zoomImage Courtesy: Euronav Belgium’s tanker shipping company Euronav has sold its Suezmax vessel Felicity to an undisclosed supplier and operator of offshore floating platforms.As informed, the 157,667 dwt vessel has been delivered to its new owners and will be converted into an FPSO.“Once again Euronav has demonstrated a capability to generate value for our stakeholders as part of our approach on fleet renewal. This is the eighth vessel we have successfully introduced into an offshore project,” Paddy Rodgers, CEO of Euronav, said.Euronav said it will record a capital loss on the sale of approximately USD 3 million in Q4 2018. The company expects to generate the cash of USD 21.1 million on this transaction, after repayment of debt.Built at Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard in South Korea in 2009, the ship has a market value of USD 31.83 million, according to data provided by VesselsValue.Euronav’s owned and operated fleet currently comprises two ULCCs, 43 VLCCs, 25 Suezmaxes, one LR1 and two FSO vessels (both owned in 50%-50% joint venture).
Nova Scotia has become the first province in Canada to establishrules that set out the responsibilities and qualifications ofcommercial interior designers. Premier John Hamm and interior design industry representativesmarked the proclamation of the Interior Designers Act today, Oct.20, at Province House. The act gives legal recognition to the profession of interiordesign and establishes competency levels of education andexperience for interior designers. By providing a cleardefinition of the practice of interior design, the act will helpconsumers differentiate the responsibilities of interiordesigners from services provided by other design professionals. “The act is a good example of how this government is promoting ahealthier business climate for this province in a manner thatdoes not increase red tape,” said Premier John Hamm. “The act, enabling the practice of interior design in thisprovince, is the first of its kind in Canada,” said KaraMacGregor, spokesperson for interior designers in Nova Scotia.”It establishes Nova Scotia as a leader in this growingprofession.” The Interior Designers Act establishes professional standards forinterior designers as well as dispute resolution and appealprocesses. Under the legislation, commercial designers must register withthe Interior Designers Association and carry liability insurance.Membership classes will be established for designers, interns,instructors and those in related fields, along with correspondingprofessional accreditation standards. The legislation was developed in association with the Associationof Professional Engineers of Nova Scotia and the Nova ScotiaAssociation of Architects. Engineers and architects are notaffected by the legislation. The legislation also does not applyto individuals providing design services to residentialcustomers. The act improves on and replaces the Interior DesignersAssociation Act, which was passed in 1990. Under the old act,membership requirements were limited; there was no provisions fordispute resolution or disciplinary measures for professionalmisconduct.
OTTAWA — The federal government will release a fall economic update later today that will seek to close the loop on some of its outstanding mandate commitments, leaving the door open for the Liberals to use next year’s budget as their 2019 election platform.The document will also include Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s long-awaited plan to help Canada compete for investment dollars, which many warn has become increasingly difficult following major tax and regulatory changes in the United States.Morneau has faced pressure to lower Canada’s corporate rate — but the government has signalled it will focus on targeted measures to accelerate investment rather than across-the-board tax cuts.A government official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, says Ottawa’s competitiveness blueprint will be fiscally responsible and designed to entice companies to choose Canada over the U.S. when it comes to investments.The official says the fall statement will also show that Canada’s annual projections for the federal deficit and the debt burden will continue to slide downward on trajectories similar to those outlined in the 2018 budget.The Liberals have faced regular criticism from the Opposition Conservatives for abandoning their 2015 vow to run only modest annual shortfalls of no more than $10 billion and to eliminate the deficit by 2019.Morneau’s budget last February predicted an $18.1-billion shortfall for this fiscal year — a number expected to gradually shrink to $12.3 billion in 2022-23, including annual $3-billion cushions to offset risks.The Liberals have no timetable to eliminate the deficits even though the economy is running close to full strength, which has raised concerns among some economists.The Canadian Press
