“We think things should be a bit easier now despite the logistical challenges of multiple locations, and we can now get on with the business of going full throttle in terms of restoration of the main building, hopefully, through the end of this year when we can see a renewed Cornwall Regional hospital,” he said. Dr. Tufton explained that the evacuation will enable the completion of repairs in a more efficient manner, while allowing nurses and doctors to operate in a more comfortable environment. Story Highlights Minister of Health, Dr. the Hon. Christopher Tufton, says the main building of the Cornwall Regional Hospital should be fully evacuated by this weekend into Monday (April 9).Patients and staff will be relocated to the Falmouth Regional Hospital in the neighbouring parish of Trelawny.Dr. Tufton explained that the evacuation will enable the completion of repairs in a more efficient manner, while allowing nurses and doctors to operate in a more comfortable environment.“What that (the evacuation) will do in terms of the work on the main building is allow us a free hand to really go in and to gut and remove those parts of the building that require removal, without the risk of recontamination or contamination of other areas where work is taking place, and so the issues as a result of the air quality would not arise,” he explained.“We think things should be a bit easier now despite the logistical challenges of multiple locations, and we can now get on with the business of going full throttle in terms of restoration of the main building, hopefully, through the end of this year when we can see a renewed Cornwall Regional hospital,” he said.“So, we should be in a position this weekend, into Monday the very latest, to (accommodate) the doctors and nurses, many of whom will be transferred or relocated from Cornwall Regional,” he added.Dr. Tufton was speaking during a tour of Cornwall Regional on April 5, following a visit to the Falmouth Hospital.He informed that Falmouth Hospital has been renovated to increase the number of operating theatres from two to four, and an additional section is being refurbished to accommodate patients who require surgery. The 87-bed facility is being equipped with 55 additional beds.Dr. Tufton said, further, that efforts will be made to extend surgery hours from around 4:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.He, however, explained that due to the time-sensitive nature of some medical cases, a surgery team will remain at the Mount Salem clinic, which was renovated to house a temporary operating theatre to accommodate accident and emergency cases.Dr. Tufton advised that the Cornwall Regional Hospital is not closed and is still offering its services to the public.“I want to reiterate that the hospital is still open for business. The services of Cornwall Regional Hospital continues… . What we have, then, is Cornwall Regional’s services being provided up to about 80 per cent of normal capacity in multiple locations, which is quite challenging, but, nevertheless, providing for those who require it, particularly those who require it under emergency circumstances,” he said.In the meanwhile, Minister Tufton said Falmouth Hospital stands to benefit from the renovations that are being made to accommodate patients and staff from Cornwall Regional.“Falmouth is benefiting from the adjustments that have had to be made, so at the end of it all, assuming Cornwall is restored to normality, Falmouth will be a much better hospital with more capacity, and, by extension, the people of Falmouth will benefit,” he said.Dr. Tufton also underscored his gratitude for the sacrifice the doctors and nurses have made over the past months.“It has been a very difficult situation for them. They have had to deal with an environment that has been harsh, but they have risen to the call of duty, and I certainly want to express my appreciation on behalf of the Government and, indeed, the people of western Jamaica, for their commitment and service,” he said. Minister of Health, Dr. the Hon. Christopher Tufton, says the main building of the Cornwall Regional Hospital should be fully evacuated by this weekend into Monday (April 9).
The Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation today, July 20, released its year-end results from April 1, 2010 to March 31, 2011. For the 12-month period, the NSLC recorded net earnings of $223.2 million on sales of $581.6 million. This represents an increase in net income of $3.8 million or 1.7 per cent, compared with last year. The NSLC’s net income target was $223.5 million on sales of $593.3 million for the year ended March 31, 2011. Earnings before depreciation and amortization for the fiscal year were $231.8million, an increase of 1.3 per cent compared to $228.8 million last year. A detailed news release can be found by following the News Releases link on the NSLC website at www.myNSLC.com . -30-
OTTAWA – A lawsuit that says a federal agency has consistently approved pesticides without enough information on their potential harmful effects has survived an attempt to get it thrown out of court.The Federal Court has denied applications from the federal government and four chemical companies to block the lawsuit involving so-called neonic pesticides filed by a group of environmental organizations.“We’re definitely very happy to see that outcome,” said Julia Croome, a lawyer for Ecojustice, which is handling the case for the environmental groups. “(The judge) turned this around quickly and we appreciate that.”In 2016, the groups filed a challenge to federal permits for a series of common pesticides using the chemicals clothianidin and thiamethoxam that some environmental groups say are suspected in large die-offs in bee populations.The David Suzuki Foundation, Friends of the Earth Canada, Ontario Nature and the Wilderness Committee allege in court documents that for more than a decade, Canada’s federal pesticide regulator has allowed neonicotinoids to be registered for use despite being uncertain about their risks.They say that since 2006, the Pest Management Regulatory Agency has expressed concerns about the safety of those products, which are among the most widely used pesticides in Canada. The registrations being challenged involve 31 different products from four different companies.A statement of claim asserts that in 79 cases, the agency requested more information and field studies on the products, then granted conditional registrations. Conditional registrations were repeatedly renewed although the agency has yet to receive any of the requested research, says the statement of claim.The groups argue that means the pesticides have been widely applied across the country for more than a decade without a true assessment of their risks.The federal government has not filed a statement of defence.None of the allegations in the statement of claim have been proven in court.In trying to get the case thrown out, the government argued the 79 cases were separate decisions, not a pattern of behaviour. It added that instead of seeking to have the registrations quashed by the court, the environmental groups should instead turn to the review process the regulator already has.Bees are crucial to agriculture. Published reports suggest about a third of the crops eaten by humans depend on insect pollination. Bees are responsible for about 80 per cent of that figure.Bees have been in serious decline across North America and Europe since about 2006. In Canada, the Canadian Honey Council reports that in 2013-14, beekeepers lost an average of about 25 per cent of their colonies. Ontario’s losses were 58 per cent.The average winter loss is about 15 per cent.Populations of wild bees are also falling rapidly. A recent American study found their numbers fell by about 23 per cent between 2008 and 2013.The University of Guelph’s Honeybee Research Centre blames a combination of disease, parasites, pesticides and habitat destruction.A major U.S. study earlier this year found neonics harmed domestic bees in some crops but not others. Research suggests the pesticides are much harder on wild bees than honeybees.Europe has imposed a moratorium on neonics. In 2015, the U.S. banned new uses for them. Ontario has announced plans to limit their application. Companies such as Ortho and Home Depot have announced they will phase them out.Still, they remain in wide use.The Conference Board of Canada, in a 2014 report prepared with support from the Grain Farmers of Ontario and CropLife Canada, estimated banning neonics would cost Ontario farmers $630 million a year.— By Bob Weber in Edmonton. Follow @row1960 on Twitter.
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kicks off his bid for re-election today, heading to Rideau Hall this morning to ask the Governor General to dissolve Parliament.With that will begin a 40-day campaign that will see Trudeau make the pitch to Canadians that he should be given a second term, while his opponents focus not just on why he shouldn’t, but why they should govern instead.Polls suggest the Liberals and Conservatives are running neck-and-neck, while the NDP and Greens are fighting for third.Rounding out the slate are the nascent People’s Party of Canada and the Bloc Quebecois, which is hoping to recapture its primacy in Quebec.Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer will his election effort at a morning event in Quebec, the NDP’s Jagmeet Singh is to kick off in Ontario and the Greens will begin in British Columbia.Later in the day, Trudeau will be in Vancouver for a campaign rally with former TV news anchor Tamara Taggart, who is running for the Liberals in the riding of Vancouver Kingsway.The Canadian Press
New Delhi: The country’s gold imports dipped about 3 per cent in value terms to $32.8 billion during 2018-19, which is expected to keep a lid on the current account deficit. Total imports of the precious metal in 2017-18 had stood at $33.7 billion, according to data from the commerce ministry. Trade experts said softening prices of the yellow metal in the global markets could be the reason for the contraction in the value of imports. After recording negative growth in February, the imports grew 31.22 per cent to $3.27 per cent in March. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscalIndia is one of the largest gold importers in the world, and the imports mainly take care of demand from the jewellery industry. Jump in imports during March helped gems and jewellery exporters push their exports. The outbound shipments dipped only marginally by 0.37 per cent to $3.42 billion in March. The country’s current account deficit (CAD), or the difference between outflow and inflow of foreign exchange in the current account, widened to 2.5 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP) in the third quarter of the fiscal, against 2.1 per cent in the year-ago period, mainly due to a large trade deficit. The government had introduced several measures to restrict the import of gold. Import of the yellow metal attracts 10 per cent duty. The domestic jewellery industry always demands a cut in the duty and relaxation of other import norms for increasing availability of the yellow metal to boost jewellery exports.
