SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte United States’ Mikaela Shiffrin, center, winner of an alpine ski World Cup women’s parallel slalom city event, celebrates on the podium with second-placed Germany’s Christina Geiger, left, and third-placed Sweden’s Anna Swenn Larsson, in Hammarbybacken, Stockholm, Sweden, Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019. (Christine Olsson/TT via AP)KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia — The second-to-last women’s downhill of the World Cup season has been canceled in Russia after poor course conditions meant a mandatory training session was canceled for three straight days.The International Ski Federation said the Saturday morning race slot at the Rosa Khutor venue will now go to a super-G, which was scheduled for Sunday.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Hong Kong tunnel reopens, campus siege nears end Shiffrin’s title is already a formality as both she and Vlhova, who are technical race specialists, are skipping the speed races this weekend.All other skiers trail at least 900 points behind Shiffrin, who has a career-best 14 World Cup wins this season. /kgaSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed 1 dead, 3 injured in Quezon road crash Trump campaign, GOP groups attack Google’s new ad policy LATEST STORIES P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss MMA legend Vitor Belfort signs with ONE Championship A second super-G will be raced Sunday, using the vacant day to reschedule a race canceled in January at St. Anton, Austria, the governing body said Friday.The course is staging its first top-level Alpine ski races since the 2014 Sochi Olympics.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesThis weekend, American star Mikaela Shiffrin will be mathematically confirmed as the winner of her third straight World Cup overall title.Shiffrin leads the standings by more than 700 points from her main rival Petra Vlhova of Slovakia. With 100 points awarded for a win, only six races will remain when the circuit leaves Russia. Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments
They may have lost the urn after a humiliating defeat at Perth but the English players are not ready to throw in the towel yet.Australia defeated England by an innings and 41 runs in the third Test on Monday to take an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the five-match series and regain the prestigious Ashes urn at the WACA in Perth.All-rounder Craig Overton admitted that England have not been good enough in the Ashes series till now but said that they will be throwing everything they have in the remaining two Tests at Melbourne and Sydney.”We have not been good enough for long enough in this series and have let chances slip, and because of that we have lost the Ashes before Christmas,” he said in The Times on Tuesday.All England have left to play for is pride in Melbourne and Sydney, but Overton says the series is not over as they try to halt an eight-match losing sequence in tests in Australia.”We are gutted but don’t for a second think that there will be divisions in the camp or that we see the series as over.”We will be throwing everything we have at the Melbourne and Sydney Tests — we are desperate to make a mark on the series, even if it’s too late to win.”We will fight until the very last to do so.”Whether or not Overton will be fit to play a part is another matter entirely after he suffered a hairline fracture of a rib while diving in the field at Perth.advertisement”I am nursing a hairline fracture to my rib but the doctor warned me it could become much worse if I landed the wrong way — a proper fracture, or even a punctured lung. No one needs that,” Overton said. “I’ve been brought up to fight through the pain, and I’m not the sort to leave the field for nothing.”Somerset seamer Overton enjoyed a dream start to his test career when he picked up the wicket of Australian captain Steve Smith in the second test in Adelaide.With six wickets to his name in his two tests and an impressive 41 not out with the bat in Adelaide, Overton was one of the few England players to emerge with much credit.He said he is desperate to play in the Melbourne test which begins on Dec. 26.”I won’t rule myself out of Melbourne. I accept it’s unlikely, but I’m so desperate to play that I won’t accept I’m not going to until the doctors tell me absolutely otherwise.”I’ll be weaning myself off the strong painkillers, just a few paracetamol to help me sleep.”And no golf! It’ll be beach time for me.”
About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Man Utd legend Neville: Pogba danced on Mourinho’s graveby Freddie Taylor10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United legend Gary Neville says Paul Pogba was “dancing on the grave” of Jose Mourinho yesterday.Pogba posted to his social media channels a photo of himself smirking shortly after the announcement of Mourinho’s departure from Old Trafford.Adidas claimed the promotional post was booked in advance, but Neville isn’t buying their excuse.”Manchester United are a better team with Paul Pogba in it,” Neville told Sky Sports.”That’s the first thing to say – he has huge talent, I actually have belief in him as a player. I actually liked him when he was at the club as a player as a kid, it’s not a personal thing.”Paul Pogba, there is no doubt, has fallen out with the manager. He doesn’t believe in him, he doesn’t like him, he doesn’t think he’s a good coach probably, and vice-versa.”Jose Mourinho doesn’t think Paul Pogba is as good a player as he thinks he is. There’s been a complete breakdown in the last six months between the pair of them, probably [over the last] year.”I do believe that dancing on the grave of the manager who has just been sacked is out of order.”Jose Mourinho lost his job and Paul Pogba and his people put that Instagram post out – don’t fall for this coincidence scheduled tweet nonsense, it’s garbage, absolute garbage.”
