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MacKenzie Scott gave away billions. The scam artists followed

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MacKenzie Scott gave away billions. The scam artists followed
6 May, 2021 01:46 AM
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MacKenzie Bezos with ex-husband Jeff Bezos. Photo / Getty Images
New York Times
By: Nicholas Kulish
She has no large foundation, headquarters or public website. That makes it easier to dispense money on her own terms — and for others to prey on the vulnerable in her name.
Danielle Churchill needed
help. She was raising five children in Wollongong, on the Australian coast south of Sydney, and had to cover thousands of dollars in special therapy fees for her 10-year-old son, Lachlan, who has autism. She tried crowdfunding on the site GoFundMe, but raised a tiny fraction of what she had hoped for.

Far North housing charity issues heartfelt plea to thieves who stole portable cabin

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Far North housing charity issues heartfelt plea to thieves who stole portable cabin
5 May, 2021 11:00 PM
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Eric Monk and his sister Sharee Tito in happier times, soon after the portable cabin was delivered to whānau land for Eric. Photo / Michael Cunningham
Eric Monk and his sister Sharee Tito in happier times, soon after the portable cabin was delivered to whānau land for Eric. Photo / Michael Cunningham
Jenny Ling is the Northern Advocate's feature writer and news [email protected]
Far North housing charity Whare to the Whenua is appealing to the thieves who stole a vulnerable man's portable cabin to "do what's right" and return it.

Covid 19 coronavirus: Opinion - An over-promise that leaves our borders vulnerable

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Covid 19 coronavirus: Opinion - An over-promise that leaves our borders vulnerable
5 May, 2021 06:20 AM
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PM Jacinda Ardern and Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins said all border staff will have to be vaccinated or they'll be redeployed - but that hasn't happened. Photo / Mark Mitchell
PM Jacinda Ardern and Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins said all border staff will have to be vaccinated or they'll be redeployed - but that hasn't happened. Photo / Mark Mitchell
OPINION:
A few weeks ago, we were shocked out of our blissful Covid-free haze by the Grand Millennium security guard who caught Covid-19 and had not been tested for five months.

Covid 19 coronavirus: Reaching 'herd immunity' unlikely in the US, experts now believe

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Covid 19 coronavirus: Reaching 'herd immunity' unlikely in the US, experts now believe
4 May, 2021 12:10 AM
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Though there is consensus among scientists and public health experts that the US herd immunity threshold is not attainable, it may not be all bad news. Photo / Saul Martinez, The New York Times
Though there is consensus among scientists and public health experts that the US herd immunity threshold is not attainable, it may not be all bad news. Photo / Saul Martinez, The New York Times
New York Times
By: Apoorva Mandavilli
Widely circulating coronavirus variants and persistent hesitancy about vaccines will keep the goal out of reach. The virus is here to stay, but vaccinating the most vulnerable may be enough to restore normalcy.

Initiatives to help the old and vulnerable get vaccinated against Covid-19

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PETALING JAYA: Registering to be vaccinated under the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme might be an easy affair for tech-savvy adults and teenagers, but it could be a challenge for senior citizens, after dismal numbers were reflected in recent reports.
To address the issue, several initiatives were rolled out by the government and NGOs, among them the Covid-19 vaccine registration platform Imunisel by the Selangor state government.
ImuniSel, which was launched in April, aims to register those who do not have a smart phone or Internet access.
In a tweet, Selangor Task Force for Covid-19 (STFC) committee member Dr Helmi Zakariah urged interested Malaysians to register as volunteers to help register the non-tech-savvy at imunisel.my

Thieves steal portable home from Waitangi housing development

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Thieves have been slammed for stealing a portable cabin from a vulnerable Northlander.

