Related Items:damara dillett, grand bahama, nhi Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Grand Bahama International Airport Will Reopen Today Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppNassau, The Bahamas – Monday, February 15, 2016 – Public consultations regarding National Health Insurance Bahamas continued throughout the island of Grand Bahama on Friday, February 12, to educate and engage residents about the modern, affordable and accessible healthcare system. Ms. Damara Dillett, representing the NHI Bahamas Secretariat, spoke about the need for national health insurance, clarified who is eligible and outlined the benefits of primary care. While consulting with staff members at the Ministry of Grand Bahama, Ms. Dillett confirmed who is eligible to receive NHI Bahamas benefits. She said, “Bahamians resident in country and legal residents – no matter their income, age, island of residence or current health status – can receive health care free of cost at point of service with the NHI Bahamas plan.” Additionally, consultations continued with staff of the Bahamas Telecommunications Corporation, human resource personnel with the Grand Bahama Port Authority and Directors of the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce. The conversations provided clarity.During the consultations, individuals were advised about what to expect when NHI Bahamas is fully implemented. Private insurance holders questioned whether or not NHI Bahamas mandated that they give up their existing coverage. Ms. Dillett advised that persons had the option of keeping their private health insurance and further explained that there was no mandate for individuals to discontinue private healthcare coverage.Residents attending town hall meetings in Eight Mile Rock and West End, listened attentively about NHI Bahamas. They embraced the opportunity to ask questions and get more details about the registration process. Ms. Dillett explained that the “Registration drive for the National Insurance Board (NIB) Smart Card continues at NIB locations. Individuals ought to ensure that they obtain their NIB Smart Card in order to be prepared for the enrolment.”All residents are encouraged to attend community meetings across the country to become more informed about NHI Bahamas and the benefits of the programme. Details of these meetings will be made available to you.The Secretariat continues to meet with stakeholder groups regularly. Any group that wishes to schedule a presentation by the NHI Bahamas team may contact the Secretariat directly at 502-7601 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.More information on NHI Bahamas can also be found at www.nhibahamas.gov.bs. Grand Bahama Set to Return to Normal After Hurricane Irma Recommended for you Lighthouse Pointe at Grand Lucayan on Grand Bahama Island Reopens
January 7, 2019 Posted: January 7, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Newly elected San Diego County supervisors Nathan Fletcher and Jim Desmond will be sworn in Monday along with Sheriff William Gore, District Attorney Summer Stephan and other county officials.Fletcher is just the second Democrat to serve on the technically nonpartisan Board of Supervisors in roughly three decades and will be the only one on the board until at least 2020.Desmond is the former Republican mayor of San Marcos and beat Democrat and legislative analyst Michelle Gomez with slightly more than 56 percent of the vote for the District 5 seat.The swearing-in ceremony is scheduled to begin at 10 Monday morning at the County Administration Center. Categories: Local San Diego News, Politics FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom Newly elected San Diego County officals sworn in
Todd Anderman, senior vice president of digital media at Hachette Filipacchi, has accepted the position of chief media and revenue officer at Jumptap, a mobile advertising network. Anderman will continue in his current role at Hachette through the end of the year and start at Jumptap on Jan. 1. Before joining Hachette, Anderman served as president of Dennis Digital, where he built online and mobile business for Maxim and other Dennis brands. National Geographic has tapped Jenifer Berman as vice president of marketing for the Global Media advertising and marketing group. Berman most recently served as executive director of creative services at The New Yorker, where she ran integrated marketing activities as well as events, including The New Yorker Festival. Therese Mageau is taking over as editorial director of 1105 Media’s Campus Technology and T.H.E Journal. She is former editor-in-chief of Scholastic’s Electronic Learning.Dick Barnett has joined Lucky as design director. He most recently served as creative director of Maxim and has also been creative director for Blender, Premier and Popular Science, for which he won a National Magazine Award for general excellence in 2004. Traditional Home Magazine named Jon Walker as home furnishings manager. Previously, Walker was direct account manager for Traditional Home and Midwest Living. Robin Shallow, executive vice president of communications at Rodale, is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities. Her last day at Rodale is Friday, Nov. 19. Forbes Media promoted Ann Marinovich to Chicago sales director. Since joining Forbes in 2003, Marinovich has served as account executives at Forbes, business development and integrated sales executive at ForbesLife, and most recently Los Angeles manager at Forbes Media.
