Kobe City Aiming to Secure Ukrainian IT Human Resources "Convergence as soon as possible"
Amid growing tensions over the situation in Ukraine, Kobe City, which has focused on Ukraine, where the IT industry is growing rapidly, and has been aiming to secure excellent human resources, is calling for the settlement of the situation as soon as possible.
Be wary of blizzards in Hokkaido and Tohoku
Due to the rapid development of low pressure systems that move toward Hokkaido on the 21st, extremely strong winds are expected to blow from the evening of the 20th to the 21st in Hokkaido and Tohoku, so caution is required against blizzards. Even in Hokuriku and Niigata prefectures, the wind and snow are expected to intensify over the 21st, so please be aware of the latest information.
Kanagawa Yokosuka Dozens of reports such as "It smells strange" Firefighting causes investigation
On the morning of the 19th, dozens of reports such as "it smells strange" were sent to the fire department in Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
Odakyu Line resumes operation Up and down lines between Sagami-Ono Station and Sobudai-mae Station
Due to an accident resulting in injury or death, the Odakyu Line was suspended on the up and down lines between Sagami-Ono Station and Sobudai-mae Station in Kanagawa Prefecture, but resumed operation at around 7:38 am.
Odakyu Line Sagami-Ono Station to Sobudai-mae Station Up and Down Line Operation Suspension
The Odakyu Line has been suspended from driving on the up and down lines between Sagami-Ono Station and Sobudai-mae Station in Kanagawa Prefecture due to the effects of a personal injury that occurred at a railroad crossing. According to Odakyu Electric Railway, the resumption of operation is expected to be around 7:45 am.
Announcement of new guidelines for "new prenatal testing" Japanese Association of Medical Sciences Steering Committee
The Steering Committee of the Japanese Association of Medical Sciences has published new guidelines for the "new prenatal test" that analyzes the blood of pregnant women to check for chromosomal abnormalities in the fetus. By creating a collaborative system with the medical institutions that carry out the tests, pregnant women will be able to receive a sufficient support system.
Odakyu Line Sagami-Ono Station to Ebina Station Up and Down Line Operation Suspension
The Odakyu Line has been suspended from driving on the up and down lines between Sagami-Ono Station and Ebina Station in Kanagawa Prefecture due to the effects of a personal injury that occurred at a railroad crossing. According to Odakyu Electric Railway, the resumption of operation is expected to be around 7:45 am.
Rescue training for tourists to fall into the sea covered with drift ice Hokkaido Abashiri
In Abashiri City, Hokkaido, which is approaching the tourist season of drift ice, a diver of the Japan Coast Guard conducted rescue training assuming that tourists fell into the sea.
Is it a gift made from a dagger meteorite excavated from the tomb of Tut Ankamen?
An analysis of iron daggers excavated from the tomb of Tutankhamen, the king of ancient Egypt, revealed that it was likely made from meteorites and given by another country, a research group at Chiba Institute of Technology announced. However, it is a valuable achievement to know the history of ironware.
Common test fraud case Female college student "I cheated with the same technique last year"
A 19-year-old female college student who admitted to being involved in an incident in which the questions of the Common Test for University Admissions were taken during the exam and sent to the outside for fraud last month said, "I cheated in the same way last year." I found out that I was talking by interviewing the people concerned. It is suspected that an office worker in his twenties, who was sent documents for helping the fraud, was involved last year as well.
Two houses burned down Two men and women in their 70s found dead bodies or Otaru, Hokkaido
On the night of the 18th, there was a fire burning two houses in Otaru, Hokkaido, and two people were found dead. The police consider each of them to be two men and women in their 70s who live in each house, and are proceeding with confirmation of their identities and investigating the cause of the fire.