Billie Eilish Admits to Feeling 'Vulnerable' Releasing 'Your Power' and Its Music Video

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Billie Eilish Admits to Feeling 'Vulnerable' Releasing 'Your Power' and Its Music Video
Music
In the music video of her new track, the 19-year-old seven-time Grammy winner is seen sitting alone on a mountain with a large snake wrapping itself around her body.
Apr 30, 2021
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Billie Eilish could not help but get emotional while dropping "Your Power" and its music video. When announcing the release on social media, the "Therefore I Am" singer admitted to feeling "very vulnerable."
Making use of Instagram on Thursday, April 29, the 19-year-old star shared a part of the track's visual. In the accompaniment of the post, she declared, " 'Your Power' song and video out now. this is one of my favorite songs i've ever written. i feel very vulnerable putting this one out because i hold it so close to my heart."

Money in Hawke's Bay hills if trees are in the right place

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Money in Hawke's Bay hills if trees are in the right place
28 Apr, 2021 01:18 AM
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Erosion in Hawke's Bay - not a pleasant sight. Photo / Supplied
Hawkes Bay Today
The Hawke's Bay Regional Council is proposing an ambitious tree planting solution to protect and strengthen as much as 250,000 hectares of what it calls "highly-erodable and vulnerable" land.
In a trial named "Right Tree Right Place", the Council will offer a loan and other funding mechanisms to landowners to plant trees on the land, with economic and environmental benefits, from manuka, honey, timber and horticulture options with the greatest potential to deliver a return and offset loan repayments.

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Covid-19 coronavirus: India's cities are under siege - now its rural areas are in the firing line

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Covid-19 coronavirus: India's cities are under siege - now its rural areas are in the firing line
26 Apr, 2021 11:35 PM
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India is fighting a devastating second wave of Covid-19 that is killing thousands each day. Video / AP
India is fighting a devastating second wave of Covid-19 that is killing thousands each day. Video / AP
Daily Telegraph UK
By: Joe Wallen and Mohammad Sartaj Alam
India's devastating Covid-19 epidemic, which is killing thousands of people each day in major cities including Delhi and Mumbai, is now spreading uncontrollably in its most vulnerable rural hinterland, home to 800 million Indians.
Decades of underfunding in India's healthcare system has left the nation's rural areas facing widespread shortages of oxygen, tests, medication, and, in many areas, a medical professional, creating a vacuum of critical care and leaving openings for quack doctors.

Olivia Rodrigo finds power from being 'vulnerable and open'

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Olivia Rodrigo finds power from being 'vulnerable and open'
Entertainment
Tue, Apr 27, 2021
American actress and singer Olivia Rodrigo boasts of living a life that is "any songwriter's dream"  mainly because of her breakout debut single as the Drivers License hitmaker believes the vulnerability and openness in the lyrics offer power to the music. 
The 18-year-old music sensation rose to the height of fame in early 2021 with her single "Drivers License" that perched at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and remained in the top spot for eight weeks. The song not only trended on TikTok, broke Spotify records but it also became the backdrop of a Saturday Night Live skit.

Te Tuinga Whānau celebrates one year at Tauranga RSA ahead of Anzac Day

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Te Tuinga Whānau celebrates one year at Tauranga RSA ahead of Anzac Day
23 Apr, 2021 10:00 PM
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Tauranga RSA president Fred Milligan (back left), Te Tuinga Whānau head of security Kelvin Joseph, social worker Sophia Murray and executive director Tommy Wilson (front). Photo / Emma Houpt
Tauranga RSA president Fred Milligan (back left), Te Tuinga Whānau head of security Kelvin Joseph, social worker Sophia Murray and executive director Tommy Wilson (front). Photo / Emma Houpt
As most New Zealanders commemorate Anzac Day this weekend, a Tauranga social service agency will be quietly celebrating the first birthday of its "one-stop shop" for the city's most vulnerable.

