Since that time, B.C. Hydro crews have been working around the clock to install 45 new power poles and 3,300 metres of power lines.B.C. Hydro has also applied to the BC Utilities Commission to provide bill credits to customers who were evacuated due to the landslide. If the Commission approves the application, credits will be automatically applied to customers’ accounts for the electricity consumed during the period they were out of their homes. UPDATE – The lights are back on in the Old Fort. Power was restored shortly after 7 p.m. Monday.FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – B.C. Hydro will restore power to the Old Fort Monday night.B.C. Hydro expects power will be restored to residents in the Old Fort Monday evening after being out since October 6. Late last week the Peace River Regional District issued permits for Hydro to enter the area and begin restoration work.
Mumbai: Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani feels Rahul Gandhi’s image is now worse than what it was in 2014, and says he pities the Congress president when he sees him getting trolled on social media over his “immature” behaviour. In an interview to PTI, Rupani also says that after the ‘Modi wave’ in 2014, the country will for the first time this year witness the “Modi tsunami”. “I feel pity for Rahul Gandhi seeing him being trolled excessively on social media over his immature behaviour. His image is of a non-serious politician…with his winks in Parliament, antics like hugging Modiji. All this shows his immaturity. His image is now worse than it was in 2014,” he says. Rupani was in the city to campaign for BJP’s Mumbai-North East candidate Manoj Kotak, to seek support of the city’s Gujarat community for the party candidate. “In 2014, there was a Modi wave, this time around, the country will witness a Modi tsunami because in the last polls, the sentiment was that Modiji should be made the prime minister and now, after he became the PM, people believe he is the right choice,” he says. Modi has ensured that every sector sees growth, unlike the previous governments, he claims. Rupani says the country has witnessed a “trustworthy and transparent” governance after several years. “After Pulwama (terror attack), he (Modi) is known as a decisive prime minister heading a strong and stable government. People will vote only in the name of Modi,” he says. Asked if Priyanka Gandhi’s formal entry into politics will hurt the BJP, specially in Uttar Pradesh which sends the maximum number of MPs to Parliament, Rupani says the Congress may think she is the party’s ‘trump card’, but “she is limited to UP and not seen anywhere outside”. “The Congress has asked her to campaign for it to save its own existence there. (SP leader) Akhilesh (Yadav), (BSP supremo) Mayawati did not even accept the Congress. The party is nowhere in the picture in UP. They will barely be able to win one-two seats,” the chief minister claims. To another query, he says the Congress created an “anti-majority” and “anti-Hindu” feeling among the majority population by coining terms like “Hindu terror” and its refusal to abolish Article 370 of the Constitution, which provides special status to Jammu and Kashmir. “Due to all this, the absolute negativity towards the Congress in the minds of people is evident. The majority Hindu population is upset with the Congress and will not vote for it,” he says. Asked if fielding Malegaon blast accused Pragya Singh Thakur for the Lok Sabha polls was the BJP’s mistake, he says, “The Congress has tried to malign the image of Hindus with terms like ‘Hindu terror’. Sadhviji was fielded as an answer.” On Thakur’s comments against slain Maharashtra ATS chief Hemant Karkare, Rupani said she should not have said it. Thakur, who is contesting the Lok Sabha poll from Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh, recently claimed that Karkare died during the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks as she had “cursed” him for “torturing” her. To another query, Rupani says the surgical strikes and the recent air strike on terror camps in Pakistan were a victory of the armed forces, dubbing the actions as a reply to the neighbouring country over its “misadventures”. “Modiji gave the Army a free hand at the right time, while the Congress talks about taking back the armed forces. While the current government believes in zero tolerance (towards terrorism), the Congress believes in appeasement. People are seeing this difference and appreciating Modi,” he says. Asked how the BJP will fare in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, Rupani says the environment is much better than in 2014 and that the party will win the polls with a majority. “It is difficult to predict the exact figures, but the BJP and NDA will fare better than last time,” he says. On the opposition’s criticism over the BJP not giving tickets to veteran leaders L K Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi, Rupani says his party believes in “graceful retirement” after 75 years of age. “Advaniji is 92 years old now and even in his blog, he has only expressed his apprehensions for the country. He is a large-hearted man who has strengthened and made the party what it is today. He cannot be unhappy for not getting a ticket,” he says. Advani in his blog earlier this month said the essence of Indian democracy is respect for diversity and freedom of expression. “Right from its inception, the BJP has never regarded those who disagree with us politically as our ‘enemies’, but only as our adversaries,” he wrote in the blog.
