Na Grande São Paulo, o segundo episódio de Chapa Quente registrou apenas 16 pontos de audiência. A novela Babilônia marcou um ponto a menos que Alto Astral. O último episódio da temporada de Tá no Ar, com participações de Antonio Fagundes e Alexandre Nero, consolidou a liderança.
Sete Vidas e Os Dez Mandamentos repetem seus recordes. Coração Indomável surpreende nas tardes do SBT.
No horário nobre, programa religioso Show da Fé registra traço na RedeTV!.
Confira, abaixo, as audiências de quinta-feira, 16 de março:
Hora Um – 4,0
Bom Dia São Paulo – 7,1
Bom Dia Brasil – 7,7
Mais Você – 7,6
Bem Estar – 7,0
Encontro – 7,8
SPTV 1ª Edição – 11,7
Globo Esporte – 11,4
Jornal Hoje – 11,0
Vídeo Show – 9,0
Sessão da Tarde -10,6
O Rei do Gado – 18,6
Malhação – 18,3
Sete Vidas – 20,6
SPTV 2ª Edição – 22,9
Alto Astral – 24,7
Jornal Nacional – 23,6
Babilônia – 24,1
Chapa Quente – 16,5
Tá no Ar – 12,3
Jornal da Globo – 9,0
Programa do Jô – 5,4
Agentes da Shield – 4,5
Balanço Geral Manhã – 3,8
SP no Ar – 5,7
Fala Brasil – 5,0
Hoje em Dia – 3,5
Balanço Geral SP – 7,0
Programa da Tarde – 5,4
Cidade Alerta – 9,0
Os Dez Mandamentos – 13,7
Jornal da Record – 10,8
Gugu – 8,1
CSI – 4,2
Jornal do SBT Manhã – 3,0
Carrossel Animado – 2,3
Bom Dia & Cia – 6,1
As Visões da Raven – 8,0
Casos de Família – 7,0
Maria Esperança – 7,2
Coração Indomável – 8,8
A Usurpadora – 6,6
Patrulha Salvadora – 6,8
Chaves – 8,2
SBT Brasil – 6,7
Chiquititas – 10,7
Carrossel – 12,0
Programa do Ratinho – 8,7
A Praça é Nossa – 7,9
The Noite – 4,8
Jornal do SBT – 2,8
Okay Pessoal – 2,3
Band News – 0,6
Café com Jornal – 1,1
Dia Dia – 1,0
Jogo Aberto – 2,8
Os Donos da Bola – 2,6
Só Risos – 1,9
Os Simpsons – 2,5
Brasil Urgente – 4,1
Jornal da Band – 4,0
Mil e Uma Noites – 3,5
Show da Fé – 0,9
Os Simpsons – 1,0
Polícia 24H – 2,0
Roma – 1,2
Jornal da Noite – 0,8
Te Peguei – 0,4
Você na TV – 0,9
Bola Dividida – 0,6
A Tarde É Sua – 1,3
Te Peguei – 1,2
Muito Show – 0,9
TV Fama – 1,5
Show da Fé – 0,0
Rede TV! News – 0,4
Sob Medida – 0,3
Leitura Dinâmica – 0,4
Amaury Jr. – 0,5
Um ponto no Ibope equivale a 67 mil domicílios. Esses números servem como referência para o mercado publicitário.
Fonte: IBOPE / MW – Praça São Paulo
April 18, 2015 – 12:00AM
The digital currency ATM at its new location. Photo: Michelle Smith
Queensland’s first Bitcoin ATM – which was seized during a major drug raid last year – is back in action after being returned by police.
The ATM trades in digital currencies Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin, and drew tech enthusiasts from around Southeast Queensland after its launch in May 2014.
But in an unexpected turn of events it was hauled away in October and forensically examined by anti-bikie police. They alleged that the cafe it was housed in, South Brisbane’s Roastery, was a drug distribution centre.
Bit2bit director John Grant-Taylor with the digital currency ATM police returned. Photo: Michelle Smith
After finding no evidence that the machine was used for criminal activity, the ATM was returned to owners Bit2Bit and now has a new home.
It’s not exactly a trendy cafe, but South Brisbane sign company Posoz is where the $15,000 machine now resides.
Bit2Bit director John Grant-Taylor said the police decision to take the machine cast a stain over his company, and ruined its plans for a major expansion in Australia and in Japan.
“I’m sure if it was a NAB ATM they wouldn’t have taken it,” he said.
“It certainly affected the reputation of our business in Brisbane. When I approached businesses to try and get it back in, people would say ‘Isn’t that thing what bikies have in their clubhouses?’
“I think confiscating our machine slowed down the industry in Australia. None went online that I know of, and I’m looking forward to changing that.”
Mr Grant-Taylor said Bit2Bit had cut all ties with Bruce Carrall, who co-owned the Roastery Cafe with his brother Brent.
Bruce Carrall has never been arrested or charged, however Brent Carrall faces serious drug charges and is on bail while the case is before the courts.
Taskforce Maxima Superintendent Mick Niland said the ATM was seized because of the investigation into Brent Carrall.
“At the time there were serious concerns in relation to the bitcoin ATM being utilised for other than lawful reasons and our investigations are continuing,” Superintendent Niland said.
South Brisbane’s Roastery Cafe continues to operate.
The Brisbane Times
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April 17, 2015 – 2:56PM
Illustration: Cathy Wilcox.
I’ve always argued that the best leaders are those who plan a long way ahead. Our political forefathers who formed the Federation of Australia in 1901 planned for it to last more than 100 years and it has. The American Constitution is a masterful document that still gives great guidance to the country even though it came into force in 1789.
