The Dominica Labour Party (DLP) candidate for the Colihaut constituency has revealed several plans which she says needs urgent attention in the constituency.Local Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) registrar, Catherine Daniel, says her aim in this election is to bring development to the three hamlets; Dublanc, Bioche and Colihaut.Lady Daniel, as she is commonly called, was endorsed in her home town on Thursday 27 November 2014.“I heard your needs, your need for a feeder road, I heard your need for a much needed health center, you want your health center constructed, I heard your cry for the erection of a police station…For Dublanc I heard the resource center, I heard you want to complete that,” she said.Among her major development plans are the construction of a sporting facility to be named in honour of cricketer Shane Shillingford and athlete Luan Gabriel who are both from the constituency.“I heard your cry for a sporting facility, a community that nurtured, in Dublanc, Shane Shillingford, the community that nurtured Luan Gabriel and I think we should be so proud of this sporting icons that we need to upgrade the sporting facility, complete that small pavilion and name it these two icons,” she said.Land reform and housing development were also noted among Daniel’s priority projects for the area.“I heard your demand in Bioche for land reform because you said the village is too small, you need expansion and we are also looking at this. I heard your plea for housing development this we have started and we will continue and we would look but we will look on a needs basis,” Ms Daniel said.She added that improvements to roads and the Bioche playing field will also receive attention.Ms Daniel further called for unity among residents of the three hamlets.“I would like to see that community unity, that community love so that when we decide to help people the help goes to those most in need first,” she noted. Share Tweet Sharing is caring! LocalNewsPolitics ‘Lady Daniel’ reveals major plans for Colihaut Constituency by: Dominica Vibes News – November 28, 2014 Share 519 Views no discussions Share
The loss for the six months ended June 30, 2019 includes $0.3 million of impairment charges of one vessel, while the loss for the six months ended June 30, 2018 includes $15.6 million of impairment charges of one vessel and $16.7 million of aggregate loss on sale of six vessels. Performance Shipping Inc. (NASDAQ: DCIX) on Monday reported a net loss of $1.6 million for the second quarter of 2019, compared to a net loss of $42.3 million for the same period of 2018. Image used for representational purposes only (Image Courtesy: IndiaInfoline) Time charter revenues were $4.5 million for the second quarter of 2019, compared to $6.3 million for the same period of 2018. This decrease was primarily due to the decrease in size of the Company’s fleet, and was partially offset by the increased time charter rates achieved as a result of improved market conditions. Net loss for the six months ended June 30, 2019, amounted to $1.7 million, compared to a net loss of $46.2 million for the six months ended June 30, 2018. Time charter revenues for the six months ended June 30, 2019, amounted to $10.0 million, compared to $14.3 million for the six months ended June 30, 2018. Sea News, July 30 The loss for the second quarter of 2019 includes $0.3 million of impairment charges of one vessel, while the loss for the second quarter of 2018 includes $15.6 million of impairment charges of one vessel and $19.0 million of aggregate loss on sale of three vessels. Author: Baibhav Mishra
NXP Semiconductors has released new IEEE 802.15.4 wireless microcontrollers (MCUs) that deliver ultra-low power connected intelligence for Zigbee 3.0 and Thread applications. As the latest members of NXP’s JN series of devices, the JN5189 and JN5188 are NXP’s first to provide an integrated NFC NTAG while supporting a wide operating temperature range (-40 ℃ to +125 ℃). They also include MCU peripherals making them ideal for smart home, building automation, sensor network, smart lighting and numerous other battery-powered applications.The JN5188 and JN5189 devices are powered by an Arm® Cortex®-M4 running at 48MHz and include up to 640KB of onboard flash and 152KB SRAM, providing storage space and flexibility for complex applications and software over-the-air (OTA) updates. The optional NFC NTAG provides standardized out-of-band communications to dramatically simplify the pairing process. Users tap a JN5189T/JN518T-based Internet-of-Things (IoT) device to an NFC reader for quick connection to a Zigbee and/or Thread network. The integrated NFC NTAG also allows for powerless access to devices for system diagnostics and device commissioning.Additionally, NXP provides pin-to-pin compatible solutions for Bluetooth® Low Energy and multiprotocol radio frequency devices. These new JN wireless MCUs come with complete enablement for diverse IoT applications delivering connected intelligence while delivering fast time-to-market and development time.Robust features of the JN5189/88 MCUs: Low-power: Innovative 4.3 mA Rx, 7.4 mA @ +0 dBm low-power solution with numerous low-power modes Standardized connectivity: 802.15.4 System-on-a-Chip (SoC) with Zigbee 3.0 and Thread 1.1 certificationMCU intelligence: Rich set of MCU capabilities, including a digital MIC interface with wake up on audio event and Quad SPI NOR flash memory controller for high density data storage or code executionAdvanced integration: Robust peripherals including NFC NTAG reduces system board footprint and cost of manufacturing with digital and analog integration. Robust RF: Integrated power amplifiers with exceptionally high transmit power (up to +11 dBm) for long distance transmission.Secure connections: Onboard hardware AES Engine (AES128, AES256) for data encryption protected by hardware keys Broad portfolio: NXP also offers pin-to-pin compatible solutions for Bluetooth LE and Multiprotocol RF devices. NXP’s MCUXpresso software development kit (SDK) for the JN portfolio is compatible with the latest toolchains from IAR and NXP’s MCUXpresso IDE. The full MCUXpresso suite of software and tools provides a seamless software experience across all NXP devices as well as a fast path to add Zigbee 3.0 and Thread capabilities to an existing design on other NXP devices. The NXP Internet-of-Things (IoT) Toolbox smart device application is available, along with the NXP connectivity tool and test Tool – both are designed to help developers evaluate RF performance and test more efficiently.
