Andrew Strauss emotional after England obliterate Oz to reach World Cup final

first_imgBirmingham: Former England director of cricket Andrew Strauss was overcome with emotion after the team he helped build “obliterated” Australia to reach the World Cup final on Thursday. England booked their first World Cup final appearance for 27 years with an eight-wicket rout of holders Australia at Edgbaston. Eoin Morgan’s side will face New Zealand at Lord’s on Sunday as they bid to win the World Cup for the first time. It was a big moment for former England captain Strauss, who was drafted into the newly-created role at the England and Wales Cricket Board after the team’s dismal World Cup flop four years ago. Also Read – Dhoni, Paes spotted playing football togetherStrauss was the man behind the appointment of England head coach Trevor Bayliss and urged the ECB to place more emphasis on white-ball cricket during his tenure, which has seen them rise to the top of the one-day international team rankings. He stepped down from the position in October 2018 to spend more time with his family after his wife was diagnosed with lung cancer. “That was England’s best performance of the World Cup,” Strauss told broadcaster Sky Sports. Also Read – Andy Murray to make Grand Slam return at Australian Open”England absolutely obliterated Australia with bat and ball. The way (Chris) Woakes and (Jofra) Archer set the tone was fantastic. “And with the bat, I mean it was just outstanding batting from (Jason) Roy in particular. Now is not the time to talk about the Ashes but the way he lined up (Mitchell) Starc, I thought he was fantastic. “It was the ultimate performance. England will go into that final with just incredible spirits, huge confidence and they will be confident they can put New Zealand away as well. “I was getting quite emotional watching that today. All I ask from this England team is to play the same way on Sunday.” Meanwhile, Australia legend Shane Warne admitted England were deserved winners and backed the hosts to take the title. “Disappointing from a Australian point of view, but they were outplayed by England from the word go,” Warne said. “England showed their class, I thought Eoin Morgan was world class. He manipulated his bowlers well, he could have easily backed off but he didn’t. “He brought Archer back earlier to go for it and (Adil) Rashid was the real ace for Morgan today.last_img read more

Get out of the way

first_imgLos Angeles: Veteran actor Pierce Brosnan concurs with idea of a female actor taking over the role of famed fictional British spy James Bond, calling the prospect “exciting”. There is a raging debate about who would succeed Daniel Craig, the current Bond star, after he leaves the franchise post the release of Cary Fukunaga’s No Time to Die. A strong case has been made by many who want to see a woman actor taking over the mantle. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Brosnan, who has four Bond films to his credit, was asked whether he would like to see a gender-flipped 007 spy. Also Read – I have personal ambitions now: Priyanka”Yes! I think we’ve watched the guys do it for the last 40 years, get out of the way, guys, and put a woman up there. I think it would be exhilarating, it would be exciting, the 66-year-old actor said. He, however, doubts whether the franchise’s producers – Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson — would be willing for a gender change to the character. “I don’t think that’s going to happen with the Broccolis. I don’t think that is going to happen under their watch,” Brosnan said.last_img read more

