J1 opens; Yokohama F. Marinos beats Kawasaki away to win consecutive titles
In the J.League soccer season, which celebrated its 30th anniversary on the 17th, last season's champions Yokohama F. Marinos beat Kawasaki Frontale 2-1 in the opening match of J1 held in Kawasaki City, and are on track to win back-to-back titles. I got off to a good start.
Ukrainian official: Russia prepares for massive missile attack
A high-ranking Ukrainian government official has heightened vigilance, saying that Russia is preparing a large-scale missile attack on the 24th of this month, one year after the start of Russia's military invasion.
Junior high school 59-year-old clerical staff Disciplinary action for power harassment by principal and vice-principal Nagasaki
A 59-year-old office worker at a junior high school in Saikai City, Nagasaki Prefecture, was suspended for six months for repeated power harassment, such as verbally abusing and insulting six colleagues, including the principal and vice-principal. received disciplinary action. The principal and vice-principal are suffering from mental illness and are forced to take a leave of absence.
Psychiatric hospital in Hachioji, Tokyo “At least 10 people are abused” Lawyer
At a psychiatric hospital in Hachioji, Tokyo, where a nurse was arrested on suspicion of assaulting an inpatient, a lawyer supporting the patient held a press conference on the 17th, saying, "From the video and audio in the hospital, at least There is a possibility that more than 10 staff members have committed abusive acts such as assault and verbal abuse," he said.
While riding a bicycle, a woman fell and was arrested on suspicion of death Released high school student Prosecution
On the 14th of this month, the public prosecutor's office decided to detain a 17-year-old male high school student who was arrested by the police on the 16th for causing the death of a 93-year-old woman who was walking while riding a bicycle in a residential area of Chiba City. Released without charge. Police will continue to investigate on a voluntary basis.
"H3" launch canceled What happened? Future? JAXA development manager interview
JAXA = Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency held a press conference about the fact that the first machine of Japan's new main rocket "H3", which was scheduled to be launched on the 17th, could not be launched. Summarize the points of the meeting. Interviewer: JAXA "H3 Development Manager" Masashi Okada Project Manager
Spring labor union at Mitsubishi UFJ Bank solidifies policy to demand wage increase of about 5.5%
In this year's spring labor offensive, where the focus is on dealing with high prices, the labor union of the major bank "Mitsubishi UFJ Bank" has a policy of requesting a wage increase of about 5.5% for full-time employees and contract employees, including salaries and bonuses. Hardened. This is significantly higher than last year, when a wage hike of 3.5% was agreed upon, and is the highest level demanded by the union in 31 years since 1992, when there were four banks prior to the merger of banks. Since fiscal 2020, the union has not demanded a uniform increase in base salaries in response to the introduction of a system to determine remuneration that emphasizes employee performance. This time, for the first time in four years, we are asking for a base increase.
JR West Received stuck due to heavy snow Report on verification and countermeasures summarized
JR West has compiled a report that includes the results of a series of verifications and measures to prevent recurrence, in response to the problem of a series of stuck trains due to heavy snowfall last month. Among them, JR has decided to flexibly operate the snow-melting device at the point when the temperature is low and snow is expected.
Olympic bid rigging case Former deputy director of the organizing committee pointed out that there are too many Dentsu
The former deputy director of the organizing committee of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics was arrested in a bid-rigging case over the management of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. Interviews with people involved revealed that this was the case. After that, the list was updated by subcontracting Dentsu to other companies. It looks like you are investigating.
“Thank you Shan Shan” Various events in the city of Ueno
In conjunction with the return of the giant panda "Shang Xiang" of Tokyo Ueno Zoo to China, the local town of Ueno put up a huge banner to show their gratitude, and various events such as photo exhibitions were held. is open.
"Flying car" A test flight that lifts people to an altitude of 30m Oita
"Flying cars" are being developed as a next-generation means of transportation. On the 17th, a test flight with people was carried out in Oita City. According to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, it is the first time for a manned test flight to be conducted outdoors, where permission is required.
Prime Minister Kishida meets with support groups such as LGBT "Efforts to realize respect for diversity"
Prime Minister Kishida met with representatives of three organizations that support LGBT and other sexual minorities. He apologized for discriminatory remarks by the secretary to the prime minister, who was dismissed earlier, and conveyed his intention to make efforts to realize a society where diversity is respected.
Picasso "Woman with a blue shawl" Draw another person from the lower layer
Under the oil painting "Woman with a blue shawl" by Pablo Picasso, one of the leading painters of the 20th century, it was found that there was a drawing that seems to have drawn another person. It is a valuable discovery that gives us a glimpse of the end of the world."
3 people injured in a pile-up accident involving 7 cars Investigated by hit-and-run in a rear-ended car Yokohama
On the afternoon of the 17th, a passenger car that came from behind collided with a motorcycle that was waiting for a traffic light on a city road in Kanazawa Ward, Yokohama, resulting in a pile-up accident involving a total of seven vehicles, injuring three people. Police are investigating the incident as a hit-and-run, as the car that hit them ran away from the scene.
