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first_imgPresident Donald Trump will accept the Republican presidential nomination in Jacksonville, Florida, this summer after balking at having the event in Charlotte, North Carolina, due to the state’s coronavirus social-distancing rules.Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said in a statement on Thursday the official business of the party’s convention would still be held in Charlotte but the celebration of Trump’s nomination would be moved to Jacksonville.The announcement, which was expected, caps an ugly dispute that had been brewing between Trump, his Republican Party and Democratic Governor Roy Cooper of North Carolina, who refused to alter public health protocols to suit Trump in a state where the number of COVID-19 cases is still growing. Instead, Trump will give his acceptance speech on Aug. 27 in a 15,000-seat arena in his recently adopted home state of Florida, where a top ally, Ron DeSantis, is governor. Florida is a crucial battleground in Trump’s November election matchup against Democrat Joe Biden. “Not only does Florida hold a special place in President Trump’s heart as his home state, but it is crucial in the path to victory in 2020,” McDaniel said.Trump and the committee have insisted that the president speak to a packed house, forcing the flight from Charlotte. North Carolina looks to be another closely contested state, and Republicans had hoped that the economic benefits of the convention would boost Trump’s chances there.In her statement, McDaniel pledged the event in Jacksonville would be “safe and exciting” but offered no details of any virus-related measures the committee will take.Democrats are scheduled to hold their convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in August, but have not yet worked out their own safety precautions for the event. Topics :last_img read more

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first_imgA closer shot of Saliba in action (Picture: Stuart Macfarlane/Getty)Saliba is unable to feature against the Blues, which is unfortunate for an injury-hit Gunners.AdvertisementAdvertisementPablo Mari and Shkodran Mustafi are both set to miss the final with injuries, meaning Arteta could pair Rob Holding and David Luiz in a back four.Alternatively, Sead Kolasinac or Kieran Tierney could be used as a third centre-back alongside the pair.MORE: Jadon Sancho prefers Liverpool transfer ahead of Manchester United William Saliba has been training at Arsenal this week (Photo by Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)Arsenal new boy William Saliba was spotted in first team training on Wednesday as the Gunners prepare for their FA Cup final clash against Chelsea.The Frenchman signed for the club in 2019 but stayed with Saint-Étienne for a further 12 months as part of the £27million agreement.Saliba missed out on Saint-Etienne’s cup final clash against PSG last weekend after Arsenal refused to extend his stay at the club.That’s afforded Saliba to join up with his new team-mates and the defender was seen in training with Mikel Arteta’s first team today as they prepare for their clash against Chelsea.ADVERTISEMENT William Saliba spotted in Arsenal first team training ahead of FA Cup final against Chelsea Comment Advertisementcenter_img Advertisement Saliba was in one of Arsenal’s training photos (Picture: Stuart Macfarlane/Getty) Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 29 Jul 2020 5:39 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link5.2kShareslast_img read more

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first_imgPaul Merson has revealed Frank Lampard’s biggest problem at Chelsea (Picture: Getty / Sky Sports)Paul Merson insists Frank Lampard has a massive job on his hands to keep the Chelsea squad happy and united following the club’s stunning spending spree.The Blues have signed Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech, Ben Chilwell, Kai Havertz and Thiago Silva this summer as they look to make up ground on the likes of Liverpool and Man City.The additions mean some members of Lampard’s squad will see their game-time cut this season and Merson says keeping the entire squad happy will be a major ‘worry’.Despite this concern, the former Arsenal and England star still expects Chelsea to impress this season and says they could emerge as Premier League title contenders. AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘Chelsea will be right there,’ Merson told Starsport. ‘They have done some great business and if they finish above Liverpool, I wouldn’t be shocked.‘Chelsea have the firepower to challenge. They will score goals, and Thiago Silva will make them stronger at the back.‘People say trying to make up the 33-point from last season is too much. Forget about that. It’s a new season. It doesn’t work like that. Comment Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 12 Sep 2020 12:42 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link649Shares Paul Merson reveals Frank Lampard’s biggest problem at Chelsea following spending spree Advertisement Advertisement The Blues spent more than £70m on German midfielder Kai Havertz (Picture: Getty)‘Look at Leicester. Where did they finish the year before they won the title?‘The worry for Chelsea is keeping all their players happy with all those new signings. Who’s going to play? The pressure’s on Frank Lampard now.‘Did anybody else really want the job when he got it? They had just sold Eden Hazard. Couldn’t buy players. Now, he’s got to produce.’Chelsea have spent around £250m on their new signings this summer but Lampard has attempted to manage expectations ahead of their first match against Brighton on Monday evening.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘I’m not interested in other people; other people can talk about whether we challenge for the title or not,’ the Blues boss said.‘For me, we finished a lot of points behind Liverpool and Manchester City in the last two seasons, as has everybody else, that’s the way that the league has gone.‘So we have to first look at closing the gap, and build confidence, by getting the team working well together. I’m not jumping ahead and making any predictions on us.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page.MORE: Alan Shearer rates Chelsea’s Premier League title chancesMORE: Chelsea star Olivier Giroud responds to Juventus transfer rumourslast_img read more