Beijing: China said on Tuesday that the vexed issue of designating Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist by the UN will be “properly resolved” but it did not give any timeline, days after Chinese President Xi Jinping met Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan here. China put a technical hold in March on a fresh proposal to impose a ban on the head of Pakistan-based JeM which claimed responsibility for the deadly Pulwama terror attack. It was for the fourth time, China blocked Azhar’s listing as a global terrorist by the UN. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss account details under automatic exchange framework “I can only say that I believe that this will be properly resolved,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told a media briefing here. He was responding to questions on the media reports that China has reportedly consented to lift its technical hold on a fresh proposal moved by France, the UK and the US to list Azhar under the 1267 Al Qaeda Sanctions Committee of the UN Security Council. The US, the UK and France this time stepped up pressure on Beijing by taking the issue directly to the powerful UN Security Council (UNSC). Also Read – Trio win Nobel Medicine Prize for work on cells, oxygen Though China can exercise its veto power as a permanent member of the UNSC, Beijing has staunchly opposed the issue to be taken to the apex UN body as it has to publically explain its stand on its reservations to list Azhar, whose group JeM has already been designated as terror outfit by UN, before exercising its veto. China has accused the US of scuttling progress to resolve the issue by taking it to the UNSC and insisted that it should be resolved at the 1267 Committee whose proceedings are not publicised. “Regarding the listing issue in the 1267 Committee, we have expressed our position many times and I just want to stress two points,” Geng said answering a number of questions on Azhar’s issue. “First, we support the listing issue being settled within the 1267 committee through dialogue and consultation and I believe this is the consensus of most members. Second, the relevant consultations are going on within the committee and has achieved some progress. Third, I believe, with the joint efforts of all parties, this issue can be properly resolved,” he said. On reports that China would lift its technical hold on May 1, he said, “on the listing issue, China is still working with the relevant parties and we are in contact with all relevant parties within the 1267 Committee and I believe with the joint efforts of all parties, this will be properly resolved.” Asked about the recent visit of Indian Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale to Beijing during which he held talks with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi as well as New Delhi shared the technical evidence of JeM’s involvement in the Pulwama terror attack, Geng reiterated that China is still working with the relevant parties. “I believe with the joint efforts of all parties, this will be properly resolved,” he said. The efforts to resolve Azhar’s listing issue gathered momentum last week with the visit of Imran Khan to Beijing to attend China’s 2nd Belt and Road Forum (BRF) which was held here from April 25-27. During the visit, Khan held talks with Xi, besides meeting Premier Li Keqiang and Vice President Wang Qishan during which India-Pakistan tension following the Pulwama terror attack as well as listing of Azhar reportedly figured. An official statement of China issued after Xi-Khan meeting on Sunday said the Chinese President had expressed hope that Pakistan and India can meet each other halfway and improve their relations. Both leaders also exchanged views on the situation in South Asia. Asked about the outcome of Khan’s visit and his talks with the Chinese leaders, Geng said, “I would like to stress that Pakistan is China’s ‘All Weather Strategic Cooperative Partner’.” Both the countries are “Iron Brothers”, he said, adding that “we firmly support each other on the issues concerning our core interests. Pakistan is always one of China’s diplomatic priorities”. “No matter how the international and regional situation may evolve, we firmly support Pakistan in safeguarding its sovereignty and dignity, independently choosing its development path based on its own conditions, securing a sound external environment and playing a constructive role in international and regional affairs,” he said. “We commend the Pakistani government’s and people’s efforts in fighting terrorism and extremism and their great endeavours and sacrifices to this end,” he said, lauding Pakistan’s counter terrorism efforts. “We call on the international community to fairly and justly see Pakistan’s endeavours and contributions in counter terrorism and step up dialogue and cooperation with the country,” he said. China and Pakistan will continue to deepen their high level exchanges and support each other and step up strategic coordination, “make more coordinated efforts in international and regional affairs and deepen our all weather strategic cooperation,” he added.
Literally translating into the ‘abode of clouds’, Meghalaya boasts of charming scenery and serenity. Aside misty hills, valleys, sparkling lakes and rivers, this heavenly state of India is also endowed with numerous gorgeous waterfalls. From creating sacred forests and building bridges of living roots to garnering beliefs in forest spirits and stone monoliths along with boasting of some of the cleanest villages in Asia, people of Meghalaya share a fascinating relationship with nature. Also Read – Oman – Beauty with an addressAs a child, I was always fascinated by the beauty of Shillong and Cherrapunji. The hills, clean and bountiful rivers, lakes, virgin forests (known as sacred groves here) and waterfalls, few of which could be seen even from our small home, are some of my fondest memories. My native place, Shillong, never went out of my memory even after more than three decades of living in Delhi. The reasons were obvious – its charm and unending beauty. I happily packed for a trip to Shillong when my husband offered me to accompany him on a business trip. The promise was to take him around some unexplored places of Shillong and Cherrapunji. We took an early morning flight from Delhi to Guwahati and proceeded to Shillong by car, which