Newsx Adverts GARDA ROADS WARNING FRIDAY -Council says ice came earlier than expected WhatsApp Twitter By News Highland – December 9, 2011 Help sought in search for missing 27 year old in Letterkenny Facebook WhatsApp Google+ Facebook Google+ Twitter Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Pinterest Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH 448 new cases of Covid 19 reported today NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly Pinterest Warning for Friday Night / Saturday morningGardai are advising motorists to exercise extreme caution on Donegal roads.There are numerous reports of black ice right across the the county, most notably in the Inishowen area.Gardai are impressing on drivers the need to slow down and to treat all roads as if they have black ice on them.James Boyle of the council’s road service has echoed that message – he says the council is out gritting the roads but the black ice came earlier than was forecast:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/jim7pmice.mp3[/podcast] Audio relevent until 9pm Friday. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleJury finds two Donegal women died of carbon monoxide poisiningNext articleUpdated: Man killed in crash on Moville to Redcastle road News Highland Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A former personal care assistant at an assisted living facility in Port Washington has been accused of trying to steal more than $10,000 from an 88-year-old woman in her care.Stephanie Benodin was charged Wednesday with criminal possession of a forged instrument and attempted grand larceny from a resident of Tuttle Center, a part of The Amsterdam at Harborside.Prosecutors from the New York State attorney general’s office said the 25-year-old suspect waited until the victim was admitted to North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset to deposit a forged check that Benodin allegedly stole from the victim’s home.The check was made out to Benodin’s mother and was deposited at a Capital One Bank branch in Queens Village into Benodin’s mother’s account, authorities said.Port Washington village police began the investigation after the victim’s daughter uncovered the alleged theft.Bail for Benodin was set at $10,000. She is due back in court Friday and faces up to seven years in prison.
HAVANA, Cuba (ACN) — Thailand has started the commercial distribution of a monoclonal antibody manufactured in Cuba for the treatment of malignant head, neck, brain and esophagus tumours, diplomatic sources in Bangkok reported.The anti-tumour product called Nimotuzumab and commercialised as TheraCIM was well received by doctors and oncologists from Thailand, Indonesia and Philippines, Prensa Latina reported.TheraCIM is manufactured by the Molecular Immunology Center of Cuba and has been registered in 26 countries, mostly in Latin America and Asia. Other commercial names are Theraloc and BIOMab.The Molecular Immunology Center was inaugurated in 1994 with the main mission of obtaining and producing new biopharmaceutical drugs for the treatment of cancer and other non-transmissible chronic diseases for domestic use.Thailand is the fourth Asian country to register the Cuban product, following China, Indonesia and Philippines.Meanwhile, the Innogene Kalbiotec firm, which has offices in Indonesia and Singapore will be in charge of the commercialisation of TheraCIM in southeastern Asia.Director of Thailand’s National Institute against Cancer, Thiravud Khuhaprema, highlighted the advantages of the Cuban medication such as the fact that it doesn’t produce side effects as opposed to traditional medicaments against cancer, and noted its high effectiveness.Source: Caribbean News Now! Share HealthLifestyle Thailand starts commercial distribution of Cuban anti-cancer drug by: – March 22, 2011 Share Share Tweet 32 Views no discussions Sharing is caring!