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first_imgIt is a similar story in Cairns, where vendor discounting has dropped 0.7 per cent to 4.3 per cent for houses and 0.6 per cent to 4.7 per cent for units. However, the time on market for units has increased from 59 days to 72 days, likely the result of the brakes being applied to the tourism sector due to COVID-19. Time of market for houses remains unchanged at 58 days, according to CoreLogic.The rate of vendor discounting and the length of time a property stays on the market has also decreased in the resource rich region of Mackay-Isaac-Whitsunday, which has seen a resurgence in the mining sector. The South Townsville miners cottage has been beautifully renovated.CoreLogic head of research Tim Lawless said that regional housing values, broadly speaking, had so far held up better during the pandemic than their capital city counterparts. Tim LawlessHe said that dwelling values across the combined regional areas of Australia had slipped by just 0.1 per cent between March and the end of July, while capital city home values were down 2 per cent over the same period.“While the region by region data shows diversity, the relatively steady conditions across the regional markets of Australia can probably be attributed to factors such as less impact on housing demand from stalling overseas migration,” he said.“Also there likely remains some momentum in the trend towards rising demand for lifestyle properties that was prevalent prior to COVID-19.”Mr Lawless said that regional areas offered up a variety of advantages and risks compared with their capital city counterparts.“On the positive side, housing prices tend to be lower, providing a more affordable entry point to the market, population densities are generally lower which is something that might be even more appealing as we move through this pandemic, and in many examples, regional areas will offer some lifestyle advantages, either via the locations proximity to the coastline or wide open spaces,” he said.“On the downside, regional economic conditions can be more volatile, especially those areas that are heavily dependent on a single industry for economic prosperity, and some areas may not show the same level of amenity and access to essential services as a capital city or major centre.” This executive home in Annandale is listed for $845,000-negotiable after a price reduction.In Townsville, vacant lots are hot property, with new home and first home buyers making the most of generous government incentive, and some established houses are selling in hours, in some cases sight unseen by interstate buyers desperate to flee the big smoke. And considering the cost of a similar house in Sydney or Melbourne, its a bargain.Many residents have also returned home to Townsville, with others shifting to town before borders closed, driving down the rental vacancy to a record low of 1.7 per cent.That’s down from 2.9 per cent in March, and the record high for the city of 7.1 per cent in September 2016, according to the latest REIQ Vacancy Rate Report.REIQ CEO Antonia Mercorella said regional Queensland vacancy rates were the tightest since the GFC.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020 REIQ CEO Antonia Mercorella. Picture: SuppliedMeanwhile, the Herron Todd White Month in Review Report for August has both the Townsville house and unit markets at the “start of recovery”.The REA Markets Trends report for August shows that the biggest vendor discounts for houses in Townsville are currently being offered in Heatley, Condon and Mundingburra.A renovated miners cottage in South Townsville and an executive home in Annandale are just two of the Townsville properties that have seen price reductions.*** Top 10 suburbs with the greatest average vendor discounting Landlords set to win as vacancy rates tighten across QLD Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 2:12Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -2:12 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenCOVID-19: What will happen to house prices? 02:13Buyers looking to secure a bargain should look no further than Townsville, with sellers offering the biggest vendor discounts in Australia’s regional markets.CoreLogic’s latest quarterly regional review, which analyses 25 of Australia’s largest non-capital city markets, found that Townsville sellers were, on average, offering a discount rate of 5.9 per cent to secure a sale on their house. There be some hefty discounts out there yonder. Picture: Evan MorganBut buyers should act fast, with that vendor discount rates falling from 7 per cent one year ago.Townsville houses are also selling faster, down from a median days on market of 62 days a year ago to 55 days today. The stunning renovated miners cottage in South Townsville has seen a “big price reduction” and is now listed for $339,000. Source: realestate.com.auIt is a similar story for units, with vendor discounting falling from 6.9 per cent to 6.2 per cent and days on market down from 70 days to 62 days.As a result, the number of houses and units changing hands has significantly increased, and is up 9.7 per cent on a year ago and 1.5 per cent on the five year average.This has resulted in the median sales price for both houses and units are also gaining ground. MORE NEWS: Townsville property market at ‘start of recovery’ Critical rental sector in free fall Heatley -10.5%Condon -9.2%Mundingburra -8.7%Aitkenvale -8.4%Rasmussen -8.1%Kelso -7.9%Deeragun -7.8%Currajong -6.4%Cranbrook -5.9%Douglas -5.3%(Source: REA Market Trends Report – August)last_img read more

