Delighted Klopp urges players to stay focussed

first_imgJurgen Klopp refused to get carried away with the growing expectation that Liverpool can lift the league title for the first time in 29 years saying his players must stay focussed after they thrashed Arsenal 5-1 on Saturday. Roberto Firmino’s hat-trick — the first by a Liverpool player against the Gunners since Peter Crouch in 2007 — as well as a goal apiece by Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane ensured Liverpool’s front three all scored in the same league game for the first time this season. It gives Liverpool a nine point advantage over Tottenham Hotspur who surprisingly slipped up 3-1 at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers and 10 over champions Manchester City, who play Southampton on Sunday. Klopp, though, kept his feet firmly on the ground especially with a potentially title-defining clash away at Manchester City on Thursday. “All over it was a good performance against a good opponent and our reaction (to going behind to an early goal) was just brilliant,” he told BT Sport. Klopp said Tottenham’s loss had not affected his players at all. “For sure Tottenham’s result people out there reacted, but not inside the dressing room where they were completely concentrated on the match and not allowed to have that influence our game. “That is how I want the team to stay which is to be concentrated nothing else.” Liverpool’s outstanding central defender Virgil van Dijk, who has added the solidity to a defence which was once a real weakness in the side, said they were not the finished article yet but it was a good moment to be a member of the Liverpool squad. “We still need to improve a lot of things but we are very happy with where we are at the moment we have to keep intensity high and continue in this way,” the 27-year-old told BT Sport. “Anything is possible. We are in a good way, it’s tough but it’s a great time to be a Liverpool player.” Van Dijk’s fellow defender Scottish international full-back Andy Robertson said the City game had been on their minds but they had so far done the business without letting it distract them. “(Manchester City) is a huge one,” the 24-year-old told BT Sports. “Everyone in the squad has been looking at it. “But in December we’ve knocked the games off one by one and we’ve now got a healthy lead. We look forward to it.” Catch up on all the latest sports news and updates here. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/mid-day.com reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoeverlast_img read more

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Crown wants 9 year sentence for man convicted of attempting to leave

first_imgMONTREAL – The Crown is seeking a nine-year prison sentence for a man convicted of attempting to leave Canada to join the Islamic State.The defence has countered with a recommendation of six-and-a-half years for Ismael Habib.Habib, 29, has also been found guilty of giving false information to obtain a passport.Both sides made sentencing arguments on Thursday before Quebec court Judge Serge Delisle.In arguing for a nine-year prison term, prosecutor Lyne Decarie noted there was premeditation on Habib’s part, while defence attorney Charles Montpetit suggested six-and-a-half years minus the nearly 27 months Habib has served in pre-trial custody.Habib is the first adult in Canada to be convicted after going to trial on the charge of attempting to leave Canada to join the Islamic State.There are two other cases involving the charge — one of an Ontario man who pleaded guilty and another of a Montreal teen convicted following a trial in youth court.Habib was ensnared by an RCMP-led sting operation, in which he admitted to an undercover agent posing as a crime boss that he wanted to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State.He argued he simply had been trying to reunite with his family in Daesh territory.The judge is expected to render a decision at the end of September.last_img read more

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BIG BROTHER CANADA HOST ARISA COX ON SEASON 6 ENTERING THE AFTERLIFE

first_imgThe show is flirting with life and death once again with this season’s theme of heaven and hell. Houseguests will arrive through heaven’s gates, only to descent into a hellish landscape as the game goes on. “I was blown away [when I saw it],” says Cox. “Pete Faragher is our production designer and him and his team work such miracles.”One particular sore spot will be for the Have-Nots, whose living quarters are akin to a dungeon, with a tomb and eerie green liquid covering the floor. “That is going to be a rough one,” Cox admits. “But, you know what, when you really want to win the game, you’re going to withstand just about anything Big Brother can throw at you.” Advertisement Advertisement Facebook Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Twitter Defying the odds once again, Big Brother Canada is back for a sixth season of drama, backstabbing, and all the twists Canada can handle.Global pulled a twist of its very own after reviving Big Brother Canada from the brink of death. The reality hit was put on an indefinite hiatus following its fifth season, but after receiving immediate feedback from heartbroken fans, the decision was made to bring it back for Season 6. Among those thrilled about the return is long-time host Arisa Cox, who told The TV Junkies that the new season feels extra special this year, knowing it almost didn’t happen. “It took a lot of people working behind the scenes to [green-light Season 6], but none of that would have worked had the fans not felt that this was something they wanted to fight for,” says Cox. “That makes me feel that we have even more of a responsibility to do our best work.”last_img read more