view more view less No data available! scorecard advertisement World Cup 2019: What happens to semi-final race if India lose to England todayICC Cricket World Cup 2019: England posted 337 for 7 in 50 overs after opting to bat in Birmingham. India need to complete the highest-ever successful run chase n World Cups to keep the semi-final hopes of their Asian neighbours, including Pakistan, alive. commentary graphs India Today Web Desk BirminghamJune 30, 2019UPDATED: June 30, 2019 20:30 IST ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: India are chasing a 338-run target vs England in Birmingham (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSIndia are likely to remain 2nd on points table even if they lose to EnglandPakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka’s chances will take a hit if England beat IndiaNew Zealand will face a must-win situation in their final group-stage matchIndia are facing an uphill task as they have been set a target of 338 in 50 overs by hosts England in their ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 meeting at Edgbaston in Birmingham on Sunday.All eyes are on this crunch encounter as the result of Match 38 of the World Cup 2019 will have an effect on the semi-final chances of quite a few teams, including India’s Asian neighbours Pakistan.India had been unbeaten in World Cup 2019 and headed into the match in Birmingham as firm favouites against England who are in danger of facing an early exit from the tournament after back-to-back defeats to Sri Lanka and Australia.India vs England, World Cup 2019: Live Cricket ScoreHowever, England came out with a lot of positive intent, boosted by the return of their big-hitting opener Jason Roy. Roy and Jonny Bairstow gave England a flying start after Eoin Morgan won the toss and opted to bat on a flat surface at Edgaston.Roy and Bairstow took the Indian attack, especially their spinners to the cleaners and added 160 runs for the opening stand. Roy missed out on a hundred but Bairstow got to the 3-figure mark — his first in World Cups. India though pulled things back with a fine 2nd spell from Mohammed Shami wherein he removed Bairstow and Eoin Morgan in quick succession.Shami finished with figures of 5 for 69 and Jasprit Bumrah 1 for 44 after a top-class spell of death bowling to make sure England didn’t post a total in excess of 350.What happens if India lose to England in Birmingham on Sundayadvertisement World Cup 2019 points table as of June 30 (Before India vs England)India’s chancesMatches to play: Bangladesh on July 2, Sri Lanka on July 6India’s chances of making the semi-finals will still remain bright. India are likely to stay at the 2nd spot with 11 points from 7 matches if they don’t lose by a big margin. Virat Kohli’s men just need to win one more from their next 2 matches to qualify. However, if India lose all 3 matches, then they have to depend on net run rate to seal their progress.England’s chancesMatches to play: New Zealand on July 3England will receive a huge boost as they will be only 1 win away from making the last-four stage of World Cup 2019. England would return into the top-four with 10 points from 8 matches and push Pakistan to the 5th spot. And if England beat New Zealand in their final match, they will seal their progress.New Zealand’s chancesMatches to play: England on July 3New Zealand will qualify for the semi-finals if India beat England on Sunday. However, if they lose, the Black Caps face a must-win situation in their final group-stage against England match on July 3.New Zealand, who are sitting 3rd with 11 points from 8 matches, can get knocked out if they lose to England by a big margin on Wednesday.Pakistan’s chancesMatches to play: Bangladesh on June 5Pakistan fans were backing India to beat England as their chances get a massive boost if their arch-rivlas collect 2 points on Sunday.However, if England beat India then Pakistan will not only have to beat Bangladesh in their final group-stage match on July 5 but also hope England lose to New Zealand on July 3. Pakistan can get knocked out if England beat New Zealand.However, if Pakistan can beat Bangladesh by a big margin and England beat New Zealand by a huge margin, then Pakistan can pip the Black Caps into the semi-final.Sri Lanka’s chancesMatches to play: West Indies on July 1, India on July 6Sri Lanka will be the worst affected by an Indian loss on Sunday. The Islanders are on 6 points with as many matches and they need nothing less than a win in their last 2 matches to stay alive. However, England’s win on Sunday will make their qualification chances slimmer.England will go up to 10 points with a win on Sunday and the maximum Sri Lanka, who have the worst net run rate among the teams in the semi-final race, can get to is 10 points.Bangladesh’s chancesMatches to play: India on July 2, Pakistan on July 5Bangladesh need to beat Pakistan and India to keep their semi-final chances alive. England’s win on Sunday makes their chances difficult as England can get to a maximum of 12 points. Even if Bangladesh win their next 2 matches, it might not be enough for them with England having a point more than them.Also Read | Sure Pakistan fans will be supporting us, says Virat KohliAlso Read | Yuzvendra Chahal bowls most expensive spell by an Indian in World Cup historyAlso See:advertisementFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAkshay Ramesh Tags :Follow World Cup 2019 points tableFollow Pakistan cricket teamFollow Sri LankaFollow BangladeshFollow India vs England Next
zoom The ailing South Korean container carrier Hanjin Shipping has taken a step toward bankruptcy as its creditors said they would not provide additional financial support to the company.The creditors, led by state-run Korea Development Bank (KDB), said they would halt financial support for the company as of September 4, Reuters cited KDB.Namely, Hanjin Shipping’s self-rescue plan fell short of the creditor’s demands as the company earlier said that it aims to collect KRW 400 billion through the sale of its assets, while the creditors urged the carrier to increase this number to around KRW 700 billion.The company has been under a creditor-led restructuring scheme since May 2016 after it collected some USD 4.39 billion in debt.The restructuring was expected to facilitate Hanjin’s push for normalization of operations along with discussions on charter rate reduction and alliance reorganization.World Maritime News Staff
BROADCAST: Federal, provincial, and municipal partners will take part in an exercise to practice the coordination and procedures needed to keep Nova Scotians safe in emergency situations. Health and Wellness Minister Maureen MacDonald says exercises like Scotian Pearl help partners prepare for emergencies and practice working together. People are advised that emergency vehicles and participants in make up taking part in the exercise will be in and around Shannon Park Friday (May 13th) morning. -30- Federal, provincial, and municipal partners will take part in an exercise to practice co-ordination and procedures to keep Nova Scotians safe in emergency situations. Exercise Scotian Pearl, which focuses on chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear emergencies, will be held on the morning of Friday, May 13, at Canadian Forces property Shannon Park in Dartmouth. “We are committed to working with our partners to ensure we are prepared to respond to emergencies,” said Health and Wellness Minister Maureen MacDonald. “Through exercises such as this, we will be better able to protect Nova Scotians in emergencies.” The scenario for the exercise involves a group of musicians, dancers and singers on a bus trip. The bus is involved in an accident with a five-ton truck carrying chemicals. A suspicious package will also be found on the truck. “Exercises like this provide all of us with an opportunity to sharpen our skills and improve co-ordination so we can respond rapidly to emergencies,” said Ross Landry, Minister of Justice. The exercise will start with a welcome ceremony at 9 a.m. at the rink at Shannon Park. The simulated exercise will run from 10 a.m. to noon. “The partners in public safety in our community have historically collaborated very well in crises,” said Chief Frank Beazley of Halifax Regional Police. “Mock situations like Exercise Scotian Pearl allow us to exercise our response together to enhance our collaboration and ensure all of us are prepared to efficiently and effectively respond to emergencies.” David Meldrum, divisional chief of safety, Halifax Regional Fire and Emergency, said Scotian Pearl is a “valuable opportunity to practice skills and work with partners.” Mr. Meldrum said exercises help first responders “prepare for the diverse nature of emergencies which are possible today.” People are advised that emergency vehicles and participants who appear to be injured will be in and around Shannon Park as part of the exercise. “The RCMP is pleased to join with our partners from federal, provincial and municipal agencies to strengthen our planning and co-ordination efforts,” said Nova Scotia RCMP Commanding Officer Alphonse MacNeil. “The committee has invested tremendous effort in the planning of this exercise and should be applauded for their efforts in bringing together Nova Scotia’s public safety partners.” Health and Wellness, Emergency Management Office, Labour and Advanced Education, Environment and Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal are participating on behalf of the province. Other participants include Health Canada, the Public Health Agency of Canada, Public Safety Canada, Canadian Forces, RCMP, Halifax Regional Police, Halifax Fire, Capital District Health Authority, Emergency Health Services and the Medical Examiner’s Office.
