Dita Alangkara and Andi Jatmiko, Associated Press Updated 8:35 pm CDT, Wednesday, October 10, 2018 Rescue workers rest during a search for victims of Sept. 28 earthquake at Balaroa neighborhood in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018. Indonesia's disaster agency said Wednesday that it only needs tents, water treatment units, generators and transport from other countries as it responds to the Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami that killed more than 2,000 people. less Rescue workers rest during a search for victims of Sept. 28 earthquake at Balaroa neighborhood in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018. Indonesia's disaster agency said Wednesday that it ... more Photo: Dita Alangkara, AP People survey the damage caused by Sept. 28 earthquake at Balaroa neighborhood in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018. Indonesia's disaster agency said … [Read more...] about New Indonesia quake kills 3 in Java village, shakes Bali
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Less than 3 years left for the Sony PlayStation 4? It has been one of the biggest successes in video game history but the PlayStation 4 is officially entering ‘the last phase of its life cycle’.Depending on when you were born and when you got into gaming you will have been here before ushering in a new generation of console and waving goodbye to a trusty old friend.From the C64 to NES, Master System, SNES, Megadrive, N64, Mega CD, Gamecube, Dreamcast, PlayStation, XBox and their derivatives ever since to name but a few, technology is constantly advancing and so that goes hand in hand with the video game industry.And it seems we could be waving goodbye to the PS4 - which has sold a staggering 74 million units worldwide since its release in 2013 - in the next couple of years.During Sony’s Corporate Strategy Meeting, Playstation boss John Kodera was reported as saying that the console was entering the “final phase of its life cycle”. It seems we could be … [Read more...] about Console Corner: PlayStation 5 by 2021 after ‘end of life cycle’ comments?
0 Have your say A dad whose baby’s life was saved in a “miracle” operation in Leeds is preparing to cycle 100 miles to raise money as a thank you to the hospital. Iris Bell underwent open heart surgery to replace her faulty heart valve with a mechanical one when she was just five months old.Despite the complexity of the procedure on a child so small, Leeds General Infirmary (LGI) consultant cardiac surgeon Osama Jaber was one of just a handful of surgeons to have experience carrying out the operation.It was a success and Iris, now 16 months, is healthy and growing as normal.Read more: The Leeds surgeon who ‘performed a miracle’ to save baby IrisHer dad, Ashley Bell, launched a #RideForIris fundraising drive in a bid to raise cash for Leeds’ Children’s Heart Surgery Fund, which supports the LGI’s children’s wards. He has so far raised more than £10,000 and will on Saturday be joined by a squad of 37 cyclists for a … [Read more...] about Family’s 100-mile Leeds fundraiser after baby’s life saved in ‘miracle operation’
France is known for being a wonderful country for cyclists and not just because of the famous Tour de France race every summer. French people are particularly enthusiastic cyclists -- in fact in 2016 no fewer than 3,034,000 bikes were sold throughout the country. Drivers are generally considered to be understanding of their friends on two wheels and there is an abundance of picturesque villages and scenic landscapes offering a feast for the eyes. But before you do as the French and hop on your bike, these are the rules you need to know. The basics When cycling in France remember to make sure that your bike is properly equipped: it must have a white light at the front and a red one at the back, a bell with a 50-metre range and pedals with orange reflectors. You also need to remember that when cycling at night (and when visibility is bad) you should wear a high visibility vest and should avoid cycling two … [Read more...] about Rules of the road: Everything you need to know about cycling in France
Getty ImagesTomorrow ( Oct. 19), is the final outdoor Silent Savasana event for the season at Red Rock Resort. More than 1,000 fans turned out for the recent Red Rock Resort event at its massive pool. (Courtesy)Heber Acuna, 17 months old, pats a bunny at the petting zoo during the Funny Bunny Race at Bruce Trent City Park, Saturday, April 4, 2015. The event was a benefit for The Friends of Parkinson's. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Follow Bizu Tesfaye on Twitter @bizutesfaye Funny Bunny Race a benefit for Parkinson’s The annual Funny Bunny Race for Parkinson’s will be held beginning at 8 a.m. April 14 at W. Wayne Bunker Park, 7351 W. Alexander Road. Runners, walkers and hoppers will receive race-day T-shirts and goody bags. There will be a bunny hop for eggs, petting zoo, bounce houses, face painting and more for children. friendsofparkinsons.org ‘Boys of Summer’ sequel to show at Ruvo Center A screening of “Boys of Summer: Second … [Read more...] about Discover silent yoga, cycling in Las Vegas valley