Air Products to bring hydrogen to Hebrides

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Cost-saving strategy for hydrogen fuelling nears

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Suriname abolishes death penalty

first_img 139 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring! Tweet Share NewsRegional Suriname abolishes death penalty by: Caribbean Media Corporation – March 6, 2015center_img Share Share (Photo: blogs.thenews.com.pk)PARAMARIBO, Suriname (CMC) – The National Assembly has approved legislation formally abolishing the death penalty in the Dutch-speaking Caribbean Community (Caricom) country.But the legislators raised the highest prison term limits from 30 to 50 years in what is seen as a compromise to amending the criminal code.Parliament also scrapped conditional release for people convicted of capital crimes. Convicts doing time for murder, manslaughter, sexual offences, or major drug crimes are now no longer eligible for release after serving three quarters of their sentences.Justice Minister Edward Belfort had initially suggested that that maximum jail sentence be increased to 30 years, but parliamentarians deemed it necessary to send an even stronger signal to criminals.Crime has been on the rise and parliamentarians argued that criminals were exhibiting almost sadistic behaviour, often leaving victims dead or gravely injured.They favoured hiking the maximum jail sentence instead to 50 years, “for crimes that would otherwise be punished with the death penalty”, the National Assembly said in a statement.“The punishments for major crimes have been increase. That is a clear signal,” said Ruth Wijdenbosch, the Vice Chair of the National Assembly said at the end of the meeting.She was among the parliamentarians who worked to have the death penalty removed from the criminal code.Suriname has not implemented the death penalty since 1927, but the capital punishment remained included in the country’s Criminal Code.Last year Belfort went on record as saying that there is no need for the death penalty, because as far as he was concerned capital punishment was not having the desired effect in the countries where it is applied.“We leave the crimes people commit to their consciences; in the meantime we (do our best to) catch them and bring them to justice,” he said, then, he noted that he is not a giver of life and would not encourage taking of a life.In the statement issued by the National Assembly, it noted that the new legislation to abolish the death penalty places Suriname in line with international trend.The approval of the new criminal code has been nine years in the making. The amended legislation includes punishments for cybercrime and terrorism; these crimes were not included in the old law.Belfort also presented a re-socialisation plan for convicts to the National Assembly.He told legislators that the plan focuses on reintroducing repeat offenders to the community, by taking them through a tight regimen of social development. Houses of detention will be transformed to houses of correction where convicts are prepared for their reintroduction.Belfort said the plan also takes into consideration the legal protection of convicts as well the community’s safety.last_img read more

66 Farm Workers Head for Canada

first_img Share Tweet 247 Views   no discussions Share BusinessInternationalLocalNews 66 Farm Workers Head for Canada by: – June 5, 2020center_img Sharing is caring! Sixty-six men left Dominica on Wednesday night bound for St Lucia and then onward to Canada to work in agriculture there as many of them have done for the past 20 years.The Canadian Seasonal Agricultural Worker Programme of which Dominican farmers have been participants for more than 50 years, grants government-recruited farmers permits to work on participating farms when Canadians and permanent residents are not available.These employers can hire temporary foreign workers for a maximum period of 8 months, between January 1 and December 15, provided they are able to offer the workers a minimum of 240 hours of work within a period of 6 weeks or less.Deputy Labour Commissioner, Eric Menz says the men are returning to the employers with whom they have worked before.“…Their employers having been awaiting them from since the end of March,” he said of some of the farmers. “The employers, I must say, have been very patient with us considering the situation that we are now in.Menz said the workers are not new recruits. Adding that “Some of them have been in the system for over 20 years. We had to do whatever was possible to ensure that we get them to return Canada to continue their contractual obligations.”The farmers were speaking with Curtis Matthew when they shared that a boat was chartered to ferry the group to St Lucia from where they were due to fly out Thursday morning.“That’s what I do for my daily bread to help my kids and my family so I am kind of excited to go back,” one man said.Another lamented, “We are not working [here] Covid messed up everything so we have to do what we have to do.The seasonal farm workers left Dominica late Wednesday night. Sharelast_img read more