TORONTO — The Toronto stock market extended gains for a second day as the price of crude hit a high not seen since November.The S&P/TSX composite climbed 78.22 points to 13,887.66 after the June contract for West Texas Intermediate crude shot up $1.29 to US$45.33 a barrel. It’s the first time oil has closed above US$45 in five months.The Canadian dollar also continued to benefit from the rise in oil, adding 0.02 of a U.S. cent to 79.25 cents US.Meanwhile, stock markets in New York were generally muted following the latest policy-rate statement by the U.S. Federal Reserve. The central bank left its benchmark interest rate unchanged, acknowledging that the U.S. economy slowed last month but that job market conditions are improving.The Dow Jones industrial average gained 51.23 points to 18,041.55, while the broader S&P 500 was little changed, up 3.45 points to 2,095.15. The Nasdaq composite shed 25.14 points to 4,863.14 as shares in Apple fell six per cent after the tech giant reported its first decline in quarterly revenue since 2003.In commodities, June natural gas was down a penny at US$2.15 per mmBtu, while June gold gained $7 to US$1,250.40 a troy ounce. July copper slipped two cents to US$2.22 a pound.
“I believe Olympics and Paralympics symbolize peace. I hope for a day where everyone can live peacefully” says Taiki Morii, a silver medalist in Alpine skiing in 2018 PyeongChang Paralympic Winter Games.The campaign has now gone beyond Japan, with Sally Conway of Scotland, who won the bronze medal in judo at the 2016 Rio Olympics, and Kreshma Rasikh from Afghanistan’s national women soccer team, joining the growing ranks of athletes disseminating their video messages on social media platforms.The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace was created by the UN General Assembly in 2013.In her message for the Day, Audrey Azoulay, Director-General of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), said that sport relies upon the concepts of respect, understanding, integration and dialogue, and it contributes to the development and fulfilment of individuals regardless of age, gender, origins, beliefs and opinions.“That is why sport is a unique forum for action and reflection to transform our societies,” she said. Video screen shotA collage of screen captures from video messages by Japanese athletes joining a United Nations-backed campaign to promote Sustainable Development Goals through sports. “Let’s use the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics as an opportunity to let the world know about the importance of SDGs [Sustainable Development Goals],” said Koji Murofushi, the gold medalist in hammer throw at the 2004 Athens Olympics, in his video message.The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 SDGs were adopted by world leaders in 2015 as a blueprint to achieve a healthy planet where people can live free of poverty and hunger by 2030. “I often see poverty with my own eyes when I go overseas for tennis matches. Now, donation is probably the only way I can contribute but I support activities aiming to eradicate poverty,” said Mai Minokoshi, a professional tennis player, in her message.The campaign was launched by the UN Information Centre (UNIC) in Tokyo and Japan Sports Agency, with the support of Sport for Tomorrow, a Government-private joint venture, to commemorate the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, annually observed on 6 April – the day the first modern Olympics was held in 1896.In the 2030 Agenda, sport’s role for social progress is acknowledged as “an important enabler of sustainable development.”
