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O Conselho Regional de Enfermagem do Rio está revoltado com Walcyr Carrasco, autor de “Amor à Vida”, a novela das 21h da Globo.
Segundo a jornalista Patrícia Kogut, do jornal “O Globo”, o Conselho reclamou informalmente da trama em seu início, no mês de maio. Agora, estão organizando um abaixo-assinado contra o método que os enfermeiros estão sendo retratados na história, no hospital San Magno.
Segundo eles, o texto da novela contém “frases absurdas que denigrem a imagem do enfermeiro”. Entre essas frases, estariam “enfermagem é parque de diversões de médicos” e “é mais fácil contratar uma enfermeira do que uma empregada doméstica”.
A mensagem do abaixo-assinado também pede: “Chega de desrespeito e humilhação no horário nobre”.
Até o momento, nem Walcyr Carrasco e nem a Rede Globo se manifestaram sobre o assunto.
Após 10 anos de RedeTV!, onde começou apresentando o “TV Esporte Notícias” em 2003, Renata Maranhão foi demitida da emissora, mas só soube da notícia quando estava preparada para entrar no ar.
Isso porque ela foi ao canal como sempre faz, às 8h, para apresentar o “Leitura Dinâmica”, e ficou sabendo de sua demissão através dos outros funcionários da RedeTV!, que tinham a informação por conta da imprensa.
“Meus amigos viram uma nota afirmando que eu havia sido demitida e começaram a me ligar. Não sabia de nada. Então, mandei um e-mail para o meu chefe na madrugada de quarta-feira. Como não tinha como checar, segui meus hábitos normalmente. Cheguei umas 8h, fui para a maquiagem, pouco depois me chamaram. Resultado: saí de lá linda, toda maquiada”, contou Renata.
Ela comentou também que, apesar da forma como foi dispensada da emissora, não há mágoas.
“Ainda estou entendendo toda a situação. Já tive uma reunião de trabalho, mas vamos aguardar. Tenho também colunas em algumas revistas. Tenho oscilado momentos de alegria e tristeza. O fato é que passei por muitas situações na emissora. Aprendi muito, mas já era hora de rever algumas coisas. Enfim, se a gente não muda, a vida muda gente, né?”, falou.
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Friday, 5 July 2013 4:03 PM
Socceroos Head Coach Holger Osieck has selected 20 Australian-based players to participate in a training camp in Sydney next week (Monday 8 July – Friday 12 July 2013) as part of the Socceroos preparations for the upcoming EAFF East Asian Cup 2013 which will be played in the Korea Republic from 20-28 July.
Osieck has included four new players in the squad, in Josh Brillante, Andrew Hoole, Connor Pain, and Adam Taggart, who were all members of the Young Socceroos squad that recently competed at the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Turkey.
Joshua Rose, Joshua Risden, Scott Jamieson and Matt Smith, who attended this week’s Socceroos camp on the Central Coast, have now been ommitted from the squad.
The training camp will be the last chance for players to impress Osieck before the final Socceroos squad for the EAFF East Asian Cup 2013 is named on Friday 12 July.
Training Camp Squad | Sydney | 8 – 12 July 2013
Dario VIDOSIC Adelaide United FC
Eugene GALEKOVIC Adelaide United FC
Ivan FRANJIC Brisbane Roar FC
Jade NORTH Brisbane Roar FC
Mitchell DUKE Central Coast Mariners FC
Trent SAINSBURY Central Coast Mariners FC
Archie THOMPSON Melbourne Victory FC
Mark MILLIGAN Melbourne Victory FC
Mitch NICHOLS Melbourne Victory FC
Nathan COE Melbourne Victory FC
Connor PAIN Melbourne Victory FC
Joshua BRILLIANTE Newcastle Jets FC
Andrew HOOLE Newcastle Jets FC
Adam TAGGART Newcastle Jets FC
Craig GOODWIN Newcastle Jets FC
Mark BIRIGHITTI Newcastle Jets FC
Ruben ZADKOVICH Newcastle Jets FC
Michael THWAITE Perth Glory FC
Aaron MOOY Western Sydney Wanderers FC
Tomi JURIC Western Sydney Wanderers FC
For more information regarding the EAFF East Asian Cup, please visit http://www.eaff.com
10:03 AM Friday Jul 5, 2013
New Zealand Football are on the lookout for a new chief executive after Grant McKavanagh announced his resignation from a position he has held for two years.