took us around 2.5 hrs. Also Read – CANADA: A traveller’s delightVisiting Shillong after a gap of three years, I noticed that the roads have widened to four lanes, shortening the journey by an hour with enhanced driving comfort. Our first stop was a viewpoint from where we could see Barapani or Umiam Lake, nestling among pine trees. After capturing a few shots and savouring the sweetest slices of pineapples, we proceeded further. The road from here onwards winds through picturesque pine hills, a treat to the eye. We reached our hotel around noon and after a quick lunch, we set out for sightseeing before dusk set in at around 5 pm. Our first destination was Wards Lake situated at the foot of pinewood hill. The highlights of the lake are the hundreds of fish below its iconic wooden bridge. We threw popcorn and, soon, innumerable fish came to gobble them. We then proceeded for Lady Hydari Park, a well laid-out park with vivid varieties of flowers and orchids. The weeping willow swaying lazily in the breeze adds to the serenity of the park. In the evening, we enjoyed a glimpse of traditional Meghalaya dances. There are three primary forms of dances performed in the state by three respective tribes, Khasi, Garo and Jaintia. The Khasi dancers performed a Thanksgiving Dance, Shad Suk Minsiem. While the girls wore traditional silk dhara (a yellow silk festive dress) and gold and red beads jewellery, the men were in traditional shirts, jackets and dhotis. Chad Sukra or sowing festival dance of the Jaintia tribe was also performed. The Wangle dance of the Garo tribe to the rhythm of long tribal drums induced us to sway to the beat. Next morning, after an early breakfast, we started our journey to Cherrapunji known as ‘Sohra’ by the locals. We stopped at the Shillong peak and enjoyed a panoramic view of the city below. From Shillong peak, we headed straight to Cherrapunji. On the way, we reached a dense forest where our guide Gregory Warjari informed that we were heading for a three-tier fall recently discovered by locals. The walk to the falls was tough. There are spots where one has to go down at a 900 angle. Makeshift bamboo ladders are used to tackle the steep trek. The gruelling journey was forgotten once we confronted the majestic three-tier Weisawdeng falls. Nestled in the thick of green vegetation were three pools of emerald water. We spent some time wading our feet, trying to imbibe the jungle sounds and gargling water. After the arduous trek followed by lunch, we left for the Mawsmai caves. These are wonderful lime caves with mesmerising stalactite and stalagmite formations. These caves are well-lit and it is quite adventurous to walk, crawl and slide through the caves. After this, we drove a few kilometres through rugged rocky landscape to reach the Nohkalikai Falls. The falls has a height of 1,115 ft. But as it is rain-fed, there was less water during March. The small shops lined along the viewpoint of the falls had an array of local products like cinnamon, bay leaves and berries. It was amusing to note that these small shops, like other roadside tea shops and eateries, are ‘manned’ by ladies. Being a matriarchal society, women occupy a very respectable place in Meghalaya’s social structure. As dusk set in, the clouds descended and it started drizzling. In the evening, we enjoyed music around a bonfire. The next morning, we were awoken at 5 am by bright sunlight pouring through the wide windows of our room. After a quick breakfast, we set on our way to Dawki, a three-hour journey towards the Indo-Bangladesh border. The vegetation had by now changed from pine to more tropical as we were heading towards the warmer areas of Meghalaya. We decided to go a little further from Dawki to Shnongpdeng. The water of River Umngot is so clear at this point that the bedrocks are visible as are the fish swimming through the rocks. Going by its name, once again, the bright sunny day quickly became cloudy and it began pouring. But the rain receded by the time we reached the famous Living Root bridge. It was again quite a trek to reach the root bridge. But it was worth every bit. What an amazing example of coexistence of man and nature! Ancestors of this land faced tremendous problem crossing the river during monsoons when water gushed down in great speed. The bamboo bridges they constructed were either washed away or decayed. So, they came up with this idea of living root bridge. They planted rubber trees on either side of the river and then laid a bamboo bridge across the water. To this bridge, they entwined the roots of the rubber tree. With passing time, when the bamboos decayed, the roots had already grown and replaced the bamboos and formed a bridge. These bridges are still widely used in the interiors of Meghalaya. Our final stop was Mawlyngong, the cleanest village in Asia. This hamlet located in the East Khasi Hills is referred to as ‘God’s own garden’. The entire village replicates a garden, with flowers of the most exotic varieties blossoming all around. Every nook and corner has a traditional dustbin made of bamboo hanging from a tree or a post. Positively, with more inflow of tourists to this village, the income of villagers is increasing. But, as a result, the simple humble abodes are being gradually replaced by concrete houses. Wide roads are replacing narrow lanes. With modernisation, the essence and the old charm of the village is fast disappearing. For us Delhiites, this trip was very refreshing. It was a visit to a place so different in culture, language, food and dress. Yet, we did not feel as if we are in another world. That’s the beauty of unity in diversity of India.
