Narita Airport Removal of anti-construction signboard near runway Court enforced
It turned out that the compulsory removal by the court of the signboards and buildings installed on the land near the runway by the group opposing the construction of Narita Airport will be executed on the night of the 15th. It will be the first time since 2017 if the opposition's base of operations is removed.
Paraguayan meat event in Taiwan, aiming to tie up the relationship
Paraguay is the only country in South America that has diplomatic ties with Taiwan, but a candidate for the presidential election scheduled for April mentions severing ties with Taiwan. Under these circumstances, in Taiwan, an event was held to promote sales of beef and pork from Paraguay in South America, and it is believed that there is an aim to tie up the relationship.
Prime Minister Kishida intends to review the way unemployment benefits should be in case of voluntary resignation
Prime Minister Kishida has revealed his intention to review the way unemployment benefits should be for those who leave their jobs for personal reasons, saying that smooth labor movement is necessary to realize a structural wage increase.
JR West temporarily suspends operation of the Kyoto line due to the operation of the snow-melting device
After a heavy snowfall in January caused trains to be stuck for a long period of time without operating equipment to melt the snow on the tracks, JR West decided that there was a possibility of snowfall from now on, and hastened to work to put the equipment into operation. Therefore, the JR Kyoto Line and other lines were temporarily suspended, but after 6:00 pm, all lines resumed operation.
Liberal Democratic Party branch headed by Eikei Suzuki
A branch of the Liberal Democratic Party headed by former Mie Governor and Cabinet Office parliamentary secretary Eikei Suzuki, a member of the House of Representatives, has received orders for national public works from the dissolution of the House of Representatives in October two years ago to the election day. An NHK interview revealed that 13 construction companies had donated a total of 10.6 million yen. The Public Offices Election Law prohibits companies undertaking national public works from donating for national elections. In response to an NHK interview, Suzuki's office said, ``I didn't know that each company was receiving orders for public projects from the government. We are proceeding,” he commented.
Air India purchases 470 aircraft from Europe and the United States Total contract value exceeds 10 trillion yen
Indian airline Air India has announced that it has agreed to purchase a total of 470 aircraft from Europe's Airbus and America's Boeing. Local media reported that the total contract value exceeded 10 trillion yen, making it the largest deal in private aviation history.
Death at immigration facility Video of Sri Lankan woman detained to be screened in court
The bereaved family of a Sri Lankan woman who died at an immigration facility in Nagoya City is seeking compensation from the government. It was decided that it would be screened in court.
[Camp] Lotte Akira Sasaki strikes out Munetaka Murakami at the fastest 160km
In professional baseball, Lotte, WBC = World Baseball Classic Japan representative pitcher Aki Sasaki started in a practice match with Yakult, and took a whiff strikeout from Munetaka Murakami, who is also a representative of Japan. I showed
Labor unions, including automakers, submit demands for significant wage increases
At this year's spring struggle, labor unions such as automobile manufacturers submitted a request to management all at once on the 15th. All labor unions are demanding significant wage increases, including the highest level in the past 20 years by the Toyota Motor Corporation union, and the focus will be on whether wage increases that match the record price rise will be realized.
Psychiatric hospital suspected of assaulting inpatients Arrested nurse Tokyo Hachioji
It turned out that a nurse in his 50s at a psychiatric hospital in Hachioji, Tokyo was arrested by the Metropolitan Police Department on suspicion of assault for hitting a patient's head. The Metropolitan Police Department is searching the hospital on the 15th for suspicion that four people, including this nurse, assaulted a patient last year, and will investigate the detailed situation.
56% of companies expected to raise wages, record high Survey by private research company
In a survey conducted by a private research company targeting 27,000 companies nationwide before this year's spring labor offensive, 56% of companies answered that they are expected to raise wages. This is the highest level ever recorded in 2018.
Smuggling of illicit drugs The use of passenger planes has quadrupled.
Among the illicit drugs such as stimulants seized at airports nationwide last year, it was found that smuggling using passenger planes has increased nearly four times compared to the previous year. The Ministry of Finance says that the relaxation of border measures is the background.