Victim of Auckland rapist Craig Koning calls him a 'complete and utter coward'

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Victim of Auckland rapist Craig Koning calls him a 'complete and utter coward'
21 Apr, 2021 12:08 AM
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Craig Koning established the Floating Foundation charity but his behaviour prompted complaints and media scrutiny which in turn inspired Amy Coronakes to come forward. Photo / Twitter
Craig Koning established the Floating Foundation charity but his behaviour prompted complaints and media scrutiny which in turn inspired Amy Coronakes to come forward. Photo / Twitter
Self-styled philanthropist Craig Koning is a rapist, a coward and an abusive manipulator who preyed on vulnerable women, a court heard today.
Koning was found guilty by majority verdict on two rape charges relating to an incident in 2004 when he was dating Amy Coronakes.

Peasant women most vulnerable in Sindh, webinar told

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Peasant women most vulnerable in Sindh, webinar told
Karachi
April 18, 2021
Speakers at a webinar said on Saturday the landless peasants and agricultural workers were not the centre of any of the relevant policies in the country, particularly in the Sindh province.
The Hari Welfare Association (HWA), a peasant rights body, organised the webinar to mark International Peasants Rights Day.
Nuzhat Shireen, chairperson of the Sindh Commission on the Status of Women (SCSW), said that peasant women did not have access to information about their registration under the Sindh Agriculture Workers Act of 2019, nor did they know how to unionise and be able to access food and livelihoods resources.

Popcom chief: Covid makes young people vulnerable to abuse

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April 12, 2021
THE negative impacts of the pandemic on health and well-being have spread far and wide among members of the Philippine population, and its adverse effects have crept to the level of Filipino adolescents, according to the Commission on Population and Development’s (Popcom) executive director.
Speaking before a global audience at the recent Ecosoc Youth Forum on the occasion of World Health Day, Undersecretary for Population and Development (PopDev) Juan Antonio Perez III said the Philippines, as a country currently under community quarantines, has witnessed the health crisis greatly bearing down on young people’s sexual and reproductive health (SRH).

Bitcoin scam sees man lose nearly half a million dollars, calling banks and exchanges to account

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Bitcoin scam sees man lose nearly half a million dollars, calling banks and exchanges to account
Kevin Barraclough lost lost his entire inheritance in an online bitcoin scam.
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The brother of a man scammed out of more than $400,000 has issued a warning to people to be more aware of bogus bitcoin traders.
Key points:
Mr Barraclough lost nearly half a million dollars when he signed up to a scam without understanding what he was doing
Westpac initially put a hold in his account used to make the transactions, then lifted it allowing the payments to proceed

Border Bishops Call for 'Safe, Orderly, and Humane Immigration'


Border Bishops Call for ‘Safe, Orderly, and Humane Immigration’
Border Bishops Call for ‘Safe, Orderly, and Humane Immigration’
U.S. and Mexican bishops living along the border issued a joint statement this week calling for “humanitarian solutions” to immigration.
“As U.S. and Mexican bishops along the border, we witness daily the dilemma that our migrant sisters and brothers face,” the statement reads.
“For most, the decision to migrate is not motivated by an indifference toward their homeland or the pursuit of economic prosperity; it is a matter of life or death.”
While recognizing the right of nations to control their borders, the bishops call on countries to welcome migrants in accordance with their “intrinsic dignity” and to pay special care to the treatment of children.

Covid 19 coronavirus: Where are NZ's most vulnerable places?

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Covid 19 coronavirus: Where are NZ's most vulnerable places?
31 Mar, 2021 04:00 PM
5 minutes to read
Just the facts - A closer look at the first four vaccines to be rolled out in New Zealand. How they work, why we need them and who developed them. Video / NZ Herald
Just the facts - A closer look at the first four vaccines to be rolled out in New Zealand. How they work, why we need them and who developed them. Video / NZ Herald
New Zealand's vulnerability to Covid-19 has been laid out in maps showing major cities - but also remote communities - among the most threatened spots.