“The security situation remains fragile – and demands urgent actions,” Mr. Ban said as he briefed the Council. Referred to as the Intervention Brigade, the proposed force will have the ability to conduct, with or without the Congolese national army, offensive operations against all armed groups that threaten peace in the eastern part of DRC – a region that is prone to cycles of violence and consequent humanitarian suffering. It will be established within the UN Organization Stabilization Mission in DRC (MONUSCO) for an initial period of one year, as proposed by the Secretary-General in a special report submitted to the Council on the DRC and the Great Lakes region. “This enforcement capacity, which was initially called for by the regional actors, seeks to address the imminent threats to stability and will provide the most appropriate response to the active conflict environment in which MONUSCO has been operating for several years,” Mr. Ban told the Council. “The Intervention Brigade will be tasked with containing the expansion of both Congolese and foreign armed groups, neutralising these groups, and disarming them. This will provide much needed capacity to our peacekeeping operation.”The establishment of the brigade is designed to further support the political objectives of the Peace, Security and Cooperation Framework for the DRC and the region – the peace deal signed last month in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The UN will serve as a guarantor of the agreement, together with the African Union, the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the International Conference on the Great Lakes region (ICGLR). “All of us understand that signing the Framework is a beginning, not an end,” said Mr. Ban, who will soon appoint a special envoy, who, together with the concerned stakeholders, will support the implementation of the agreement.Speaking to reporters after the meeting, the Secretary-General said the UN has done its utmost to broker an agreement that can finally break the horrendous cycles of violence. “The onus is now on the signatories to show strong, consistent and sustained leadership.”Nearly a million people were displaced in the province of North Kivu during the clashes between the fighters from the rebel M23 group and the Congolese national army (FARDC) late last year, bringing the total number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in eastern DRC to 2.6 million.While the fighting has stopped, insecurity prevails, and is growing in other areas of the DRC, Mr. Ban noted.“Perhaps some would dismiss the recent unrest in the eastern DRC as yet another cycle of violence in a long-plagued region of the world; but we have it within our hands to break that cycle and shape something different,” he stated. Also today, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) called for a further $70 million for its operations in 2013 to help thousands of displaced civilians in the Great Lakes region. The money is for people uprooted by conflict in North and South Kivu last year, as well as anticipated displacements this year.
Less than a week later, the FA set about beefing up the team by posting job adverts for three new roles. Two “integrity investigators” are being hired to investigate potential breaches of FA rules relating to the integrity of the game, and an “integrity and intelligence analyst” to improve information gathering techniques and analyse data. According to the job specification, the two new integrity investigators will “proactively and reactively” conduct investigations into alleged breaches of FA rules relating to third party ownership as well as financial misconduct, betting, match fixing, breaches of the intermediary regulations,media/social media comments, discrimination and anti-doping.Sam Allardyce lost his job as England manager last month after this newspaper disclosed how he agreed to be paid by a fake company to travel to the Far East for speaking engagements. He also advised a group of undercover reporters posing as businessmen how to “get around” the FA’s transfer rules.He subsequently admitted he had been a “fool” and claimed that he had been “helping out” an old friend. Football Association chairman Greg ClarkeCredit:Mike Egerton/ PA The Football Association is hiring a team of “integrity investigators” following criticism by MPs over its attitude to tackling corruption in the wake of The Telegraph’s investigation.Job advertisements for the new positions were posted on the FA’s website just days after its chairman Greg Clarke was grilled by the Commons Select Committee for Culture, Media and Sport over the governing body’s “lack of curiosity” toward investigating accusations of wrongdoing.Mr Clarke was criticised for the FA’s apparent failure to follow up on “serious allegations” of misconduct reported in the media. He assured MPs that the 33-person strong in-house disciplinary team has a “full suite of powers” which allows them to “investigate properly and fully” any potential rule breaches. Neil WarnockCredit:Steven Paston Mr Collins said it was “astonishing” that FA chiefs appeared not to have asked Allardyce the previous claims made about his conduct that arose from the Stevens Inquiry more than a decade ago. Mr Collins also cited the example of when Neil Warnock, the manager of Cardiff City FC, was accused of being “crooked” and making players pay him part of their wages to ensure they got into the team. Jason Puncheon, one of Warnock’s players, alleged in a series of posts on