Ministry of Defense to use "counterattack capability" to establish large ammunition depots in Aomori and Oita
The Ministry of Defense has decided to establish a new large-scale ammunition depot that can store "stand-off missiles" for exercising "counterattack capability" at SDF facilities in Aomori and Oita prefectures in the new fiscal year.
Prime Minister Kishida "Determine whether to inherit" Abenomics "as the Bank of Japan"
In relation to the proposal to appoint economist Kazuo Ueda, a former deliberative committee member of the Bank of Japan, as the new governor of the Bank of Japan, Prime Minister Kishida told the House of Representatives Budget Committee, "Whether to inherit 'Abenomics' depends on the market. We will continue to hold dialogues and make decisions as the Bank of Japan."
Government policy to review weapon usage rules Adjusted with unpopular ball `` shoot down possible ''
The government plans to review the rules for the use of weapons by the Self-Defense Forces in preparation for airspace encroachment by reconnaissance balloons from China and other countries. Regarding unmanned balloons, if it is deemed necessary to protect the lives and property of the people, adjustments have been made to allow them to be shot down with weapons even if they do not meet the requirements such as self-defense.
Long-term follow-up outpatients to support the fight against childhood cancer complications
Approximately 2,500 people develop pediatric cancer each year. In order to cure cancer, growing children undergo severe treatment with anticancer drugs and radiation. However, the treatment can cause various complications, and many people continue to worry for a long time. Long-term follow-up outpatients support such patients. February 15th is International Childhood Cancer Day. Do you want to think about pediatric cancer together? (Osaka Broadcasting Station Director Aimee Shirataki)
Suginami-ku, Tokyo Abandoned boat match ``Possibility of conflict with public election law'' Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications
The Election Management Committee of Suginami Ward, Tokyo, had a policy of releasing a "boat match" service that allows each voter to know who the candidate is closest to him or her in the election for the district assembly in April this year. , The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications has given up the implementation due to the opinion that there is a possibility of conflict with the Public Offices Election Law.
Dealing with aging nuclear power plants Setting up a team to study concrete standards Approved by majority vote
Regarding the practical extension of the operating period of nuclear power plants, the Nuclear Regulation Authority decided on the 13th to establish a new system to deal with the aging of nuclear power plants. Did.
Release of too many juvenile fish will reduce the number of fish, announced by the Japan-US joint research team
A joint research team from Japan and the United States announced that releasing too many juvenile fish to increase the number of fish in the river would upset the balance of the ecosystem, causing the number of all kinds of fish in the river to decrease. bottom. In Japan, cherry salmon and other species are being released to increase resources, but the research results are attracting attention as a research result that indicates that it is necessary to release salmon in consideration of the burden on river ecosystems.
Superintendent General of the Metropolitan Police ``Proceed with investigation speedily'' explains wide-area robbery case at Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly
In response to the series of wide-area robberies, Metropolitan Police Department Superintendent Hiroshi Kojima explained the status of the investigation of the incidents that occurred in Tokyo at the regular meeting of the Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly held on the 15th, and also explained the measures being taken to prevent damage. He expressed his intention to make efforts to ensure safety and security.
Shohei Ohtani Measurement and body care before camp in Arizona, USA
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani checked his physical condition on the 14th before the camp that started the next day in Arizona.
Liberal Democrats and Ishin House of Representatives chairman's daily allowance of 6000 yen Confirmation of policy aiming to abolish
Regarding the reform of the Diet, the chairman of the Diet countermeasures committee of the Liberal Democratic Party and the Japan Restoration Party held a meeting and confirmed the policy aiming to abolish the daily 6000 yen allowance paid to the chairman of the committee of the House of Representatives.
Investigation on suspicion of cat leg amputation or animal welfare law violation Saitama Minami Ward
On the 13th, a severed cat's paw was found on a park bench along the Arakawa River in Saitama City, and the police are investigating it on suspicion of violating the Animal Welfare Act.
