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Bachasson leads home Clonmel Oil one-two for Mullins | Racing News

first_imgBachasson ran the opposition into the ground to give trainer Willie Mullins a sixth success in eight years in the Clonmel Oil Chase at the County Tipperary track.The grey – having his first race since scoring over the course and distance just before the lockdown in March – proved too good for his shorter-priced stablemate Cilaos Emery.- Advertisement – “I didn’t look beyond today and we wanted to come down here and see where we were with them, although Cilaos Emery could now go for the Hilly Way at Cork.”Shattered Love took her 100 per cent record at Clonmel to three when repeating last year’s victory in the T. A. Morris Memorial Irish EBF Mares Chase.Gordon Elliott’s charge tracked the pace-setting Cabaret Queen until leading two out and quickly put daylight between herself and her three rivals.The 11-8 favourite crossed the line 10 lengths clear in the hands of Mark Walsh. Cabaret Queen just hung on by a nose from Western Victory for the runner-up spot.“She loves it around here, it was her third win from her third run and she seems to be a lot better in her own grade against other mares,” said Walsh.“She has won two Grade Ones as a novice but finds it easier against her own sex.“I’m delighted with how she did it and jumped brilliantly bar the last when we had a little mix up, but she was good.”Elliott had earlier saddled Sassy Yet Classy to win the Clonmel Oil Service Station Handicap Hurdle in the hands of Denis O’Regan. – Advertisement – Mullins said: “He was very brave and David had lots of confidence in him – I thought he had gone too far out, but I think he had more confidence in the horse than I had.“Paul thought Cilaos Emery needed the race and I’m happy with both nice horses.”He went on: “After Bachasson got a fall in Cheltenham I wasn’t keen to go back over fences with him, but around these country tracks he is fine. He seems to enjoy doing that.- Advertisement – David Mullins set out to dictate affairs from flag-fall on Bachasson, with Cilaos Emery keeping in touch under Paul Townend.Although both horses made the odd mistake, it was Cilaos Emery who made a crucial one at the third-last.The 8-11 favourite could not bridge the gap after that and Bachasson (9-4) kept up the gallop to win by five and a half lengths. Snow Falcon was 26 lengths away in third place.- Advertisement –last_img read more

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Iloilo City Oil Spill: FAMILIES RETURN HOME SAFELY | Relief ops, cleanup full speed…

first_imgThroughout the period of displacement, a total of 2,350 food packs were distributed to residents of barangays Loboc, Mansaya and Bo. Obrero. AC Energy collaborated with these villages’ barangay councils for the distribution. * rehabilitation of affected mangrove and fisheries areas/PN The last remaining 41 households were cleared and passed the reintegration parameters, and returned to their respective homes in Barangay Bo. Obrero (Zone 3), Lapuz district on Saturday, July 18.  * completion of oil spill cleanup The Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Region 6 disclosed last week that it recorded zero presence of hydrogen sulfide and there was a very safe level of benzene – chemicals that could be found in petroleum oils. The first families to return home safely were a total of 70, in Barangay Mansaya on July 15, followed by the second batch (102 families) in Barangay Bo. Obrero (Zone 2) on July 16. ILOILO City – All 308 families that were displaced by the recent oil spill have returned home safely, with AC Energy Philippines keeping its promise to do everything it could to mitigate the societal and environmental impacts of the incident in a responsible manner. This method, based on international standards, is used to survey and document the impact of spills on shorelines, the effectiveness of cleanup activities, and conduct of post-cleanup inspections and evaluations.  The remaining five percent are floaters which naturally evaporate or either stick to sea walls, or carried away by tidal movements. One of the parameters was the toxicity level of the affected areas – it must be negligible. As to AC Energy’s environmental management plan (EMP) for the nearby island province of Guimaras, the company’s Gabby Mejia and AECOM Philippines made a presentation on July 18 during a meeting with representatives of the Guimaras provincial government led by Gov. Samuel Gumarin and Vice Gov. John Edward Gando. AC Energy owned the power barge. Similar to the action plans and commitments made for Iloilo City, AC Energy together with AECOM also presented its spill assessment update and criteria called Shoreline Clean-up and Assessment Technique (SCAT).  * continued monitoring of air quality AC Energy’s cleanup contractor Harbor Star Shipping Services, Inc. also helped to ensure the safe return home of the evacuated families. Of the 268,948.61 liters of bunker oil spilled as verified by the coastguard, some 95 percent have already been recovered by AC Energy’s cleanup team. The third batch of families to return home numbered 95. They were residents of Barangay Bo. Obrero (Zone 3). The set of parameters for the reintegration of the displaced people was developed by a multi-stakeholder task force composed of various barangays, the city government, Philippine Coast Guard, AC Energy and consultant AECOM Philippines. The assessment includes fisheries and mangrove rehab. * that water quality would be restored to safe levels For around a week, they were temporarily evacuated by AC Energy to several hotels in Mandurriao district together with 267 other families to protect them from the heavy fumes of the bunker fuel that oozed out of Power Barge 102 into the coasts of Iloilo City and Guimaras on July 3 following an explosion. * proper collection and disposal of oil contaminated materials and wastes Also present during Saturday’s meeting were Cong. Ma. Lucille Nava of the Lone District of Guimaras; Mayor Ruben Corpuz of Jordan, Guimaras; and former congressman JC Rahman Nava. They were assured of the following by AC Energy:last_img read more