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Alexander First Nation family says band council ignoring mould worries

first_imgAPTN National NewsA family from Alexander First Nation in Alberta says mould in their home is causing worry.And the family says the band council is doing little to help.APTN’s Chris Stewart has this story.last_img

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Innu chief found not guilty of sexrelated charges against minor

first_imgDanielle Rochette APTN News The chief of the Innu community of Uashat-Maliotenam on Quebec’s North Shore was found not guilty of sex-related charges against a minor last week.Mike McKenzie had been charged in June 2016 for alleged incidents that took place than fifteen years ago between June 15, 2000 and May 20, 2001.He said Justice Michel Dionne’s decision puts an end to “several difficult months” for himself and his family.“Today, I turn the page on this painful episode. From now on, I intend to devote myself entirely to my role as head of Uashat mak Mani-utenam,” said McKenzie.McKenzie’s lawyer Jean-Luc Desmarais underlined the contradictory testimony from the victim.But for the Crown prosecutor Steve Beaupré the victim was sincere in her testimony despite some contradictions.He add that the fact that the victim made the accusations during the 2016 election campaign did not make her less credible and he did not rule out the possibility of appealing the case.“It’s possible,” said Beaupré. “It takes a point of law on which to rely. In cases like this, it is the credibility of the complainant against that of the accused.”Quebec Native Women’s Association was surprised of the verdict.“This acquittal is not only deplorable for the victim and her family, but it also sends a contradictory message to Aboriginal women and girls who want to denounce once and for all the acts of violence against them,” the association said in a statement to APTN News.drochette@aptn.calast_img read more

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Emerge Energy says new frac sand terminal in Buick to open in

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Fort Worth, Texas-based Emerge Energy Services says that its subsidiary, Superior Silica Sands LLC, has signed an agreement with Torq Energy Logistics Ltd. to open a new frac sand terminal in Buick, which is approximately 70 kilometres northwest of Fort St. John.Emerge Energy says that the 10-acre frac sand terminal is located along the CN Rail line between Fort St. John and Fort Nelson, which will allow the company to have sand brought directly from its facility in Barron, Wisconsin.Including this new terminal, Emerge Energy will have four strategically-located Western Canadian terminals and 12 total active terminals across North America. Construction of the terminal is expected to be complete by the middle of August, and the site will initially accept shipments with rail-to-truck storage capacity for 45 railcars.Emerge says that the terminal also has the capability to expand to handle frac sand shipments from unit trains.“This new terminal in Buick highlights the importance of Western Canada to our business and our commitment to serving key customers in the growing Montney shale play,” said Emerge Energy CEO Rick Shearer. “We continue to see the Western Canadian region as one of our home markets since we have low-cost, direct access on the CN and long-standing relationships with customers active in the area. The CN has been a crucial partner for over six years, and we are excited about enhancing this relationship as we expand our presence in Western Canada. Contracting with Torq is also exciting in that we are furthering our strategy of using third-party terminal providers to capitalize on their logistics and operating expertise while we preserve our capital for high-return mining and processing projects. Torq has a strong reputation in the energy logistics industry, and we are confident that they will do an outstanding job managing this important facility. Finally, we are in the late stages of contracting with a key Canadian customer on a take-or-pay basis. We look forward to a bright future for northern white sand demand in the Western Canadian market.”Torq currently operates seven rail terminals in Western Canada and will build and operate the facility.last_img read more