Only about 20% of people who want to remove masks at graduation ceremonies Kochi junior high school
When a junior high school in Kochi City conducted a survey of third-year students about wearing masks at the graduation ceremony, it was found that only about 20% of the students answered that they wanted to remove the mask at the ceremony. .
Chinese embassy in South Korea announces visa issuance to Koreans ``Restart from 18th''
The Chinese embassy in South Korea announced that it will resume issuing visas to Koreans visiting China from the 18th, which had been suspended since last month. Although the reason has not been clarified, it seems that the measure was taken after the South Korean government lifted restrictions on short-term visa issuance for people entering from China last week.
Ministry of Defense plans to review rules for using weapons China's reconnaissance balloon tour
Regarding the response to China's reconnaissance balloon, the Ministry of Defense is preparing to use weapons that are currently limited to self-defense and emergency evacuation as measures against intrusion into Japanese airspace in the future. showed a policy to review the rules of
Prime Minister Kishida “New Governor of the Bank of Japan, Mr. Ueda, is the best choice to achieve the price stability target”
Regarding the proposal to appoint economist Kazuo Ueda, a former deliberative committee member of the Bank of Japan, as the new governor of the Bank of Japan, Prime Minister Kishida told the House of Representatives Budget Committee, We have judged that Mr. Ueda, who has deep knowledge of the financial field in both theory and practice, is the best candidate for this position."
Yodobashi to open 3 stores in Tokyo Ikebukuro, etc. Discussing acquisition of Sogo/Seibu
Yodobashi Holdings Co., Ltd., a major consumer electronics retailer, has announced plans to open a store in the acquisition of Sogo/Seibu by an American investment fund. Of the 10 stores nationwide, we plan to open 3 stores in Tokyo and Ikebukuro.
6,000 Ukrainian children detained in Russian-controlled facility US university report
At least 6,000 Ukrainian children have been detained in Russian patriotic education facilities since the invasion began, according to a report by an American university group investigating war crimes committed by Russia. summarized.
Former Defense Minister Onodera ``Big hole in Japan's national defense'' balloon-shaped flying object
In response to the Ministry of Defense's announcement that a balloon-shaped flying object that was sighted over Japan in the past was presumed to be a Chinese reconnaissance balloon, former Liberal Democratic Party Minister of Defense Onodera said, There may be a hole," he said, emphasizing the idea of asking the government for an explanation.
[Updated from time to time] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 15th)
Russia's military aggression against Ukraine continues. Fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces continues across Ukraine, forcing thousands of civilians to flee the country. We will keep you updated on developments regarding the situation in Ukraine on the 15th (Japan time), including the situation of the fighting and the diplomacy of the countries concerned. (There is a 7-hour time difference between Japan and Ukraine, and a 6-hour time difference with Moscow, Russia.)
Illegal renovation at collapsed site of Turkey-Syria earthquake local media
Local media in Turkey have linked illegal renovations, such as removing the original pillars, to make more space for shops on the first floor of the buildings, as many buildings collapsed in the recent earthquake. It is pointed out that
Philippine president expresses 'serious concern' to Chinese ambassador over laser irradiation
Philippine President Marcos summoned the Chinese ambassador to express his "serious concerns" that a Philippine patrol boat was irradiated by a Chinese Coast Guard ship with a laser beam in the South China Sea. showed the attitude of
Wide area robbery case Cell phone data erased in some way
The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department analyzed the mobile phones used by four people who were suspected of giving orders in a series of wide-area robberies and were deported to Japan from immigration facilities in the Philippines. Interviews with investigators revealed that the situation was true. The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating whether there is a suspicion that the data has been erased in some way.
Turkey-Syria earthquake kills more than 39,000
More than 39,000 people have been confirmed dead so far in the devastating earthquake near the Syrian border in southern Turkey. More than a week has passed since the earthquake, and while some people have become ill from living in evacuation shelters, medical teams from Japan's Japan Disaster Relief Team have started working on-site to provide medical support to the victims.