Wonder treatment on front line of UN battle against acute malnutrition

Procured by the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and used in feeding programmes by implementing partners in the camps, these so-called ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTFs) are the first line of defence in saving these youngsters, combining peanut-based paste with sugar, vegetable fat and skimmed milk powder and enriched with vitamins and minerals. “This really is the only hope for some of these children,” UNICEF emergency nutrition specialist Erin Boyd told the UN News Centre today. “Depending on the severity of their condition, the recovery can be impressive with a rebound to a normal status within six to eight weeks.”RUTFs have the added benefit that the children do not have to be hospitalized for the duration of the treatment, but can be treated in the family setting. “Children with a good appetite and no medical complications will be able to go home and return to feeding programmes each week and receive more RUTF according to their weight and progress,” Ms. Boyd said.But it is not only in sudden-onset crises such as the current Somali refugee influx that RUTFs are life-saving. Children in countries where acute malnutrition is rife, are being treated outside hospitals in their own communities, not by doctors but by health workers and eventually caretakers at home.In the past, when the children were treated at specialized centres, “we were only able to reach maybe 10 per cent of all the children who were affected,” UNICEF Senior Adviser on Micronutrients Arnold Timmer said. “Nowadays we have examples where are able to reach 70 per cent and even more.“Ready to use therapeutic food is a life-saver for children who are at risk of dying, at serious risk of dying. It contains all the nutrients and all the vitamins and minerals that the child needs and if this child takes these products it will almost certainly recover.” There are several manufacturers of RUTF including the French company Nutriset, manufacturer of Plumpy’Nut; Compact, manufacturer of EezeePaste; and several other providers, including Hilina manufacturer in Ethiopia. Since early 2000 there has been a vast improvement in the outlook for acutely malnourished youngsters. “Because of the way it has been introduced in health services and in the community we see that more children are reached at a much earlier stage of their condition,” Mr. Timmer said, noting that mothers are now recognizing the symptoms of acute malnutrition much earlier and children can be treated much earlier, giving them a much higher chance of survival.“Because of this we are able to reach many more children than traditionally when this was hospital-based. Because then, the children had to be identified, they had to be referred to those hospitals or those facility-based treatments, and mothers have to go with the child, stay there, they cannot take care of the other children at home.”That meant that there was often a high default rate as children dropped out of the programme, left hospitals and went home with their mothers to no treatment at all.In the Ethiopian famine of 1992, when RUTFs did not exist, many more children died. “Easily five per cent of the children under treatment (with therapeutic milk without the added vitamins and minerals) would not make it because of the severe condition they were in. Today, the death rate can be as low as one per cent,” Mr. Timmer said.Back on the front lines of the current crisis, UNICEF said today that it was working with local authorities to set up a therapeutic feeding centre in the Kenyan border town of Liboi to ensure that Somali families have access to life-saving health and nutrition services as quickly as possible.“Many Somali families who cross into Kenya at Liboi do not realize they must walk another 100 kilometres before arriving at the refugee camps in Dadaab,” UNICEF Kenya Representative Olivia Yambi said. “The health of some malnourished children crossing at Liboi is so precarious that they simply cannot wait until they get to Dadaab for treatment.”Earlier this week, the UN declared a famine in three more areas in drought-ravaged Somalia, bringing to five the number of regions in the Horn of Africa country where acute malnutrition and starvation have already claimed the lives of tens of thousands of people.In the Dadaab complex of refugee camps in Kenya, whose mainly Somali population has swelled to nearly 380,000 in recent months, including 40,000 arrivals last month alone, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has reported alarmingly high rates of acute malnutrition.Another UNHCR-supported camp complex deep in the Ogaden desert in eastern Ethiopia’s Dollo Ado district, one of the remotest regions in Africa, is already sheltering more than 118,000 Somali refugees and more are pouring in daily, with work under way to provide refuge for 40,000 more people.As Mr. Timmer put it on the 15th anniversary of the introduction of RUTFs into the arsenal of weapons to fight acute, life-threatening malnutrition: “It is a revolution. We have to see it as a revolution… and it’s also really quite tasty.” 5 August 2011As thousands of desperately malnourished children from famine-wracked Somalia pour into United Nations refugee camps in Kenya and Ethiopia, small sachets of a peanut-based paste are often all that stands between them and almost certain death. read more

St Catharines job losses

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BC finance minister resoles old shoes to unveil new budget during tough

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email B.C. finance minister resoles old shoes to unveil new budget during tough times VICTORIA – Finance Minister Mike de Jong says he’ll wear resoled shoes as he unveils Tuesday’s budget to signal British Columbia’s solid financial strength despite some wear and tear.De Jong says he will table a balanced budget, but warns British Columbians not to expect huge spending initiatives or major tax breaks.Like his old but renewed shoes, de Jong says the budget holds the line on government spending during tough economic times.While getting his shoes resolved, De Jong also had new holes punched into one of his belts to symbolize what he says is ongoing belt tightening by the Liberal government.De Jong says the budget will lay out a three-year fiscal plan that forecasts modest surpluses in each of the three years.Late last year, the Finance Ministry forecast the budget surplus at $165 million. by The Canadian Press Posted Feb 17, 2014 11:21 am MDT read more

Brock cohosts seminar on CanadaUS relations

Brock is partnering with the University at Buffalo (UB) this week to co-host a Binational Executive Seminar on Canada-U.S. Relations.The seminar is an intensive five-day symposium for legislative and political staff members from federal and state/provincial governments in Canada and the U.S. It aims to enhance their understanding of their counterparts across the border.Key themes to be discussed include:the diplomatic history of the binational relationshipthe different institutional and political contexts of each countrydefense co-operationvarious other cross-border issuesProgramming happens at UB on Monday and Tuesday (June 13 and 14), at the Rainbow Bridge Promenade in Niagara Falls, Ont. on Wednesday (June 15), at Brock on Thursday (June 16), and at the Buffalo-Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority Boardroom, Fort Erie, on Friday (June 17).The seminar features leading commentators on Canadian-American relations. This includes Nik Nanos, CEO of Nanos Research; Scotty Greenwood, former Chair of the Canadian-American Business Council, and Kelly Johnston, current Chair of the Council.Attendees will also hear from former U.S. Ambassador to Canada and Governor of Michigan, James Blanchard, and former Canadian Minister of International Trade, James Peterson.Seminar sessions are not open to the public. read more

