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Comment Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 9 Nov 2019 7:41 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link832Shares Unai Emery posts worse record than Arsene Wenger after Arsenal’s defeat to Leicester Unai Emery saw Arsenal get beaten by Leicester City (Getty Images)Unai Emery has a worse record in the Premier League than Arsene Wenger recorded in his final year at Arsenal following the 2-0 defeat to Leicester City on Saturday.The Gunners have now registered just one win in their last six Premier League matches and are eight points behind fourth-placed Manchester City, who face Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday.Goals from Jamie Vardy and James Maddison secured a 2-0 victory for Leicester City, while Arsenal once again faded as the game progressed and were unable to provide an answer after going behind.The defeat means that in his 50 Premier League games in charge of Arsenal, Emery has recorded 87 points.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Advertisement Arsenal failed to respond after going behind against Leicester City (AFP via Getty Images)More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityAdvertisementAdvertisementBut that total is one shy of Arsenal’s final 50 Premier League matches with Wenger at the helm as the Frenchman was able to register 88 points.The result means further pressure is now on Emery, with supporters calling for the Spaniard to be sacked during the international break. Arsene Wenger’s last 50 games are better than Emery’s first 50 in the Premier League (Sky Sports)Both Edu and Raul Sanllehi, Arsenal’s head of football, were in the stands to watch the Gunners’ latest defeat.Reports have suggested that Arsenal’s hierarchy will continue to back Emery, but negative results will likely turn the tide against the Spaniard.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal
The home at 19 Cubberla St, Fig Tree Pocket, is up for sale.This Fig Tree Pocket home has the perks of rural living without leaving the city.The 19 Cubberla St property is for sale after Lisa Bonifant and her family had to move for family reasons. The alfresco dining area looks over the pool.They had lived in the area for 12 years, the last two of which were spent in this home. Mrs Bonifant said they spent many hours taking advantage of the indoor-to-outdoor flow.“There is a beautiful big kitchen with bi-folds that open out to a large alfresco dining area which looks over the swimming pool,” Mrs Bonifant said.“The kids could be in the pool and I could watch them from the kitchen, or we could just be sitting around outside and having a few drinks with friends.” One of several living spaces.The home has multiple living areas, including a media room, and downstairs there is a large multipurpose area.Mrs Bonifant said the home is ideal for a family.“It’s a really good layout, it’s a little separate from the kids and private, but still not too far away.“You can walk straight to the school and lollipop person without having to cross any roads.” Open plan living.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The property has been extensively landscaped by the family and has aspects for those either with a green thumb, or wanting to teach their kids about sustainable living.“It’s got a vegetable garden with the most beautiful tomatoes,” Mrs Bonifant said.“Watching the kids collect eggs for the first time was also really special.”The home is sprawled out over a 1400sq m block, and has five bedrooms and two bathrooms.The master is separate to the other bedrooms, creating the ultimate parents’ retreat.There is a his and hers walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite with double vanity and shower. A large modern kitchen complete with breakfast bar.