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Bulldogs Blank Lions On The Court

first_imgBatesville defeated Rushville 5-0 on Tuesday. Lleyton Ratcliffe, Sam Geisting, and Adam Scott all won in singles. The doubles teams of George Ritter/Cooper Williams and Brayden Worthington/Lane Oesterling won in doubles.In JV, Batesville won 2-0. The doubles teams of Ben Rodgers/Grant Story and Jonathan Hoff/Sam Voegele won.Both teams are 11-0 (6-0 EIAC) and will play at Connersville on Thursday.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Mike McKinney.last_img

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New program available to help Hoosier small businesses build online presence

first_imgStatewide– The Indiana Small Business Development Center (Indiana SBDC) announced today a new partnership with the Indiana University Kelley School of Business to support the long-term economic recovery of Hoosier small businesses and entrepreneurs. Through a new program, eligible companies may apply for no-cost assistance to help establish or increase their online presence through website development, e-commerce support, and other digital tools and services.The Indiana SBDC and Kelley launched Project HOPE to support Indiana small businesses negatively affected by COVID-19. Under the program, Kelley students and recent graduates are offered paid internships to assist eligible companies in expanding their online presence, solving technology issues or providing new digital capabilities. The projects, which include creating or modifying websites, building e-commerce platforms, improving cybersecurity frameworks, migrating data, and more, are overseen by faculty members and completed within two weeks.To be eligible, Indiana small businesses must meet the following criteria:• Be an Indiana SBDC client,• Have been in business as of February 15, 2020, and• Be able to demonstrate a negative impact from COVID-19.last_img read more

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Opoku Nti backs decision to ask David Duncan to step aside

first_imgGeneral Manager of Asante Kotoko, Opoku Nti has backed management’s decision to ask coach David Duncan to step aside.According to Nti, the decision comes at a time where changes were necessary at the club.The Porcupines have picked up five points from a possible 18 and Osei believes the decision was done in the best interest of the club.“At a point in time, you need to take a decision and I believe the decision made is not in selfish interest,” he told Joy Sports“It is for the benefit of the team.”“Whatever it is, you must move on and focus.” “The decision taken I believe will help the club because we needed to act, whatever it is we must move on and I know very soon things will change.”Michael Osei, who is in charge of the team in the interim, will have his first test against Liberty Professionals.  –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

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JC’s Dawkins embraces RSPL experience at Tivoli

