The Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) said in their latest announcement that St George’s Bay in St Julian’s and Perched Beach in Bugibba will be temporarily closed to the public today and tomorrow as authorities engage in a sand replenishment program.The project is being carried out by the Authority in collaboration with the Foundation for Tourism Zones Development.“At various fixed points, the District Police will be coordinating the traffic in the area through traffic police and foot patrols,” the MTA said, adding that the work would be subject to weather conditions.“The MTA is committed towards continuously improving the quality of Malta’s offer, and is in fact carrying out this project because it recognizes the importance of safeguaring our beaches.”The Authority also stated that on the Wednesday, and possibly Thursday, St George’s Bay would remain closed to the public, with the adjacent road being closed to traffic, including parking.[mappress mapid=”25132″]
Chinese wind turbine maker Goldwind has launched three newly-developed smart offshore wind turbines including a model with a capacity of 8MW, and a model with the largest rotor diameter in the world.The three models are the large capacity GW168-8MW, the large rotor offshore GW184-6.45MW, and the typhoon-adaptive and low-wind-speed offshore GW168-6.45MW.After the launch of GW3S and GW6S offshore platforms and with years of accumulation, Goldwind has independently developed the GW168-8MW offshore smart wind turbine, applicable to wind class IEC I.It is currently the largest offshore wind turbine in terms of capacity in China, Goldwind said. The turbine has a rotor diameter of 168 metres, and the installation of the first prototype is expected in the second half of next year.In addition to the 8MW model, Goldwind also released the large rotor offshore GW184-6.45MW, and the typhoon-adaptive and low-wind-speed offshore GW168-6.45MW.The GW184-6.45MW model has set a new record with the largest rotor diameter in the world, Goldwind said.
We are about to embark on another Super Bowl weekend. On one hand, Philadelphia is trying to win their first Super Bowl while New England is going for—-I lost count as to how many. I would guess most of the nation will be rooting for the underdog Eagles. I know I will be.You have to give New England’s entire organization credit for putting together winning teams year after year. With Brady at the helm, it seems no lead is safe. You wonder if that 40-year old body can pull out another one on Sunday if it becomes necessary. Prepare to watch, because if nothing else, the commercials and half-time show will entertain you.
Greensburg, IN—The Greensburg Decatur County Public Library will not be opening to the public today. Library staff are working to determine the needs and safety requirements of both our community and staff and preparing to open the library in phases. Currently, the Library does not have adequate supplies, such as masks, disinfecting materials, and gloves, to be open to the public. There are many logistics to work out regarding maintaining physical distancing and implementing sanitation measures including disinfecting and quarantining all materials that are returned to the library. Please note the following that will happen as we roll out Library services in phases:Curbside and other services – The Library is in the planning stage of offering curbside or grab-and-go pickup, document services, or appointments for individuals needing assistance applying for unemployment and various eligibility programs. Curbside or grab-and-go service allows a card-holding patron to place a hold on materials for pickup during designated hours. Safe materials handling practices may limit the number of items or may delay the time required to process materials for pickup.Library hours may be limited. Time at or in the library may be limited by the activity (pickup, appointment, document services). Online resources will continue 24/7 and our Wi-Fi will continue to be on and accessible from the parking lot.There will be limited access to physical spaces – for the foreseeable future, the library will continue to restrict access to most of the library facilities, including meeting spaces, seating areas, and computer labs. The library will follow guidance about the number of people per square foot, continued social distancing and elevated sanitation practices. Staff and guest safety is a priority.Requests of guests/customers – The Library may designate specific restricted areas for parking, entry, walkways, and interactions with library staff. The Library may require guests to wash hands, wear masks, and to follow other protocols. We respectfully ask for your cooperation.Check the Library’s website – www.greensburglibrary.org and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/GBurgLibrary for more details on our opening phases. Questions or concerns may be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Library is so much more than a building with books. The Greensburg Decatur County Public Library provides access to librarians and digital resources to keep Decatur County informed, educated, enriched, and entertained through this unprecedented time. We look forward to phasing in our services safely and according to local needs and guidance.
Judy E. Johnson, age 73, of Brookville, Indiana died Wednesday, July 22, 2020 at Mercy West Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. Born April 27, 1947 in Newburyport, Massachusetts, she was the daughter of the late Frederick & Norma (Phelps) Pearson. On May 21, 1967 she became the wife of James R. Johnson, and he survives. She had been a member of the Scipio United Baptist Church. In her leisure time she enjoyed time spent with her family, especially her grandchildren and great grandchildren. In addition to James, her husband of over 53 years, survivors include five children, Connie Sue Kuehn of Brookville, Indiana, Robin Witt of Hamilton, Ohio, James R. Johnson Jr. of Milford, Ohio, Ronald Wayne Johnson of Scipio, Ohio, son in law Bob Fryer of Hamilton, Ohio and Randi (Mark) Monroe of West Harrison, Indiana; eight grandchildren, numerous great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren; three brothers, Ronald Phelps of Ross, Ohio, Ricky Phelps of West Chester, Ohio and Terry Phelps of Honolulu, Hawaii. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by a daughter, Tammy Fryer. In keeping with Judy’s wishes no public services will be held. Memorial contributions may be directed to the American Cancer Society. The staff of Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home are honored to serve the Johnson family, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences to the family please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .
RelatedPosts Serena pulls out of Italian Open Serena dumped out of US Open French Open to allow 11,500 fans daily in three show courts Serena Williams will have just two weeks to shake off the disappointment of a semi-final loss in the U.S. Open.She has to resume her pursuit of a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam title on the claycourts at the French Open. The American great has remained one title behind Margaret Court’s all-time record since bagging her 23rd Grand Slam singles trophy at the Australian Open in January 2017.Williams has lost four Grand Slam finals since returning to the circuit in 2018 following the birth of her daughter.She once again fell short on Thursday when she bowed out to Victoria Azarenka with a 1-6 6-3 6-3 defeat in the U.S. Open semi-finals.“I don’t know. I mean, it’s obviously disappointing,” Williams told reporters, before confirming that she would participate in the French Open.“At the same time, I did what I could today. I feel like other times I’ve been close and I could have done better. Today, I felt like I gave a lot.” Many pundits have said she might be running out of time to win a Grand Slam again.It was definitely not getting any easier for Williams.The American will turn 39 a day before the main draw kicks off in Paris on her least rewarding surface where she won her third and last title in 2015.Asked how the string of losses deep in the tournaments affects her morale as she strives to become the most successful women’s player, Williams said, “I don’t know.“I just … I don’t know. I haven’t thought about that actually.” Williams had, however, started really strongly in Thursday’s last match on the Arthur Ashe Stadium court and cantered through the opening set with three breaks of Azarenka’s service.“Then she just kept fighting. She just changed and started playing better and better. Maybe I took a little too much off the gas pedal at some point,” Williams rued, saying her opponent just kept improving through the match.“I made a lot more errors. I didn’t win a lot on my second serves. I served well, but I didn’t dominate the way I needed to in that.”(Reuters/NAN)Tags: 24th Grand Slam titleFrench OpenSerena Williams
Liverpool owner John Henry has revealed Luis Suarez did have a £40million buy-out clause in his last contract – but the club decided it counted for nothing when Arsenal tried to buy the striker. Press Association Speaking this weekend at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, in a filmed panel discussion seen by Press Association Sport, Henry said Liverpool stood a chance of winning the Premier League title this season, and suggested keeping Suarez had been key to that prospect. Suarez has since signed a new four-and-a-half-year contract with Liverpool. “Luis Suarez is the top scorer in the English Premier League which is arguably the top soccer league in the world,” Henry said. “And he had a buy-out clause – I don’t know what degree I should go into this – but he had a buy-out clause of £40million – more than 60 million (US) dollars. So Arsenal, one of our prime rivals this year … they offered £40million and one pound for him and triggered his buy-out clause. “But what we’ve found over the years is that contracts don’t seem to mean a lot in England – actually not in England, in world football. It doesn’t matter how long a player’s contract is, he can decide he’s leaving. “We sold Fernando Torres for £50million. We didn’t want to sell but we were forced to. “For the first time (with Suarez) we took the position that we weren’t selling. “Since apparently these contracts don’t seem to hold, we took the position we’re just not selling and it’s been great for Luis, it’s been great for us, and what will happen at the end of year … I think we’re going to make Champions League and we have a small chance of winning the Premier League this year. “We have three gentlemen up front: Suarez, (Raheem) Sterling and (Daniel) Sturridge. Those three are young, and I think Luis and those three could be together for a long time.” The Gunners were rebuffed when they made a bold move for the Uruguayan last summer, offering £40million plus one pound in the belief it would trigger the clause and allow them to open transfer talks. Suarez made it clear in a series of interviews last summer that he wanted to leave Anfield, but the Merseysiders were not willing to sell, even at the point where his deal said he should have been clear to depart.
Michael Donoghue is the Galway boss and a familiar face to hurling followers in the Premier.He spent two years as part of the Tipperary backroom team before taking over his native county late last year.The Clarinbridge club man believes his team face a big challenge at Croke Park.Tipp FM’s build-up to the 3.30pm throw-in will begin just after 3 o’clock. Our coverage will be brought to you in association with Mulcahy Cars Sales, Ardcroney, Nenagh. To get there they’ll have to get the better of Galway in today’s semi-final.The Tribesmen are familiar opponents for Tipp – the Connacht defeated the Premier by a solitary point at this stage of the competition last year.The Blue and Gold’s manager Michael Ryan says finding weaknesses in this afternoon’s opponents wasn’t easy.