[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” admin_preview_bg=”]January 12, 2018[/av_textblock][av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” admin_preview_bg=”]Kaya Futbol Club general manager Paul Tolentino and Iloilo-based players Shirmar Felongco and Joven Bedic made a courtesy call to Gov. Arthur Defensor Sr. to propose a partnership with Iloilo province for the 2018 season of the Philippines Football League. PHOTO COURTESY OF EDWIN CARO LARU-ANKAYA Futbol Club could have a new home court in the 2018 Philippines Football League – it is currently in talks with the Iloilo provincial government for a possible partnership.The club, represented by General Manager Paul Tolentino and Iloilo-based players Shirmar Felongco and Joven Bedic, made their proposal to Gov. Arthur Defensor Sr. on Jan. 10.Defensor have shown interest in the proposal. He tasked Provincial Administrator Raul Banias, former Philippine Football Federation secretary-general Pablito Araneta and Atty. Dennis Ventilacion to study the possible partnership.“This is it. The first step has been taken,” Araneta said. “We know Iloilo is considered one of the country’s football hotbeds, so this will be a welcome development.”If the partnership pushes through, Kaya plans to use Iloilo Sports Complex in La Paz, Iloilo City as home court for PFL.Kaya is one of the oldest active Philippine football clubs. Established in 1996, it became one of the founding members of the United Football League (UFL) in 2010.The Santi Araneta-supported football squad has one UFL championship on its belt and one international tournament appearance, during the 2016 Asian Football Confederation Cup.Last year, Kaya made University of Makati as its PFL home court. The club finished on third place in the elimination round but was booted out by eventual champion Ceres Negros FC in the semifinals./PN[/av_textblock][/av_one_full] Kaya Futbol Club general manager Paul Tolentino and Iloilo-based players Shirmar Felongco and Joven Bedic made a courtesy call to Gov. Arthur Defensor Sr. to propose a partnership with Iloilo province for the 2018 season of the Philippines Football League. PHOTO COURTESY OF EDWIN CARO LARU-AN [av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” av-desktop-hide=” av-medium-hide=” av-small-hide=” av-mini-hide=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=”][/av_textblock][av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’Kaya Futbol Club Iloilo-bound?’ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=” subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=” av-medium-font-size-title=” av-small-font-size-title=” av-mini-font-size-title=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” admin_preview_bg=”]BY ADRIAN STEWART CO[/av_heading]
MOLINE, Ill. – Five finalists have been named for the 2017 Division II Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award presented by Barbasol. Chandler Blanchet from West Florida, Simon Fraser’s Chris Crisologo, BYU-Hawaii’s Nicolas Herrera, Richard Mansell from Nova Southeastern, and Florida Southern’s John VanDerLaan are finalists for award. The winner will be announced June 1. The Award presentation will be held at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio, and presented by award namesake Jack Nicklaus during the final round of the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide. In addition to receiving the Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award, the five recipients will compete in the Barbasol Shootout for an exemption into the PGA TOUR’s Barbasol Championship, held July 20-23, at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Grand National in Opelika, Ala. The Barbasol Shootout will be held Saturday, June 3 at the storied Scioto Country Club in Columbus, Ohio – the same club where Jack Nicklaus first learned the game of golf as a young boy. Blanchet is a Nicklaus Award finalist for the second-straight year. A junior from Gainesville, Fla., he has six tournament victories this season. He has three additional top three finishes in his 10 events. He was named Gulf South Conference Golfer of the Year. The current leader in all divisions in the Golfstat Cup, which measures adjusted stroke average at 68.84, Blanchet has posted 19 of his 28 rounds in the 60s and 24 round at par or better.Crisologo won four tournaments during his junior season. A native of Richmond, B.C., He finished inside the top 13 in nine of 10 events. Crisologo was named Great Northwest Athletic Conference Player of the Year for the second consecutive season. He shot par or better in 19 of 28 rounds.A native of Cali, Colombia, Herrera won the Hawaii Challenge. The senior has posted five runner-up