It is not an easy challenge. Rodrigo Moreno, from Valencia seems to be the primary objective to which two veterans have joined as Fernando Llorente (Naples) or Olivier Giroud (Chelsea).The other option of not being able to hunt the white blackbird would be to take advantage of what is at home, in this sense, Also, Abel Ruiz, promising striker of the subsidiary who can have his final casting in the Copa match, has risen to Ibiza. Barcelona maintains a fight against time. In the absence of nine days for the winter market to close, the technical secretariat has activated the plan to find a forward that can cover the low of Suarez in the remainder of the season. However, the big problem is in the delicate economic situation of the club, which does not allow you to make large expenses at this stage of the course. And if we add that you want to escape from signing a patch that does not contribute anything as it happened last season with the hiring of Boateng, the thing is more complicated.Thus, Barcelona is looking for a nine with experience in LaLiga and that does not cost to adapt and That is of sufficient quality to be a protagonist and discuss the position in next seasons to Luis Suarez once he recovers and that in addition it can arrive yielded with a purchase option that would be executed in summer and that, therefore, would enter the economic exercise of the next campaign.
The opposition, especially the platform Yes to the Futur led by the pre-candidate Víctor Font, he threw himself on Monday after the information of the SER Chain, which denounced that Barça hired a company that creates accounts that damage the image of the players. Yes to the Futur claimed that “The Board of Directors must immediately go out to explain this information because they are extremely serious. If these facts are confirmed it will mean that, with club money, the Board of Directors has gone against its own members, players of the first football team, entities of Catalan society and the media. This defamation campaign that today denounces a journalistic investigation stains Barça, embarrasses us as partners and aggravates the reality of the club because to the delicate sports and economic situation it now adds moral bankruptcy. “Victor Font was not the only one. Agustí Benedito, promoter of several failed censorship motions, said on his Twitter account that the club “will answer before the courts, sure.” While, I3 Ventures, the company contracted with Barça that, according to the SER, generated accounts to issue critical messages against players, denied it in a statement.“In relation to the information disclosed through a media outlet today, in which reference is made to a contract with FC Barcelona, through which the generation of disqualifying content is established for people, athletes and businessmen, we want to record that It is absolutely false.Likewise, we are awarded the authorship of several channels in social networks (Justice and dialogue in sports, Alter Sports, Jaume a horror film, Respect and sport, Month than a club). Information that is also false.I3 Ventures is responsible for tracking and monitoring of all social networks and digital channels for said institution, with the scope referred exclusively to its reputational management. “
“This bar was an eyesore,” Carlson said. “It was definitely not a positive influence. This is a good thing.” email@example.com (818) 713-3634160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! RESEDA – A rowdy neighborhood bar where undercover investigators discovered illegal escort services, drug use and underage drinking lost its liquor license Friday after years of complaints from residents. Mi Cielito Lindo at 18146 Sherman Way was under investigation for five years, said Los Angeles Police Department Sgt. Gabriel Kearney of the West Valley Division. “We found people urinating, passed out, a lot of fights and a lot of drugs,” Kearney said. “It is the owner’s responsibility to control all the activity that goes on in their bar. They are supposed to be shooing these people away and instead they are turning their heads.” The announcement was welcome news to residents who have complained about unruly behavior outside the bar, whose names roughly translates to My Little Sweetheart. The owner of the bar, Oscar Escalante, could not be reached for comment. Kearney said undercover investigators found underage drinking inside the bar, illegal escorts and “drunk service,” in which bartenders serve alcohol to intoxicated patrons. When a liquor license is revoked, the establishment does not have to shut down, Kearney said, but it can no longer serve alcohol. Cielito Lindo is the second bar in the West Valley to lose its liquor license. El Coyote, at De Soto Avenue and Sherman Way, was shut down two weeks ago, Kearney said. Garth Carlson, chairman of Reseda Neighborhood Council, said residents living near the bar have long complained about loud music and raucous parties in the bar’s parking lot well past 2 a.m.
