Nova Scotians will see better access to care and cost savings from projects that improve how hospitals manage beds and schedule staff. The province today, May 5, released requests for proposals for two information technology projects for district health authorities, to be carried out over the next year. The projects reflect government’s plan to provide better care sooner and get the province’s finances back to balance by finding savings and efficiencies. “Information technology can improve patient care while lowering costs,” said Maureen MacDonald, Minister of Health and Wellness. “This is another example of the work we do each day with the district health authorities to ensure we can provide excellent health care now and into the future.” One request for proposals is for a province-wide electronic bed management system. It will provide health authorities up-to-date information on vacant beds. That will minimize emergency room backlogs, ensure patients are in hospital only as long as they need to be, and improve the ability to forecast the need for home care and long-term care. Annapolis Valley District Health Authority is providing support for the bed project. “Having provincial co-operation on this project will ensure more appropriate bed use throughout Nova Scotia’s health system,” said Janet Knox, president and CEO of Annapolis Valley Health. “This project will help identify practices in hospitals that keep patients in hospital too long or for the wrong reasons. It will determine appropriate use of resources, improve patient flow and help physicians and health teams to adopt more effective practices in patient care.” A second request for proposals is for an online staff scheduling system that should lead to more efficient and effective use of health care workers. Three district health authorities are participating: Capital District, IWK and the Cumberland Health Authority. Schedules will be centralised and hosted online, which streamlines the process, improving workplaces and ultimately improving patient care. Support for the project comes from Capital District Health Authority. “This will help ensure that our limited health human resources are used optimally, while reducing costs, improving staff productivity and retention, and facilitating practices to support safe, quality patient care,” said Chris Power, president and CEO of Capital Health. “At the same time, the sustainability of the overall health system is being improved because we can reduce costs for overtime, sick time and recruitment.” The requests for proposals close in 30 days. The successful bidders will have about a year to build and implement the new systems.
TORONTO – Two former top political aides will find out on Friday whether they are criminally responsible for the destruction of documents related to Ontario’s gas plants scandal.Ontario court Judge Timothy Lipson is set to deliver his verdict in the case of David Livingston, chief of staff to former Liberal premier Dalton McGuinty, and his deputy Laura Miller who are accused of attempted mischief and illegal use of a computer.The verdict comes just months before McGuinty’s successor, Premier Kathleen Wynne, will lead her party into a provincial election.The Crown had earlier dropped a charge of breach of trust against the pair, while the defence lost its battle to have Lipson issue an acquittal on the other two charges they face. The judge did reduce the mischief charge to attempted mischief.Over several weeks last fall, prosecutors outlined their case in which they claimed the duo had gone to “extraordinary lengths” to wipe the contents of hard drives in the premier’s office to ensure no records existed related to the cancellation of two gas-fired power plants.The cancellation, just ahead of the 2011 provincial election, ended up costing taxpayers more than $1 billion and caused a huge political scandal.Crown lawyer Tom Lemon argued in closing submissions that the accused were trying to protect the Liberal government from the political fallout of the decision. However, the defence maintained no evidence proved the accused knew they were deleting records they had to keep.Court heard how the political situation at the time had become increasingly tense, with a legislature committee and others formally requesting records related to the gas plants cancellation and relocation decision. Livingston and Miller were quick to say they had no such records.The defence struck a serious blow to the prosecution at the opening of the trial when it succeeded in having Lipson rule out a key prosecution witness as an expert, precluding him from giving opinion evidence. The judge found the former police officer to have been too close to the prosecution to be independent.Evidence the court did hear was that Livingston hired Miller’s spouse Peter Faist, an outside IT expert without a security clearance, to wipe the drives days before McGuinty resigned in February 2013. To facilitate that work, Lemon argued, Livingston obtained special administrative rights to the relevant computers “through the back door.”Lemon maintained the duo, contrary to explicit advice from alarmed bureaucrats, violated guidelines and policies related to the records. He said the pair kept senior officials in the dark about exactly what they were doing.One key issue, Lipson has said, is whether Livingston used “dishonest means” to obtain those rights.Livingston’s lawyer, Brian Gover, insisted no evidence tied the document deletion to the gas plants scandal. The records, he said, could have included staff’s medical or financial information, or sensitive strategy, polling or party-donor data that could have been used by an incoming “enemy” government.Among 400 destroyed records from 20 computers the pair admitted deleting, court heard, were Livingston’s instructions on “double deleting” documents, but the accused argued the files contained only personal data or political records they had no obligation to keep.Their lawyers also said no evidence existed to show exactly what was deleted.
