Consolidados Grande SP 21/11/2018

Resultado de imagem para TV aberta

É impressionante o desempenho do Cidade Alerta, telejornal apresentado por Luiz Bacci na Record TV. Ontem, a atração venceu Malhação e ameaçou a liderança de Espelho da Vida, ambas produções da TV Globo.

No confronto direto com Malhação, (das 17h53 às 18h22), o Cidade Alerta marcou 15,3 pontos ante 14,6 da trama teen global.

Em noite de Futebol, O Sétimo Guardião fica abaixo dos 30 pontos.

Confira, abaixo, as audiências de quarta-feira, 21 de novembro:

Hora Um – 5,0
Bom Dia São Paulo – 8,7
Bom Dia Brasil – 9,6
Mais Você – 7,7
Bem Estar – 7,5
Encontro – 7,3
SP1 – 11,8
Globo Esporte – 11,5
Jornal Hoje – 11,0
Vídeo Show – 9,1
Sessão da Tarde – 11,2
Vale a Pena Ver de Novo: Belíssima – 13,7
Malhação: Vidas Brasileiras – 14,6
Espelho da Vida – 16,8
SP2 – 20,0
O Tempo Não Para – 23,5
Jornal Nacional – 27,9
O Sétimo Guardião – 28,9
Campeonato Brasileiro: Palmeiras x América-MG – 28,8
Profissão Repórter – 13,6
Jornal da Globo – 8,0
Conversa com Bial – 5,5
Empire – 4,5

Balanço Geral Manhã – 1,9
São Paulo no Ar – 4,4
Fala Brasil – 5,4
Hoje em Dia – 4,7
Balanço Geral SP – 9,3
Bela a Feia – 7,6
Luz do Sol – 6,7
Essas Mulheres – 6,0
Cidade Alerta – 14,4
A Terra Prometida – 9,8
Jesus – 10,2
Jornal da Record – 9,9
A Fazenda 10 – 10,2
Dancing Brasil – 6,0
Programa do Porchat – 3,9

Primeiro Impacto – 5,7
Bom Dia & Cia – 6,6
Fofocalizando – 6,7
Casos de Família – 7,3
Teresa – 5,9
Carrossel – 6,8
SBT Brasil – 8,0
Roda a Roda – 11,1
As Aventuras de Poliana – 12,9
Chiquititas – 12,1
Roda a Roda – 10,0
Programa do Ratinho – 8,8
The Noite – 5,9
Roda a Roda (reprise) – 3,8
SBT Notícias – 3,1

Um ponto equivale a 71,9 mil domicílios. Esses números servem como referência para o mercado publicitário.

Fonte: Assessorias de imprensas das emissoras – Praça São Paulo


Five Finnish party leaders ready to limit right to stage political strikes

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The chairpersons of all nine parliamentary parties took part in a debate hosted in Helsinki on Wednesday by the Confederation of Finnish Industries (EK). (Credit: Vesa Moilanen – Lehtikuva)
The chairpersons of all nine parliamentary parties took part in a debate hosted in Helsinki on Wednesday by the Confederation of Finnish Industries (EK). (Credit: Vesa Moilanen – Lehtikuva)


Prime Minister Juha Sipilä (Centre) has expressed his frustration that the costs of political strikes are invariably borne by innocent parties in Finland.

Sipilä was one of five party chairpersons who raised their hand when asked if they are prepared to limit the right to stage political strikes in a debate event organised by the Confederation of Finnish Industries (EK) in Helsinki on Wednesday.

“The right to stage a political strike is completely unlimited in Finland,” he said, suggesting that trade unions have exercised the right excessively to apply pressure on democratic decision-making.

He added that the issue should be discussed thoroughly while taking into consideration the approaches taken elsewhere in the Nordics, for example in Sweden.

Minister of Finance Petteri Orpo (NCP) similarly called attention to the measures adopted in the neighbouring countries, saying they have successfully improved industrial relations and, as a result, boosted both competitiveness and employment. He voiced his hope that also trade unions are willing to sit down and discuss how industrial peace could be maintained going forward.

