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Homepage BannerNews WhatsApp WhatsApp By News Highland – April 17, 2021 Facebook Google+ Facebook Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows System of mandatory hotel quarantine being introduced in Northern Ireland Twitter Pinterest Pinterest Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Previous articleNUJ call for justice ahead of 2nd anniversary of Lyra McKeeNext articleHSE ready to adjust vaccination programme if younger people prioritised News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Twitter A system of mandatory hotel quarantine is being introduced in Northern Ireland.Passengers who’ve been in a “red list” country in the 10 days before arrival will have to book in.The cost for one adult is just over 2 thousand euro – and 375 euro for a child between 5 and 12.The system’s being brought in before international flights to the North resume. DL Debate – 24/05/21 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme
Burglars entered Lyons and Dillon Halls Sunday and stole computers, cell phones and personal items, said Dave Chapman, assistant director for Notre Dame Security Police (NDSP). The incidents were reported within two hours of each other, and the burglars did not force their way into the dorm or into rooms, he said. “How they got in [the dorms] is somebody had to let them in,” Chapman said. “They didn’t force their way in any of the rooms. The rooms were unlocked.” NDSP was not able to identify or catch the suspects, and Chapman said he believes it to be an isolated incident. “Every once in a while we have this happen,” he said. Chapman encouraged students to report anyone who suspiciously attempts to enter a dorm or is seen inside. “If someone tries to get in their dorm they don’t know or looks like they are tailgating them in, they should ask them, ‘Who are you here to see? Why are you here?” Chapman said. “Things like that.” He also encouraged students to call NDSP if they see anyone in dorm hallways that seems unfamiliar or out of place. “That’s what we’re going to need to catch these people,” he said. “We need the students’ help.”
Submit Share SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 ESI Digital – No Drama Please… Esports growth should be treated as business as usual August 20, 2020 Share Related Articles StumbleUpon Betway and Dafabet grow La Liga sponsorship portfolios August 14, 2020 Bookmakers appear tepid on the prospect of an enlarged 48-team FIFA World Cup for 2026. Last week, the FIFA Council voted unanimously in favour of President Gianni Infantino’s expanded 48 team format, which drew criticism from multiple football stakeholders.At present, the expanded 48 team tournament will see an opening stage of 16 groups of three teams, with the top two teams progressing to an enlarged 32-team knockout round, adding an additional round of ‘knockouts’ to the existing World Cup format.Stating his case for expansion, Infantino detailed that a 50% enlarged World Cup would generate new audiences and expected higher revenues for FIFA members. At a game level, Infantino and expansion supporters detailed that the ‘extra round of knockouts’ would generate ‘more exciting football’ for spectators.Nevertheless, critics have pointed that Infantino’s expansion will simply ‘water down’ the level of competition for World Cup 2026. Furthermore, there are concerns that spectators may lose interest in a low-quality World Cup.Alan Alger – BetwayAt an early stage of assessment, Alan Alger Betway’s Head of Communications noted caution when discussing an expanded format: “It’s hard to know which innovations and developments in the betting industry will be in place by 2026, so it’s difficult to make an accurate prediction about how the tournament will play out.”The additional round of knockout stages may look attractive to bookmakers, however Alger notes the importance of tournament quality for punter engagement.“The extra knockout matches from the round of 32 onwards will certainly produce a good tournament in terms of competitive betting, with four games a day likely to increase multiples. However, the increase in the number of teams qualifying for the tournament is undoubtedly going to lead to match-ups in the group stage that not many people are going to be interested in, and the betting may mirror that.”Anthony Cousins – UnibetFrom a trading and market perspective Unibet’s Head of Sportsbook Anthony Cousins believes that a peculiar format with smaller teams in stature may well play to a bookmaker’s advantage.“Of course, there will be lesser interest in some of the “minnow” matches,” he said. “However, these teams usually play international friendlies in the pre-tournament build up where many other matches also take place and cannibalise turnover, we would much rather see an important standalone match where the outcome means everything.”Cousins further added that critics of the 48-team format may have been too quick to dismiss teams as low-quality minnows: “We also shouldn’t presume that the teams will be minnows – the format means that teams such as England are far more likely to qualify and based on current FIFA rankings would include teams such as South Korea, Sweden, Denmark, Japan, Greece and Australia – teams with big tournament pedigrees.“Ultimately in international football, the “lesser” teams have become more competitive and the top teams less dominant which for bookmakers and football bettors makes the 48 team World Cup great news… just not so much for the football purist and non-bettors where the tournament is likely to drag on.”
