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Eastwood calls for all Island approach, 1,012 cases confirmed in NI

first_img Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Facebook AudioHomepage BannerNews Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Pinterest DL Debate – 24/05/21 WhatsApp Previous articleNaas winner for Dylan Browne McMonagleNext articleDonegal secure Division One status with victory over Tyrone News Highland WhatsApp Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By News Highland – October 18, 2020 center_img Pinterest Google+ Google+ News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Eastwood calls for all Island approach, 1,012 cases confirmed in NI Twitter Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic You can’t negotiate with a deadly virus like Covid-19.That’s according to SDLP leader Colum Eastwood, who believes an all island approach is needed to tackle the virus.1,012 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in Northern IrelandThe North’s Department of health says 5 more deaths have been confirmed in the past 24 hours.The cabinet is due to meet to discuss additional restrictions tomorrow, based on NPHET’s level 5 recommendations.Mr Eastwood says action is needed for the whole country:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Eastwood-virus6pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Twitterlast_img read more

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Pattaya Sport Club Golf Schedule – Friday July 5, 2019 –…

first_imgDATE: Fri05Set 06Sun07Mon08Tue09Wed10Thu11Fri12 Green ValleySiam Old CouresSiam Old Coures Bunker BoysPattavia Retox Game OnPlutaluang I Rovers Pleasant ValleyEastern Star Cafe Kronborg Siam Country TBA Billabong GolfBurapha Pattana The LinksEastern Star PSC Green Valley The next PSC monthly golf tournament is a 2-Person BBStableford event at Laem Chabang C.C. on July 15 Valley View HackersGreen Valley Green ValleyGreen ValleyGreen Valley Pleasant Valley Pattavia Lewiinski’sSiam Old Coures PattanaGreen ValleyKhao Kheow The Bunker Boys meet at Woody’s Bar on Soi Skaw Beach for golf outings every Monday, Wednesday and Friday (www.bunkersociety.com) or call 094368 3580, 081 788 2338 or 087 693 7803. Transportation leaves from Cafe Kronborg on Soi Diana Inn at 8:15 a.m. on Mondays and Thursdays, (contact Dave on tel. 038 602 2117). Colin’s Bar plays golf Sun/Mon/Wed & Fri (www.colinsbar.com). The Growling Swan plays golf on Monday & Thursday (www.thegrowlingswan.com). Lewinski’s in Soi Pattayaland 1 (Soi 13/3), play Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Transport is available, call Marcus on 089 503 9179 for further information and booking. The Pattaya Links Hotel Golf Society departs from Soi Buakhao on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Call Phil on 0625 933 380 or visit www.thelinkshotelpattaya.com. The Golf Club is located on Soij LK Metro. Call Phil on 090 769 3778.  Tropical Golf meets at BJ’s Holiday Lodge at 8am on Tuesday’ & Friday. Call Derek on 089 034 0629. Retox Golf – Tel. (Paul) 0923744276, Email [email protected]center_img Tropical GolfPleasant Valley Growling Swan The Players Lounge GreenwoodPleasant ValleyKhao Kheow The Golf ClubEastern Star Sugar ShackPlutaluang Le KataiPleasant Valley Khao KheowGreenwoodPattaya C.C. PhoenixGreen ValleyBurapha Treasure Hill Laem ChabangGreenwoodKhao Kheow Eastern StarGreenwood Harry’s Golf Laem ChabangThe EmeraldKhao KheowPlutaluang Burapha Apple’s IrishKhao Kheow Colin’s GolfCrystal BayGreen Valley TBA Outback Golf Bar PhoenixBuraphalast_img read more

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Pitt looks to regroup after humbling loss to Penn State