The Guardian 5 November 2013Ireland is to hold a referendum in mid-2015 on whether to allow same-sex marriage, the Republic’s government has said.The decision, announced on Tuesday, is a victory for the deputy prime minister, Eamon Gilmore, who has been lobbying for a national vote.The vote will be held as part of a special “constitution day”, in which a wide-ranging referendum could result in other changes to the Republic’s constitution such as the abolition of blasphemy laws.Before Tuesday’s cabinet meeting, Gilmore said he hoped the Fine Gael-Labour government would back moves toward full equality in Ireland.Gilmore, who is leader of the Irish Labour party, said it would be “important to win this referendum”.http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/nov/05/ireland-referendum-gay-marriage
Food & DiningLifestyle Tilapia with Grape Chutney. by: – July 20, 2011 28 Views no discussions Recipe source: Better Homes and Gardens Directions:Thaw fish if frozen. Rinse fish; pat dry with paper towels. Season with salt and pepper.In a 12-inch skillet heat oil over medium-high heat; add fish. Cook 3 to 4 minutes or until fish flakes easily, turning once. Meanwhile, halve grapes.Transfer fish to platter; keep warm. Add grapes, fruit bits, onions, and spreadable fruit to skillet; cook and stir 2 minutes. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve sauce over fish. Share Share Share Tilapia with Grape Chutney.Tilapia is a versatile whitefish that the whole family will love. This recipe is healthy, easy, and economical, which makes this dish a great catch. This fish is pan fried and transferred to a serving platter.Grapes, dried fruit, green onions, and spreadable fruit are then cooked in the same pan and poured over this sweet-savory fish.Ingredients:4 4-oz. fresh or frozen skinless tilapia or sole filletsSalt and pepper2 Tbsp. cooking oil1 cup seedless green grapes1/2 cup tropical blend mixed dried fruit bits1/3 cup sliced green onions1/3 cup apricot spreadable fruitCooked brown rice (optional) Sharing is caring! Tweet
Former Manchester United boss, Sir Alex Ferguson, is again challenging his neighbours over their plans to build a three-storey mansion next to his £2.3m home. Loading… Ferguson admits that the alterations go “some way to reducing the building’s prominence”, but the former manager is unhappy with the height of the central section of the project, according to The Sun. Read Also:Sir Ferguson arrives ahead FA Derby against County The 78-year-old also criticised the proposed mansion’s “visual mass and bulk”, which is not in keeping with his neighbourhood in Wilmslow, Cheshire. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content7 Theories About The Death Of Our UniverseWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”Top 10 Female Stars Everyone Had A Crush On In The 90sWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?You’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better8 Most Beautiful Chinese WomenWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top The United legend’s protests saw the initial plans for the new build rejected last year, but they have now been resubmitted with a number of changes made.Advertisement
“Mocha Uson is not covered by the one-year ban but I will propose in the Senate that party-list nominees should be covered,” say Elections commissioner Rowena Guanzon. CNN PH Comelec commissioner Rowena Guanzon appealedto Sen. Imee Marcos, who chairs the Senate committee on electoral reforms, toinclude the party-list bets in appointment ban. MANILA – Nominees of losing party-listgroups should also be covered by the one-year ban on appointment in publicoffice, an official of the Commission on Election (Comelec) said. At PCOO, Uson drew flak for allegedly spreading disinformation online, posting a racy video on federalism and a video of her friend, blogger Drew Olivar, flailing his arms around pretending to do the sign language, on her Facebook page. “I am appearing in the Committee of Sen. Imee; I propose (that the) ban should also cover Party-List nominees” Guanzon said in a tweet. “And party-list to put up bond. If nominee is DQ (disqualified), forfeit their bond.” Meanwhile, Comelec spokesperson James Jimenez has earlier said that President Rodrigo Duterte’s appointment of Uson was not a violation since party-list representatives are not covered by the one-year appointment ban. Guanzon also retweeted another social media post quoting her as saying: “They should not be a favored class because they are not a protected class.” “She is not covered. Party-list nominees are not candidates per se and so, the rule does not apply to them,” Jimenez said. Guanzon made the call after former communications assistant secretary Margaux “Mocha Uson’s return to government as deputy administrator of the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA). Prior to her OWWA job, Uson joined the government as member of the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board before being named as assistant secretary at the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO). She has tendered her resignation on October last year as she had tried to secure a seat in the House of Representatives through party-list AA-Kasosyo. The group, however, lost in the May midterm elections./PN
