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LNH: Dunkerque and Saint Raphael for EHF CL spot

first_imgShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsMontpellier and PSG Handball will fight for the French title in the next six matches, but also very interesting will be the race for the EHF CL spot – third place between US Dunkerque and Saint Raphael…Results – Round 21 12.Toulouse215412602:60314 ShareTweetShareShareEmail 14.Istres212217547:6576 STANDINGS: Recommended for you 13.Selestat215016553:64210 2.Paris SG201613663:52033 10.Creteil207310560:57717 11.Nimes206311571:59215 4.Dunkerque211407544:52428 Nantes24 – 28Tremblay 6.Nantes211029579:56522 Aix33 – 27Selestat 1.Montpellier201721619:52536 9.Aix217311590:61517 Related Items:French handball Toulouse27 – 28St. Raphael HBC Nantes shocked by Fenix Toulouse – Montpellier save point in Istres Istres26 – 34Chambery Savoie 7.Tremblay219210587:59720 8.Cesson Rennes218310523:54419 1 Comment France with no more than 5.000 fans until end of October Cesson Rennes21 – 22Dunkerque 5.Chambery Savoie211218558:55125 Pingback: VIDEO: Amazing goal by Aix’s Vladica Stojanovic | Handball Planet 3.St. Raphael211326642:62628 1 Comment The end of French Cup and amateur leagues Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more

Cultural Affairs Department Continues To Offer Educational And Inspirational Programming For All Ages Online

first_imgAnxious to get back into nature? Learn the proper way to identify trees with help from a new series called Quick Trips on the Sandia Mountain Natural History Center YouTube channel.Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all state museums, historic sites, and cultural institutions are currently closed to the public but continue to operate virtually during this time of social distancing.More information related to social media and online resources for each division of DCA is available upon request. State Historian Rob Martinez shares his Top 5 books on New Mexico history in a video posted on the Fray Angélico Chávez History Library Facebook page. The official music video for Albuquerque musician Ron Crowder’s song “Liberty,” featuring poet Hakim Bellamy, can be viewed on the New Mexico Music Commission Facebook page. The track was named Best Song at the New Mexico Music Awards in 2018.center_img The virtual exhibit Alexander Girard: A Designer’s Universe. Screenshot/ladpDCA News:SANTA FE — The museums, historic sites, and cultural institutions of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) each week offer a series of online educational and inspirational programs designed for all ages to be enjoyed at home.Listen to the newest installment of the podcast “La Hilacha: Words and Memories,” produced by the National Hispanic Cultural Center. In this episode, History and Literay Arts Director Valerie Martinez interviews six members of the Barelas Youth Art Team collective known as “Sunset Mix,” whose latest community art project has been interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The virtual exhibit “Alexander Girard: A Designer’s Universe” is now available for viewing on the Museum of International Folk Art website. This tour opens a door to the creative universe of Girard, who was regarded as one of the most influential interior and textile designers of the 20th century, and shows his close relationships with contemporaries such as Charles and Ray Eames, Eero Saarinen, Andy Warhol, and Rudi Gernreich.Also, the Museum of International Folk Art will host the ninth performance of the virtual concert series “Our Fair New Mexico,” featuring Joe and Archie West. Watch the concert on Facebook at 7 p.m., Friday, May 22.  Here are more great programs from across the Department:Did you know the building now called the Santiago E. Campos U.S. Courthouse in Santa Fe was originally designed to be the territorial capitol for New Mexico? Learn more about this and other buildings across the state listed in the National Register of Historic Places through weekly posts on the Historic Preservation Division Facebook page.last_img read more

Shaftesbury converts Seven Dials mall into flagship store

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Akhirnya! Kereta Wisata Priority Keluar Juga Dari Depo KAI