Seagate to stop producing 7200rpm 25inch hard drives

first_imgIt used to be the case that performance storage meant buying a reliable 7200rpm, or even a 10000rpm hard drive. But with the price of SSDs falling, and the clear performance gains they offer, that’s no longer true. Inevitably this is going to have an impact on the production of hard drives, and Seagate looks to be the first company reacting to a declining market.Before the end of 2013, Seagate will cease production of 7200rpm 2.5-inch hard drives. Such drives are typically used in high-end and performance laptops, but increasingly vendors are choosing to use an SSD or hybrid drive in their place due to the performance and power saving gains.Seagate will continue production of the slower 5400rpm 2.5-inch hard drives, but the company currently doesn’t have a consumer SSD line. Instead, Seagate is going to rely on its Momentus XT range of solid state hybrid drives (SSHD), of which there are currently only two models — a 500GB and 750GB option. It seems likely that range will expand for next year, and surely an SSD line will be introduced if Seagate intends to remain competitive?SSDs still come with a price premium. For example, you’ll typically pay around $170 for a 240GB SSD and upwards of $300 for a 500GB model, whereas a Seagate Momentus 750GB 7200rpm drive is only $80. You can even pick up a 5400rpm 1TB mobile hard drive for around the same price. SSD prices will continue to fall, though, and the benefits to the user are clear.It’s unlikely Seagate’s 7200rpm mobile drives will disappear anytime soon. Production continues for now, and the pricing is such that they are still a tempting proposition for some manufacturers and consumers building nettops or upgrading their laptop hard drives on a budget.last_img read more

Gardaí arrest hitman who travelled to Ireland to target Hutch gang members

first_img 38,254 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Gardaí arrest ‘hitman’ who travelled to Ireland to target Hutch gang members Three men were arrested this morning. 44 Comments Short URL Tuesday 4 Apr 2017, 6:50 PM http://jrnl.ie/3324125 GARDAÍ HAVE ARRESTED an Eastern European man they suspect arrived in Ireland to carry out a gangland murder.The man was detained alongside two Irish men after members of the Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau raided a premises in the Huntstown area of west Dublin this morning.Two Irishmen were also arrested in the raid; one for possession of €5,000 worth of cocaine and the other on conspiracy to commit murder.Sources have told TheJournal.ie that the arrested man is suspected of being an assassin for hire and that one avenue of investigation is that he was hired by the Kinahan cartel to target a number of Hutch gang members.A garda spokesman said: “As part of an operation targeting organised crime Gardaí have arrested three men.“Gardaí from the Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau supported by members of the Special Crime Task Force, Emergency Response Unit and Armed Support Unit carried out a planned search of a premises in west Dublin this morning shortly before 11am.center_img Image: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ie Two of the men arrested, both late 50s, are currently detained under Section 50 of the Criminal Justice Act, 2007.The third man, early 30s, was arrested following the discovery of cocaine with an estimated value of €5,000, pending analysis. He is detained under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act, 1984.Read: Hutch family asked for travel plans as gardaí receive intel on potential attack > Image: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ie Apr 4th 2017, 6:50 PM Share32 Tweet Email1 By Garreth MacNameelast_img read more

Lobster Season closes midnight

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, March 31, 2017 – Providenciales – Lobster Season closes at Midnight here in the Turks and Caicos and that includes even stock piling the seafood delicacy.  We can legally fish, sell and eat lobster again in August. #MagneticMediaNews#LobsterSeasonclosed Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#LobsterSeasonclosed, #magneticmedianewslast_img

