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Khalifa Port Set to Handle Capesize Ships under EGA Deal

first_imgzoom Port developer and operator Abu Dhabi Ports is to welcome some of the world’s largest bulk carriers as part of a long-term port facility deal signed with UAE-based industrial company Emirates Global Aluminium.Under the agreement, EGA would use Capesize vessels to import bauxite from the Republic of Guinea in West Africa for Al Taweelah alumina refinery through Khalifa Port. The parties informed that, with this deal, Abu Dhabi Ports would be able to develop the port to become the first in the Gulf capable of directly handling these massive ships.Abu Dhabi Ports will fund and complete dredging and widening works to the Khalifa Port approach channel and basin including EGA’s berth. The dredging will deepen the channel to 18.5 metres and basin to 18 metres basis zero tide.EGA plans to use large dry bulk ships to import raw materials without the need to transfer all or some of the cargo to smaller vessels outside the port, reducing long-term shipping costs and improving environmental performance.The development at Khalifa Port is expected to lead to larger ships calling in to Abu Dhabi, boosting the Emirate’s position as a global maritime trade hub.EGA is currently constructing UAE’s first alumina refinery next to its aluminium smelter in Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi, located adjacent to Khalifa Port. Upon achieving full-production, the Al Taweelah alumina refinery will process five million tonnes of bauxite per annum.“Khalifa Port will be the first port in the region with capsize vessel handling capacity, and with EGA’s long term commitment, will give an important boost to trade and investment in KIZAD and more broadly in the region,” Mohamed Juma Al Shamisi, Chief Executive Officer of Abu Dhabi Ports, said.Bauxite ore from Guinea will be transported to Abu Dhabi via the global shipping firm Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line), under a separate agreement with EGA. One of the vessels K Line will use for this service was named Cape Taweelah in a ceremony held earlier this year.last_img read more

