Anthony Joshua responds to Deontay Wilder’s outburst to Tyson Fury | Boxing News

first_img Wilder’s reign was conclusively ended by Fury Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn sarcastically reacted: “I thought AJ ducked you?”Now Joshua has exclusively told Sky Sports News about Wilder’s words: “It makes the ultimate sense.- Advertisement – Anthony Joshua has reacted to Deontay Wilder’s statement Deontay Wilder broke his silence towards Tyson Fury Deontay Wilder broke his silence towards Tyson Fury

Avian flu reported again in Indonesia

first_imgMar 3, 2005 (CIDRAP News) – More than 12,000 chickens and quail have died in the past 2 months in an outbreak of avian influenza on the Indonesian island of Java, according to an Associated Press (AP) report published today.The viruses involved are H5N1 and H7N1, said an Indonesian official who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity. Avian flu killed about 1.6 million chickens in the same region in West Java province last year, the official said.H5N1 avian flu has occurred in at least eight Asian countries since late 2003 and has caused 66 human illness cases, 46 of them fatal. No human cases have been reported in Indonesia, the AP report said.Although the official told the AP that Indonesia has been dealing with the outbreak for 2 months, the country’s most recent report on avian flu to the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) was filed in October 2004.Meanwhile, Vietnam has reported that its poultry outbreaks are subsiding. More than 1.5 million birds have been culled in Vietnam since January. However, 14 of 35 affected areas have detected no new outbreaks for at least 3 weeks, China’s Xinhua news agency reported today, citing Vietnam’s Department of Animal Health.Avian flu has continued to spread in Ben Tre, Long An, and Dong Thap provinces, according to a Vietnam News Service report yesterday.Thailand’s most recent report to OIE indicated the country still has sporadic outbreaks, with fewer than 200 chickens and ducks fatally infected or culled in the week that ended Feb 24.last_img read more

Office From feast to famine

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This acreage property comes with the ultimate storage shed

first_img24 Aurora Drive, Black River“The house was built in 1992, which shows how long this suburb has been around,” she said.“The home has plenty of scope to make it your own while the shed will appeal to a lot of blokes.“To get all that on acreage for such a bargain price is pretty amazing (and) it’s in a suburb that’s becoming increasingly popular with families as Black River now has better access to good schools and it’s also close to town.” 24 Aurora Drive, Black River 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 2020There’s also a four-bedroom block home, with open-plan living and two-way bathroom, all on a fully fenced block.Best of all, the property is listed for a bargain $280,000, allowing you to spend less money on mortgage repayments and more on the things that matter. Located just 22km from the Townsville CBD, Black River is the ultimate acreage escape says listing agent, Allison Gough from Explore Property. DO you love the outdoors but don’t have enough room to house your toys? Then this 4000sq m property at 24 Aurora Drive, Black River, may just be the answer to your storage nightmare.Featuring a 12x6m work shed suitable for large vehicle storage or as a home workshop, there’s plenty of space to create the ultimate man cave or she shed.last_img read more

Be part of Townsille’s most futuristic house

first_imgDarren Finlay from Finlay Homes with his low-energy Tv in one of his display homes.EXPRESSIONS of interest to be involved in helping create Townsville’s most futuristic house are about to close as the project nears construction.The Innovation Home Project will be built by Finlay Homes and will form part of North Shore’s newest display village to showcase innovation and sustainable living.The project is in the design phase and expressions of interest to be a supplier will close by the end of the month.Stockland North Shore project director Andrew Astorquia said more than 30 local and national suppliers had already signed up to be part of the project. Finlay Homes’ innovation house.“This is a really exciting project as it incorporates cutting-edge design and technology products that are available now,” he said.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“We are working with everyone from James Cook University researchers who are using plastic cuts from old nappies to create sustainable concrete, manufacturers of airconditioning systems that completely eliminate mould to electric vehicle charging, and more. “But what is more important is that much of the product and building materials that we incorporate are affordable for people to adapt to their own homes – and it helps them understand how to future proof their biggest investments.”Darren Finlay from Finlay Homes created the Innovation House concept and said the project could be the first of its kind. “This Innovation Home Project is increasing its scope to touch on all of facets of sustainability including, design, water, energy, products, healthy house and technology,” he said. “This could only be done with the support of the developer Stockland and is probably the first of its kind to this degree.”Project co-ordinator Rowan Blizzard said thousands of hours of research into best-practice design had been invested by product suppliers to help create what will be the future of home building in the tropics. “Bunnings, Reece and many more local suppliers have put their hands up to be part of this exciting project,” Mr Blizzard said.“Over 10,000 people are expected to visit the house once constructed so it is a fantastic opportunity to showcase the best and most innovative products on the market.“We encourage anyone who is developing sustainable and innovative products to contact us to be part of this project.” Suppliers interested in being part of the Innovation Home Project can call Rowan Blizzard on 0412 997 754 or email read more

