On the eve of this weekend’s joint World Bank/International Monetary Fund (IMF) annual meeting, senior officials from the financial institutions called for rich nations to open their markets to goods from developing countries. “Improving market access for developing countries is one of the most important steps that the rich countries could take to help fight global poverty,” World Bank Chief Economist Nicholas Stern said. Barriers faced by developing countries include tariff peaks and quotas, massive agricultural subsidies, and product standards that the Bank charges are applied arbitrarily and bureaucratically. Meanwhile, developing countries also pursue protectionist polices that impede their own growth and poverty reduction. Many policy makers in high-income countries understand these issues and have proposed measures to further open their markets, but progress has been too slow. “Now is the time for action,” Mr. Stern said. Speaking to reporters in Washington, D.C., the President of the World Bank, James Wolfensohn, agreed on the need to move from theory to practice. “The central thrust of this [weekend’s] meeting is going to be on the thrust of now making effective what we are doing and scaling up what we are doing, because without scaling up, we are not going to meet the development targets,” he said. Noting that the year 2015 – the target date set by the UN for reaching numerous anti-poverty and development goals – is “down the street,” Mr. Wolfensohn said. “There is no more time to waste on argument about how you do it; we have to get into doing it, and doing it with accountability and with transparency.”
With disease outbreaks such as bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) and bird flu affecting about a third of global meat exports, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) warned today of losses of up to $10 billion in the $33-billion-a-year meat and live animal trade if import bans extend throughout 2004. The losses, likely to accrue to the 12 countries facing export bans or market constrains as a result of disease concerns, do not include the costs of disease control measures, losses to producers and consumers through destabilized markets and fluctuating prices, and the general costs to the industry, the Rome-based agency said. The impact of the current bird flu epidemic in Asia on small poultry producers may be considerable, with over 100 million birds estimated to have died or been culled over the past two months. In particular, producers in export-dependent countries like Thailand, which has culled some 36 million birds or 25 per cent of its domestic flocks, will increasingly lose income as local prices drop sharply.In the case of BSE, countries around the world have banned beef imports from the United States and Canada, which account for more than a quarter of global beef exports (around 1.6 million tons, valued at approximately $4 billion). US beef exports, after reaching 1.2 million tons in 2003, are expected to drop to 100,000 tons in 2004 if bans remain in place for the entire year, the US Department of Agriculture estimates. Both Canada and the US, accounting for 4 million tons or 50 per cent of world exports of poultry meat, as well as nine Asian countries, have documented bird flu outbreaks. While these have not been reported in commercial flocks in North America, a prolonged ban on exports, which constitute 15 percent of US production, will put downward pressure on all of the country’s meat prices. As a result of poultry and beef import bans, FAO expects demand for substitutes such as pork to increase significantly. This is already visible in Japan where shortages of beef and chicken have led to a 40 per cent surge in pig-meat prices in February.
A BBC art historian has said art galleries prevent visitors taking phone photographs so they can sell more tea-towels and postcards, after he was told off for photographing an exhibit at the National Gallery in Scotland.Dr Bendor Grosvenor, who was an art historian for Fake or Fortune, posted a picture of a waving hand obstructing his iPhone’s view of a Rembrandt painting, and wrote: “I’d love to be able to show you how excellent the new @NatGalleriesSco Rembrandt exhibition is. But at the merest hint of my iPhone, an assistant rushed over to say no photos allowed, and demand that I delete the photo I’d taken (of his hand).”He told The Telegraph that the rules are in place for licensing reasons, so galleries can sell more merchandise.The art writer explained: “What museums do is they try and raise the revenue by selling image licenses by reproducing their photos. If ordinary punters take photos then they think that stops their ability to do that. But someone taking a picture on their iPhone isn’t going to start making up tea-towels.”–– ADVERTISEMENT ––Dr Grosvenor argued that museums could be shooting themselves in the foot with this rule, because social media posts of paintings can drum up excitement for an exhibition. He said the ban is “all about copyright and museum revenue and income,” explaining: “The copyright issue is essentially about the work of living artists but not an issue for Rembrandt. Dr Grosvenor and I thought Rembrandt would love it, he would see it as a great commercial marketing initiative.”Dr Schama said he often is “followed around” galleries by guards when he comes to the UK because he takes photographs.He said being told off for taking pictures is “quite aggravating and not doing that makes for a much happier gallery experience.” He explained: “Of course, if you think about it, every person in that exhibition these days is a little advertising agent for that exhibition, I just wanted to tweet a little photograph from inside the exhibition and show how excellent the exhibition was, so people would go. If they don’t want me to do that then that’s their loss. “I was in the National Gallery the other day and the only noise you could hear was the poor guard moving around saying ‘No photos! No photos!’’