Financial Times published this video item, entitled “Banking on the cloud | FT Tech” – below is their description. The bank getting ahead of the game with hiring in order to move to the cloud. #cloud #techSee if you get the FT for free as a student (http://ft.com/schoolsarefree) or start a £1 trial: https://subs.ft.com/spa3_trial?segmentId=3d4ba81b-96bb-cef0-9ece-29efd6ef2132. ► To learn more, visit our website – https://channels.ft.com/en/tech/► Watch more videos from this series here – https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrhpR40o4n5xaP-rUqPx2r0TY5x7fNYBe► Check out our Community tab for more stories on the economy. ► Listen to our podcasts: https://www.ft.com/podcasts► Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/financialtimes‘Financial Times YouTube Channel
July 04, 2022 14:57 UTC
You could add the kneejerk garlic (it does have an unshakable affinity with chickpeas), but this time I serve my creamy dip with a golden tangle of onions from the grill, seasoned with za’atar, and its notes of sesame and wild thyme. Brush them with a little olive oil and cook them over a hot griddle — or under a preheated overhead grill — until soft and lightly charred. Stir the za’atar into the olive oil. Make the chickpea puree: drain the liquid from the chickpeas, then put them into a small saucepan with 2 Tbsp of the olive oil. Puree the beans to a soft cream with the reserved cooking liquid and the remaining olive oil then squeeze in the lemon.
Source:Otago Daily Times
July 04, 2022 14:41 UTC
First of all, it is really, really, really big. You’d need almost 17 thousand Lake Taupos to make one million cubic kilometres. And the ocean is 1335 million cubic kilometres of water. It’s not too strong to say the global oceans are in a state of crisis. The ocean is huge, the crisis is global, and we need governments to step up to regulate human activities that affect the oceans.
Source:Otago Daily Times
July 04, 2022 14:29 UTC
(7)For this Stuff quiz, test your trivia knowledge by putting items into the correct order. Then hit “choose” to find out if you’re correct. You get three chances, so three strikes, and you’re out. This daily trivia quiz will be online every weekday at 12pm. READ MORE:* Quiz: Take the three strikes trivia test for April 25, 2022* Quiz: Take the three strikes trivia test for April 22, 2022* Quiz: Take the three strikes trivia test for March 21, 2022* Quiz: Take the three strikes trivia test for March 10, 2022Got a good quiz theme?
July 04, 2022 14:14 UTC
He said there needs to be tougher penalties for drivers who hit cyclists and more education around safe cycling. If you had a race with Lance McCaughan around Hamilton you’d probably lose. “But if I were a passenger in a car giving directions I would take them down all the wrong routes,” he jokes. “A lot of cyclists don’t like doing this, but my safety is number one. Tom Lee/Stuff Hamilton East resident Lance McCaughan, 57, has never owned a vehicle.
July 04, 2022 13:25 UTC
The Clean Car Discount scheme is having to alter wrong or missing emissions or safety-rating data. Photo / RNZThe Clean Car Discount scheme is having to alter wrong or missing emissions or safety-rating data. Photo / RNZBy Phil Pennington of RNZUsed car dealers say some customers expecting a clean car rebate are getting hit with a fee instead because official data is changing even as the vehicle is being sold. The Clean Car Discount scheme is having to alter wrong or missing emissions or safety-rating data as it goes along. EV vehicles are meant to be on the receiving end of a clean car rebate.
July 04, 2022 13:08 UTC
One of the nation’s largest fruit and vegetable growers, New Zealand Gourmet, hopes it has found a workaround after a nationwide shortage of commercial carbon dioxide supplies cut the production of tomatoes by about 20% at its site near Taupo. NZ Gourmet is the latest big food producer to report a fall-out from the carbon dioxide shortage. Its facility in Mōkai, north of Taupō, is unusual in that it uses geothermal energy instead of coal or gas boilers to heat its greenhouses and sustainably produce tomatoes and peppers during winter. But production director Roelf Schreuder said the downside of using cheap geothermal energy for heat was that the company needed to obtain about 30 tons of CO2 each week to optimize growing conditions at the facility. NZ Gourmet is banking on new technology developed by Callaghan Innovation spin-off Hot Lime Labs to get its vines back to full production.
July 04, 2022 12:34 UTC
Pensioner Robin Barry Killeen was crushed to death while cleaning inside the plant on December 19, 2019. Anzco, one of New Zealand’s largest exporters, was jointly charged along with Riverlands Eltham Limited. Supplied/Stuff Chief Executive of ANZCO Peter Conley was in the public gallery of the court to hear sentence being passed for the death of a worker. SIMON O'CONNOR/STUFF/Stuff Anzco’s Riverlands Eltham plant in south Taranaki. Anzco had already paid Killleen’s widow $20,000 before it had pleaded guilty and that came off the emotional harm reparation.