One person is in custody after a police chase in Broward County.According to the report, authorities attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a Jeep Wrangler around 10:00 am, however, the driver refused to stop.The driver of the vehicle then sped westbound down Oakland Park Boulevard where they continued onto Interstate 95 followed several police cruisers.Several minutes into the police chase, police conducted a pit maneuver which caused the Jeep to flip over on its side and ended the police chase.The driver was then pulled from the vehicle through the sunroof and taken into custody.All northbound I-95 lanes have been shut down just north of Hillsboro Boulevard where the chase ended.Drivers are being advised to seek alternate routes.
By The Nelson Daily SportsThe teams played 120 minutes and settled nothing.Kootenay Wildcats and Fraser Valley Phantom played to a pair of ties during B.C. Female AAA Midget Hockey League play this past weekend in Nelson.Sunday, Christina Bonacci of Trail scored with four minutes remaining in the game to pull the Cats to a 2-2 draw at the NDCC Arena.Saturday, it was Hailey McLean of Castlegar scoring with just over five minutes left in the game to allow Kootenay to tie the Phantom 3-3.The pair of single points allowed the Cats to overtake the Vancouver Fusion for third spot in BCFMHL standings and set up a rematch with the Phantom March 18-20 in the Fraser Valley in the first round of the playoffs.Saturday, Stephanie Digness scored a shorthanded tally with time running out in the second period to give Fraser Valley a 3-2 lead.But McLean combined with Midway’s Shannon Hall and Kiana Strand of Invermere to allow the 9-14-2 Cats to grab the single point.Nelson’s Aimee DiBella, fresh off her trip to the Canada Winter Games as a member of Team B.C. in Halifax, and Bonacci also scored for Kootenay.Sunday, the teams played to a scoreless first period before unleashing the offence. Fraser Valley opened the scoring with a goal by Katherine Kovacs before Strands tied the contest.Seven minutes into the second the Caitlyn Younger restored the lead for Fraser Valley before Bonacci evened the score for the Wildcats.Prince George Cougars travel to Vancouver to meet the Fusion in a best-of-three quarter final round playoff. The winner meets Okanagan Rockets in semi final [email protected]
He opened the scoring at the 12 minute mark of the first period on a Selkirk power-play and helped set up another man-advantage tally less than three minutes later.Then, with the Saints up a pair midway through the second period, he sent team captain Jordan Wood in alone on TWU starter Harry Fredeman. Wood made no mistake to extend the home lead to 4-1 and earn Proulx his third point of the game and first-star honours. The Trail, B.C. product leads the Saints in scoring through three regular season games with six points (two goals, four assists).Those totals are also good for second in the BCIHL behind Player of the Week winner Ben Van Lare. “Logan’s had an excellent start to the season and made big contributions at both ends of the ice,” said Saints head coach Jeff Dubois.”He’s formed a productive partnership with his linemates (Wood and former BCHL, 50-point winger Jackson Garrett) and been named an assistant captain on account of his strong leadership skills.” The Saints return to home ice at the Castlegar Recreation Complex on Friday in a battle of unbeaten teams when Thompson Rivers University (Kamloops, B.C.) visits for the first of two weekend games.Faceoff is set for 7:30 p.m. For more information on Saints single game tickets and passes, visit GoSaints.ca.SAINTS NOTES: This is the second consecutive week that a Selkirk player was tabbed as an Honourable Mention for BCIHL Player of the Week. Defenceman Lucas Hildrebrand was recognized last week after his OT goal lifted the Saints to a win over the University of Victoria. The Selkirk College Saints Men’s Hockey program is pleased to announce that first-year centre Logan Proulx has been named an Honourable Mention for the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League’s Player of the Week award. The 21-year old continued his hot start to the 2012/13 BCIHL regular season on Friday in the Saints’ home opener, scoring a goal and adding a pair of assists in his team’s 6-1 victory over Trinity Western University.