Frank McBrearty , Donegal Mayor and Teacher Laura McGettigan toss around a few ideas at the Donegal County Council and Finn Harps Schools Road Safety Arts Competition launch last year. Seated from left are Rachel Mitchelle, Kevin McColgan, Corey McGettigan and Roisin Brennan Back from left are Kevin McHugh, Chantelle Grant, Seamus Neeley, County Manager, Joey O’Leary, Finn Harps Chairman, Eamonn Browne, Donegal Road Safety Officer and John Campbell, Finn Harps. Pic: Clive WassonThe Finn Harps/Donegal County Council road safety campaign ‘Putting Road Safety in the Picture’ has been hailed as a huge success.The winning entry to be unveiled at half time during the Finn Harps v Shamrock Rovers match in Finn Park this Friday night.The art competition was open to all Primary Schools in the county and attracted over 500 entries. The category winners are –Kayla McDermott, Scoil Íosagáin, St.Mary’s Road, BuncranaCarla McDermott, Scoil Naomh Fiachra, IllistrinShane McCaul, Clonmany N.S. Carley Sweeney, St.Bernadette’s School, LetterkennyMikaela McConnon, Scoil an Linbh Íosa, Killymard, Donegal TownNiamh Ni Chleirigh, Scoil Gaelscoil Adhamhnáin, Leitir CeanainnThe overall winner will be unveiled at half time during the Finn Harps v Shamrock Rovers match in Finn Park on Friday 2nd May 2014.The winning piece will feature as an advertising hoarding promoting Road Safety in Finn Park for the current season. The Mayor of Donegal County Council , Councillor Ian McGarvey, praised all the schools for their participation in the competition.He said, “I wish to congratulate all the winners and I would like to thank all the schools for getting behind this initiative. We had over 500 entries and it is fantastic to see our schools involved in promoting Road Safety with our young people. Do make our roads safe by looking out for each other, drive safely and let’s make our contribution.”Finn Harps John Campbell stated “Finn Harps Football Club are delighted to be associated with the Donegal Road Safety Campaign through this unique competition. Harps are delighted to have the group winners as their guests at the Shamrock Rovers match. We also look forward to unveiling the overall winner on the night. As in other years the winning overall entry will be on display at Finn Park for the coming season as an 8 x 4 display.”HARPS AND COUNCIL HAVE ROAD SAFETY DOWN TO “A FINE ART” was last modified: April 30th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Art competitionDonegal County Councilfinn harps
The penultimate outing of the year was the presidents prize held in Nairn and Portnoo GC in glorious conditions on Saturday last.Winner on the day was Michael mc Grath with 36pts on a b.o.t. from Paddy McDaid. Third place went to Chris Hegarty with 35pts.The final three prizes were all separated by the narrowest margin also with Eanna O Mainnin, Deirdre O Toole and Gareth Doherty all on 34pts. So with only one outing left it seems as though Paddy mc Daid is uncatchable at the head of affairs in the race for golfer of the year.The race for runner up looks likely to be a closer run thing with Paul McGinley, Michael Mc Grath and Kevin Murphy all vying for second place.The final outing takes place in Bundoran GC on the 30th December. GOLF NOTES: VEC GOLF SOCIETY was last modified: November 21st, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:VEC Golf Society
It’s literally games like this that make the World Cup the greatest sporting competition in the world, and football the greatest sport of all time. Absolutely spectacular from the first minute to the last. Cristiano Ronaldo masterclass to make things even better. Stunning.— Dharma Bhagalia (@Kloppholic) June 15, 2018 If Cristiano Ronaldo isn’t your World’s Best then you need to a doctor in your life.#PORESP pic.twitter.com/POmpHNuC3x— Mad E’Leine 🧙♀️ (@badgalmaddie_) June 15, 2018 It was a masterclass display from Ronaldo 1 Cristiano Ronaldo… never fails to amaze me… this guy is just a goal machine… Been so blessed to watch him…— A$HV7R 🤙🏽 (@ASHV7R) June 15, 2018 “Ronaldo or Messi? Tonight settles the debate over the best ever.”#ENG fan in Moscow says Ronaldo has proved he’s the greatest 🙌#WorldCup | #TSWorldCup pic.twitter.com/c3moCslj2o— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) June 15, 2018Scroll down for some brilliant words on Ronaldo. 