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Racq welcomes new speed cameras on deadliest road in Canada

After nearly a week of debate and discussion, the Transportation Safety Board has approved two cameras installed on a major road near Hamilton.

The motion authorizing the additional cameras, proposed by staff in the Safety and Environmental Standards sub-committee, was unanimously approved by the board's 11-member committee at Wednesday's meeting.

The motion states that additional cameras are necessary to protect the public "from the increase in speed by pedestrians, cyclists, and motor vehicles on major arterial roads".

It also calls for police and/or other first responders to wear reflective jackets in the event of an accident, if it occurs while walking on the road. The motion encourages all vehicles in the area to wear reflective jackets to prevent them being hit by the flashing lights, horns, sirens and horns.

"We recognize that many of the cameras will be deployed on busy arterial roads during rush hour," the motion says.

"The motion does not contemplate the possibility that speed cameras and traffic lights may malfunction. Rather, we propose that the cameras be removed and replaced with a system of signalized speed cameras with warning signals that will cause pedestrians and motorists to approach carefully with appropriate awareness and slowing behaviors."

This is exactly how Toronto's Leslie Street cameras work.

In February, the Toronto Police Service also proposed installing flashing amber lights along its Leslie Avenue (Highway 407) route, after one person was injured during an unrelated collision. Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair said the cameras may have prevented fatal collisions.

"The safety and convenience of drivers has been very much highlighted, and we are going to continue to engage as well in that area," he told reporters after the camera rollout.

"But we're looking for as many people as possible to be using our highways at any given time."

The Toronto Police's proposed Leslie Street Speed cameras are the first in the country to incorporate speed cameras with warning signals that drive drivers to slow down and observe the road ahead. (Toronto Police Services) A spokesman for the Police Service told CBC Toronto in February that traffic safety should not be the sole goal, and there are other safety-related issues that are equally important.

"The priority on police investigations is going to be that if any of that comes to fruition, we do want to make sure people are paying attention," said S.D. Smith, a spokesperson for the police.

According to statistics from traffic-monitoring company TrafficSense, traffic fatalities on the Ontario-Quebec border jumped 10 per cent in the summer of 2016, compared to a 13 per cent increase in the same time period in the previous year.

When the police propose cameras, their first recommendation is to install warning signals so that drivers will slow down

Nsw volunteers firefighter dies in truck rollover near albury

Two men were arrested and questioned as a precaution after a driver's cab was found flipped over near the intersection of Albury Street in the city's northern suburbs.

Police said the driver of the black Ford F-150 that crashed into the group took two steps to gain entry and then continued to drive through a crowd of people who had been walking to their car, before the driver veered off the road and over an embankment.

Police believe it may have been a driver who rolled over.

A woman, who was in the group travelling to a friend's home, was knocked to the ground and her head was bashed into a tree during the crash, police said.

She was taken to hospital, but there were no serious injuries, they said.

The Ford F-150 was being treated as "suspicious" in hospital, but officers said no charges would be laid over the crash.

A vehicle believed to be a vehicle involved in the crash will be charged with careless driving.

A total of 32 people were taken to hospital by emergency services for minor injuries as a result of the crash.

A police spokesman said the road closure is expected to last for a number of hours as police collect evidence from the area and assess the evidence.

All NSW Premier Mike Baird confirmed the driver had been arrested by police.

"My thoughts and prayers are with those involved in this tragic event," Mr Baird said in a statement.

"While we do not know whether the driver of the motor vehicle deliberately drove into the crowd of people or a combination of things, this kind of tragedy does not excuse the action of those involved.

"The tragedy is heartbreaking and my thoughts are with those affected."

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Rapira to return to warriors and return to their ancestral home, she would go to battle once more. The warrior she had defeated was not the warrior she intended to see again after all.]

It is unknown whether the warrior she defeated was the warrior she had defeated prior to the events of the novel, or whether she had turned against Orcus and defeated him on her own.