Here’s a timeline of Taal Volcano eruptions, according to Phivolcs. January 31, 1968; October 29, 1969 – The only Strombolian eruptions of Taal Volcano were recorded on these dates, which both happened at the Mt Tabaro crater. Lava flow and fountaining happened in both incidents. August 11, 1749 – The main crater had a phreatomagmatic eruption and was recorded as “very violent” by Phivolcs. It affected residents of Taal Volcano Island and lakeshore towns of Taal, Sala, and Tanauan. In phreatic eruptions, only preexisting solid rock fragments are ejected. In contrast, phreatomagmatic eruptions shoot out magma. September 3, 1970; September 3, 1976; October 3, 1977 – The last 3 eruptions that occurred before the 2020 explosion. These eruptions were similar in nature – they all took place at the Mt Tabaro crater and were all phreatic. January 27 to February 10, 1911 – A phreatic and “very violent” eruption occurred at the main crater, causing rock particles and fragments to fall and shoot out of the volcano. Phivolcs recorded 1,335 casualties in this incident. 1709, 1729 – Separate eruptions occurred at its Binintiang Munti crater. The 1709 incident was classified as phreatomagmatic. There were also 25 to 80-centimeter thick deposit of ashfall, acid rain, shock waves, and cracking and sinking of land. PHOTO COURTESY OF ARDEN PIMENTEL 1707 – Taal Volcano erupted at its Binintiang Malaki crater or its largest flank cone that’s visible from Tagaytay City. It is said that the Binintiang Malaki was formed during this eruption. It was classified as phreatic, and shock waves were also reported. Another eruption occurred in the area in 1715. July 5, 1966; August 16, 1967 – Separate phreatomagmatic eruptions occurred again at the Mt Tabaro crater. Both incidents caused rock particles to fall from the volcano and shoot out in projectile motion. September 28 to 30, 1965 – Taal Volcano erupted at Mt Tabaro, leaving 200 casualties, according to Phivolcs. The eruption was phreatomagmatic and violent, characterized by falling of rock fragments, ashfall with 25-centimeter thick deposit, and acid rain. September 21, 1716 – An underwater, phreatomagmatic eruption occurred at Calauit, which is located at the eastern shore of the Taal Volcano island. 1790, 1808, 1825, 1842, 1873, 1874, 1878, 1903, 1904 – Separate eruptions occurred at the main crater. The 1808 and 1874 eruptions were classified as phreatomagmatic, while the 1878 and 1904 were phreatic. Located in Batangas, a province 60 kilometers south of Manila, Taal Volcano and the area around it have become one of the most frequented vacation spots in Southern Luzon. Although it is classified as an active volcano, it hasn’t erupted in 43 years or since 1977. This incident is considered Taal Volcano’s biggest eruption yet and lasted almost 7 months. It buried 4 towns in Batangas under ash, volcanic rocks, and water. Ashfall registering 100 to 110-centimeter deposits was reported, as well as shock waves and acid rain. May 15 to December 5, 1754 – A phreatomagmatic/plinian eruption took place, characterized by a “very violent” explosion accompanied by falling and ejection of rock particles. A plinian eruption is characterized by continuous gas blasts and explosive ejection of viscous lava. 1591, 1605 to 1611, 1634, 1635, 1641, 1645 – Separate eruptions occurred in these periods at the main crater. In 1591 and 1641, the eruptions were classified as phreatic. Tephra or rock particles and fragments were also visible in the 1641 incident. The eruptions were not all similar. Most of them were caused by the interaction of magma and water (phreatic and phreatomagmatic). Others were caused by the rising of bubbles formed by the fusion of gas inside the volcano (strombolian). MANILA – Taal Volcano is one of the 24 active volcanoes listed by the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs). It is also one of the world’s lowest and deadliest volcanoes. The volcano consists of multiple stratovolcanoes and craters. Since 1572, it has recorded 34 eruptions. 1731 – An underwater eruption happened in Pira-Piraso, or the eastern tip of the island. This was classified as phreatomagmatic. Flowing mixture of gas and ejected rock fragments were reported, as well as falling of rock particles. 1572 – A phreatomagmatic eruption occurred at the main crater of the volcano. Taal Volcano hasn’t erupted since 1977, as confirmed by Renato Solidum, Department of Science and Technology undersecretary for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation. However, there had been volcanic unrest recorded in 2011, 2012, and 2014. (Rappler.com)
Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods vie for $888 to win and national, state and track points. EAST MOLINE, Ill – The Bullring at Rock Island County Fairgrounds remembers one of its own with the inaugural Greg Durbin Memorial on Sunday, Aug. 2. Durbin, who passed away in January at the age of 41, was a three-time IMCA Modified champion at East Moline. Pit gates open at 2:30 p.m. and the grandstand opens at 3:30 p.m. Hot laps are at 5:30 p.. with racing to follow. Reserved grandstand seating is $15, with general admission $12 for adults, $10 for seniors and free for kids ages eight and under. Pit passes are $30 or $15 for kids. The IMCA Modified feature pays $2,008 to win and is a qualifying event for the 2020 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot. The Modified portion of the show is draw/redraw with a $50 entry fee, with IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing, Side Biter Chassis North Central and KMJ Performance Illinois State, but no track points to be awarded. More information is available on Facebook.