July 04, 2022 11:45 UTC
The former chairman of the now defunct Counties Manukau DHB says the responsibility for dealing with an investigation into a patient's death at Middlemore Hospital last month is now in the hands of Health NZ. Photo: LDR / Stephen ForbesThe district health board ceased to exist on Friday under the government's new health reforms. We don't exist as a board any more and all of our responsibilities have shifted to Health NZ," Gosche said. The patient first arrived at the emergency department about 1am on 15 June with a severe headache. This patient had a catastrophic medical event a few hours later at home and returned to the hospital emergency department.
July 04, 2022 10:12 UTC
Video / NZ HeraldA photograph of a baby wearing a full-face mask on a recent Air NZ flight has sparked fierce debate - but the man that took the photo says that the negative reaction is misplaced. The photograph, taken on a flight from Auckland to Wellington on July 1, shows the child wearing an adult-sized mask across its entire face, with holes cut out for the eyes. Jandre Opperman, who snapped the viral image and shared it on Instagram, told the Herald it was a "super-sweet interaction". "However, a key point about young children is that they very quickly show you when they feel uncomfortable," Kvalsvig said. "If a young child is wearing a mask and they're active, alert, and happy and they're being closely supervised by an adult, that's reassuring to see."
July 04, 2022 09:59 UTC
Photo / 123RFA former Domino's pizza worker has won $15,000 for lost wages and hurt feelings after "having the rug pulled out from under her feet". After attempting to contact Wang, Kirti never heard back. An upset Kirti told the Employment Relations Authority of her disappointment in not knowing sooner to prevent further unemployment. "I was embarrassed because I had to borrow money from friends to make ends meet until I could get a new visa and find another job," Kirti said. Kirti was awarded $3680 in lost wages for the period of around 100 days fromNovember 6 until she found another job in mid-February 2021.
July 04, 2022 08:44 UTC
Police were called to the Dunedin suburb of Abbotsford after members of the public helped nab a drink driver. Residents blocked a drunk driver who was six times the legal limit, and took her keys. It wasn’t the only high reading recorded by police, who stopped a motorist on Andersons Bay Rd on Sunday, about 8.15am. The 41-year-old male driver recorded a breath alcohol reading of 1388 mcg. RICKY WILSON/Stuff A group of Dunedin rugby players were trespassed from a hotel after lighting a fire in the car park.
July 04, 2022 08:15 UTC
A fight between fans at Mt Smart stadium broke out on Saturday night. Video / Cesãh Liiná via Facebook / Supplied / TikTokA fight between fans at Mt Smart stadium broke out on Saturday night. Video / Cesãh Liiná via Facebook / Supplied / TikTokThe days of enjoying beer from the bottle in Mt Smart corporate boxes have come to a bitter end. Samantha Henry (inset) was injured by a flying bottle when violence erupted between a corporate box and those in the stands at the Kiwis vs Tonga clash on June 25 at Mt Smart Stadium. In response, three men from the stands started retaliating, eventually jumping into the corporate box and flinging chairs back, she said.
July 04, 2022 07:59 UTC
Innocence Henry (centre) with her older sister, Ocean, 17, (left) and mother, Rebecca Henry. Reporter Kelly Makiha talks to a Tauranga family about their journey that was made just that little bit easier thanks to Rotorua's generosity and the Ronald McDonald family retreats at Ngongotahā. Innocence Henry was just 14 when she went to the doctor complaining of a hard lump on her middle toe. Innocence Henry was 14 when she had her first trip to Starship Children's Hospital to begin her cancer fight. One of the biggest blessings was when they spotted a pamphlet at Starship Children's Hospital for the Ronald McDonald family retreats in Rotorua.
July 04, 2022 06:55 UTC
Employment law advocates have said early childhood was "a huge mess" and teachers often ended up being disciplined over trivial matters. Employment advocates told RNZ they worked with far more early childhood teachers than school teachers. One said she had worked with just a few school teachers in her career but had lost count of the number of early childhood teachers she had helped. Rolston said more than ten per cent of her work was with early childhood teachers and she noticed early in 10-year-career as an advocate that they were over-represented. Employment law advocate Ashleigh Fechney said she had lost count of the number of early childhood teachers she had worked with.
July 04, 2022 06:43 UTC