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today began a distribution of food to 122,500 Somalis affected by violence while warning that piracy is hampering its operations. “We are expanding our distributions to the displaced – many of whom are women and children – with this round of distributions, which means WFP should be reaching 80 per cent of the 150,000 we plan to feed,” said Peter Goossens, the agency’s Somalia Country Director in Nairobi. “But just when we are reaching more people, incidents of piracy against ships off Somalia are again on the rise and are threatening to cut the fastest and most efficient way – by sea – to move large amounts of food assistance to the needy in Somalia during this crisis,” he said. Mr. Goossens charged that the pirates “are very cruelly playing with the lives of the most vulnerable women and children who had to leave their homes because of fighting” and appealed to the Somali authorities to act “before they cause more misery both to the crews of hijacked ships and to the people who rely on WFP food for their survival.” The recent distribution follows aid deliveries in late April and early May to 114,000 displaced people and returnees. The United Nations estimates that between 300,000 and 400,000 people fled Mogadishu since 1 February. Somalia has recently experienced its worst fighting in 16 years between the Transitional Federal Government (TFG), backed by Ethiopian forces, and anti-TFG factions. 18 May 2007The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today began a distribution of food to 122,500 Somalis affected by violence while warning that piracy is hampering its operations.
25 June 2007Afghanistan continues to monopolize the global industry in illegal opium and is increasingly capable on its own territory of processing the poppy into heroin and morphine, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) warned today. The more sophisticated drug production means there is also greater risk now that Afghans will become heroin or opium addicts, UNODC representative in Afghanistan Christina Gynna Oguz told reporters at a briefing in the capital, Kabul. A day before the release of UNODC’s annual report on the narcotics situation around the world, Ms. Oguz detailed some of the findings about Afghanistan, which last year produced about 6,000 tons of opium poppy – or 92 per cent of the world total. She said opium cultivation is concentrated in the south of the country, with just one province – Helmand – accounting for 42 per cent of all the illicit production in the world. Many of the provinces with the highest levels of production also have the worst security problems. “There are close links between criminal networks that deal in drugs and the insurgents,” Ms. Oguz said. “Together they provide both the money and the environment for instability in this country.” Most of Afghanistan’s opium is trafficked out of the country and then processed into heroin and morphine, but Ms. Oguz said that more and more of that production is taking place within the country. “This indicates a sophistication that we did not have before and also that there is large illegal import of chemicals that are needed for the manufacturing of morphine and heroin.” She added that the increased heroin production inside Afghanistan means there is a rising risk of heroin abuse. At least 50,000 people are already addicted, and the numbers are rising in part because of returning refugees who used heroin elsewhere, mainly in Iran. The problem is not confined to heroin, Ms. Oguz stressed. About 150,000 people, mostly in rural areas, are addicted to opium, using it as a pain reliever or medicine because of the country’s poor health-care system. But Ms. Oguz added that the country is gaining some ground in the fight against illegal drugs. Cultivation has decreased in the central and northern provinces, where the security situation is also more stable. “This represents a window of opportunity for the Government in particular, but also the international community, to do something about the drug problem. It is possible to have success in areas where security is better and where there is good governance.”