The probable tomb of Herod the Great has been found, reported Haaretz a day before a scheduled press conference. This is the King Herod who slaughtered the innocents of Bethlehem at the time of Christ’s birth after being visited by the wise men. Scholars knew he was supposed to be buried at his fortress of Herodium. Despite years of excavation, the sarcophagus had not been found till now. Since no inscriptions have yet been found, full confirmation is pending. For more details, see Arutz Sheva, Science Daily, BBC News, Science Now, National Geographic and EurekAlert, based on a press release from Hebrew University. Todd Bolen has provided historical background on the Bible Places blog with additional links. The AP story on Yahoo has a slide show of Herod’s hilltop fortress and palace.Any time something about a Bible character is discovered, it’s big news, and King Herod was a big character. The paranoid megalomaniac was responsible for both monumental buildings and horrendous crimes. Seeing the remains of his monuments at Caesarea Maritima, Herodium, Masada, Jericho and the Temple Mount underscores his genius for pulling off large and elaborate construction projects. The Herodium, where his sarcophagus was found, is a crumbling ruin. Yet a few miles north, in Bethlehem, on a silent night, another King was born. Gentle as a Lamb, He changed the world forever. Despite Herod’s cruel yet futile attempt to wipe out any competition, that King is alive in the hearts of millions today. He didn’t take titles and make monuments to Himself. He taught, He who would be greatest among you, let him be your servant (Matthew 23). Seek first the kingdom of God, He said, and all these things will be added to you (Sermon on the Mount). By humbling Himself unto death, He has become King of Kings, and Lord of Lords (Philippians 2, Revelation 19). Within a couple of hours, you can tour Bethlehem, where a humble King was born and placed in a manger, then the Herodium, where about two years later a proud king was buried in a monument to himself. Before Herod died he ordered leading men to be slaughtered so that there would be some mourning on the day of his death (fortunately, his sister prevented the order from being carried out). Jesus died outside the gate of Jerusalem but gave life to His followers. Herod’s monuments, impressive as they were, lie in ruins. But 2000 years after Christ, the most elaborate buildings in the world ring with praises to Christ, the King. What a contrast. Which path are you on? the way of Herod, or the way of the cross? Jesus said, He who exalts himself will be humbled, but he who humbles himself will be exalted (Luke 14:11).(Visited 7 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
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Farah Khan’s magnum opus Happy New Year’s trailer has just come out and it looks like fans of Bollywood are up for another rollercoaster ride.Apart from the larger-than-life SRK at the helm of the film, we are pretty interested by the look of Junior Bachchan who plays a double role in the multi-starrer.The much awaited trailer of Farah Khan’s Happy New Year is finally outShedding futher light on Abhishek’s role, it has been revealed by a leading tabloid that the talented actor will be playing a raving alcoholic in one role while that of a tapori in the other.Abhishek is apparently very excited as this is the first time he will be seen in a double role, and also an alcoholic.It has also been added by sources that Abhi is completely indebted to SRK who helped him prepare for both the roles, having played an alcoholic in Devdas and a tapori in Josh.Moviewise, in a unique promotional strategy, the cast of Happy New Year has changed their Twitter names to the names that they have in the film.The film which is set to release on Diwali, conveys the message that in order to achieve your goals you have to respect them.
Frenchman Antoine Griezmann joined regulars Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo on the shortlist for FIFA’s Player of the Year award on Friday.Claudio Ranieri and Fernando Santos, the men behind two of the year’s biggest surprises, were nominated for the best coach award alongside Real Madrid’s Zinedine Zidane.Germany’s Melanie Behringer, last year’s winner Carli Lloyd of the United States and Brazil’s five-times winner Marta were nominated for the women’s player of the year award. (Also read: Cristiano Ronaldo says he and Lionel Messi are not ‘friends’)Ronaldo helped Portugal win Euro 2016, although his performances were often criticised and he was injured early in the final against France, and he won the Champions League with Real Madrid.Messi led Argentina to the final of the Copa Centenario, where they lost to Chile, and won La Liga with Barcelona.Angry with the leadership of the Argentine FA, he briefly announced his international retirement but later back-tracked.Atletico Madrid forward Griezmann earned a spot with his performances for France at Euro 2016.Ronaldo and Messi have shared the award since 2008, with Messi winning five times to Ronaldo’s three, and it was the sixth time in a row both have featured in the final shortlist of three.Ronaldo won in 2008, 2013, 2014 with Messi second on each occasion. Messi won from 2009-12 and again last year with Ronaldo second on every occasion except in 2010 when Andres Iniesta was runner-up.In the coaching race, Italian Ranieri led Leicester City to the English Premier League title against all the odds while Santos won Euro 2016 with Portugal, their first major trophy.advertisementThe first FIFA award was held in 1991 when it was won by German Lothar Matthaeus while the women’s player of the year of the award has been held every year since 2001.From 2010 to last year inclusive, the awards were organised jointly with France Football magazine and known as the FIFA Ballon d’Or.Following the split with the French publication, the ceremony, which will be held in Zurich on January 9, has been renamed “The Best FIFA Football Awards”.