Twitter that he gave players “extra wages and appearance bonus to make sure they pay him to get in the team or on the bench”. Former England national football team manager Sam Allardyce speaks to the press outside his home in BoltonCredit:AFP Damian Collins, chair of the Select Committee, told Mr Clarke that there is a “lack of proactivity” of the FA to investigate claims rule breaking.He suggested that the FA was guilty of “institutional failing” if they had appointed Allardyce without looking into the previous allegations made about him. Mr Collins asked why the FA had not contacted Puncheon to ask him why he made the comments, rather than fining him £15,000 for failing to act in the best interests of the game.”Is there just a lack of curiosity or interest on the FA’s behalf which means these allegations are circulating, they are widely known about in football, but no one is following up on them?” Mr Collins asked Mr Clarke. He added: “If you want to get the truth, sometimes you have to be prepared to initiate your own investigations when people are coming to you with serious allegations.” Warnock has described the allegation as “completely and utterly false”. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
A 16-year-old student of Bush Lot Secondary School met his demise yesterday afternoon after he was struck down by a motor vehicle allegedly being driven by a senior prison officer, who reportedly fled the scene.DEAD: Luke JohnThe dead teen has been identified as Luke John of Lot 208 Waterloo, Bath Settlement, West Coast Berbice.According to information reaching INews, the teen was returning home after visiting his sister at Cotton Tree, and was standing at the corner of the road soliciting public transportation when he was struck by motor vehicle PMM 3802, driven by the prison official.INews understands that at the time of the incident, the driver was attempting to overtake the vehicle in front of him; however, he noticed another vehicle was coming towards him in the opposite direction and so swerved to avoid a head-on collision. Unfortunately, this resulted in him hitting the young boy.John’s body was reportedly flung several feet away from the point of impact and landed in a clump of bushes. He was rushed to the Fort Wellington Hospital and subsequently transferred to the New Amsterdam Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.The driver was apprehended shortly after he fled and he is presently assisting with investigations. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedROAD CARNAGE CONTINUES: 21-yr-old killed in Berbice accidentMay 17, 2016In “latest news”Essequibo Coast fatal accident… Teen provided for family – motherJanuary 20, 2019In “Crime”Cycling teen killed in collision with road construction vehicleMarch 10, 2017In “latest news”
We will be closing the nominations for the International Mining Technology Hall of Fame in August. Do you wish to nominate someone who has contributed in an outstanding way to technology development in surface mining or efficiency, safety, productivity, etc.in that discipline? Contact email@example.com about nominations.The chosen nominees will be inducted at the International Mining Technology Hall of Fame gala dinner at the Hyatt Regency at Colorado Convention Center, Denver on February 25, 2019. The dinner is a key event in the SME Annual Conference week.The current nominations shortlist in the Surface Mining has MineWare founder and CEO Andrew Jessett, who has been actively involved in the advancement of Australia’s dragline and shovel monitoring systems over the last decade including the pioneering Universal Dig and Dump (UDD) dragline technology. Andrew founded MineWare after creating and commercialising the world’s most advanced dragline monitoring system, Pegasys.Pekka Heikkonen (pictured on the right) is the man behind the development of the Rammer Hammer and that great hydraulic breaker line that is now part of the Sandvik Mining offering.Aleksandr Egorov, General Design Engineer, Belaz headed the engineering team that made the first attempt to create an ultrahigh payload capacity dump truck (more than 400 tonnes) back in 1997-1998. This eventually led to the development of the BELAZ-75710 haul truck. The truck has two entries in the Guinness World Records book.The last on the shortlist is Dr Shahram Tafazoli (current CEO of Motion Metrics International Corp) who led a team of just three engineers with the goal of solving some of the mining industry’s most challenging problems. In 2003, a big break came when an oil sands mine in Alberta asked for a solution to a serious problem they were having: the bucket teeth on their shovels were unknowingly breaking off and ending up in the crusher, which would end up blocking the crusher for hours, costing them hundreds of thousands of dollars for each occurrence, and creating a very dangerous situation for the mine. Tafazoli solved this problem.The last inductee was Kenneth F. Lane who led the way for value based optimisation of the full scope of mining activities; in particular, showing how cutoff grade policies bridge the disciplines and he developed the framework for maximising the whole project value by optimising this policy every year as the resource was depleted. This work led to more valuable mining in many of the largest surface mines in the world and for the underground projects that have used these principles. http://www.im-halloffame.com/surface-mining/There is a total of 12 categories and nominations are welcomed for all of them: Bulk Handling, Concentration, Comminution, Exploration, Environmental Management and Stewardship, Metallurgy, Mining Software, Safety, Surface Mining, Underground Development, Underground Production and Outstanding Innovator.www.im-halloffame.com