8 June 2007A new meningitis vaccine has proven effective in West African children, trumping any other vaccine currently on the market in the region and providing hope that the epidemic will eventually be eliminated, a United Nations-backed partnership announced today. The preliminary results of the successful trial of the vaccine – expected initially to sell for 40 cents a dose – were released by the Meningitis Vaccine Project (MVP), a UN World Health Organization (WHO) and United States-based nonprofit PATH partnership. The 21 affected sub-Saharan African countries, collectively known as the ‘meningitis belt,’ could witness the slashing of the epidemic’s incidence due to the vaccine, according to the results. Last year over 41,500 cases were reported, while between 1 January and 6 May of this year, an additional almost 48,000 cases have been reported, raising concerns of a new epidemic wave in the region. “This important study brings real hope that the lives of thousands of children, teenagers, and young adults will be saved by immunization and that widespread suffering, sickness and socioeconomic disruption can be avoided,” said Dr. Margaret Chan, WHO Director-General. Meningitis – one of the most dreaded infectious diseases worldwide – occurs when the thin lining that surrounds the brain and spinal cord becomes infected. Even with antibiotic treatment, at least 10 per cent of patients die and up to 20 per cent are left with permanent problems including mental retardation, deafness, epilepsy and necrosis which could lead to limb amputation. The partnership’s data shows how the vaccine could block serogroup A meningococcus, which could lead to the entire population, including those who are not vaccinated, to be protected as well in a phenomenon known as ‘herd immunity.’ “When it becomes part of the public health arsenal, this vaccine will make a real difference in Africa,” said F. Marc LaForce, MVP director. “The vaccine will allow elimination of the meningococcal epidemics that have afflicted the continent for more than 100 years.” The trial was conducted in 12 to 23-month-olds in Malia and Gambia, and results showed that the vaccine is safe and produces antibody levels nearly 20 times higher than those obtained with the polysaccharide vaccine which is being sold on the market, which means the protection the new vaccine provides can last for several years. The next phase of trials will take place in Mali, Gambia and at least one other country in the region, and the vaccine will be tested in 2 to 29-year-olds, which is the population that will be mostly targeted by mass vaccination campaigns.
The most challenging days lie ahead, however, as the magnitude of the reconstruction requirements severely test the capacities of many local governments, which lost many of their skilled personnel among the 220,000 people who died, the UN Deputy Special Envoy for Tsunami Recovery, Eric Schwartz, told a news conference at UN Headquarters.He was launching a UN report on the status of the recovery effort by former United States President Bill Clinton, who is Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s Special Envoy for the Tsunami Recovery.To cover priorities for next year, Mr. Clinton will press donors to remain committed even after much of the world’s attention has shifted to other crises. Given the large number of international organizations involved in the recovery, Mr. Clinton will also continue to promote more effective coordination and he will encourage governments to move forward vigorously to implement such disaster reduction policies as community education and early warning systems, Mr. Schwartz said. He said the Special Envoy will encourage governments to involve their own civil societies in key recovery areas and press for coordinated approaches to generating incomes in such areas as agriculture and fishing. Mr. Clinton will also continue to work aggressively to improve temporary living conditions for the tens of thousands of internally displaced people (IDPs), especially in Aceh, Indonesia, as he presses governments to step up the pace of replacing permanent housing, Mr. Schwartz said.Of the $10.5 billion pledged to assist India, Indonesia, Maldives and Sri Lanka, $7.75 billion has been secured so far, he said.In answer to a question about the increasing global risk of natural disasters, he said the warming of the seas may be playing some role in the growing severity of typhoons, but the best evidence indicates that the increased destruction has resulted from such factors as environmental degradation, increased population pressures, greater poverty and a higher rate of migration to coastal areas. Mr. Schwartz was accompanied by UN Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Margareta Wahlstrom, World Bank economist Deepak Bhattasali, and executives from two non-governmental organizations (NGOs) — Johan Schaar, Special Representative for Tsunami Operations for the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (ICRC); and Gillian Dunn, Director of the International Rescue Committee’s Emergency Preparedness and Response Unit.In separate releases, the UN Development Programme (UNDP) said an analysis of 800 focus group discussions in1,100 villages showed that among Sri Lankan tsunami survivors there was a rise in social stigma, depression among widowers and teenage alcohol use.On a brighter note, construction spending has made a giant leap in Aceh and Nias in Indonesia from a normal annual total of $50 million to $2 billion, while the UN Population Fund has been helping to restore reproductive health services in tsunami-affected communities in Indonesia, Maldives, Sri Lanka and Thailand.