51st career hat-tricksbut his 1st in #WorldCupCristiano Ronaldo is the best player in the world.😍 pic.twitter.com/r4HxsgZQYP— RuBah (@oyeeBelLa) June 15, 2018 Cristiano Ronaldo vs Spain, what a game!— peters (@kp_yannick95) June 15, 2018 Cristiano Ronaldo is unreal, and a better player – in my opinion- then Messi. He shows up in big tournaments and excels with far lesser talent surrounding him in international play. After Pele and Maradona, he’s the best of all time.— Khaled Beydoun (@KhaledBeydoun) June 15, 2018 “He can’t score freekicks””He doesn’t score big teams””He has never scored Spain””He only score tap-ins””He’s facing the best keeper in the World”Cristiano Ronaldo: Hold My Beer pic.twitter.com/NJVe5eSnoU— Omoniyi Israel (@omoissy) June 15, 2018 The crowd at Sochi were treated to quite possibly Ronaldo’s greatest ever performance in a Portugal shirt as he dragged his country to the heroic point.The Real Madrid man dispatched a penalty inside four minutes before his firm shot managed to squirm under De Gea to give Portugal a 2-1 half-time lead.After the break, Spain turned the game around but Ronaldo was having none of it and his incredible 88th-minute free-kick rounded off a virtuoso performance for the five-time Ballon d’Or winner.And the tributes to the footballing icon have come pouring in from all sorts of football fans, with some even suggesting he is better than Lionel Messi – Ronaldo’s great rival for the best player in the world prize. Germany has superstarsArgentina has superstarsFrance has superstarsSpain has superstarsBrazil has superstarsPortugal has Cristiano Ronaldo.— Danny WelBeast (@WelBeast) June 15, 2018 It will certainly take something for there to be a better 2018 World Cup game than Portugal’s 3-3 draw against Spain.It had everything. Superb goals, Diego Costa bullying the Portuguese defence, an uncharacteristic David De Gea mistake and a Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick. You can hate Cristiano Ronaldo, but you will respect him— Lush (@Luciah_PS) June 15, 2018
The Taoiseach Enda Kenny has officially unveiled a new €4 million science suite at Letterkenny Institute of Technology.The Fine Gael leader spoke to staff and students of the LYIT about the “exciting times ahead” for students across Ireland and how they could make their dreams become a reality.He was shown around the new science suite and introduced to students by President of the LYIT, Paul Hannigan. Among the many students he met was Sharon McCann, who is originally from Dublin, who has returned to college to do a Higher Certificate in Science in the hope of becoming a pharmacy technician.Along his tour of the suite, An Taoiseach was also surprised when he bumped into Donegal GAA star Rory Kavanagh.The pair exchanged words and Mr Kenny said he hoped his native Mayo could go one further next year after being beaten by Donegal in the All-Ireland final.Mr Kenny also addressed those present about the importance of The Gathering project planned for next year. The new science facility now adds more than 1,000 square metres of fully equipped science laboratories with a total of eight laboratories with an investment of €4 million.The expansion is due in part to the increase in student numbers at the LYIT which have jumped by 55% in the past 3 years with more than 3,000 students now at the Port Road campus.An Taoiseach commented that, “This is a great occasion for Letterkenny Institute of Technology, for higher education and indeed the North West Region. I am delighted to be here to open this state-of-the-art science building that will put LYIT graduates in the fast lane to a successful career in the sciences.“The Government will continue to place science, technology and innovation at the heart of enterprise and jobs policies so that we are favourably positioned to win new business and build economic recovery.”Paul Hannigan, President of LYIT, referred to the continued increase of students and expansion of courses, “We anticipate our student numbers will steadily increase, especially in science, and we now provide over 100 courses in many areas up to Masters level. “This year we have entirely renewed our curriculum to reflect the latest academic and industrial standards. The new science facility means that we are now one of the most modern campuses in Ireland. I would especially like to thank Mary Daly, Estates Manager, and her team on completing this valuable project.”The new laboratories have been cleverly designed as a lightweight extension over the roof of the existing building.The building work caused minimum disruption and was a cost-effective solution to develop the science facilities on campus. The project was completed over the summer.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_b76uZbjVM LYIT GETS THE FORMULA RIGHT AS TAOISEACH OPENS NEW €4M SCIENCE SUITE was last modified: October 5th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