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Rainfall warning issued for Fort Nelson heavy rain still expected in the

first_imgSee the full warning for the Fort Nelson region below.4:43 AM PDT Wednesday 24 July 2019Rainfall warning in effect for:Fort NelsonRain, at times heavy, is expected.A heavy band of rain is expected to develop this afternoon in the Fort Nelson region as an area of low pressure forms in Alberta. Heavy rain is forecast to continue tonight before easing throughout the day on Thursday.Rainfall amounts of 40 to 70 mm are expected through tonight. There are some uncertainties on the exact location of the heaviest rain in the region. Local amounts approaching 100 mm may be possible if the band becomes more slow-moving than expected. If visibility is reduced while driving, turn on your lights and maintain a safe following distance. Watch for possible washouts near rivers, creeks and culverts.Rainfall warnings are issued when significant rainfall is expected.Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to BCstorm@canada.ca or tweet reports using #BCStorm. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Environment Canada has revised its forecast with the North Peace should now receive less rain, but Fort Nelson could see up to 100 mm.A rainfall warning has been issued for Fort Nelson.  A heavy band of rain could develop Wednesday afternoon in the Fort Nelson region.  Rainfall amounts could be anywhere from 40 to 70 mm are expected through Thursday. If the storm moves even slower than expected, rainfall totals could reach 100 mm.In the North Peace, the forecast now calls for 10 to 15 mm during the day on Wednesday and another 5 to 10 mm Wednesday evening.  last_img read more

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Bail granted to 51 remanded over Thambuttegama protest

The protesters marched along the streets blocking traffic along the Kurunegala-Anuradhapura road and vented their over a move to use water from the Rajanganaya Tank for a water project. After a heated exchange of words with the Police the mob surrounded the Thambuttegama Police Station and attacked it with stones. The Thambuttegama Magistrate today granted bail to 51 people who were arrested and remanded over the recent protest in Thambuttegama.The Police had arrested the suspects during the protest last week and they were produced before the Thambuttegama Magistrate Court and remanded till today. The Police later used water cannons and tear gas to disperse the mob. (Colombo Gazette) read more

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Without urgent action now lagging millennium health goals will be missed UN

Many developing countries will not reach the health-related goals set by the United Nations Millennium Summit, such as slashing infant and maternal death rates, unless clear action is taken at once, followed by a concerted effort over the next 12 years, the UN World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Bank warned today. Representatives of governments, donor and development agencies, UN agencies and recipient countries are meeting in Geneva today and tomorrow to assess progress so far towards meeting the health goals and to map out what needs to be done if the world is to stand a realistic chance of reaching them. At the Summit in 2000, 189 States committed themselves to eight ambitious Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for improving the health and well-being of hundreds of millions of people in the developing world by 2015. Four of them relate to health: to reduce maternal mortality by three-quarters and child mortality by two-thirds, halve the proportion of people who suffer from hunger, combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other infectious diseases, and improve access to safe drinking water and essential drugs. “When these kinds of targets are set, it seems too soon to take urgent action, and then, after a few short years, it seems too late,” WHO Director-General Lee Jong-wook said in a statement in Geneva. “Where the targets are the product of a large consensus there is also the hazard of everyone waiting for everyone else to risk making the first move. We still have time to avoid these pitfalls with the targets for 2015, but to do so we have to act now.” The World Bank estimates that progress against child mortality has been so slow that no sub-Saharan African country is on target to reach that MDG. At the current pace in the developing world as a whole, only 16 per cent of countries – representing 19 per cent of the developing world’s population – are on track for this goal. Similarly, only 17 per cent of developing countries are likely to meet the maternal mortality goal; here, Latin America and the Caribbean fare worst, with just 4.2 per cent of countries on track. In addition, only 40 per cent of developing countries are on track to reach the malnutrition target. “Even with general economic growth and faster progress on the non-health MDGs, many regions will still miss many of the health MDG targets,” said World Bank President James Wolfensohn. “We need to look at measures such as committing increased resources to meeting the health-related MDGs, and using those resources more effectively in countries.” read more

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Lock leads Missouri in rout of Arkansas