. Museums and galleries are often the slowest to move with the times.”Civilisations presenter Dr Simon Schama agreed, and said photographs should only be banned in the case of “obnoxious selfie sticks” which block the view.Dr Schama told The Telegraph: “There are some obnoxious things that I don’t think should be there like selfie sticks or taking selfies in front of paintings. I wouldn’t mind banning that. But for people to take photos of details of the works of art, I honestly can’t see what the problem is at all.” Rembrandt no longer bothered by this, or so I heard https://t.co/iqPn7FLaSD— Simon Schama (@simon_schama) July 17, 2018 “They can be fantastic research tools if you want to see how the paint lies on the painting. I do that all the time. Then you have a photo archive to work with. You can see it in much more detail than on an online picture.”A spokesperson for the National Galleries of Scotland told The Telegraph: “Visitors to the National Galleries of Scotland are welcome to take photographs or video for personal, non-commercial use. All other uses require prior permission from National Galleries of Scotland.“Photography is usually not permitted in special exhibitions which include works that do not belong to NGS. This is primarily because many lenders (private and public) understandably require us to restrict or ban photography of the works that they have entrusted to our care. Photography within the permanent collection may also be restricted for some loaned works of art, as indicated by a ‘Please do not photograph’ notice on wall labels of certain works.” The historian added: “You can, providing you’re not obnoxious and get in the way, you can take photos of tiny details of brushwork that you wouldn’t get on a postcard. Dr Simon Schama said he frequently takes photographs at galleries for his workCredit:Jay Williams The irony is that the painting I wanted to tell you about belongs to the @rijksmuseum, who are delighted for anyone to take photos of their objects and share them.— Dr Bendor Grosvenor (@arthistorynews) July 17, 2018 Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
Alan Mickel at the hearing in PerthCredit:PA Ms Ahmed-Sheikh held the title of cash room manager at Hamilton Burns before her resignation in May 2015, when she was elected MP for Ochil and South Perthshire. She lost the seat in the 2017 general election.She now works with Mr Salmond, the former first minister, on his talk show on the Kremlin-backed RT channel.She said after the hearing that for nearly two years she had endured “smear and innuendo” and claimed that during the 2017 election campaign a series of leaks suggested she was being “charged with financial impropriety and that funds had been taken from a vulnerable individual”.She added: ”Now it is admitted on all sides that there was no impropriety whatsoever and the trust has suffered no loss whatsoever. I am pleased that the tribunal has decided to impose the lower penalty of censure rather than striking off.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. John Bercow, Speaker of the House of Commons, provided a character reference for her, in which he described the married mother-of-four as “passionate, fearless and extremely articulate”, adding: “I have found her to be honest, diligent and trustworthy.”Dorothy Bain QC, acting for Ms Ahmed-Sheikh, 48, described her career as a practising solicitor from 1996 to 2015 as “unblemished” and said she would like to continue her legal work. Ms Ahmed-Sheikh with Mr Salmond in LondonCredit:Elliott Franks An inspection of the firm raised concerns in October 2015 and Mr Mickel resigned that December. A former Nationalist MP has been fined £3,000 after being found guilty of professional misconduct while she was a partner at a law firm.Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh, Alex Salmond’s broadcasting partner, admitted failings at a disciplinary tribunal.She faced a Law Society inquiry with Alan Mickel, her ex-colleague at the now defunct firm Hamilton Burns, amid concerns over money taken out of a trust that was set up in 2012 on behalf of his sister.The hearing was told he believed it was a “private family matter”, but in legal terms should have been considered as a client of the firm. Loans made to the struggling law firm from the trust were said to constitute a conflict of interest.The Law Society said Ms Ahmed-Sheikh and Mr Mickel showed “disregard for the rules” when they failed to keep proper accounts of the trust and when sums were borrowed.It said their actions constituted a conflict of interest and risked undermining public confidence in the profession.The Scottish Solicitors’ Discipline Tribunal in Perth found both guilty of professional misconduct, fined them each £3,000 and found them liable for the expenses of the Law Society.However, they avoided being struck off and it was agreed that their belief that the trust was not a client of the firm was “genuine but erroneous”, and that there was no suggestion of dishonesty or personal benefit. The panel heard 50-year-old Mr Mickel hoped to relocate to England and become a barrister.
