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Lyons leads Eureka football in season-opening win over Fort Bragg

first_imgEureka >> In what turned out to be a physical, back-and-forth contest, it was the Eureka Loggers that ended the night with hands raised in victory.Senior wide receiver Jaboc Lyons ran for 149 yards and three touchdowns and senior running back Sergio Manzo ran for 169 yards and a touchdown to lead a Loggers rushing attack that proved to be the difference down the stretch.“I just came out here and played my heart out for my team,” said Lyons, who had touchdown runs of 61, 33 and 50 yards in the …last_img

South Africa’s SMME payment hotline

first_imgPayments overhaul About 760 government departments, agencies and municipalities have been asked to supply the call centre with the names of people responsible for payments. To date, 512 have responded. There are about 2.4-million registered SMMEs in South Africa, accounting for 40% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP). Small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs) experiencing late payments of more than 30 days after doing business with the government can now call a hotline on 0860 766 3729 or fax their details to 012 452 0458 for assistance. Through the hotline, launched by Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies in Pretoria this week, a group of agents will provide a single point of contact to facilitate the speedy payment for services or products provided to the government. Davies said payment processes within the government needed a complete overhaul. “Some of the procedures and processes have remained a stumbling block, and it’s a major challenge that we need to address. Davies said that while the delays could be absorbed by larger companies with access to credit, late payments could have devastating consequences for small firms. “It is our experience that small enterprises are still being paid extremely late, in some instances after 90 days, and this is adversely affecting the viability of small business,” he said.center_img Davies said a number of small businesses had in the past been forced to close down as a result of delays in payments, adding that the Public Finance Management Act called for contractual obligations on accounts to be settled within 30 days of receipt of invoice. 21 September 2009 ‘Contractual obligation’ Source: BuaNews The Small Enterprise Development Agency will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of the call centre. The agency will compile annual reports identifying the major reasons for late payments and identifyiing government departments prone to the problem. “Of course we need to ensure that the processes and procedures are such that they ensure proper control and efficient use of resources, but we must at the same time cut out the unnecessary stress and procedures that delay payments unnecessary,” he said.last_img read more

Build Your Own Burning Platform

first_imgIt isn’t easy to change. Our brain tends to shut down the desire to improve ourselves and our situation as soon as we are comfortable. As long as we don’t experience too much pain, we don’t change. Even if we know we are capable of more, if we could gain pleasure, we still don’t take action.Here’s your motivation (not that you need to be motivated or inspired).Building Your OwnMost of the reason we don’t take the actions we need to to take is because we are afraid.We fear that we will fail and lose the comfort of our identity. We fear being mocked, criticized, or ostracized and lose our connection to the herd. As much as we love novelty, most of us love the warm comfort of the status quo even more. We’re afraid to lose it. But there are outcomes you should fear more than this little list of horribles.You should fear not living up to your full potential. You should fear leaving this place before you realize your dreams. Or before you even attempt them.You should fear failing the people who count on you. You should fear not investing as much as you can in those relationships that are most precious to you.You should fear not making the contribution you know that you can—and should—make. You should fear walking away the fight that had your name all over it. You should fear lying down.You should fear living a lie, living a life of mediocrity, or living someone else’s purpose instead of your own.This is the list of horribles you should fear. This is your burning platform.Light the MatchEach day when your alarm goes off, the fears above are what should motivate you. They represent real and unrelenting danger.Don’t wait for or wish for motivation. You already have everything you need within you right now. And what you don’t have you are resourcefulness to go and discover.You’re holding the match. Go ahead and catch yourself on fire. Essential Reading! Get my first book: The Only Sale Guide You’ll Ever Need “The USA Today bestseller by the star sales speaker and author of The Sales Blog that reveals how all salespeople can attain huge sales success through strategies backed by extensive research and experience.” Buy Nowlast_img read more