Stock image of an electronic tag being fittedCredit:Rex Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Evidence was recovered in a search of his home, police said. A 45-year-old man from Barking, Essex, and 57-year-old woman from Romford – both current employees – were arrested on January 18 on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.One of the men is understood to be Martin Crean, who worked for Capita for two years but was recently sacked.A further 11 people – thought to be convicted criminals – were arrested in connection with the investigation in January, Metropolitan Police said. The scheme came to light when detectives arrested a man on suspicion of attempted murder when he should have been abiding by his curfew, the Sun reported.Capita won the six-year contract worth £400 million to electronically tag criminals in 2014 after G4S and Serco became embroiled in an overcharging scandal.A spokesman for the MoJ said: “Public protection is our priority. We are urgently investigating and working closely with the police.”A spokesman for the EMS said: “We have a zero tolerance policy against any of our employees who act in any way to undermine the robustness of the electronic monitoring service.”The small number of employees being investigated regarding this isolated issue were swiftly taken off duties and we are closely co-operating with the Metropolitan Police Service.”All 14 suspects have been bailed to dates in early April and inquiries are ongoing, police said. Police are investigating allegations that criminals bribed security staff in order to deliberately fit electronic ankle tags loosely to evade their curfews.It is feared criminals with strict court curfews were able to go out at night while duping the monitoring gear into thinking they were at home.Staff at Capita, which is contracted to run the Government’s Electronic Monitoring Service (EMS), were reportedly paid £400 a time to help at least 32 convicts get around their court-imposed curfews.The Ministry of Justice said it was “urgently investigating” the matter. Liz Truss, the Secretary of State for Justice, will be asking Capita to appear before her next week to discuss the allegations. Metropolitan Police said they have arrested 14 people in connection with the investigation, including three current and former EMS workers. One of the former EMS employees is a 46-year-old man who was arrested in Romford, Essex on January 3 on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice and theft of tagging equipment. Evidence was recovered in a search of his home, police said. A 45-year-old man from Barking, Essex, and 57-year-old woman from Romford – both current employees – were arrested on January 18 on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.One of the men is understood to be Martin Crean, who worked for Capita for two years but was recently sacked.A further 11 people – thought to be convicted criminals – were arrested in connection with the investigation in January, Metropolitan Police said. The scheme came to light when detectives arrested a man on suspicion of attempted murder when he should have been abiding by his curfew, the Sun reported.Capita won the six-year contract worth £400 million to electronically tag criminals in 2014 after G4S and Serco became embroiled in an overcharging scandal.A spokesman for the MoJ said: “Public protection is our priority. We are urgently investigating and working closely with the police.”A spokesman for the EMS said: “We have a zero tolerance policy against any of our employees who act in any way to undermine the robustness of the electronic monitoring service. “The small number of employees being investigated regarding this isolated issue were swiftly taken off duties and we are closely co-operating with the Metropolitan Police Service.”All 14 suspects have been bailed to dates in early April and inquiries are ongoing, police said.Police are investigating allegations that criminals bribed security staff in order to deliberately fit electronic ankle tags loosely to evade their curfews.It is feared criminals with strict court curfews were able to go out at night while duping the monitoring gear into thinking they were at home.Staff at Capita, which is contracted to run the Government’s Electronic Monitoring Service (EMS), were reportedly paid £400 a time to help at least 32 convicts get around their court-imposed curfews.The Ministry of Justice said it was “urgently investigating” the matter. Liz Truss, the Secretary of State for Justice, will be calling Capita today to get to the bottom of the allegations.Metropolitan Police said they have arrested 14 people in connection with the investigation, including three current and former EMS workers. One of the former EMS employees is a 46-year-old man who was arrested in Romford, Essex on January 3 on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice and theft of tagging equipment.
