East Hampton, NY – 10/17/18 – East Hampton boys soccer vs. Amityville in East Hampton, NY October 17, 2018. Independent/Gordon M. Grant East Hampton, NY – 10/17/18 – East Hampton boys soccer vs. Amityville in East Hampton, NY October 17, 2018. (Photo by Gordon M. Grant) East Hampton, NY – 10/17/18 – East Hampton boys soccer vs. Amityville in East Hampton, NY October 17, 2018. (Photo by Gordon M. Grant) East Hampton, NY – 10/17/18 – East Hampton boys soccer vs. Amityville in East Hampton, NY October 17, 2018. (Photo by Gordon M. Grant) Share East Hampton’s Aubrey Tulp tries to win a header. Independent/Gordon M. GrantEast Hampton’s boys soccer team had high expectations for this season.The Bonackers, boasting seven seniors, were predicted to finish second in a competitive League V. East Hampton may have finished 7-7 in a third-place tie with Wyandanch and Islip, and lost to No. 1 Amityville (in League V and Class A) in the final game of the regular season, 4-0, but the team made it back to the first round of the playoffs.East Hampton fell to Hauppauge in a tough 2-1 fashion last year. No. 11-seeded East Hampton edged No. 6 Kings Park October 22, 1-0, to avenge a first-round loss from last season. Sebastian Fuquen scored the lone goal of the game in the second half. Kurt Matthews made six saves for the Bonackers, which travel to square off against No. 3 Elwood-John Glenn in the quarterfinals October 25 at 2 PM.Also making it to the postseason are Class B contenders Mattituck and Hampton Bays. The No. 3 Tuckers take on No. 2 Center Moriches on the road on Wednesday, October 24, at 2:30 PM, and the Baymen travel to No. 1 Babylon at 4:30 PM. Mattituck finished 10-6 overall and 9-3 in League VII behind undefeated Babylon (12-2-1 overall, 12-0 in the conference). Hampton Bays (6-8-1 overall, 4-7-1 in League VI) finished fourth. Center Moriches ended the season 10-4-2 and 8-3-1 in conference play. The winners of the semifinal matchups will play each other in the Class B final at Diamond in the Pines in Coram on Saturday at 1 PM. Greenport, which ended the season 10-6 overall and 8-4 in League VIII, earned the No. 1 seed and a chance to face No. 2 Southold (8-7 and 7-5 in League VII) in the Class C final at Diamond in the Pines on Saturday, October 27, at 1 PM. The Porters edged Southold 2-1 in the final game of the regular season for both teams October 16. Mateo Arias scored both goals and William Chapeton had an assist. The game-winner was off a free kick from 23 yards out in the second half. Greenport’s Miguel Torres and Southold’s Cole Brigham each made five stops in email@example.com
The British Marine Aggregate Producers Association (BMAPA) has been working on a series of regional brochures to describe the geological evolution of local coastlines, the geological origins of the offshore sand and gravel resources that are being dredged and the influence of the modern day waves and tides on both these deposits and the coastline.Mark Russell, Director BMAPA, said, “With the growing influence of climate change and extreme weather events, the profile and awareness of local coastal change has never been higher. This can sometimes lead to the view that such changes are somehow being influenced by the extraction of marine sand and gravel, despite the fact that dredging takes place in licensed areas well offshore and there are no physical processes that link it to the natural erosion of the coastline that has been occurring since prehistory.”“Rather than representing a threat to coastlines, the marine aggregate sector plays a key strategic role responding to the challenges of natural coastal change by supplying sand and gravel to large scale coast defense and beach replenishment projects, with over 38 million tonnes being used for this purpose since 1990. Given the dual challenges presented by sea level rise and increased storminess, the use of marine sand and gravel for coast protection purposes is likely to become increasingly important – a fact recognized by both the Marine Policy Statement and the developing marine planning process.”Information is also provided about the scale of marine aggregate dredging that is taking place, how the activity is assessed, regulated and monitored and how similar activities are controlled in other European countries.In preparing these brochures, BMAPA and The Crown Estate liaised closely with representatives of the Local Government Association Coastal Special Interest Group (LGA Coastal SIG).Half the construction aggregates currently being used in London come from marine sources. With on average three 5,000 tonne cargoes a day being landed at wharves along the Thames river.More Info
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Ovens has spent 35 years in the freight industry, holding a variety of positions spanning sales and business development, HR and operations in Europe, the Middle East and Indian subcontinent. He has worked for several major organisations including Panalpina and Danzas, and was most recently employed as senior VP Contract Logistics for Kuehne & Nagel.In his new post at TGF, Ovens will oversee all sales and business development throughout the company’s European and Middle East stations, co-ordinating national sales forces and ensuring EME sales’ contribution to the TGF global sales strategy.