Green energy transition: vital role of the oil & gas industry in achieving net-zero by 2050

first_imgThe following article is a guest post by Myles Mantle, a partner specialising in project development and finance at Haynes and Boone, an international commercial law firm, and Shu Shu Wong, an associate at Haynes and Boone.The article examines the UK’s efforts towards reaching net-zero by 2050 and the role of the oil and gas sector in the energy transition. Premium content Premium Log in Register Premium content Premium content You are currently not logged into your account. Register and get a two week trial. You need javascript to validate your login status. You are currently not logged in to a MyNavingo account. Your current account does not have access to this premium item. Please upgrade your membership to access this content. Go to the shoplast_img read more

Versailles man found guilty of several drug related crimes

first_imgVersailles, IN—Friday,  Gabriel “Eddie” Seitz, 29-years-old, of Versailles, IN, was found guilty as charged of Possession of Methamphetamine, Unlawful Possession of a Syringe, Possession of Marijuana, a Class B Misdemeanor, and Possession of Paraphernalia, a Class C Misdemeanor following a three-day jury trial in Ripley County Superior Court.  Seitz will be sentenced on December 3, 2019, by Judge Jeffrey Sharp with a range of imprisonment from 1 year to 5 3/4 years total for all charges.  Seitz’s charges stem from law enforcement’s discovery of nearly five grams of crystal methamphetamine in a truck bed Seitz was standing next to and a syringe located in a bag belonging to Seitz at a residence located in Versailles. According to Prosecutor Ric Hertel, at trial, the State called officers from the Indiana State Police and Versailles Police Department as witnesses.  The officers explained that they arrived at a residence just south of Pangburn Park in Versailles, IN in an attempt to locate a wanted individual.  While surveilling the residence in question, the officers observed numerous individuals entering and exiting the converted garage area of the residence.  After obtaining a search warrant, the officers entered the residence where methamphetamine, heroin, numerous controlled substances, syringes, and drug paraphernalia were located.  Also located in the garage area was a suitcase belonging to Seitz that contained a syringe and a spoon that had been used to assist in the injection of methamphetamine. The officers further testified that while they were at the house, a truck pulled into the driveway where Seitz was the passenger.  When officers exited the house and detained Seitz, he was standing next to the truck bed of the truck.  After a search of the truck, officers located nearly five grams of methamphetamine in the truck bed. The State also called two forensic scientists from the Indiana State Police Laboratory to discuss the forensic evidence located in the case.  The first scientist was able to confirm that the substance located by the officers was methamphetamine.  The second scientist testified that she discovered Seitz’s DNA on the bag of methamphetamine located in the truck bed.    At trial, the State of Indiana was represented by Chief Deputy Prosecutor Shane A. Tucker.  Tucker wanted to compliment the Indiana State Police and their laboratory for their dedication to this case and their thorough investigation.  Further, Tucker wanted to thank the jury for their attentiveness to the evidence throughout this trial.  Regarding the case, Prosecutor Ric Hertel stated, “Drugs continue to be a significant issue that affects nearly every facet of our community.  My office will continue to address our county’s drug problem head-on.  We’re encouraged with the jury’s finding of guilt on all counts.”last_img read more

Syracuse field hockey team dominates Monmouth in season opener

first_imgFor the second season in a row, the Syracuse field hockey team started with a victory over the Monmouth Mudhawks, marking a perfect 6-0 in openers for head coach Ange Bradley.A total of five Orange players scored goals in an 8-1 victory Friday in West Long Branch, N.J.Forward Kelsey Millman and midfielders Liz McInerney and Stephanie Hussey scored two goals each to power the SU attack. Lauren Brooks and Emma Russell also notched goals.Russell struck first for her first career goal. The Orange ended the first half with a 4-0 lead after Brooks found the back of the net at 17:29 and Millman scored back-to-back goals.The game ended with a goal from Michelle Pieczynski of the Hawks with just 2:47 to go.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSU will play Ohio in its home opener on Sunday at 1 p.m.—Compiled by Adelyn Biedenbach, contributing writer, Comments Published on August 24, 2012 at 6:08 pm Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Syracuse men’s basketball roundtable: Everything to know before the ACC tournament