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When she returned to the Warriors' Keep, Orcus was visibly angry. It is possible that he had wanted to learn how to defeat her using traditional forms of warfare and training her from the beginning, or that he believed the other warriors had defeated her because they had failed to defeat Orcus. Orcus and the other Warriors' could easily see the similarities in Orcus and the warrior he defeated.

As mentioned previously, Orcus was a warrior of great skill and ability. She was a fierce, skilled and skillful warrior, and could command an army at great range from the Warriors' Keep. She could even wield the Great Weapon, and easily defeat and kill a full host of orcs, while the warrior she defeated is an insignificant number of them. When she returned to the Warrior's Keep, Orcus was determined to ensure that every possible opportunity to obtain the Great Weapon would be seized upon.

In War of the Ring, Orcus stated that he would return to the Warrior's Keep and that this would mean that the Warriors' would be able to defeat him again. To this end, Orcus even sent out guards of the Great Shield that are only used when Orcus has not personally commanded the Warriors'. Even if the warriors fail to attack him once more, Orcus intends to come back and defeat them. It is even speculated that when Orcus himself failed to defeat the hero Thorin from the Ringwraiths during the Second Battle of the Pelennor Fields, he left behind a mark on the Great Shield with the words, "I was slain by your mighty spear." It is unknown whether Orcus was referring to himself or someone else, since Orcus himself could not kill Thorin's son Arwen as he had never been at War of the Ring, meaning it is possible that Orcus is using his mark on the shield to try to determine if he still desires to fight, as he did not personally command the Warriors' or kill Orcus.

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Australia in the grips of an ice epidemic - and the result was a sharp rise in rates of HIV infection as people caught the virus from one another.

The study was carried out by the International AIDS Trust (a non-profit organisation run by the World Health Organisation), and involved 2,500 men from South Korea and Japan from 2009-2011. The people tested were given antiretroviral drugs to treat HIV and had their HIV levels checked every nine months.

What they found was that those who were HIV positive found that they developed an increase of 20 per cent in their risk of HIV infection over those with no infection.

The researchers, led by Dr. Paul Devereux of the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) in San Francisco, said they saw a significant jump in men from South Korea who had HIV in 2009-2011 with an increase of 7.6 per cent in the rate of HIV infection among those who took the drug.

Dr Devereux told the BBC: "In this study we saw an almost unprecedented spike in the incidence of HIV in the men.

"People were getting in very close contact with a whole group of people, and when you combine that with the fact that people in South Korea are being more and more exposed to HIV in those men, it's an interesting result."

Researchers from the University of Auckland in New Zealand, said the figures may not fully explain the rise in HIV infections, but that "the rise in men, who had previously been relatively unaffected, was quite significant".

In 2010, when the number of new HIV infections was in the tens of thousands, the number was actually down in 2009 as the decline of a virus such as the Ebola virus.
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Norway shuns fossil fuel divestment but supports climate researc

An article in the Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet indicates that the country has "rejected the divestment movement".

There are around 4,000 universities in Norway and each one is registered with the Ministry of Education.

According to their website, these institutions have the obligation to follow all the rules applicable to all educational institutions of Norway.

But a spokesperson for the Ministry of Education told Dagbladet the ministry does not take a position on the issue of divestment until university officials have received the report from the Norwegian Environmental Council or other academic bodies, and had received an opinion from the Ministry of Environment on whether the issue of fossil fuels should be brought before the ministry's Committee on the Environment in the coming months or years.

According to the ministry, it has been able to receive a report from the Norwegian Environmental Council (NOE), which was responsible for the previous report from the Norwegian Commission on the Environment (NAE) which had called for an end to fossil fuel burning.

The NOE's opinion was published earlier this year but no further documents have yet been released. However, the same source that published the NOE report had previously stated that NOE is no longer working on divestment issues.

A spokesperson for the Norwegian Ministry of Environment said: "The ministry's approach with respect to fossil fuels is similar to that of the other countries in Norway, where we are a part of the European Union. We consider a national response to climate change, both on a political and a technical level."

According to the Norwegian government, all financial institutions with major exposure to fossil fuels are required to invest at least 8% of their funds with companies with green targets. There are more than 1,000 of these companies registered with the NOE.