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  • Unique Group Introduces Diving Industry Maintenance System

    first_imgUnique Group has launched a new cloud-based planned maintenance system to help companies in the diving market sector manage their equipment and adhere to certification guidelines and rules. The asset management and maintenance system provides documentation for Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) compliant audit purposes.Harry Gandhi, CEO at Unique Group, said, “At Unique we are constantly looking for innovative ideas to help our clients work effectively in all areas of their business. Digitising equipment management with the Unique Equipment Manager (UEM) offers an opportunity to reduce the time equipment is idle and minimises resource required to accurately track equipment status.”last_img

  • Easter Sunday trading decision set to be handed to councils despite opposition

    first_imgTVNZ One News 12 May 2016Family First Comment: The first hospital pass was Prostitution. Here’s another. The government needs to stop using local councils to make the tough decisions!The aim is to get rid of anomalies that see places like Queenstown open for business but nearby Wanaka closed.Parliament’s Commerce Committee is in deadlock over a bill to allow shops to open if councils decide they should.A five-five vote on the bill means the Government has failed to pass the changes at select committee it wanted.But Employment Relations Minister Michael Woodhouse will push through with the bill, and changes, despite that.The bill will see councils develop local policies so businesses can open if the community wishes.But Labour’s Iain Lees-Galloway says the minister is washing his hands of what is a contentious issue in Parliament by passing the buck on to councils.Local Government New Zealand head Lawrence Yule says councils want to have the power to make their own decisions.READ MORE: https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/easter-sunday-trading-decision-set-handed-councils-despite-oppositionlast_img read more

  • Football News Former UEFA President Michel Platini arrested over awarding of 2022 FIFA World Cup to Qatar

    first_imgParis : Ex-UEFA chief Michel Platini was arrested Tuesday in connection with a probe into the awarding of the 2022 World Cup to Qatar, a source close to the investigation said. The French football legend elected to lead European football’s governing body in 2007 was taken into custody by French anti-corruption police investigating the awarding of the 2022 World Cup to the gas-rich Gulf state.Qatar was named to host the World Cup in a decision that triggered controversy over its suitability amid allegations of corruption.Platini, 63, led UEFA until 2015 when he was banned from football for four years for ethics violations including receiving a two-million Swiss francs (1.8 million euros, $2 million) payment from the disgraced former head of FIFA Sepp Blatter.Qatar has been accused of buying votes in its bid to stage the World Cup and a subsequent report by US independent investigator Michael Garcia unearthed an array of suspect financial dealings, many linked to Sandro Rosell, the ex-Barcelona president who served as a consultant for Qatar.Platini, a triple Ballon d’Or winner, was expected to succeed Blatter as FIFA president in 2016 before his fall from grace. He has been battling to clear his name ever since. For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