An 8-year-old boy and his 6-year-old brother have been returned to their parents after going on a Tim Hortons run in a pickup truck. The Ontario Provincial Police say the boys took the truck from their home in Jarvis, Ont. and drove to get some breakfast.The 8-year-old driver lost control of the vehicle in the drive-thru area, hopped the curb and drove into a field where they became stuck. An employee went to check on the occupants and found the boys sitting in the vehicle. Police say the children were not hurt and there was no damage to the pickup truck. They were turned over to their parent by police at the scene. No charges will be laid.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK, N.Y. – Standard & Poor’s says the United Kingdom will keep its top “AAA” credit grade.The rating agency late Friday affirmed its “AAA” long-term rating for the country, the same day as the Olympics got under way in London.The U.K. economy slipped into a recession earlier this year, putting pressure on Prime Minister David Cameron and his government’s efforts to cut spending and balance budgets. S&P said it expects the economy to recover in the second half of this year and that the government will keep budgets tight.Last week, the International Monetary Fund said Cameron’s government may have to ease up on budget cutting if the economy continues to struggle.S&P said it expects the Bank of England to keep interest rates low to help the economy. by News Staff Posted Jul 27, 2012 6:57 pm MDT Rating agency Standard & Poor’s says the UK remains ‘AAA;’ economy should recover in 2012
According to a news release, Mrs. Bangura was on a four-day visit to Guinea where she met with senior Government officials, UN agencies and civil society groups. The Special Representative’s office is providing technical and logistical support to a Panel of Judges investigating the incidents of 28 September 2009, where at the national stadium almost 156 people were killed and 109 women were raped and subjected to other forms of sexual crimes during an opposition demonstration. According to the release, 16 people have been indicted so far in connection with the case, including former Head of State- Moussa Dadis Camara and several high ranking military officers. Speaking earlier this year regarding the indictments Mrs. Bangura said, “I commend the national authorities for exercising ownership, leadership and responsibility over this process which seeks to bring justice to victims of crimes committed during the horrific events which took place Conakry in broad daylight.”
In fragile contexts, lacking safe water and sanitation further restricts the right to health; shutting down hospitals, increasing exposure to preventable diseases, and exacerbates existing conflicts.Data published by UNICEF in March revealed that scarce clean water supply could be as deadly as bullets, where children under the age of 15 are nearly three times more likely to die from diseases linked to poor sanitation conditions than from violence.Fragility and armed conflict have increased worldwide over the last decade, the report notes, displacing millions of people globally and straining host communities that must deliver basic services, including water and sanitation to growing populations.Water is at risk of becoming a “threat multiplier” for war-torn countries from Africa’s Sahel region, to the Middle East., with climate change impacts compounding the effects of a growing water crisis and indirectly accelerating hunger and health crises for entire populations.Peacebuilding through ‘WASH’Turning to implementable solutions under way in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Lebanon, Nigeria, Somalia, the Occupied Palestinian Territory, Yemen and beyond, the report aims to replicate and scale up these efforts into a framework for ensuring resilient water and sanitation services for children globally. In South Sudan, a result of improved sanitation education has aided households in addressing malnutrition and reducing incidents of gender-based violence, while a joint effort by Tripoli and Lebanon to close water service gaps paved the way for social cohesion between the previously divided groups.In tandem with the Water Under Fire Campaign launched on 22 March, the report seeks to ensure the rights to water and sanitation for all, while moving toward sustainable development and peace.Nearing 30 years since the adoption the UN child rights treaty, the Convention on the Rights of the Child, Ms. Naylor stressed, “there has never been a more urgent time to safeguard the right to water and sanitation for every child.” In the first volume of a new report, Water under Fire, the agency outlines how water, sanitation and hygiene services can be planned, financed and executed to safeguard healthy livelihoods for children in fragile and conflict-affected areas.From Cox’s Bazar to Ukraine to Yemen and similar places of extreme vulnerability, as seen, “the situation is dire for children,” UNICEF Associate Director for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Kelly Ann Naylor said, acknowledging that conflict-related crises are increasing in frequency, are more prolonged, and maiming the lives of more people.