Heartbroken Ileana DCruz shares sad posts after breaking up with boyfriend Andrew

first_imgIleana D’Cruz and Andrew KneeboneinstagramIleana D’Cruz has always been private about her personal life. She had said that she doesn’t like to talk about it too much but it’s pretty much there for the world to see. The actress had been away from the showbiz for a while now and has been mostly in the news about her relationship with her long-time photographer boyfriend Andrew Kneebone. While everything was hunky-dory between the loving couple, it looks like troubles have now made home in their paradise.It has been learnt that Ileana and Andrew have broken up and apparently unfollowed each other on Instagram and deleted their photos. The Raid actress even posted sad and emotional messages on her Instagram stories to express her sad state. “You don’t really realize how heavy the weight is until you finally put it down,” Ileana posted an emotional quote on Instagram.In another post, Ileana shared a quote which clearly explained how she was left heartbroken after breaking up with her long-time boyfriend.”Ask yourself, are you ready to let go of the energy you have absorbed from other people that has hurt you. The thoughts, emotions, feelings, psychic information that did not belong to you, that prevented you from being clear about who you are,” Ileana posted.Take a look. Ileana D’CruzInstagram Ileana D’CruzInstagramlast_img read more

African Diaspora Film Fest Shines Light on Colonialism

first_imgThe African Diaspora International Film Festival held Washington, D.C. from Aug. 19-21, uses films about people of color all over the world to educate, destroy stereotypes and end attitudes that support racial injustice, according to its cofounder.“The Black experience outside of the U.S. is also linked to the same kind of tragedy that African-American people experience and that will help create more communication and connection,” said Diarah N’Daw-Spech. She resides in France.The traveling festival started in 1993 and is marking its 10th year in Washington, D.C., before heading to Paris next month.All the movies are shown at George Washington University’s Marvin Center, 800 21st St NW.  Tickets can be purchased on eventbrite or at http://tinyurl.com/jpvdrm2.The lineup for the films on Aug. 21, include:10 a.m.: “White Lies” is about a Maori servant hiding a damaging secret about her wealthy boss. It’s followed by “White Like the Moon,” which focuses on colorism in the Mexican-American community.12:20 p.m.: “Inland & Sexy Money” documents the true story of the fallout a 15-year-old girl suffers once her Nigerian stepfather is arrested for selling drugs.2:10 p.m.: “The Man Who Mends Women” centers on Dr. Denis Mukwege, who helped thousands of women raped during 20 years of conflicts in the east Democratic Republic of the Congo. But he’s faced criticism and death threats for his work. A question and answer session follows the movie.5 p.m.: “Stand Down Soldier” centers on a  Black female sergeant returning from combat in the Middle East and the struggles she and fellow combatants face. 7:30 p.m. “Oggun: an Eternal Presence” tells the mythology of Oggun, a Cuban warrior who fell in love with his mother and fled to the mountains as punishment. It will be followed by “Yemanja: Wisdom from the Heart of Brazil.” The Brazilian documentary sheds light on African culture in Bahia that’s rooted in slavery. A question and answer session will take place after this film.The AFRO is broadcasting segments of the event via Facebook Live. To see the broadcast, visit facebook.com/AfroAmericanNews.last_img read more

Will Googles Chromecast Revolutionize Your Living Room and Conference Room

first_img 3 min read Google wants you to be able to stream video, pictures and other content online from any device straight to your TV. The tech giant held a press conference today to announce, among other things, the release of its new Chromecast device. A small dongle that plugs into a TV’s HDMI port, Chromecast is a strong play by Google to insert itself even more thoroughly into your living room, with wide-reaching potential applications in business settings as well.The Chromecast device is essentially an app-driven gadget that lets users watch content from any number of devices on their TV. Much like the Apple TV or Roku, it allows users to connect to streaming services such as YouTube and Netflix using their smartphone, tablet or laptop like a remote control to watch that content on their TV. Unlike Apple Airplay and Apple TV, however, Chromecast will work with all sorts of mobile devices, so even if you’re a platform-divided family, everyone can play.While Chromecast communicates with the user’s mobile device, it actually pulls the content itself from the cloud, leaving the smartphone free for other tasks. So even if you decide to watch a YouTube video, you can leave it running on the TV and tweet about it to your friends at the same time. Chromecast will also sync between all devices with the app. When you pause a show, you can pick up exactly where you left off — even from another device.The Chromecast’s versatility in an office setting has many businesses taking notice as well. The possibilities for in-office presentations are obvious, but there are other applications as well. One might use Chromecast to take a demo to a customer, and play it on their TV without a mess of wires or worrying about compatibility. While it’s just a beta feature to start, Chromecast also includes screen-mirroring capabilities for anything that’s on your Chrome browser, allowing easy demonstrations and training, for example.The $35 price, which includes three months of Netflix might be a challenging shot across the bow to Apple and the other companies in the streaming video and music market. Roku streaming players start at $49.99, and an Apple TV will set you back $99; Google stays well south of those numbers with the Chromecast. Of course, you’ll need Wi-Fi and a TV with HDMI inputs to use Chromecast, but that includes pretty much every TV manufactured in the last 10 years. And the fact that it works with almost any Wi-Fi-enabled smartphone, tablet or PC means it might be the last streaming video device you need to buy.Related: Google Releases New Maps App for Smartphones and Tablets July 24, 2013 Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Register Now »last_img read more