“What we saw a couple of weeks ago is behind the times,” he stated.

The other three party chairpersons to express their willingness to limit the right to political strikes were Sampo Terho of the Blue Reform, Sari Essayah of the Christian Democrats and Anna-Maja Henriksson of the Swedish People’s Party.

Terho proposed that unionised employees be allowed to decide independently whether to participate in political strikes. Essayah viewed that businesses should be entitled to compensation for losses incurred due to political strikes because they are in an unfair situation due to their non-involvement in the strikes.

Henriksson, meanwhile, said Finland should increase the participation of employees in the decision-making processes of businesses, a measure that has produced good results in Sweden.

Antti Rinne of the Social Democrats, Pekka Haavisto of the Green League, Li Andersson of the Left Alliance and Jussi Halla-aho of the Finns Party contrastively did not raise their hand when asked if the right to stage political strikes should be limited in Finland.

Jyri Häkämies, the chief executive of EK, demanded last month that the maximum duration of political strikes be limited and that all such strikes be organised outside working hours.


Source : Helsinki Times

Snow in the north

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Smooth roads

Parts of Eastern Norway will be sunny for the rest of the week,while a low pressure zone will cover northern Norway with snow.

After a few warm days of sunshine in much of southern Norway,temperatures will drop beyond this week.

Throughout the country, Norwegians will gradually have to replace autumn clothes with winter clothes.

“A high pressure zone ensures stable and calm weather in the south,while the weekend will be consistently cooler” said meteorologist, Håvard Thorset, of the
Meteorological Institute to NTB news.

“There will be very calm and stable weather for both eastern and western Norway for the rest of the week and for the weekend. There will be very little wind,and in much of southern Norway, the temperature will be around zero degrees” he said.

Christmas Carols

With the advent imminent, there are many waiting for the snow to get in the right seasonal mood. According to Thorset,northern Norway will have a taste of this already by the weekend.

“There is a clear distinction between southern and northern Norway over the next few days, where the latter will get snow.Especially on Friday there will be low pressure across northern Norway that will contribute a lot of wind and a little cooler air. Then it will snow.

Especially in the northern part of Nordland and north of there” he said.

“It’s starting to get quite dark in the north now,so it’ll probably help with some snow on the hill to light things up a bit” said Thorset.

By the end of the month, eastern Norway will be hit by snow.However, it does not seem that easterners can expect more snow just yet.

‘’There is nothing that suggests large amounts of snow in southern Norway at first.It can drizzle in a few places, but nothing significant.Of course it is very difficult to predict any further ahead, but at the end of next week there may be snow in eastern
Norway” he estimated.

Difficult driving in the north

In the north, he estimates that there may be difficult driving conditions at vulnerable locations in the future,and the Meteorological Institute has issued a notice on Twitter.

“On Friday in northern Norway, when wind and snow build up,it may create some trouble on the mountain crossings” said Thorset.

In Troms,it is also reported to be windy,with snow at the weekend.


Source : Norway Today

Salmon Farms Granted Exemption by Environment Ministry

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Westfjords Salmon Farm

Photo: Golli.

Salmon farming companies Arctic Fish and Arnarlax were granted an exemption earlier this week by the Minister for the Environment and Natural Resources, RÚV reports. The exemption allows the companies to continue operating for the time being, while they aim to address the environmental shortcomings that caused their licences to be revoked last month. Iceland’s growing aquaculture industry has been in the local media spotlight lately due to concerns of its environmental impact.

The operational licenses of the companies for salmon farming in open-net sea pens in Patreksfjörður and Tálknafjörður were revoked in October due to shortcomings in environmental assessment. Shortly following the removal of the licences, parliament passed a law giving the Minister of Fisheries authority to grant provisional licences for fish farming. The Minister granted the companies such licences earlier this month. Now the Minister for the Environment and Natural Resources has granted the companies an exemption for an operating licence for a period of ten months.