A release from NZF said McKavanagh had decided to take a short break from sports administration.
“I have really enjoyed and thrived in this role and I am proud of my part in the continuing development of the Whole of Football programme, the renewed partnership and strategy development with the federations and the rise of women’s football and futsal,” he said in a statement. “Maintaining the organisation’s financial surpluses and the international programmes and Olympic successes are other highlights.
“The last two years has seen New Zealand Football evolve quite dramatically with new structures and processes put in place and, going forward, I feel the next period of evolvement for NZ Football requires a different skill set than mine to deliver the next cycle of development.
“Having also finalised the venue and structure for the intercontinental playoff in November, the time is right for me now to step aside.”
The timing is unusual, with the All Whites about to tackle the fourth-best team from North and Central America for a place at next year’s World Cup in Brazil.
New Zealand are also due to host the 2015 Under-20 World Cup.
An announcement on the venue for the home leg of November’s playoff is expected soon, with Wellington the most likely venue. The end of the World Cup cycle – whether that’s in November or next July – seems a more logical time to step aside.
“Football and indeed sport management is a complex and difficult area to work in with many competing stakeholders, the inevitable struggle for sustainable funding and resources and a large agenda,” NZF chairman Frank van Hattum said. “Grant has maintained the agenda and strategy development over the last two-and-a-half years.
The continuation of the Whole of Football programme, the rise of futsal and women’s football, the games commitment to a new three-year strategy plan and maintaining New Zealand Football’s modest surpluses are all areas that Grant can take pride in.”
McKavanagh will finish on July 12 but will continue to assist the board in their transition to a new chief executive and in advancing several projects.
The New Zealand
2:03 PM Friday Jul 5, 2013
The All Whites will play their Intercontinental Playoff to reach the World Cup Finals at Westpac Stadium in Wellington.
New Zealand Football today confirmed that Wellington had beaten Auckland in an extremely close bid and will host the match on Wednesday 20 November 2013.
Wellington holds happy memories for the All Whites. It was there the All Whites clinched their place at the 2010 FIFA World Cup, winning 1-0 against Bahrain in November 2009.
All Whites coach Ricki Herbert is thrilled that the game will take place in Wellington and urges the fans to get behind the team once again and help the players reach Brazil 2014.
“The Bahrain game was a special occasion and a big part of that result was the atmosphere and support of the fans at the game.
“The crowd really were the 12th man for that game and we wouldn’t have won that game without them. We need that support again.”
Mayor Celia Wade-Brown says the Capital is ecstatic over news that the home leg of the Intercontinental Playoff has been awarded to Wellington.
“Today we’ve confirmed another shot for glory,” said Mayor Wade-Brown. “Wellington has the best stadium, the best chance of a capacity crowd and therefore the best chance of an All Whites victory.
“This is a great opportunity for Wellington and for New Zealand football. Our enthusiastic crowd will give the All Whites the best chance for the qualifier.”
Councillor John Morrison, sports portfolio leader, advised fans to book early.
“The full-house signs will be out again for this match – and anyone who was at the Bahrain game will remember the noise was deafening as the fans urged the All Whites to the win that took them to South Africa.
“Now’s our chance to send them on their way to Brazil.”
New Zealand Football Chairman Frank van Hattum said the bids from Wellington and Auckland were extremely close.
“The two bids from Auckland and Wellington were exceptional in what they offered and the final decision as to the host city was very close. I’d like to thank Auckland for their outstanding bid.
“Wellington will be a great host for what promises to be another special night for New Zealand Football.
“The atmosphere for the game against Bahrain was incredible and I know that not only Wellington but all of New Zealand will get behind the All Whites to create another memorable night that fans will remember for the rest of their lives.”
The All Whites most-capped player and NZPFA board member Ivan Vicelich says the players are delighted with the decision.
“Wellington holds great memories for the players and fans who witnessed something very special vs Bahrain in 2009. We’re focussed and determined to replicate that performance in November,” he says.