“I am deeply shocked by this latest atrocity, which seems to have been deliberately targeted at aid workers,” Mr. Lubbers said of Monday’s attack on the men who were returning from working on a water supply project in a village in Ghazni province when their car was stopped by a group of nine men, seven of them said to have been masked.The workers were apparently ordered out of the car, lectured about working for an aid agency – thereby supporting the government – and summarily executed. A fifth worker was wounded in the attack and is now in hospital in Kabul, the Afghan capital.”It is incomprehensible to me how the perpetrators of this crime can care so little, not only for the lives of the individuals they have murdered, but also for the well-being of their own countrymen, who are struggling to restart their lives after more than two decades of turmoil,” Mr. Lubbers said. “Their ideology is so debauched they are even killing the de-miners and the water-providers.”Two of the men were full staff members of the Danish Committee for Aid to Afghan Refugees (DACAAR), and the other three were contract workers with the agency. DACAAR has worked on behalf of Afghans since the 1980s, when more than 300 Afghan refugee camps sprang up in Pakistan to house the 3 million refugees fleeing the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. Over the years the agency has implemented hundreds of water and sanitation projects on behalf of UNHCR.
CALGARY – TransCanada is trying to determine whether there is enough interest in its proposal to convert its existing natural gas pipeline and ship oil from Alberta as far east as New Brunswick.The Calgary-based energy company announced today that it is seeking firm commitments from parties interested in the idea.The project would see oil transported along an existing pipeline into Quebec, and possibly extending that line into Saint John, New Brunswick.Federal Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver, who has expressed support for the project, says TransCanada’s announcement is an encouraging step forward.Oliver says the government would like to see Canada less reliant on foreign oil, adding that TransCanada’s project would create jobs.If it were to proceed, the Energy East Pipeline project would involve converting an existing 3,000-kilometre natural gas pipeline so that it could carry crude into Quebec.A 1,400-kilometre extension into Saint John, where Irving Oil has a refinery, has also been proposed.TransCanada has yet to file necessary regulatory applications.The company says it will wait until it determines over the next two months whether there is enough interest in the project before proceeding with those applications. by News Staff Posted Apr 2, 2013 10:52 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TransCanada seeks commitments to ship Alberta oil to Quebec, New Brunswick
The Ohio State women’s volleyball team celebrates after defeating No. 4 Penn State in four sets on Sept. 23. Credit: Miranda Lipton | Lantern ReporterAn anticipated rematch against Indiana (12-7, 3-5 Big Ten) and a match against Purdue (15-4, 4-4 Big Ten) are keeping the Ohio State women’s volleyball team focused this week.Ohio State lost three straight sets against the Hoosiers earlier in the season, but head coach Geoff Carlston said the team is prepared to bounce back.“It was one of the toughest losses I’ve dealt with in the past five or six years,” Carlston said. “We’re going to be a little different team in terms of personnel. Hopefully we can have Audra [Appold] and Madison [Smeathers] playing. Having them on the floor adds a lot of experience.”Senior outside hitter Audra Appold returned to the court last weekend against Michigan State after a one-game absence due to injury. “People keep asking me what I’m most looking forward to about playing again and I keep saying the same thing. I’m just really excited to be back out there,” Appold said. “I’m enjoying the time I have left. The biggest thing for the team right now is to enjoy being out there, to take in the crowd and the environment.”Junior middle blocker Madison Smeathers has played on and off throughout the season, but the two had not played together until both played in the previous match against the Spartans.Smeathers shared her personal motivation, one that stands both on and off the court. “You can always look around at other teams in the Big Ten and see what other people are doing,” Smeathers said. “That keeps you hungry. Losing obviously is a big killer that keeps you going, and so is coming into practice knowing how much better you can get every day.”The two players got right back to it as Smeathers knocked 13 kills in her first match back, and Appold had 11 digs. Purdue setter redshirt freshman Hayley Bush has contributed 788 out of the 900 total team assists. Carlston noted that Purdue is a “super physical team” with experienced players. “One of the crazy things about the Big Ten is that all the coaches realize that you have to be fluid and adapt to new game plans because teams will realize what you’re doing and use that against you,” Carlston said.Ohio State will hit the road on Friday to face Indiana at 7 p.m. in Bloomington, Indiana and Purdue on Sunday at 1 p.m. in West Lafayette, Indiana.