COLUMBIA, Mo. — In his final home game, Missouri quarterback Drew Lock rushed for two touchdowns and threw for two more as the Tigers beat Arkansas 38-0 on a damp and dreary Friday.Lock completed 16 of 25 passes for 221 yards, surpassing the 3,000-yard mark for the third straight season. Emanuel Hall caught both touchdown passes and finished with six receptions for 153 yards. Larry Rountree rushed 29 times for 119 yards to exceed 1,000 yards for the season.The Tigers (8-4, 4-4 Southeastern Conference) took advantage of two turnovers to take control early in the second quarter.Arkansas quarterback Ty Storey threw a pass into the chest of linebacker Terez Hall, whose interception set up Lock for his second rushing touchdown of the game. On the next possession, Missouri defensive tackle Jordan Elliott blindsided Storey, and defensive end Akial Byers — a native of Fayetteville, Arkansas — pounced on the fumble in the end zone as the Tigers took a 21-0 lead.It was a forgettable end to a difficult debut season for Arkansas coach Chad Morris. The Razorbacks (2-10, 0-8) managed just 187 total yards. Freshman Connor Noland replaced Storey in the second quarter and completed 5 of 17 passes for 98 yards.Elliott had three sacks for the Tigers after entering the game with no sacks in the first 11 games.Coach Barry Odom improved to 3-0 against Arkansas, which is Missouri’s designated SEC cross-division rival. Overall, Missouri is 4-1 against the Razorbacks since joining the SEC.THE TAKEAWAYArkansas: The Razorbacks posted their fewest wins since going 2-8 in 1952. This is the second time Arkansas went winless in SEC play. In Bret Bielema’s first season as coach in 2013, the Razorbacks were 0-8.Missouri: In an effort to boost sagging attendance, Odom publicly offered to buy tickets to Friday’s game for any fans who wanted to attend. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that MU took orders for 5,537 tickets, with an estimated cost to Odom of $138,425. But heavy rain and temperatures in the 40s no doubt kept fans away as attendance was announced at 52,482 but appeared far smaller than that.UP NEXTArkansas: Morris will have plenty of time to put the finishing touches on a promising recruiting class that already has 24 verbal commitments and is ranked No. 12 nationally by Rivals.com.Missouri: The Tigers will play in their second straight bowl game and their 11th in the last 14 years.Joe Walljasper, The Associated Press read more

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Football DreMont Jones Erick Smith and Antonio Williams did not travel with

OSU linebackers Jerome Baker (17), Dre’Mont Jones (86) and Chase Young (2) prepare for a play during the 2017 season opener vs Indiana. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorOhio State will be without three players, including two starters, in Saturday night’s game against Rutgers, the school announced Saturday less than an hour before kickoff.Redshirt sophomore defensive tackle Dre’Mont Jones will miss Saturday night’s game against Rutgers as he scraped his leg on a locker and injured it after a practice this week. The injury required stitches and he might miss future games, according to a team spokesman.Redshirt senior safety Erick Smith did not travel with the team and will not play for undisclosed reasons. Sophomore running back Antonio Williams also did not make the trip and is dealing with an undisclosed medical issue, the press release stated.Jones is the second starting defensive tackle Ohio State will not have. Michael Hill has been suspended indefinitely since the beginning of the year due to undisclosed reasons. Without Smith, sophomore safety Jordan Fuller will start for Ohio State. Freshman Isaiah Pryor will likely be the backup at both safety positions. read more

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Google TVs Getting Delayed After Bad Reception Rumor

first_imgGoogle TV was suppose to be center stage for ces 2011. According to a report by The New York Times, however, we might not be seeing all that much out of the service as the country’s largest consumer electronics show.Google has reportedly asked Toshiba, LG, and Sharp to hold off on debuting their entries, thanks to poor early reviews of the Google TV software. According to The Times, the request “caught some of the manufacturers off guard.”AdChoices广告Google chalked the news up to “rumors and speculation” and refused to comment on it, saying generically, “Our long-term goal is to collaborate with a broad community of consumer electronics manufacturers to help drive the next-generation TV-watching experience, and we look forward to working with other partners to bring more devices to market in the coming years.”Units from Sony and Logitech have already hit the market, of course. Samsung will apparently be the one manufacturer to introduce Google TV hardware at ces. Toshiba, for its part, seems to have confirmed that it won’t be introducing complementary hardware for the show.Said a Toshiba exec, “We will not be announcing a Toshiba TV or Blu-ray player or demonstrating the products at C.E.S. We have an understanding with Google about the future product roadmap and will bring the right product out at the right time frame.”last_img read more

