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Gainsborough-Morrison tie-up

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EU must play global role in virus crisis, says Merkel

first_img“Of course I’m aware that the cooperation with America is currently more difficult than we’d like,” Merkel said, pointing to differences with President Donald Trump’s administration on trade, climate change and the importance of international bodies like the World Health Organization. Nevertheless, she said the transatlantic relationship was a “key pillar” of Europe’s foreign policy and security interests that needed to be upheld and strengthened.Germany had initially planned to put relations with China at the center of its six-month EU Council presidency before the pandemic pushed its way to the top of the agenda.The German leader, who is in the twilight of her chancellorship, said it was important for the bloc to maintain “constructive dialogue” with the increasingly assertive Asian giant — seen as both a vital trading partner and a major rival.The European Union has “a great strategic interest” in working with China and “actively shaping” the relationship, Merkel said.The chancellor said she would push for progress on a long-sought investment agreement with Beijing, aimed at leveling the playing field between Chinese and European firms, as well as tackling climate and health issues. Topics : German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday said the European Union should take more global responsibility in the coronavirus crisis, especially as ties with the United States were currently “difficult”.In a speech outlining Germany’s priorities when it takes over the EU’s rotating presidency in July, Merkel said the economic and social upheaval from the pandemic has turned the world upside down.She welcomed the European Commission’s proposed 750 billion euro coronavirus recovery fund for the bloc but said more should be done to help other countries.center_img “Especially in times of crisis I want the European Union to show solidarity on a global level too and take on more responsibility,” she told the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung think tank by video link.”In many places, the pandemic will intensify existing conflicts and problems and will therefore also become a stress test for the European Union.”She called on the bloc to speak up for the values of “democracy, freedom and the protection of human dignity”.Europe could not tackle the world’s problems alone, however, and she said the United States remained Europe’s “most important partner”.last_img read more

BLOG: Organizations Announce Support for Governor Wolf’s Anti-discrimination Executive Orders (ROUND-UP)

first_imgRead more posts about the fight to end LGBT discrimination in Pennsylvania.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf April 11, 2016 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Equality,  Non-discrimination,  Round-Up,  The Blog While continuing to urge the legislature to pass a statewide anti-discrimination bill, Governor Wolf signed two executive orders last Thursday that expand protections from discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender expression or identity. The protections under the executive orders apply to state employees and, for the first time, employees of businesses contracted by the state.“What happened in North Carolina, and what is going on in other states, should be a call to pass non-discrimination legislation in Pennsylvania now,” the governor said. “We must show that Pennsylvania is the place that William Penn envisioned when he founded our commonwealth on the principle that it is open, diverse, and inclusive for all people”Since the signing of the orders, Governor Wolf has received support and praise from a number of organizations who share his goal to have anti-discrimination legislation passed statewide and ensure protection for all Pennsylvanians.Take a look at the statements:ACLU: ACLU of Pennsylvania Applauds Governor Wolf for Expansion of Non-Discrimination Protections“This is an issue of fundamental fairness,” said Reggie Shuford, executive director of the ACLU of Pennsylvania. “To be competitive in a 21st century economy, Pennsylvania workers need to know that they have protection in their place of employment. We are grateful that Governor Wolf has shown leadership on this issue.”Anti-Defamation League: ADL Praises Governor Tom Wolf for Expanding Non-Discrimination Protections for LGBT Pennsylvanians“We offer our heartfelt thanks to Governor Wolf for expanding non-discrimination protections for LGBT Pennsylvanians,” said Nancy K. Baron-Baer, ADL Regional Director.Equality Pennsylvania: Gov. Tom Wolf Issues Historic Orders Impacting LGBT PennsylvaniansTed Martin, Executive Director of Equality PA said this today: “Today is an historic moment as Gov. Wolf signs an executive order that protects all Commonwealth employees and contractors from employment discrimination no matter who they are or who they love.Human Rights Campaign: Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf To Sign LGBT Non-Discrimination Executive Orders“While the governors of North Carolina and Mississippi have signed into law deplorable legislation targeting LGBT people, Governor Wolf is standing up and sending a completely different message – one that tells the world Pennsylvania is a welcoming state that values diversity and human dignity.” [said HRC President Chad Griffin]National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce: NGLCC Applauds Governor Wolf of Pennsylvania For His Two Pro-LGBT Business Executive Orders“We applaud Governor Wolf for these proactive orders that will have dramatic economic impact on his state.  He clearly agrees with NGLCC that an economy only succeeds when its workforce and supply chains are fully inclusive, free from fear and discrimination,” said NGLCC President & Co-Founder Justin Nelson.City of Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney and Philadelphia City Council Joint Statement on Governor Wolf’s Anti-Discrimination Executive OrdersMayor Jim Kenney said: “I am proud to stand with Governor Wolf in his fight to end discrimination against Pennsylvania’s LGBT individuals, families and businesses.”center_img BLOG: Organizations Announce Support for Governor Wolf’s Anti-discrimination Executive Orders (ROUND-UP) By: Eryn Spangler, Press Assistantlast_img read more