Building a “Facebook Newsstand”Using Screenpaper technology, publishers will be able to display their digital edition on Facebook. “The newsstand is comprised of a reader that lets you see the magazine on Facebook or pull it out of Facebook environment, as well as access and purchase other magazines,” says Harris. Individual publishers can decide their own issue price for the newsstand. Print editions of EGM will feature codes that allow readers access to premium digital content that people reading free version can’t get. While Harris won’t reveal specifics, he said publishers using Screenpaper technology will face upfront set-up charges, rather than a revenue share. Meanwhile, wedding brand TheKnot.com has also launched a proprietary iPad application that it developed in-house. The Knot app includes a wedding community where brides can read articles and chat with other brides; a digital scrapbook that lets brides clip more than 700 articles, pages and images within a page and have it organized by category; share and send capabilities with e-mail Twitter and Facebook as well as more than 20 videos including step-by-step guides. A video demo of The Knot app is available here. In January 2009, Ziff Davis Media shuttered Electronic Gaming Monthly. Later that year EGM founder Steve Harris purchased the assets back and by the first half of 2010, the magazine returned to print and the newsstand. Like many magazines, the next step for EGM is to master the iPad but the magazine says it’s going a step further by introducing a digital magazine solution providing “iPad-style magazines accessible and viewable on Facebook” (a sample of EGM’s digital version can be found here). In a tweet announcing the new service, Harris wrote, “It’s something that we’ll be making available to all publishers very soon. It seamlessly integrates a commerce front-end with viewing and sharing within the Facebook community.” The effort started specifically for EGM but grew into the launch of a new company called Screenpaper Media that leverages Adobe’s AIR as well as the “one-stop shop” that other vendors tout. “We built our own solution that lets us embed video and audio and do things advertisers would want and we started to realize we were creating something other publishers would find of interest,” says Harris. “We wanted to make sure the platform we created isn’t something that required a separate back-end for a Web site or a separate back end for Facebook or the iPad. We wanted to create something that with same source files-not just PDFs or jpgs or whatever page is that you’re trying to repurpose-enables you to graft on top of that video and audio and lets you output to all those sources-browser, Facebook, Android, iPad-with a single button push.”
Dan Cohen AUTHOR While the A-10 jet appears to have dodged retirement once again, the Air Force’s plan to retire the fleet of ground-attack jets in favor of other aircraft that can fulfill its close air support mission and save $4 billion likely isn’t going away.The looming retirement of the A-10 poses an uncomfortable question for Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson as the aircraft represents the installation’s primary flying mission and the Air Force is looking to shed excess capacity. In the first of a multi-part series, the Arizona Daily Star considers five future missions for the installation suggested by the various entities advocating for the installation, including the DM50, the Southern Arizona Defense Alliance, Pima County and the city of Tucson:use Davis-Monthan for close air support training, perhaps with F-16s;transform it into a center for combat search-and-rescue training;move more drone operations there;create a central operations base under the 12th Air Force, which already has its headquarters at Davis-Monthan; andmake the base home to a future close air support plane or light-attack plane.The alternatives, with the exception of drone operations, would match up closely with existing missions at Davis-Monthan, but all have drawbacks, according to the story. And one suggestion, turning the installation into a central operations base for the 12th Air Force-Air Forces Southern, has been criticized by some of the Davis-Monthan support groups because it ignores the assets the base offers for a flying mission.Clearly the stakes are high as the installation generates an estimated $1 billion annually for the southeastern Arizona economy.“Any type of reduction in military spending or a decrease in the assets at D-M is going to have a significant impact on our local economy,” said David Godlewksi, chairman of the Southern Arizona Defense Alliance and president of the Southern Arizona Home Builders Association. “D-M is a cornerstone of our economy.”Here is a link to the other stories in the Daily Star’s series about Davis-Monthan.
Facebook Twitter Email The GRAMMY winners create their own online baseball video game in support of their latest documentary releaseNate HertweckGRAMMYs Nov 29, 2017 – 3:34 pm It’s no secret that Eddie Vedder and the boys of Pearl Jam are baseball fans. The GRAMMY-winning Seattle outfit recently released a live album and documentary focused on their 2016 performances at Wrigley Field during the Chicago Cubs’ championship season called Let’s Play Two — a reference to a baseball double-header.Now, to promote the release, the band has created an eight-bit browser online baseball game that allows players to step into the batter’s box as one of the members of PJ for a round of home run derby. Each band member even has their own skill ratings and baseball card. Test your baseball skills with the #LetsPlayTwo game for a chance to win a signed @Cubs baseball & #PearlJam bat. https://t.co/dvf5kGydAq pic.twitter.com/dTiDdvaDIr— Pearl Jam (@PearlJam) November 27, 2017But the game is not just a fun way to kill time. Fans can try to top the scoreboard for a chance to win an autographed baseball and custom Pearl Jam bat. You can try it out here. Bid On Harry Styles 2018 Tour VIP Experience Auction To Benefit MusiCaresRead more Pearl Jam Step Up To The Plate play-pearl-jams-lets-play-two-8-bit-baseball-game News Play Pearl Jam’s ‘Let’s Play Two’ 8-Bit Baseball Game