“Humanitarian assistance alone will not resolve these issues, but through cross-sector partnerships we can build sustainable and resilient water, sanitation and hygiene services that can create a more stable and peaceful future for children and their families.”Deadly as bulletsIn conflicts, unsafe water can be just as deadly as bullets. Children living in conflict are three times more likely to die from water related diseases than violence. 💧#ChildrenUnderAttack#WorldWaterWeek pic.twitter.com/w5e9ormaQu— UNICEF (@UNICEF) August 26, 2019
Rio Tinto is streamlining its aluminium product group following a strategic review. Thirteen assets will be divested at an appropriate point in the future, and some of these will be managed separately in the meantime. The move will allow Rio Tinto Alcan to concentrate on its strategy to grow the value of its high quality, tier one assets and improve the product group’s financial performance. Rio Tinto’s interests in six Australian and New Zealand assets will transfer into a new business unit, to be called Pacific Aluminium, and be managed and reported separately from the Rio Tinto Alcan product group prior to divestment. These are:Australia: Gove bauxite mine and alumina refinery, Boyne Smelters and the associated Gladstone Power Station, the Tomago smelter and the Bell Bay smelterNew Zealand: New Zealand Aluminium Smelters.A second group of seven non-core assets will continue to be managed by Rio Tinto Alcan while it further investigates divestment options. These assets include:France and Germany:Three Specialty Alumina plants and the Gardanne refineryUSA: Sebree smelter UK: Lynemouth smelter and associated power station, for which potential options include closure.Rio Tinto chief executive Tom Albanese said “The assets identified for divestment are sound businesses that are well-managed with productive workforces. But they are no longer aligned with our strategy and we believe they have a bright future under new ownership. The strength of our balance sheet means that we can choose the most opportune method and timing to divest these assets, which may not occur until the economic climate improves. In the meantime, we will continue to run these operations safely and efficiently.“This move is a further significant step towards achieving our performance targets in the Aluminium product group. We have already made good progress, with plans in place to generate sustainable performance improvement, and we are investing at a number of our core assets.”Rio Tinto Alcan chief executive Jacynthe Cote said “We are already well on our way to building a truly outstanding aluminium business. Streamlining the product group allows Rio Tinto Alcan to concentrate its efforts even more on driving performance improvements and investing in growth to increase shareholder value.”Rio Tinto has begun consultations with affected stakeholders and will engage with the relevant governments and regulators. The relevant Rio Tinto business units will engage with their workforces during the process.The CEO of Pacific Aluminium will be Sandeep Biswas. He will report to Rio Tinto Business Support & Operations Group Executive Bret Clayton.
“My Lady, he’s not fine but he’s not going to be fine,” Pistorius’s defense lawyer, Barry Roux, told Judge Thokozile Masipa, as his client became sick. “He’s having some difficulty. He’s very emotional but it’s not going to change.” Want some more longreads? Then check out Sitdown Sunday> 2. James Bond and WWIBenjamin Welton looks at how the first World War profoundly changed literature, leading to the emergence of the classic British spy novel, an enduring genre.(The Atlantic, approx 8 minutes reading time, 1789 words)During the first two decades of the 20th century, a feeling of dread was pervasive in British culture: The British army’s initially shoddy performance during the Second Boer War (which lasted from 1899 to 1902) invited a whole host of theories as to why the British fighting man had so much difficulty in subduing South African irregular troops. 3. Love and controlShakira recently revealed that her boyfriend has banned her from appearing in music videos with male co-stars. Lisa McInerney looks at what sort of message this sends out.(TheJournal.ie, approx 4 minutes reading time, 991 words)The possessive partner is one of those tropes that’s used for romantic effect in bodice-rippers and problematic codswallop written by Stephenie Meyer and E.L. James, but it’s not an archetype to aspire to in reality. Search for “possessive partner” on Google and you don’t get directions for BDSM play and Interflora numbers; you get article after article on how to deal with a domineering loved one. IT’S MIDWAY THROUGH the week and you want to get up to speed on the latest news topics and catch up on opinions and insights.We’re here to help you do just that, with our three midweek longreads:1. Oscar Pistorius on trialAmy Davidson looks at how Oscar Pistorius’s murder trial has gone so far – the tears, the vomiting, the gun stories, the drama, the tragic details of Reeva Steenkamp’s untimely death.(New Yorker, approx 6 minutes reading time, 1238 words)