Short URL Image: Sam Boal/Rollingnews.ie Friday 24 Feb 2017, 12:05 PM Cardinal Connell became an Archbishop at a difficult time in this diocese. Many comments in these days noted that he was slow to recognise the extent of child sexual abuse by priests. It is not enough to make that comment now from a distance.“It must be said that he found himself surrounded by a culture and at times by advisors who were slow and perhaps even unwilling to recognise both the extent of the problem and the enormous hurt that had been done to children, a hurt they still carry with them.It is also true that it was Cardinal Connell who was the one who finally began to realise the extent of the abuse and the extent of the damage done to children and, with difficulty, began to drag out information which some were still reluctant to share. 12,280 Views Feb 24th 2017, 12:05 PM Share8 Tweet Email1 http://jrnl.ie/3256548 By Sean Murray 48 Comments IN THE HOMILY given by Archbishop Diarmuid Martin at the funeral of Cardinal Desmond Connell today, Martin credited Connell as being the church figure who “began to drag out information” around abuse allegations inside the Catholic Church.Martin said that it was “not enough” to make the comment that Connell was slow to recognise the extent of the problem of child sexual abuse when he was Archbishop of Dublin.He added that Connell marked the beginning of a “new culture” within the diocese by establishing a child protection service.Martin said: The funeral of Cardinal Desmond Connell took place this morning. Archbishop Martin says Connell ‘was the one who finally began to realise the extent of the abuse’ Archbishop Diarmuid Martin referenced the Cardinal’s response to abuse allegations at his funeral today. Desmond Connell was appointed Archbishop of Dublin by the Holy See in 1988 and made a Cardinal-Priest by Pope John Paul II in 2001.He was the subject of criticism for the way he handled allegations of child sexual abuse and formally resigned as Archbishop of Dublin in April 2004, when he was replaced by Diarmuid Martin. Cardinal Connell (left) and Archbishop Diarmuid Martin (right) Source: Gareth Chaney/Photocall Ireland!The Murphy report, published in 2009, found that Connell’s refusal to admit liability often added to the grief and pain felt by victims of abuse.The authors of the report said they also had little doubt that clerical child abuse was covered up by the Archdiocese of Dublin, and other church authorities.He died earlier this week, aged 90, after a long illness.Read: Former Archbishop of Dublin Desmond Connell dies aged 90Read: Pope Francis says it’s better to be an atheist than a ‘hypocritical Catholic’ The funeral of Cardinal Desmond Connell took place this morning. Image: Sam Boal/Rollingnews.ie Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Welsh forward Gareth Bale, finally opened up about not winning this year’s Puskas Award and losing vs Mohamed Salah.Award season was really hard for Gareth Bale, the Welshman who lost the Puskas Award against Mohamed Salah earlier this year.Every single person who watched the ceremony believed that either Bale or Cristiano Ronaldo would get recognized with the prize, but the Egyptian forward had more votes than anybody else and even he was shocked when he got on the podium to pick up the trophy.We still hadn’t heard from any of the other players who lost against Salah, but this month’s issue of Four Four Two gives us an insight into what Gareth Bale thinks of losing against the Liverpool player.Gareth Bale was recognized by the magazine for that goal in the Champions League final against the Reds, a bicycle kick goal that is extremely difficult to reproduce for any other player in the world bu Bale managed to score in the most important match of the season at club level.It’s pretty obvious that the Welshman is convinced that he is the one who deserved to win it above Salah and even Ronaldo, who also scored a beautiful bicycle kick goal against Juventus earlier in the season.⚠️ NEW ISSUE EXCLUSIVE🗣️ Gareth Bale: I should have won the Puskas Award 👀It was a pretty good goal…➡️https://t.co/gmvBuoy0Gb#FFTNewIssue pic.twitter.com/11LjAUC4vh— FourFourTwo ⚽️ (@FourFourTwo) December 3, 2018Bale gave an interview to the magazine where he was honored with the award, he described what he felt when Mohamed Salah won the Puskas Award and explained why he feels he is the one who should’ve been in that podium accepting the honor.“Yeah, I was surprised by that, to be honest,” said Gareth Bale to Four Four Two.“What can you say? It makes the award look a little diminished, although it was obviously a great goal by Salah.”“The strike was instinctive. I got my body positioned correctly, got my footwork right, and caught it perfectly. When you catch the ball perfectly, you know it’s on target.”“You just have to hope the keeper doesn’t make an unbelievable save. So as soon as I hit it, I knew it had a chance of going in. If you watch it, you see my head turn straight away. I knew where the ball was going.”Mo Salah laughs off Sadio Mane incident with a brilliant video Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Mohamed Salah laughed off his little spat with Liverpool team-mate Sadio Mane by posting a brilliant video showing they’ve made up.