She said: “My son’s bedroom overlooks the car park and he always sees people peeing there. I see somebody practically every day and it is horrible”I’ve got a couple of dogs and I’m out a lot and I do see people having a wee. People obviously do other things as well because you find bits of tissue roll.”It impacts the beauty of the site.”Retired farm worker and bellringer Heather Peak-Garland, 86, who has lived in Avebury all her life, also blamed the National Trust.She said: “There’s nowhere in the main streets that you can go to the toilet and it is terribly uncomfortable at times.”I don’t see it too often because I haven’t been well but it is terrible when it’s solstice and things like that. I really think you have to blame the National Trust. They get all these people to come to the village and don’t look after themHeather Peak-Garland They say some of the 250,000 annual visitors to the World Heritage Site in Wiltshire are instead using the rocks as a loo.Tourists are now resorting to relieving themselves in the local Red Lion pub or B&Bs – or if that’s not possible, in car parks, the street, or near the ancient stone circle.Parishioners have called for the loos in the village to be open longer and for another toilet block, which was shut due to its poor condition, to be reopened. Cllr Jemima Milton, who sits on Wiltshire Council and represents the Avebury ward, said: “This is a really revolting problem to have.”If something is not done, this will continue to plague Avebury and this beautiful heritage site.”If I was going to a World Heritage Site, that attracts 250,000 people a year, I would assume there would be toilets somewhere but they all close after 4pm.”It is just disgusting but really if they have nowhere else to go, this can happen.”People have been knocking on people’s homes and using the pub but that we should not be in this situation, it is not very pleasant.”An Avebury woman, who runs accommodation in the village and asked not to be named, said tourists often wander into local businesses to use the facilities. The Avebury stonesCredit: Dave Burges “I really think you have to blame the National Trust. They get all these people to come to the village and don’t look after them.”It does crop up between locals and they would all blame the National Trust.””On the plus side, the wildflowers near the stone circle no longer grow and perhaps weeing on them might make them grow,” she quipped.Avebury is a Neolithic henge monument which was constructed over several hundred years in the 3rd millennium BC.It contains three stone circles, one of which is the largest Europe, and is one of Britain’s best known prehistoric sites.The stones – as well as the nearby village, which is home to around 500 people – are managed by the National Trust.Some 350,000 annual visitors flock to the area according to Wiltshire Council, and as well as being a tourist attraction, it’s a place of religious importance to pagans.The National Trust said it is refurbishing three sets of toilets in Avebury and work should be completed by March.Avebury Parish Council, Marlborough Area Board and local benefactors have pledged £3,000 to help set up a partnership scheme with the National Trust.This is to keep the toilets at the museum and another site, both just off the High Street, open for longer than just 10am to 4pm every day.They also want the old toilet block at the coach house on the high street, which is currently closed, to be opened.General manager Janet Tomlin said: “I am delighted to confirm that we are nearing the end of a refurbishment programme to improve all three National Trust toilet facilities at Avebury.”We hope that these works will be finished by March.” The National Trust is being blamed for visitors urinating on Europe’s largest stone circle because it shuts its loos early.Locals in the village of Avebury in Wiltshire say the 5,000-year-old monuments are being fouled by tourists who are getting caught short.The residents say it’s down to the National Trust only opening the doors to the toilets in its museum from 10am to 4pm in the winter months. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
Atlas Copco has signed a letter of intent with the defence and security company Saab and its subsidiary, the technology consultancy Combitech. The collaboration goes hand in hand with Atlas Copco’s aggressive investment in secure digitalised mining operations. The collaboration will be based on Atlas Copco’s strong position and years of experience in the mining industry, as well as Combitech’s broad experience from digitalisation of aeronautics, defense and telecommunications operations.Rationalising mining operations not only result in substantial savings and productivity improvements; it also ensures greater security for Atlas Copco’s customers. Atlas Copco has chosen to initiate a collaboration with Saab and Combitech as the company further advances its digital and automation solutions. A letter of intent outlining their enhanced cooperation has been signed. The new collaboration includes digitalisation efforts related to autonomous mining control tower, cyber security and ecosystem solutions. The collaboration will build upon Saab’s technical platforms and on the working methods and experience that Combitech gained in the course of digitalising the Gripen E fighter aircraft – an effort that cut development time in half while radically reducing costs.“This collaboration is fully in line with our vision of the digital mine of the future,” said Helena Hedblom, President of Atlas Copco’s Mining and Rock Excavation Technique business area. “Many of our customers have already begun the digitalisation process, and plenty of others will soon be on board. Our aim is to support our customers along the way and to meet their increased demands for cyber security and integrated solutions. To shorten the lead time, we’re choosing to team up with the best in the industry. We see great potential in combining our company’s products and experience with Combitech’s technologies,” concluded Hedblom.“The fact that a world-leading Swedish industrial company has chosen us to be its digitalisation partner feels like a real acknowledgment,” said Combitech’s Deputy CEO, Lars Ydreskog, who is in charge of digitalisation at the company. “It shows that the unique experience we gained while digitalising the Gripen E fighter, in combination with being a leader in cyber security, makes us very attractive to global industry. The collaboration with Atlas Copco is an important step toward achieving our goal of becoming a knowledge hub for the digitalisation of Swedish industry,” concluded Ydreskog.This collaboration is yet another example of Atlas Copco’s increased focus on the safe digitalisation of mining operations. Earlier this year, Atlas Copco acquired a stake in Mobilaris MCE, a business whose software solutions provide users with a comprehensive picture of the mining operations, real-time positioning, and status information about vehicles, equipment and personnel.