Author: Associated Press Do you see a typo or an error? Let us know. SHARE NEW YORK (AP) – Yahoo says it believes hackers stole data from more than one billion user accounts in August 2013, in what is thought to be the largest data breach at an email provider.The Sunnyvale, California, company was also home to what’s now most likely the second largest hack in history, one that exposed 500 million Yahoo accounts . The company disclosed that breach in September. Yahoo said it hasn’t identified the intrusion associated with this theft.Yahoo says the information stolen may include names, email addresses, phone numbers, birthdates and security questions and answers. The company says it believes bank-account information and payment-card data were not affected.But the company said hackers may have also stolen passwords from the affected accounts. Technically, those passwords should be secure; Yahoo said they were scrambled twice – once by encryption and once by another technique called hashing. But hackers have become adept at cracking secured passwords by assembling huge dictionaries of similarly scrambled phrases and matching them against stolen password databases.That could mean trouble for any users who reused their Yahoo password for other online accounts.QUESTIONS FOR VERIZONThe new hack revelation raises fresh questions about Verizon’s $4.8 billion proposed acquisition of Yahoo, and whether the big mobile carrier will seek to modify or abandon its bid. If the hacks cause a user backlash against Yahoo, the company’s services wouldn’t be as valuable to Verizon. The telecom giant wants Yahoo and its many users to help it build a digital ad business.In a statement, Verizon said that it will evaluate the situation as Yahoo investigates and will review the “new development before reaching any final conclusions.” Spokesman Bob Varettoni declined to answer further questions.Yahoo said Wednesday that it is requiring users to change their passwords and invalidating security questions so they can’t be used to hack into accounts. More than 1 billion Yahoo accounts hacked Published: December 14, 2016 5:11 PM EST Updated: December 14, 2016 6:07 PM EST
A man detained under the Mental Health Act for attempted murder and who had threatened to kill his solicitor had no right to be left alone with lawyers when on trial for a further attempted murder, the Court of Appeal has ruled. In Regina v Edward Brown (formerly Latham) the court heard an appeal against a conviction on the grounds of a Crown court ruling that the defendant’s conferences with his lawyers be conducted in the presence of two nurses. Brown was sentenced to life imprisonment for the attempted murder of a fellow patient at Rampton hospital in Nottinghamshire, where he was already serving life sentences for attempted murder, with a weapon fashioned from a radio aerial. The judge in the case had ruled that, as there were no facilities at court to screen defence counsel from their clients, Brown, described as an ‘exceptionally dangerous individual’, must be shackled to a minimum of two nurses when in direct personal contact with a third party.Brown’s appeal argued that the ruling breached his right at common law to consult privately with his lawyers and his ‘fair trial’ right under article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights. Dismissing the appeal, the Rt Hon Lord Justice Fulford, the Honourable Mr Justice Holroyd and the Honourable Mr Justice Singh ruled that the inviolable nature of legal professional privilege does not apply if communications are used for an improper purpose – in this case for the defendant to harm himself or his lawyers. The judgment also notes there was no suggestion that any misuse was made of overheard communications. ‘Nurses deployed to ensure that someone who is detained does not harm himself (or others) are not to be equated with investigating police officers,’ the judgment states. On the ECHR argument, the judges ruled that the right to confidential communications with lawyers is not absolute. ‘Instead, it can be restricted for good reason and one of those reasons is if the individual’s life is at risk.’Therestrictions on Brown ‘were a proportionate and appropriate response to the grave threat the appellant posed to himself and we do not accept that they rendered the proceedings unfair’.A Law Society spokesperson said: ‘This is an interesting decision in a narrow and rare set of circumstances. We will monitor how this judgment is interpreted. Legal professional privilege is a precious human right, tested and refined by centuries of common law.’
