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Barrott and Shaw to leave Multiplex

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Siem Sells ‘Siem Sailor’

first_img[mappress]June 05, 2014 Norwegian Offshore ship supplier Siem Offshore is selling its platform supply vessel “Siem Sailor”Siem Meling Offshore DA, Siem Offshore’s subsidiary, has entered into an agreement for the sale of the 2007 built Platform Supply Vessel “Siem Sailor” to a company controlled by O. H. Meling & Co. AS at price of NOK 295 million (USD 49.7 million). The vessel is scheduled for delivery in July 2014.Siem Meling Offshore DA is 51% owned by Siem Offshore Inc. and 49% owned by a company controlled by O. H. Meling & Co. AS.last_img read more

U21: Italy v Iceland line-ups

first_img Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/ Patrick Cutrone, Andrea Pinamonti and Riccardo Sottil lead the Italy attack in an Under-21 European Championship qualifier with Iceland. It kicks off at 17.30 GMT at SPAL’s Stadio Paolo Mazza in Ferrara. The Azzurrini are currently third in European Under-21 Championship qualifying Group 1 on seven points from three games. However, Iceland on nine points have already played four matches, while the Republic of Ireland have 13 points from six encounters. Paolo Nicolato already had a lot of injury concerns to deal with, then Sandro Tonali was poached to play for the senior Italy squad. Wolves striker Cutrone, Inter-owned Andrea Pinamonti – currently on loan at Genoa – and Fiorentina’s Riccardo Sottil complete the trident attack. Italy U21: Carnesecchi; Del Prato, Gabbia, Ranieri, Sala; Maggiore, Carraro, Locatelli; Sottil, Pinamonti, Cutrone Italy bench: Plizzari, Adjapong, Tripaldelli, Esposito, Casale, Scamacca, Maistro, Bettella, Zanellato Iceland U21: PS Gunnarsson; Sampsted, Leifsson, Palmason, H Gunnarsson; Thorsteinsson, W Willumsson, Finnsson, Hauksson; S Thordarson, S Gudjohnsen Iceland bench: Olafsson, T Gunnarsson, BV Jonsson, Jonsson, Hafsteinsson, Magnusson, B Willumsson, Ingimundarson, K Thordarson Ref: Fesnic (ROU)last_img read more

LeBron James Congratulates Former Duke Guard Quinn Cook On Winning D-League Rookie Of The Year

first_imgQuinn Cook celebrates win over Utah.HOUSTON, TX – MARCH 27: Quinn Cook #2 of the Duke Blue Devils walks off the court after defeating the Utah Utes 63-57 during a South Regional Semifinal game of the 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament at NRG Stadium on March 27, 2015 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)Former Duke star Quinn Cook is yet to realize his NBA dreams, but he is making a big impact in the D-League. Cook, who plays for the Canton Charge, was named the D-League’s rookie of the year today after an impressive first professional season.Congrats to @QCook323 – our 2015-16 Rookie of the Year! He averaged 19.6 PPG & 5.4 APG for the @CantonCharge pic.twitter.com/0Ga4pNIqON— NBA D-League (@nbadleague) April 11, 2016Cook was congratulated by the leader of the Charge’s NBA affiliate, LeBron James, after the announcement was made.Congrats to the young boy @QCook323 on Rookie of the Year honors in the D-league! Keep going lil homie #StriveForGreatness— LeBron James (@KingJames) April 11, 2016Seeing a LeBron ‘congratulations’ tweet drop in your mentions has to be pretty amazing.last_img read more

Memory of National Hero, Sam Sharpe, to be Honoured Every Labour Day Henceforth

first_imgStory Highlights Kingston’s Mayor, His Worship Councillor Delroy Williams, one of the other wreath layers at the Memorial Tribute, said that the country was honouring a citizen who paid the ultimate penalty for his fight against oppression for freedom of his people. “The freedom that we now enjoy, “Mayor Williams emphasised. The Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, the Honourable Olivia Grange announced today (May 23) that a Special Memorial Tribute honouring National Hero Samuel Sharpe will be the first official activity of Labour Day from now on.Minister Grange’s announcement came after she headed a list of officials laying wreaths at the Monument of Sam Sharpe at National Heroes Park this morning.Minister Grange said that, “The Government took the decision to honour the National Hero’s memory in this manner because May 23 which is the date on which Labour Day is observed coincides with the date Sam Sharpe was killed for his activism protest against the atrocities heaped on our people in his day.”“Sam Sharpe’s actions led the way for us to be the free people who we are today. Those who paved the way in the manner that he did should be constantly honoured by us and that is the reason this Special Memorial Tribute will remain on the Labour Day calendar in perpetuity,” Minister Grange said.She said also that the National Hero was being similarly honoured simultaneously in his hometown, Montego Bay.Kingston’s Mayor, His Worship Councillor Delroy Williams, one of the other wreath layers at the Memorial Tribute, said that the country was honouring a citizen who paid the ultimate penalty for his fight against oppression for freedom of his people. “The freedom that we now enjoy, “Mayor Williams emphasised.Another of the wreath layers, University of the West Indies Professor Verene Shepherd said that May 23 was always significant in Jamaica’s history. Hence, she said the lobbying that has persisted for the twinning of Labour Day and the date of the anniversary of the hanging of ‘Daddy’ Sharpe.Professor Shepherd said Jamaica must remember that Sam Sharpe was murdered for what he stood up for and said that his actions led ultimately to Emancipation.‘Not only should we receive an apology from the former colonisers but we should be paid reparation for the souls of our ancestors,’ was the view expressed by Professor Shepherd who is also Co-Chairman of the National Council on Reparation. Minister Grange said that, “The Government took the decision to honour the National Hero’s memory in this manner because May 23 which is the date on which Labour Day is observed coincides with the date Sam Sharpe was killed for his activism protest against the atrocities heaped on our people in his day.” The Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, the Honourable Olivia Grange announced today (May 23) that a Special Memorial Tribute honouring National Hero Samuel Sharpe will be the first official activity of Labour Day from now on.last_img read more