Cobham Gets Survey Contract Extension for Australian Navy

first_imgCobham Aviation Services has been awarded a five year contract extension by Fugro LADS Corporation Pty Ltd to support the provision of hydrographic survey services for the Royal Australian Navy. View post tag: Naval View post tag: News by topic Back to overview,Home naval-today Cobham Gets Survey Contract Extension for Australian Navy View post tag: survey May 27, 2014 Share this article Authorities View post tag: Australian Navy Cobham Gets Survey Contract Extension for Australian Navy View post tag: contract View post tag: extension View post tag: Cobham View post tag: gets Cobham will continue to support Fugro in providing this unique service which involves operating an airborne laser bathymetry (ALB) system to survey shorelines, tides, currents and sea floors.Darren Moncrieff, General Manager Special Mission, Cobham Aviation Services said: “We have significant experience operating and maintaining fit for purpose special mission platforms and look forward to continuing to work in synchrony with Fugro with whom we have a long-term relationship. Cobham has been supporting Fugro’s hydrographic survey services since 1998.”Mark Sinclair, Managing Director, Fugro LADS Corporation said: “Our sophisticated laser airborne depth sounder equipment is integrated into a Dash 8 aircraft which Cobham will support by providing the expertise and services required to operate and maintain the Dash 8 aircraft.”[mappress]Press Release, May 27, 2014; Image: Wikimedialast_img read more

Crews Extinguish Trailer Fire After Propane Tank Explodes

first_imgPixabay Stock ImagePORTLAND – Several area fire departments responded to an early morning blaze at a northern Chautauqua County trailer park Saturday after a propane tank exploded.The Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office says the Portland, Brocton and Westfield Fire Departments were called to 7022 Webster Road Lot 18 just after 3:30 a.m.Deputies say a propane tank explosion caused a fire to start on one side of the trailer.At the time of the explosion there were four people and pets inside, which deputies say all had got out safely. The fire was put out, with damage extending to one side of the residence.Chautauqua County Fire Investigators are currently looking into why the tank exploded. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Upper Front Street Lowe’s employee tests positive for the coronavirus

first_imgLowe’s say the employee is quarantined and is receiving care. The company says the employee has not worked since April 10. The spokesperson tells 12 News employees who worked closely with the employee that tested positive have been put on paid leave. TOWN OF CHENANGO (WBNG) — A spokesperson for Lowe’s has confirmed with 12 News that an employee tested positive for COVID-19. The employee works at the 1318 Upper Front St. location. As of April 20, the store remains open to customers.last_img

Foreign invasion

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Agent claims Alexandre Lacazette has release clause at Arsenal and was offered to Zenit

first_imgAlexandre Lacazette was offered to Zenit by a Russian agent (AMA/Getty Images)Russian agent Dmitry Cheltsov claims he offered Alexandre Lacazette to Zenit in the summer and says the striker has a £61 million release clause in his contract with Arsenal.Lacazette was signed by Arsenal from Lyon for a then club-record fee of £46.5m in 2017.The 28-year-old is in his third season at Arsenal but is currently sidelined with an ankle injury.Cheltsov claims he put forward the signing of Lacazette to Zenit before the Russian club ended up landing Malcom from Barcelona for an initial £36m fee.ADVERTISEMENT Lacazette is claimed to have a £61m release clause in his Arsenal contract (Getty Images)‘I offered Alexandre Lacazette to Zenit,’ Cheltsov told Sport Business Gazeta.‘Their sporting director Javier Ribalta said to me: ‘Are you crazy? His release clause is €68m [£61m].’AdvertisementAdvertisementMore: 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 told him you can negotiate with Arsenal.I am sure they will be ready to accept something between €50m and €55m [£45m – £49.5m].‘His salary would be €7-8m [£6.3m – £7.2m] after tax.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Comment Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterThursday 10 Oct 2019 1:40 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link18Shares Advertisement Agent claims Alexandre Lacazette has release clause at Arsenal and was offered to Zenitlast_img read more

Leicester go for Liverpool Bosman prospect Lallana

first_img Promoted Content5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our Planet11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyBest Car Manufacturers In The World”Chronicles Of Narnia” Fans Were Bemused To See How She Looks Now7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest PocketInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street Art5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks Loading… Leicester City are moving for Liverpool’s Bosman prospect, Adam Lallana. The Liverpool midfielder, who signed for the Reds from Southampton in 2014, is out-of-contract this summer and is highly unlikely to sign a new deal at Anfield. Sky Sports says as a result, he is already allowed to talk to foreign clubs about a summer move but Leicester, managed by Brendan Rodgers, have looked to steal a march on other Premier League clubs by making an enquiry.Advertisement The report details that Lallana would need Liverpool’s permission to talk to other English clubs before his current contract expires in June, but the Reds have allowed the midfielder to plan his future. Read Also:Ricardo: Leicester City are gradually improving Arsenal, Tottenham and West Ham are other Premier League clubs reportedly keeping an eye on Lallana’s situation ahead of the summer window. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