RUSSIA: Details of government support for the rolling stock manufacturing industry were set out by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on February 9.Speaking at Tver Carriage Works during a conference on the prospects for the rolling stock industry, Medvedev said the government’s objective was to ensure the profitable production of modern, safe and innovative vehicles so that the sector which employs more than 200 000 people becomes an ‘economic growth point’.He has signed a directive approving a 7bn rouble government support programme for rolling stock builders in 2016. This bans operators from using life-expired vehicles, reimburses operators for the costs of procuring new vehicles, and provides subsidies for the development of innovative wagons. VAT on long-distance passenger services has been cut from 18% to 10%, with operators – primarily RZD’s Federal Passenger Co – required to spend the difference on the procurement of new stock. Innovative wagons will also receive a discount on empty mileage, reflecting their lower impact of the infrastructure.Medvedev said Russia’s economic downturn had brought a 37% decline in the rolling stock market last year. Stimulus measures supported contracts for the production of an additional 10 000 vehicles, with 1bn roubles in subsidies provided for technical modernisation and 1·5bn roubles to pay interest on working asset loans. A further 60bn roubles from the National Wealth Fund was invested in RZD bonds to support the procurement of locomotives, and this is to continue this year.Medvedev said the weakening rouble provides a significant incentive for rolling stock exports, which grew by almost two-thirds in 2015 with 1·4bn roubles of support provided. Loans are to be approved shortly to support a Metrowagonmash project for Hungary and the supply of Uralvagonzavod wagons to Iran and Kazakhstan.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedIn****REQUEST FOR INFORMATION****Police from Dalbeattie are keen to trace an elderly male who was seen in Balliol View, Dalbeattie about 0230 hours, on Thursday 22 September 2016. This male was wearing only pyjamas and looked to be lost.If you have any information regarding the identity of this male or observed anyone fitting this description please contact Constable Elliot at Dalbeattie Police Station on 101.
A total of 7,021 South African police officers have tested positive to COVID-19 while 53 have passed away, said Police Minister Bheki Cele during a press conference on Wednesday in Pretoria.Cele noted that 4,949 police officers have been quarantined while 150 have been hospitalized.“This pandemic is indiscriminate, no one is immune. It even attacks those entrusted with protecting us. A number of justice, crime prevention and security cluster officials have tested positive, the good news is that many of them have fully recovered and are back in the front line serving their communities,” he said.Cele mentioned that 3,688 cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in South African jails including the 1,485 inmates and 2,203 prison warders. Among them, 15 inmates and 31 officials have died of COVID-19.He called for all to cooperate to flatten the COVID-19 curve.“It is the same for all of us South Africans: if we are responsible, if we do respect one another, if we work with those serving us during this pandemic, we will overcome it. We will break its transmission. As the president has told us, the answer is in our hands,” he said.Cele said the police will intensify patrols, roadblocks, stop and search to ensure compliance with social distancing and other lockdown regulations.A total of 298,292 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in South Africa. The government has imposed further measures including reinstating curfew to flatten the curve of the pandemic.Related South African police service hit by COVID-19 pandemic South African police service hit by COVID-19 pandemic COVID-19 kills 36, infects over 5,000 S. African police officers
As part of activities to commemorate the month-long celebration of Early Childhood Month, the children of Laura’s Day and Night Nursery in Goodwill, Roseau participated in a Cartoon Character Day on Friday, November 29, 2013.“Today is the last day of Early Childhood Month so we have a cartoon character day for the children, all the children had to dress in different cartoon characters,” manager of the Nursery, Laura George told Dominica Vibes.The children were attired in cartoon characters to include Spiderman, Batman, Mickey Mouse, Dora, Barbie and princesses, among others.“The purpose is to get them to enjoy doing things they like, George explained.The Nursery also went on field trips during which they visited animal farms and airports.“Not because we are a daycare we don’t take part in Early Childhood Month,” George noted and added “we take part in a lot of different stuff so we take part in a lot of stuff other preschools would do”.[nggallery id =415]Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! Share Share 359 Views 4 comments Tweet Share EducationLocalNewsPrimary Nursery holds Cartoon Character Day by: – November 29, 2013