Bulldogs Battle Olympians On The Links

first_img——————————————Junior Varsity Scoring for Batesville:Jacob Vogelsang 44Jake Flaspohler 50Brandon Rose 43Submitted by Batesville Coach Ben Siefert. Individual Scoring for Batesville:Dominique Schildknecht 42Alec Giesting 43Henry Luchow 35Ryan Harmeyer 43Thomas Hatcher 43Billy Carroll 51Medalist: Henry Luchow-Batesville Batesville vs Columbus EastCourse: Otter Creek (North Course)Team Scoring:Batesville: 163Columbus East: 150last_img

Car Crashes Into Semi in Osgood Saturday

first_imgThe crash occurred as a car was turning onto Buckeye St. from Olive St. in Osgood. (Image: Provided)OSGOOD – A mother was injured in a two vehicle crash in Osgood over the weekend.Breanna Huntington, 22, was driving a 4-door passenger car onto N. Buckeye St. from Olive St. around 11:40 a.m. Saturday.Michael Miller was traveling north on Buckeye St. in a semi. Police said Huntington pulled out in front of Miller and the semi struck the driver’s side.Huntington was flown to the hospital for treatment of head and leg injuries. She had a 9 month old in the vehicle who wasn’t injured but was taken to Margaret Mary Health for precautionary measures.Miller was no injured in the accident, police said.last_img read more

Eagles Harriers Battle Chargers

first_imgNorth Decatur vs. Jac-Cen-Del Cross Country results at North Branch Golf Course.Boys:  JCD 20, ND 38.Race Winner:  D. Hughes (JCD) 19:31.ND Runners:  3. Daniel Dollinger 20:03, 6. Craig Adams 21:07, 7. Logan Kramer 21:19, 10. Tristan Ingmire 22:42, 12. Andrew Holloway 24:16.Girls:  JCD 19, ND 42.Race winner:  S. Bellingham (JCD) 22:27.ND Runners:  2. Brianna Snider 22:29, 7. Bailey Tomson 26:31, 11. Bobbie Bialk 28:18, 12. Mackenzee Mauer 30:54, 15. Ember Burford 34:41.JCD vs. ND CC (8-29)‘Times weren’t too bad considering that the course, located on the Prairie 9 at the golf course, is pretty hilly and was also very wet today. Lots of standing water.  Jac-Cen-Del has a nice team. We will keep working and continue to strive to improve.’ Chargers Coach Scott Johnson.Next for ND at South Decatur September 7th.Courtesy of Eagles Coach David Bradshaw.last_img read more

Ronaldo committed to Juve

first_img Loading… This season, Ronaldo has scored 28 goals in 28 Serie A games, the first Juventus player in 60 years to score above 25 in a single season. His two penalties against Atalanta on Saturday currently leaves him one goal behind Immobile in the goalscorer standings, as the Lazio forward has bagged 29 goals in 31 games for the Aquile. read also:Police open probe after Ronaldo’s son is filmed riding jet ski alone Ronaldo has scored 32 goals across all competitions this season, which leaves him 19 goals behind Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski, who has scored 11 goals only in the Champions League this term. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Cristiano Ronaldo, who currently aims to overtake Ciro Immobile in the Capocannoniere battle, is reportedly committed to continue at Juventus. Tuttosport writes that Ronaldo will not entertain the rumours of a move to Paris Saint-Germain and aims to set further records with the Bianconeri. The Turin based newspaper claims the Portuguese superstar, who arrived for €117m from Real Madrid in July 2018, is content at the Allianz Stadium and is not looking to move on after the campaign. There are two years left of his current contract with the Old Lady, as his lucrative deal expires in June 2022.Advertisementlast_img read more