Spend the night at the San Francisco Dungeon

first_imgSource = Booking.com Spend the night at the San Francisco DungeonSpend the night at the San Francisco DungeonThis October, The San Francisco Dungeon and Booking.com are offering the ultimate Halloween sleepover experience. Brave souls can book a private one-night stay in the popular underground attraction on Monday, Oct. 30 or Tuesday, Oct. 31. Accommodations include an overnight stay in the chilling “Ghosts of Alcatraz Suite.” The price? $666 per night for up to four people. Reservations will be accepted starting Friday, Oct. 13 at 10:13 a.m. EST at Booking.com and are available on a first come, first serve basis.The San Francisco Dungeon, located on Fisherman’s Wharf, offers a unique journey through the Bay Area’s hysterically horrible past. And on Oct. 30 and Oct. 31, after the lights go down on the daily interactive shows, a few (un)lucky guests can slumber amongst the chilling darkness and haunting walls of the attraction’s authentically reproduced Alcatraz jail cell.The exclusive sleepover amenities include:A one-night stay at the San Francisco Dungeon for up to four people.Four twin-sized prison beds in the “Ghosts of Alcatraz Suite” jail cell.Dungeon issued PJs and midnight snacks.A spooky bedtime story from a Dungeon resident before being tucked-in for a not-so-comfortable night’s sleep.VIP entry for each guest to the final San Francisco Dungeon show of the evening on the night of their stay.For those who survive the night, breakfast in their cell bed will be provided along with a swag bag of Dungeon goodies including one Merlin Annual pass per guest (valued at $279 each), which provides access to more than 30 U.S. attractions.Sure to be a thrill of a lifetime, this frighteningly fun slumber party is only available via Booking.com, the global leader in connecting travelers with the widest choice of incredible places to stay.“Booking.com makes it a priority to find the most unique accommodations and there is no place quite as thrilling as an underground dungeon in San Francisco,” said Todd Dunlap, Managing Director, Americas at Booking.com.  “The San Francisco Dungeon is the ideal destination to visit this Halloween and we are excited to offer daring guests an exclusive opportunity to spend the night in a chilling prison cell.”This first-ever sleepover at The San Francisco Dungeon is a pinnacle programming element of the attraction’s dynamic Halloween season activity. Beginning Friday, Oct. 13, the attraction is doubling down on the thrills by incorporating humanity’s most chilling superstitions into its dark and amusing storylines. As guests make their way through the city’s hysterically horrible history, they will be confronted by broken mirrors, open umbrellas, shadows of lurking black cats and ominous tokens of bad luck. The 60-minute journey of interactive storytelling and superstitions will be the Bay Area’s ultimate Halloween season destination.Halloween scheduling and ticket information at The San Francisco Dungeon can be found herelast_img read more

The second key stage in the construction of Le Commandant Charcot

first_imgThe second key stage in the construction of Le Commandant CharcotThe second key stage in the construction of Le Commandant CharcotThe keel of Le Commandant Charcot was laid at the Vard shipyard in Tulcea, Romania, on 14 December 2018.  This hybrid electric polar exploration vessel propelled by Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) will offer its guests fascinating odysseys in the wake of the great polar explorers.PONANT, the world’s only French-owned cruise line and global leader in luxury expeditions, had announced the order of Le Commandant Charcot in December 2017, and the ship’s traditional steel cutting ceremony was held in November 2018. The keel laying took place in Tulcea, Romania, on 14 December, at the Vard shipyard, a subsidiary of Fincantieri.This second key stage in the construction of this exceptional vessel is perfectly on schedule. The launch is planned for 2020, before its delivery in 2021.Designed to be a new type of exploration cruise ship, the vessel will incorporate all the latest innovations in environmental protection, making PONANT a model of excellence in responsible tourism.Indeed, Le Commandant Charcot will be the first exploration vessel to surpass the ecological standards set out in international regulations. Designed for intense polar explorations, and with PC2 Polar Class certification, Le Commandant Charcot will be able to reach exceptional destinations such as the Geographic North Pole and remote sites of the Antarctic continent including the Ross Sea, Charcot Island and Peter I Island…About PONANTThe world leader in luxury expeditions and the only French-owned cruise line, PONANT was created in 1988 by Jean Emmanuel Sauvée and a dozen officers of the French Merchant Navy. Today, PONANT is leading the way with a new style of luxury cruising through a unique conception of sea travel which combines exceptional itineraries and luxury hotel services, aboard smaller-scale ships.last_img read more