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One in five people in favour of giving banned drink drivers exemptions

first_img Image: Shutterstock/onsuda By Hayley Halpin “My initial sense is one of scepticism.”The poll was carried out by Amarach Research on Monday with more than 1,000 adults in the Republic of Ireland.  “Absolutely no question of countenancing any idea of exempting anyone. This idea is a non-runner,” Ross said. “If the vinters want to suggest ways of stopping driving drinking alcohol, let’s hear them,” he said.  Mar 9th 2019, 8:00 AM The Bill will not be amended. No exceptions. We have introduced lifesaving legislation. We will not be diluting it. Speaking to the media on Monday, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said that his initial sense is that he’d be “sceptical about it as a proposal that’s workable”. “If someone is banned from driving they’re banned for a reason. If you were to make an exception around travelling to and from work I’d wonder about the enforceability of that,” Varadkar said. How would you establish whether they were or not going to and from work? What if their job involved driving around the place, if they were a GP or a public health nurse or a taxi driver? https://jrnl.ie/4524554 One in five people in favour of giving banned drink drivers exemptions to drive to work That’s according to a survey carried out for RTÉ’s Claire Byrne Live. Minister for Transport @Shane_RossTD responds to calls for convicted drink drivers to be given ‘limited licenses’ to allow them to drive to work. #TonightVMTV pic.twitter.com/hPBrC88j3Q— The Tonight Show (@TonightVMTV) March 4, 2019 Short URLcenter_img Image: Shutterstock/onsuda 12,577 Views Source: The Tonight Show/Twitter 70 Comments Saturday 9 Mar 2019, 8:00 AM Share8 Tweet Email ONE IN FIVE people in Ireland think convicted drink drivers should be given an exemption from their driving ban in order to drive to work. According to a survey carried out by Amarach Research for RTÉ’s Claire Byrne Live, 66% of people in Ireland said convicted drink drivers should not be given an exemption from their driving ban, while 21% said they should. 13% of respondents were unsure. The poll comes after The Sunday Business Post last week reported that junior transport minister Brendan Griffin has asked officials to study a system currently operating in New Zealand. In New Zealand, banned drivers can apply for an exemption if a driving ban causes them “extreme hardship”, such as a need to get to work.Applicants for a limited licence in New Zealand have to apply to a court and prove that not being able to drive causes extreme hardship to themselves or undue hardship to someone else, such as an employer or dependents. In a statement to Virgin Media’s Tonight Show on Monday, Minister Ross said “this idea is a non-runner”.  Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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Brady leads Patriots back to Super Bowl

first_imgFOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Give ’em a hand: Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are heading back to the Super Bowl.Brady shook off a hand injury and threw a 4-yard touchdown pass to Danny Amendola with 2:48 remaining, rallying the Patriots to a 24-20 comeback victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars in the AFC championship Sunday.Brady, wearing a black bandage on his right hand after needing stitches to close a cut that happened on a play during practice earlier in the week, showed no signs of being hampered.And, with the game — and the season — possibly on the line, the Patriots star came up big again.“I’ve had a lot worse,” Brady said. “I didn’t know that on Wednesday. It was a crazy injury. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday was a little scary. Then I started getting some confidence and today we did just enough to win.”Brady finished 26 of 38 for 290 yards and two touchdowns to Amendola for the Patriots (15-3), who’ll play Philadelphia in Minneapolis on Feb. 4.It’s the eighth Super Bowl appearance for Brady and coach Bill Belichick, who have won five times — including last year’s 34-28 overtime rally against the Atlanta Falcons.“It’s pretty amazing. Just to be on a team that wins these kinds of games, it’s just a great accomplishment,” Brady said. “I’m just so proud of everyone on our team, we made so many great plays. Defense played so great when they needed to.”last_img read more