  • The Latest: South Carolina gets OK for 20,000 fans at games

    first_imgThe school’s athletics department issued a statement Thursday, shortly after Chancellor Randy Woodson announced the school would shut down in-person undergraduate instruction as of Monday.In an open letter, Woodson said the school won’t close on-campus housing. That came after the school identified three coronavirus clusters as well as reporting more than 500 students were in quarantine and isolation through “aggressive” contact tracing.The athletics statement says athletes can continue to hold practices and workouts while the school works with the Atlantic Coast Conference and health officials “towards the safest and most responsible course of action.”ACC rival North Carolina announced a move to remote instruction for undergraduate courses earlier this week.___ “I wanted to use my diagnosis as another reminder that we are all susceptible,” he said. “It is critical we all follow CDC guidelines and state mandates and have a heightened sense of self awareness in order to protect each other.”___Torino says two players have tested positive for COVID-19.The Serie A club has not revealed their names but says both players are asymptomatic and are currently self-isolating.The positive cases were discovered from tests carried out before starting pre-season training. Torino says three other players who were in close contact with the duo in the past few days will be subject to further testing.Five other Serie A players have tested positive for the coronavirus in the past two days.___Six UConn football players have tested positive for the new coronavirus, leading the school to suspend all team activities on Thursday. UConn canceled its football season this month, but the team still had been practicing on Tuesdays and Thursdays and doing weight training on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. August 20, 2020 The Latest: South Carolina gets OK for 20,000 fans at games Notre Dame announced five football players have tested positive in two rounds of coronavirus testing this week.The athletic department said the football program decided to test twice this week in light of the university’s decision Tuesday to move to remote learning because of a COVID-19 outbreak on campus. A total of 232 tests were done.The five players who tested positive are in isolation. Through contact tracing, six other players have been placed in quarantine.The football team has conducted 851 coronavirus tests since June 18, with nine positive results.The Fighting Irish did not practice for a second straight day. Another round of testing is set for Friday. The team said practices would resume based on the recommendation of the medical staff. Associated Press West Virginia’s Big 12 home opener is Oct. 3 against Baylor.In-person classes at West Virginia start Aug. 26 for freshmen, graduate and some professional students, while upperclassmen will start classwork online. Masks must be worn on campus.The Big 12, Atlantic Coast Conference and Southeastern Conference are among six Football Bowl Subdivision leagues proceeding with plans to play this fall. The Big Ten and Pac-12 abandoned their fall season.___Napoli says forward Andrea Petagna has tested positive for COVID-19. ___Pittsburgh Pirates President Travis Williams has tested positive for COVID-19 and says he is “on the road to recovery.” He says he knows of no other positive tests within the organization.He said in a statement Thursday he began feeling symptoms Monday night.“Fortunately, however, I followed the critical health and safety protocols that we have put in place, including wearing a mask as required, maintaining safe social distance.” He adds that he has started isolating and is getting further tests.Williams says the team has begun tracing to identify anyone with whom he may have been in contact. He adds that this does include players, coaches or support staff because the team had been on the road. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___South Carolina has been approved by the state to permit 20,000 fans at football games this fall, about a quarter of capacity at Williams-Brice Stadium. The athletic department announced the approval for its fall venues, including the football stadium, which has a listed seating capacity of 80,250. The Gamecocks open the season at home against Tennessee on Sept. 26. The athletic department said it will follow Southeastern Conference guidelines for health and safety, including wearing a face covering at all South Carolina venues. The department said it will discourage tailgating and prohibit the use of tents at athletic events.___North Carolina State says it’s still “progressing with the expectation to compete” in fall sports as the school goes to online-only courses for undergraduates. The school said other athletes who were in contact with the six players also have been placed in quarantine. It was not immediately clear if any of the infected football players were reflected in the 11 positive tests the university reported Wednesday among the entire student body.___West Virginia’s season opener against Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 12. will be held without fans because of the pandemic.Athletic director Shane Lyons said Thursday the goal is “to have fans at Milan Puskar Stadium this season, but right now that is not possible.”The school said in a statement only essential game operations personnel and families of the players and football staff will be allowed to attend. Petagna is asymptomatic and had the test after his brother tested positive.Napoli signed Petagna from Spal in January but he remained on loan at the rival Serie A club until the end of the season.Roma goalkeeper Antonio Mirante said Wednesday that he has the coronavirus and Cagliari announced that three other players had also tested positive.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sportslast_img read more

  • SWAN Resolute on Support for Eagles, Ignores Mikel’s Snide Comments

    first_imgWe still stand by this resolution and urge all our members to disregard Mikel’s comments and continue to play their crucial role of promoting the country’s football with all necessary zeal and patriotism.“The collective responsibility being propagated by SWAN is already playing out with the unprecedented cooperation among critical stakeholders towards the cause, which has resulted to the Super Eagles leading their group after victories over Zambia and Algeria in Ndola and Uyo respectively.“What we expect from Nigerians and critical stakeholders at this point in time are actions and statements which would strengthen our team’s concentration towards achieving qualification and not controversy.“While we commend the Super Eagles and salute coach Gernot Rohr for their efforts so far, we are however hopeful that the team’s defence line would be strengthened to overcome greater challenges as we progress.SWAN also lauded the Federal Government, the National Assembly, the Akwa-Ibom State Government, as well as all other stakeholders for their continuous support to the team.“While we remind all critical stakeholders that the battle is not over until it is over, SWAN under the leadership of Honour Sirawoo will continue to seek the support and understanding of all stakeholders in the sports sector as it intensifies its reformation agenda towards effective service delivery and securing respect for sports journalists,” concludes the statement.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The Sports Writers Association of Nigeria (SWAN) leadership has described John Mikel Obi’s uncomplimentary comments about his lack of regulation at Chelsea FC as uncalled for and should not have been, in view of the Nigerian media’s contributions to his career and the country’s football as a whole.The Super Eagles captain had said comments made by the team’s coach Gernot Rohr before Saturday’s 3-1 win over Algeria were mistranslated and taken out of context by the Nigerian media, as “English isn’t Mr Rohr’s or much of the Nigeria media’s first language”.But SWAN however viewed the incident as part of its members’ sacrifice towards Nigeria’s qualification for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.The association had in a communiqué issued at the end of its convention in Ilorin in September urged all Nigerians to see the country’s qualification for Russia 2018 World Cup as a national project.last_img read more