first_imgNarduzzi found his name on the list on Sunday after being flagged 15 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct in the first half of a sobering 51-6 loss to rival Penn State. He apologized to his players and pledged it was a one-time event.The fourth-year coach hopes he can say the same about the second half the Panthers (1-1) endured while getting drilled by the Nittany Lions, who ripped off the game’s final 44 points and didn’t let up in the final minutes.Narduzzi had made it a point to say in the run-up to the 99th meeting between the two schools that playing Penn State is different from any other game on Pitt’s schedule. That doesn’t mean there’s any difference in the emotions after the outcome. The pain he felt Sunday wasn’t any different from any of the 17 other defeats he’s experienced since taking over.“They all hurt,” Narduzzi said Monday. “I don’t care what they are … it doesn’t matter.”The goal this week will be translating that perspective — that as difficult and ugly as the final 30 minutes against the Nittany Lions were, there is plenty to play for — to his club this week. Pitt opens Atlantic Coast Conference play on Saturday when Georgia Tech (1-1) visits. Pitt lost each of the last two years the week after facing Penn State, though both times it was to nationally ranked Oklahoma State.The Yellow Jackets and their unique triple-option provide a different kind of test. Pitt’s biggest challenge will be finding the emotional resiliency necessary to bounce back after a miscue-laden final two quarters in which they were outclassed on both sides of the ball.“Our players didn’t respond to adversity, our coaches didn’t respond,” said Narduzzi, who reiterated that it starts with him.Maybe, but a little help from the passing game would go a long way. Quarterback Kenny Pickett spent most of the night under heavy duress, took four sacks and passed for just 55 yards, barely half of that (32) to wide receivers. Through two weeks, Pitt is 122nd in the country in yards passing.Narduzzi made it a point to defend Pickett, offering a reminder that the sophomore was making just his third collegiate start. At the same time, Narduzzi acknowledged there were receivers who were running open at times and didn’t get the ball due to either the pressure Pickett faced or his reluctance to let it fly.“He’s a great QB,” Narduzzi said. “We’ve got a lot of faith in him. It’s his first time going through something like that.”Still, Pickett wasn’t much in the mood for consolation. When asked after the game if things could have been different if the Panthers had scored on a fourth-and-3 from the Penn State 4 late in the first half, he shrugged his shoulders.“That was a good word you used there. You said ‘coulda.’ Could of doesn’t mean . I don’t want to curse in front of you guys, but, could of doesn’t mean anything. We’ve got to come out and answer and be better.”The sooner the better. The next month includes trips to Central Florida and Notre Dame.“We’re not going to measure anything after a game, one game, two games, three games,” he said. “You are where you are. Everybody’s got goals. Every week this is the most important game.”___More AP college football: https://apnews.com/tag/Collegefootball and https://twitter.com/AP_Top25 Pittsburgh coach Pat Narduzzi , center, talks with his defense during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Penn State in Pittsburgh, Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018. Penn State won 51-6. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar) PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh coach Pat Narduzzi puts together a penalty chart that he shares with his players the day after every game, hopeful to use each to prevent similar penalties from happening in the future.last_img read more

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Steelers part ways with linebackers coach Joey Porter

first_imgCourier Steelers Photo by Brian Cook (Aug. 26, 2017/File) PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pittsburgh Steelers have parted ways with outside linebackers coach Joey Porter.The team announced Friday that Porter’s contract would not be renewed. The move is the first of what could be several coaching adjustments by the Steelers after Pittsburgh failed to make the playoffs for the first time since 2013.The 41-year-old Porter, who spent 13 seasons in the NFL before going into coaching, joined the Steelers as a defensive assistant in 2014 and was promoted to outside linebackers coach in 2015. His tenure with the team was marred by an incident in January 2017 when he was arrested following an altercation with a bouncer at a bar. Most of the charges against Porter were later dropped.Coach Mike Tomlin called the decision to fire Porter “difficult.”Play by Pittsburgh’s outside linebackers was uneven during Porter’s tenure. Though T.J. Watt finished with a career-best and team-high 13 sacks, the development of 2015 first-round pick Bud Dupree has been slow. Longtime Pittsburgh linebacker James Harrison also became problematic in his final season with Pittsburgh in 2017, eventually getting released due in part to insubordination.___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/tag/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFLlast_img read more