2014 FIFA world cup: Watch out for the young guns

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France held 0-0 by Ivory Coast, Croatia beat Northern Ireland 3-0

first_imgEuro 2016 runners-up France, with a largely revamped side, were held to 0-0 draw by African champions Ivory Coast in a dull friendly at Lens’s Stade Bollaert on Tuesday.After Friday’s 2-1 win over Sweden in a World Cup qualifier, France coach Didier Deschamps made seven changes, handing Paris St Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot and Stade Rennes goalkeeper Benoit Costil their first international caps.With forward Antoine Griezmann ruled out due to a foot injury, Les Bleus struggled to get into their stride as the game failed to ignite on a cold evening in northern France. (Also read: Spain fight back to snatch draw with England)The crowd booed at the end of the match, obviously disappointed with France’s performance.”We struggled, that’s not what I want to remember from 2016,” said Deschamps. “We could have won that game but we could have lost it. We made too many errors, especially in the second half.”Ivory Coast had the best chance in the 11th minute when Adama Traore’s 20-metre half-volley crashed against Costil’s post and Salomon Kalou, who followed up the shot, poked the ball into the net but his effort was disallowed for offside.France’s best opportunity in the first half came six minutes before the break when N’Golo Kante’s fierce 20-metre strike was blocked by goalkeeper Sylvain Gbohouo. (Also read: Italy, Germany play out 0-0 draw, Buffon equals European record)Moussa Sissoko also had a good chance after the interval but his header from Lucas Digne’s cross went just wide.advertisementEight days before PSG’s potential Champions League Group A decider at Arsenal, Rabiot limped off with a muscle injury in the 77th minute before Costil made a superb save to deny Nicolas Pepe from point-blank range in the last minute.”Adrien (Rabiot) picked up a thigh injury,” said Deschamps, without elaborating. France, who lead World Cup qualifying Group A by three points, next visit Luxembourg on March 25 when the battle to reach the 2018 finals in Russia resumes.CROATIA 3 – 0 NORTHERN IRELANDCroatia ended Northern Ireland’s three-year unbeaten home run with a comfortable 3-0 win thanks to goals from Mario Mandzukic, Duje Cop and Andrej Kramaric in their friendly on Tuesday.Croatia went ahead against Michael O’Neill’s second-string Irish side after nine minutes when striker Mandzukic reacted quickest to head the ball past stranded keeper Alan Mannus.It was the first goal the Irish, who had not lost at home in 11 games, had conceded at Windsor Park in six matches. The last time they went down at home was to Portugal in September 2013.Croatia added a second after 35 minutes through Cop after Matej Mitrovic flicked the ball on from a corner and Kramaric smashed the ball home from distance for their third.last_img read more

Japanese Trio to Study ShiptoShip LNG Bunkering

first_imgzoom Japanese companies Uyeno Transtech, Sumitomo Corporation and Yokohama-Kawasaki International Port Corporation have concluded a memorandum on conducting a joint study on ship-to-ship (STS) liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering in Tokyo Bay.In hoping to turn Tokyo Bay, a gateway to Asia for ships sailing in the Pacific Ocean, into an LNG bunkering hub, the three companies will jointly study the commercial feasibility of supplying LNG-fueled vessels with LNG by using LNG bunkering vessels all the while remaining open to possible participation in such a business venture by LNG-related companies.Together with its partner companies, Sumitomo Corporation will be building an industrial platform for procuring and supplying eco-friendly and low-cost LNG, complementing its conventional shipping fuel supply operations by meeting new customer demand for LNG.YKIP, the port operating company for Keihin Port, manages and operates the container terminals for Yokohama Port and Kawasaki Port in an integrated fashion, and undertakes measures in pursuit of a policy of establishing strategic international container ports to further bolster the international competitiveness of Japan’s ports. As one of those measures, YKIP has endeavored to set up a LNG bunkering hub in Tokyo Bay, centered on Yokohama Port, to comply with SOx emission restrictions in general sea areas scheduled to go into effect in 2020.In cooperation with its partners, YKIP will be creating an environment to encourage port calls by LNG-fueled vessels to ensure that this eco-friendly hub port in East Japan supports sustained social development.last_img read more