  • NBA: Milwaukee Bucks top Eastern Conference after beating Philadelphia 76ers

    first_img Source: BBC Milwaukee Bucks ensured they would finish as Eastern Conference top seeds for the first time since 1974 with a 128-122 win over Philadelphia 76ers.Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 45 points as the Bucks ensured they would have home court advantage in the play-offs.“It’s been a really special year,” Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer said. “I’m very proud of the team.”Golden State Warriors boosted hope of finishing top in the Western Conference by beating Los Angeles Lakers 108-90.Golden State improved to 54 wins and 24 losses with four regular season games left and boast a two-game lead over Denver Nuggets.All eight Western Conference spots are filled, leaving just the finishing order to be determined.In the Eastern conference meanwhile, the Bucks have 59 wins and now have three matches to get to 60 regular season wins for just the fifth time in franchise history.Their latest success saw them take the final quarter 46-36 to overcome Philadelphia, with Antetokounmpo strengthening his claim to win the NBA’s Most Valuable Player Award.His haul of 45 points and 13 rebounds means he has 25 points or more and 10 rebounds or more in a game 42 times this season.Budenholzer added: “It’s a special performance from him. It felt like a statement. He’s an MVP in our eyes.“We didn’t play our best but had a couple of guys catch fire.“Any time you can have home court in the play-offs it’s a great thing.”last_img read more

  • Aubameyang’s 22nd goal of the season makes him Europe’s top scorer

    first_imgBang, bang, bang.That’s all Gabon goal machine Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang seems to be doing these days, and on Sunday, he banged in another.His strike was the 22nd of the season for Borussia Dortmund as they defeated derby rivals Schalke 3-2 in the Bundesliga.The 26-year-old striker’s goal in the 48th minute made it 3-1 for Dortmund and proved the winner despite visitors Schalke scoring afterwards.Aubameyang received a yellow card after pulling off his shirt in celebration to reveal a T-shirt bearing the text ‘Do you remember?’ under the Batman logo, having donned a “Caped Crusader” outfit in the derby last February when he also scored in a 3-0 win over Schalke.It was his 14th goal in 12 matches in the Bundesliga this season, making him joint-top scorer in the league with Bayern Munich’s Polish striker Robert Lewandowski. The result leaves second-placed Dortmund five points behind Bundesliga leaders Bayern, and eight points clear of third-placed Wolfsburg, while Schalke stay fifth.Aubameyang also scored in last Thursday’s 4-0 win over Azerbaijani side Qabala, making him the leading scorer in Europe with 22 goals in all competitions.–Follow Gary on Twitter: @garyalsmith. Get more updates on Facebook/Twitter with the #JoySports hashtaglast_img read more

  • Leonard Fournette says last season ‘humbled’ Jaguars

    first_img Jaguars fine Telvin Smith $88K for missing minicamp However, Fournette has already noticed a change this year. Jalen Ramsey restrains himself from ripping opposing QBs Leonard Fournette was honest about the Jaguars’ struggles last season.Jacksonville went 5-11 and missed the playoffs a year after making it to the AFC Championship game. The lowly record, Fournette says, humbled the team. The third-year running back, who was selected by the Jaguars as the fourth-overall pick in the 2017 draft, also admitted the team didn’t bring the right intensity and mindset entering the 2018 season.”I think we appreciate last season overall,” Fournette said after the team’s practice Saturday. “I feel like a lot of things, individually, we all could have done to get ourselves in better shape confidence-wise coming off a great season in 2017. I think last year kind of humbled a lot of us in some ways.” Related News “You see in the way guys practice,” Fournette said. “Some guys who kind of (had a) lack of effort, they’re not showing it this year. So I think last season kind of woke a lot of guys up.”Fournette is also hoping to get back to full capacity after playing just eight games last season where he logged just 439 rushing yards and six total touchdowns. Josh Allen injury update: Jaguars rookie (knee) likely to miss minicamplast_img read more