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Thurston County Tourism Award Nominees Announced

first_imgFacebook103Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Experience Olympia & BeyondThe Thurston County Tourism Awards recognize people who have gone above and beyond to help bring tourism to Thurston County. Experience Olympia & Beyond, the region’s Visitor & Convention Bureau, will announce the winners at the Annual State of Tourism Meeting on May 2 at Stampfer Retreat Center.  The awards are presented by Port of Olympia.Thurston County Tourism Awards:Community Unity AwardFor those who live out their belief in collaboration and regionalism, working to bring the communities of Thurston County together in the name of tourism.Nominees:Blaine Land, Lacey South Sound ChamberGeorge Sharp, Thurston Economic Development CouncilSouth Puget Sound Community College Brewing & Distilling ProgramTourism Visionary AwardThis award honors an individual whose continuous commitment and trail-blazing accomplishments have set the stage for regional tourism.Mayor Alan Carr, Mayor of BucodaTodd Cutts, Olympia Downtown AllianceKaufman Construction and City of Tumwater, Deschutes Landing at the Warehouse DistrictDave Nickerson, Tumwater Valley Golf ClubExcellence in Hospitality AwardAll who work in the hospitality business provide an invaluable service to the well-being of our economy. This award honors a hospitality professional who consistently goes out of their way to make visitors feel special.Brandon Andres, Fairfield Inn & SuitesLucy Graves, Stottle WinerySandra Hall, Dillinger’s Cocktails & KitchenMallery McDonald, Ramada by Wyndham OlympiaJeff Olive, Airport Golf & Batting CenterNominees are recognized at the meeting and winners are awarded plaques made with historic Legion Way Oak trees cut in the shape of Thurston County. The oak trees were planted in 1928 as a living memorial to honor local veterans.last_img read more

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Without Durant, the Warriors are going to throw it back to 2015

first_imgOAKLAND — The Slim Reaper exited and the grim reaper took his place, poised to take this Warriors dynasty with him into the long goodnight.But Golden State fought him off, beating the Rockets 104-99 without Kevin Durant but behind an inspired fourth quarter run that had Oracle Arena rocking like it was 2015 all over again.The Warriors are now armed with a 3-2 lead in this best-of-seven series with their arch-rivals. They guaranteed that they will play another game in Oakland.But they are …last_img read more

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Leading the way in eco-tourism

first_imgThe Long Run initiative encourages companies to run their operations ina sustainable and eco-friendly way. Davison’s Camp in Zimbabwe’s HwangeNational park (formerly known as Wankie), is one of Wilderness Safaris’ 52 international destinations. The company’s Children in the Wildernessprogramme helps youngsters whose livesare troubled by poverty or illness toexperience nature at an educational camp.(Images: Wilderness Safaris) MEDIA CONTACTS • Olivia PasiniZeitz Foundation+39 3333102034 RELATED ARTICLES • SA scholar named a Charlotte fellow • New drive for Gauteng tourism • Ugandan eco-project up for award • Game park facelift to boost tourism • Responsible tourism at Buffalo RidgeMark ReidSouth African tour operator Wilderness Safaris has become the first tourism industry-based signatory to the Zeitz Foundation’s Long Run conservation initiative, and also the first from the African continent.Established in 2008 by business entrepreneur and CEO of global sportswear manufacturer Puma, Jochen Zeitz, the Zeitz Foundation is a non-profit organisation headquartered in Kenya.The foundation’s flagship programme, the Long Run, was launched in 2009 with a philosophy of taking action today to ensure a better tomorrow. Sustainability is a top priority, achieved through a holistic balance of conservation, community, culture, and commerce, or what the Zeitz Foundation calls the 4Cs.These four principles are at the heart of the Global Ecosphere Retreat (GER) certification system, for certified Long Run destinations which embody the 4Cs in their operations.Leading the way in sustainable tourism In May 2011 JSE-listed Wilderness Holdings Limited not only became the first African and South African supporter of the Zeitz Foundation’s Long Run scheme, but also the first in the tourism industry.Along with other brands such as Sefofane Air Charters and the Safari and Adventure Co., Wilderness Safaris is a thriving component of the group.Established in 1983, Johannesburg-based Wilderness Safaris has, over the 28 years of its existence, built a business on sound ecotourism and conservation – in essence, acting today for a better tomorrow.Offering marine, wildlife and heritage safaris in seven countries – Botswana, Namibia, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Seychelles and South Africa – and managing over 7.1-million acres of land in eight of Southern Africa’s 11 biomes, Wilderness Safaris views care of the environment as a top priority.The company acts from the belief that the world’s wilderness areas will save humankind, and is actively involved in protecting wilderness areas and biodiversity, getting local communities involved, and working to make a difference in Africa.Of the 2 700-plus people the company employs, more than 85% come from the remote rural communities in areas where Wilderness Safaris works. The company has made a concerted effort to understand their employees’ backgrounds, perceptions and culture, as these are central to its success.The company runs a number of programmes, including community- and climate-related projects, the Wilderness Safaris Wildlife Trust, and Children in the Wilderness – all with the goal of good governance. Its conscientious and green-minded approach to business has earned awards from National Geographic, Condé Nast, the Telegraph (UK), and the World Travel and Tourism Council, among others.In a recent press release, Wilderness Safaris CEO Andy Payne said: “The reason Wilderness exists is to conserve pristine wilderness areas and the flora and fauna that they support. We believe that in conserving these areas, and including the local communities in this process, we will make a difference to Africa and ultimately the world.”Payne added that cultural and biological diversity is what makes the earth an interesting place, and that by joining The Long Run, the company hopes to spread the message that long-term success depends on sustainable business operations.Conservation, community, culture, and commerceConservation is a key factor in the operation of all Long Run destinations, which continually strive to support the sustainable use of natural resources. This in turn safeguards the integrity of the ecosphere. Conservation efforts common to all destinations include efficient management of energy, water and waste; land planning; and carbon footprint reduction, among others.GER certified destinations value the people they work with, and their activities are aimed at improving the lives of all communities associated with the company. Community activities include addressing fair working conditions, local and regional relations, social ventures, social accountability, and support for small and medium enterprises, among others.In the cultural sense, the Long Run initiative aims to strengthen intercultural relationships, while preserving cultural heritage and boosting awareness of cultural diversity. The initiative encourages a range of cultural activities, ranging from local cuisine and architecture to film and music, from crafts to sculpture, as well as sport, which is a valuable and known tool for promoting social cohesion and cultural interaction.Commerce affects not only a destination’s sustainability prospects, but also the people who live in a particular ecosystem and who must be able to earn a decent living. Sustainable commercial enterprises provide a steady source of income, and also allow for investment into schemes that uphold the 4Cs. Long Run destinations are involved not only in eco-tourism, but also in non-tourism activities such as reforestation, agriculture and horticulture, wildlife management, and livestock ranching.last_img read more