From today fans can sign up to a waiting list at http://www.ticketek.co.nz giving them the opportunity to purchase tickets before they go on sale to the general public. Ticket prices will be announced shortly.
The All Whites will face the team placed fourth in the CONCACAF qualification group. Honduras currently lies in fourth place with each team still to play four games.
The New Zealand Herald
6:39 PM Friday Jul 5, 2013
After the own goal of losing the English Premier League, Sky Television looks to have netted at the right end and secured the rights to next year’s Fifa World Cup.
The Herald understands the pay TV network have locked up the major prize of world football’s showpiece tournament, the second-most watched sporting event in the world.
Sky has endured a rough couple of weeks, being pipped to the EPL by Internet company Coliseum Sports Media and yesterday losing MotoGP to Freeview channel Sommet Sports.
Sky also suffered a public backlash over unscheduled interruptions to the All Blacks’ third test against France and the Black Caps’ first Twenty20 against England.
But the network will win a reprieve from fans of the beautiful game, at least, with Sky set to broadcast the World Cup alongside TVNZ, as a free-to-air partner, for the fourth tournament in a row.
A Sky spokesperson said the company was unable to confirm the news, saying only Sky had recently been involved in negotiations, but the Herald understands it is a done deal.
Sky could also offer no news on the All Whites’ World Cup qualifier, set for Wellington on November 20, a match which will determine New Zealand’s involvement in Brazil.
The New Zealand Herald
July 5, 2013 – 8:29PM
Ewen McKenzie hasn’t ruled out a stint with the Melbourne Rebels from next season but says the Wallaby job remains his top priority list as conjecture swirls about the future of Robbie Deans.
Deans was more sentimental than usual at his final press conference before Saturday night’s series-deciding Lions Test in Sydney, prompting speculation the game could be his last in charge of the Wallabies.
That flame was fanned by former Wallaby coach Eddie Jones, who told ABC Radio that Deans’ inability to exert discipline within the national set-up would lead to his undoing, possibly even before the Rugby Championship begins on August 17.
He suggested McKenzie could take over immediately or the ARU could install Brumbies coach Jake White, the other leading candidate, to steer the ship towards the 2016 Rugby World Cup.
“I think they will either go for Ewen to take over immediately [before The Rugby Championship] or go for Jake to take it for two years and then probably groom Ewen to take it over in 2016 and in the next two years try and sort out the [Melbourne] Rebels,” Jones said.
“I think that’s [McKenzie to the Rebels] almost a done deal if Jake gets the Wallabies job.”
McKenzie announced his decision to leave the Reds at the start of the Super Rugby season, with Richard Graham already at Ballymore as the coach-in-waiting.
He said he hadn’t been contacted by the Rebels or the ARU but would consider all options as he takes the next step in his career.
“So far I’ve been coaching Ireland, Scotland, the Rebels. The Rebels I think are looking at their situation. But that’s all I know,” McKenzie said.
“But I’ve made it quite clear from back in February where my ambitions were [Wallabies]. Whether that happens or not is not in my hands.
“I’ve had interesting approaches from all around the world. I’ll keep considering things but my main focus is trying to take the Reds as far as we can in this competition.”
White’s push to become Wallaby coach appears to be gaining momentum, although both aspirants will surely get to state their case should Deans’ tenure come to an early end.
McKenzie, a World Cup-winning forward with the Wallabies, said he remained intent on following his dream to coach the national side but remained a realist. He will keep his options open should White be preferred, or if Deans is yet retained.
“I’ve got my ambitions. There’s ambition and there’s reality. You’ve got to look at as many things as you can as you go along. It doesn’t change where you want to end up. Timing is important in these matters. We’ll see,” McKenzie said.
“They [the ARU] have their own agenda and timing. They don’t function around what I’m doing. All I’ve done is make an early decision to give clarity to the Reds staff and playing group and organisation about where I’d be in 2014. That’s allowed them to make some decisions early.”
McKenzie also tipped discarded Wallaby flanker Liam Gill to bounce back strongly in the final round of the Super Rugby season, where the Reds meet the Waratahs in Sydney.
The Reds are guaranteed a spot in the finals but the opponent and venue remains to be decided.