A bust of John F Kennedy funded by Sunday Telegraph readers has been “spirited away” following vandalism, prompting a charity to call for its reinstatement. In 1964 a busy of the assassinated US President John F Kennedy was erected in London. However in 2017 it became the target of what one charity has dubbed “some malevolent imbecile” who vandalised it and triggered its removal from Marylebone Road in a bid to restore it.However the bronze bust of the 35th US president, who has stood near Great Portland Street station for more than 40 years, has remained in storage ever since. Now The Royal Fine Art Commission Trust is calling for its return to its rightful plinth. In a letter to the Sunday Telegraph, Stephen Bayley, Chairman, The Royal Fine Art Commission Trust, wrote: “Sculpted by Jacques Lipchitz and unveiled by Robert Kennedy, it stood on its black granite plinth facing the Marylebone Road until, in 2017, some malevolent imbecile vandalised it and it was removed for restoration.“It has now been reinstated – not on its original site and plinth but out of sight and under cover in a nearby back street, supposedly for “security reasons”. The polished granite plinth, which is on Marylebone Road – but is currently headless Credit:collect/collect Robert Bargery, director of The Royal Fine Art Commission Trust, describes the bust as having been “spirited away” and said that its removal from the plinth “compounds the vandalism”.“What greater damage can be done to it than just disappearing?” he added. “It needs to be where people can be proud of it rather than be frightened of the consequences.”“It seems a little bit craven to give up and put it round the corner rather than where Kennedy unveiled it.”The bust was erected two years after President Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas in 1963.It was paid for by readers of the Sunday Telegraph who responded to an appeal for a monument to mark the President in London. They raised more than £50,000.It was cast by the renowned sculpture, Lipchitz, and unveiled by the late president’s brother Robert F Kennedy, who was himself assassinated in 1968.In response Martin Chalker, chief executive of International Students House, said: “The bust is not in a backstreet – it’s in the main entrance for everyone to see. When the bust was vandalised, the culprit also tried to steal it and the police have CCTV evidence showing this. “We as IHS were asked to be custodians and we insure it. It’s insured for £250,000 and we had a discussion with our insurers and they suggested we put it somewhere safer and, as a result, we put it in the front entrance to the house.” “Its present guardians, International Students House, should put it back where it was meant to be, in a prominent position where it was seen by thousands of passers-by every day. As a matter of principle, we should never allow vandals to cow us into hiding away our tributes to great men.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
← Previous Story Handball train ready for WC 2011 Next Story → IHF insures all players at World Championship in Sweden After they lost against Germany 23:28 in Hamburg, Swedish national team brought some optimism with a win against Norway 37:30 (19:12). Ola Lindgren and Staffan Olsson now can be a little bit more satisfied before the start of WC 2011 in their country.Norway: Ege, Ervik – Myrhol 6, Tvedten 6, Samdahl 5, Hansen 4, Bjørnsen 3, Rambo 2, Kjelling 1, Koren 1, Mamelund 1, Tangen 1, Dahl, Paulsen, Skoglund.Sweden: Andersson, Sjöstrand – Andersson 5, Du Rietz 5, Ekberg 5, Carlen 4, Petersen 4, Doder 3, Larholm 3, Larsson 3, Källman 2, Arrhenius 1, Gustavsson 1, Lennartsson 1, Karlsson L., Karlsson T.Sweden plays in group D with Poland, Slovakia, Korea, Chile and Argentina.FOTO Erik Abel / SCANPIX / Kod 9200 Kim AnderssonSwedish handball teamWC handball 2011