Weekly Traffic Advisories

first_img QUEENS COUNTY: Highway 103, Lane Reduction Sections of Highway 103, for eight kilometres from Exit 19 at Trunk 8 to Five Rivers, are reduced to one lane for repaving until Thursday, June 30. Work is taking place from sunrise to sunset. Local Area Office: 902-541-5603 CONTINUING WORK CAPE BRETON COUNTY: Highway 125 Traffic on the westbound lanes of Highway 125 near Sydney River will be reduced to one lane between Exit 4 and Exit 5A for repaving until Sunday, July 31. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset and delays are possible. Drivers should use extra caution. Local Area Office: 902-563-2518 YARMOUTH COUNTY: Durkee Bridge Durkee Bridge on Durkee Road will be closed for maintenance until Saturday, June 25, from morning to dusk. Local Area Office: 902-742-2416 PICTOU COUNTY: Trenton Connector The Trenton Connector or Bascule Bridge, between Trenton and Abercrombie Road, will be reduced to one lane for deck and joint repairs until Friday, July 15. Traffic signals on site. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-893-6194 COLCHESTER COUNTY: Cooks Mills Bridge Cooks Mills Bridge, Route 778, about two kilometres southwest from Route 224, is open to local traffic only due to repairs to the steel truss until Thursday, June 30. Drivers should use an alternate route. Work takes place from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-893-6194 CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Highway 104 Lane Closure Traffic on the westbound lanes of Highway 104 will be subject to lane closures between Exits 6 and 7 during repaving. Work is scheduled for completion on Sunday, July 31. Delays are possible. Drivers should use extra caution in the area. Local Office: 902-447-2550 COLCHESTER COUNTY: Highway 102 Traffic on sections of the Halifax-bound lanes of Highway 102 will be reduced to one lane for repaving from north of Stewiacke for four kilometres to Exit 11. Work will take place from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. until Sunday, July 31. Drivers should travel with extra caution in the area. Local Area Office: 902-890-1573 CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: George Street A section of George Street, near the Highway 125 overpass, will be reduced to one lane at various times to build a new overpass. Work will take place until Thursday, June 30. Traffic control people will be on site. Expect delays. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. Local Area Office: 902-563-2518 KINGS COUNTY: Hortonville Bridge Hortonville Bridge, about one kilometre east of Exit 10 on Highway 101, will be reduced to one lane for bridge construction until Thursday, June 30. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. Local Area Office: 902-542-6344 INVERNESS COUNTY: Murrays Hill Bridge Murrays Hill Bridge, which crosses the Mabou River near Rankinville Road, is closed until further notice. Local Area Office: 902-625-4388 GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY: Route 316 Route 316 from 4.7 kilometres west of Trunk 16 to 0.8 kilometres west of the White Head Road will have alternating lane closures for upgrading, cold planing an re-paving until Monday, Oct. 31. Pilot vehicle and traffic control people on site. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-533-2771 HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 118 The Halifax-bound lanes of Highway 118, from about four kilometres south of the junction with Highway 102 to the junction of Highway 107, will have single-lane closures until Thursday, June 30. Work takes place from 9 a.m. to sunset. Local Area Office: 902-424-0054 PICTOU COUNTY: Three Brooks Road Three Brooks Road, from Pictou town line to Highway 106, almost nine kilometres, is reduced to one lane for road work until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Public should expect delays. Traffic control people on site. Work takes place from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-752-6224 COLCHESTER COUNTY: Route 326 Route 326 from south of East Earltown, north for about 6.5 kilometres toward Denmark, will be reduced to one lane for repaving, brush cutting, guardrail repair and other upgrades from until Sunday, July 31. Traffic control people will be on site but delays are possible. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. Local Area Office: 902-893-5776 VICTORIA COUNTY: Corsen Bridge Traffic on Corsen Bridge on the Cabot Trail, two kilometres south of Ingonish, is reduced to one lane until further notice. Local Area Office: 902-383-2232 PICTOU COUNTY: Highway 104 Sections of the eastbound lanes of Highway 104, from the Pictou-Colchester county line, east for about 9.5 kilometres, will be reduced to one lane for paving until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Motorists are advised that there will be a speed zone reduction from 110 km/h to 80km/h when travelling through the two kilometre work zone. Work takes place from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-752-6224 COLCHESTER COUNTY: Station Road – Londonderry Station Road, Londonderry will be reduced to one lane for patching and repaving until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Traffic control people will be on site. Work takes place from dawn to dusk. Local Area Office: 902-893-5785 CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Northport Bridge Northport Bridge on Route 366 is closed until late August, while it is replaced. A detour is available from Shinimicas Road to east of the bridge and Mudcreek Road to west of the bridge. Cyclists should travel with caution. Local Area Office: 902-667-2972 PICTOU COUNTY: Highway 104 Highway 104, from Exit 22 west to Exit 20, about six kilometres will be reduced to one lane for crack filling and micro-surfacing until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Work takes place from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-896-7085 CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Allan Hill and South Branch Roads Allan Hill and South Branch roads in the Advocate area have a weight restriction of five tonnes until further notice. Local Area Office: 902-667-2972 CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Route 216 Route 216, from Trunk 4, west for 7.2 kilometres will be reduced to one lane for repaving until Friday, Sept. 30. Work takes place from daylight to dusk. Local Area Office: 902-794-5120 KINGS COUNTY: Bridge Closure Traffic on the Busby McMahon Bridge on Brooklyn Street, near Aylesford, is reduced to one lane until further notice. Traffic lights are in place. Local Area Office: 902-679-4979 INVERNESS COUNTY: Trunk 19 Trunk 19, for about 6.5 kilometres from Campbell’s Road to south of Chishom Road, and River Deny’s Road, for about two kilometres from Trunk 19, will be reduced to one lane for cold planing and asphalt repairs until Monday, Oct. 31. Pilot vehicle and traffic control people will be on site. Work takes place from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-625-4200 KINGS COUNTY: Highway 101, Exit 11 and Exit 12 Highway 101, from one kilometre east of Exit 11 (Greenwich) to Exit 12 (New Minas), will be reduced to one lane for patching, crack sealing and surfacing until Sunday, July 31. Traffic control people will be on site. Work takes place from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-538-4199 ANNAPOLIS COUNTY: Trunk 8 Trunk 8 from Virginia Road intersection south for three kilometres will be reduced to one lane for road work until Monday, Oct. 31. Traffic control on site. Work takes place from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-825-4151 DIGBY COUNTY: D’entremont Road D’entremont Road, from the Comeau Branch Road to the Deveau and Maillet Road, is closed for repairs to the Ben Comeau Bridge at Meteghan River. The closure should last for about two weeks. Drivers should use extra caution in the area. Local Office: 902-769-2192 PICTOU COUNTY: Ferry Road Ferry Road, from the Three Brooks Road to Highway 106, about a half kilometre, will be reduced to one lane for road work until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Public should expect delays. Traffic control people on site. Work takes place from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-752-6224 LUNENBURG COUNTY: Sperry Bridge Sperry Bridge in Petite Rivière will be closed for repairs until Friday, July 8. Detour on Route 331 from junction at Italy Cross Road to junction at Petite Rivière. Local Area Office: 902-543-8169 KINGS COUNTY: Highway 101 Highway 101, Exit 12 to 13, will be reduced to one lane for cold planing and repaving until Thursday, June 30. Drivers should expect delays of up to 20 minutes. Local Area Office: 902-542-6344 DIGBY COUNTY: Dick Theriault Road The bridge on Dick Theriault Road, about two kilometres southeast of the old DAR crossing, is closed for repairs. There is no detour. Transportation officials will be on site 24 hours a day until the bridge is repaired. Local Area Office: 902-769-2192 GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY: Melford Brook Bridge The Melford Brook Bridge on Route 344 at Middle Melford is closed. A two-lane detour bridge is in place until a permanent bridge is built. The speed limit has been reduced to 60 kilometres per hour and warning signs are in place. Local Area Office: 902-533-2771 COLCHESTER COUNTY: Route 326 Route 326 between Upper River John Road and Mountain Road is closed for a culvert replacement. A marked detour route is available. Drivers should use extra caution in the area and obey detour signs. The road is expected to be reopened on Sunday, June 26. Local Area Office: 902-893-5776 HANTS COUNTY: Highway 101, Exit 5 Highway 101, eastbound lanes from Exit 5 east to the beginning of the Portland Cement Concrete Section near Ellershouse, and the westbound lane will be reduced to one lane for paving until Monday, July 31. Signs are in place. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-798-5957 VICTORIA COUNTY: MacLeod Bridge The northbound lane of MacLeod Bridge, on the Cabot Trail in Cape North, will be closed for repairs until further notice. A traffic control person will be on site until traffic signals are installed. Local Area Office: 902-295-2700 -30- NEW WORK HANTS COUNTY: Walton Bridge Road Walton Bridge Road will be reduced to one lane for repaving June 2, until Thursday, June 30. Traffic will be stop and go. Signs and traffic control people will be on site. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-798-6889 COLCHESTER COUNTY: Route 289 – Springside Route 289 from Junction 336 (Springside) east for six kilometres will be reduced to one lane for paving until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Work takes place from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-896-7085 PICTOU COUNTY: Highway 104 Two temporary intersections are now in use on Highway 104, Trans-Canada Highway, near Sutherlands River. One is located about 70 metres west of the Exit 27A intersection. To access Trunk 4, use this temporary intersection. The other intersection is on School Road in front of East Pictou Middle School. To access School Road, including F. H. MacDonald Elementary School and East Pictou Middle School, use this temporary intersection. They will be used until summer. Local Area Office: 902-755-7184 KINGS COUNTY: Highway 101 Highway 101, Exit 12 through 13 will be reduced to one lane for cold planing and repaving until Thursday, June 30. Please expect delays of up to 20 minutes. Local Area Office: 902-542-6344 PICTOU COUNTY: Highway 104 Highway 104 from about 1.2 kilometres west of French River Bridge east 6.1 kilometres to Broadway Bridge will be reduced to one lane for crack filling and micro-surfacing until Wednesday, Aug. 31. Work takes place from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-896-7085 PICTOU COUNTY: Route 245 Route 245, from Smith Road to Brown’s Mill Road, about six kilometres, will be reduced to one lane for patching and repaving until Friday, Sept. 30. Public should expect delays. Traffic control people on site. Work takes place from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-752-6224 QUEENS COUNTY: Trunk 8, Lane Reduction Sections of Trunk 8, from the Department of Natural Resources rifle range for 6.7 kilometres, are reduced to one lane for repaving until Thursday, June 30. Work is taking place from sunrise to sunset. Local Area Office: 902-541-5603 GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY: Trunk 16 Trunk 16, from almost four kilometres west of Fox Island Road, east to the Canso town line, will have alternating lane closures for gravelling and repaving until Thursday, June 30. Traffic control people and a pilot vehicle will be on site. Work will take place from 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-533-2771 CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Trunk 4 Lane Closure Traffic on Trunk 4 near Exit 7 off Highway 104 will be subject to lane closures during repaving. Traffic will be controlled by signs and traffic control people. Work is scheduled for completion on Sunday, July 31. Delays are possible. Drivers should use extra caution in the area. Local Office: 902-447-2550 ANNAPOLIS COUNTY: Clarence Road Clarence Road, from Fitch Road intersection west for three kilometres, will be reduced to one lane for ditching, culvert replacement, milling, patching, and shouldering until Monday, Oct. 31. Traffic control is on site. Work takes place from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-825-4151 HANTS COUNTY: Greenhill Road Greenhill Road will be reduced to one lane for repaving until Thursday, June 30. Traffic will be stop and go. Signs and traffic control people will be on site. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-798-6889last_img read more