first_imgFOOTBALL: Red Stripe Premier League Former champions Tivoli Gardens continued their stabilising work in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) under the guidance of Glendon ‘Admiral’ Bailey, when they defeated fierce rivals and relegation-battling Waterhouse 1-0. The win marked Tivoli’s third in their last five games and saw them move from 10th to ninth position and seven points above the relegation zone, with eight games to play. Donovan Dawkins, a Jamaica College (JC) schoolboy who is fondly referred to as “Babylon”, was happy to aid in arresting his team’s slide down the points table. Waterhouse sank deeper in trouble as they lost their second successive match and remained firmly at the foot of the table on 21 points, six behind Cavalier, who were due to meet Harbour View last night. “This is my second Premier League goal and it feels great because this goal is important to my team because it gives us a lead of eight points above Waterhouse, so even if we lose or draw we still have a good gap above them,” the 17-year-old fourth former explained. The youngster, who scored the winning goal to give JC the Manning Cup ahead of St George’s College, said performances like Sunday night’s will help to fulfil his dream of playing at the collegiate level and/or professionally. “I am looking to either be a professional footballer or to go to college on a scholarship and then play professionally and playing in this league helps me to improve. I was a part of the national Under-17s and I am looking forward to being a part of the national Under-20s. I have been to camp once so far and am looking to more invitations and these can only help,” the humble, but confident teenager said. While schoolboy football is different from playing among grown men, Dawkins said that he is quite at home in the RSPL. “I feel comfortable playing at this level because it helps me to improve and I think I am holding my own. I play against some older guys and I don’t find it difficult. There have been lots of young players playing before me and others who are playing now so it is nothing special or nothing that I cannot deal with,” he said, playing down the significance of his involvement. What made his transition from schoolboy representative to Premier League player even more smooth is the presence of former national representative and current national invitee, Jermaine “Teddy” Johnson and Junior Flemmings, respectively. “Their presence make me feel good because I have been playing with Flemmings since Under-13 level and also schoolboy football at Jamaica College because I am a student at Jamaica College, where he went too. “Playing with Teddy is also special because he is someone who has played professionally and has come back to help out his old club so this is something good. I look up to him and could also learn from him and I want to emulate him by being a professional one day,” the powerfully-built young man said. Standings (ahead of last night’s match between Cavalier and Harbour View) Teams                        P         W        D         L          GF       GA      GD      Pts MoBay United             26       14          9          3      43       15         28     51 Arnett                          25       15         4        6         42        20        22     49  Portmore                     25       14          4       7         30        23        7       46     Humble Lion FC         25         9         9       7         22        21        1        36 UWI FC                      25         9          7         9        25       34      -9       34      H View                        24         8          9        7         29         24       5       33     Boys’ Town                 25        8          6        11       28         38       -10      30            Reno                            26        7          9        10         25        38       -13      30  Tivoli                                 25          8           5          12          29            33         -4       29 Cavalier SC                  24       7           6       11        18         23       -5       27 Rivoli                           25         5          7       12        25          34     -9      22 Waterhouse                 25         4          9       12         20         30    -10      21last_img read more

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Guyoil launches forum to promote USLD fuel

first_imgThe Guyana Oil Company Limited (Guyoil), in collaboration with the National Oil Company of Suriname (Staatsolie), has, over the last week, hosted a national forum on the benefits of ultra-low sulfur diesel (USLD) fuel in Georgetown, Essequibo and Berbice.The forum was aimed at informing the public about this newly introduced product which contains less than once per cent of sulfur, and aids in reducing corrosionThe Guyoil and Staatsolie Marketing Team at the forum in Georgetownwhile eliminating exhaust blockages and odours. It also maintains the engines of vehicles and reduces the emission of black smoke during vehicle warm-up.Marketing Advisor of Staatsolie, Dyron Ellis, related that the fuel was created to reduce the amount of sulfur emitted into the environment. He assured that although the sulfur content is low, consumers can expect the same performance as it relates to mileage when compared to the high-sulfur diesel fuel.Guyoil is currently working on increasing the availability of the product across its service station network in Guyana.The cost of the USLD fuel is retailed at the same price as the regular diesel fuel, and consumers who purchase this fuel would be assisting to reduce environmental pollution caused by sulfurlast_img read more

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BC Hydro, City sign Community Measures Agreement

first_img“The Site C project is delivering a lot of benefits for Peace region communities. It’s good to see many of the measures in the community agreement starting to flow into Fort St. John.”Agreements have also been reached with Taylor and Chetwynd, but the discussions with Hudson’s Hope and the Peace River Regional District are continuing. One of the measures in the agreement is a donation of $75,000 to non-profit organizations within Fort St. John that were identified by the City.The donations include $20,000 to both the Community Bridge and the Fort St. John Women’s Resource Centre.$5,000 will be given to Abbeyfield Houses of Fort St. John, the Fort St. John Arts Council,  to the North Peace Justice Society, to the Fort St. John Public Library, to the Fort St. John Literacy Society, North Peace Museum, and the BC SPCA North Peace Branch.“I’m very pleased to see the agreement with BC Hydro and the City of Fort St. John finalized,” said Pat Pimm, MLA, Peace River North.Advertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — After three years of discussion between the City of Fort St. John and BC Hydro, the Community Measures Agreement regarding Site C has been signed by both parties at Fort St. John’s own Passive House.The agreement was implemented as a means of mitigating possible effects construction of Site C — most prominently, the influx of workers living here and using our resources — could have on the City.A consultation process went on for a few years to gather values the community wanted to see reflected in the agreement.- Advertisement -“The features of this agreement are a direct result of those discussions and will serve to protect the interests of our community,” said Mayor of Fort St. John, Lori Ackerman.BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald said the agreement’s measure will be a ‘meaningful benefit’ for citizens, while helping navigation the impact of a project on a local community.“We are pleased to reach a final agreement with the City of Fort St. John,” she said.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Donegal Election 2019: Sinn Fein make history in Inishowen as Terry Crossan is elected