CSC vs Fort Pitt By The Minutes

first_img Related TopicsCleveland SCNPSL Vince McKee Match five for the orange and black was a tough one as Cleveland SC fell  to the visiting Fort Pitt Regiment. Fort Pitt Regiment struck early when Joaquin Vincent Franch put a clean shot past Mikal Outcalt in a scramble following a Regiment corner kick.A mid-half free kick got the best Cleveland SC again as the home squad couldn’t track a cross to Anthony Virgara. The Virgara-McDyer connection got the best of the Cleveland SC defense again in the second half following another Fort Pitt corner kick.Danny Rupel scored a consolation goal in the 90’ to bring the final score to 3-1. Sunday’s result brings Cleveland SC back down to Earth after going unbeaten in their first four matches without conceding a goal.Here is the minute by minute breakdown brought to us by Cleveland SC .First Half HighlightsCleveland SC had a sloppy start to the match, being outdone by two Fort Pitt Regiment set-pieces and missing a couple golden opportunities to score, including a penalty kick saved by Regiment goalkeeper Scott Risler.3’ A misplayed pass by McGivern gave the Regiment a path to goal that was initially defended well by the Cleveland SC backline, but the ball deflected out for a corner kick. A Fort Pitt header put the ball in no-man’s land for Vicent Franch to tap past Outcalt.6’ A pass down the left flank found Manfut free in the opponent’s penalty area. The Cleveland forward’s touch drew contact from the Regiment defender, causing a penalty kick for Manfut. Regiment goalkeeper Risler guessed correctly and saved Manfut’s penalty attempt to keep the score 1-0.11’ Vinny Bell drew a foul 10 yards outside of the Regiment penalty area to set up a free kick chance for Suljevic. The Cleveland SC midfielder’s shot bounced directly to Risler.13’ Franch nearly had his second of the match following a well-placed cross from Lucas Godinho. Ian Larson intervened at the last second before Godinho’s shot to relieve the pressure.19’ The Regiment’s Max Flick blasted a shot off the post from the left channel after receiving a ground pass from his teammate following a free kick.21’ Vinny Bell was unlucky to score after winning the ball off a Cleveland SC corner kick. Bell brought the ball to his feet for a volley that beat Risler but was cleared at the goalline by a Fort Pitt defender.24’ Cleveland SC conceded their second goal from a set-piece, this time Anthony Virgara heading a Matthew McDyer cross into the net. The initial free kick found McDyer at the far post, and his volley Virgara wide open in front of goal.31’ Dan Koniarczyk finessed a rebounded chance from the top of the box left of Risler, but the shot bounced off the left post and out of reach of a charging Antonio Manfut.43’ Another chance for Cleveland SC went over the goal as Vinny Bell’s headed shot from a Declan McGivern header soared just over the crossbar.Second Half HighlightsCleveland SC responded to their sluggish first-half with a couple hard fouls in the opening minutes but conceded a goal from an early corner kick to put the match out of reach for the home club.48’ A hard challenge from Cleveland SC defender Coletun Long warranted a yellow card early in the first half. by52’ Play stopped to tend to an apparent injury suffered by Fort Pitt Regiment forward Lucas Cannineu, who was replaced by Michael Horgan in the 55’.56’ Chris Cvecko earned a corner kick for Cleveland SC. The ensuing kick from Mike Derezic was caught by Risler.59’ Fort Pitt’s third goal of the match once again followed a set-piece corner kick. For the second time in the match, Matthew McDyer found Anthony Virgara in front of net for an easy tap-in.70’ Chris Cvecko created an excellent chance for himself after winning the ball off a defender in the final third to set up an uncontested shot down the right flank. Cvecko’s shot skidded across the goal and out of play.80’ Suljevic nearly found substitute Danny Rupel streaking toward goal, but Risler stepped forward to deny the chance.85’ Frustrations boiled over late in the half after Anthony Virgara received a yellow card for a hard challenge.90’ Cleveland SC avoided being shut out by scoring a late goal via substitute Danny Rupel. Rupel was played through the line by a flick from Timmy Williams and slotted his shot past Risler, who was well off of his line.Goal Summary3’ Joaquin Vicent Franch24’ Anthony Virgara (Assisted by: Matthew McDyer)59’ Anthony Virgara (Assisted by: Matthew McDyer)90’ Danny Rupel (Assisted by: Timmy Williams)last_img read more