finishes and has not placed outside the top 10 in nine events. A first-team All-PacWest selection, Herrera currently holds a 69.75 stroke average. He has carded par or better for 17 straight rounds.A senior from Staffordshire, England, Mansell claimed the Armstrong Pirate Men’s Invitational. It was one of eight top five finishes for Mansell. He was named first-team Sunshine State Conference. Mansell enters the NCAA Championships with a 71.12 stroke average with 20 of 33 rounds at par or better. He will represent Europe in June in the Arnold Palmer Cup.VanDerLaan was a Nicklaus finalist for the second time after earning his first nod in 2015. He won or tied for medalist honors in three events, including the NCAA South/Southeast Regional. VanDerLaan posted six additional top five finishes and only placed outside the top 10 once in 11 events. He was previously named Sunshine State Conference Golfer of the Year.Nicklaus, a Big Ten and NCAA Champion at The Ohio State University, helped inspire and create the Jack Nicklaus Award in 1988 and it is now presented to the National Player of the year in NCAA Divisions I, II and III, as well as NAIA and NJCAA.About Barbasol:Barbasol ® is America’s #1 brand of shaving cream. For nearly 100 years, generations of men have trusted Barbasol for a close, comfortable shave. The premium formula is available in 6 varieties. Barbasol is also proud to offer NEW Premium Disposable Razors in multiple blade counts including 6-Blade, 3-Blade and Twin Blade! Barbasol Shaving Cream and Barbasol Premium Disposable Razors are available at retailers nationwide. For more information, visit Barbasol.com or follow @BarbasolShave on Twitter and Instagram. Barbasol is owned by Dublin, Ohio-based Perio Inc. Print Friendly Version
Tennessee Vols “Power T”Tennessee received a commitment Monday from Knoxville Catholic offensive tackle Cade Mays, a 2018 prospect.“So proud to say that I’ve made the greatest decision of my life and commit to The University of Tennessee! #GoVols,” Mays posted to Twitter.The 6-foot-5, 290-pound Mays also held offers from Alabama, Clemson, Florida State and Texas A&M, among other schools, according to 247Sports.com. His decision gave Tennessee coach Butch Jones his first commitment for the class of 2018.Mays is the son of former Tennessee lineman Kevin Mays.Reach Matt Slovin at email@example.com or on Twitter @MattSlovin.
AFL Carlton could receive a massive boost ahead of Saturday night’s game against Adelaide, with star ruckman Matthew Kreuzer a strong chance to return from a groin injury. Key defender Jacob Weitering (corked thigh) could also be available for selection this round. However, Blues captain Marc Murphy (plantar fascia) will be sidelined for at least another week, while defender Ciaran Byrne (quad) faces another six weeks on the sidelines after suffering a setback in his rehabilitation. Kreuzer has been sorely missed over the past two rounds when the Blues suffered credible losses to West Coast and the Western Bulldogs. If he proves his fitness to take on the Crows at Adelaide Oval, it will significantly bolster Carlton as it seeks its first win of the season. “Matthew Kreuzer has been training well this week. He’ll be a test at the end of the week, but we’re hopeful he’ll be available for selection,” Carlton football manager Andrew McKay told the club’s website. Weitering has also missed Carlton’s past two games, having struggled to overcome a badly corked quad. McKay said the former No.1 draft pick had trained well this week and was expected to be available for selection. However, Weitering’s poor form prior to his injury could mean he returns via the VFL with the Northern Blues. Murphy has not played since injuring his foot in the warm-up before Carlton’s round four loss to North Melbourne, but is closing in on a return. “Marc is progressing with managing that plantar fascia injury. He’s still one to two weeks away from returning, but we’re quite hopeful he’ll be right to go against Essendon next week,” McKay said. Irishman Ciaran Byrne has been sidelined since round two, and is now unlikely to return before Carlton’s round 12 bye. “Unfortunately, Ciaran Byrne has had a setback with that quad injury. We’re going to treat him very conservatively over the next few weeks, but we’ve had to push his return-to-play date back to another six weeks,” McKay said. In other injury news at Ikon Park, ruckman Matthew Lobbe (hamstring) must pass a fitness test to play this weekend, while midfielder David Cunningham will miss two weeks after suffering a hamstring strain in the Northern Blues’ match against Port Melbourne last Saturday. Veteran defender Alex Silvagni (achilles tendon) will miss another three weeks.