Lèpre : symptômes, mécanismes et traitements, où en est-on ?Du 25 au 27 janvier 2013, se tient la 60e Journée mondiale des Lépreux organisée par la Fondation Raoul Follereau. L’occasion de sensibiliser la population à cette maladie, qui continue de faire des milliers de victimes, et de collecter des fonds pour poursuivre le combat.La lèpre également appelée “maladie de Hansen” est une pathologie infectieuse due à la bactérie Mycobacterium leprae. Connue depuis l’Antiquité, elle s’attaque aux nerfs périphériques, à la peau et aux muqueuses, jusqu’à causer de sévères infirmités si elle n’est pas traitée. Elle s’avère alors particulièrement invalidante. Bien qu’elle soit peu contagieuse, la lèpre fait chaque année plus de 200.000 nouveaux cas, parmi lesquels plus de 20.000 enfants, selon les chiffres de l’Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS). Mais ce sont aujourd’hui des millions de personnes qui vivent avec des séquelles causées par la lèpre principalement en Asie du sud-est, en Afrique et en Amérique. Si les mécanismes de transmission de la bactérie restent relativement flous, la maladie en elle-même est bien mieux connue. Les médecins ont ainsi déterminé qu’il existe plusieurs formes de lèpre : la lèpre tuberculoïde (la plus fréquente), la lèpre lépromateuse ainsi que plusieurs formes intermédiaires. Les premiers symptômes visibles sont des taches dépigmentées et sèches sur la peau qui devient insensible à ces endroits précis (anesthésie). Toutefois, les premiers signes de la maladie peuvent apparaitre des années après l’infection par la bactérie, le temps d’incubation étant particulièrement lent (5 ans en moyenne). Sans traitement, les lésions vont peu à peu progresser et également s’attaquer aux nerfs, aux membres et aux yeux, en fonction de la forme de lèpre. Les atteintes peuvent alors devenir permanentes et conduire à des troubles sévères, des paralysies et des infirmités définitives. Un traitement antibiotique efficace Pendant longtemps, le seul traitement contre la lèpre a consisté à exclure les malades et les réunir dans des lieux d’isolement. Puis des médecins ont découvert que certaines huiles végétales (l’huile de chaulmoogra et l’huile de Tamanu) étaient efficaces pour traiter la maladie. La lèpre étant d’origine bactérienne, les spécialistes se sont ensuite tournés vers des antibiotiques qui ont depuis, permis de guérir des millions de malades. En 1981, l’Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS) a ainsi recommandé une thérapie composée de trois antibiotiques comme traitement de référence contre la lèpre.Composé de dapsone, de rifampicine et de clofazimine, le traitement est capable de détruire la bactérie et de guérir les malades en 6 à 12 mois (en fonction de la gravité). Il doit cependant être administré suffisamment tôt pour faire disparaitre les lésions et éviter les mutilations. Si elle ne peut réparer les invalidités constituées, cette trithérapie représente le moyen le plus sûr et le plus efficace actuellement pour tuer la bactérie : plus de 14 millions de lépreux ont été guéris au cours des 25 dernières années. Le risque de rechute est faible. Il n’existe aucun vaccin qui puisse prévenir la maladie, bien que la recherche continue pour mieux comprendre le fonctionnement de la bactérie. Prolonger les efforts pour éviter que la maladie n’émerge de nouveauÀ lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?”Il est indiscutable que la lutte contre la lèpre a enregistré des résultats encourageants. Aujourd’hui, nous disposons de traitements très efficaces et accessibles, même si la bataille n’est pas encore gagnée ; il faut maintenir les activités de lutte contre la lèpre pendant encore des décennies, sans quoi nous risquons de voir cette maladie devenir ré-émergente dans les 20 ans à venir…”, a expliqué dans un communiqué le Docteur Christian Johnson, médecin conseil de la Fondation Raoul Follereau qui lutte contre la lèpre depuis sa création en 1968. Actuellement, cette fondation soutient 211 programmes menés dans 25 pays pour assurer aux lépreux des soins de qualité, former le personnel soignant, développer des activités de prévention des invalidités et appuyer la recherche. Des actions auxquelles elle sensibilise encore davantage la population, chaque année, lors de la Journée mondiale des Lépreux.Pour en savoir plus sur la maladie et la fondation, rendez-vous sur le site : http://www.raoul-follereau.org/ Le 25 janvier 2013 à 14:46 • Maxime Lambert
Saroornagar: Students of Sri Vamshidhar High School (SVHS) in Nadergul bagged the overall championship in ‘Khelo Hyderabad’ Athletic Championship-2019 conducted by Hyderabad District Athletics Association.A total of 20 schools in and around Hyderabad participated in the event. SVHS bagged one gold medal in the long jump, one silver medal and two bronze medals in Running.