first_imgUntuk tujuan Yogyakarta, kereta akan berangkat setiap pukul 20.45 WIB dan pulang pada hari Minggu pukul 20.00 WIB. Sedangkan untuk tujuan Solo, kereta akan berangkat pada pukul 20.15 dan pulang pada hari Minggu pukul 20.00 WIB. Untuk masalah pemesanan tiket, tidak ada bedanya dengan pemesanan tiket perjalanan pada umumnya. Para penumpang bisa membeli langsung di loket hingga di channel-channel pembayaran tiket kereta, diantara lain via KAI Access, KAI 121, loket kereta api, konter KA Wisata, situs KAI, dan para partner online lainnya.Baca Juga: Enam Kereta dengan Perjalanan Paling Romantis Bersama PasanganJika Anda memesan tiket dari aplikasi KAI Access, kategori Prority akan muncul jika Anda memilih kereta Taksaka, Argo Lawu, dan Dwi Pangga di akhir pekan. Untuk masalah harga, PT KAI masih memberlakukan harga promo untuk periode Agustus hingga Oktober 2017 mendatang. Anda diwajibkan untuk merogoh kocek Rp750.000 untuk bisa menikmati layanan anyar tersebut. Harga itu sudah termasuk beragam penawaran gratis, seperti layanan restorasi dan penggunaan fasilitas yang tersedia.Sedikit berbeda dengan layanan kereta lainnya, salah satu kebijakan yang diterapkan pihak KAI untuk KA Wisata Priority ini tidak berlaku reduksi atau pemotongan harga bagi karyawan, TNI, Polri dan siapapun. Jadi semua masyarakat sama rata untuk menggunakannya.Diketahui, layanan ini baru dibuka pada Jumat (4/8/2017) kemarin. Presiden Direktur PT KA Pariwisata, Totok Suryono mengatakan ini merupakan perjalanan perdana Kereta Wisata Priority. “Ke depannya, kita akan menyediakan pilihan pada pengguna yang ingin menggunakan layanan lebih, seperti kelas Luxury, jadi kita namakan kelas priority,” jelas Totok.Sumber: Kompas.comAdapun fasilitas lain yang bisa dinikmati oleh para penumpang secara personal adalah Audio Video On Demand (AVOD) yang berfungsi layaknya karaoke perseorangan. AVOD ini tersedia di setiap bangku penumpang. Untuk layanan restorasi pun sudah tidak lagi menyajikan layanan prasmanan melainkan ala carte.Baca Juga: Ratakan Persebaran Wisatawan di Bali, Pemerintah Tawarkan Jalur Kereta ke Investor CinaDari segi desain kereta pun memiliki perbedaan yang mencolok dengan kereta wisata sebelumnya. Dominasi warna coklat dan emas menunjukkan sisi eksklusif dan elegan. Direktur Operasi dan Administrasi PT KA Wisata, Sunarjo mengatakan, pelayanan yang diberikan di atas eksekutif, bahkan sekelas VVIP tamu kepresidenan. “Kita betul-betul menyajikan sesuatu yang berbeda, pengalaman yang benar-benar menarik selama perjalanan, dan harapannya memberikan kesan tersendiri bagi konsumen.” ungkap Sunarjo dilansir dari sumber yang sama.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Related Sumber: Kompas.com Setelah menanti sekian lama, PT KAI melalui anak perusahaannya, PT Kereta Api Wisata membuka layanan terbarunya, yaitu Kereta Priority. Pada awalnya, kereta wisata ini hanya diperuntukkan untuk rombongan atau hanya bisa dipesan satu gerbong. Kini bisa dinikmati secara personal. Tentu saja, dengan fasilitas yang sudah dipersonalisasi terlebih dahulu.Baca Juga: India Hadirkan Kereta Kubah Kaca Untuk Tarik WisatawanDilansir KabarPenumpang.com dari laman Kompas.com, Kereta Priority ini hanya beroperasi ketika akhir pekan saja. Hingga saat ini, baru ada dua tujuan dari kereta wisata ini, yaitu Jakarta (Gambir) menuju Yogyakarta, dan Jakarta (Gambir) menuju Solo. Untuk jadwalnya sendiri, PT KAI mengatakan kereta akan berangkat setiap hari Jumat malam, baik untuk tujuan Yogyakarta maupun Solo.last_img read more

Good week for Daniels at Millstreet International

first_imgGalway man Cathal Daniels has had a good week at Millstreet International in Cork with with his two mounts OLS Back Chat and EI Tanretto DHI. OLS Back Chat, owned by Michelle Nelson and Kieran Connors put in a solid performance all week adding just 4 jumping faults to his dressage score to finish 3rd in the Sport Ireland CCI2*. EI Tanretto DHI owned by Ian Woodhead won the 5 year old Potential Event Horse class.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img

