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Your weekend weather outlook for the Northwest

first_img Google+ By News Highland – November 18, 2011 Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme Twitter Facebook WhatsApp Pinterest Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also 70% of Cllrs nationwide threatened, harassed and intimidated over past 3 years – Report Facebook Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORcenter_img Mild and cloudy this (Friday) evening and tonight with outbreaks of rain but dry intervals also. The rain will be more persistent in western parts of the province while eastern parts will have the best of the dry spells.Patches of mist and hill fog also.  Lows 10 or 11 degrees Celsius with moderate south to southeast breezes.Tomorrow, Saturday, will be mostly cloudy and mild with further outbreaks of rain but dry intervals also. Some brighter spells are likely to develop in western parts during the afternoon. Highs 12 to 14 degrees Celsius with light to moderate south to southeast breezes.Overcast on Sunday – temperatures 12 to 14 degress in  moderate south to southeast breezes. Your weekend weather outlook for the Northwest Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released Previous articleDecision taken not to axe the A5 upgrade – new time frame by 2012Next articleWoman robbed while doing her daily stations of the Cross in Donegal Town News Highland Pinterest Newsx Adverts WhatsApp Google+ Minister McConalogue says he is working to improve fishing quota Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powerslast_img read more

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In post-lockdown China, student mental health in focus amid reported jump in suicides

first_img“This highlights the importance and urgency of promoting mental health development in young students,” he said.At the parliamentary meeting, at least four delegates put forward proposals for more attention to be paid to students’ psychological needs.In one Shanghai district, there have been 14 suicides by primary and secondary school students so far this year – more than annual numbers for the last three years, Li Guohua, deputy mayor of Shanghai’s Pudong New Area district, told financial magazine Caixin in May.”It’s the tip of an iceberg,” he was quoted as saying. Reuters was unable to contact Li or confirm the number with local authorities.The state-owned Health Times also reported on Sunday that nationwide, 18 students had jumped off buildings in the past three months and quoted experts calling for more focus on student mental health. The article was, however, soon deleted – a common occurrence in China when sensitive topics are raised.Life educationAs China eased measures to stem the outbreak of the coronavirus, students began shifting from online classes back to classrooms in March.One online survey of 1.22 million primary and secondary students conducted that month by the southern province of Guangdong’s health commission and a university concluded that 10.5% were potentially grappling with mental health issues. Detailed findings were not published.In late April, China’s education ministry began telling schools to pay attention to mental health and adjust lesson plans so that students feel less academic pressure. Nearly a dozen local governments have since published measures, with the eastern province of Anhui scrapping some exams.The city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the virus in China, Hainan province and Shanghai are among local governments providing new “life education” classes aimed at helping students deal with stress and grief.In one such class, students were divided into two groups who raced to form English words, but one group was given a much harder set of letters – a prompt for a discussion about stressful situations.”The purpose was to make students aware that feeling stressed is natural, and that how you deal with that stress can lead to different outcomes,” said the teacher.She was one of six Shanghai-based teachers and school counselors interviewed for this story. All declined to be identified as they were not authorized to speak to media.”Reopening after the lockdown was very different compared to a normal return by kids after winter vacation,” said a counselor at a Shanghai high school.She said her workload has increased as students consult about academic pressure and study plans, and that she has online meetings with at least two families every week prompted by requests from students.”I am hoping the virus will teach kids how to deal with changes in life. Life is full of difficulties,” she said. Topics :center_img Some Chinese students returning to school after lockdown are grappling with familial conflict while others are stressing over how coronavirus disruptions have affected their academic performance, teachers and school counselors say.The heightened post-lockdown anxiety has become a matter of central government concern as domestic media report a spate of suicides by young people. It has also led to unprecedented measures by schools and local governments to focus on student mental health – a topic that like suicide has often been taboo in Chinese society.”There have been some heartbreaking incidents as schools reopened,” Yan Wu, vice mayor of the southern city of Zhuhai, said at China’s annual parliamentary meeting last month.last_img read more

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Sri Mulyani recalls meeting furniture maker Jokowi during 1998 crisis

first_img“Pak Jokowi used the ‘windfall profit’ wisely by increasing production capacity, taking advantage of the crisis to develop his business,” she said.Twenty-two years later, after Jokowi took the Presidential seat and asked her to become his finance minister, another crisis struck, she added.“Under the leadership of President Jokowi, we are overcoming it,” she said.In facing the current difficult times, Sri Mulyani said the government had encouraged economic recovery programs to help people, revive small and medium enterprises as well as to regrow economic activities.“Twenty-two years from now, what can you become?” she asks her followers at the end of the post.“[Build] your future by continuously learning, working hard, being honest and being resourceful. Have a steel mentality; don’t give up when facing trials and tests. Always pray,” she added.Topics : Indonesia’s economic growth, she recalled, had fallen sharply to minus 13.7 percent, while the exchange rate of the rupiah against the US dollar dropped from Rp 2,350 to Rp 16,000 per US dollar, causing many companies and banks to go bankrupt. On Aug. 14, 1998, Sri Mulyani said, she had been invited by Jokowi to speak at a seminar in Surakarta, in her capacity as an economist from the University of Indonesia, to explain why the financial crisis occurred and how Indonesia could save the economy.She said the seminar had been sponsored by Jokowi, who was at that time a businessman exporting furniture.She said Jokowi had been “tremendously blessed” during the crisis, because export revenue in US dollars jumped more than sixfold at the time.center_img Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati shared a throwback post on social media of her meeting with President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo when he was a furniture maker in Surakarta, Central Java, during the 1998 Asian financial crisis.After recalling how Jokowi overcame and advanced his business during the economic crisis 22 years ago, Sri Mulyani encouraged the Indonesian people to work and study harder for a better future in 22 years to come.A photo collage that Sri Mulyani posted on her Instagram account, @smindrawati, on Thursday showed a black and white poster revealing her and businessman Jaya Suprana as speakers at an event, also a picture of young Jokowi giving a speech.last_img read more