Top Stories

first_img Top Stories Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo conceded his starting quarterback job to rookie Dak Prescott Tuesday in a move to nip distractions at the bud for Dallas as it rises to contender status.Romo’s emotional speech and stepping aside, however, only adds to speculation that his Dallas career is over. That, of course, means national pundits must look into their crystal balls to determine what might make sense for the quarterback’s future. To say that it’s a reason to believe Tony Romo is in the front of general manager Steve Keim’s mind in November of 2016? Not so much. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo ESPN’s Adam Schefter threw out four teams that just might need a veteran quarterback in 2017, and one of those was the Arizona Cardinals.If Carson Palmer were to decide to walk away from the game after this season, Romo could enter the equation. Arizona has done an excellent job of reviving veterans’ careers.NBC’s Mike Florio also floated the Cardinals as a fit, as did The Big Lead’s Jason McIntyre.There is some reason all these NFL writers and reporters might consider the Cardinals a landing spot for Romo.Namely, the Cardinals have a window of opportunity that appears brief. After all, as head coach Bruce Arians has mentioned in the past, this job very well could be his last. If Arizona wants to go for the whole thing even beyond Palmer’s time, Romo would make sense — except that at 36 years old, he’s the same age as Palmer.Before we go there, two major red flags must be considered.The first, Schefter and Florio mention. Palmer would likely need to walk away if Romo were to leave the Cowboys, because Romo would hypothetically do so only searching out a starting role. Palmer, if you don’t remember, just added an additional year to his contract, keeping him through the 2018 season. Comments   Share   center_img McIntyre rightly called the contract the “biggest hurdle” to this becoming a reality.Palmer is coming off a week where he threw for a season-best 376 yards and has his three biggest games by total yardage in the last three games. While the offense hasn’t been what it was a year ago — the receivers and O-line can take much blame here as well — and Palmer is subjected to taking veterans days off more than ever, there isn’t reasonable evidence to show he’s thinking about retiring.Even looking beyond Palmer, Arizona has alluded to backup quarterback Drew Stanton as a successor.The second red flag for this to become a reality is fairly obvious: Romo would need to get out of Dallas with three years left after 2016 on his deal.Anyhow, the Cardinals’ assumed window of opportunity beyond 2016 remains murky because of their many free agents to consider this coming offseason.The most significant reason to believe the Cardinals might ever want Tony Romo?They don’t have a young quarterback waiting in the wings.Neither the Logan Thomas nor the Matt Barkley experiments turned out well. That’s a good enough reason to assume Arizona will look at quarterbacks extensively in the upcoming draft. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

Cyprus professional women win international award

first_imgTHE Cyprus federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW) has won second place in the BPW international’s ‘Power to Make a Difference’ annual awards, earning recognition as a world-class advocate for women, it was announced on Friday.“Considering the small size of our island and the limited resources of BPW Cyprus compared to other BPW members on a global scale, this is indeed a great honour and a very rewarding acknowledgement of our contribution to local society,” the group said.BPW Cyprus president Mary Papadopoulou, reiterated the federation’s commitment to its crucial role and its determination to ‘walk the talk’, as it continues to follow up on its research and analysis with the corresponding action that demonstrates a sense of responsibility, creativity, integrity and transparency, in line with the principles of BPW International.“This particular award is highly rated as it puts Cyprus on the international map of achievements in the field of women’s advocacy,” it said.The award will be presented at the upcoming BPW International Congress which will be held in Cairo, Egypt, on October 25.BPW Cyprus said that the congress, which will be attended by hundreds of delegates from over 90 countries, will share an outline of the projects that led to this international award, and the collective efforts that were invested in each project.“There is no doubt that this important event will offer BPW Cyprus a first-class opportunity to promote our island on an international level, with all the benefits of global exposure that goes with it,” it said. You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoYahoo SearchResearch Compact SUVs. New SUVs May Make You Want To Trade Yours In Today – See For Yourself!Yahoo SearchUndoGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementCardiologist: This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Eat GlutenGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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