Share13 Tweet Email2 Image: philip-pullman.com Image: philip-pullman.com 9,235 Views Short URL Feb 15th 2017, 2:45 PM Big news for His Dark Materials fans, Philip Pullman is releasing a new trilogy The original novels have gone on to sell 17.5 million copies around the world. http://jrnl.ie/3241038 By Cormac Fitzgerald 14 Comments IN NEWS THAT to transport a lot of people right back to their childhood, Philip Pullman has announced he is releasing a brand new trilogy later this year.Pullman is the author of the hugely popular His Dark Materials trilogy, a set of fantasy children’s novels that were a fixture in many classrooms and bookshelves for people growing up.Published between 1995 and 2000, the books – The Northern Lights, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass – have gone on to sell 17.5 million copies around the world.The first book also got the Hollywood treatment in 2007 with the film The Golden Compass (the name of the first book in the United States).Now Pullman has announced that the first book of a brand new trilogy set in the same world and focusing on the same main characters will be released this year.In a post on his website, Pullman – now 70 – announced that The Book of Dust will be released on 19 October of this year.“I know from their letters and tweets that my readers have been waiting patiently (mostly) for The Book of Dust for a long time,” Pullman said.“I’ve been writing it for several years, and I’ve been very parsimonious with information about it.It gives me great pleasure and some excitement at last to satisfy their curiosity (and mine) about this book.The original stories detail the adventures of 12-year-old Lyra Belacqua, who travels from her quiet life in the Oxford of an alternative dimension to get involved in a cosmic war between angels and humans that has the entire fate of the universe hanging in the balance.Along the way she meets noble talking bears and witches and many others as she travels through different dimensions.While being aimed at young adults, the novels deal with dark and adult themes around religion and oppression, free will and thought, the soul and the difficulties of maturing out of childhood.In Lyra’s world people’s souls are manifest as Dæmons, a sort of animal that is bound to them for life.Pullman said that Lyra would again be at the centre of the new trilogy. He said it would be neither a prequel nor a sequel to the original but an “equel”, running alongside the story of the older novels.He said he returned to the originals as he felt there was still a lot more to be discovered there.“Questions about our existence are infinitely interesting to me,” Pullman said.There’s always more to explore.Read: Irish author Sebastian Barry scoops major Book of the Year prizeRead: 9 things you probably did if you grew up reading A Series of Unfortunate Events Wednesday 15 Feb 2017, 2:45 PM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Apple : l’iPhone 4 épinglé par Consumer ReportsÉtats-Unis – Le très influent magazine américain Consumer Reports déconseille vivement à ses lecteurs l’achat d’un iPhone 4, le dernier smartphone d’Apple. En cause : ses problèmes de réception.Dès le lancement du smartphone, les heureux propriétaires de l’iPhone 4 ont rapidement déchanté face à des problèmes de réception venant probablement de l’antenne du dernier-né d’Apple. Un “défaut de conception” que les ingénieurs de Consumer Reports confirment dans leur rapport. Une conclusion tirée après des essais avec trois modèles différents d’iPhone 4 en chambre isolée des ondes électromagnétiques. “Le problème de signal est la raison pour laquelle nous ne citons pas l’iPhone 4 parmi nos modèles recommandés, même si ses notes obtenues dans les autres tests le placent en tête de notre classement des ‘smartphones’ publié aujourd’hui” explique le magazine.Alors qu’Apple minimise le problème, évoquant “une illusion d’optique provoquée par un affichage erroné de l’indicateur de puissance”, et surtout un défaut inhérent à n’importe quel téléphone mobile, Consumer Reports confirme que la façon dont l’appareil est tenu en main a bel et bien un impact sur la qualité de réception du smartphone.Pour régler ce problème, le magazine suggère aux possesseurs d’iPhone 4 de recouvrir la bordure métallique du téléphone avec du caoutchouc ou un épais ruban adhésif plastifié, et donc de sacrifier l’esthétique de l’appareil au profit de sa réception.Le 13 juillet 2010 à 15:43 • Emmanuel Perrin