Animal Husbandry department and Forest officials deposit a bat into a container after catching it inside a well at Changaroth in Kozhikode in the Indian state of Kerala on 21 May, 2018. Photo: AFPThe death toll from an outbreak of the rare Nipah virus in southern India jumped to 10 Tuesday with more than 90 people quarantined to try to stem the spread of the disease, officials said.With tests from other suspect deaths awaited, authorities in Kerala state have ordered emergency measures to control the virus, which is spread by fruit bats.Three of the fatalities are members of the same family — dead bats were found in a well at their home. A nurse who treated one of the family has also died, leaving a heart-wrenching note for her family.”We sent 18 samples for testing. Out of these 12 tested positive. Ten of those who tested positive have died and the remaining two are undergoing treatment,” a health official in Kerala’s Kozhikode district, the centre of the outbreak, told AFP.Ninety-four people who have come into contact with those who died have been isolated in their homes.”They have been quarantined as a precaution,” Kerala state health surveillance officer K.J. Reena told AFP.Nipah has killed more than 260 people in Malaysia, Bangladesh and India since 1998 and has a mortality rate of nearly 70 percent, according to the World Health Organisation.There is no vaccination for the virus which induces flu-like symptoms that lead to an agonising encephalitis and coma.The WHO has named Nipah as one of the eight priority diseases that could cause a global epidemic, alongside the likes of Ebola and Zika.- Nurse hailed -Among the dead in the Kerala outbreak was nursing assistant and mother-of-two Lini Puthussery, who had helped to treat one of the original family suffering from Nipah.Puthussery died on Monday and was cremated before her family members could bid her a final goodbye because of fears the virus could spread.In a final note she scribbled in a hospital isolation unit, she urged her husband to take care of the children.”I don’t think I will be able to see you again. Sorry. Please take care of our children,” she said.Kerala state Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said Puthussery’s “selfless service will be remembered”.He also said many professionals had expressed their willingness to work in Nipah affected areas. “The government of Kerala welcomes their service,” he said on Twitter.Health authorities across the state were on high alert, setting up medical camps and a control room to tackle the emerging situation.They have urged residents to take precautions include avoiding eating fruit fallen on the ground and drinking raw date palm sap.U.V. Jose, district collector of Kozhikode, said government and private hospitals were working in close coordination.”Health staff are visiting individual households giving them specific instructions including about eating fruits from outside and other precautions,” he told AFP.Authorities in Goa and Tamil Nadu states, neighbouring Kerala, said they were monitoring the spread of the outbreak.Nipah first appeared in Malaysia in 1998. It spread to Singapore and more than 100 people were killed. On that occasion, pigs were the virus hosts but they are believed to have caught it from bats.In India the disease was first reported in 2001 and again six years later, with the two outbreaks claiming 50 lives.Both times the disease was reported in West Bengal state bordering Bangladesh.Bangladesh has borne the brunt of the disease in recent years, with more than 100 people dying of Nipah since a first outbreak was reported in 2001. In 2004, humans became infected with Nipah after eating date palm sap contaminated by fruit bats.
News | September 08, 2008 CSA Medical Set to Put the Freeze on Thoracic Disease September 8, 2008 – A new medtech spin-off from CSA Medical Inc. is reportedly about to give cancer patients and their… read more June 8, 2009 – A recent Frost & Sullivan end-user survey shows increased awareness and utilization of new tools and approaches to treating atrial fibrillation (Afib). Market estimates show that less than 20 percent of the addressable market for atrial fibrillation therapy is being served due to limited regulatory approval and lack of provider training and expertise. The market that participants like to call “two years away, for the past ten years,” is now building momentum due to ongoing clinical research and recent FDA approval of the first catheter ablation system for treatment of atrial fibrillation in February of 2009.The latest end-user study from Frost & Sullivan’s Medical Device group assesses a variety of critical dynamics of catheter ablation approaches and technologies in treatment of both paroxysmal and long-standing persistent atrial fibrillation. Electrophysiologists, cardiologists, and cardiac surgeons provided insight on factors such as adoption drivers, clinical preferences, expected impact of the economy, referral patterns, assistive technologies and brand perceptions.Select findings include the following:• Compared to results collected during Frost & Sullivan’s 2007 End User Perceptions of Atrial Fibrillation Study, this more recent study noted a statistically significant increase in awareness of the latest trends in EP ablation procedures and technologies.• One-quarter of electrophysiologists currently use robotic-assisted magnetic navigation systems. Of those who do not, 41 percent report that they are very unlikely to adopt a robotic or magnetic system for ablation in the next 12 months.