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WHS VOLLEYBALL Wildcats Go 21 For The Week With Wins Over Triton

first_imgAs you can see from the scores, this was a very competitive match. Both teams fought very hard. Brittany Cimaglia got Wilmington out to 4-0 lead on very strong serving, but we struggled against Wakefields first server, giving up eight straight points to fall behind 4-8. We were very happy with the way that our team fought back after that to finally win the set 26-24. Sometimes losing a tight set, can adversely affect a team going into the next set. and that seems to have been the case for Wakefield as they never really got going in the second set. To their credit, they recovered in the third set, and made it very competitive. Wilmington held a 24-18 lead in the third set, and let Wakefield chip away get as close as 24-23 before closing the set and match out.This was the team best serving performance of the season so far. They served 89% as a team, led by Britt Cimaglia, Anna Rideout and Gabby Bond, who all served 100%. Our serve receive was better in that we reduced the number of passing errors. Free ball passing also improved, led by Gabby Bond, Reagan Sweeney and Anna Rideout. Better passing allowed the team to run a more consistent offense, led by Savannah Andersen in the middle with 5 kills, and Gabby Bond with 4 kills.Coming UpThis is another busy week for the team with a non-league match against Newburyport on Monday; an away match against Stoneham on Tuesday, and another away match against Watertown on Thursday.At the end of the week, the team is now 2-5 on the season, and looking forward to continuing to improve their performance and compete at a higher and higher level.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… RelatedWHS VOLLEYBALL: Wildcats Win 5 In-A-Row, Get Back To .500In “Sports”WHS VOLLEYBALL: Wildcats Fall To Reading & Melrose In Close MatchesIn “Sports”WHS VOLLEYBALL: Wildcats Defeat Arlington On The Road, Inch Towards .500In “Sports” Wilmington3262525 Wakefield0241123 Wilmington0202219 Burlington3252525 Triton was our first non-league match of the season. They are a newer program and still going through some growing pains. They did not have the same kind of power on offense that we are used to seeing from our Middlesex League opponents. Shorter serves and less powerful hits had our girls scrambling to keep the ball in play at times. However, they stayed tough and fought their way to the first win of the season.Serving improved to a more reasonable 84%, with Anna Rideout, Julia Willson, and Khrystyna Fednyak all serving 100%, and Gabby Bond serving 92%. Gabby and Anna also anchored our improved serve receive with only 1 passing error between them.Wakefieldcenter_img While Burlington continues to be a very strong program in the Middlesex League, Wilmington continued to make errors hindering their chances in this match. Serving at 77% with 15 serving errors against 11 aces. We need to work on getting our serves in and keeping our opponents out of system. Savannah Andersen did a great job of spot serving and keeping her serves in the court, serving 91% with 2 aces.Our serve receive passing continues to struggle, leaving us with fewer options on offense. Thankfully, our free ball passing continues to be reasonably good. In this match both Raegan Sweeney and Anna Rideout led the team in free ball passing.When we were able to run our offense, Gabby Bond and Raegan Sweeney, our primary outside hitters were able to capitalize with 7 and 4 kills respectively.Triton Triton0222419 WILMINGTON, MA — Below is the latest weekly recap from WHS Volleyball Coach Bruce Shainwald.Wilmington had three matches last week, two league matches and one non-league.Burlington Wilmington3252625last_img read more

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Wasilla pilot avoids injury after plane loses power

first_imgA pilot avoided injury in Wasilla over the weekend, after a mechanical mishap.Download AudioAlaska Wildlife Troopers were notified of an aircraft accident just before 3 p.m. Saturday at an airstrip near the intersection of Johnson Road and Schulz Road in Wasilla.The pilot, James Riggs, reportedly lost power just as his plane lifted off.He says the plane settled back onto the ground before rolling off the end of the runway, into heavy brush and debris.Riggs was uninjured, but the aircraft did sustain damage.last_img read more

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ATM fraud Police take initiative to issue lookout notice against absconders

first_imgKolkata: The Kolkata Police has taken an initiative to get lookout notice issued against the absconding persons who are involved in the unauthorised withdrawal of money from various bank accounts.Sources said that there are more than two persons, who are also foreign nationals, involved in the racket. Two Romanian members of the racket have already been arrested by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) of Kolkata Police.After interrogating the duo, the police have come to know about some more members of the racket and initiated a search for them. According to a senior police officer, the step to get lookout notice issued against them has been taken up so that they cannot escape through any airport or port in the country. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeThe investigating officers are also taking steps to interrogate another Romanian national who was arrested in May by Delhi Police on similar charges. The person is in Tihar Jail at present. A team of Kolkata Police comprising senior police officers will be questioning him in the jail itself.In such a situation, Sunday night’s incident at Kasba, in which a skimming machine was found in another ATM machine, had led to panic among people. Police suspect involvement of some local youths in this connection.The police have collected the skimming machine and the panel in which camera was fitted. The CCTV footages have shown that the skimming machine was installed just 15 minutes before it was detected by one Soumyabrata Sen. The police have checked all the ATM machines in Kasba area on Monday, to avoid repetition of the incident.last_img read more