Stay on target Do you own a Fitbit? If so, your calories, sleep, and wellness data can be used to advance precision science.On Wednesday, Fitbit and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) introduced the Fitbit Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) project, the first digital health technology effort of the All of Us Research Program, in a press release.A step toward changing the future of health! All of Us participants can now link their @fitbit data with the program to help drive health + research breakthroughs. Read more: https://t.co/qMlGjoY6K2 #JoinAllofUs pic.twitter.com/bqVZ75au8K— AllofUsResearch (@AllofUsResearch) January 16, 2019Fitbit users who opt for the program can sync their Fitbit accounts to help researchers learn more about health indicators and help build one of the world’s largest health data sets.Established last year, the All of Us program aims to have one million or more participants. With the program, Fitbit users will be able to disclose health information through biosamples, electronic health records, surveys, and digital health technologies. Fitbit is the first wearable device to be included in the All of Us program.Even though Fitbit users can sync their health stats with Fitbits, they can also share data through their Fitbit accounts. This method will enable them to manually enter health information, including meals, water intake, and weight. Signing up is easy: Log into the All of Us participant portal and visit the Sync Apps & Devices page to get started. Plus, you can find additional information on All of Us program’s website.“This is a tremendous opportunity for Fitbit users who choose to participate, to further contribute to one of the world’s largest research efforts,” Adam Pellegrini, Fitbit Health Solutions’ general manager, said in the press release. “Every day we learn more about the potential for wearable data to inform personalized healthcare and through All of Us, the research community will gain an even better understanding of the role wearable data can play in helping to prevent and treat disease.”More on Geek.com:Stop & Shop Is Piloting ‘Self-Driving Grocery Stores’ for CustomersThe LG G8 Might Feature a Clip-On Second ScreenStudy: Majority of Facebook Users Don’t Understand Targeted Ads SteelSeries Arctis 1 Is World’s First USB-C Wireless Gaming HeadsetGeek Pick: Shure MV88+ Is An Excellent, On the Go Microphone Kit
Vancouver police on Sunday arrested a 32-year-old Vancouver man on suspicion of third-degree rape of a child and three other sex-related charges.Dustin M. Armstrong was booked into the Clark County Jail.Police said the alleged victim is a 14-year-old girl. They responded on Saturday to Legacy Emanuel Medical Center in Portland for a reported sexual assault.The Major Crimes Unit served a search warrant at a home in the 3100 block of Kauffman Avenue. Police said Armstrong was cooperative with detectives.Detectives have no information at this time to suggest there are other possible victims.
WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Animal Control Officer Christopher Sullivan is being praised by Newhouse Wildlife Rescue, a wildlife rehab facility in Chelmsford, for his efforts to save the life of an injured groundhog.On Thursday, September 5, 2019, around 12:30pm, Sullivan responded to a call from a Houghton Road resident, reporting a possible sick or injured groundhog in her side yard.The groundhog was extremely thin and appeared to be suffering from respiratory issues. Sullivan was able to secure the animal and immediately brought it to the Newhouse Wildlife Rescue for testing.“A big thank you to Animal Control Officer Chris Sullivan, out of Wilmington, for bringing us a groundhog in desperate need of help,” Newhouse Wildlife Rescue posted on social media. “Officer Sullivan rushed right over as soon as he was able to contain her. Quick actions like that can often mean the difference between life and death for animals in these cases. Thank you for caring. Wilmington is lucky to have you.”Sullivan tells Wilmington Apple that, as of Sunday morning, the groundhog is still being treated at the rehab facility. It’s believed the groundhog may be suffering from a possible infection from a bot fly. Sullivan will receive an update from Newhouse Wildlife Rescue on Monday.Photos from Newhouse Wildlife Rescue: Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for September 5: Train Conductor Helps Locate Missing Puppy; Rented Trucks Not Returned To UHaulIn “Police Log”VIDEO: Wilmington’s Animal Control Officer Discusses His Job & Dog ParkIn “Videos”Wilmington Animal Control Rescues 12 Ducklings From Storm DrainIn “Government”
Department of Energy (DOE) Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Dr. David Danielson, U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Director of Operations, Office of Operations (OO), Cutris Wilburn, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, and USDA Departmental Administration (DA) Deputy Assistant Secretary Malcom Shorter cut the ribbon on the 1.6 Megawatt (MW) solar farm at USDA’s George Washington Carver Center in Beltsville, Md.Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack recently flipped the switch, activating the USDA’s first solar array project in the National Capital Region. The 1.6 Megawatt (MW) solar farm, located at the George Washington Carver Center (Carver Center) in Beltsville, Maryland, is the largest solar array on federal property in this region. This project, which is part of a larger commitment to transform the facility into a model for sustainability, will help meet the President’s Capital Solar Challenge. The new solar farm is expected to provide about 2,000 megawatt hours (MWh), or 20% of the Carver Center facility annual electrical power requirements, and handle most of GWCC’s electrical needs during the day.