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Gobernador Wolf: “Use una máscara, Pennsylvania”

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Press Release,  Public Health Reiterando el mandato de la orden de usar máscara que la Secretaria de Salud, Dra. Rachel Levine firmó ayer, el Gobernador Tom Wolf nuevamente informó a todos los residentes de Pennsylvania que es obligatorio usar máscaras cuando están fuera de casa.“A medida que nos acercamos al fin de semana festivo del 4 de julio y hoy vemos otro aumento en los casos en Pennsylvania, es crucial que los residentes de Pennsylvania se tomen en serio el mandato de usar máscaras”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “Este virus no se ha ido y el uso de máscaras es un esfuerzo de mitigación obligatorio que sabemos que funciona para detener la propagación.“Hemos visto evidencia que indica que los recientes aumentos de casos en Pennsylvania pueden rastrearse a ámbitos donde las personas no usaban máscaras ni practicaban el distanciamiento social. Esto puede causar más y más casos en nuestro estado. Hemos logrados avances tan extraordinarios que no debemos desperdiciarlos, arriesgando vidas y medios de vida.“Todos debemos hacer una cosa simple para detener la propagación de la COVID-19: “Use una máscara, Pennsylvania”.La orden de la Secretaria de Salud incluye que las personas deben usar máscaras en las siguientes situaciones:Estar al aire libre y sin poder mantener consistentemente una distancia de seis pies de las personas que no son miembros de su hogar;Estar en cualquier lugar interior donde generalmente se permite el ingreso de miembros del público;Esperar, viajar, conducir u operar transporte público o de paratránsito o mientras está en un taxi, servicio de automóvil privado o vehículo de uso compartido;Recibir servicios del sector de la salud en ámbitos que incluyen, entre otros, hospitales, farmacias, clínicas médicas, laboratorios, consultorios médicos u odontológicos, clínicas veterinarias o bancos de sangre; oParticipar en un trabajo, ya sea en el lugar de trabajo o realizando trabajos fuera del sitio, que implique interactuar en persona con cualquier miembro del público, trabajar en cualquier espacio visitado por los miembros del público, trabajar en cualquier espacio donde se preparan o empaquetan alimentos para la venta o distribución a otros, trabajar o caminar por áreas comunes, o en cualquier habitación o área cerrada donde otras personas, excepto los miembros del hogar o residencia de la persona, estén presentes cuando no sea posible distanciarse físicamente.La orden incluye excepciones limitadas al requisito del uso de máscaras.View this information in English. Gobernador Wolf: “Use una máscara, Pennsylvania”center_img July 02, 2020last_img read more

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Volleyball: Wisconsin’s 2016 schedule lauded as toughest in program history

first_imgAs the Badgers prepare for what will surely be one of the most promising seasons in Wisconsin volleyball history, the team will also have one of the toughest schedules.Volleyball: Abundance of talent on display as team works way through offseasonSimply put, this could be the year for the University of Wisconsin women’s volleyball team. There is a mutual understanding among Read…The Badgers will play 17 teams that made the NCAA tournament last season, including three of the final four participants.Wisconsin will travel across the country and face some of the nation’s best in the non-conference portion of their schedule. The Badgers will be tested right out of the gate as they face Hawaii at the Wahine Invitational in Honolulu, which made a deep run in last season’s NCAA tournament.#Badgers release their 2016 schedule and it is arguably the #toughest ever! https://t.co/5Ojy2MGUuV pic.twitter.com/ejcCRvV2NI— Wisconsin Volleyball (@BadgerVB) April 7, 2016Another highlight of the non-conference slate is a trip to Austin, Texas, which will pit the Badgers against the Longhorns, last season’s national runner-up.Head coach Kelly Sheffield said in an interview on UWBadgers.com that he is excited for the schedule’s release.“It’s obviously a challenging schedule,” Sheffield said. “Not only with the level of teams that we are competing against — every non-conference team was ranked in the top 70 in last season’s RPI — but also with the travel.”Moving to conference play, the Badgers have a favorable draw to make a run toward another Big Ten championship.Of last season’s top three finishers in the Big Ten, Minnesota, Nebraska and Penn State, Wisconsin only plays Minnesota twice. Wisconsin will face defending NCAA champion Nebraska Oct. 21 in Lincoln and take on Penn State Oct. 28 at the Field House.The Badgers second matchup with the Gophers will double as the regular season finale and could have major conference and NCAA implications come November.Volleyball: Badgers set to go dancingSunday marked a day of praise for the University of Wisconsin volleyball team, who were announced as the sixth overall Read…Overall, Sheffield noted that the Big Ten is always one of the toughest conferences in America and this season should be more of the same.“As for the Big Ten, it’s hard to find too many teams that shouldn’t be even better this upcoming year.  A lot of talent returns in the conference.”The Badgers return to action this Saturday to take on Marquette 1 p.m. at the Field House. The exhibition will be the only time fans will have an opportunity to check out the team before next season.last_img read more

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