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Precise planning may keep work worries off Study

first_imgDo you keep worrying about work even when you are away from office? Planning how to resolve incomplete work tasks can help employees switch off from work and enjoy their evenings, advises a new study.In a study of people’s ability to detach themselves from work, Brandon Smit from Ball State University, Indiana used an online questionnaire to survey 103 employees pursuing 1,127 work goals.Overall, he observed they had more difficulty detaching from work tasks that had been left uncompleted, especially when these were important to them. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’However, one group of employees was encouraged to create plans by writing down where, when, and how they would complete these unfinished tasks.Smit found that they detached themselves from work more effectively than employees who did not create plans.“If you have an important deadline looming on the horizon, for example, your brain will keep nudging you with reminders, which makes it difficult to get a break from work demands,” Smit said. “It seems like we have the ability to ‘turn off’, or at least ‘turn down’ these cognitive processes by planning out where, when, and how goals will be accomplished,” he said. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThis is primarily true for people who already have a difficult time forgetting about work during leisure because their job plays a central role in their life.“For them, a simple change to their work routine like task planning near the end of the workday would likely make a real difference,” Smit said.The study was published in the Journal of Organizational and Occupational Psychology.last_img read more

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The writers Hawaiian painting Today 1 May Hawa

first_imgThe writer’s Hawaiian painting!Today (1 May) Hawaiians celebrate Lei Day. Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania and representatives from the visitor bureaux of Maui, O‘ahu, Kaua‘i and the Island of Hawai‘i gathered industry folk and media in Sydney yesterday at at Cork & Chroma in Surry Hills, to mark this special Hawaiian holiday, with a spot of painting and light-hearted fun reflecting the fabulous lure of the Hawaiian islands, each – among them Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Hawaii, Molokai, Lanai – a unique destination in its own right. Giselle Radulovic, Country Manager Australia for Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania said ‘Month of Lei’ is the tourism board’s way of engaging both trade partners and consumers with the spirit of Aloha. “Each year in May, Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania brings the spirit of Aloha to Australia by inviting key media, trade and partners to celebrate the occasion with representatives from the Hawaiian Islands. “The month is a significant event for Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania, as the Hawaiian Lei is the physical embodiment of the spirit of Aloha symbolising kindness, altruism and generosity,” Ms Radulovic said. For more information on Month of Lei or to contact Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania please email info@hawaiitourism.com.au To help channel their inner Aloha, guests were provided with smocks, canvas and paints and invited to create their own interpretation of the (TOP IMAGE) Hawaiian beach scene. eventsHawai‘i Tourism OceaniaLei DayMaylast_img read more

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first_img 0 Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Minnesota Vikings running back Bronson Hill (48) tries to break a tackle by Miami Dolphins linebacker Junior Sylvestre, left, during the second half of an NFL preseason football game, Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone) The Arizona Cardinals promoted 24-year-old Bronson Hill to the active roster and signed fellow running back Darius Victor to take Hill’s place on the practice squad on Wednesday.The 5-foot-10, 215-pound Hill was added to the practice squad last week when Arizona waived Andre Ellington.In three appearances with the Minnesota Vikings last season, Hill carried the ball twice for 11 yards. He spent the 2017 preseason with the Vikings and was on their practice squad until Nov. 7, when they released him. Hill began his NFL career with the Buffalo Bills practice squad after going undrafted out of Eastern Michigan in 2015. He’s since spent time on practice squads in Chicago, Miami and New Orleans.Victor, a 5-foot-8, 209-pound back out of Towson, went undrafted this summer and spent the preseason with the Saints. New Orleans released him on Sept. 2. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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