Ammunition depot capable of storing stand-off missiles to be newly established in Aomori Oita
In the new fiscal year, Defense Minister Hamada will start construction of a total of four large ammunition depots that can store "stand-off missiles" to exercise "counterattack capabilities" at SDF facilities in Aomori and Oita prefectures. made it clear that
Nationwide number of influenza patients continues to rise Call for countermeasures
The number of influenza patients nationwide is estimated to be about 362,000 in the week ending on the 12th of this month, and although the pace has slowed, it continues to increase. In Fukui Prefecture, Ishikawa Prefecture, and Okinawa Prefecture, the number of patients per medical institution has exceeded the "warning level", which is said to be a major epidemic, and the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare is calling for measures such as wearing masks.
Lotte Aki Sasaki ~ "Monster of Reiwa" What the right hand grabs
The official WBC ball was always held in the right hand of the "Reiwa Monster". Camping in Ishigaki Island, Okinawa in February this year. Focusing on pitcher Aki Sasaki (21), we can see the thorough WBC measures of pitcher Sasaki, who is preparing to become the power of the Japanese national team. (Sports News Section Reporter Yoshio Homma)
Fire burning four houses in Koto Ward, Tokyo Elderly woman dies
Before noon on the 17th, an elderly woman died in a fire that burned four houses, including a house, in Koto Ward, Tokyo.
Dealing with Aging Nuclear Power Plant Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Holds Talks with Chairman of the Federation of Electric Power Companies "Take all possible measures for safety"
Regarding the substantial extension of the operating period of nuclear power plants, the Nuclear Regulation Authority decided this week to establish a new system to deal with the aging of nuclear power plants. He held a meeting with Chairman Ikebe of the Japan Business Federation and strongly requested that all possible measures be taken to ensure the safety of nuclear power plants.
Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare to change 'monkeypox' to 'empox'
The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has decided to change its domestic name to "Empox" for "monkeypox", which is prevalent mainly in Europe and the United States and has been confirmed to be infected in Japan.
Manager Moriyasu seeks support from the national government for the soccer world before the opening of the 30th anniversary of the J-League
Prior to the opening of the J-League soccer season, which will mark the 30th anniversary of the season, Japan national team coach Hajime Moriyasu attended a meeting of the bipartisan parliamentary federation and asked for the government's support for the further development of Japanese soccer. I asked.
Furusato Nozei “Total cost exceeds 50% of donation amount” in 136 municipalities
Last fiscal year, it was revealed that 136 municipalities exceeded the national standard of keeping the total amount of donations collected by local governments to less than 50% of the amount of donations, such as return gifts for hometown tax donations. The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications will request local governments to report on the status of improvements.
Darvish and Murakami start practice while watching over WBC training camp fans
The training camp of the Japanese national baseball team for the WBC (World Baseball Classic) to be held in March began in Miyazaki City from the 17th, and while many fans were watching, pitchers such as Yu Darvish and Munetaka Murakami participated. Team members have started practicing.
Parts of cat's torso and head found in elementary schools and parks Saitama
From the 16th to the 17th, parts of the torso and head that are believed to belong to cats were found on the grounds of elementary schools in Saitama City and nearby parks. In the city, a leg that seems to belong to a cat that was amputated on the 13th of this month has been found, and the police are investigating the relationship and investigating the suspicion of violating the animal welfare law.
President Zelensky appeals for territorial liberation at Berlin International Film Festival
It will soon be a year since Russia's military invasion of Ukraine. Ukrainian President Zelensky delivered a speech at the opening ceremony of the Berlin International Film Festival on the 16th, saying, "We will do everything to liberate our territory. Support for that is irreplaceable." He appealed again for support for Ukraine, which is undergoing military aggression.
[Reporter's commentary] "H3" rocket did not launch What the hell?
The first unit of Japan's new main rocket "H3" was scheduled to be launched from the Tanegashima Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture at 10:37 am on the 17th, but the rocket was not launched. JAXA = Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency is investigating the detailed situation because it seems that the auxiliary rocket did not ignite. What happened? Did the launch fail? What will be the future impact? This is a commentary by Yutaro Horikawa, a reporter from the Science and Culture Department. (The video is 2 minutes and 31 seconds. It cannot be viewed on data broadcasting.)
Government My Number Card "Certificate of Eligibility" is issued free of charge with an expiration date of 1 year
The government plans to abolish the health insurance card next autumn and integrate it with the My Number card. Regarding this, the government has announced a policy to set the expiration date within one year from issuance and not to ask for an issuance fee.
Psychiatric hospital nurse arrested “Administrative guidance if abuse is suspected” Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare
Regarding the arrest of a nurse at a psychiatric hospital in Hachioji, Tokyo, on suspicion of assaulting an inpatient, Health, Labor and Welfare Minister Kato said, "It is truly regrettable." He indicated that he would once again notify prefectures and others to provide guidance.
