Injury-free Suliasi Vunivalu eyeing Wallabies debut against England

Jun 21, 2022

Despite his limited pro rugby experience, Suliasi Vunivalu says playing in four NRL grand finals with Melbourne means he can handle the pressure of a Wallabies debut in the England Test series next month. The 26-year-old winger is finally injury-free and eager to get his international career started ahead of next year’s Rugby World Cup in France. With Marika Koroibete a Wallabies Test certainty, Vunivalu’s selection would see the Fiji-born duo reunited as a wing pair for the first time si ...read more

Roman Balandin: A Legend in the Field of Real Estate

Jun 21, 2022

Manalapan Township, New Jersey, June 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Roman Balandin is one of the most sought-after real estate agents in New Jersey. He is an entrusted broker and the owner of ROMAN BALANDIN REALTY . With his sheer enthusiasm and amiable demeanour, along with over 13 years of experience has established himself as a leader in the real estate industry. As a master negotiator, Roman Balandin approaches each transaction with the utmost professionalism, bringing a significant amount ...read more

What is the Hertzbleed computer chip hack and should you be worried?

Jun 21, 2022

By Matthew Sparkes 3D rendering of a computer chip jiang jie feng/Shutterstock Hertzbleed, a newly identified attack that could be used to grab information from computer chips, has captured the attention of technology security researchers – and technology news websites. Here’s what you need to know about the story. What is Hertzbleed? It is a new computer hack that takes advantage of a power-saving feature common to modern computer chips in order to steal sensitive data. It has b ...read more

UK towns have become 'news deserts' as people get their news from Facebook rather than local papers

Jun 21, 2022

Whitby, North Yorkshire, U.K. Credit: David Hawkes/Unsplash A new Charitable Journalism Project report—Local News Deserts in the UK—examines the effects of the collapse of local news through the eyes of people in seven places across Britain. Lead researcher Dr. Steven Barclay, from City, University of London's Department of Journalism, shows that years of economic instability, corporate acquisitions and hollowing out of newsrooms have weakened social cohesion and local accounta ...read more

Iconic Hong Kong floating restaurant capsizes at sea

Jun 21, 2022

Hong Kong's iconic Jumbo Floating Restaurant has capsized in the South China Sea less than a week after it was towed away from the city. According to the restaurant's owner, it encountered "adverse conditions" as it was passing the Xisha Islands, also known as the Paracel Islands. Water got inside and it began to tip. No one was injured but efforts to save the vessel failed and it capsized. Aberdeen Restaurant Enterprises said it was "very saddened" by what had happened. Image: The journ ...read more

2023: Labour Party will take over power – Plateau Chairman, Zamfara

Jun 21, 2022

The Chairperson of Labour Party, LP, in Plateau State, Grace Zamfara, has expressed optimism that the party and its presidential candidate, Peter Obi, will emerge winner of the 2023 general elections. Mrs. Zamfara stated this at a press conference organised by the party’s chairmen across the 17 Local Government Areas of Plateau State on Monday in Jos. Zamfara, represented by her Deputy, Mike Audu, insisted that the 2023 governorship election in Plateau would be won by the LP. According to hi ...read more

UN calls on UAE to release British man imprisoned in Dubai since 2008

Jun 21, 2022

UN officials have called on the United Arab Emirates to immediately release a British businessman who has been detained in the country since 2008. The UN’s working group on arbitrary detention has ruled that Ryan Cornelius has been held arbitrarily in the UAE since 2008 when he was arrested at Dubai airport. He has contracted tuberculosis while in detention. The 68-year-old’s lawyers say he was subjected to a number of human rights violations, including prolonged periods of solitary confin ...read more

Iran says illegal immigrants not registered by June 22 will be expelled

Jun 21, 2022

The Iranian Interior Ministry says all foreign nationals, who are staying in the country illegally, will be immediately deported if they fail to register with the ministry’s offices for registration of illegal immigrants by Wednesday. The ministry’s deputy for law enforcement affairs says all illegal immigrants, who are deported, will face prosecution if they re-enter Iran. “The census plan for Afghan nationals began in April and was welcomed by the foreign nationals and so far 2,270,000 ...read more

Former U.S. ambassador says lifting China tariffs could slash inflation by 1% over time, help Biden in midterms

Jun 21, 2022

Removing tariffs on imported Chinese goods will strip 1% off inflation in the U.S. over time and return confidence to the economy which could help President Joe Biden at the ballot box, former U.S. ambassador David Adelman says. “Inflation will be No. 1 issue in midterm elections in the U.S. in November,” Adelman told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on Monday. “While the president is limited in his ability to control inflation, there is one important tool in his toolbox,” said Adelman, who s ...read more

Supermicro Announces Global Availability of Intelligent Edge Systems featuring Intel Xeon D Processors

Jun 21, 2022

Increased Performance and Workload Optimized Systems with Front I/O, Short-Depth, AI Inferencing, and IP65 Ruggedized Outdoor Enclosure Options – Bring High Performance and AI Closer to Data Generation NUREMBERG, Germany and SAN JOSE, Calif., June 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Embedded World 2022 —  Super Micro Computer, Inc. (Nasdaq: SMCI), a global leader in enterprise computing, storage, networking, and green computing technology, is announcing the global availability of a wide range of ...read more

Genes Can Predict the Success of Arthritis Treatment

Jun 21, 2022

Scientists have discovered that the molecular profiling of diseased joint tissue may considerably influence whether certain drug treatments for rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients will work. A recent study demonstrates that genes may predict how well people respond to treatments for arthritis. According to a new study from the Queen Mary University of London, molecular profiling of diseased joint tissue might greatly impact whether certain drug treatments will be effective in treating rhe ...read more

Children to get CRISPR treatment for sickle cell disease in trial

Jun 21, 2022

CRISPR gene-editing trials for treating beta thalassaemia and sickle cell disease are being extended to include people under the age of 12 after positive results in older people Health 16 June 2022 By Michael Le Page Sickle cell disease is a recessive genetic disorder that affects red blood cells Science Picture Co/Alamy CRISPR gene-editing trials for treating sickle cell disease and beta thalassaemia are being extended to include children aged under 12 after the therapies ...read more