L’UFC-Que Choisir veut supprimer le monopole des pharmaciesL’association de consommateurs UFC-Que Choisir a décidé de s’attaquer au monopole des pharmacies. Elle propose ainsi que les médicaments sans ordonnance soient aussi vendus dans les parapharmacies et grandes surfaces, sous le contrôle tout de même d’un pharmacien diplômé.Faut-il continuer à vendre les médicaments sans ordonnance uniquement en pharmacie ? C’est la question qu’a décidé de soulever l’association de consommateurs UFC-Que Choisir suite à une enquête qu’elle a récemment menée auprès de 648 pharmacies. Une étude qui a selon elle, confirmée “les maux déjà diagnostiqués” lors d’une précédente enquête en 2009 : “un conseil grippé, une opacité des prix et une inquiétante fièvre tarifaire”. Autant de constatations qui lui font aujourd’hui proposer une véritable “réforme de l’automédication”. En effet, l’automédication, c’est à dire l’ensemble des médicaments vendus sans ordonnance, représente, selon l’UFC-Que Choisir, “un tiers des dépenses de médicaments des consommateurs”. Or, les pharmacies sont aujourd’hui libre de fixer les prix de ces médicaments. L’enquête a ainsi montré un écart de 1 à 4 (de 1,30 euro à 4,95) sur le prix de l’aspirine UPSA Vitaminée (médicament non remboursable, dont le prix est libre) achetée dans 547 officines. “On n’a jamais vu de tels écarts dans d’autres secteurs de la consommation”, a commenté Alain Bazot, président de l’UFC. Ce genre de constatation alimente d’ailleurs depuis plusieurs années les revendications de la grande distribution, notamment de Leclerc qui souhaite vendre des médicaments moins cher.Un manque de conseilMais ce n’est pas la seule “faille” que l’UFC-Que Choisir dénonce. “Cette enquête met en lumière une défaillance majeure de la part des pharmaciens sur leur obligation de conseil”, a estimé Alain Bazot, président de l’UFC. Au cours de l’enquête, l’association a en effet constaté que les pharmaciens ne prodiguaient pas toujours les conseils nécessaires. Par exemple, dans une situation d’achat en automédication de deux médicaments incompatibles (Aspirine UPSA Vitamine C et Rhinureflex, médicament contenant de l’ibuprofène), “seul un pharmacien sur deux” a indiqué spontanément l’interaction entre les deux médicaments. “Cette défaillance ramène les pharmaciens à des commerçants comme les autres”, a commenté M. Bazot.À lire aussiAntihistaminique : qu’est-ce que c’est ? A quoi ça sert ?Des constatations auxquelles Isabelle Adenot, la président du Conseil national de l’Ordre des Pharmaciens a réagi en expliquant : “on ne peut pas laisser dire que tous les pharmaciens font mal leur travail”, mais cette conclusion “alerte” la profession. “On ne peut que déplorer les chiffres qui sont donnés par cette enquête”, a-t-elle également ajouté s’interrogeant cependant sur la méthodologie employée. “Nous travaillons, à l’Ordre, à améliorer les choses. Il faut sans arrêt amener les confrères vers plus de qualité, plus de sécurité”, a t-elle encore assuré. Dans ce but, la profession sera bientôt soumise à une obligation annuelle de “développement professionnel continu” contrôlé par l’Ordre.Des contre-indications à inscrire sur les boîtes Pour l’UFC-Que Choisir, l’enjeu d’une telle réforme serait donc double, à la fois financière et sanitaire. L’association a ainsi évalué que la libéralisation de la distribution des médicaments vendus sans ordonnance engendrerait une économie de 11,4% à 16,3% pour les consommateurs. Néanmoins, cette réforme exigerait tout de même le maintien de certaines garanties. Il faut “garantir les mêmes modalités de contrôle qu’une pharmacie d’officine”, insiste l’UFC qui suggère aussi de renforcer l’information des consommateurs sur des médicaments qui ne font pas l’objet d’un conseil préalable du médecin.Sur ce point, elle demande donc que les principales contre-indications et interactions à éviter figurent dans un encadré, directement sur la boîte de ces médicaments. Elle propose aussi l’interdiction de toute publicité grand public, en dehors des lieux de vente, pour les médicaments accessibles sans ordonnance. Si certaines de ces revendications ont été reconnues par le Conseil national de l’Ordre des Pharmaciens, sa présidente a sans surprise déclaré qu’ils étaient “franchement opposés au fait de mettre les médicaments dans d’autres circuits”. Le 28 mars 2012 à 18:10 • Maxime Lambert