• Upgrading of existing products and technologies is foreseen to be very or somewhat negatively impacted by the economy by 53 percent of responding electrophysiologists.• The most utilized ablation strategy for paroxysmal atrial fibrillation is wide-area circumferential ablation. The least utilized ablation strategy is the target-fractionated electrogram.• On average, cardiologists on average estimate that 35 percent of their patients are aware of and receptive to ablation procedures.Researchers conducted fieldwork in March 2009. The total sample consisted of 166 clinicians, broken down into 103 electrophysiologists, 47 general cardiologists, and 16 cardiac surgeons within the U.S.”The atrial fibrillation market is considered to be one of the next major opportunities for growth in the cardiovascular space, particularly for companies focused on management and treatment of cardiac rhythm disorders,” notes Frost & Sullivan Industry Manager Venkat Rajan. “Due to mounting clinical support and the concurrent maturation of assistive technologies that enable for more accurate target identification and treatment planning, the market is poised to undergo a significant change over the next five years.”As the market continues to develop, there are number of key clinical and product features that system developers must define themselves around as they seek distinction in the marketplace,” explains Rajan.For more information: www.medicaldevices.frost.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | June 08, 2009 Frost & Sullivan Says There is Momentum for Catheter AF Ablation Technologies News | November 08, 2010 Survey Shows Physicians Less Comfortable Stopping Cardiac Devices November 8, 2010 – Physicians are significantly less comfortable discussing withdrawal of pacemaker (PM) and… read more Feature | October 15, 2014 Imricor Announces First Procedures in Clinical Study of MR-Enabled Cardiac Ablation Products Imricor Medical Systems, Inc. announced the first three cardiac ablation procedures were completed in the first… read more News | September 14, 2008 FDA Clears BSD Medical’s MicroThermX-100 Microwave Ablation System September 15, 2008 – BSD Medical Corp. read more News | September 08, 2009 Siemens, SurgiVision to Build MRI-Guided Cardiac EP System September 8, 2009 – Siemens Healthcare and SurgiVision Inc. today announced an agreement for the codevelopment and… read more News | February 10, 2008 ACC Covering Gambit In Cardiovascular Science and Education February 11, 2008 – The American College of Cardiology will hold its Annual Scientific Session from March 29-April 1 read more Feature | August 20, 2010 Imaging System May Boost Accuracy Treating Ventricular Tachycardia August 19, 2010 – Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore have developed a novel 3-D… read more News | March 31, 2010 Medtronic Seeks Clearance for MRI-Safe Pacemaker March 31, 2010 – The number of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans performed increases each year, as does the number… read more News | June 19, 2009 Medtronic Gets European Approval for Second-Generation MRI-Safe Pacemaker June 19, 2009 – Medtronic Inc. today said it received CE (Conformité Européenne) mark for the company’s second-… read more Related Content Technology | March 22, 2011 Intelligent Cardiac Structured Reporting Featured at ACC 2011 March 22, 2011 – Further enhancing its cardiovascular reporting capabilities, Fujifilm Medical Systems Inc. added its… read more
MIAMI – The Carnival Ecstasy has gotten a major upgrade, having undergone a multi-million-dollar renovation that has added new dining and beverage options.The upgrades were incorporated during a two-week dry dock from Jan. 10-24 in The Bahamas. It then returned to Charleston, South Carolina to resume its year-round schedule of four- to 10-day departures from that port.New enhancements include Guy’s Burger Joint, a free-of-charge poolside venue developed in partnership with celebrity chef Guy Fieri, and BlueIguana Cantina, a complimentary Mexican eatery. Also new are Alchemy Bar, a ‘cocktail pharmacy’-themed lounge with mixologists, and Cherry On Top, which serves bins of bulk candy and fanciful gifts.Along with the recent additions, guests can also find a variety of onboard features, such as the poolside Red Frog Rum Bar and Blue Iguana Tequila Bar, a Water Works aqua park, a Serenity adults-only retreat and Spa Carnival health and wellness facility.Carnival Ecstasy’s schedule runs year round from four- to seven day cruises to destinations throughout The Bahamas and Caribbean. The ship will also operate a 10-day Carnival Journeys Caribbean voyage round trip from Charleston Nov. 5 to 15, 2017. Visit carnival.com. Posted by Tags: Carnival Cruise Line Multi-million-dollar dining and beverage concepts debut on Carnival Ecstasy Monday, February 6, 2017 Travelweek Group << Previous PostNext Post >>
The Cyprus News Digest, in collaboration with the Cyprus Mail, brings you an in-depth analysis of some of the latest developments in local and international – in audio form.Presented by Rosie Charalambous, this week:We look in depth at what the recent EU elections tell us about CyprusYou can air your views on climate change at a ‘cafe scientifique’President Anastasiades hails close Cyprus-UK relations at the Queen’s birthday partyFor more, visit: http://cyprusmail.libsyn.com/ You May LikeSUVs | Search AdsThese SUVs Will Take Your Breath Away. Research 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsSUVs | Search AdsUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’UndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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