The temporary licences are valid for a total of 4,000 tonnes of salmon, a fraction of the companies’ previous licence for 17,500 tonnes which was revoked. In the exemption, it is requested the companies actively work to remedy the environmental deficiencies that caused their licences to be revoked.

A town hall meeting will be held in Tálknafjörður for residents of the affected areas today, with representatives from the two companies present to answer questions.


Source : Iceland Review

Boeing, Caribbean Airlines Announce Selection of 737 MAX

Airline announces decision to renew its fleet with more efficient and longer-range MAX
12 737 MAX 8 jets will replace current fleet and provide up to 16 percent fuel savings

PORT OF SPAIN, TrinidadNov. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Boeing [NYSE: BA] and Caribbean Airlines today announced the airline has chosen to enhance and renew its single-aisle fleet with the 737 MAX 8. The carrier, which has long operated the Next-Generation 737, will take delivery of 12 MAX airplanes in the coming years.

The airline commemorated the selection of the MAX during a ceremony featuring national dignitaries, including the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, the Honorable Keith Rowley, and Caribbean Airlines Chief Executive Officer, Garvin Medera.

“Boeing has been by our side since Caribbean Airlines was founded twelve years ago using the 737-800. The 737 MAX allows us to continue offering a safe and comfortable experience for our passengers, while significantly improving fuel efficiency and environmental performance,” said Medera. “All of these elements position us for long-term success.”

The 737 MAX 8 – part of a fuel-efficient family of airplanes – will seat up to 160 passengers in Caribbean Airlines’ three-class configuration featuring the “Caribbean Plus” Cabin, and provide more than 500 nautical miles more range than the existing aircraft.

The airplane incorporates the latest technology CFM International LEAP-1B engines, Advanced Technology winglets, and other airframe enhancements to improve performance and reduce operating costs. Caribbean Airlines projects the MAX 8 will provide up to 16 percent fuel savings compared to its current fleet.

The MAX, outfitted with the popular Boeing Sky Interior and designed to be quieter than previous jets, will also offer Caribbean’s customers the latest in passenger comforts.

“We are honored that Caribbean Airlines has placed its trust once again in the Boeing airplane family and chosen to bridge to the future with the 737 MAX 8. Its selection reaffirms the partnership we have built together with the Next-Generation 737 family,” said Ihssane Mounir, senior vice president of Commercial Sales & Marketing for The Boeing Company.

In addition to flying Boeing airplanes, Caribbean Airlines also uses Boeing’s services to optimize its operations. The carrier participates in the Fuel Dashboard Program, for example, which allows operators to look across their fleet and identify fuel savings. Caribbean also uses Boeing’s consumable and expendable material services to ensure it has the parts it needs when it needs it.

The 737 MAX family is the fastest-selling airplane in Boeing history, accumulating about 4,800 orders from more than 100 customers worldwide. Boeing has delivered more than 200 737 MAX airplanes since May 2017.

Joe Loeffler
International Communications
Office: +1 425-237-0554
Mobile: +1 425-306-2145

SOURCE :Boeing Website

First Boeing 777X Flight Test Airplane Comes Together

– First flight of the 777X scheduled for 2019; delivery in 2020

EVERETT, Wash.Nov. 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Boeing [NYSE: BA] has brought together the major fuselage sections to form the first 777X airplane that will take to the skies in 2019.

In a major production milestone called ‘final body join,’ Boeing teams connected the airplane’s nose, mid and aft sections in the company’s factory in Everett, Wash.The jet now measures 252 feet long (77 meters) from nose to tail, making it the longest passenger jet the manufacturer has ever produced.

“The 777X is a new airplane and a new production system,” said Josh Binder, vice president and general manager of the 777X. “With the 777X, the production system was integrated into the development program sooner than any other airplane, and the team is doing a great job of hitting our milestones as expected.”

The 777X builds on the market-leading 777 and the 787 Dreamliner to offer airlines the largest and most-efficient twin-engine jet in the world. The airplane provides 12 percent lower fuel consumption and 10 percent lower operating costs than competing airplanes.

