Muslim student is offended by using Isla Melbourne
Conservative Brigitte Gabriel once said that the Muslims are radicals who want to murder. This quote was used in study materials of TAFE. 26 year old student Tayeba Quddus felt so distempered after finding this in lecture. Actually, Gabriel said, that of course not every Muslim is bad, but 15-25% are, and we can't ignore these numbers.
Quddus told, she had been already a part of unpleasant discussion about Muslims and their radicalism. She complained to a teacher, but it didn't heip. Then Ms Quddus appealed to Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission, a bit later she received appologies and pulled the offending materials down. the TAFE called the content 'inappropriate' and informed, that they welcome any feedback and are ready for improvement.
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Hospitals in the Gippsland Health Alliance were recently attacked by pro cyber criminals. It was sort of ransomware attack. A cyber incident discovered on Monday blocked access to several systems due to ransomware, including financial management. Nevertheless, the department assured, no personal patient data had been accessed.
The Victorian Government, police and cyber experts from the capital work together at securing the network. It is still not known what impact the attack had on servers. Investigations are continuing. David Cullen, the principal adviser to the State Government on cyber incidents, said hospitals were dealing with "sophisticated cyber criminals". Isolation led up to shutdown of some important patient information. So, now the hospitals have no choice, but to go offline.
The body of a palestinian student Aiia Maarsawe was found on January 13 at Bundoora near a tram stop. 20 year old Codey Herrmann was accused in killing and raping the girl, later he pleaded guilty, and today he must come to the Supreme Court of Victoria.
Maarsawe was attacked while speaking by phone with her sister on her way home, she lived in Melbourn not so long. The killer had to face the Court in June, dut his lawyer said, they would be completely ready only in October. He also said, Hermann had some medical reports concerning his neuropsychiatric health. This material is expected to be tendered to a Melbourne court.
On April 8 thirty-six people protested against animal husbandry, thereby they shut down some parts of the central Melbourne (Swanston and Flinders streets). The vegans could avoid the court conviction, instead they had to pay 100 dollars fine each to animal shelter. The activists plead guilty, however they said: "We must always question who the real criminals are — those who seek a kind and sustainable planet or those who seek to destroy it whilst causing immeasurable suffering in the process,"
The State Opposition castigated the decision of the Court and said they let off too easily. "I certainly do, and I think that those animal activists need to understand that they can't go on and disrupt Melbourne's streets and potentially put people's lives at risk by blocking ambulances and diverting police resources." said deputy Liberal leader.
So, the vegan activists must show up before the court again on January 13.
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On Friday the yellow FSR 500 tow truck was stolen by some man from Craigieburn, not far away from Melbourne. That very yellow truck was seen on Grange Road, South Morang by the policemen. A man who stole the tow truck drove at least 35 km. He ran a red light at The Lakes Boulevard, so the police started pursuance.
The thief drove carelessly and crashed into a tree on Wright Street, Sunshine, where he was arrested and shot by the policemen. Now he is in hospital with serious chest wounds. Police urge anyone who was a witness of the harassment or shooting to contact CrimeStoppers at 1800 333 000.
Other world news
Jamie Oliver tool £5.2m payout from his UK food business which was on the verge of ruination. The downfall of his food and media empire caused around 1,000 loss of employment.
The profit of Jamie Oliver Trade dropped in the year 2018 after investing £9.8m to bring a celebrity chef for upgrading his languishing restaurant of UK.
He uprose his new administrative umpire after diving the UK restaurant business in May.
John Oliver and his wife took a payout of £5.2m with the disintegration of his UK restaurant business, and hence his 22 restaurants were closed across the UK.
Both the restaurants of Glasgow and Edinburgh were closed after the collapse making 100 staffs unemployed.
The 21 Best Events this week in Denver
So long, summer, and Hi to colorful leaves, sweaters, oddly-flavored coffee drinks, and plenty to do. The beloved Haunted Screams Field comes back to scare off your trousers, and the Americas Biennial will bring you on a continent trip without abandoning Denver. All that is below, and much more!
Despite some of the top Japanese establishments in the city's heroic attempts, sake continues one of the most obscure alcoholic drinks. Whether to define it as a beer or a wine, we're not even sure, but we understand where to discover the best pours — and some top-notch sake schooling to go with. Izakaya Den, at 1487 South Pearl Street, regularly supplies unusual and exquisite brands at its bar, and on Monday, the older sibling of the neighboring Sushi Den will take to her Fall Sake Tasting a wonderful variety of craft products from seven sake manufacturers. You can choose between six or seven p.m. Start time; at eventbrite.com, passes including six tickets for tasting, chef Toshi Kizaki appetizers and a take-home sake cup are $70.