In the solo women’s category, Dalene van der Leek won Saturday’s stage but ended up as the overall runner-up behind Germany’s Bettina Uhlig, who captured five stage wins in total. Mixed categoryCube Nutswerk MTB’s Birgit Lavrijssen (Ned) and Marco Minnaard (Ned) grabbed their fourth stage win and the overall title in the mixed category on Saturday. Final stageAsrin Cycling’s James Reid (RSA) and Jens Schuermans (Bel) won the final stage of the seven-day international mountain bike stage race from George to Oudtshoorn, which was shortened to 68km due to flooding in some areas. They outsprinted SCOTT Factory Racing’s Philip Buys (RSA) and Matthys Beukes (RSA) to secure their third stage win of the event, while third place on the stage went to EAI Cycling’s Hanco Kachelhoffer (RSA) and Johann Rabie (RSA). Masters’ categoryWilde 3’s Izak Visagie and Lieb Loots dominated the masters’ category. The South Africans won all but Saturday’s final stage, finishing second to Brug Meesters’ Charles Nienaber (RSA) and Ergee du Toit (RSA). Loots and Visagie’s overall winning margin more than two hours ahead of Stone Hammer’s Malcolm Dods (GBR) and Zbigniew Wizner (Swe), with Nienaber and Du Toit rounding out the final overall podium. Woolcock and Kleinhans finished fourth, 54 seconds behind the winners but with their overall lead firmly secure. They ended up beating runners-up Buys and Beukes by almost 10 minutes, with FedGroup Itec’s Brandon Stewart (RSA) and Konny Looser (Sui) completing the podium. South African Darren Lill won his third stage in the solo men’s division on Saturday, but Adriaan Louw (RSA), the winner of the other four stages, claimed the overall title. “This was probably the toughest week of my bike racing life. The tougher stages were on the four good weather days and the easier stages were made tough by the rain and mud! ‘A great feeling’“It’s a great feeling to win here again. We had some really strong competition, which makes the win even more special,” added Kleinhans, who won the inaugural edition with Jonny Kritzinger in 2009 and the mixed division with his wife Ariane in 2011. Team RE:CM’s Waylon Woolcock and Erik Kleinhans secured a South African victory in the Bridge Cape Pioneer Trek in rain-drenched Oudtshoorn on Saturday, with the women’s title going to the Team RE:CM Davinci combination of Denmark’s Annika Langvad and Switzerlands’s Ariane Kleinhans. “The racing was the most exciting we’ve seen yet and a great precursor to the 2014 event, which will have official UCI race grading.” “It’s a great feeling to win what has been a really tough race. Annika was an amazing partner and so strong throughout,” said Ariane Kleinhans. “It’s been a dramatic and challenging fifth edition of the Bridge Cape Pioneer Trek, but a watershed edition for sure,” Henco Rademeyer of Dryland Event Management, the race’s co-founder, said in a statement on the weekend. They fought a race-long battle with Asrin Cycling 3’s 2012 winners, Jennie Stenerhag (Swe) and Craig Gerber (RSA), who finished as 2013 runners-up. Third place went to Asrin Cycling 2’s Nizaam Esa (RSA) and Catherine Williamson (GBR). 28 October 2013 The veteran division title also went to the Netherlands. The Cube Nutswerk 2 team of Micha de Vries and Rik van den Hanenberg finished second on Saturday to Klein Karoo Vets’ Wynand Mulder (RSA) and Gerrie Beukes (RSA), but the Dutchmen had done enough on the previous six stages to capture the overall title ahead of Mulder and Beukes. Cannondale Blend Vets’ Martin Epstein (RSA) and Stefano Madies (RSA) were third overall. “We knew some teams were going to go hard for the stage win and that Philip and Matthys wanted to attack our overall lead, so we really had to make sure we kept them in our sights and kept our risk of crashing or