A boy fell dead at a hotel in Kabukicho and his mother was arrested on suspicion of murder
On the morning of the 29th, a boy in the third grade of elementary school fell from the 23rd floor of a hotel in Kabukicho, Tokyo, and died, and the Metropolitan Police Department arrested his 47-year-old mother on suspicion of murder. The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the details of the investigation, saying that it was stated that "I was going to die with two children and three people."
Percentage of female managers in public schools Over 20% for the first time is also a big difference by prefecture
The percentage of females in managerial positions such as principals and vice-principals of public schools exceeded 20% for the first time this year, but there is a large difference depending on the prefecture, and work style reform of managerial positions is an issue.
Osaka Prefecture Omicron strain 11 new infections confirmed 34 people in total in the prefecture
Osaka Prefecture has announced that 11 men and women in the prefecture have been newly confirmed to be infected with the "Omicron strain". Two of them are users of nursing homes where clusters of Omicron strains have occurred.
Organizations working to eliminate food loss Food distribution to people in need of living Sapporo
At the end of the year, in Sapporo City, a private organization working to eliminate food loss distributes food such as vegetables and bread to people in need and single-parent households free of charge.
Tomorrow-New Year's Day There is a risk of heavy snowfall mainly on the Sea of Japan side.
From the 30th to the New Year's Day, the winter-type pressure distribution will strengthen again, and there is a risk of heavy snowfall, especially on the Sea of Japan side of northern and western Japan. The Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for caution regarding the impact on traffic caused by heavy snowfall and freezing of the road surface.
Request for arrest warrant for mother on suspicion of death from falling boy at a hotel in Kabukicho
On the morning of the 29th, a boy in the third grade of elementary school fell and died from the vicinity of the 23rd floor of a hotel in Kabukicho, Tokyo. A 47-year-old mother who was nearby said, "I was going to die with my eldest son and daughter, but only my eldest son fell." I am going to make a request and find out the details.
Hyogo-Tottori prefectural border Mt. Hyonoyama distressed due to bad weather
The search on the 29th of a group of five men who went camping on the border between Hyogo and Tottori prefectures and was distressed was terminated due to bad weather, and police and others on the 30th. I am planning to resume the search in the morning.
Omicron stock border measures will be considered for the time being, including a gradual review
The government plans to continue the border measures for Omicron stocks for the time being. However, it has been pointed out that the effects of community-acquired infections in Japan are becoming limited one after another, and we plan to consider including a gradual review while assessing the future infection status.
Refund fraud damage spreads to rural areas, the highest number in the last 10 years
A "refund fraud" that tricks ATMs into operating ATMs by telling lies that they can receive refunds for medical expenses. The damage of this year was about 3700 cases nationwide, amounting to more than 4.1 billion yen, and it was found that the number of cases was the highest in the past 10 years. The National Police Agency is calling attention to the fact that the damage is spreading not only in urban areas but also in rural areas.
Ibaraki Elderly Facility Former Staff Re-arrested on suspicion of murder of another resident
A former employee who was arrested for injecting air into the blood vessels of a resident man at an elderly facility in Koga City, Ibaraki Prefecture, was re-arrested on suspicion of murdering another resident.
Hyogo-Tottori Prefectural Border Resumed search for one remaining man in distress at Mt. Hyonoyama
Police and others have been using helicopters since the morning of the 29th for a 66-year-old man who is still missing from a group of five men who went to a camp on Mt. Hyono, a mountain on the border between Hyogo and Tottori prefectures. I resumed the search.
All-night operation from New Year's Eve to New Year's Day Implemented for the first time in 2 years such as JR East
From New Year's Eve to New Year's Day, JR East and the three major private railway companies in the Tokyo metropolitan area will operate the train all night for the first time in two years.
A woman in a fire room in a condominium burns in Kawasaki City
On the morning of the 29th, a fire broke out in a room in a five-story condominium in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, killing a woman in this room.
Death from falling boy at a hotel in Kabukicho Request for arrest warrant for mother on suspicion of murder
On the morning of the 29th, an elementary school boy fell and died at a hotel in Kabukicho, Tokyo. When the Metropolitan Police Department heard from a mother in her 40s who was nearby, she said, "I was going to die with my eldest son and daughter, but only my eldest son fell." The policy is to request an arrest warrant on suspicion.
A boy died in front of a hotel in Kabukicho, Tokyo. Did he fall from the vicinity of the emergency stairs?
On the morning of the 29th, a boy of about elementary school age was found dead in front of a hotel in Kabukicho, Tokyo. The Metropolitan Police Department thinks that it has fallen from the vicinity of the emergency stairs of the hotel, and is investigating the detailed situation by listening to the story from the mother who was at the hotel.
"Healthy life expectancy" Female 75.38 years old Male 72.68 years old Record longest for both men and women
It was found that the "healthy life expectancy", which indicates the period of healthy life, was 75.38 years for females and 72.68 years for males, both of which were the longest in history.
"Avoiding the denseness" that spreads the call for decentralized worship
While community-acquired infections of the Omicron strain have been confirmed in various places, there is a growing movement at shrines and temples around the world to call for a decentralized worship of the first visit to prevent people from concentrating on the third day of the new year. In some cases, we have been accepting the first visit a little earlier from December, saying, "Because the benefits will not change at any time, please come while avoiding the crowds."
Ibaraki resident murder case Is another resident death involved? Former employee re-arrest
A former employee arrested for injecting air into the blood vessels of a resident man at an elderly facility in Koga City, Ibaraki Prefecture, was suspected of being involved in the death of another resident who died suddenly last year. I found out by interviewing the people concerned. Police are planning to re-arrest on suspicion of murder on the 29th.
"Plu-thermal power generation" Grant to newly accepted local government Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
To promote "plu-thermal power generation" in which plutonium extracted from spent nuclear fuel of nuclear power plants is reused, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry will issue a grant to newly accepted local governments where nuclear power plants are located. We have decided on a policy to establish next year.
Beware of computer virus "Emotet" reactivation emails
Information security specialists are calling attention to the year-end and New Year holidays when email exchanges are increasing, saying that the activity of "Emotet", a computer virus that has been smashed all over the world and was suppressed in January, has resumed. increase.
Yoshiko, the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Akishino, 27th birthday
Yoshiko, the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Akishino, celebrated her 27th birthday on the 29th.