I’ve mentioned this before but consider the far-sightedness of the government that planned the Snowy Mountain scheme. Just out of World War II it created much-needed jobs as well as an irrigation system and power supply for a nation and is one of our most significant sources of renewable energy today.
And it took real foresight to build a bridge across Sydney Harbour in 1932 that could handle the traffic volumes of a booming international city for decades.
A union of Australia and New Zealand would be much more than just an invincible rugby combination. The Wallabies’ John Eales and All Blacks’ Sean Fitzpatrick shake hands after a Bledisloe Cup match in 1997.Photo: Craig Golding
Nearly 100 years earlier, foresight, financed by a gold rush in Victoria and the great European-style boulevard, St Kilda Road, was built. It still serves the city well even though the population has increased tenfold.
So what should we be planning for right now?
Next weekend will be all about the Anzacs and bravery of Aussie and Kiwi soldiers who lost their lives at Gallipoli fighting with something that made very little sense but gave birth to a combined national spirit that has lived on for a century. We were brothers in arms then, and I wonder if, in this rapidly changing and competitive world, we should formalise a new national family – a unified single nation of Australia and New Zealand.
I think we can create a bigger and stronger country through the greater use of our resources and a more muscular approach to the emerging giant nations of Asia. Right now, Australia is the 12th biggest economy in the world, but we are in danger of slipping. New Zealand is fighting hard and doing well but nevertheless it is 54th in the world. Combined we would grow in significance in many ways.
Look around the world to see where combined strength works. It happens all the time in business. The joined forces BHP and Billiton was the masterstroke of Don Argus. The Eurozone, although being tested at the moment, has given Europe the strength to survive tough times. On the darker side, Vladimir Putin quite obviously wants to recreate the power of USSR. I don’t think he’ll make it but he knows that there is strength in size.
The addition of 5 million New Zealanders to our 24 million would bring great strength and build on our natural advantages. We have significant cultural similarities and a shared commitment to creating wealth through free trade and open borders. As a combined nation we could mix our comparative advantages to reduce market risks. Australia is stronger in resources and New Zealand is stronger in agriculture.
And economics aside, the land of the long white cloud is Australian’s favourite country. A 2012 Lowy Institute poll found that 85 per centof Australians feel warmly towards Kiwis. The US is a distant second at 71 per cent.
Nevertheless the thought of us being close together still has a long way to go. The same Lowy poll found that only 35 per cent of Australians thought that becoming one country would be good for both sovereign states. New Zealanders were even less enthusiastic with only 24 per cent thinking is was a good idea but both figures are higher than the popularity of our current Prime Minster.
Back in 1788 the Governor of New South Wales claimed New Zealand as part of his state. And then around the time of our Federation, New Zealand was invited to join the Commonwealth and provisions were made in the constitution. As far as I know, they are still there. After yet another century a parliamentary committee found in 2006 that it would be in both countries’ best interests to commit to a full union or at least a single currency.
Its time hasn’t arrived yet, but it will. It is worth a serious consideration. Besides, we’d never be beaten at rugby again.
So in this special Anzac week let’s use our freedom and our strength to begin planning for a great future for Australasia.
The Canberra Times
By Kim Kwang-tae
BOGOTA, April 16 (Yonhap) — President Park Geun-hye arrived in Colombia on a rainy Thursday on the first leg of a four-nation trip to South America to help boost South Korea’s ties with the “continent of opportunities.”
The visit underscored Park’s efforts to build confidence with her counterparts from Colombia, Peru, Chile and Brazil to expand cooperation with the emerging markets.
The combined gross domestic product of the four countries stood at US$3.1 trillion, about half that of 33 South and Central American countries.
Seoul said large-scale projects meant to modernize infrastructure on the continent could offer new business opportunities to South Korean builders.
Park’s arrival came hours after she marked the first anniversary of a deadly ferry disaster by offering deep condolences to the victims’ families during her visit to South Korea’s southwestern port of Paengmok, near the shipwreck site.
The sinking of the ferry Sewol killed more than 300 people, mostly teenage students on a school excursion.
President Park Geun-hye walks down the red carpet after descending from Air Force One at Catam Military Airport in Bogota on a rainy April 16, 2015.
Park’s trip is being overshadowed by high-profile corruption scandals that involve the prime minister and seven other former and current top politicians, mostly close to her.
Park skipped a regular meeting with reporters traveling with her on Air Force One to Colombia due apparently to a tight schedule.
She held an emergency meeting with the head of her ruling Saenuri Party just before the departure and pledged to seek every measure to quell suspicions surrounding the scandals.
She also did not rule out launching an independent counsel investigation into the scandals that have rocked her government at a time when she is struggling to win back public support to push her reform agenda.
Park strongly warned Wednesday that there will be no mercy in combating corruption.
Officials said top business executives from 125 local companies — the largest business delegation ever — will travel with Park to explore new business opportunities.
In Colombia, Park is set to meet with her counterpart, Juan Manuel Santos, to discuss ways to strengthen their strategic partnership.
South Korea said the trip could help facilitate the ratification of its free trade deal with Colombia.
The sides clinched a free trade agreement in February 2013, but opposition mainly from the automobile sector in Colombia has delayed the domestic ratification process. South Korea’s parliament has completed its ratification.
Park will then fly to Lima on Saturday for a four-day visit that will include a meeting with Peruvian President Ollanta Humala.
The trip will also take Park to Chile and Brazil for separate talks with her counterparts on deepening bilateral relations.
Park is set to return home on April 27.
Source : Yonhap