The 777X achieves the unprecedented performance through the introduction of the latest technologies such as the most fuel-efficient commercial engine ever, the GE9X, and a fourth-generation all-new composite wing design that provides lift and efficiency. With the extension of a set of folding, raked wingtips, the airplane’s wing spans 235 feet (72 meters).

By adding folding wingtips, the 777X’s wingspan has been increased to enhance the aerodynamic efficiency of the wing, reducing engine thrust and fuel use. Additionally, the folding wingtips allow the 777X to maintain airport compatibility with the existing 777 family, adding value for customers.

The first 777X introduced will be the 777-9 model, which can seat 400 to 425 passengers in a standard configuration and offer a range of 7,600 nautical miles (14,075 km). Boeing is building on the passenger-preferred interior of today’s 777 and building on 787 interior innovations to create a passenger experience like no other. Passengers will enjoy windows that are larger and located higher on the fuselage than the current 777, along with a wider cabin, new lighting and enhanced architecture.

The first 777X test airplane for static ground testing was completed in September 2018. Three additional flight test airplanes will be built after flight test #1.

The 777X first flight is scheduled for 2019. First delivery is slated for 2020.

For information about the 777X, go to To date, Boeing has won 340 orders and commitments for the 777X from several airlines, including All Nippon Airways, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways, Lufthansa and Singapore Airlines.

Todd Kelley
BCA Communications

SOURCE :Boeing Website

Medical chiefs to discuss compensation over acid death

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By The Nation

The Social Security Office (SSO) medical board will next month consider whether to approve compensation of up to Bt400,000 to the family of 38-year-old acid victim Chorladda Tharawan.


She died at the second hospital she was taken to after allegedly being refused treatment at Praram 2 Hospital in Bangkok, said SSO Secretary-General Ananchai Uthaipattanacheep on Thursday.

Chorladda’s family filed a request in Khon Kaen.

This board will examine if the death was caused by poor medical treatment.

Anachai said Praram 2 might be removed from the SSO system.

The Health Service Support Department (HSSD) probe, which reported earlier this week, was unclear if the private hospital denied treatment to the patient. The SSO had asked the HSSD for an answer, Anachai said.

On November 9, Chorladda was attacked with acid by her husband, who was later arrested.

She and her 12-year-old daughter arrived at Praram 2 in a taxi at dawn with acid burns on her face and neck. But she left soon after in another taxi for Bang Mod Hospital, where she was entitled to free treatment, and where she died.

According to the HSSD, Praram 2 might have committed five legal offences, including a failure to follow guidelines about how to categorise emergency patients and a failure to ensure a proper transfer.

HSSD chief Nattawuth Prasertsiripong said the body would lodge a complaint with the police to bring the case to court. If convicted, Praram 2 management could face a two-year jail term and a fine of Bt40,000.


Source : The Nation Multimedia

11 Iraqi students killed, wounded as bomb blast targets school bus in Mosul

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Nineveh ( – Eleven schoolboys were killed and wounded Thursday when a bomb blast targeted a school bus in Iraq’s second largest city of Mosul, a security source was quoted as saying.

“An explosive charge targeted a bus carrying schoolboys in a village in al-Shura district, south of Mosul, leaving four students dead and seven others wounded,” the source told al-Ahd News Agency.

No group has so far claimed responsibility for the attack, but the Islamic State (IS) militant group, in most cases, is responsible for attacks targeting crowded areas, including markets, cafes and mosques across Iraq.

Violence in the country has surged further with the emergence of Islamic State extremist militants who proclaimed an “Islamic Caliphate” in Iraq and Syria in 2014.

The surge in violence between armed groups and government forces has resulted in over five million internally displaced persons across Iraq and left more than 11 million in need of humanitarian assistance, according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.

A total of 69 Iraqi civilians were killed and another 105 injured in acts of terrorism, violence and armed conflict in Iraq in October 2018, according to casualty figures recorded by the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI).

Source : Iraqi News