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first_imgDubai-based terminal operator DP World has, through its subsidiary P&O Maritime, acquired the Spanish maritime services company Remolques y Servicios Maritimos (Reyser).Reyser has long-term agreements in 10 ports in Spain and contracts with 2 international liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals at Saint John, New Brunswick in Canada and Point Fortin in Trinidad and Tobago.The company’s services include harbour towage, mooring, bunkering, diving and environmental support.It owns 151 vessels, including 20 tug boats, 53 mooring boats, 5 bunkering vessels and 73 ships conducting environmental work.“We are delighted to make this acquisition which underlines the further development of the group’s maritime services business,” Ahmed Bin Sulayem, DP World Group Chairman and CEO, said.“This is all part of our broader strategy to grow complementary sectors in the global supply chain such as industrial parks, freezones and logistics supported by new technologies adding value for all our stakeholders,” Bin Sulayem added.last_img read more

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first_imgDominion Post Editorial 16 October 2015OPINION: The call grows louder to relax the laws around “medicinal cannabis”. Union leader Helen Kelly, who has terminal cancer, has given it new voice with her own forceful appeal to the Government.“If a doctor says I would benefit from this, then who is Peter Dunne to decide whether I will or not?” Kelly asks.Good question. As the law stands, Dunne, the associate health minister, must give his blessing before any cannabis-related treatment can be used on a patient in New Zealand, even the sole such drug already approved here.He should not have this power; it should belong to doctors and medical authorities, who can decide whether a drug is safe and effective, just as they do with almost every other drug.Think of morphine, for instance, which is more dangerous than cannabis – the minister rightly does not get to toss up whether a person in pain needs it or not. Neither should he here.Indeed, for terminally ill people, the law should go further and allow them a special dispensation to use cannabis. This is what happens in New South Wales, where a new scheme lets them avoid prosecution for using the drug. No-one can begrudge someone who is dying such a wish – the health and addiction arguments fall away.For everyone else, the debate about “medicinal cannabis” gets more difficult. In the simplest case, where the therapeutic benefits of a cannabis derivative are clear – and where there is no psychoactive “high” from taking it – then the drug should win approval.Are there such drugs? Perhaps, but the case is not solid. The US surgeon-general says cannabis-related drugs show promise “for certain medical conditions and symptoms”, yet cautions that the data is preliminary. Trials are under way everywhere, from Australia to Israel, but they will take time.In the meantime, inspired by anecdote, internet videos and personal experience, patients are using cannabis and its derivatives for everything from rare kinds of epilepsy, to multiple sclerosis, to nausea and pain relief, especially after cancer treatment.Another problem is that the term “medicinal cannabis” is unhelpfully broad. It covers everything from smoking the plant conventionally (the “medical marijuana” of many US states), to taking an oral spray containing only a small amount of THC, the component of cannabis that makes people high (this describes Sativex, the drug currently allowed in New Zealand), to oils with no psychoactive properties (like the one given to Nelson teenager Alex Renton this year before he died).Clearly each treatment would need its own assessment and controls, and some would simply be rejected.Of course, allowing the careful prescription of proven drugs is very different to decriminalising cannabis. That is a much more fraught debate, which must reckon with a failing model of punishment on one hand, but also with evidence of the harm the drug does, especially to teenagers, people with psychotic tendencies and those prone to addiction.For those suffering deeply, however, another, more compassionate set of rules should apply.http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/comment/editorials/73063674/editorial-let-doctors-decide-on-medicinal-cannabislast_img read more