Reds seek answers on Sturridge

first_img “I know what I need to do, know where I need have to go and I know where I want to be as well so for me it is important to just continue and look forward to the future.” While he was in America for his last spell Sturridge had brief exchanges with Rodgers but the striker insists he did not feel he required any additional emotional support as he underwent rehabilitation. “He (Rodgers) text messaged me and we would speak now and again but I was just over there getting myself ready,” added Sturridge. “I am mentally strong – I don’t really need to have conversations with anyone.” The England international, who has made just 18 appearances in a season blighted by a number of fitness problems, has flown to America to see Dr Peter Asnis, an orthopaedic surgeon connected to club owners Fenway Sports Group’s other major acquisition the Boston Red Sox, in an attempt to solve his current hip injury. It is the second time this campaign the 25-year-old has visited the States in an attempt to cure his fitness problems having spent a month there in December to undergo rehabilitation for a thigh problem which, combined with a calf injury, sidelined him for five months. “I think we have found some underlying issues that maybe relate to Daniel’s issues and problems this season and the ongoing problems he’s had, so the medical team here, liaising with some of the medics in America, are doing everything we possibly can to give Daniel every opportunity to stay consistently fit and available,” Rodgers said. Asked whether part of Sturridge’s problems were mental, Rodgers added: “I’m not sure. Daniel is like every other player – he wants to play and be available. “It is just unfortunate for him. If you look at his career he’s had little issues along the way but when we brought him here we knew we wanted to give him every chance to be one of the top goalscorers in Europe. “We have to do everything we can to get him on the training field and into the game, hence the reason for looking into the issue.” Last month Sturridge spoke to Press Association Sport about his fitness issues this season. Two of the things he was keen to stress were how psychologically sound he was and how the experience of being sidelined for so long had benefited him in a different way. “Every season you learn something new and this season I have learned you have to be mentally strong and I am mentally strong so I’ve learned a new lesson,” he said. “Next season there will be a new lesson to learn. You are never too old to learn. You can be 35 and still learn something new when you are playing football. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers admits their primary aim is to get striker Daniel Sturridge consistently fit and that is why they have sent him to the United States for further assessment. Press Associationlast_img read more

Climate Ride scheduled for September

first_imgBOSTON — This summer, hundreds of environmental, sustainability, transportation and bicycling advocates will come together from across the country to ride in the inaugural Climate Ride Northeast from Bar Harbor to Boston.Set for Thursday, Sept. 17, through Monday, Sept. 21, the five-day, 320-mile bike-a-thon will take participants along the scenic coast of Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts while raising awareness and funds for sustainability, cycling advocacy, active transportation and environmental causes.Riders have the power to direct funds raised to more than 100 regional and national nonprofits. The event goal is to raise $400,000.Climate Ride Northeast – Bar Harbor to Boston is a fully supported bike-a-thon that provides meals, snacks, bike support, luggage transport and lodging for participants along the route.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textOn the road, the Climate Ride support team assists riders to each day’s final destination. The multi-day event is organized for riders to explore the beauty of the national parks and the outdoors creating a deeper connection to the landscape they are helping to protect.Each night, business, policy, public health and environment experts engage participants in conversations about the latest conservation and sustainability issues.New this year, “Ignite Nights” provides riders with the opportunity to meet and network with representatives from some of the 2015 beneficiaries. Founded in 2008, Climate Ride holds three multi-day charity bike rides and also offers Climate Hikes in Glacier National Park and Bryce-Zion and Independent Challenges annually around the country.Climate Ride was the first adventure travel nonprofit to raise funds for environmental causes and awareness about the importance of bike safety and advocacy, thus making the connection that an increase in active transportation will reduce carbon emissions that plague the environment.A celebration in Boston will follow. All riders must raise a minimum of $2,800 by Sept. 11 in order to participate. Participants can enter the discount code “climateride2015” for $25 off their registration fee. To register to ride or to support a cyclist or team, visit www.climateride.org or call (406) 552-0708.last_img read more

Cricket News India vs West Indies 1st Test, Day 1 Stumps: Shaw’s ton takes India to 364/4