Published on April 20, 2014 at 9:42 pm Facebook Twitter Google+ There were only about 4,071 people in the Carrier Dome for Syracuse’s Spring Game on Saturday, but almost all of them made their way onto the field after the game.There was a chance to pose for photos with Scott Shafer and get autographs from current and former players. The overhead view was something that more closely resembled the open side of the Dome during a big basketball game than the expectation for an Orange Spring Game.And in the middle of it all was an older man — probably in his mid 60s — clutching two miniature American flags and sprinting in circles around the Carrier Dome field.Spring football fever.It was only 4,071, but the attendance was an improvement from last year — and it was 4,071 who genuinely seemed excited to be there. And what they saw wasn’t always pretty, but usually at least resembled and somehow finished with a football score. Despite a scoring system that awarded defensive stops and three-and-outs and a halftime show during which Riley Dixon scored seven points by punting, the offense triumphed over the defense 34-27, albeit with a disappointingly rudimentary playbook of short passes.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut the football was only part of what mattered. What was more important was that somehow football was earning the headlines for a week in mid-April. With a craftily executed “big announcement” at Destiny USA earlier in the week to lead in to Saturday’s Spring Game, SU found a way to fill, at least for a fleeting moment, Syracuse’s sports void that lasts from April until August.“Being a small part of the community means a lot to me and this team,” Shafer said during his press conference at Destiny USA. “I’ve always talked a lot about how we want to represent this program in a first-class fashion, but we also want to make sure it’s your team.”The big reveal on Wednesday that officially signaled the return of football wasn’t so much a surprise as it was an excuse to hype up a program that finally seems like it’s moving in the right direction.Somehow the Orange had lured Louisiana State into a game at the Carrier Dome. And when the Tigers arrived, SU would be wearing new jerseys. Looks like Nike remembered they play some football in Central New York, too.And love them or hate them, the jerseys make Syracuse at least look like the big-time program it’s striving to become.Instrumental, though, was the decision to make the announcement at Destiny. With the band and cheerleaders in tow, there was fanfare to match the intrigue of this big announcement.On Saturday, the Orange picked up right where it left off. Shafer opened the festivities with an appeal to the fans to take up his offer — he’ll buy you another ticket to the Villanova game as long as you buy the first. All the hallmarks he brings to the sideline, he’s trying to bring to the community, including his goofily named, yet perfectly fitting “Next Fan Up” campaign.“I just really want this to be your team,” Shafer said while addressing the crowd before the Spring Game. “Our goal is increased attendance. Our job is to play good football.”Typically the Spring Game just devolves into a forum for ridicule toward the often-bumbling SU football program. Even two years ago, a year before head coach Doug Marrone jumped to the NFL, the crowd witnessed the defense outscore the offense 9-0.Oh, and there was no fancy scoring system in that one.“I’d like to try to keep it a football score,” quarterbacks coach Tim Lester said. “I thought it worked out well.”This year’s offense looked good with its limited playbook and Syracuse suddenly has some exciting playmakers — Ashton Broyld and Brisly Estime is a scary big-play tandem.In the end, that’s what will get people excited for Syracuse football. This team needs to put a consistently better product on the field. Until then, at least that guy sprinting in circles in the Dome has enough energy for everyone.David Wilson is a staff writer at The Daily Orange, where his column appears occasionally. He can be reached at email@example.com or on Twitter at @DBWilson2. Comments