Paul Pogba nutmegs mum during playful kickabout

first_img Promoted Content5 Reasons Why The Black Widow Solo Movie Will Be AwesomeWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Can Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksHere Are The Best Movies Since 1982 You Should Definitely SeeA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimePlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body8 Addictive And Fun Coffee Facts6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueThe 90s Was A Fantastic Decade For Fans Of Action Movies Manchester United star Paul Pogba showed “no mercy” as he nutmegged his mum while out for a walk.Advertisement And he decided to have a bit of fun with his mother Yeo Moriba on exercise from coronavirus lockdown.Pogba kept close control of the ball as Yeo advanced towards him.The footballer spots the opening and makes his moveIn truth the nutmeg was a bit lucky as the ball squeezed through his mum’s ankles, with both left laughing at the outcome.And the former Juventus midfielder had a loving message as he uploaded the clip to his Instagram account.It was touch and go, but Pogba manages to eventually squeeze the ball throughThe 26-year-old captioned it: “When your mum tells you she played football before“Love and spend time with your parents before they leave the world.”The French footballer described the move as ‘no mercy’ when he uploaded it to InstagramHe then added the hashtags “nomercy” and “sonvsmum” to the post.Several people commented with the “flame” emoji, while another begged him to “sign a new contract at United”.Mother and son were in fits of laughter at how the nutmeg eventually came aboutRead Also: UEFA urges leagues to complete suspended football seasonsThe French international’s future at Old Trafford remains unclear after numerous disagreement between his agent Mino Raiola and club execs.But United captain Harry Maguire believes the future could be bright for Pogba at United – thanks to new signing Bruno Fernandes.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The French midfielder showed how much he is missing the Beautiful Game by taking a football outside with him. Loading… last_img read more

West Florida in Sixth Place after the First Round of the Flagler Fall Slam

first_img Share West Florida in Sixth Place after the First Round of the Flagler Fall Slam Oct. 1, 2007ResultsST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. – After the wind and rain beaten first round of the Flagler Fall Slam, West Florida is in sixth place out of a field of 20 teams, 12 strokes off the leader Nova Southeastern. The Argonauts combined to shoot a +43 (331) on Monday at the Slammer and Squire Course taking place in the World Golf Village located in St. Augustine, Fla.Two weeks after winning her first tournament as an Argonaut Bhavna Shetty sits in a tie for fifth place following a first round +5 (35 42–77). Shetty tied with Daniela Vargas of Shorter College for the lowest score on the front nine.Meghan Guliksen had the second lowest score for West Florida as the freshman shot a +10 (42 40–82). Tara Steakin (42 44–86) and Rachel Christ (40–46 86) ended the day in a tie for 48th place as they each shot a +14. Natalia Espinosa rounds out the participating Argonauts as she ended the day one stroke behind her teammates in a tie for 52nd place with a +15 (44 43–87).West Florida will conclude the slam with the final round of action taking place tomorrow. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