PM responds to allegations against Kent Hehr

first_imgThe Prime Minister is responding to new allegations against his Minister for Sport, Calgary-Centre MP Kent Hehr.Following the allegations against Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown, at least two women stepped forward on Twitter and spoke about Minister Hehr and his time serving in the Alberta Legislature. One claims women felt unsafe to get in an elevator with him due to inappropriate comments, another claims a similar problem, alleging Hehr once said to her, “you’re yummy.”My poltical #metoo movement @kinsellawarren . I’ve debated this. But that’s the power of sexual harassment. My first day working at the Alberta legislature I was told to avoid being in a elevator with Kent Hehr. He would make comments. He would make you feel unsafe https://t.co/Wm0pDWLvwZ— Kristin Raworth (@JC4ever) January 25, 2018None of these allegations against Hehr have been proven but when asked about it in Davos, Switzerland during the World Economic Forum, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he has been unequivocal in his support for women who step forward with allegations like this.“I haven’t yet had the opportunity to speak directly with Kent, I will in the coming hours and we will have more to say before the plane lifts off tonight,” he said.This is not the first time Hehr has faced controversy over comments. He was alleged to have said to a group of thalidomide victims “we all have sob stories”, and in another incident when asked about why Ottawa continues to fight sick women, Hehr allegedly responded saying that it was a “loaded question” like “When did you stop beating your wife?”last_img read more

More talk than action on increasing caribou protection federal report

first_imgEnvironment Canada says that despite lots of talk on preserving caribou habitat little has been done.A report from the agency says not much has changed since a survey in April found significant gaps in protecting the threatened species from coast to coast.The report does list dozens of ongoing negotiations, draft plans and provincial promises to restore caribou populations to sustainable levels.But it concludes problems first outlined nine months ago persist.Chief among those is that provincial agencies that license development on caribou habitat aren’t required to follow federal environmental laws.Environmental groups say that sooner or later federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna will have to step in with emergency protection orders for some of the vanishing herds.They also say the report shows few new areas to protect caribou have been created.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Alberta rail plan results from oil curtailment plan mistakes Husky execs say