“”Today, USDA is another step closer to achieving its goal of energy independence. With this system, USDA is saving taxpayers over $300,000 annually in avoided energy costs,” said Vilsack. “As a Federal agency, USDA is leading the way in renewable energy in the National Capital Region. And we are proud to say that this 6.2 acre solar farm is the largest solar array on Federal property in this area.”There are over 5,000 state-of-the-art, industry-leading American made panels in this farm and it was built on what used to be Agriculture Research Service farmland, land that is now farming energy. The Carver Center consists of four interconnected buildings and grounds, which occupy about 45 acres of Federal land. The farm helps position USDA to meet President Obama’s new Executive Order goal to increase the share of electricity the Federal Government consumes from renewable sources to 30 percent.On hand for the event were Malcolm Shorter, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration, USDA, Dr. David Danielson, Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, U.S. Department of Energy, and Kate Brandt, Federal Chief Sustainability Officer, Council on Environmental Quality, Executive Office of the President.This project is part of a larger energy management and sustainability effort by the Department in managing its headquarters buildings. USDA’s sustainability program works by minimizing environmental impacts through implementation of energy and water conservation, sustainable landscapes, waste minimization and recycling, sustainable acquisition and green commuting projects at the Headquarters buildings and the Carver Center.
The Expedia.com.au brand’s annual ‘State of the Nation’ report, released today, reveals how passionate Australians get out there and explore the world as well as what they look for when planning their next holiday, which goes far beyond good shopping opportunities and having a pool or beach close by.Expedia’s report found Australia is a nation of travel aficionados who use Bucket Lists to keep their travel dreams on track:More than eight in ten (84%) Australians, over 18, have been overseasAlmost three quarters (71%) have explored a different country in the past two yearsThe average Australian international traveller has visited eight countriesAlmost one in ten Australian international travellers (8%) have visited more than 20 countriesIt also appears a weaker Australian dollar and resurgence in domestic travel are not deterring Australian travellers from travelling overseas or aspiring to travel overseas. In fact, three quarters (73%) of Aussies who have ever been overseas intend to travel again in the next 12 months.Of the travellers who have not travelled overseas in the last two years, 44% are planning a trip in the next two years. This trend is reflected in Expedia data, where demand for both domestic and international is growing year-on-year.From the USA to Uluru – Aussies’ travel starts with a Bucket ListWhether it’s written on a piece of paper, saved in their phone or etched firmly in their imagination, almost every Australian (97%) says they have a Travel Bucket List, listing the destinations they want to visit in the next five years.And, Aussies clearly don’t have a list just to dream about travel – 92% have crossed at least one travel experience off their bucket list, up on the 2014 result of 87%, suggesting this trend is acceleratingWhen looking at the top factors considered in selecting what they tick off their bucket list, nine in ten Aussies (93%) see a unique cultural experience as the most important aspect. Potentially challenging the status quo somewhat, unique cultural experiences are particularly important for the younger generation aged between 18-24 (98%).Next in order of importance is being able to disconnect from everyday life (92%), with 94% of capital-city dwellers citing this as important versus 89% of Aussies based in regional areas. This was followed closely by seeking pristine natural environments (91%).“Travel is a key part of the Australian way of life and it’s not surprising Australians are inspired to keep a bucket list when they’re surrounded by inspiring travel stories on social media, TV and in magazines,” Expedia Australia and New Zealand managing director Georg Ruebensal said.