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Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a Siemens Go.Top Dedicated Cardiac Scanner This is a quick walk around of the new Siemens Somatom Go.top cardiovascular edition compact computed tomography (CT) read more September 7, 2012 — The American Medical Association (AMA) recently sent letters to Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland and Rep. Pete Olson of Texas supporting passage of the Diagnostic Imaging Services Access Protection Act (H.R. 3269/S. 2347). This legislation would block the 25 percent multiple procedure payment reduction (MPPR) to the professional component (PC) of advanced diagnostic imaging services.“These letters are the result of the AMA House of Delegates strongly endorsing the American College of Radiology (ACR) legislation against the implementation of the MPPR. The support of the AMA reflects concern throughout organized medicine as to how the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) continues to make flawed physician payment policies based on little supportable data, minimal transparency and often times a basic lack of understanding as to how radiology is practiced in this country,” said Paul H. Ellenbogen, M.D., FACR, chair of the ACR board of chancellors.The combination of grassroots advocacy from individual radiologists and direct lobbying by the ACR Government Relations office has, to date, yielded 268 bipartisan cosponsors in the House and 17 in the Senate — including Sens. John Kerry, Ron Wyden and Richard Burr, who serve on the Senate Finance Committee, which has direct jurisdiction of S. 2347.ACR will continue to rely upon the collective strength of its membership to continue this increase in legislative support. All members are encouraged to log onto the advocacy section of acr.org to access the most recent radiology “call-to-action.” After clicking on the “Take Action Now” link found on the right side of the Web page, members can follow the instructions to immediately e-mail both of their senators in support of S. 2347, the Diagnostic Imaging Services Access Protection Act.For more information: www.acr.org, www.radiologyinfo.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | September 07, 2012 AMA Contacts Sen. Cardin and Rep. 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GFI Moves to Dismiss DOJ Fair Lending Suit Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Lenders & Servicers Processing Service Providers 2012-06-04 Tory Barringer June 4, 2012 455 Views Share in Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing “”GFI Mortgage Bankers””:http://gfimortgage.com/ filed a motion Friday to dismiss a suit from the “”Justice Department””:http://www.justice.gov/ that alleged discrimination in GFI’s lending practices.[IMAGE]GFI’s motion asserts that the disparate impact discrimination statutes cited by the Justice Department in its suit-the Fair Housing Act (FHA) and the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA)-do not contain language that permits anti-discrimination claims. The company also argues that the practice of allowing employees discretion when pricing loans is standard policy and widely accepted in the industry.The federal suit, filed in April, alleges that GFI has violated fair lending laws by charging African-American and Hispanic [COLUMN_BREAK]borrowers higher interest rates and fees on home mortgage loans because of race or national origin. In an April statement, the Justice Department alleged that white borrowers in similar credit situations paid thousands of dollars less.Furthermore, the release alleged that GFI loan officers received a percentage of the profits generated on each loan, creating incentive for employees to charge fees in a way that was unrelated to credit risk or loan characteristics. GFI also neglected to train or supervise its loan officers to ensure that loan pricing was fair, the agency said.””Charging people more for home loans simply because of their race or national origin – as we have alleged in our complaint against GFI – is illegal. The Justice Department will act aggressively to ensure that all people have equal access to credit and a level playing field,”” said Thomas E. Perez, assistant attorney general for the Justice Department’s civil rights division. “”For that reason, vigorous enforcement of fair lending laws remains a top priority.””GFI defended its practices, saying the lawsuit is unmerited and potentially sets a dangerous precedent. “”This lawsuit advances very aggressive and untested enforcement theories,”” said Andrew L. Sandler, lead defense counsel for GFI. “”We look forward to the opportunity to challenge the Justice Department’s flawed legal theories and factual allegations in a courtroom, rather than continuing to see the agency’s advance these theories on an uncontested basis solely through settlements and press releases,”” he added.