SUBSCRIBE TO US New York Yankees broke the bank to land Cole, who despite being brought up in California, has been a ‘Yankees forever’ since childhood. Then aged 11, Cole was famously captured with a ‘Yankee fan today tomorrow and forever’ sign in 2001 at one of the New York Yankees World Series games. The picture resurfaced after Cole’s trade to the New York Yankees and the debate intensified when the pitcher brought the sign along during his Yankees unveiling. Fans are curious to know whether it is the same infamous sign from 2001 or was the sign re-created for the unveiling.Also Read: MLB’s $324 Million Star Gerrit Cole Displays Nostalgic Childhood Sign At Yankees UnveilingGerrit Cole shows why he is a ‘Yankee forever’It is prudent to note that Gerrit Cole’s signboard in 2001 had the font in blue, while the text on the signboard during his unveiling was a shade of yellow. It’s fair to say that the sign could have faded over time and hence there’s a change in the colour. Multiple sources confirm that Gerrit Cole did carry the same Yankees forever signboard of 2001, and it faded over time as it was on his wall for some time. Clearly, Gerrit Cole is true to his word and him preserving his 2001 signboard is a testament to the fact that he is a Yankee today, tomorrow and forever!Also Read: MLB: Gio Gonzalez Adds To Chicago White Sox’s Rotation After Signing $5 Million Deal LIVE TV Written By WATCH US LIVE Also Read: MLB’s London Series Games Between Yankees And Red Sox Raised Around £37m In City’s Economy Last Updated: 2nd January, 2020 23:25 IST Gerrit Cole Celebrates $324 Million Deal By Showing Off His 2001 ‘Yankees Forever’ Sign Gerrit Cole grabbed headlines when he made a record-breaking move to the Yankees. Interestingly, Cole carried the ‘Yankees forever’ sign, which he had in 2001! COMMENT Sreehari Menon FOLLOW US First Published: 2nd January, 2020 23:25 IST The Major League Baseball (MLB) off-season saw some huge trades happen, but none of them were as humungous as Gerrit Cole’s trade to the New York Yankees. Cole signed a 9-year, $324 million deal with the New York franchise, breaking all sorts of records. During Cole’s unveiling, the pitcher brought a signboard with him, which has sparked a debate on social media platforms among MLB fans.Also Read: MLB Trade Rumours: Rangers Chase Ozuna, Braves Contemplate Donaldson ReunionThe mystery behind ‘Yankee forever’ signboard at Gerrit Cole’s unveiling
Related Articles StumbleUpon Share Submit Flutter moves to refine merger benefits against 2020 trading realities August 27, 2020 Share ‘Deal maker’ Rafi Ashkenazi ends Flutter tenure August 27, 2020 Betfair has teamed up with actor Clive Owen (star of Children of Men, Closer, Sin City) to launch ‘What are the odds‘, a new integrated campaign to mark the brand’s return to marketing the Betfair Exchange.The new campaign has been developed by Leo Burnett London as creative lead and will further roll-out a series of educational films across the exchange’s multiple social and digital platforms, laddering up to television, print, radio and tactical outdoor.The films, due to feature Owen, will work towards offering education to punters on betting, and ‘demystifying’ the ways in which the exchange functions.Stephen Mault – BetfairStephen Mault Brand Director at Betfair, said: “Betfair’s heritage lies in the Exchange and we are excited to be launching this fully integrated campaign to promote the product.“There is a perception that the Exchange can be complicated, and the aim of this campaign is to debunk those myths and demonstrate the unique benefits that the Exchange offers.“We believe that this new campaign, led by Clive Owen, along with our new education hub, will showcase that the Exchange offers people more ways to bet and more ways to win.”The campaign reflects the start of a new focus for Betfair on marketing the Exchange, returning to the company’s roots as the world’s first and biggest betting exchange. As part of the campaign, there will also be a new education hub launched for new and existing Betfair customers, to assist them in learning how to bet on the Exchange.Chaka Sobhani – Leo BurnettSpeaking about the new campaign, Owen added: “It has been an incredibly busy year for me with the launch of the Night of the Iguana and Gemini Man kicking off in October and it’s been great collaborating with Betfair as well. These ads, like the Exchange, are completely different to anything out there and it’s been a cool project to be involved with.”Chaka Sobhani, Chief Creative Officer at Leo Burnett London, concluded: “The Betfair Exchange is a much smarter way to bet, but can be tricky to understand. We’re excited to work with Clive Owen to come up with a simple and smart way to explain the Exchange whilst entertaining along the way.” Bookies Corner: Trump Presidency sinks as US 2020 enters its 100 day countdown July 29, 2020