“Aussies love getting out there and exploring this amazing world we live in and this is evident as international and domestic travel increases. What’s exciting is that Australians are thinking beyond traditionally popular destinations and are seeking unique travel experiences.”Top international Bucket List destinations:USAEnglandCanadaNew ZealandItalyFranceJapanGermanyHong KongGreeceTop domestic Bucket List destinations:MelbourneSydneyHobartGold CoastPerthGreat Barrier ReefDarwinCentral Australia (Uluru and Alice Springs)Cradle MountainBroomeGreat Ocean RoadCairnsBrisbaneBucket lists are not just for destinations. More than eight in ten (86%) Australian travellers also have a number of special experiences on their bucket list.Nearly a third of Aussies would like to visit one or more of the Seven Wonders of the World (30%); followed closely by seeing the Northern Lights, Aurora Borealis (29%); holidaying like a VIP in luxury (28%); visiting the Artic or Antarctic (26%); and taking a luxury cruise (26%).Deeply patriotic, visiting a site of historical significance, such as Gallipoli, is another key experience at the top of Australians’ bucket lists. Two in five (39%) of Australians say they have ticked this experience off their bucket list, up 5% on the 2014 results, perhaps as a result of the ANZAC Centenary in April this year.Instagram AppealThe rise of visual social media platforms like Instagram, as well as the enhanced photo capabilities of smartphones, has led to 85% of respondents stating the opportunity for great photo opportunities was a key driver when choosing a destination. This trend is further mirrored by over half (56%) choosing digital cameras as a travel essential, compared to other travelling features such as WiFi (47% felt it was essential), travel apps (25%) and tablets (23%). ExpediaSource = Expedia
April 1, 2018 658 Views in journal, News, Technology Plano, Texas-headquartered mortgage technology-provider Pavaso is partnering with Title Resource Group’s Lender Services Division (TRGLS) to provide eClosing technology to TRGLS clients nationwide. Pavaso has created the industry’s only end-to-end digital closing platform to improve business processes, communication, and efficiency, and is continuing to focus on the improvement of the consumer experience.The partnership will deliver on TRGLS’s strategy of using technology to provide the best settlement experience possible with the aim of using this digital platform to decrease the time for the consumer at settlement, the ability to meet the ever-changing expectations of the customer, and facilitate a better execution process for lender partners. Pavaso’s technology brings all parties together into one secure portal for the transaction and delivers transparency, education, and information to everyone from beginning to end. This approach changes the way all parties to the transaction conduct closings. Scalable and flexible technology allows digital transactions ranging from hybrid closings to complete eNotes and eVault.“TRG Lender Services recognizes that the digital signing process was once thought of as the future, and is now becoming reality,” said Robert Fitzpatrick, SVP of TRGLS. “More than half of the states have pending legislation allowing for digital signatures, and our partnership with Pavaso keeps us at the forefront of these opportunities.” TRGLS is a full-service title, settlement, and vendor management company that operates in 48 states and the District of Columbia.“Working with TRGLS is another major step forward in the digital transformation,” said Mark McElroy, CEO, Pavaso. “We’re thrilled to see another national service firm cement its position as a leader in the industry by embracing the importance of consumer and client transparency. The digital mortgage is the gateway to an industry more client-centric and consumer-centric than it’s ever been before, which will be to everyone’s advantage.” Customers Digital Mortgage eClose Lenders Lending Services Pavaso platform technology TRGLS 2018-04-01 Radhika Ojha Share Pavaso Partners with TRG for eClosing Services
President Nicos Anastasiades on Tuesday met UN envoy Jane Holl lute at the presidential palace for their second meeting during her current visit to the island.She was then meeting Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci. The aim is to work out terms of reference that would allow a new round of Cyprus talks to go ahead.After the meeting at the palace, Government Spokesman. Prodromos Prodromou told reporters that consultations continued “in a productive environment”.“The president discussed with Ms Lute with a view to formulating the terms of reference to restart negotiations. The discussion will continue and Ms Lute will return early next year,” he said.Asked if they began to discuss details regarding the terms of reference, the spokesman said: “The formulation of terms of reference being discussed as far as the general principles and details are concerned.”In response to a question whether a framework had been set for the terms of reference, Prodromou said the process was “systematic and methodical”.“When there is something to announce we will announce it,” he added.Asked whether Lute had conveyed to the president any message from Akinci, who she met on Monday, the spokesman said Lute had been mandated by the UN Secretary-General to help formulate the terms of reference, and that was the message. You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 minute and see why everyone is addictedPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GameUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoThe Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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