14th Annual ArtWalk at Liberty Station

first_img 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – ArtWalk Liberty Station will return to Ingram Plaza for its 14th year of “Connecting Creative Communities” on Saturday, August 10 and Sunday, August 11 in the Arts District at Liberty Station.The fine arts festival brings visual arts, music and interactive art experiences to the historic San Diego community all weekend long.Thousands can peruse through the garden browsing artwork and enjoying food, wine, beer and live entertainment at the two-day, free event.New to this year’s event, the ArtWalk team will connect with their inner Jackson Pollock to create one-of-a- kind painted pieces for guests to keep. Attendees are encouraged to bring (orwear) a clothing item, bag or shoes to ArtWalk at Liberty Station and walk away with a fun, colorful paint-splattered item to wear with pride. Those who don’t have an item to paint, canpurchase a re-usable shopping bag.For more information on ArtWalk and its programs, please visit http://www.artwalklibertystation.org. KUSI Newsroom Posted: August 9, 2019 14th Annual ArtWalk at Liberty Station KUSI Newsroom, August 9, 2019 Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

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Tribute to the man who brought Indian cinema on the world map

first_imgKolkata: The 98th birth anniversary of Satyajit Ray was celebrated in the city on Thursday.Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee tweeted “Maharaja Tomare Selam… Fondly remembering Satyajit Ray, legendary filmmaker, on his birth anniversary.” At Mother’s Wax museum in New Town, the wax statue of Ray was garlanded on the occasion by the chairman of Housing Infrastructure Development Corporation (HIDCO) Debashis Sen. Orbits of Convergence: Ray’s Tagore, a unique programme by the Tollygunge Club, brought together the works of Rabindranath Tagore and Satyajit Ray. The event, conceptualised, scripted and directed by Subha Pal, with inputs from Subhashish Majumder, is an audio-visual presentation of Tagore’s works, which have been made into films by Satyajit Ray, along with the screening of a documentary on Tagore, made in 1961 on the birth centenary of Rabindranath. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataTagore was very close to the Ray family and had visited the Garpar house of the Rays when Sukumar, Ray’s father, fell ill and died prematurely. Tagore loved Ray because he lost his father at an early age. There will be play-readings too, followed by the recital of poetry and some songs which are reminiscent of both Tagore and Ray’s works. “This event is a tribute to mark the birth anniversary of two luminaries from Bengal — Rabindranath Tagore and Satyajit Ray. Since both their birthdays fall in the month of May, we decided to host a programme which focuses on how Ray’s films brought world-wide fame to Tagore’s works. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateIt’s not that Tagore wasn’t so popular among the people before. But Ray’s works captured beautifully the meaning inherent in Tagore’s works, which were lost in translation,” says Subha Pal, the director. Clippings from five films by Ray which included Teen Konya, Charulata, Ghare Baire, Postmaster and Monihara had been shown at the event. Barun Chanda, who acted in Ray’s Shimabaddha, spoke about Tagore’s interest in movies, during the latter part of his life. Biplab Das Gupta presented the play-reading while director Ashoke Vishwanathan enacted the characters from Ghare Baire and Monihara. Rohini and Debashish Ray Chaudhuri sang songs along with Apala Basu. The programme will also include songs from Ray’s films, as he used some of Tagore’s poems in his films to highlight a particular moment. “Ray’s love for music was much evident in movies like Gupi Gayen Bagha Bayen and Hirak Rajar Deshe and we will also include some songs from these movies,” Subha said. On his 98th Birth anniversary, Indian Museum ,ministry of Culture,is celebrating the day by organising an exhibition of photographs and Memorabilia at Pre-History Gallery, Indian Museum.last_img read more

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