Friends of the Earth, and fellow lobbyists Greenpeace, have made their anti-nuclear position clear before a full and informed debate on the nuclear option. Yet a statement released by Friends of the Earth has urged Chancellor Gordon Brown to take more action to reduce the threat of climate change. Yet, once again, protestors are ignoring the facts. As well as average CO2 reductions of around 15 per cent in six years, a modern 4×4 diesel emits just seven per cent of the particulate emissions of a 15 year old saloon. Similarly on air quality NOx emissions, standards for the latest Euro 4 petrol 4x4s are six times as tight as those for a Euro 2 saloon, some of which are as little as five years old. SMMT chief executive Christopher Macgowan commented, ‘Nuclear power may or may not be the way forward in terms of energy policy. However, to adopt a “no thanks” policy with its echoes from the cold war era, while berating drivers of 4×4 and SUV vehicles, is quite wrong. A full and informed debate on all efforts to cut CO2 across all industries would best serve the environment in the medium and long term.’ SMMT has reacted with concern over a Friends of the Earth statement, calling for massive increases in tax on 4×4 vehicles, while seemingly refusing to participate in the nuclear debate. According to the BBC, Friends of the Earth and Green Party members are today targeting 4×4 drivers in Norwich, handing out ‘parking tickets’ in a protest over air quality. Nuclear power has the potential to reduce CO2 emissions significantly from the largest source of man-made carbon dioxide – the energy industries. At the moment, this accounts for around 38 per cent of total output, compared to 22 per cent for road transport. Will Friends of the Earth and Green Party members be ticketing drivers of older, more polluting saloons, estates and small cars?Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)
Ohio State redshirt freshman quarterback Dwayne Haskins (7) waits for a snap in the fourth quarter of the 2017 OSU- Army game on Sep. 16. OSU won 38-7. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorThough he remains unlikely to unseat J.T. Barrett as Ohio State’s starting quarterback, Dwayne Haskins took the first snaps of his career Saturday on the Buckeyes’ final drive of their 38-7 win against Army.The redshirt freshman did not disappoint. Haskins completed all four of his passes for 46 yards, zipping the ball to four separate receivers on each throw and driving the Buckeyes to Army’s 10-yard line. “I thought he performed well when he was in there,” coach Urban Meyer said after the game. “He was 4-for-4. I wanted to throw him more, but you just didn’t want to do something silly.”His big-armed, pocket passing style starkly contrasted with Barrett’s dual-threat approach. In Haskins’ only drive, he completed passes of 14 and 15 yards. In the rest of the game, Barrett completed six passes for at least 14 yards.Meyer praised Haskins’ quick release after the game and said Haskins might have had a chance to score on his only drive, but did not want to score another touchdown and run the score up.After Ohio State’s first loss of the season, a decisive 31-16 defeat to Oklahoma, Meyer said he hoped to find Haskins some reps in regular-season games with the goal being to prepare the quarterback to be “game-ready.” Meyer did not believe Haskins earned that designation last week and believes he still has to work to earn the tag.Redshirt freshman quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. (7) warms up prior to the season opener against Indiana. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorIn Meyer’s mind, a large experience gap exists between practice reps and game reps, and another lies in whether the game reps occur under pressure. At the end of the game against Army, Haskins did not have much to lose.“I’ve done that before where you put a guy in in the second quarter of a game,” Meyer said. “We’re not at that point yet. But you’d like to do that.”Whether Haskins earns earlier playing time to test his readiness or not, he is likely to remain backup quarterback. Instead of a battle to become the starter, he might re-enter a competition with redshirt sophomore Joe Burrow, who is about ready to return to action.Burrow broke a bone in his throwing hand near the end of fall camp. Before the past two games, he threw passes in pregame warmups, but he has yet to be listed on a depth chart due to the injury.“We’ve got to make some decisions who is the first one in there,” Meyer said. “Last year was very important to get Joe in the game and he did pretty well when he was in there as well. So, that is so important for backup quarterback spot.”In the spring and fall, Burrow and Haskins entrenched themselves in a battle to back up Barrett. In the spring game, Burrow went 14-for-22 for 262 yards with three touchdowns, while Haskins completed 26-of-37 passes and added three touchdowns.The primary backup last season, Burrow played in five games and completed 22-of-28 passes for 226 yards and threw two touchdown passes. A dual threat, similar to Barrett, Burrow rushed 12 times for 58 yards and a touchdown.