Saitama Kawaguchi Post office robbery Man who broke in Was cut at the counter
New Governor of the Bank of Japan Mr. Ueda Proposal Finance Minister “Expects consent in both houses of the Diet”
Regarding the government's proposal to the Diet to appoint economist Kazuo Ueda as the new Governor of the Bank of Japan, Finance Minister Suzuki agreed in the Diet, saying that he is a person with deep insight in both theory and practice. I expected to get a
[Breaking news] H3 did not launch, it seems that the auxiliary rocket did not ignite
The first unit of Japan's new main rocket "H3" was scheduled to be launched from the Tanegashima Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture at 10:37 am on the 17th, but the rocket was not launched. JAXA = Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency is investigating the detailed situation because it seems that the auxiliary rocket did not ignite.
Actor Bruce Willis Diagnosed With Dementia, Family Announces
In 2022, American actor Bruce Willis, who retired from acting after being diagnosed with aphasia, has been diagnosed with dementia, his family said. Willis' family said that by making his illness public, they "hopefully shed light on this disease, which is believed to have no effective treatment."
Foreigners with a master's degree and an annual income of 20 million or more to acquire human resources with a new preferential treatment system
Aiming to recruit foreigners with advanced and specialized knowledge and skills, new systems such as foreigners with a master's degree and an annual income of 20 million yen or more can obtain permanent residency in Japan after one year of stay. is now possible.
Interception of communications conducted by the police Last year was the highest number of 24 cases
Last year, police across the country intercepted mobile phone communications in a record number of 24 cases, including drug trafficking and handgun possession. It became clear.
US Tesla recalls more than 360,000 vehicles Risk of accident in automatic driving system
American electric car maker Tesla has filed a recall in the United States for more than 360,000 vehicles, including the sedan-type "Model S," due to the risk of accidents in the automatic driving system installed in some of them.
Operation suspended on the Odakyu Line Shinjuku - Shinyurigaoka up and down lines Signal failure
Due to a signal failure between Noborito Station and Mukogaoka Yuen Station on the Odakyu Line, operation was temporarily suspended on the entire line, but it resumed in some sections around 8 am. We will continue to stop driving on the up and down lines between Shinjuku Station and Shin-Yurigaoka Station. It means that there is no prospect of recovery.
Turkey/Syria earthquake Climber Ken Noguchi and others send sleeping bags to the site
Following the earthquake near the Syrian border in southern Turkey, an NPO in Fujikawaguchiko Town, Yamanashi Prefecture, represented by climber Ken Noguchi, is working to send sleeping bags collected from all over the country. .
Angels Shohei Ohtani to be the opening pitcher for the second year in a row
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani will be the opening pitcher for the second consecutive year in next month's season opener.
“Breaking” Before the All Japan Championship [Attractiveness/Highlights]
Breaking is a new sport for the Paris Olympics next year. The All Japan Championship, an important tournament that will lead to the Olympic selection, will be held for two days on the 18th and 19th. For those of you wondering, "What is breaking?" NHK will broadcast the final tournament of the All Japan Championship on the 19th live from 4:00 pm on General TV and BS4K, as well as simultaneous distribution on NHK Plus.
The opening of the Berlin International Film Festival
Germany's Berlin International Film Festival, one of the world's three largest film festivals, opened on the 16th, and 19 films, including Makoto Shinkai's animated film "Suzume no Toshimari", will compete for the highest award, the "Golden Bear Award". .
President Biden says shooting down Chinese balloon is legitimate, but ``talks to Xi''
US President Biden said he was justified in shooting down a Chinese balloon that was flying over the US mainland, but said he did not want a conflict with China. I emphasized my desire to continue the dialogue.
"H3" rocket first machine to launch today at 10:37 am Kagoshima
The first launch of "H3", which was newly developed as a large Japanese rocket for the first time in about 30 years, will be launched at 10:37 am on the 17th at the Tanegashima Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture.
Shizuoka Prefecture to monitor illegal embankments from space
In response to the debris flow that occurred in Atami City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Shizuoka Prefecture plans to embark on a demonstration experiment to monitor illegal embankments using images taken by artificial satellites from the new fiscal year. According to the prefecture, the effort to monitor the embankment from space is the first of its kind in all prefectures.
More than 42,000 people were rescued after 248 hours after the great earthquake in Turkey and Syria
The 7.8-magnitude quake and subsequent tremors that hit southern Turkey on Saturday have killed 36,187 people in Turkey and at least 5,814 in Syria, bringing the combined death toll to 40,000. More than 2,000 people are still in the area, and rescue efforts are still ongoing. On the 16th, the United Nations said that the temperature in the affected areas is expected to continue to drop below freezing, and that the severe cold poses a serious risk for evacuees, and securing food, medical care, and housing is an issue.