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Wear your coaching hat

first_imgParenting can be frustrating especially when faced with children who are not quite getting it right. I am talking about kids who may be messy, disorganised, rude, with no sense of time or just terrible in math, not coordinated enough to play sports and so on. It can be tough for parents-the constant arguments, shouting matches, daily battles can leave everybody drained.This is not what you had signed up for when you had thought of becoming a parent one day! The feeling of burnout, self doubt, guilt and a creeping sense of regret! Not many parents will admit to this forbidden feeling but there is truth in this harsh sentiment. According to a study cited by happiness expert Daniel Gilbert in his book, Stumbling on Happiness (Vintage, 2005) the mothers’ sense of satisfaction decreases after giving birth to a baby and only increases when their children leave home. Parenting is a lot of hard work but ask any parent what gives them maximum joy and they will point to the little imp running her down with his screams and demands. Paradoxical but so true!So what are we supposed to do about it? Just resign ourselves to this cycle of life and or what Gilbert calls “belief transmitter network”? No way! I like to take an approach (with a few slips every now and then) which I call Parents as Coaches. Let me walk you through it.Respect the brain. One things is clear: each child is wired differently and it is extremely important that we learn to respect that. If we take different skills like reading, writing, playing football, dancing, time management, anger management, each child can be put somewhere or the other in the continuum for each. However, when the child falls low on these skills, we become very judgemental calling them lazy, sloppy, clumsy, dull, cranky without understanding that they really cannot help it.advertisementCoaching step by step. That does not mean we give up and say, “That’s what she was born with and that’s where she will stay.” Start with theskill that you feel your child needs to work on and break it into small easy steps. So, for example you want your child to become more independent in getting ready for school. Make a list of things she needs to do the previous night and in the morning. Break it up into a daily drill checklist for each chunk-packing bag, arranging uniform, bathroom must-dos, breakfast time. Put it up on the tack board, and supervise at each step initially and as she becomes more confident, you can step back. Praise them for every bit of effort they put in the right direction.Connect, play, practise and mastery. Dr Edward Hallowell (Delivered from Distraction, Ballantine, 2006) describes these four necessary steps for coaching-making sure you connect emotionally with your child, involve play at every step of skill training, let them practise till they attain mastery. Staying calm and being patient is crucial (clichd but true). Children are designed to be noisy, messy, bouncy, cranky, pushy, fidgety, yes, all that and more. I personally have found this approach very empowering. Once I wear the coach’s hat, then I do not see the difficult child trying to make my life difficult, instead I just see a struggling learner in need of some skilled training. He cannot help himself but I can!last_img read more