  • Wellington Police Notes: Tuesday, May 5, 2015

    first_imgWellington Police notes for Tuesday, May 5, 2015•3:55 a.m. Bryar N. Moore, 21, block was issued a notice to appear for no valid drivers’ license.•6:57 a.m. Officers investigated domestic battery in the 800 block N. Woodlawn, block by a known suspect•7:38 a.m. Nathanial B. Moore, 21, block was arrested, charged and bonded with domestic battery.•10:49 a.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to a sign and theft in the 400 block E. Harvey, Wellington..•1:25 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 2600 block N. A, Wellington..•3:20 p.m. Officers took a report of found keys in the 500 block E. 16th, Wellington..•4:30 p.m. Officers investigated burglary in the 1400 block E. Michigan, Wellington..•4:35 p.m. Officers took a report of found bicycle in the 200 block S. Washington, Wellington..•5 p.m. Officers investigated criminal false communication in the 200 block N. C, Wellington. by a known suspect(s).•7:24 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 400 block N. Cherry, Wellington..•7:54 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 800 block S. Jefferson, Wellington.•9:20 p.m. Juvenile male, 15, block was issued a notice to appear for Driver’s License violation.last_img read more

  • Real Madrid dispatches the Unionists with a discreet version

    first_img–OUTCOME: UNIONISTAS DE SALAMANCA, 1 – REAL MADRID, 3 (0-1, at rest).– ALIGNMENTS. Photo: EFE Those of Zidane go to eighths after being tied for a few minutes (1-3)So many of Bale, who was injured, Gongora (p.p.) and Brahim for whites He spent half an hour of the game and James, with an action of many carats, put the leather on the crossbar, but there was no way to expand the account. Without fuss, but with possession and authority, those of Zidane wasted up to three good occasions not to give life to their rival in the second round. And that was what happened after two opportunities sent to limbo. To top it off, Bale was no longer in the field suffering from another muscle injury.The first one was from James, who ran into Brais at 49 minutes in a very clear shot. That was when Jabi Luaces’ team found the lamp genie in an action that the people of Salamanca will never forget. Romero took the ball in three quarters of the field, caracoleó in front of Militao and found the hole to overcome Areola.The goal spurred Unionists, but Madrid did not succumb to its charms. Those of Zidane relied on the verticality of Vinicius and the Carvajal climbs to recover the mordant they had lost until then and just five minutes later they could find so much tranquility.Brahim seizes the opportunityMarcelo focused on the area and Brahim, just entered, finished off badly, but Gongora put it in his goal in an attempt to clear the ball. From there, the Unionists got rid of the white area, but it was Brahim who kissed the nets again. This time on a personal play on the right side.The Malaga whipped with his right leg and closed a game that will be historic for a club of only six years of life. The night of this January 22 will always be remembered because – for five minutes – they had against the ropes the 13 times European champion. Blessed new format, blessed Copa del Rey.DATA SHEET.center_img Real Madrid confirmed their classification for the round of 16 of the Copa del Rey after getting rid of the Salamanca Unionists on Wednesday (1-3) in a discreet match of the merengue team that solved the goals of Gareth Bale and Brahim Díaz after the scare of the locals, who came to match the tie for five minutes.From 57 to 62, the Pistas de Salamanca vibrated as they had not done in the last two decades. The visit of the white galaxy became madness with the goal of Álvaro Romero. A left-footed shot from the heart of the area that slipped through the entire Areola squad. Fear was present for those of Zidane, especially for the previous notice to Barça.Real Madrid was warned to the Salamanca turf, but soon any hint of anxiety was removed from the middle. The person in charge was Bale, who achieved the 0-1 before reaching the equator of the first half. The Welshman connected with a right leg a center of James and his shot was introduced by the goalkeeper’s stick.The goal, which was not celebrated by the ‘Cardiff Express’, served to appease the spirits of the Unionists and also those of all the noisy local stands. In fact, that launch of Bale gave more dominance in the final meters and Benzema forgave the second after a shot that hit the side of the net. UNIONISTS: Brais; Gallego, Zubiri, Ayoze (Amouzou, min. 86), Góngora, Piojo; Javi Navas (Diego González, min. 80), Guille Andrés, De la Nava, José Ángel; and Garrido (Romero, min. 55).REAL MADRID: Areola; Carvajal, Militao, Nacho, Marcelo; Casemiro, Valverde, James (Isco, min. 80); Vinicius, Bale (Brahim, min. 53) and Benzema (Jovic, min. 75).– GOALS:0 – 1, min. 18, Bale.1 – 1, min. 57, Romero.1 – 2, min. 62, Gongora, in own goal.1 – 3, min. 92, Brahim.–REFEREE: Melero López (C. Andalusia). Yellow card with Romero (min. 67) in the Unionistas.–STADIUM: The clues. 4,000 spectators Full.last_img read more