“I think you’d have to say that [it was my best goal],” he added.“There haven’t been too many like that! I did love the one in the  Copa del Rey final against Barcelona, but as this one was on such a big stage – the Champions League final, the biggest game in club football – and technically it was the winner, I’d have to say that it’s the best,” he concluded.Honoured to be nominated for the 2018 FIFA #Puskas Award. To score a goal like that on the biggest stage of world football was a dream come true! https://t.co/58DL3wucfR #HalaMadrid pic.twitter.com/K2GmCNDaxr— Gareth Bale (@GarethBale11) September 3, 2018Now that the year is gone, there is no question that the Puskas Award was not the goal that everybody else expected.The two top goals that were eligible for any award this year were Cristiano Ronaldo’s against Juventus and Gareth Bale’s masterpiece against Liverpool.But picking one above the other is a very complicated endeavor as both are equally beautiful, but the Welshman’s achievement seems like the more important of the two.It’s kind of sad that Gareth Bale hasn’t lived up to the expectations he made at the end of last season, injuries have always prevented him from reaching his highest potential.Contrary to the incredible career that Cristiano Ronaldo already has under his belt, seems like Gareth Bale will have to be happy with the few individual awards he gets and the protagonist role he has experienced for both his club or his country throughout his career.This goal he scored in the last Champions League final, was actually the biggest chance he was ever going to get for a major recognition and he lost it against a goal that practically nobody liked.Important three points tonight! 💪🏻 #HalaMadrid pic.twitter.com/dADv2Zaa7W— Gareth Bale (@GarethBale11) December 1, 2018Do you agree with Gareth Bale or which other goal deserved the Puskas Award? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.
MIAMI (WSVN) – Several southbound lanes on Interstate 95 will be closed due to crew work, beginning late Friday night.Lanes on I-95 will be shut down between Northwest 79th Street and 60th Street from 11 p.m. to 11 a.m.The closure is set for Friday and Saturday.Crews will be working to shift lanes in that area several feet to the right.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Sunday, October 7, 2018:Wilmington Police assisted North Police with setting up a perimeter for a search for two breaking & entering suspects on Fox Run Lane. (4:52am)A walk-in party reported a currently unoccupied Honda crashed into a fire hydrant on Liberty Street. Police traveled to driver’s place of employment in Burlington and will issue summons for leaving the scene of property damage. Vehicle was towed. There appeared to be no damage to the hydrant, but Water Department will check. (10:12am)A caller reported vandalism done to a vehicle overnight on Fiorenza Drive. Driver’s side front window was closed. (11:41am)A caller reported an ice cream truck was operating erratically on Main Street and Church Street. Police spoke with driver. Situation checked OK. (3:54pm)State Police responded to a car on its side (black 2004 Chevy Trailblazer) on 93 North Exit 40 ramp. (6:19pm)A car drove into a front porch on Sandy Lane. Airbag deployed. No injuries noted. (8:18pm)Wilmington Police assisted Tewksbury Police with search for a suspect involved in an armed car jacking at the 7/11 in Tewksbury. Wilmington Police captured the man on Oakdale Avenue in Tewksbury. (10:06pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for July 1: Man Arrested For OUI (Drugs); Resident Taps Into & Damages Fire HydrantIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for July 6: Trailer Fire On Highway; Car vs. Rock Wall; Needle Found In YardIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 3: Man Issued Summons For Resisting Arrest; Turkeys Struck In Roadway; Hit & RunIn “Police Log”
Close Turkey launched a $10bn (£6.8bn) project to pipe Azeri gas to Western markets on 17 March, forging ahead with a plan which could help Europe reduce its dependence on Russian energy.The Trans-Anatolian gas pipeline (Tanap) aims to carry 16bn m3 of gas a year by mid-2018 from Azerbaijans Shah Deniz II field in the Caspian Sea, one of the worlds largest gas fields developed by a BP-led consortium.The 1,850km pipeline will stretch from Turkeys border with Georgia to Greece and is key to Turkeys ambition to cut its own dependence on Russian gas.Ankara raised its stake in the project to 30% last year. Azeri state-oil firm SOCAR holds 58%, while BP has the remaining 12%.Facing objections from the EU, Russia abandoned its $40bn South Stream project through which it aimed to deliver gas to Europe while bypassing Ukraine. Moscow surprised the block by proposing a new undersea pipeline, dubbed Turkish Stream.Ankaras response to the project, which envisages piping gas to a hub on the Turkish-Greek border, has been lukewarm. Energy officials said Tanap remains their priority.Initially, Turkey will buy the first 6bn m3 per year of gas from Tanap. A further 10bn m3 will be delivered to Europe once it is connected to the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (Tap) by 2020. By 2023, Tanaps capacity will rise to 23bn m3 per year and then to 31bn m3 by 2026, according to project executives.Caught off guard by Russias surprise decision to ditch South Stream and its proposal to work with Turkey to build an alternative route, the European Union has repeatedly urged Moscow not to exclude it from the plans.