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (19-12, 8-10 Atlantic Coast) plays a rubber match with Wake Forest (11-19, 4-14) on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Barclays Center in the first round of the ACC tournament. Syracuse has historically struggled in Brooklyn, but will need to exorcise its demons and likely go on a mini run if it hopes to make the NCAA Tournament.Our beat writers take on three questions surrounding the Orange ahead of the conference tournament.Syracuse split with Wake Forest during the regular season. What does Syracuse need to do to fend off a pesky Demon Deacons team?Matthew Gutierrez: First, overcome whatever sort of ghosts lie under the Barclays Center floor that have doomed Syracuse, because SU has lost four in a row at that place. Fellow beat writer Tomer Langer, a native of the area, may know the answer.Aside from that, all the Orange really has to do is stick to its identity, which was on full display Saturday in its first win against a ranked opponent this season, as junior point guard Frank Howard pointed out. That’s strong defense — remember WFU’s six-straight 3-pointers? — and reliance on the big three scorers.Any contributions Marek Dolezaj can bring, and any sort of job players can do to minimize turnovers, are plusses. It’s not necessary a formula to beat quality teams, but it’s a way to scrape by.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSam Fortier: Erase Bryant Crawford. Wake Forest goes as their do-it-all guard does, and if Syracuse’s defense prevents him from draining three corner 3s down the stretch — as he did in WFU’s Jan. 3 win — than the Orange should be fine. He greases the wheels, assisting on nearly one-third of his team’s buckets, per, and is a serviceable shooter from all over the floor.SU’s thin frontcourt should be worrisome against 7-foot-1, 280-pound big man Doral Moore, but as long as the Orange keeps him off the boards they should be OK. So, OK, there’s a lot to do to beat Wake Forest in a venue it’s faced some mighty struggles in, but Syracuse should — should — be able to do it.Tomer Langer: Contain Doral Moore on the inside and hope he doesn’t get the ball too much. Moore is fairly athletic and posed some issues for the sometimes slow-footed Paschal Chukwu on the inside the last time these two teams matched up. SU head coach Jim Boeheim said after the Boston College loss last week that Chukwu is playing on sore knees. And while Syracuse’s center did have a nice double-block sequence against Clemson on Saturday, there were multiple times the Tigers got easy buckets on the inside.A lot of the focus will be on Wake Forest’s 3-point shooting after the Demon Deacons hung around in Syracuse back in mid-February by raining from deep. But if SU stretches the zone too far out, Moore can cause matchup issues in an area in which the Orange is depleted.With games on consecutive days throughout the ACC Tournament, will SU’s short bench play a factor?M.G.: You’d like to think so. But because Syracuse didn’t play a preseason tournament against formidable opponents, we don’t really know the answer. Syracuse had little rest between its home loss to No. 1 Virginia and its impressive win at Louisville, so it’s possible that SU can play when tested on short rest. Where it would get murky is if SU must play three or four in a row. Syracuse played three games in five days back in November, but that was in the Carrier Dome versus, you know, teams that visit the Carrier Dome in November.S.F.: Yes. Jim Boeheim’s strategy, which to his credit has seemed to work this season, is that media timeouts provide players adequate rest to get through a game without fatigued legs dooming his team at the end. That works for single games. Now, the ACC tournament schedule foists an untenable workload on Syracuse players who have shouldered heavy burdens this season already, timeouts be damned.Playing nearly 40 minutes a night is tiring, freshman forward Oshae Brissett admitted Saturday, but he hits the ice baths hard in between games to get himself right in the approximately two- to four-day rests he usually has. But there’s none of that now. While a short bench doesn’t guarantee a loss or anything that drastic, it’s going to impact this team and tire them out more than normal.T.L.: Conceivably, yes. I just think it’s a bit overstated how much. SU’s short bench has played a factor all year, even when there’s been rest in between the games, because if guys aren’t on their game, Boeheim has no one else to put in. And, for any team, it would be hard to have to play on the first day and win five-straight games to secure the ACC Tournament crown.But the Orange is used to its playing style, and I don’t think the back-to-back days element will be too different than it is for other teams, because teams tend to ride their star players and shorten the bench in important games, anyway.How many games does Syracuse need to win to make the NCAA Tournament?M.G.: The magic number here might be three. Two wins would probably be attractive in the eyes of the Selection Committee, but that still puts Syracuse in cloudy bubble territory, I think, while three wins this week in Brooklyn punches Syracuse’s ticket to the Big Dance. Three wins would prove that Syracuse can play away from home consistently, beat one or two quadrant one teams, and withstand the rigors of one of the toughest conference tournaments in college hoops.That, of course, means big games from the big three every night and a fourth scorer in Dolezaj. Without the latter, the NIT may be Syracuse’s final destination.S.F.: Two. If Syracuse beats Wake Forest, that impresses no one. But beating a well-rested, top-10 team on the second night of a back-to-back? That would automatically replace Clemson as the Orange’s marquee win of the season and get some double takes from the Selection Committee.No matter what, this won’t be an anxiety-free process. Syracuse fans should intently watch other bubble teams like UCLA, Marquette, Alabama, Baylor, Oklahoma State and, yes, Mike Hopkins-led Washington. Two wins won’t inspire the most confidence, but it’ll get the Orange into the NCAA Tournament in the same way an action hero always slides underneath a heavy, descending door just in time.T.L.: Can I say 2.5? It’s definitely more than one and it really depends on what other bubble teams do as well. Sam is right in saying that if SU beats Wake Forest and then goes on to beat UNC, it would be the marquee win of the season. That being said, picking up really your only marquee win of the season in March might not be enough to sway a committee that looks at a team’s body of work and doesn’t put as much stock into recency. Two wins would give the Orange a jolt, and I think three wins would assure a spot. Comments Published on March 5, 2018 at 10:08 pmlast_img read more

Sweeney makes presence felt in Australia

first_imgBallyporeen’s Conor Sweeney has made his presence felt in the opening International Rules game down under.It’s advantage Australia after the first of two tests against Ireland.The hosts will take a 10-point lead into the second game in Perth next Saturday after getting a 63-53 victory in Adelaide this morning. Monaghan’s Conor McManus led the scoring for Ireland with 25 with Michael Murphy of Donegal adding 20.Tipperary’s Conor Sweeney added 3 points – thanks to one over.last_img