first_imgCALGARY, A.B. – The Alberta government’s decision to spend $3.7 billion to move more crude by rail was made necessary by its poorly considered move to impose production curtailments, executives with Husky Energy Inc. charged on Tuesday.The Calgary-based company, which has opposed curtailments as an unwelcome interference in the market, raised its level of criticism on a conference call to discuss its fourth-quarter results.Husky maintains that its integrated upstream and downstream operations and pipeline contracts had allowed it to continue to make profits even when discounts on western Canadian crude reached record levels last November. “In February and March … the province has said the curtailment is being reduced, but our quota went down,” he said. “So our curtailment went up when the provincial number went down. That’s why I’m a little confused as to how the math works.”He wouldn’t give Husky’s actual quota number but said the company has shut in some conventional heavy oil wells that will likely be too badly damaged to be started up again when curtailment ends.Shares in Husky Energy Inc. fell Tuesday after it reported fourth-quarter net income that missed expectations.Its results were hit by suspended production following an oil spill at its White Rose oilfield off the coast of St. John’s, N.L., a longer-than-expected maintenance shutdown at its refinery in Lima, Ohio, and lower oil prices. “For Husky, it’s absolutely a net negative because we were completely capturing the full value of the value chain prior to curtailment and all that’s happened is we’re producing less barrels now,” said CEO Rob Peabody.The province imposed production quotas as of Jan. 1 on larger producers designed to keep 325,000 barrels per day of crude off the market, supporting prices by opening space on full export pipelines and drawing down overflowing storage.Discounts quickly evaporated, leading to criticism from companies with refining and retail assets like Suncor Energy Inc. and Imperial Oil Ltd. _ who had opposed the production cuts _ that crude-by-rail was no longer profitable.Curtailment supporter Cenovus Energy Inc., however, said it would increase its crude-by-rail shipments as economics would likely improve over time.The province announced last month it would increase production quotas in February and March by 75,000 bpd due to declining storage levels.But Husky chief operating officer Rob Symonds said on the call Husky is actually being hit harder now than it was in January.center_img The Calgary-based company’s stock fell by as much as seven percent on the Toronto Stock Exchange to $14.86 in early afternoon trading.The company reported $216 million in net earnings in the last three months of 2018, versus analyst expectations of $257 million, according to Thomson Reuters Eikon.That compared with a profit of $672 million in the same quarter a year earlier.Production averaged 304,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day, down from 320,000 boe/d a year earlier.It expects output this year to average 290,000 to 305,000 boe/d, including oil curtailments and the loss of production from White Rose through at least the first quarter.last_img read more

Superwalk raises money awareness

Ball thought he’d had a heart attack in late 2008 when he lost use of the left side of his body.But after tests showed his heart was healthy, it only took a neurologist a couple minutes to make a diagnosis.“He said the good news is that you don’t have MS or cancer but you do have Parkinson’s. I didn’t know what it was. All I knew is that it was the Michael J. Fox shaky disease. I got smart in a hurry.”Ball and his family were among a small group of participants on Saturday at the Parkinson Canada Superwalk in Port Dover. There was also a fundraiser held Saturday at Brantford’s Mohawk Park.More than 4,000 registered walkers raised $2.25 million across Canada last year.Ball was leading Mitten Inc., makers of vinyl siding and other products, until 2012 when he was forced to leave the business because of his deteriorating health.“With Parkinson’s the more stress you put on yourself, the worse it gets. I had been travelling all over the world and I couldn’t do that anymore.“Everything hurts all the time. It takes twice the energy to do anything I used to do.” jpg, SR Gary Ball is surrounded by his family, including daughter Alyson Lindsay (left), grandsons Holden Lindsay and Jonas Lindsay and wife Mary Ellen Ball, at a fundraising walk for Parkinson’s held on Saturday at Powell Park in Port Dover. Ball was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2008. Michelle Ruby/Brantford Expositor Cathy Boose of Port Dover, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease two years ago, participated on Saturday in the Parkinson Canada Superwalk in Powell Park. Michelle Ruby/Brantford Expositor PORT DOVER – Gary Ball was the president and CEO of a thriving Brantford company overseeing hundreds of employees when Parkinson’s disease changed his life. jpg, SR Parkinson’s is a neurodegenerative disease. Movement is normally controlled by dopamine, a chemical that carries signals between the nerves in the brain. When cells that normally produce dopamine die, the symptoms of Parkinson’s appear.The most common symptoms are tremors, slowness and stiffness, impaired balance, and rigidity of the muscles. Also common are fatigue, soft speech, problems with handwriting, stooped posture, constipation, and sleep disturbances.Ball, who now lives in Port Dover, takes Levodopa (also called L-dopa) to help ease his stiff, rigid body parts.“I’m one of the lucky ones,” he said. “Without it, I couldn’t walk.”Cathy Boose was experiencing hand tremors and muscle weakness when she was diagnosed with Parkinson’s two years ago.The retired registered nurse who lives in Port Dover said she’s been able to control her symptoms with regular exercise and medication. Still, she says she has to fight through the fatigue “brain fog” brought on by the disease.“I go along and try to have a good attitude,” she said at Saturday’s fundraiser.Paul Scibetta, community development co-ordinator for Parkinson Canada in southwestern Ontario, said money raised by the kid- and dog-friendly walks goes toward Parkinson’s research, programs and services, printed educational material, and providing doctor and resource referrals to those living with the disease.Scibetta said one of the biggest obstacles facing people is the long wait time – up to 18 months – to see a specialist.Parkinson’s is the fastest-growing neurological condition in the world, prompting researchers to call it a pandemic. About 100,000 Canadians have it. Global prevalence of Parkinson’s is expected to double by 2040 from six million to 12 million.Ball’s wife Mary Ellen, daughter Alyson Lindsay, and grandsons Jonas Lindsay, 12, and nine-year-old Holden Lindsay were at Saturday’s walk to offer support.“I’ve seen first-hand what he goes through,” said Lindsay of her dad. “I watch him struggle every day. This is a man who had a business with 500 employees and was very hands on. He did everything for us. Now he sometimes can’t get out of bed, can’t put his shoes on. It’s a real eye-opener.”Ball, who used to organize fundraising walks in Brantford, said he raises money and participates in the events to help others.“I just don’t want anyone else to get it.” read more