Free cycle repairs at Ashton Gate

first_imgThe Dr Bike scheme is operated by Bristol-based charity Life Cycle UK and will take place at the stadium cycle racks behind the South Stand turnstiles from 10.30am.Qualified cycle mechanics will work before kick-off and throughout the game to work on as many bikes as possible on a first-come first-served basis so fans wishing to take advantage are encouraged to arrive early.Each bike will receive up to 20 minutes of TLC with mechanics performing safety checks and carrying out essential repairs such as fixing breaks, mending punctures and tuning gears. The team will also give you a ‘prescription’ with details of any larger works which need to be taken to a local bike shop for full repairs.Life Cycle UK help 4,660 people unlock the benefits of cycling each year. More information can be found here and for different cycle routes to Ashton Gate please click here. Tickets remain on general sale for the visit of the Royals, with a 20,000-plus crowd already guaranteed.SECURE YOUR SEATlast_img read more

Photo gallery: Airline Viking Relays

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Costa to miss Spain’s Euro 2016 qualifier

first_imgSee also:Hull v Chelsea player ratings Chelsea striker Diego Costa will miss Spain’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Ukraine and a friendly with the Netherlands.He was substituted during Chelsea’s 3-2 win at Hull on Sunday and Blues boss Jose Mourinho said afterwards that the 26-year-old was struggling with a hamstring injury.Costa, signed from Atletico Madrid last summer, has been nursing a hamstring problem for much of the season.AdChoices广告The Spanish Football Federation announced on Tuesday that Costa will return to Chelsea for medical treatment and that Spain coach Vicente del Bosque has called up Malaga striker Juanmi in his place. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

