Day: November 27, 2019

Champions League
Football
Liverpool
Napoli
Sport

Five Napoli fans arrested outside Anfield before Liverpool game | Football

Five Napoli fans were arrested after skirmishes outside Anfield before Liverpool’s 1-1 Champions League draw against the Serie A side. Claims that Napoli fans were carrying golf clubs as weapons were, however, dismissed by police. “Merseyside police is aware of social media posts saying Napoli fans are armed with golf clubs in the city centre,” […]

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5G
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Digital economy
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Google
Opinion

Europe and America have a Right To Know About #5G Safety

Google announced they are testing a new 5G smartphone, a move that aims to expand the company further into the branded hardware market – writes Theodora Scarato,  Executive Director of Environmental Health Trust.   September 10, Apple launched three new iPhones (iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max). Not to be shut out […]

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Football manager failed to warn his club’s owner about investors interested in third party ownership of players, court hears

A football manager failed to warn his club’s owner that a group of potential investors wanted to arrange third party ownership of players in breach of FA rules, a court heard yesterday.  Tommy Wright, who is charged with two counts of accepting a bribe, had agreed to arrange a meeting between Patrick Cryne, the owner of Barnsley […]

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Irish News

Patients on trolleys moved out of overcrowded Limerick emergency department after fire service inspection

Minister Simon Harris at the opening of Limerick A&E department in 2017. Picture: Brian Arthur University Hospital Limerick Patients on trolleys moved out of overcrowded Limerick emergency department after fire service inspection Independent.ie PATIENTS on trolleys have been transferred out of University Hospital Limerick’s overcrowded Emergency Department (ED), following an inspection by the Limerick fire […]

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Google pens Twitter ode to Scarborough after depicting it as a semi-collapsed house

Despite what you might think, Google says it actually loves Scarborough. A week ago, the tech giant sparked outrage among Torontonians when users discovered that a cursory search of the word “Scarborough” in Google led to a sad photo of a semi-collapsed house. The company promptly removed the photo, and on Tuesday, Google Canada posted […]

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Entertainment
impeachment
Late Show
Politics
Stephen Colbert

Stephen Colbert Kicks Off Holiday Season with ‘Impeachment Advent Calendar’

Late Show host Stephen Colbert used Tuesday night’s show to unveil his new Impeachment Advent Calendar based on the partisan impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump. The calendar, modeled on the White House, requires users to open a different door of the building every day of advent in order to get a piece of candy. Showing […]

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School bus driver arrested after video allegedly shows drinking on the job

AURORA, ILL. — A 44-year-old bus driver in suburban Chicago has been arrested after authorities say she drank beer while taking more than 30 elementary students to school. Michelle Passley of North Aurora was charged Monday with misdemeanor endangering the life and health of a child. Aurora police say bus video appears to show the […]

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Trump slammed her as a U.S.-hating ‘tax lady.’ She just got a promotion.

For the record, Vestager was never a tax official, but enforced the EU’s rules on competition and state aid, which in some cases limit the ability of EU capitals to offer incentives that allow corporations to evade tax obligations. Admired and feared across Europe for her toughness, Vestager has also long maintained that she harbors […]

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West Island Gazette

Springate left lasting legacy at John Abbott’s police tech program

George Springate (1938-2019) co-founded the Police Technology program at John Abbott College. JAC George Springate, who died Nov. 20 in Ottawa from colon cancer, held a remarkable number of professions during his lifetime: politician, judge, police officer and pro football player with the Montreal Alouettes. He was 81. But his contribution to the Police Technology […]

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