Although Walmart still offers a variety of Xbox One S bundles (see below), Dell raised the ante today with this one, which includes not only the venerated Battlefield V, but also a digital copy of Gears of Wars 4. Fire HD 8 review Sarah Tew/CNET CNET’s Cheapskate scours the web for great deals on PCs, phones, gadgets and much more. Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page. Questions about the Cheapskate blog? Find the answers on our FAQ page. Find more great buys on the CNET Deals page and follow the Cheapskate on Facebook and Twitter! Taylor Martin/CNET Apple’s non-Pro iPad does everything most people want it for: Web browsing, Netflix streaming and playing games from the App Store. Target had been selling it for $250, but Walmart’s historic low is now the deal to beat. 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Nintendo Switch, Labo and controller bundle: $340 (save $49) Google Pixel 3, 3 XL get their Black Friday prices back Amazon Echo Dot (second-gen): $20 (save $20) Sarah Tew/CNET Xbox One S bundles as low as $199 2:10 Nintendo Labo review Yep, last year’s Dot is still one of this year’s best deals — as it has been since before Black Friday. This may be your last chance to scoop one up at this price, because in the new year Amazon will undoubtedly be focusing its attention on the third-gen model. Echo Dot review Samsung UHD TVs for up to $400 off After a long stretch selling for $60, the Fire HD 8 is now the same price as Amazon’s entry-level tablet, the Fire 7. But the HD 8 offers a bigger, better screen and faster performance. Sarah Tew/CNET Chris Monroe/CNET See at Walmart How to save money on nearly everything you buy online Walmart’s 20 Days of Deals: Day 20Game time! Walmart is still offering a $10 e-gift card with the purchase of various popular party games, including Exploding Kittens, Cards Against Humanity and Unstable Unicorns. Meanwhile, you can still grab a solid Nintendo Switch bundle and big discounts on Samsung UHD TVs and Xbox One bundles. And in case you missed it at the top of this story, the iPad 2018 (32GB) is at an all-time low: $229. Walmart is still offering up to $400 off a variety of UHD televisions, ranging from $400 to $1,400 depending on the model. The highest-end TVs appear to be offered at an even larger $1,000 off, which can be helpful if you were looking for a curved TV or just a Samsung set with a 55-inch screen. See at Walmart Best laptops for college students: We’ve got an affordable laptop for every student. Best live TV streaming services: Ditch your cable company but keep the live channels and DVR. The Google Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3 XL are discounted by $100 and $150 respectively on Google’s store, bringing both high-end phones back to their Black Friday weekend prices — $699 for the 3 and $749 for the 3 XL. They will remain at these prices until Dec. 22. Not bad for “the best Android phone of 2018.” The Xbox One S is enjoying a range of solid discounts, including the NBA 2K19 bundle now at just $199 (down from $219 just yesterday). You can also step up to the Xbox One X console with this $399 PUBG bundle, a $150 savings. Walmart Amazon Best Buy See at Amazon Now playing: Watch this: It’s getting tough to find any kind of Switch deal, so Walmart’s is worth a look. In addition to the console itself, you get your choice of three Labo kits and an Ematic wired controller. iPad 2018 (32GB) with 9.7-inch screen: $229 (save $100) See at Amazon With nearly 500 titles on sale, here’s your chance to score some seriously good game deals. For example, you can bag Battlefield V for Xbox One for $30 (it’s also available for PS4 at that price), Lego The Incredibles for Nintendo Switch for $20 (that’s more than 50 percent off, actually) and Madden NFL 19 for Xbox One for $30. (Again: same for PS4 version.)Shipping is free on orders over $35, though for some titles you may be able to choose in-store pickup and dodge the shipping fee. Apple iPad review Lenovo 10-inch Smart Display for $180 (save $70) 54 Photos See at Walmart 18 Comments Sarah Tew/CNET Super Mario Odyssey for Nintendo Switch: $43.95 (save $27) Walmart, among other stores, is counting down the days until the holidays, with new sale items every day. Walmart Heads up, shoppers: It’s just five days till Christmas, so any gifts you’re planning to buy, you’d better buy now. Have no fear if you’re behind. I’ve rounded up some of the best deals from stores’ holiday sales. And if procrastination is your enemy, no worries. I’ve also collected six last-minute gifts you can print or email. We’re at the end of Best Buy’s 20 Days of Doorbusters and Walmart’s 20 Days of Deals, and there still some great deals from Dell, Target, Amazon and other stores. Indeed, many Amazon devices are on sale at or near Black Friday prices, including the third-gen Echo Dot for just $30. Here are the latest and greatest picks, followed by store-specific roundups. Note that CNET may receive commission from the sale of products featured on this page. Share your voice
BGB patrolling. Prothom Alo file photo Members of the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) have been deployed across the country including the capital a day before the verdict in a graft case against Khaleda Zia.Some 20 platoons of BGB are deployed in the capital. BGB are also deployed in different districts including Chittagong, Rajshahi, Sirajganj, Bogra, Narayanganj, Noakhali, Lakhmipur and Chandpur.BGB public relations officer Mohsin Reza confirmed this to Prothom Alo.A Dhaka court is set to deliver the verdict in Zia Orphanage Trust graft case on Thursday against Khaleda Zia, her self-exiled son and also BNP vice chairman Tarique Rahman and four others.The law enforcers have taken security measures at important places across the country including the capital.The law enforcers have also started searching people at the entry points of the capital. Searches are being carried out at the railway stations, bus terminals and waterways.When asked about such activities by the law enforcing agencies, home minister Asaduzzaman Khan said the law enforcing agencies remain alert so that nobody could create unrest and lives and property of the people were not destroyed.