‘Terrible’ offense dooms Syracuse in crushing, 55-51 loss at Georgia Tech

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ ATLANTA — Jim Boeheim took four steps onto the McCamish Pavilion floor, the Syracuse head coach’s face the reddest and most strained it had been on a night full of frustration for him.His center, Paschal Chukwu, had pulled down an offensive rebound with Syracuse trailing by three with about a minute to play and tried to flick it back out to the perimeter. Georgia Tech wing Josh Okogie snatched the ball and thundered down a dunk on the other end that seemed to finally pull the Yellow Jackets away from an Orange team that had dragged them back from the edge of separation all night. Syracuse seemingly could make nothing, could never get a stop when it really needed one and yet still, after all that, it stood within a possession of erasing all its mistakes. Then, the offense squandered that chance, too. “Our offense is terrible,” Boeheim said. “It’s been terrible. There are 15 teams in this league and were 14th. We’re lucky one team (Pittsburgh) is worse than us.”Okogie’s dunk and a turnover by point guard Frank Howard put Syracuse in an impossible hole that Syracuse (15-7, 4-5 Atlantic Coast) never climbed out of in a 55-51 loss to Georgia Tech (11-11, 4-5) on Wednesday night. It was a hole created by an ineffective offense that tied a season-low by shooting 30 percent (15-for-50) and got 10 points from outside its only three scorers in sophomore guard Tyus Battle (19), freshman forward Oshae Brissett (11) and Howard (11). AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThis was a game Syracuse wanted badly because, after racking up three upsets of top-15 ranked teams on its home floor last season, the team still didn’t make the NCAA Tournament, in large part because it only won twice on the road in the ACC. Now, without such signature wins so far, the Orange also only has one road win in conference play and that was against Pittsburgh, the conference’s worst team by a wide margin.Boeheim appeared for his postgame press conference without a tie, the first time that’s happened this season. He appeared sullen and spoke softly, as if drained from the yelling and pacing he’d done on the sidelines all night, where he’d looked as tense as he has all season. Seemingly each timeout, a different Syracuse player found himself on the receiving end of a tongue-lashing from his red-faced coach. After air-balling a 15-foot jumper off an inbounds pass, it was Brissett. After allowing a wide-open corner 3 off another inbound with about a minute-and-a-half to play in the first half, it was Dolezaj. On multiple occasions, it was Chukwu, who got one for the turnover and another for losing the ball because he brought the ball down on a rebound. “It was a bad offensive game,” he said. “When you don’t make shots … ” He trailed off, then continued. “We don’t run set plays to get shots because we can’t make ’em. So, we need something.”Georgia Tech knew Syracuse wouldn’t run set plays, and Yellow Jackets head coach Josh Pastner told his team before the game the Orange loved one-on-ones and isolation plays. “Whenever anyone drove, he was seeing bodies,” said GT wing Josh Okogie, who scored a game-high 20.The offense generally ran like this: One player held the ball, sometimes another player set a ball-screen and the other three moved little. Even when the ball-handler used the pick, the Orange only passed to the rolling player once or twice. The team struggled from the floor — hitting four of its first 19 shots and not improving much as the half wore on — and the Georgia Tech students, in a white-out, let Syracuse know.The GT student section drank in the Orange’s impotence from the field because, last season, Syracuse guard John Gillon air-balled a 3-pointer in the first half at McCamish and the students chanted “Airball!” at him throughout the game. Afterward, an offended Syracuse basketball fan called Pastner to complain about the perceived poor sportsmanship. Then, Pastner put him on blast in the media and said, “This is not intramurals.” So, on Wednesday night, GT Athletics handed out 750 shirts that had: “Air ball!” printed four times on the front.Howard, Battle and Brissett each missed everything at least once throughout the night. Every time each player touched the ball afterward, the GT students let them know about their previous mistake. Battle said he heard the jeers but paid no attention because Syracuse’s defense kept it in the game and he was too busy trying to jumpstart an offense that broke down play after play.“We get caught ball-watching a little bit,” Howard said. “Every one of us. When someone has the ball, we kind of get out the way and expect something to happen. That’s something we all got to fix.”Backup point guard Howard Washington identified a lack of ball and player movement earlier in the season as the main culprit for the Orange’s stagnant offense. The freshman pointed out he thought Syracuse got caught up in running sets and not enough playing basketball. Washington, though, will miss the rest of the season with a right leg injury, Boeheim said Wednesday.Frustration at the stagnant offense, at the missed opportunities at the end of tight games, at a team that seemingly had so much promise coming off a 13-2 nonconference schedule and now has a murky at best outlook at the postseason boiled over in Atlanta.Down five with 3:20 to go, freshman forward Marek Dolezaj had a foul at midcourt that Howard thought was a clean hustle play.“Come on, man!” he screamed. But when he turned to unleash those words, a referee stood directly behind him. Syracuse got hit with its first technical of the season, Howard with the first of his career.“I wasn’t trying to overpower him or anything,” Howard said. “I thought Marek made a great hustle play, a play they made throughout the game, and he happened to be right there.”Boeheim filleted Howard too during the following timeout, but none of it mattered. Not even the 3 Battle hit to bring the Orange back within one possession. Not even when, for its last gasp, the Orange received a gift as GT missed the front end of a one-and-one and Battle got a good look from beyond the arc.He airballed the 3. The Georgia Tech fans’ chants rung out as their right arms chopped toward the court.“Air-ball!” “Air-ball!” “Air-ball!”After the game, Battle assumed all the blame for the offense’s struggles as he has all year. He said, again, he needed to be smarter. He said, again, this team will make offensive adjustments after looking at the film. He said, again, the offense might be fixed if he and Howard made more shots. When Battle departed the locker room for the team bus and into the night with Syracuse’s season outlook at its darkest this year, all he heard were echoes. Comments Published on January 31, 2018 at 10:15 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @Sam4TRlast_img read more

New curling program hits Nelson club

first_imgBy The Nelson Daily SportsCalling all young and energetic curlers.The Capital One Rocks & Rings program is expanding to the Kootenays in an effort to introduce the sport of curling in an off-ice environment to Nelson and area youth.  The Nelson Curling Club enjoys the unique position of being the first club outside the Lower Mainland in British Columbia to acquire the rights to the program.  This new program exposes curling to children and families that would otherwise not receive the opportunity, with the ultimate goal being increased participation in the sport. Using unique floor curling equipment, students experience a high-energy, fun-filled session while learning about the sport in their school’s gymnasium.  With each elementary school visit, the Capital One Rocks & Rings program reaches six to seven classes or approximately 150 to 200 students.   Upon completion, each student receives a graduation certificate and program souvenir.  For further information on this program email [email protected] or visit [email protected]last_img read more