Galway Unchanged, Two Switches For Waterford, Three Changes For Mayo, One for Armagh –…

first_imgGalway are unchanged from the side that beat Westmeath last time out, while Waterford boss Ciaran Curran has made two changes to his starting team, with Cora Murray and Brigita Valuntaite coming in for Aisling Mullaney and Mairead Wall. This game is Live on the Spórt TG4 YouTube page, andcan be accessed at the following link: https://bit.ly/2PRgom8Mayo boss Peter Leahy has made three changes in personnel for their quarter-final clash with Armagh. (Live on TG4, 1pm). After getting past the challenge of Donegal toqualify for the last eight, Leahy has handed starts to Kathryn Sullivan, EmmaNeedham and Maria Reilly for this one, with Róisín Flynn, Dayna Finn and FionaDoherty dropping out of the team that started last time out. Mayo, the 2017 Finalists, have their sights set on asemi-final at Croke Park on August 25, with the winners of their tie withArmagh to face off against Galway or Waterford. Armagh have been forced to make a change to the teamthat accounted brilliantly for Cork in the group stages, a result that sent theOrchard County into the quarter-finals. Star forward Aimee Mackin was forced off athalf-time in that game, and she’s named on the bench for this one, with AveenDonaldson given the nod to start. The other senior clash taking place over the weekendis on Sunday, when Cavan and Westmeath battle it out in Kinnegad (3.45pm) in arelegation play-off clash. The winners of this one will play SeniorChampionship football again in 2020, with the losers to gain a second chance aweek later against Monaghan. Cavan have replaced Elaine Walsh with Róisín Reillybetween the sticks, while Joanne Moore gets the nod ahead of Aisling Gilsenan,as manager James Daly makes two changes in personnel from the side that startedagainst Cork in the group stages. Cavan survived relegation last year after seeing offTipperary in a must-win encounter, while opponents Westmeath make one change tothe team that narrowly lost out to Kerry, with Nicole Feery named atleft-half-forward ahead of Annie Dolan. There are also two Intermediate Championshiprelegation fixtures on Sunday, with the losers of Limerick v Laois and Wicklowv Leitrim to play in the Junior grade next year. And in this year’s Junior competition, theAll-Ireland semi-final pairings will be confirmed over the weekend, with thefinal group games between London and Carlow, and Fermanagh and Derry, down fordecision. Galway (v Waterford): L Murphy; N Ward, S Burke, F Cooney; O Murphy, B Hannon, C Cooney; L Ward, Á McDonagh; O Divilly, M Glynn, M Seoighe; T Leonard, S Conneally, R Leonard. Waterford (v Galway): R Landers; C Murray, CMcGrath, Kate McGrath; R Tobin, Karen McGrath, E Murray; K Murray, C Fennell; AWall, K Hogan, B Valuntaite; E Fennell, M Ryan, M Delahunty. Armagh (v Mayo): A Carr; S Marley, C McCambridge, CMorgan; M Sheridan, N Marley, C McKenna; T Grimes, C O’Hanlon; M Moriarty, KMallon, C Marley; A Donaldson, B Mackin, A McCoy. Mayo (v Armagh): A Tarpey; N O’Malley, D Caldwell, ÉRoynane, K Sullivan, Ciara McManamon, C Whyte; Clodagh McManamon, E Needham; SCafferky, M Reilly, N Kelly; S Rowe, R Kearns, G Kelly. Cavan (v Westmeath): R O’Reilly; J Moore, R Doonan,S Reilly; S Greene, M Sheridan, S Lynch; N Byrd, S O’Sullivan; L McVitty, DEnglish, C Finnegan; A Maguire, A Sheridan, L Fitzpatrick. Westmeath (v Cavan): L McCormack; R Dillon, JRogers, L Power; K Boyce-Jordan, K McDermott, F Coyle; J Maher, M.A. Foley; SDolan, A Jones, N Feery; L Slevin, F Claffey, V Carr. Limerick (v Laois): R McGuinness; R Daly, AHartigan, K Reidy; C Sheehy, N Ryan, C Mee; L Hanley, C Ní Cheallaigh; KHeelan, R Ambrose, I Kenneally; O Giltenane, M Kavanagh, E Ryan. Laois (v Limerick): A Hyland Conlon; M Young, JMoore, A Kelly; L Nerney, C Dunne, M Cotter; A Halberlin, E Healy; C Simms, AKeogh, E Fitzpatrick; E Lawlor, S Costello, M Nerney. Leitrim (v Wicklow): M Monahan; E Shanley, LMaguire, K Connolly; S O’Rourke, A Heslin, A Quinn; E O’Dowd, L O’Dowd; EKelly, M Heslin, C LaGuen; C Owens, V Egan, C McGovern. Wicklow (v Leitrim): K Connors; A Byrne, S.J.Winders, A Gillen; L Fusciardi, A Maher, T Dowling Costello; A Gorman, J Kinch;J Nolan Byrne, S Delahunt, M Deeney; M Kealy, L Hogan, A Murphy. London (v Carlow): C O’Reilly; N Walsh, R Hunt, NMulholland; C Twohig, N Lister, S Roche; N Daly, K Canavan; C O’Sullivan, HNoonan, C McCarthy; C McGahan, A Kilkelly, C O’Brien.  Carlow (v London): N Hanley; A Dowling, FO’Sullivan, L Mullins; E Atkinson, A Roche, K Clarke; C Mullins, E Hayden; MKinsella, R Byrne, N Forde; R Sawyer, C Ní Shé. Fermanagh (v Derry): R Gleeson; A Maguire, A Murphy,Á McGovern; M McGloin, C Murphy, S McQuaid; R O’Reilly, A Flanagan; J Doonan, LMaguire, D Maguire; A O’Brien, E Smyth, B Bogue. Derry (v Fermanagh): K Connery; N Browne, A McGough,A Frizelle; G Conway, N Nugent, D Kivlehan; A Laverty, C McGurk; Emma Doherty,C Moore, C Holly; Erin Doherty, D Connelly, D McNicholl.  print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email ALL Four All-Ireland Quarter Finalists have named their teams for the games tomorrow in Glennon Brothers Pearse Park. Compiled by Jackie Cahilllast_img read more