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UAAP men’s volleyball: FEU slams NU, UE denies UP

first_imgMANILA, Philippines—Far Eastern University produced a season-opening upset after sweeping National University, 25-12, 25-18, 25-17, in the UAAP Season 81 men’s basketball tournament Saturday at Filoil Flying V Center.Richard Solis led the Tamaraws with nine points while John Paul Bugaoan and Jude Garcia added eight points apiece.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes Rough start for Lady Bulldogs as main setter goes down with injury in first game Bryan Bagunas had 15 points to lead the defending champions who played without setter Kim Dayandante who was deemed ineligible three days before the start of the tournament.In the other game, University of the East brushed off University of the Philippines in four sets, 20-25, 25-10, 25-22, 25-21.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesClifford Inoferio led the Red Warriors with 14 points while Lloyd Josafat added 13 points with Al-jhon Abalon and Geric Ortega had 10 points apiece.John Mark Pillente put up a game-high 17 points to lead the Fighting Maroons. Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusations Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes View comments SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss LATEST STORIESlast_img read more

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UFC 235: Jon Jones retains light heavyweight belt

first_imgSEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte MOST READ Jones finished uneventfully and remained unbeaten since 2009, winning a decision for the fifth time in his last seven fights.Jones won 48-44 on all three scorecards.Jones has been the UFC’s 205-pound champ for long stretches of the past eight years, but also has been stripped of his belt twice. After doping suspensions and other woes limited Jones to just two fights in a nearly four-year stretch of his prime, he returned to the cage at UFC 235 just nine weeks after beating Alexander Gustafsson at UFC 232 last December to reclaim his belt.Smith, a tough veteran fighter from Texas, got a title shot when Jones decided to make a quick return to the cage. Although Smith had won three consecutive fights, he was a heavy underdog at the Vegas sports books, but Jones emerged with respect for Smith’s fighting spirit.“I have never had anyone talk to me while I’m hitting them,” Jones said. ”(Smith was) saying like, ‘That was nice,’ or, ‘Was that all you’ve got?’”ADVERTISEMENT P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 1 dead, 3 injured in Quezon road crash Trump campaign, GOP groups attack Google’s new ad policy Ben Askren, Woodley’s close friend and training partner, survived an opening-minute beating and rallied to choke out Robbie Lawler midway through the first round of his own UFC debut.Jones (24-1) had little trouble in an expert display of his all-around brilliance against the overmatched Smith (31-14), who had no answers for the likely pound-for-pound champion of mixed martial arts.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesJones dominated on his feet, against the cage and on the ground until he got in trouble in the fourth round when his knee struck Smith’s head while the challenger was in a downed position. Referee Herb Dean deducted two points from Jones, who apologized to Smith after the bell.“This MMA thing is really hard,” Jones said. “Some days you’re going to look amazing, and some days at work you’re not going to perform at the level you hold yourself to.”center_img Hong Kong tunnel reopens, campus siege nears end Anne Curtis headlines Araneta City’s Christmas tree lighting PLAY LIST 03:07Anne Curtis headlines Araneta City’s Christmas tree lighting00:50Trending Articles01:52UFC: McGregor set for Nurmagomedov showdown02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss LATEST STORIES Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – MARCH 02: Jon Jones (R) and Anthony Smith trade punches during their light heavyweight title bout during UFC 235 at T-Mobile Arena on March 02, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Jones won by unanimous decision. Isaac Brekken/Getty Images /AFPLAS VEGAS — Jon Jones defended his light heavyweight title with a unanimous decision victory over Anthony Smith at UFC 235 on Saturday night, overcoming a two-point deduction for an illegal knee to Smith’s head in the fourth round.Kamaru Usman claimed the UFC welterweight title in the penultimate bout at T-Mobile Arena, dominating Tyron Woodley in a one-sided unanimous decision victory.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t expect to puff away at next year’s Tokyo Olympics View commentslast_img read more

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