[Image: Jeannine Masset and Rudi Schamhart]Alive and well and living in Dingle. Evergreen Kerry dolphin Fungi is showing no signs of slowing down, and continues to draw huge crowds of interested humans. He had great fun with a couple of same-species visitors too back in November.And while we’re in Kerry…8. COWBOYS, TEDMain Street in Waterville, back in March.It’s times like this that we’re hoping there’s no-one from outside Ireland looking at this website. Let’s keep this one between ourselves, shall we?9. DANGER ROAD IS IN SHITE[Image: Gemma Sherlock]Taken at Barley Hill, near Kingscourt in Co Cavan back in January. Apparently the roads in the area are — how should we put this? ‘In shite’.10. SOME NECK[Image: Ronan Lee]The gardaí were already pretty busy back in October during a particularly wet spell of weather. The fact that aquatic birds started wandering out of the Dodder, unable to tell the difference between their habitual environment and, say, the vicinity of a Range Rover on Anglesea Road, didn’t make their lives any easier.12. TINY DANCERS[Image: Carlow Pan Celtic International Festival]Determination. And ringlets.From the launch of the Carlow Pan Celtic International Festival back in March.11. STOP CLAMPING YOURSELF[Image: C Kortenhorst/Twitter. See cksolutions.ie]No comment needed, we think. TO PARAPHRASE A line from Fight Club: Over a long enough time-line, we all get a little depressed by the news occasionally.At home and around the world, the last 12 months certainly had their fair share of death, destruction, pestilence and corruption. And twerking.Fortunately, like the the waterskiing squirrel from Anchorman, there were also occasional moments like this to put a smile on our faces…1. HUMP DAY[Image: VisitInishowen via Twitter]Spotted on the Inishowen Penninsula at the height of the heatwave this July. In fact it was a bumper year for camels in unusual places.2. RURAL INGENUITY[Image: John Callaghan]This photo was one of 20 picked by the Irish Farmers Journal to show how Ireland was ‘owning the heatwave’. Check out the rest here.3. BOSS TIME[Image: Jimi’s Barber Shop/Facebook]He spends so much time here, Ireland’s Bruce Springsteen fans were thrilled to see The Boss finally take up Irish citizenship. 4. PIZZA TIME[Image: Mac Innes Photography]Michael Noonan looks like he’d much rather murder whatever PR person thought of this stunt rather than devour the perfectly delicious pizza he’s being presented with.This was part of a campaign to keep the 9 per cent VAT rate for the hospitality sector. The role of the pizza may have been marginal, but the campaign worked.While we’re on the subject of hungry politicians…5. HAVING A GANDER[Image: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland]Why?6. SHATTERING EXPECTATIONS[Image: Defence Forces Press]In addition to taking on taking on the Defence Forces at ping pong (and winning) Alan Shatter also had his 1990 romance novel re-printed in 2013. No-one saw that coming did they?7. A FUNGI TO HANG OUT WITH… 13. THIS IS IRELAND[Image: Annie Leibovitz /Vogue]Vogue magazine’s depiction of Ireland had us all cracking up. They also introduced the world to the notion of ‘mountain goat as winter accessory’. Why right now, there are probably hipsters wandering around downtown Portland dressed exactly like Adam Driver in this photo.Read: 45 images that made us cry this year >
Lowe-inspired Leinster battle hard to see off Pro14 rivals Scarlets The Kiwi scored a first-half brace as Leo Cullen’s side secured a big win. By Ryan Bailey Scarlets scorers:Tries: Johnny McnichollPenalties: Dan Jones [2 from 3]Conversions: Dan Jones [1 from 1]LEINSTER: 15. Jordan Larmour, 14. Adam Byrne, 13. Rory O’Loughlin (Ciaran Frawley 13’), 12. Noel Reid, 11. James Lowe, 10. Ross Byrne (Barry Daly 70′), 9. Luke McGrath (captain) (Nick McCarthy 49’); 1. Ed Byrne (Peter Dooley 56’), 2. Sean Cronin (Richardt Strauss 56’), 3. Michael Bent (Oisin Heffernan 74′), 4. Ross Molony, 5. Scott Fardy, 6. Josh Murphy (Ian Nagle 64’), 7. Jordi Murphy (Will Connors 74′), 8. Max Deegan.SCARLETS: 15. Johnny Mcnicholl (Corey Baldwin 11’), 14. Tom Prydie, 13. Paul Asquith, 12. Steff Hughes (captain) (Tom Williams 63’), 11. Ioan Nicholas, 10. Dan Jones, 9. Jonathan Evans; 1. Dylan Evans (Phil Price 57’), 2. Ryan Elias (Emyr Philips 68′) 3. Werner Kruger (Simon Gardiner 68′), 4. Steve Cummins (Lewis Rawlins 59’), 5. David Bulbring, 6. Tadhg Beirne, 7. James Davies, 8. Josh Macleod (Will Boyde 68′)Attendance: 14,916.Referee: John Lacey [IRFU].The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! Leinster scorers:Tries: James Lowe , Luke McGrathPenalties: Ciaran Frawley [1 from 1]Conversions: Ross Byrne [0 from 2], Ciaran Frawley [1 from 1] Be part of the audience for our special Ireland v Wales Rugby Show live event‘We put a hell of a lot of effort into that game – the sheer amount of defence we did cost us’ Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Feb 17th 2018, 5:22 PM Share41 Tweet Email Lowe was man of the match. Source: Byran Keane/INPHOAfter Leinster had lost the ball in their attempt to keep it tight around the fringes, Fardy then charged down Evans’ clearance kick and showed athleticism and strength to collect the loose ball and drive towards the whitewash. He was stopped short, but McGrath recycled and looked towards the blindside for Lowe to do the rest.It was roles reversed 30 seconds into the second half. Jordan Larmour’s electric feet created the yard of space for Lowe to burst through the first tackle and offload inside for the supporting McGrath, who raced clear to dive over. Frawley took over the kicking duties from Byrne and nailed the touchline conversion.That was to be McGrath’s last notable involvement, as he too hobbled off with an ankle problem, before Byrne’s high tackle allowedJones bring Scarlets back to within seven points with a penalty between the posts.With their noses in front, Leinster looked to apply the squeeze in the final quarter and played the territory game effectively with McCarthy kicking smartly and the inexperienced backline defying their years to manage the game.Larmour, fresh off his Ireland debut and the star attraction, didn’t get enough ball to take advantage of a tiring, and stretched, Scarlets defence but a clever kick and chase, and strong work from Frawley, helped Leinster maintain the pressure.The hosts felt aggrieved when the TMO ruled Fardy had infringed at the breakdown but the second row, clearly enraged by the decision, produced a match-clinching steal at the lineout before Byrne looked cross-field for his namesake to bundle Corey Baldwin into touch. Dan Jones kicked a late penalty. Source: Byran Keane/INPHOFrom there, Leinster