Aer Lingus ditches requirement for female cabin crew to wear makeup The announcement comes after Aer Lingus last month revealed a brand refresh with an updated logo. Image: Sam Boal via RollingNews.ie Thursday 7 Mar 2019, 2:00 PM Mar 7th 2019, 2:00 PM Image: Sam Boal via RollingNews.ie FEMALE CABIN CREW at Aer Lingus will no longer be required to wear makeup or skirts as part of new uniform guidelines, the airline has confirmed. The announcement, which was first reported in The Times (Ireland edition), comes after Aer Lingus last month revealed a brand refresh with an updated logo. New uniform guidelines are still being completed, according to Aer Lingus, but it confirmed the use of makeup for female staff will no longer be mandatory. In a statement today, the airline said the new uniform has been designed in partnership with a number of staff to “reflect changing dress norms and to better meet the needs of our guest-facing colleagues”. Aer Lingus first announced plans to redesign the airlines uniform, which was being led by designer Louise Kennedy, last March.“The new uniform collection incorporates a range of wearer options including a trouser option for females and an ability to combine collection elements,” Aer Lingus said. Designed by Sybil Connolly of Pimms in 1945, Aer Lingus’ first-ever uniform was a military-style rich brown suit which then became green a few years later in 1948. Since then, green has remained a primary colour in the Aer Lingus uniform.The decision to no longer require Aer Lingus staff to wear makeup, follows a similar announcement by Britain’s Virgin Atlantic yesterday.“Not only do the new guidelines offer an increased level of comfort, they also provide our team with more choice on how they want to express themselves at work,” Virgin Atlantic Executive Vice President Mark Anderson said in a statement.With reporting by Associated Press Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 62 Comments 30,195 Views https://jrnl.ie/4528585 Short URL By Hayley Halpin Share1393 Tweet Email3
Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck is confident that he can play alongside both Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre LacazetteThe England international scored a brace in Arsenal’s 3-2 win over Southampton at the Emirates on Sunday with Aubameyang having also scored on the day.Welbeck, who has been struggling with two serious knee injuries over the past few seasons, was praised by Arsene Wenger for having made his way back into the first-team.While normally Welbeck would have to compete against Arsenal’s recent big money signings, the former Manchester United player is confident that he would team-up well with the pair.“As you’ve seen, I can play with Pierre and with Laca,” said Welbeck, according to Sky Sports.“It is nice. It gives you that added motivation. The competition is there so you are going to improve and better yourself.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“I’ve had that throughout my whole career. Being at an academy where players come from all over the world and it is the same here, you are always going to have that competition. It is healthy.“I know I can link up with plenty of the players in this team.”Welbeck also expressed his confidence that he would be a suitable option to replace the injured Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who suffered knee ligament damage in last weeks’s 4-1 win over CSKA Moscow in the Europa League.“We don’t know how bad Henrikh’s injury is at the moment,” said the 27 year-old.“We all wish him a speedy recovery. Hopefully he is available as soon as possible, but it is the manager’s decision who he wants in the team.“Obviously, with the goals today I’ve staked my claim. Going into the game on Thursday, we want to get the win and get into the next round.”
WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights of the Wilmington Police Log for Saturday, July 6, 2019:A tree fell on Grand Street and pulled down live wires. Top of telephone pole split. Police notified RMLD and Verizon. (7:54am)A Taplin Avenue caller reported finding a needle in their yard. Police retrieved item for proper disposal at station. (10:44am)Police assisted Fire Department and State Police with vehicle fire on 93 North prior to Exit 40. An open trailer — being towed by a pick up truck — was on fire. (11:09am)A vehicle crashed into a rock wall on Boutwell Street and other damaged two mailboxes. No injuries. Vehicle towed. (8:06am)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for July 18: Cat Gets Stuck In Wall After Plastering Project; Baby Raccoons Get Stuck In ChimneyIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for July 22: You Got In Trouble With The Law; 3-Car Crash On Middlesex Ave.In “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 11: Incidents Not What They Seem; Marijuana Confiscated From Vehicle; Missing Woman FoundIn “Police Log”
Australia seem to have what it takes to win the World Cup in 2019Cricket Australia / TwitterA few months ago, Australian cricket seemed to be in an intractable crisis. Both the Test and ODI team were looking hopeless and the prospect of defending their world title bleak. But in the last couple of months, the Aussies have roared back and established themselves as among the top contenders to win the World Cup in England.The 15-man squad picked on Monday, April 15, has raised some questions. The exclusion of Josh Hazlewood and inclusion of Steve Smith is being discussed in cricketing circles fervently. Despite these few doubts, the team looks strong on paper and stronger on the form. Let’s enumerate those five reasons which make Australia capable of successful retaining the World Cup trophy.Experience of winningJust as England and South Africa have repeatedly failed to win major ODI tournaments and therefore, may struggle to close the deal when they have a chance, Australians know all about triumphing in major events. Many players like Aaron Finch, David Warner, Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins, were part of the World Cup winning squad in 2015. Hence, they know how to handle pressure and succeed in high-stakes matches. There is unlikely to be any stage-fright for this lot.Australia’s squad: Aaron Finch (C), Usman Khawaja, David Warner, Steve Smith, Shaun Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey (WK), Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Jhye Richardson, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Jason Behrendorff, Nathan Lyon, Adam Zampa Aaron Finch’s form has boosted the strength of Australian teamReuters/Craig BroughIn-form batsmenWhat brought about the turnaround in the Australian team’s fortunes was their batting. It was started by Usman Khawaja who started scoring heavily in India. But the form of his partner Finch was in doubt. That was put to rest in the next series that Aussies played where Finch emerged as the leading run-scorer. Shaun Marsh too returned to his scoring ways and Maxwell regained the magic touch which makes him a special player. With the arrival of an in-form Warner and a proven commodity in Smith, the batting would look even stronger.Wicket-taking bowlersGone are the days, when bowling defensively was a good option. These days, taking wickets is everything. Australia have an advantage in this regard. Their bowlers – especially – Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc have mastered this art. The latter had been the most lethal bowler in 50-over cricket till some time ago due to his deadly yorkers and lively pace. In the middle overs, such wicket-taking options are a must for any team aspiring to be world champions.Experience of winning in dry conditionsHaving won their last two series in India and UAE, the Aussies have shown that they are capable of adapting to different types of conditions. This would be very useful in England where teams would encounter a wide variety of challenges. These days, English pitches tend to be much drier than in the past. This wouldn’t worry Australia as they have recently excelled in such conditions.Good spin-bowling combinationAustralia may not possess the best spin-bowling attack in the world – that distinction belongs to India – but they don’t have the worst either. Nathan Lyon has settled nicely into his role as a holding bowler who can deliver 10 economical overs. What makes this off-spinner special is his consistency and accuracy, allowing him to succeed in not so friendly wickets also.He will have Adam Zampa to assist him if Australia go in with two spinners. Initially, not so successful, he is now using his variations a lot more effectively. This has turned him into a genuine wicket-taking option. So, Lyon keeping the batsmen honest from one end and Zampa attacking them from other seems a very promising combination.Expected XI:Aaron Finch (C), David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Steve Smith, Shaun Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Alex Carey (WK), Nathan Lyon, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Coulter-Nile
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