first_imgTerry Crossan has successfully been elected to the final seat in the Buncrana Electoral Area (south Inishowen).Crossan is the final person to be elected in the area with 1,098 of the votes and in doing so has made history for the party in Inishowen. He will now join returning Sinn Fein Councillors Jack Murray and Albert Doherty at the table in Inishowen EA, after Mickey Doherty (FG) lost his seat in the ninth count. The count brings a conclusion to the count in Inishowen, with the following candidates elected for south Inishowen.Terry CrossanJack MurrayRena Donaghey Paul CanningNicholas CrossanDonegal Election 2019: Sinn Fein make history in Inishowen as Terry Crossan is elected was last modified: May 26th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Geocaching in all seasons: Tips for the all-weather cacher

first_imgCold weatherBring hand warmers. Looking inside tree stumps, under benches, and everywhere in between can mean some time without gloves on. Bring hand warmers along and stay warm and ready for the next cache.Have a warm beverage on hand. Make sure you have a thermos to keep your drink nice and toasty!Solve Mystery Caches. If the temperature is in the negatives, it might be too cold to search for caches outside. Instead, sit by the fireplace and solve some tough Mystery Caches. You’ll have a whole new set of caches to find when the weather warms up. Extreme weather shouldn’t stop you from adding more smileys to your map. This year, earn two new souvenirs by finding a cache or attending an event on December 31 and January 1! What are your extreme weather caching suggestions? Let us know in the comments below!Share with your Friends:More Hot weatherBring plenty of water. Geocaching can be hard work, so stay hydrated for the day. What you thought would be an easy find could take much longer than anticipated.Go for some paddle caches. Hot weather is the perfect time to complete your Fizzy Grid and find caches near the water. Grab or rent a canoe, kayak, boat, or inner tube and just keep swimming.Hide your own cache. Walk around your neighborhood, scope out places that could use a geocache, then head inside and start planning! Snowy weatherBring adequate TOTT (Tools of the Trade). Pens can freeze in extremely cold weather, so bring a pencil to assure that you can sign the log and earn your smiley. Shovels may also come in handy in case you need to clear snow from the ground to expand your search.Get creative with your transportation. Strap on snowshoes, cross country skis, or borrow a snowmobile and travel from geocache to geocache in style. If you’re a Premium Member, run a Pocket Query for geocaching attributes. There are attributes for caches available during winter, accessible by snowmobile, and more!Make a geocaching Bucket List. If the snow is piling up outside, stay inside and plan your next geocaching outing. Search the map for your dream geocaches—maybe they’re in a great location, have a rare D/T ratio, require special tools, or are amazingly creative hides. Compile them into a List so you can find them when the snow melts. SharePrint Related5 reasons to keep geocaching as the seasons changeOctober 9, 2018In “Geocaching Weekly Newsletter”How to host the best New Year’s event for Last/FirstNovember 28, 2017In “Community”The 10 coolest winter geocaching tipsJanuary 27, 2015In “Community” Don’t let the weather stop you from starting 2018 on the best note with geocaching! This year, we’re raising the stakes: find a cache or attend an event on December 31 and January 1 to earn the Last Cache of 2017 and First Cache of 2018 souvenirs. We’ve compiled a list of suggestions to help you up your find count and expand your souvenir inventory, no matter the season. Rainy weatherBring extra logbooks. No one likes a wet, mushy logbook. If you come across any, add a new, dry logbook to the cache. Future cachers (and the cache owner) will thank you!Have an umbrella handy. Protect yourself from the rain while you’re searching for the cache, and protect the logbook from water while you’re signing it.Wear rain boots. You never know where the coordinates could lead you, so wear proper footwear in case you need to walk along a muddy path to get to the cache!last_img read more

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