NHL uniform Changes 06-07

first_img Members 13,322 posts 135 If they change the jerseys for every team in the league, doesn’t that give the athletic edge to….nobody?–Roger “Time?” Clemente.All I know is that Sweden won the gold medal in their cumbersome, heavy, non-aerodynamic, sweat-logged jerseys, so the whole athletic advantage thing can’t have too much significance. Share on other sites griffelh Members Link to post SportsLogos.Net I wish we knew what happened at those GM Meetings a few weeks ago…anybody know anything more that what has already been said?Is the Chris you speak of the one who runs this site? If so i’d like to know more about the NHL scrapping of the new jerseys…I just want to see the Sabres Jersey Redesign! If I could guess about things uttered at that meeting…”Canada and Detroit would burn if these things came out.” 0 Sports Logos tomhunter8 gosioux76 4,078 Favourite Logos:Sacramento Republic FC 0 0 Page 1 of 9   Recommended Posts Share this post sᴘᴏʀᴛsʙᴀʟʟ ᴄᴏᴍᴍᴇɴᴛᴇʀ 187 Good Day;I got to take a Gander at a Reebok 2006 Catalogue last night, which i assume is for this upcoming season, with all these TOP SECRET changes in the works. It featured a written description of the jerseys materials and what not, as well as a graphic of an All Star looking jersey, featuring both Conferences. Here’s some of the Highlights: 1. The little blurb made mention of ‘Stretchy, Lightweight, Dry and Breathable etc etc’ Fabric, so my guess is they will be form fitting, maybe even more so than the Nike Swift Jerseys. 2. The Graphic Showed that an NHL crest will be sewn into the bottom of the collar, ala the NFL. The style of the jersey was alot like the template they used for the CFL Reebok did: The Eastern conference ( or West…which ever one uses red) which was what they used as an example, looked pretty much like the Stampeders White Jersey. I hope and pray they dont cut one template for all teams though. 3. In the Catalogue, they always show the list of teams available, with their Logos, as did this one, but in the place of the Ducks and Sabres, was a TBD ( to be determined ) which we know are changing anyway. INTERESTINGLY that was also a TBD for Capitals and Bruins? Are there changes in store for those teams too? Hmmm…Thats all i got for now!COLIN 10,716 0 Share on other sites Posted March 2, 2006 Members Davey 0 3 Sports Logos Sign in to follow this   2,557 posts Posted March 2, 2006 Share this post Chris has already said he’s hearing rumors of these changes being withdrawn.That’s not to say this is faulty information, but rather that it may be outdated if the NHL recently decided to scrap the plans. Ive also heard rumors of that from a few other sources that i feel are reliable, other than Chris. tomhunter8 OOJ 2 Share on other sites 0 187 Share on other sites Posted March 2, 2006 Location:St. Paul | Chicago 145 Next By Colinium, March 2, 2006 in Sports Logo News Link to post Colinium ElwoodCuse griffelh Great! All hockey fans will hate it and all non-hockey fans will continue to laugh at the NHL. Thanks, Commissioner Stupidhead! Location:Back to Back division titles! First time since 78-79 (!!) 0 187 NHL uniform Changes 06-07 6 Members The one I wanna believe is that the NHL is scrapping the plans, so I’m gonna, lol. I, for one, at least want to see what they come up with before anything is scrapped. I’m no hockey traditionalist, so I’m open to at least evaluating change before making conclusions. im not a traditionalist either, in fact im always open to new age design. however the uniform designs for the olympic teams was enough to tell me everything there is to know about the new design. Hopefully the swifties will be sent to the desktop recycling bin and be deleted to be never ever seen again. Link to post Share this post Stampman Cujo rams80 Posted March 2, 2006 Link to post Colinium Share this post Location:Sacramento, California Members 2,557 posts Share on other sites Share on other sites 209 0 35,628 posts Posted March 2, 2006 Share on other sites Share this post Members 4,078 Share this post Share on other sites 31,030 posts Sports Logo News 0 STL FANATIC Link to post King of Consistency 950 5 31,371 posts The one I wanna believe is that the NHL is scrapping the plans, so I’m gonna, lol. I, for one, at least want to see what they come up with before anything is scrapped. I’m no hockey traditionalist, so I’m open to at least evaluating change before making conclusions. 181 posts Link to post 0 15,125 posts Jerseys and Caps Fill My Closets Link to post 10,482 posts Share on other sites Members Link to post Posted March 2, 2006 0 Share this post The one I wanna believe is that the NHL is scrapping the plans, so I’m gonna, lol. Well, there was that whole thing about “every GM in the league opposing it” in the TSN article a while back. 0 Davey Forums Home 2 5 Mingjai Members LoligerBS 0 4,034 posts 0 Location:Sydney, Nova Scotia The Red Wings aren’t going black afterall huh?? 950 135 Members Roger Clemente Posted March 2, 2006 1,784 0 Share on other sites Share on other sites Go To Topic Listing Members 0 Members 0 394 Inatimate Object 0 Members @Animal_Clans 4,212 Location:Somewhere in between time and space 0 0 4,078 Members 135 7,564 posts Share this post 5 187 If they change the jerseys for every team in the league, doesn’t that give the athletic edge to….nobody?–Roger “Time?” Clemente. Posted March 2, 2006 Favourite Logos:Islanders Fisherman 0 6 posts 4 96 Stampmancenter_img 0 Forums Home Link to post 96 STL FANATIC Next 0 Members Cujo 10,716 394 6 Favourite Logos:Canton Ice Patrol Do u have a scanner and if so possibly scan for us.,, cus im having a trouble trying to visulize them . 187 Boo! All Activity Link to post Reaper 4 0 Share on other sites Coast2CoastAM2006 394 145 Prev Share on other sites Location:St. Louis NHL uniform Changes 06-07 Members Link to post Share on other sites ElwoodCuse 2,568 posts 0 Mingjai 1 Share this post Posted March 2, 2006 Share on other sites ElwoodCuse 209 Inatimate Object Posted March 2, 2006 Link to post 0 267 posts SportsLogos.Net All Activity Page 1 of 9   96 Posted March 2, 2006 OOJ Posted March 2, 2006 2018 NFC West Champs! Link to post 0 Posted March 2, 2006 3 LoligerBS 5 Great! All hockey fans will hate it and all non-hockey fans will continue to laugh at the NHL. Thanks, Commissioner Stupidhead! Exactly! Hockey jerseys are great as they are. Why mess with them.Me thinks this experiment will be like New Coke. Any of you old enough to remeber that fiasco? Share this post 37 posts Members I wish we knew what happened at those GM Meetings a few weeks ago…anybody know anything more that what has already been said?Is the Chris you speak of the one who runs this site? If so i’d like to know more about the NHL scrapping of the new jerseys…I just want to see the Sabres Jersey Redesign! 218 posts 0 Roger Clemente Link to post Share on other sites Share on other sites Prev 0 Link to post 145 24 posts blah Members 0 4,212 950 0 Posted March 2, 2006 Posted March 2, 2006 Sign in to follow this   Link to post Posted March 2, 2006 Posted March 2, 2006 Members Posted March 2, 2006 187 Once agian I pray this is only the latest Copperalls, and they’ll be gone after a year or two. Reaper 0 1,784 701 posts Chris has already said he’s hearing rumors of these changes being withdrawn.That’s not to say this is faulty information, but rather that it may be outdated if the NHL recently decided to scrap the plans.The one I wanna believe is that the NHL is scrapping the plans, so I’m gonna, lol. 0 0 0 Share this post Link to post 1,784 Share on other sites CCSLC award winner “And there was much rejoicing!” Share this post Share this post This topic is now closed to further replies. Share this post Share this post 209 Coast2CoastAM2006 rams80 0 Share this post Share this post Chris has already said he’s hearing rumors of these changes being withdrawn.That’s not to say this is faulty information, but rather that it may be outdated if the NHL recently decided to scrap the plans.The one I wanna believe is that the NHL is scrapping the plans, so I’m gonna, lol. I missed that news. hope that turns out to be true Location:Denver, Colo. 0 Share on other sites 0 Sports Logo News Link to post FiddySicks Followers 1 Draft Dodger gosioux76 Lets smile a little more Link to post 10,716 Posted March 2, 2006 Location:Calgary, Alberta, Canada ElwoodCuse On the Doug MacLean radio show he says they will not introduce the new form fitting uniforms next season!Link(It’s at about the 54 minute mark towards the end of the show) Draft Dodger Link to post Members The artist formally known as Bucfan56 If they change the jerseys for every team in the league, doesn’t that give the athletic edge to….nobody?–Roger “Time?” Clemente.All I know is that Sweden won the gold medal in their cumbersome, heavy, non-aerodynamic, sweat-logged jerseys, so the whole athletic advantage thing can’t have too much significance. Excellent point! I hadn’t thought about that. 1 Share this post 0 4,735 posts Followers 1 0 FiddySicks Share this post Share this post 4,212 I dont know about the Bruins, but anything that would result in the retirement of those Winnie The Pooh alts is welcome by me. In 03-04 they wore the vintage jerseys for a few games, perhaps they are following the Sabres lead and are going back to the jerseys from the early 70s. I’m not a Bruins fan but I think that would look good. Members 0 Share on other sites Posted March 2, 2006 5 78 posts NHL uniform Changes 06-07last_img read more

