The Japan Coast Guard has learned from interviews with officials that it is making adjustments to deploy three or more new unmanned aerial vehicles "Sea Guardian", which began operation this year, from next year. It is also considering sharing information acquired by unmanned aerial vehicles with the Maritime Self-Defense Force in real time.
Metropolitan high school entrance examination speaking test opposition group "more than 470 problems pointed out"
Last month, more than 470 people pointed out problems such as "I could hear other students' answers" about the English "speaking test" used in the entrance examination of Tokyo Metropolitan High School for the first time. announced by opposition groups.
The wife of actor Toru Watanabe, who passed away last month, actress Ikue Sakakibara and her eldest son, actor Yuta Watanabe, held a press conference on the 5th and talked about their thoughts on Toru.
When I tried to pick up the medicine at the pharmacy window, "the medicine is in short supply..." and "shipment adjustment is in progress...". This situation has been going on for over a year now. Triggered by frauds by generic drug manufacturers that have been discovered one after another since the year before, there has been an unprecedented supply shortage of pharmaceuticals, and according to an industry group announcement on the 5th, nearly 30% of all pharmaceuticals. What drugs will be in short supply and how long will it last? It has been compiled in detail through interviews with experts.
Remuneration for public secretary accused of bribery of campaign members University professor Akiba reconstruction minister and others
In the House of Representatives election last year, a university professor issued a letter of accusation against Minister Akiba and others on the suspicion that the payment of compensation to his public secretary in the House of Representatives election was a bribery of campaign members, which was prohibited by the Public Offices Election Law. I sent it to the public prosecutor's office.
Before the parliamentary deliberations on a bill aimed at relieving the victims of the former Unification Church began on the 6th, the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan paid about 25 million yen to the church for donations and purchases of goods, and said, "We will not request a refund." We interviewed a former believer who signed a letter of intent to do so.
Kindergarten child abuse Independently obtained the investigation report submitted by the kindergarten to the city Shizuoka Susono
At a nursery school in Susono City, Shizuoka Prefecture, NHK independently obtained an investigation report submitted by the nursery school to the city in a case in which three nursery teachers were arrested on suspicion of assaulting children. The report also describes acts such as writing inappropriate comments on photos and distributing them to groups within nursery teachers.
Nobuo Inaba, former director of the Bank of Japan, appointed to succeed Terunobu Maeda as chairman of NHK Management Committee
NHK's management committee unanimously decided on the 5th to appoint Nobuo Inaba, a former director of the Bank of Japan, to succeed Chairman Akinobu Maeda, whose term expires on the 24th of next month.
97-year-old Fukushima 5 fatalities testimony "I mistakenly stepped on the brake and the accelerator"
In November, a car driven by a 97-year-old driver went out of control in Fukushima City, killing five people, including pedestrians. In response to the investigation so far, he said, ``I tried to stop because I saw a pedestrian, but I mistakenly stepped on the brake and accelerator.''
Shortage of nursing care workers Integrated provision of “visits” and “outpatient services” Considering new services
With the shortage of nursing care workers due to the aging of helpers, etc., the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has a policy to create a new type of service that can integrally provide home-visit nursing care and outpatient nursing care, which are positioned as separate businesses. We decided to proceed with a detailed review.
The award-winning work of the temple bulletin board award, which competes for the uniqueness of the words written on the temple bulletin board, was announced on the 5th. The Grand Prize was given to a poem written by an elementary school boy when he was 10 years old following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The three-party talks held at the Tokyo High Court on the retrial of the so-called "Hakamada case" = redoing the trial ended in five days. Regarding the case that occurred 56 years ago, the court's decision is expected to be shown within the year whether to allow the trial to be redone.