With the release of GTA V, Rockstar took its first steps into the world of online gaming through the introduction of GTA Online. That wasn’t without its problems, though, and one still remains: loss of player progression.Rockstar has been hard at work solving the issues, which are set to be fixed when v1.05 appears by way of a patch. We expected it early in November, and Rockstar has now confirmed it will arrive “early next week.”That’s good news not just because you’ll be able to play the online portion of the game without fear of losing your progress, but also because of what else it unlocks in the near future. First up is the stimulus package. That takes the form of $500,000 of free GTA$ that Rockstar is awarding all players as an apology for the problems they’ve been experiencing. If the patch roll out goes well, the money should also start arriving in your GTA account next week.After that, we’ve got the Beach Bum Pack arriving shortly afterwards. I’m guessing the week after. It will introduce new beach vehicles, weapons, jobs, and a range of new tattoos and hairstyles to outfit your character with. Although the new vehicles and weapons sound interesting, it’s the jobs that will really hold your attention. Rockstar lists “Gang Attacks, Survivals, Last Team Standings, Parachutes, Deathmatches and Races” as being part of the update.As it’s November we are also set to get Social Club Event Weekends being introduced. What this means is a range of special rewards being made available at the weekends. Examples include limited edition Event Crate Drops, in-game discounts, and special bonuses. Rockstar will also be doing GTA Online live streams using Twitch that include giveaways.Last but not least, Rockstar is still working on the Content Creator. It is still referred to as a fall release, but hopefully we’ll get it within the next few weeks. Once available, it will allow players to create their own Deathmatch and Race Jobs to share with others, meaning a lot of new content being produced independent of Rockstar’s dev team.If we’re lucky, Rockstar will release the 1.05 patch on Monday and then the Beach Bum Pack before the end of the week. If that happens, GTA V owners probably shouldn’t make any firms plans for next weekend as it will most likely be spent sitting in front of a TV consuming the new content.
Indian Association of Tour Operators (IATO) recently organised its interactive luncheon meeting at Eros Hotel, New Delhi. The special guest for the meeting was Ashok Chandra Panda, Minister of Tourism and Culture (IC), Government of Odisha. The 33rd Annual Convention of IATO will be held from September 7-10 at the Mayfair Hotel in Bhubaneswar in the eastern State of Odisha. The theme of the convention is ‘Indian Tourism- Time to Reinvent Ourselves’.Speaking at the interactive luncheon meeting, Panda said that the state Chief Minister, Naveen Patnaik is keen on making the 33rd Annual Convention of IATO in Bhubaneswar from September 7-10, 2017 a grand success.Over 1,200 delegates are expected to attend the three day event and many will take post-convention tours to see the attractions and facilities of the state, which has 480 kms of coastline.Present during the luncheon meeting were Pronab Sarkar, President, IATO; Rajiv Mehra, Vice President, IATO; Lally Mathews, Honorary Secretary, IATO; and Sandeep Jain, Honorary Joint Secretary, IATO among other members from the apex body.The Minister had personally come to Delhi to extend the invitation for the upcoming Convention for IATO members in Delhi. Panda asserted that the footfalls to the state will eventually increase after the Convention.
London – Gentlemen’s shoemaker Harrys of London is proud to announce the opening of its first retail concept at 59 South Audley Street. Nestled on the corner of South Audley Street and Mount Street, the new Harrys of London flagship is a welcome addition to London’s chicest microdistrict, already home to high fashion and traditional shops including Balenciaga, Christian Louboutin, Scott’s restaurant, and gunsmiths and country outfitters Purdey.The 400sq foot space featuring thirteen foot high ceilings is designed in a library motif, where shoes are arranged as ‘books’ and accessible by sliding wooden librarian ladders. The immaculate interior details include grey suede walls, cornicing, and a beautiful reclaimed herringbone oak floor. Custom-made sofas from London’s George Smith are tailored in signature Harrys of London leathers and textiles. The shop staff will be dressed by venerable Savile Row tailor Hardy Amies.Harrys of London Flagship Store 59 South Audley Street W1K 2QN email@example.com +44 (0)207 409 7988
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