown, Miami native, activist; Captain Barrington Irving, youngest person to pilot the world solo; Tom Joyner, radio host; former Mayor Marc Morial, president, National Urban League; and Florida State Representative Cynthia Stafford (D109). The Trayvon Martin Remembrance Dinner is an annual event commemorating the life of the late Trayvon Benjamin Martin (Feb. 5, 1995 – Feb. 26, 2012) and supports raising public awareness of profiling, the impact of violent crimes in our communities, and senseless gun violence. The Remembrance Dinner is also designed to celebrate life and progress of Foundation supporters who want change.