Dear Skyscanner,I’d really like to get a away for a long weekend city break this winter; where are the best cities to go during December, January and February?Mike, Leeds RelatedWhy winter is when Barcelona is at its bestWinter is one of the most beautiful seasons in Barcelona. It is when the people of the Catalan capital reclaim their city. Moving away from big crowds of tourists and with much less noise, it is a time of relaxation, great weather, family moments and good food.Where to go on holiday in DecemberFancy Christmas abroad this year? Here’s our guide to where’s hot in December when you need a winter escape: the best cities, the greatest events, the sunniest beaches – and the best time to book a cheap deal.11 of the best Christmas market city breaks for under £80There’s nothing like a Christmas market to nurture that festive feeling. And the following cities aren’t just famous for their fantastic festive-themed extravaganzas; travel to any one of these gems and you’ll have plenty of Christmas cash left over, because it’s possible to get to every single one for under… Dear Mike,You’re right to think about a city break over the winter – most people plan their city breaks for the shoulder seasons, but by going in the winter you should get good deals, empty museums and tables at the best restaurants in town.I’d advise avoiding December, when you’ll meet Christmas shoppers and visitors travelling to spend Christmas with friends and family, and go for either late November, or better still January and February, when hotels are quietest (bar the Valentine weekends).Bruges, BelgiumStarting in Belgium, Bruges is a great winter city – and apart from its brief fame following the release of the eponymous film, it’s little known to many of us. There are a host of Christmas-related events that continue into January, including the Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival, which runs to January 16, and even the ice rink in Market Square is there until January 9.The city is one of the best preserved medieval cities in Europe and has a network of canals running through it, with the houses plunging into the water on both sides.Visitors to Bruges tend to start in the Grand Place, whose Belfry tower will be familiar to those who watched the film. The Gothic architecture, churches and town hall will have you reaching for the camera, but if it’s too cold to ogle the building (average temperatures are around 5C in January), there are a few interesting museums, including the Diamond Museum and the Memling Museum for art housed in a former hospital chapel.You’re sure to enjoy the two Belgian obsessions – beer and chocolate – at some point in your stay, but avoid indulging in these, or any meal for that matter, in the touristy restaurants near the Grand Place because they tend to be overpriced. Instead ask at your hotel for a recommendation for somewhere that offers good value and is popular with locals – or better still – ask a local!My recommendation on where to stay is a gorgeous guesthouse called Number 11. It is a restored 17th Century townhouse and has just three bedrooms, plus a wood burning stove that you can gather round at the end of the day. It costs around £270 for two nights over a weekend in January and there’s a two-night minimum stay.Salzburg, AustriaAustria’s winter visitors mostly comprise skiers, but they’re missing a trick by not spending time in Salzburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city’s Altstadt district, or old town, on the south side of the Salzach River is a showcase of fine Baroque architecture and you can spend a day wandering between its squares, churches and cafes. The city makes much of its most famous export, Mozart, so it’d be a shame not to learn more about the maestro at the museum and at his former residence.Better still, time your visit to coincide with Mozart Week (January 21-30) and you can indulge in performances of his work by some of the world’s finest orchestras and conductors.If you do fancy a day on the slopes, there are shuttle buses from the town centre that will take you to the piste in about an hour for around £10 return.One Salzburg hotel that comes highly recommended by my fellow travel journalists is Blaue Gans Hotel which is an old inn that has been converted into a contemporary hotel. It costs from around £110 a night and is right in the centre of the old town. The restaurant has had some good reviews for its modern take on traditional Austrian dishes, like goose dumplings and calf’s cheek with polenta. Reykjavik, IcelandIceland has hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons over the last couple of years, but consequently, has come down a bit in price. Reykjavik is an exciting winter city where short days mean you should organise to spend at least some of your time indoors, enjoying the stunning food, nightlife and museums.The Smaratorg Tower has 20 floors, and the advantage of hosting some restaurants, cafes and shops all in one building, plus great views of the city. If you’re happy to brave the cold, you’ll be rewarded with all sorts of fascinating finds at the Kolaporti Flea Market , plus a chance to taste some zany Icelandic food like “hákarl”, a snack made from shark that’s been fermented in brine and buried underground, or the more palatable “plokkfiskur”, a hearty fish stew.There are also countless day trips to do from the city, including the famous Blue Lagoon, although if you want somewhere a little less touristy, the Golden Circle Tour takes you a little further from the city centre and can be done in a day on a group tour or with your own hire car. It takes in Geysir, the name from which all geysers take their name, where you can walk among the spouting thermals.There’s also Gullfoss, or Golden Falls, a vast waterfall, and glacial river, and Thingvellir, a place of Icelandic legend and a natural amphitheater in a National Park. Of course, the weather may put paid to your day trip, but never fear, there’s plenty to do in the city centre – art, cuisine and music, being some of the highlights.I’d advise staying somewhere modern and fun as it sums up the spirit of the place. If you want a great value hotel that is in a central spot, try the CenterHotel Thingholt, which costs from £70 per night and is close to the Laugavegur, the main street. It’s clean and simple, and there are wonderful views from the restaurant.The great thing about winter city breaks is you have no expectations for the weather – you know it’s going to be cold, and possibly wet, so you’ll never be disappointed when the sun doesn’t shine. Just go prepared with good walking shoes, an umbrella, waterproofs, plenty of layers, and an armoury of things to do, with plenty of hot drink stops along the way.Answer by Ginny Light – TimesOnline travel editorGot a travel question? 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