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first_imgThe 26-year-old Henelou Pacino yielded the suspected illegal drugs, apolice report showed. BACOLOD City – Suspected shabu weighing about seven grams valued aroundP105,000 was seized in a sting operation in Barangay 3, Silay City, NegrosOccidental. Pacino was nabbed after she sold suspected shabu to an undercoverofficer around 12:30 p.m. on Friday, the report added.  The suspect was detained in the custodial facility of the Silay Citypolice station, facing charges for violation of Republic Act 9165, or theComprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002./PN Police officers meet with residents of Barangay Guinhalaran, Silay City, Negros Occidental in this undated photo obtained from a recent social media post. SILAY CITY POLICE STATIONlast_img read more

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first_imgVernon. In.—  A Jennings County man faces charges in connection with an assault at last month’s white nationalist protest in Charlottesville, Virginia.Dennis Mothersbaugh, 37, of Vernon, is awaiting extradition in the Jennings County Jail.Court documents say authorities saw cell phone video on social media of Mothersbaugh punching a man and a woman during the protest.No other details are available.last_img

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first_imgCleta F. Lamb, 85, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Sunday, March 4, 2018 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.She was born June 13, 1932 in Washington, IN, daughter of the late Lewis Wuertz and Mary Wuertz.Cleta worked as a bookkeeper for R. Bennett Construction with over 25 years of service. She also worked at Vollmers Wholesale in Washington, Indiana for 15 years.She was a member of First Baptist Church of Aurora. Cleta enjoyed cooking and was a in the Clabber Girl Kitchen Band. Cleta was involved in the Missionary group at church, was an avid reader of religious books and was a very faithful person.Surviving are sons, Gregory Lamb of Lawrenceburg, IN, Allan (Regina) Lamb of Aurora, IN; sister, Sharon (Terry) Shaw; grandchildren, Jacob Lamb, Zachary Lamb, Jessica (Dylan) Sullivan and great grandchildren, Hunter and Emerson Sullivan.She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Richard “Bud” Lamb and sister, Evelyn Schnarr.Friends will be received Saturday, March 10, 2018, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm at the First Baptist Church of Aurora, 6060 Blair Road, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at the Church at 2:30 pm with Pastor Bill Secrest officiating.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions may be made to the First Baptist Church Sanctuary Fund. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.comlast_img read more

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first_imgAston Villa striker Gabriel Agbonlahor has signed a new four-year contract at the club. Press Association The Birmingham-born 27-year-old, who has made more than 300 appearances for Villa, had no hesitation in extending his stay at the club he joined as a youngster. “It’s a great feeling to be signing for Aston Villa,” he told AVFC TV. center_img “It was not a hard decision, for myself and the club it was easy to get it sorted. “The club has been great to me and the fans have been great through hard times and the last three or four years have been hard times for the club. “They have stuck by me as a player and hopefully I can pay them back through my performances over the next four years. “It’s a fantastic feeling for me to commit my future to Aston Villa and I’m excited for this season and I’m excited for the next four years.” Agbonlahor made his Premier League debut in March 2006 at the age of 19, scoring in the 4-1 defeat to Everton. He insists he still feels the same playing for the club today as he did back then. “It has gone quickly. I can still remember my debut and the past 10 years have gone by crazy quick,” he added. “You still get that buzz of pulling on the Villa shirt, that doesn’t go. “It is still a dream come true for me to sign on for another four years and continue playing for the club I love. “To be able to contribute for 10 years and hopefully the next four years is of great pride for me.” last_img read more