PM seeks 'climate finance' for Pakistan, other vulnerable states

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PM seeks ‘climate finance’ for Pakistan, other vulnerable states
Top Story
April 1, 2021
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday called upon the major economies to pursue a holistic approach towards climate change and galvanise supportive finance for Pakistan and other vulnerable countries braving the climate challenge.
“We expect this to be a moment for the world’s major economies to come forward and galvanise supportive finance for responsible countries like Pakistan, that are doing their best to reduce emissions,” the Prime Minister wrote in an article published in The Times.
Khan mentioned that the Global Climate Risk index ranked Pakistan as the eighth most vulnerable country to climate impacts with frequency and intensity of climate disasters constantly rising over the decades. Since 2000, Pakistan has lost 9,989 lives, suffered economic losses worth $3.8 billion and witnessed 152 extreme weather events — all triggered by climate change, he wrote.

More Than 7,300 Incidents of In-Care Abuse in Victoria, Report Finds

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More Than 7,300 Incidents of In-Care Abuse in Victoria, Report Finds
Vulnerable teenagers placed in residential care under Victoria’s child protection service were subjected to violence in 2019-2020, with more than 700 suffering serious physical and sexual abuse.
The annual report by Victoria’s Commission for Children and Young Persons (pdf) also found that of the 7,300 incidents reported for that year, eighteen children died in residential care. At the same time, more than 2,000 teenagers ran away from residential units.
The report comes in the wake of concerning data that reveal 65 Victorian children and teenagers—who were known to child protection authorities—died in 2019-2020, reported The Australian.

EML Payments : Mastercard, rivals 'ran cartel' on cards for the vulnerable, UK watchdog says

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LONDON (Reuters) - Mastercard is among five companies which broke the law for cartel behaviour when offering pre-paid cards to vulnerable members of society, Britain's Payment Systems Regulator said on Wednesday.
Mastercard, allpay, APS, PFS and Sulion agreed not to compete or poach each other's customers on cards used by local authorities for welfare payments including to the homeless, victims of domestic violence and asylum seekers, the PSR said.
The investigation is ongoing and the companies can make representations on the provisional findings, the PSR said.
Mastercard, allpay and PFS have admitted liability, and if the regulator ultimately concludes there is wrongdoing have agreed to pay maximum fines totalling more than 32 million pounds ($44 million), the watchdog said.

New decisions by global conservation group bolster efforts to save Africa's elephants


Two big decisions have been made in the last few weeks in relation to African elephants that will have major implications for the survival of the giant mammals.
The first is that a global body devoted to the conservation of elephants in Africa recognised the African elephant as two species: forest and savanna. Previously they had been considered a single species. This matters because their individual populations are smaller than when recognised as a single species, and because they face shared as well as unique threats.
Secondly, in March, the International Union for Conservation of Nature updated its Red List, and moved African elephants into more threatened classifications. As a single species, African elephants were previously listed as “Vulnerable”, because there had been a reduction of more than 30% of the population in the past three generations.

MIT Claims Coronavirus Vulnerable to Ultrasound Vibrations; Spikes and Shell Collapse in Less Than a Second

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Clinical support technician Douglas Condie extracts viruses from swab samples so that the genetic structure of a virus can be analysed and identified in the coronavirus testing laboratory at Glasgow Royal Infirmary, on February 19, 2020 in Glasgow, Scotland.
According to SciTech Daily's latest report, the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Department of Mechanical Engineering's researchers was able to develop computer simulations and modeled the virus's mechanical response to vibrations across a range of ultrasound frequencies.
To give you more idea, here's what the medical experts discovered.
How effective is ultrasound against COVID-19?

Local Matters - Covid jab on way to vulnerable


Covid jab on way to vulnerable
Last week the Government confirmed that the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine will be rolled out to the patients and staff of aged residential care facilities from the end of March.
These are facilities both inside retirement villages and in the wider community that look after older people who are no longer able to live independently, providing rest home, hospital or dementia level care.
Residents of these facilities will naturally get the vaccine in-house. Everyone receiving the vaccine must give consent and NZ Aged Care Association chief executive Simon Wallace says this is challenging when it comes to dementia patients – something that is also an issue for flu vaccines – and is currently being worked through.

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