Everton cool down negotiations for promising youngster – Want to make…

first_imgEverton have reportedly taken a step back in their pursuit for the Flamengo starlet Reinier. A report from Globo Esporte today claims the Toffees have decided to cool down the negotiations for the 17-year-old for a while.That doesn’t mean they are giving up on signing the midfielder. What Everton are trying to do is to get him for less than what they’ve initially offered.The Toffees were supposed to be paying €40m to sign the teenager, but are now set to make a ‘more careful evaluation’ of what he’s really worth.Embed from Getty ImagesReinier’s contract with Flamengo expires in December 2020, and as time runs out for his renewal, the Brazilian club are losing their power of negotiation with the interested sides.The player is currently protected by a €70m release clause, but that won’t help much since he will be able to sign a pre-contract for any other club in less than a year.Several Brazilian outlets had reported Everton’s agreement to sign the teenager, but since the deal hadn’t been formalised, the Toffees now get the chance to save a few million.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this City-Building Game is a Must-Have. No Install.Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoCNN with DBS BankWhat Banks Did To Help Corporations Mitigate Future CrisesCNN with DBS BankUndoPerfect-Dating.comThousands of successful men are looking for women in Tung ChungPerfect-Dating.comUndoLoans | Search AdsNeed a loan? Search hereLoans | Search AdsUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndoSingles50Hong Kong: A 40+ Dating Site That Actually Works!Singles50UndoSmart Tech TrendOver 55? You Have to Try Those Revolutionary Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndo熱門話題來自日本的抽脂丸讓胖了10幾年的她變成靚女!熱門話題Undolast_img read more