first_imgNew Delhi: The West Indies tour of India began from Thursday (today) as both the side locked horns in the first Test match of the two-match Test series at the Saurashtra Cricket Association stadium in Rajkot. The Rajkot Test will be Windies’ first Test match in India since 2011 and come after a good 2-0 Test series win against ninth-placed Bangladesh. Prithivi Shaw, who made his debut with this Test match smashed century, making him the youngest Indian player to score hundred in the debut Test match. Apart from Shaw, Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli also showcased unmatched performance on the Day 1 of first Test match of the series. Whereas, the No. 1 Test side in India come after a 4-1 Test series defeat in England, but still are the clear favourites to win this match and series. Interestingly, India’s last home Test series defeat to West Indies came in 1983. Since, 1992 both the sides have played 19 Tests between them with India winning 10 matches while one ended in a draw.India and Windies have played each other 94 times before in Test matches and India have won 18, lost 30, drawn 46 with two no results.India vs West Indies 1st Test at Rajkot Highlights: # STUMPS! IND 364/4 at the end of Day 1 with Kohli (72) and Pant (17) out in the middle # OUT! Rahane caught behind by Dowrich, IND 337/4 after 83.3 overs # With the end of 80th over, IND 325/3 with Rahane (39) and Kohli (56) at crease# Virat Kohli hits his 20th fifty, IND 313/3 after 76.3 overs # With just three runs added to the total, IND 297/3 after 72 overs# After 59 Overs, India are 258/3# After 53 Overs, India are 240/3# Ajinkya Rahane the new man in now!# 50.2 Overs: OUT! Prithvi Shaw departs and he cannot believe it. A loose shot to end his brilliant innings as he plays a lazy shot to hand Bishoo his first wicket of the innings. Well played young man! Prithvi Shaw c and b Devendra Bishoo 134(154)# The moment when Prithvi Shaw completed his debut ton!# After 46 Overs, India are 214/2# 42.5 Overs: OUT! Cheteshwar Pujara departs! Maiden Test wicket for Lewis as he looks overwhelmed after breaking this frustrating partnership. A great knock comes to an end! Pujara c Dowrich b Sherman Lewis 86(130) India 209/2# After 42 Overs, India are 208/1, now Pujara also eyeing a ton – playing at 86.# After 36 Overs, India are 189/1# 32.2 Overs: A brilliant debut century by Prithvi Shaw! What a moment for the youngster. The future is bright for him as well as India. Top stuff.# After 30 Overs, India are 166/1# Afer 28 Overs, India are 163/1. Pujara at 66, while Prithvi Shaw is playing at 91. Interesting times!# After 27 Overs, India are 153/1# Play resumes after Lunch, Prithvi Shaw and Cheteshwar Pujara still going strong!# Pujara playing at 56, while Shaw is at 75!# After 25 Overs, India are 133/1# After 21 Overs, India are 104/1# After 19 Overs, India are 92/1# Youngest at the time of maiden Test 50 (India): – 16y 214d S Tendulkar v Pak, Faisalabad, 1989- 18y 301d Parthiv Patel v Aus, SCG, 2004- 18y 329d PRITHVI SHAW v WI, Rajkot, 2018- 19y 215d R Shastri v Eng, Delhi, 1981- 19y 291d D Karthik v Pak, Kolkata, 2005# FIFTY FOR SHAW! Prithvi Shaw brings up his debut half-century in just 56 balls. Some brilliant shots in the build-up!# After 15 Overs, India are 74/1. Some scintillating shots by Prithvi Shaw, so strong on his back foot, nearing his half-century now. # After 12 Overs, India are 56/1# After 8 Overs, India are 35/1# After 7 Overs, India are 27/1, a slight relief after the first over departure.# After 4 Overs, India are 24/1, Prithvi Shaw batting at 22, while Pujara is on 1.# Cheteshwar Pujara is the new man in!# 0.6 Over: OUT! KL Rahul departs for a duck! Gabriel with a peach! 151 km/ph inswinger straight on the pad rolls! Rahul lbw b Gabriel 0(4)# 0.3 Over: Prithvi Shaw with the first runs in International cricket. 3 Runs!# KL Rahul and Prithvi Shaw open for India, Gabriel with the red cherry!# Shermon Lewis makes his debut for Windies!# West Indies (Playing XI): K Brathwaite, K Powell, S Hetmyer, S Hope, R Chase, S Ambris, S Dowrich, K Paul, D Bishoo, S. Lewis, S Gabriel# India (Playing XI): Lokesh Rahul, Prithvi Shaw, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli(c), Ajinkya Rahane, Rishabh Pant(w), Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Shami, Umesh Yadav# Kraigg Brathwaite: I would have had a bat first as well. Using the new ball is the key for us. Got to be aggressive and enjoy the game. Holder is not playing. Lewis to make his debut today. I think the guys are looking forward to this.# Virat Kohli: We are gonna have bat first. Looks a good wicket to bat on. There’s a bit of grass that holds up the surface. It’s very warm and humid here so the best time to bat will be first. We are playing three spinners. Kuldeep is playing and Shardul misses. Umesh and Shami start for us. Shaw is making his debut, it’s a big day for him. We need to focus on our lower order contribution, something we have spoken about. See what Shaw can do at the top.# Kragg Brathwaite confirms that regular skipper Jason Holder misses out!# Virat Kohli wins the toss, elects to bat first# Some visuals from outside the Saurashtra Cricket Association stadium.# Pacer Kemar Roach will miss the first Test owing to a bereavement in his family# Prithvi Shaw receives his Test cap from skipper Virat Kohli! A memorable moment for the youngster For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. # Skipper is back! # Prithvi Shaw to make his debut!Young @PrithviShaw is all set to make his Test debut tomorrow at Rajkot. How well does he time the ball? 🔥🔥👏👌 #TeamIndia #INDvWI pic.twitter.com/5LLvl7GKkQ— BCCI (@BCCI) October 3, 2018last_img read more