Cities across Gaza exploded in 2018 in what was named "The Great Return March." Organizers requested that Palestinian refugees be permitted to return to their estates, which had been confiscated centuries before when the Israeli state was created. The Israeli army fought against protesters during the conflict, and a sniper killed Razan al-Najjar, a young Gaza medic who became a symbol of violence. Empire Films collaborated with Palestinian video graphers to tell the story of the demonstrations that will be screened at 7 p.m. at the Esquire Theater, 500 Downing Street, in the documentary Gaza Fights for Freedom on Monday. The film will be shown by filmmakers Abby Martin and Mike Prysner. At eventbrite.com, tickets are $15, at the window $20.
Carlos Martiel, a Cuban artist, investigates the ethics of how dominant cultures have handled ethnic minorities in South Body throughout history, using rituals and ceremonies to examine politically-driven censorship, inequality and how cultural obstacles are created. Martel will post the job before the Americas Biennial; the free program will take place at 7 p.m., hosted by K Contemporary. Sterling Events Space, 1261 Delaware Street, on Tuesday,
Americas Biennial will return to Denver for another round of pan-American dialog, art and cultural events that have marked this event since its debut ten years earlier. This year's theme, "Empathy in Action," will guide the subject matter and art installations of the biennial through a slate of clinics, symposia and exhibitions, including the sharing experience of the Empathy Museum pop-up shoebox at 16th Street Tail Tracks Plaza between Wynkoop and Wewatta Streets, and the talk by Sir Richard Branson on "The Empathy Business." Everything wraps up at 4 p.m. Saturday, with the free Cósmico Americas community party at Civic Center Park with Jaguara, a spectacular art-car light show and performance stage created by a Colombian collective to spread the word about the disappearing jaguar's plight and the rain-forests inhabiting it.
தமிழ்நாடு முழுவதும் தென்மேற்கு பருவமழை பரவலாக பெய்துள்ளதால், அனைத்து பகுதிகளிலும் நீர் நிலைகளில் நீர் மட்டம் உயர்ந்துள்ளது. மழையின் காரணமாக பல்வேறு பகுதிகளிலும் விவசாயம் செழிப்பாக நடைபெற தொடங்கியுள்ளது. இந்நிலையில் மழையின் காரணமாக ஆங்காங்கே சில விரும்பத்தகாத சம்பவங்களும் நடைபெற்று வருகின்றன. அது வேறு எதுவுமில்லை மழை காலங்களில் ஏற்படும் கொசு பெருக்கம் மற்றும் கொசுவினால் ஏற்படும் வியாதிகளும்தான் அந்த விரும்பத்தகாத நிகழ்வுகள்.
மதுரை மாநகரில் ஆங்காங்கே தேங்கியுள்ள மழைநீரில் கொசு பெருக்கம் அதிகரித்ததால், அப்பகுதியில் டெங்கு மற்றும் மலேரியா நோய் அதிக அளவில் பரவி வருகிறது. சமீப நாட்களில் மதுரை அரசு மருத்துவமனையில் டெங்கு காய்ச்சலால் பாதிக்கப்பட்ட 12 பேர் சிகிச்சை பெற்று வருகிறார்கள். டெங்கு சிகிச்சைக்கான தனியாக வார்டு ஒதுக்கப்பட்டு டெங்கு நோயாளிகளுக்கு தீவிர சிகிச்சை அளிக்கப்பட்டு வருகிறது. மேலும் புதிதாக 50 படுக்கைகள் கொண்ட டெங்கு சிறப்பு வார்டு உருவாக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது. படுக்கைகள், கொசு வலைகள் என பல்வேறு வசதிகள் டெங்கு வார்டில் ஏற்படுத்தப்பட்டுள்ளன. மழைக்காலத்தில் வரும் சாதாரண காய்ச்சலை, டெங்கு என நினைத்து பயப்பட வேண்டாம் எனவும், டெங்கு காய்ச்சலை முற்றிலுமாக சரிப்படுத்தி விடலாம் எனவும் மதுரை மருத்துவமனை தலைமை மருத்துவர் தெரிவித்துள்ளார். வீடுகளைச் சுற்றிலும் நீர் தேங்காமல் பார்த்துக்கொள்ளுமாறும், நீர்நிலைகளில் கொசு ஒழிப்பு மருந்துகளை தெளிக்க வரும் மாநகராட்சி ஊழியர்களுக்கு ஒத்துழைப்பு தருமாறும் மக்களுக்கு மதுரை மாநகராட்சி சார்பில் கோரிக்கை விடப்பட்டுள்ளது.