One person is dead following a collision on 89th ave in Fort St. John

first_imgThe 32 year-old male from Fort St. John died as a result of the injuries received in the collision.The RCMP are still investigating the cause of the collision but alcohol is suspected.As a result of the collision, 89th avenue was closed for approximately 4 hours, but is now open.- Advertisement –last_img


first_imgPearse Doherty TDDeputy Pearse Doherty will this week raise the new Radiotherapy Unit planned for the northwest with Health Minister Leo Varadkar as well as calling on the Minister to give an expected commencement date for the service.The new unit, which when operational will treat cancer patients from Donegal, Derry and the entire northwest, will be based in Derry’s Altnagelvin Area Hospital.It will be co-funded by health authorities in both the north and south. Deputy Doherty said “The planned Radiotherapy Unit at Altnagelvin Hospital was of course extremely welcome news when it was first announced some time ago, and this development was as all the more acclaimed given the huge level of lobbying and campaigning down through the years which had been carried out by local groups and ordinary citizens alike who passionately called for better cancer services for the region.”“Construction of the new unit started in July of last year and – when complete – will radically improve access to crucial radiation oncology services for cancer patients throughout the Northwest, including those from Donegal.”“In fact, when the service is finally delivered, it is expected to treat 385 patients from the south every year meaning that cancer patients from Donegal, who have historically faced unequal access to health services, will finally be supported by a specialist radiotherapy facility at their doorstep.”“Of course, greater cross-border co-operation with regards health care provision is arguably one of the great successes which have come about as a result of the Good Friday Agreement and the delivery of Radiotherapy services for the Northwest is a prime example of this.” Deputy Doherty said the Minister has previously stated that the service is expected to be open by autumn 2016.He added however, it’s important that the public is regularly kept updated on any and all progress made in relation to the unit and also that this service is kept on the political agenda.“Naturally, it is vital that the Minister now provides a comprehensive progress report on this new service, and give a clear time frame as to when the facility will be operational and ready for use.”“Therefore this week I have tabled a Parliamentary Question to the Minister in which I’ve asked that he provides such an update and that he gives an expected time frame for the delivery of this vital and lifesaving service.”START DATE FOR NORTHWEST RADIOTHERAPY SERVICES SOUGHT was last modified: December 8th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:AltnagelvinDerrydonegalPearse Dohertyradiotherapy unitlast_img read more

6 pins removed from pvt part of 30yrold

first_imgKolkata: A 30-year-old mentally retarded man from Bihar was successfully operated upon at Ramakrishna Mission Seva Pratishthan on Saturday where the doctors removed as many as six pins from inside his penis.The victim was brought to the hospital from Siwan district in Bihar last Monday after he complained of pain inside his private part. After conducting X-Ray, the doctors were perplexed to see pins inside his penis. He also faced difficulties while urinating. The doctors decided to conduct the surgery on Saturday. They first performed microsurgery through which they removed two pins. They had to cut open a small portion from his lower abdomen to remove the other four pins. The operation was not easy as his veins could have been affected. Adequate measures were taken while conducting the surgery so that no injury occurs while removing the pins. The patient told the doctors that he had inserted the pins into the urinary tract when he used to feel an itching sensation inside his penis. The patient has been stated to be in stable condition and recovering well.last_img read more

VISIT FLORIDA appoints firstever female President and CEO

first_img Tuesday, January 8, 2019 Share Posted by VISIT FLORIDA appoints first-ever female President and CEO Tags: Promotions, VISIT FLORIDA Travelweek Group Young’s predecessor, Ken Lawson, left his role as CEO to take over the reins of the state’s Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO), as reported in December 2018. Lawson’s appointment in Jan. 2017 came after the resignation of three Visit Florida executives in the wake of the Pitbull scandal, which resulted in outgoing Governor Rick Scott calling for the resignation of Lawson’s predecessor, Will Seccombe. TALLAHASSEE, FL — For the first time ever, VISIT FLORIDA has a female President and CEO in charge following a unanimous vote of its Board of Directors.Dana Young, a sixth-generation Floridian, will assume her new role on Jan. 9 after serving as a senator for District 18 in Hillsborough County. Young also served in the Florida House from 2010 to 2016, rising to House Republican Leader.Governor-elect Ron DeSantis called Young an “exceptional leader” and commended her for “working tirelessly” to improve the quality of life for all Floridians.“Her leadership ability and experience make her an excellent candidate to lead VISIT FLORIDA in its mission to maximize the economic impact of travel and tourism to our state,” said DeSantis. “I look forward to working with Dana, who will be the first woman to lead VISIT FLORIDA, to strengthen our tourism industry and build on the economic success of our great state.”Young’s appointment comes at a time of record growth in tourism for Florida. According to Lino Maldonado, Chair of the VISIT FLORIDA Board of Directors, the state’s tourism industry has achieved seven consecutive years of record visitation and visitor spending, with the latest economic impact study showing that visitors spent US$112 billion and supported 1.4 million Florida jobs.More news:  Le Boat has EBBs along with its new 2020 brochureYoung thanked DeSantis and the Board of Directors for the opportunity to lead VISIT FLORIDA, saying: “As a Floridian, with a family tradition of public service, I understand the vital importance of tourism to our state and look forward to working with industry businesses to inspire travel to Florida, stimulate the economy and create more jobs. << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more