Brock Media Clips for Monday Sept 11

Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.If you want to give your workplace a boost … hire some gamers: The work of Brock researchers was highlighted in a Dynamic Business article about the benefits of introducing gamers into a work environment.  Brock gets $3.8 million to research bees, brains and teen behaviour: News of Brock researchers receiving $3.8 million in funding from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada received coverage from the St. Catharines Standard (as well as all Postmedia Niagara dailies and weeklies), EZ Rock 105.7 and Erie Media.Worth reading — Tried and true manuals for success: Michael Armstrong, an associate professor in Brock’s Goodman School of Business, wrote a piece for The National Post about books he recommends that are meant to lead readers down the path to success.From Stoney Creek to Fort Hope, Rebecca Jerome’s first teaching job is an opportunity of a lifetime: Recent Brock graduate Rebecca Jerome was featured in a Hamilton Spectator article that explored her decision to head to a First Nations community to take on her first teaching job.Did we miss something? If you know of an appearance or story about a Brock faculty member, student, athlete or alumni, please drop us a line with a link to the story at universitycom@brocku.ca read more

Football Wayne Davis announces transfer from Ohio State

Redshirt sophomore safety Wayne Davis announced his intentions to transfer from Ohio State to continue his collegiate career elsewhere via Twitter on Thursday.New Chapter #GodsPlan pic.twitter.com/O7KYcQeDi7— Wayne Davis Jr (@Waynedavis1_) May 10, 2018Davis had three years of eligibility remaining, but did not see meaningful time at Ohio State, and looked to be remaining on the sidelines for the upcoming season.A consensus four-star recruit out of high school, Davis redshirted the 2016 season, but appeared in only two games for a total of 10 snaps last season. He was listed as the 335th prospect in the 2016 class, the 33rd cornerback and No. 7 prospect in the state of Virginia, according to 247Sports composite rankings.Following Davis’ transfer, Ohio State is now down to 85 scholarships, the mandated number the NCAA requires from any college team.Davis was unlikely to see playing time given the depth of safeties at Ohio State. Junior safety Jordan Fuller, who has already been announced as a probable starter, will likely be paired up with either sophomore Isaiah Pryor, sophomore Brendan White or redshirt sophomore Jahsen Wint for the 2018 season. read more

Semplici Donnarumma made the difference

first_imgLeonardo Semplici maintains SPAL could have mustered a point from the Milan game but for the brilliance of goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.The Spallini had taken the lead through Andrea Petagna, but Milan were too strong for them as they overturned the deficit to win 2-1 thanks to Samu Castillejo and Gonzalo Higuain“We played the game we needed to. Milan were in good shape and their strikers, including Suso, would shift the balance to cause us problems,” the Coach told Football Italia.Semplici warns SPAL as they play Atalanta tonight Manuel R. Medina – August 25, 2019 The SPAL manager, Leonardo Semplici, believes their rival tonight is “one of the strongest sides in Italy as they begging their 2019-2020 campaign.“In the second half, we really deserved a point and Gianluigi Donnarumma rescued the result for Milan at the end.“It’s disappointing because not every team comes to San Siro and plays with this degree of confidence, so leaving with a defeat inevitably creates regrets.“We had found a tactical way to shut down Suso, whereas with 3-5-2 we had struggled with our positioning. Now we go into 2019 and must secure our place in Serie A because we’ve proved we are not just passing through.”last_img read more

Vancouver woman involved in fatal Oregon crash

first_imgA Vancouver woman was identified as the driver of a fatal crash that was discovered at least 12 hours later on the Oregon Coast. A hitchhiker along Highway 101 just north of Cannon Beach, Ore. heard cries for help and spotted a crashed car 40 feet down a heavily wooded embankment Sunday evening, according to Oregon State Police. Emergency crews were notified about 8:30 p.m., and responded to find Gabriela Rayon, 21, of Vancouver seriously injured and her passenger, Ruth A. Delgado, 23, of Los Angeles, deceased. Authorities said that Rayon was driving a 2004 Chevrolet four-door south on Highway 101 when for an unconfirmed reason the car left the roadway and went down an embankment. The passenger side of the car struck a tree and the vehicle then came to rest on the ground in heavy brush among the trees and was not visible from the roadway. The crash apparently occurred at least 12 hours prior to the hitchhiker spotting the car, according to state patrol. Rayon was taken to Columbia Memorial Hospital in Astoria but was later transferred to Legacy Emanuel Medical Center in Portland where she is listed in fair condition. Oregon State Patrol is continuing its investigation into the crash.last_img read more