moved it in field, showing patience and precision to work it through the phases, and Scarlets eventually conceded the penalty to allow Frawley stretch the lead to 10 points with as many minutes remaining.But Scarlets showed the resilience and spirit of champions to finish strongly and after Jones had missed one opportunity from the tee to secure a losing bonus-point, the pack turned the screw to win another penalty when the clock had hit 80.Jones wasn’t going to make any mistake this time, and that outcome for the Scarlets was all the more pleasing after they had gone down to 14 men for the remaining minutes when Tom Prydie had been forced off injured. As Pivac said afterwards, that point could prove to be pretty important in the race for the playoffs.But Leinster are back to winning ways, and that’ll do nicely. Saturday 17 Feb 2018, 5:22 PM Image: Byran Keane/INPHO https://the42.ie/3857486 24,121 Views Short URL Image: Byran Keane/INPHO Leinster 20Scarlets 13Ryan Bailey reports from the RDS A SLIVER OF revenge for last May perhaps, but more significantly in the context of Leinster’s current campaign, we may well look back on this result as a hugely defining one for Leo Cullen’s side.Not only did the eastern province — stripped of the core of their side, before being forced to contend with the loss of Rory O’Loughlin and Luke McGrath — bounce back from last week’s defeat in Edinburgh, but a well-earned victory opens up a three-point lead over their Pro14 Conference B rivals.Dan Jones’ late penalty after Leinster replacement prop Oisin Heffernan was penalised at the set-piece ensured the Scarlets left Dublin with a point to show for their efforts at the end of an incredibly hard-fought and entertaining contest, but Leinster were full value for their win.James Lowe’s man-of-the-match display will make the headlines but this was a result founded on Leinster’s dominance at the scrum and lineout, and it will be made all the more satisfactory given the role played by many of their younger players.There were standout performances all over the park and certainly Leinster needed big contributions from everyone, most notably debutant Ciaran Frawley, who was introduced as early as the 13th minute, Josh Murphy and replacement scrum-half Nick McCarthy.Scott Fardy, too, was immense and his experience helped Leinster assume and maintain control of a frenzied game with Lowe crossing twice in the first half and McGrath adding a third not long into the second period.Both Lowe and Fardy showed their worth as they played leading roles in a win which sees Leinster take control of Conference B ahead of the return fixture between the sides at Parc y Scarlets in a fortnight.Scarlets were much improved from last week’s defeat in Italy but they were guilty of indiscipline at key moments and will be incredibly disappointed by the concession of a couple of soft tries.Leinster, to their credit, took full advantage and having pulled clear at the start of the second period, showed discipline and composure to manage the end game when Scarlets looked to throw everything at them. Adam Byrne is tackled by James Davies. Source: Byran Keane/INPHOThe visitors started brightly, and it took Tadhg Beirne just four minutes to wreak havoc. Max Deegan walked straight into it, the Leinster number eight utterly powerless to prevent the Scarlets blindside getting over the ball to win the turnover penalty. He was only getting started and was supreme all afternoon.Scarlets lost their way in Treviso last week but were back at the scene of their most acclaimed heist. They had nothing to fear, and showed their intent from early on. Aggressive, direct and a handful in both attack and defence, the visitors hit the front through Johnny Mcnicholl.Although stripped to the bare bones due, in part, to their own success, Scarlets have maintained a lethal attacking edge in the backline and when they moved the ball down the short side through Steff Hughes and quick hands from Mcnicholl, Beirne provided the front foot ball down the left.With Jonathan Evans pulling the strings, and dummy runners making it almost impossible for Leinster to nullify the threat, the red shirts pummelled away before exposing holes out wide — Adam Byrne was caught in no-man’s land — and James Davies set Mcnicholl away for the line, although the fullback injured his shoulder in the act of finishing in the corner.Leinster were forced into an early change of their own when O’Loughlin was knocked backwards by Hughes after Ross Byrne’s hospital pass in midfield, further stretching the province’s centre resources. Not to worry, Frawley is the next cab off the rank.The multi-talented UCD back provided the link in midfield for Leinster’s passage back into the game. The strength of the pack was evident in making hard yards down the far side, before Leinster changed the point of attack and Scarlets were caught far too narrow, allowing Byrne to loop it wide for Lowe to hold off the covering tackle in the corner.If Leinster’s first try was soft from a Scarlets perspective, the second was completely avoidable. Lowe was at the heart of it again, as he pinged a low grubber kick deep into opposition territory and although the Kiwi eventually finished it off, it was all about Fardy. Follow us: the42.ie 61 Comments
Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Wrestleview Weekly: Predictions for tonight’s Clash of Champions event in Charlotte For those wondering why Sami Zayn’s match with Bobby Lashley last just over six minutes long at the Money in the Bank PPV this past Sunday, it was for a very good reason.According to a report by Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com, Zayn has been battling an undisclosed injury and has been working through it in recent weeks.Zayn was not at the Monday Night RAW taping last night in Grand Rapids and it would appear his quick loss to Lashley at Money in the Bank was a way to write him off television for the time being. He was scheduled to travel to Birmingham, Alabama to further examine his injury. No other details are known at this time. WWE Draft confirmed to be taking place as a two-night event starting on October 11 WWE RAW Ratings: Viewership sees a 15% drop against the return of Monday Night Football
