Toronto Public Health warns cafe guests about possible Omicron exposure

Toronto Public Health warns cafe guests about possible Omicron exposure

Toronto Public Health is warning people who visited a cafe in downtown Toronto about possible exposure to the Omicron variant of COVID-19. The warning applies to anyone who visited Piccolo Caffe E Vino in 111 John Street last weekend at the following times: between 21:00 on 26 November and at 02.00 on 27 November and … Read more

A cure for type 1 diabetes? For one man, it seems to have worked

Brian Shelton’s life was ruled by type 1 diabetes. When his blood sugar dropped, he would lose consciousness without warning. He banged his motorcycle into a wall. He fainted in a customer’s yard while delivering mail. After that episode, his boss asked him to retire after a quarter of a century in the postal service. … Read more

A cure for type 1 diabetes? For one man, it seems to have worked

Brian Shelton’s life was ruled by type 1 diabetes. When his blood sugar dropped, he would lose consciousness without warning. He banged his motorcycle into a wall. He fainted in a customer’s yard while delivering mail. After that episode, his boss asked him to retire after a quarter of a century in the postal service. … Read more

To offset agricultural emissions through replanting will cost 15 per cent. of the profits of the holding

Compensating for agricultural emissions through replanting will cost 15 percent of the farm’s profits, new research suggests. Key points: Compensation for agricultural emissions through replanting will cost WA farms 15 per cent. of their profits according to UWA research The resistance of the farmers would be a great obstacle The study author said that other … Read more

Cattle farmers in Queensland rejoice amid a deluge of wet weather with rainy prospects into December

Queensland’s large wetlands are expected to remain until December, and while welcome for cattle farmers, others in low-lying areas of central Queensland fled their homes overnight during floods. The Bureau of Metrology’s (BOM) seven-day forecast shows no dry days ahead for Queensland. The rain will peak in the southeast today as a trough over the … Read more

Riverside: Off-road vehicle ignites 3-alarm vegetation fire in windy conditions near the Arlanza district

RIVERSIDE, California (KABC) – An off-road vehicle ignited a three-alarm vegetation fire Sunday morning in Riverside under windy conditions that had already triggered a red flag warning, fire officials said. The fire was reported around 11:30 a.m. near Jurupa Avenue and Tyler Street, a crossroads in the northwest corner of the Arlanza residential neighborhood, according … Read more

Riverside: Off-road vehicle ignites 3-alarm vegetation fire in windy conditions near the Arlanza district

RIVERSIDE, California (KABC) – An off-road vehicle ignited a three-alarm vegetation fire Sunday morning in Riverside under windy conditions that had already triggered a red flag warning, fire officials said. The fire was reported around 11:30 a.m. near Jurupa Avenue and Tyler Street, a crossroads in the northwest corner of the Arlanza residential neighborhood, according … Read more

Live weather updates: Rain and flood warnings across states including NSW, Victoria, Qld and SA

Adelaide is experiencing the coldest November day in 27 years Adelaide yesterday experienced its coldest November day in 27 years, where it was only 14.1 degrees Celsius. The Bureau of Meteorology says other cities should dive to similar lows include Port Augusta, Port Lincoln, Woomera, Ceduna and Loxton. Edinburgh, just north of Adelaide, had its … Read more

Storms hit regional South Australia, damaging schools and causing extensive flooding and hail

Another eruption of wild weather has swept across southern Australia and has brought lightning floods, devastating winds, hail and power outages to large parts of the state. Key points: The storm moves from Whyalla across the central north and into the river basin Most of the 120 emergency calls come from Riverland Hail gives rise … Read more