NOW HIRING 10 New Job Openings In Wilmington

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are some of the newest job openings in Wilmington:Part-Time Substitute Minivan Driver at Wilmington Public SchoolsFull-Time Junior Bookkeeper at New England Carpenters Benefit FundsFull-Time & Part-Time Crew Members & Shift Leaders at Dunkin DonutsFull-Time HVAC Tech at G&P Service ContractorsFull-Time Shift Supervisor at Panera BreadFull-Time Team Leader (Night Shift) at DSM Full-Time Hair Stylist at Hair CutteryFull-Time Content Specialist at Charles River LabsFull-Time HR Manager at Lubrizol CorporationFull-Time Teacher at May Institute(NOTE: Wilmington businesses — Feel free to send me your job postings at wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.)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 wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedNOW HIRING: 10 New Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”NOW HIRING: 10 New Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”NOW HIRING: 10 New Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”last_img read more

Will the Samsung Galaxy S10 come cryptocurrencyready

first_img Sprint Galaxy S10,very nice!source:@GregiPfister89 pic.twitter.com/KS2wSNpWQJ— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) January 23, 2019 Abt Electronics Tags $899 Post a comment CNET may get a commission from retail offers. How To • How to take badass car photos with your Galaxy S10 Plus See It Blockchain is an encryption technology best known for underpinning bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. But investor ardor over bitcoin has waned in the past year, with the cryptocurrency trading for about $3,555 on Wednesday after being worth more than $17,000 in December 2017.Samsung is widely expected to unveil the Galaxy S10 at an Upacked event in San Francisco on Feb. 20. Cryptocurrency support aside, the 10th edition of its flagship Galaxy S series is also expected to come in three configurations and feature an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner, six cameras (four on the back and two more on the front), and a “Bright Night” mode for low-light photos.And, of course, we’ve also heard a lot about a foldable “Galaxy X” for months.Samsung didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. See it See It Phones Mentioned Above Samsung Galaxy S10 (128GB, prism black)center_img Blockchain Bitcoin Samsung 0 See It Share your voice $899 Best Buy $899 If you need a smartphone that will also work as a mobile cryptocurrency wallet, Samsung may have a handset for you.Photos tweeted by leaker Ice universe on Wednesday purport to show the Samsung Galaxy S10 with support for cryptocurrencies and sporting a Blockchain KeyStore. Text on the handset’s screen calls the KeyStore a “secure and convenient place for your cryptocurrency.” Samsung Galaxy S10 $899 Review • Galaxy S10 review: As good as the S10 Plus, in a smaller package News • Samsung Galaxy S10, S10E and S10 Plus updates are already waiting for youlast_img read more

Alaska News Nightly May 14 2014

first_imgIndividual news stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprn.Download AudioCouples’ Decision To Fight Alaska’s Same-Sex Marriage Ban A Personal OneAlexandra Gutierrez, APRN – JuneauFive gay couples are behind the lawsuit challenging Alaska’s ban on same-sex marriage. The suit was filed Monday in federal court. And in this case, the political is especially personal.Diesel Fuel Spilled Into Nushagak RiverMike Mason, KDLG – DillinghamA vessel transiting the Nushagak River apparently hit something overnight that punctured a fuel tank.  An estimated 2,000 gallons of diesel fuel leaked from the vessel.East High School Most Diverse In NationAnne Hillman, KSKA – AnchorageSeniors from most of Anchorage’s high schools are graduating this week and next. The district’s high schools rank among the most diverse in the nation. East high tops that list with more than 2,000 kids from every corner of the world.APICDA Tries to Draw Graduate Students Back Home Lauren Rosenthal, KUCB – UnalaskaCommunity development quota, or CDQ groups, are supposed to harness some of the wealth from western Alaska’s booming fisheries. They all invest in education, by handing out scholarships to coastal residents.But, one CDQ group is changing the way it invests in graduate students, to get the returns it wants.Unalaska Tallies Cost of Blasting Issues at Wastewater Plant, Landfill Annie Ropeik, KUCB – UnalaskaIt’s been a year since Unalaska started uncovering big problems with a major construction project in town. Work is moving forward on the city’s wastewater treatment plant. But, the city is still trying to put a price on the damage done.Copper River Salmon Fishing Kicks Off ThursdayTony Gorman, KCHU – ValdezThe Copper River commercial fishing season kicks off Thursday morning.Old And Bold Pilots: Chuck SassaraLori Townsend, APRN – AnchorageAlaska is celebrating a century of aviation. As part of an occasional series on Alaska aviators, we’re gathering stories of flying. Chuck Sassara came to Alaska in 1955 after graduating from UCLA. He and his wife Ann drove the Alaska Highway in a VW bus. He got a job the day they got to Anchorage with Pacific Northern Airlines.last_img read more