Trainer Brian McMahon Reflects On Double Success in Navan

first_imgprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email 14-year-old Seskinane won theHandicap Hurdle at 14/1; while Se Mo Laoch came home first at 9/1 in theHandicap Chase. Photo (c) Navan Racecourse McMahon joined the ‘Over The Line’ team last night and chatted to Galway Bay FM’s George McDonagh. Clare trainer Brian McMahon is now officially Galway based after buying a new yard but it has proven a successful venture as he picked up another two wins last Sunday in Navan.last_img

Maybe Your Customers Don’t Want to Talk to You

first_imgTags:#Analysis#start 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…center_img Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting audrey watters Despite all the buzz surrounding social media marketing, its promise to better enable conversations between businesses and their customers, a recent essay in the Harvard Business Review by Matt Dixon and Lara Ponomareff point to research that suggests that maybe your customers really aren’t that interested in talking to you after all.“Have you ever walked into an airport, seen that there is nobody in line at the check-in counter, but still made a bee-line for the self-service kiosk?” the authors ask. “Better yet, have you ever waited in line for an ATM machine even though there is nobody in line for the teller inside the bank?” If you answered “yes” to either of these questions, you’re like most customers, who are increasingly turning to self-service options, even though companies seem to think customers would prefer to interact with them live.According to Dixon and Ponomareff’s research, companies believe that their customers vastly prefer live over self-service. But the authors’ data shows that customers are actually statistically indifferent about this. Self-service is seen as just as good as using the phone, for example. And this lack of preference holds, regardless of age, demographic, and type or urgency of the issue. The authors have been tracking customer service interactions for a number of years and, lack of preference aside, note the decline in the number over the last five years who list the phone as their primary means of securing customer service. They found, for example, that 57% of inbound calls come from customers who first tried to resolve their problem via the company’s website. And over 30% of callers are on the Web at the same time that they are talking to a rep on the phoneSo why the decline in turning to the phone? Arguably self-service is more efficient, less annoying. It gives consumers a feeling of control. It points to “our infatuation with gadgetry and electronic communication,” the authors suggest.And they also suggest, it might be that customers are shifting to self-service because “they don’t want a relationship with companies.” Sure, they want their issues fixed, their problems resolved, but that’s it. “While this secular trend could be explained away as just a change in consumers’ channel preferences, skeptics might argue that customers never wanted the kind of relationship that companies have always hoped for, and that self service now allows customers the ‘out’ they’ve been looking for all along.”And while this might seem like a dilemma for “social media marketing” and for the promise of deepened customers’ ties with brands and companies, it also seems like an opportunity (and a nod) for developing more and better self-service platforms.last_img read more