mechanicals as low as possible,” Erik Kleinhans said after securing the overall victory. “The women’s field was stronger than ever before this year and we never once were able to let our guard down. It’s great to see this women’s category growing in depth and I’m sure this growth will continue in the future.” Women’s raceIn the women’s race, Langvad, the Danish marathon champion, and Kleinhans, the Swiss marathon champion, confirmed their complete dominance of the event when they claimed their seventh stage win. They beat Wheeler BMC’s Esther Suss (Sui) and Jane Nuessli (GBR) by more than an hour and 35 minutes in the general classification, with defending champions, Klein Karoo Chicks’ Yolande Speedy (RSA) and Yolande de Villiers (RSA), taking third place overall.
Related Posts Tags:#air quality#Australia#environment#environmental health#Internet of Things#IoT#sensors#smart city According to the head of an Australian environmental consulting services company, the first part of improving environmental quality is tracking it, overcoming regular methods that only capture a few locations and focus on basic displays of real-time data.Robin Ormerod, the Managing Director of EnviroSuite, says, “Often, the information displayed lacks context, and it is difficult for decision makers to use when managing environmental quality.”See Also: How to avoid a massive smart city pitfall“While much of the smart city focus tends to be on features such as high-speed networks, intelligent control systems and efficient transportation options, there are opportunities to go even further. Increasingly, smart city projects are also including objectives to improve the health of its citizens, based on systems that monitor and manage environmental factors, such as air and water quality,” explains Ormerod.EnviroSuite also provides environmental tracking software with the same name. Ormerod is focused on using the large amounts of sensor data being generated to make big improvements.“Collected data can range from the air quality on city streets to the water quality and levels in streams and rivers. Other sensors can measure wind conditions, temperatures, and ambient noise levels. Most importantly, when combined in a clever way, these different sources can be used to predict problem areas, or provide early warnings of potential environmental problems, so that these issues can be avoided with efficient action, “Ormerod says.Oremerod continues, “For example, if air quality is poor (or predicted to be poor), traffic levels could be dynamically managed to improve air quality. This is much more efficient than the strict bans on vehicles that have been imposed in some cities. Citizens could also be sent automated notifications advising them of the best course of action to improve air quality, with targeted messages to different types of vehicles that contribute most to the issue. Meanwhile, data collected by water quality sensors (or predicted by high-accuracy rainfall forecast) can alert the city to changing conditions. For example, runoff after heavy rain might cause localized flooding, issues for swimmers or water treatment plants. Alerts could be issued to citizens or treatment plant operators, with follow-up notices as soon as the sensors determine that conditions have improved.”Easy to implement?Ormerod doesn’t believe that implementing a city-wide environmental tracking system has to be a complex process, stating that he thinks the systems needed could be stored in cloud-based data centers and run with inexpensive hardware“The sensors themselves can be located on existing infrastructure such as light poles, bus shelters, building exteriors and water pipes. Once in place, they require little or no maintenance and most can be powered by solar cells. The data they produce can be fed back for analysis via an existing network or 3G/4G networks,” he continues.This system will be most useful once the monitoring and forecasting of environmental data is interpreted and communicated in a real-time format that allows decision makers to implement smart city solutions that can improve the quality of life in the cities they manage. The Ultimate Checklist on Ways to Prevent IoT D… 5 Industries Destined for Technological Disruption How IoT Will Play an Important Role in Traffic … Amanda Razani How Connected Communities Can Bolster Your Busi…