CORAL GABLES, FLA. (WSVN) – Patients from the Nicklaus Children’s Hospital were treated to a prom thanks to the donation from a South Florida family.The 6th Annual Carlin Family Prom happened for the patients at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Coral Gables, Saturday night.The magical night is held for current and former patients to give them the opportunity to party in a safe environment regardless of their medical needs.Sara Jolly, the hospital’s executive director, said, “This prom gives our patients an opportunity to have a night outside of the hospital to not worry about treatment, not worry about doctors, not worry about nurses, not worry about their sickness, but really just focus about being a kid and having fun and experiencing something normal.”The Carlin family brought the event back to life in 2014.Since then, dozens of others have joined the family to help make each year something the patients will never forget.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
WILMINGTON, MA — Below are 5 things to do in Wilmington on Saturday, January 5, 2019:#1) Massachusetts Bridal & Wedding ExpoThe Massachusetts Bridal & Wedding Expo is coming to Wilmington on Saturday and Sunday, 11am to 5pm both days, at the Shriners Auditorium (99 Fordham Road). The event features more than 100 exhibitors, covering all aspects of a wedding — gowns, florists, hair & makeup, honeymoon destinations, wedding and event planners, guest accommodations & hotels, photographers, videographers, DJs, bands, photo booths, decor & lighting, reception & wedding venues, tuxedos, jewelry and more. The event also includes live music, demonstrations, fashion shows, and giveaways. See the schedule HERE. Admission costs $15 at the door. You can, however, register online and pay just a $3 admission HERE. Children under 16 are free. Parking is free.#2) Fiction Critique Group At LibraryThe Wilmington Memorial Library (175 Middlesex Avenue) is holding its monthly Fiction Critique Group from 9:15am to 11:30am. Love writing fiction? Whether you are drafting a short story or a novel, joining our Critique Group is a great opportunity to meet other writers and get constructive feedback in a supportive environment. When registering, please provide your email address so you can receive an agenda and any prep materials before the meeting. Open to all experience levels writing in all genres. Led by local writing enthusiast, Barbara Alevras. Register HERE.#3) Kids Kraft: Polar Bear Masks At LibraryThe Wilmington Memorial Library (175 Middlesex Avenue) is holding a Kids Kraft ta 2pm. Turn yourself into a polar bear and make your own mask! This craft is led by 3 Wilmington High School students. Grades 1-5. Register HERE.#4) Book Store Next Door OpenThe Friends of the Wilmington Memorial Library’s Book Store Next Door (183 Middlesex Avenue) is open from 10am to 4pm. All books are $2 or less! Every penny of every sale benefits the Wilmington Memorial Library. Learn more HERE.#5) WHS Boys & Girls Hockey, Wrestling, Wrestling In ActionThe WHS Girls Varsity Hockey Team hosts Burlington at noon at Ristuccia. The WHS Boys Varsity Hockey Team hosts Burlington at 2:20pm at Ristuccia. The WHS Boys & Girls Track Teams are in action in multi-school meet at 10am at Boston University. The WHS Boys Wrestling Team is competing in a tournament at Cohasset High School.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… Related5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Saturday, August 10, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Saturday, August 3, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Saturday, July 20, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”
Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) director general Major General Abul Hossain sought effective role of international community to resolve Rohingya crisis.“Persecution on Rohingya created a humanitarian catastrophe. Myanmar’s inhumane treatment on Rohingya people forced them to enter Bangladesh fleeing their homes in Rakhine state,” he said.The BGB chief was presenting a keynote on “National, Regional and International Cooperation and its Effectiveness to Enhance Border Security and Safety-Past, Present and Future” on the fourth day on Wednesday at a five-day international symposium in Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, said a press release on Thursday.Abul Hossain said Bangladesh gave shelter to the persecuted Rohingyas in the humanitarian ground.“Giving shelter to the Rohingya, our prime minister Sheikh Hasina has set a unique example of generosity and humanity. That is why, different international media called her as mother of humanity” he said.He said, “Prime minister Sheikh Hasina firmly said Myanmar must bring back their nationals.”Saudi Border Guards organised the “1st International Symposium on Land and Maritime Border Security and Safety: Challenges and Solutions” between 15 and 19 October.Some 45 experts on land and maritime border security from 17 countries joined the five-day symposium.
Mia Farrow was a 99-pound former Catholic schoolgirl-turned groovy flower child, from a respected show business family. Her father was writer-director John Farrow; her mother, actress Maureen O’Sullivan (best known as “Jane” in the Tarzan movies of the 30s and 40s). Frank Sinatra was, well, the Chairman of the Board. For a few years, in the mid-60s, the two became one of the most unlikely hook-ups in Hollywood history. How exactly did it all go down?Mia Farrow photographed in 1965He started calling her “Angel Face.” Her pet names for him: “Frankie” and “Charlie Brown.” Sinatra flew Farrow to Palm Springs for the weekends on his private plane and showered her with expensive gifts. Farrow, who was younger than Sinatra’s oldest daughter Nancy, claimed that she had lost her virginity to him.The couple soon became the butt of jokes. “I always knew Frank would end up in bed with a boy,” cracked Sinatra’s ex-wife Ava Gardner. (By this time, Farrow had traded her long strands for an ultra-short pixie.).Sinatra in 1955Comedian Jackie Mason incorporated the twosome into his Vegas act, but cut the quips after bullets were fired through his hotel room door. Mia’s mother, Maureen O’Sullivan, reportedly remarked, “If he marries anyone, it should be me.”Backlash be damned, the pair got hitched in a small private ceremony in Las Vegas, on July 19, 1966. The union, however, was rocky right from the start. Sinatra would soon discover that he had met his match. Beneath her fragile appearance, Farrow was complicated, moody, and not at all intimidated by the singing legend.Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra. Photo by Getty ImagesShe quickly became bored with Sinatra and his crowd, whose idea of a good time was knocking back martinis and hitting the casino craps tables in Vegas or watching old movies at Sinatra’s place in Palm Springs.According to one story, when Sinatra suggested that they screen one of his movies during a weekend in the desert, Farrow rolled her eyes and groaned, “Oh, no. We’ve all seen it at least five times.”She also made the mistake of dancing with Robert Kennedy at a party. Sinatra, who despised the former Attorney General, blaming him for his banishment from the White House — after the singer had worked hard to get his brother, President John Kennedy, elected — was furious.Frank Sinatra as Tony RomeBut the biggest source of contention between the two was Farrow’s refusal to abandon her film career. Sinatra had broken off his engagement to actress Juliet Prowse, two years before he met Farrow, because she refused to become a full-time wife. And now this. Eventually the couple compromised, agreeing that Farrow would make one film a year.Then, in 1968, came Farrow’s big break: the lead role in Paramount’s much-anticipated film, Rosemary’s Baby. Sinatra wasn’t thrilled but he waited for his wife to finish the project, which was filming on location in New York City, so she could join him in The Detective. Playing a small role as his mistress.Related Video: 60s And 70s Celebs Vintage TV CommercialsWhen Rosemary’s Baby fell four weeks behind schedule — not all that surprising, since director Roman Polanski was a renowned perfectionist — an impatient Sinatra began badgering his wife, ordering her to “ankle the film” (slang for “ditch the project”).Roman Polanski in Paris at the lunch of the César awards nominees. Photo by Georges Biard CC BY-SA 3.0Farrow was constantly on edge, crying on the set and dropping a disturbing amount of weight, making her tiny frame look sickly — ironically perfect for her role as a young wife who gives birth to the Antichrist. She begged Polanski to work faster, but refused to bail on the film. Sinatra, not used to people standing up to him, had had enough. A stunned Farrow was served with divorce papers on the set.Mia Farrow at the 2012 Time 100 gala. Photo by David Shankbone CC BY 3.0The couple divorced in Mexico in August of 1968. As was the case with all of Sinatra’s exes, the two remained friends over the years, throughout Farrow’s marriage to composer/conductor Andre Previn and her relationship with director Woody Allen.Read another story from us: The Iconic Love Story of Johnny Cash and June CarterIn fact, during Farrow’s well-publicized dust-up with Allen over his relationship with her adopted daughter, Soon-Yi Previn, Sinatra reportedly offered to send Mafia buddies to break Allen’s legs. Upon the singer’s death in 1998, Farrow proclaimed Sinatra the love of her life, saying she “loved him ’til the day he died and beyond.”
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LAS VEGAS — The U.S. gambling mecca’s efforts to draw millennials and new visitors are paying off.A third of Las Vegas tourists last year were millennials – those between 18 to 35 – up from less than a quarter in 2015, according to a report commissioned by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority and released Wednesday.The increase in younger visitors is undoubtedly good news to the destination that has been adding attractions to remain relevant to a generation not as fond of gambling as their elders.The data also showed that 27% of the city’s 42.9 million visitors in 2016 were first-timers.So, who came to Sin City and what did they do? Here’s a profile of average visitors:HOW OLD ARE YOU?The city set a record for visitation in 2016, though the number of baby boomers dropped to 28% from 35% in 2015. Generation X visitors made up 35% of tourists, down 1%, while millennial travellers increased to 34% from 24% a year earlier.“The product that we have now really appeals to millennials,” said Bo Bernhard, director of the International Gaming Institute at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and a noted scholar on gambling and hospitality in Las Vegas. “Nightclubs are like theatre to millennials. They are experiencing a very different Las Vegas than their grandparents.”More news: Rome enforces ban on sitting on Spanish StepsTake MGM Resorts International, which several years ago created a committee dedicated to reimagining the gaming experience with the millennial demographic in mind.The company recently opened an interactive and skill-based gaming social venue at the MGM Grand that is essentially a hybrid bar, arcade and gambling lounge. The company has hosted e-sports tournaments and even released a set of emojis in December.“We’ve created dining destinations that are social and engaging and created food and beverage experiences ideal for sharing socially,” said Jenn Michaels, MGM’s senior vice-president of public relations. “And, of course, we are looking at our gaming floors and identifying how those can evolve to appeal to today’s traveller.”NEW TOURISTSThe increase of first-time visitors is comparable to the level Las Vegas experienced in the mid-1990s, the report said. It attributed the renewed interest to the recovery of the national economy, an increase in millennials who discovered the city and the reinvestment by hotels and others on new experiences and activities.“Indeed, it is quite possible that the varied and targeted entertainment options and related venues currently in Las Vegas have served to attract new visitors to the destination much the same as the ‘new’ megaresorts did in the 1990s,” according to the report by GLS Research, a San Francisco-based public opinion and market research firm.More news: GLP Worldwide introduces first-ever Wellness programsIts data is based on information volunteered by 3,600 random tourists polled during 2016. 91% of visitors said they would recommend Las Vegas to others.HITTING THE CASINO FLOORThe number of visitors who gambled during their trip has remained at about 7 in 10 over the past five years, the data show. But gamblers are spending a lot less time on the casino floor.Last year, visitors spent an average of 1.9 hours gambling, that’s an hour less than in 2015 and more than 2 hours less than two decades ago.“They are spending more time enjoying the non-gaming amenities,” said Kevin Bagger, executive director of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s research centre.Those other activities include day club-nightclubs, concerts, shows and sports events.WHERE ARE YOU FROM?The report says 81% of visitors came from within the U.S., down 3% from 2015. Meanwhile, the number of foreign visitors rose 3% from 2015, returning to the 19% seen in 2014.About half of U.S. tourists were from Western states, with the majority coming from California. Who’s going to Vegas? New stats show millennials and first timers are on the rise By: Regina Garcia Cano Source: The Associated Press Friday, April 7, 2017 << Previous PostNext Post >> Share Tags: Las Vegas, Millennial Travel, Trend Watch
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