Prabhas dance moves in the teaser of song Psycho Saiyaan from Saaho

first_imgPrabhas’ dance move SaahoTwitterIn a never-seen-before avatar, Prabhas has worn the dancing shoes for Saaho. The teaser of its first song Psycho Saiyaan has his oozing oomph and swag while he swoons to the rhythm of the catchy glimpses from the song.The actor who is known for his charming self, modest demeanour and the masculine outlook is seen donning a new skin for the character by wearing a dancer’s robe. Dancing alongside the sizzling Shraddha Kapoor, Prabhas has already made our hearts sway in this dancing number. So much so, that as soon as the teaser dropped, the fans went berserk over various social media platforms and the tension is real!The song is set to be another hit on the charts and is sure to have everyone groove on the dance floors in every party. Psycho Saiyaan is all set to release on July 8 and the audience absolutely can’t keep calm.Ever since the first glimpse of Prabhas was released by the makers with the series of Shades of Saaho from the film, the female fans of the actor have gone all gaga over his new look and have not shied away from pouring in all their love for the star who holds a pan India appeal. Prabhas’ dance move SaahoTwitterPrabhas’ popularity has seen no boundaries after the orbit breaking blockbuster film Baahubali franchise success which has garnered international acclaim as well. Ever since the fast – paced, action packed teaser has been released, the audience cannot stop gushing over Prabhas.The actor shot to fame with his fantasy adventure movie Baahubali: The Beginning, which released in 2015. The second instalment of the franchise Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has been the highest grosser films ever in the history of Indian cinema. Prabhas who has dedicated five years to the shoot of Baahubali was showered with multiple offers during the shoot of the film, however, Prabhas chose to focus only on the magnum opus.The actor will be next seen in the big-budget film ‘Saaho’ alongside Shraddha Kapoor and his next movie under the direction of ‘Jil’ fame Radha Krishna Kumar. The working title of the movie is ‘Amour’ along with Pooja Hegde.last_img read more

2 including policeman killed in road crash

first_imgRoad accident illustration by Prothom AloTwo men including a police officer were killed and another one injured in a head-on collision between a truck and CNG auto rickshaw in Kaladi Petrol Pump area of Rupganj, Narayanganj Sunday night.The deceased are polce constable Saimon Islam, 25, of Narsingdi district police and a businessman Shipon Chandra Das, 38, of Badda in the capital city.Sub inspector Rashedul Islam of Bholabo Police Investigation Centre at Rupganj police station confirmed the media about the accident. Two passengers of the auto rickshaw were killed on the spot and another one injured as it collided head-on with a Rangpur bound truck from Chattogram at the Kaladi Petrol Pump area at around 11:00pm Sunday, the SI said. The bodies were sent to Narayanganj General Hospital for autopsy, said the officer in charge (OC) of Rupganj police station.The driver and his assistant were held and kept in the police station for interrogation and a case is being filed, he added.last_img read more

What were the most popular Google searches in Costa Rica in 2013

first_imgRelated posts:The 10 most popular Tico Times stories of 2013 The 10 most popular items Ticos buy online Our most popular stories from last month (March ’14) Our most popular stories last month — April ’14 Searches for the current events topic Corea del Norte (“North Korea”) finished second. “Minions”, a type of character from the movie “Mi Villano Favorito 2” (“Despicable Me 2”), placed third. “Mi Villano Favorito 2” was the most Googled movie of 2013 in Costa Rica, just beating out Iron Man 3.Three stars who died premature deaths in 2013 also made the list. They were 31-year-old Glee star Cory Monteith (No. 4; drug overdose), 41-year-old Mexican soap opera actress Karla Álvarez (No. 6; respiratory failure) and 58-year-old Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez (No. 10; cancer). Monteith and the Harlem Shake (no. 8), a series of fleetingly amusing dance videos, finished in the top 10 of Costa Rica Google searches and global searches. (The global list was topped by South Africa’s first black president Nelson Mandela and movie star Paul Walker — two more personalities who died in 2013). The most popularGoogle trends of the year in Costa Rica showed an affection for viral videos and a morbid interest in celebrity deaths — just like the rest of the world. Trends are defined as searches that saw the biggest increase between 2012 and 2013. Google released the Tico trending topics in mid-December as part of its annual Zeitgeist charts. The viral hit El Pollito Pío (“The cheeping chicken”) topped the list here. It’s essentially an animated version of “Old McDonald Had a Farm” version with an uglier twist at the end. The tractor on the farm goes “bruum bruum” over the cheeping chicken. That example of not-so-sublime entertainment garnered more than 300 million views worldwide.  center_img The most popular How To search was “How to braid your hair” (perhaps inspired by the hero of the Hunger Games series). The list also featured “How to lose weight”, “How to learn English”, and “How to kiss”. There’s no shame in the last one, which also made the last of global “how to” searches. Everybody on the Internet wants to learn the secret to smooching.The “What is…” searches appeared more eclectic. Some seemed based in hypochondria, others were downright philosophical. Topping the list in Costa Rica was the question: “What is LOL?” – Internet shorthand for “laughing out loud”. Other searches asked “What is hemophilia?”, “What is lupus?”, “What is bullying?”, “What is sexuality?” and “What is democracy?”. Finishing sixth on the list was the very meta question, “What is the Internet?”Lea Michele, Monteith’s girlfriend and Glee co-star, was the most Googled musical act in Costa Rica. She finished just ahead of metal pioneers Black Sabbath (who toured Costa Rica in November) and Tica pop star Debi Nova.Facebook and YouTube led the list for most popular websites in Costa Rica. The always helpful Google Translate site landed at No. 6.The overall most popular searches of the year (not trends) included Christian music, funny videos, horoscopes, song lyrics and Disney. Most Popular Trends of 20131. El Pollito Pío2. Corea del Norte (“North Korea”)3. Minions 4. Cory Monteith5. Miss Universo 2013 (“Miss Universe 2013”)6. Karla Álvarez7. Radios en vivo (“Streaming radio”)8. Harlem Shake9. Juegos Centroamericanos (“Central American Games”)10. Hugo ChávezCómo… (“How to…”) searches1. Cómo hacer trenzas (“How to make a braid”)2. Cómo sacar porcentajes (“How to take percentages”)3. Cómo pintar uñas (“How to paint your nails”)4. Cómo besar (“How to kiss”)5. Cómo adelgazar (“How to lose weight“)6. Cómo llegar (“How to get to…”)7. Cómo aprender inglés (“How to learn English”)8. Cómo maquillarse (“How to put on make-up)9. Cómo actualizar android (“How to update an Android phone”)10. Cómo tocar guitarra (“How to play guitar”)Qué es… (“What is…?”) searches1. Qué es LOL (“What is LOL*?”)2. Qué es ciencia (“What is science?”)3. Qué hora es (“What time is it?”)4. Qué es hemofilia (“What is hemophilia?”)5. Qué es XD (“What is XD**?”)6. Qué es Internet (“What is the Internet?”)7. Qué es sexualidad (“What is sexuality?”)8. Qué es bullying (“What is bullying?”)8. Qué es lupus (“What is lupus?”)10. Qué es democracia (“What is democracy***?”)*Laughing out loud**A sideways face that’s laughing. ***Democracy is the worst form of government, except for all those other forms. Websites1. Facebook2. YouTube3. Hotmail4. Google5. Gmail6. Google Translate7. CRAutos8. Yahoo9. Amazon10. La NaciónSee the full list: http://www.google.com/trends/topcharts?date=2013#geo=CR&date=2013 Facebook Commentslast_img read more