© Plovdiv24.bgQuite disturbing news came from PFC Botev after the general meeting of the “yellow-black” public held tonight in the building of the Military House. It was organized by PFC Botev Association, Botev Plovdiv Supporters Club and Bultras United Factions.It turned out that Botev’s liabilities at the moment are about BGN 1,650,000. BGN 750,000 are the liabilities to local taxes and fees, BGN 240,000 to the National Revenue Agency, BGN 120,000 to the Zapryanovi company and BGN 100,000 to the Plovdiv police. In addition, a quarter of a million are the salaries of football players, coaches and employees for the month of July, which had to be paid by August 20, but have not yet been paid.However, the club expects revenues of about BGN 600,000 in the coming weeks. The funds come from the transfer of 16-year-old Nikola Iliev to the Italian giants Inter (Milan). However, this money will be enough for the “canaries” to patch up salaries for July and August.The “yellow-blacks” have to provide from somewhere and about half a million to buy the debt that remained after the bankruptcy of KTB.“No one knew or was informed what would happen. That is why we made the selection approved by Mr. Samuilov. There were other players who had to be recruited and those who had to be released. After the situation changed, we stopped the selection “, said the goalkeeping coach Lilcho Arsov, quoted by dsport.bg. It was commented at the meeting that Botev has signed advertising contracts for 60,000 per month, and Georgi Samuilov has informed the Association that he will provides another 30,000 per month, but this news has not been officially confirmed.
A hugely entertaining final day is anticipated as Guyana’s Indoor Hockey juggernauts all secured semi-final places in this year’s edition of the annual GTT National Indoor Hockey Championships, set for the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall (CASH), today. In the men’s first division semis, Pepsi Hikers who topped the table by defeating Old Fort 5-4 in the final group match, will face Saints in the semi-finals while GCC will take on Old Fort in the other. GCC, in their final group match, defeated Saints 4-1 with Kevin Spencer going past the upright twice for the winners, while Steven Xavier and Mark Sargeant scored the other two goals. Shakeem Fausette netted the consolation goal for Saints. The women’s semi-final match-up will see the well-oiled GBTI GCC Tigers facing Old Fort 2.1.2 in the first of two semi-finals while Pepsi Hikers will do battle against the emerging GCC Bingo Spartans. Tigers, who are the hot favourites at this moment, whipped Hikers 6-1 in their final group match to send a stern message to their other counterparts. Sonia Jardine was once again among the goals after scoring twice while Dacia Woodroffe, Allyah Gordon, Gabriella Xavier and Shebiki Baptise scored the other goals. Nicole Eastman recorded the lone strike for Hikers. GCC Bingo Spartans, on the other hand, defeating Od Fort, 3-1 in their final group match of the championship. Goals for Spartans came off the sticks of Dominique de Groot, Kirsten Gomes and Abosaide Cadogan. Akeaba Singh scored Old Fort’s lone goal. Meanwhile, the results on the penultimate evening, which decided the second division semi-final placements saw Saints Silencers, defeating Hikers Young Gunz 6-2 in their male second division match with Seon Sookhail and Parmanand Dindial spearheading the win with hat-tricks each. The other male second division match of the evening saw Hikers Cadets defeating Saint Sensations 2-1. There were wins for Woodpecker Hikers, who defeated Old Fort Goal Chasers 3-2 as GBTI GCC Spice recorded a 3-2 over Saints in the women’s second division category. GCC Vintage, on the other hand, continued their ominous form by hammering Old Fort Mustangs 10 – 4 on the back of four goals each from the inform Kevin Spencer and Philip Fernandes. Second division semi-finals are as follows: Women’s second D – GBTI GCC Spice vs Saints and GCC Bingo Spartans vs Hikers Men’s second D – Old Fort Top Form vs Old Fort Rogue and Saints Silencers vs GCC Pitbulls
Defending champion Alexander Zverev reached the last four at the ATP Finals with a 6-4 7-6(4) defeat of Russian debutant Daniil Medvedev on Friday and consigned Rafael Nadal to an early exit at the same time.The 22-year-old German served superbly throughout and held his nerve in the second-set tiebreak to notch a second group victory to claim second spot ahead of world number one Nadal.Spaniard Nadal had earlier beaten group winner Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-7(4) 6-4 7-5 in a near three-hour battle to keep his hopes alive but needed Medvedev to do him a favour by beating Zverev.Medvedev, 23, dropped his opening service game and never made much of an impression on his opponent’s serve.He double-faulted at 3-4 in the tiebreak to give Zverev a two-point lead and Zverev finished it off with an ace.While it was a great night for Zverev it was disappointing for those who had hoped to see a Nadal versus Roger Federer semi-final on Saturday.Greek debutant Tsitsipas will face six-time champion Federer while Zverev will face Austrian Dominic Thiem.ReutersRelated