Burkina Faso party of ousted president picks new candidate

first_img Comments   Share   “I will be the candidate of the youth, the elders, the women and all generations,” Comboigo said. “We are still the majority in this country.”At least 10 politicians have so far declared their candidacy for the October vote. A new electoral law says anyone who supported Compaore’s bid to stay in office can’t stand in the election, though the party has filed a complaint against transitional authorities over the code with a West African regional court.Addressing his supporters, Comboigo on Saturday also asked for prayers for peace in Burkina Faso, which the head of the transition said in a brief statement Friday night was on the brink of “chaos and disorder.”A chief source of tension is an ongoing dispute between transition officials and the elite Presidential Security Regiment, which has called for the resignation of the prime minister — a former second-in-command of the unit — and three ministers who are also soldiers.Michel Kafando, the transition president, said any “adventurers” looking to disrupt the transition process could face international courts.A new body that includes traditional and religious leaders has been set up to try to facilitate dialogue between military officials and leaders in the transitional government. Sponsored Stories New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. OUAGADOUGOU, Burkina Faso (AP) — Burkina Faso’s ruling party on Saturday nominated a former lawmaker as its presidential candidate in a vote scheduled for October, one year after a popular uprising forced longtime President Blaise Compaore to resign and flee the country.Eddie Comboigo, an accountant, accepted the nomination Saturday at a packed stadium in the capital, Ouagadougou. During his speech, he asked for a standing ovation for Compaore, whom he credited with having set Burkina Faso on a path to modernity during his 27 years in office despite widespread complaints about corruption and misrule. Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Top Stories Parents, stop beating yourself up Mesa family survives lightning strike to home Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Arizona families, Arizona farms: working to produce high-quality milk Four benefits of having a wireless security systemlast_img read more

Virgin partnership with Etihad prospers

first_imgImage Source: Herald Sun Virgin Australia has released a statement confirming it has bested Qantas in on-time performance for the Financial Year 2012, while its current alignment with Etihad is proving to be extremely successful. According to BITRE statistics published last week, Virgin Australia branded and group airlines tallied an on-time performance rate of 82.7 percent, exceeding Qantas brand airlines (81.2 percent) and Qantas group airlines (80.1 percent). Virgin Australia chief John Borghetti was pleased with these results and excited about Virgin’s current prosperity with partner airline, Etihad Airways. “We set ourselves a target of achieving certain goals within three years,” Mr Borghetti said. “We’ve just entered the third year and we’ve almost achieved all of them.” Virgin’s domestic business in Australia has doubled in recent years thanks to its partnership with airlines such as Singapore Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Etihad and Air New Zealand, according to the Courier Mail.”In fact, it’s almost trebled, so it’s been a very beneficial relationship, as have the other relationships we have,” Mr Borghetti said on ABC-TV’s Inside Business. Etihad recently increased its stake in Virgin Australia by 5 percent, following approval from the Foreign Investment Review Board, now totalling a 10 percent share. In June of this year, Qantas Airways chief Alan Joyce expressed fears Etihad’s growing stake in Australia would undercut profitability on domestic routes and may force the airline to reduce a number of its services. Mr Borghetti has dismissed the concerns. “There’s a lot of misinformation and a lot of jumping at shadows in the market and I think people should take a cold shower,” he said. “There is no massive capacity share grab here.” Etihad Airways chief executive James Hogan labelled Qantas’ attack on the Abu-Dhabi based carrier as “disappointing” and “not representative of the market or the country or the people.” Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.Tlast_img read more

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