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first_imgPhi Beta Kappa recently elected 24 students from the Class of 2010 to the Harvard College chapter of Alpha Iota of Massachusetts. The following juniors, including their concentrations and Houses, were inducted:Zachary Ryan Abel, math, computer science, Kirkland HouseZachary Carl Arnold, social studies, Eliot HouseJeremy Noah Aron-Dine, linguistics, Leverett HouseDaniel Marcus Bear, molecular and cellular biology, Adams HouseMalcolm Guy Campbell, chemistry, physics, Quincy HouseBrian Shifang Chen, social studies, Eliot HouseTimothy Hwa-wei Hsieh, physics, math, Currier HouseWenna Jia, economics, Adams HouseEric Tobias Lander, linguistics, Quincy HouseAndrew Quang-Viet Le, economics, Quincy HouseChristopher Taekyu Lim, music, math, Lowell HouseStephanie Hoi-yee Lo, economics, Cabot HouseMary Anne Marks, classics, English, Leverett HouseVikram Rajan Modi, applied math, Winthrop HouseColin James Motley, economics, Winthrop HouseJeffrey Delaney Nanney, applied math, Currier HouseHamida Boatemaah Owusu, African and African American Studies, Winthrop HousePalmer Rampell, English, Leverett HouseAnthony Caswell Speare, sociology, Dunster HouseDennis Liu Sun, music, math, Cabot HouseYi Sun, math, Cabot HouseJulia Ye, molecular and cellular biology, Kirkland HouseChelsea Yuan Zhang, applied math, Kirkland HouseJohn Cong Zhou, applied math, Winthrop Houselast_img read more

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first_img Share Share Sharing is caring! Tweet NewsRegional Guyana authorities move to end circulation of inappropriate videos containing children by: Caribbean Media Corporation – February 7, 2017center_img Share 35 Views   no discussions GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) — The Guyana government today warned people here that they could face criminal charges if they continued to circulate inappropriate video content involving school-aged children on social media platformsMinister of Social Protection, Amna Ally, said the video images of the children in inappropriate acts have been brought to the attention of her ministry and that the first response was to stop their circulation.She warned that circulating the videos constitutes a criminal offence, adding that the children involved will be given all the support and counselling needed.She also urged parents, teachers and other stakeholders to get involved to help stop the circulation of the explicit videos and support the children.The Director of Child Care Protection Agency (CPA), Ann Greene, reinforced that sharing the videos is a crime and urged people to delete them.“You’re exposing the children, you’re putting them at a risk and you’re making them more vulnerable so it should stop. Yes you sent it to the authorities. We got it, we’re going to do something about it but please stop. We need to help our children,” Greene saidGreene said parents and children are being counselled “to let us understand what has happened, if these children were drugged and so on.“We’re concerned and there is a lot of work to be done with our young people.”last_img read more

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first_imgWellington Police notes: Tuesday, July 24, 2018:•5:41 a.m. Officers took a miscellaneous report in the 200 block S. Jefferson, Wellington.•12:07 p.m. Officers conducted a lost driver’s license report in the 200 block N. C, Wellington.•4:56 p.m. Officers investigated a burglary in the 300 block S. C, Wellington.•5 p.m. Non-Injury accident in the 200 block E. Harvey, Wellington involving vehicles operated by Richard D. Hamilton, 58, Wellington and Glenda S. Cowell, 71, Wellington.•5 p.m. Officers investigated driving while license is suspended and no proof of insurance in the 200 block E. Harvey, Wellington.•5 p.m. Richard D. Hamilton, 58, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for no proof of insurance, drivers license violation and inattentive driving.•5:42 p.m. Officers conducted a report of child abuse in the 200 block N. C, Wellington.last_img read more

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first_imgPhil Cawse (11) had a day to remember, returning a superb 41 points to win the A Flight by six from Jeff North (9) and Phonsie McGahan (6) who both finished on 35 points to take second and third places in that order.Friday’s flight winners, Ben Findon, left, and Jeff North, right, pose with the staff at the Caddyshack.The B Flight scores were somewhat lower with Colin Gregg (27) taking the win with 32 points ahead of Bruce Tollitt (19) and Greg Ritchie (19) who had to be separated by count-back after they both returned with 31 points – Bruce getting the verdict.Damien Trant, Phil Sharple and Phonsie McGahan all collected ‘2’s to share the pot.Friday, Nov. 19, Green Valley – StablefordA large posse of twenty seven took on Green Valley on Friday separated once more into two flights.The scores were generally excellent and Jeff North had the best of the bunch with an A Flight winning 42 points off his 9 H/cap.  Phonsie McGahan (6) finished second on 37 points and Ted Gardner (8) and Helmut Hebstreit (12) took third and fourth respectively on 36 points after undergoing the count-back procedure.Ben Findon (20) was the top man in the second flight with his 39 points ahead of Keith Johnson (22) and Les Hall (18) who both returned level par 36’s, with Keith getting the count-back nod.  Bernard Channing (21) meanwhile took fourth spot on 35.Ben Findon, Les Hall, Helmut Hebstreit, Bill Collis, Bruce Tollitt and Phonsie McGahan split the ‘2’s pot. PSC golf from the CaddyshackWednesday, Nov. 17, Bangpakong – StablefordA group of twenty players split into two flights took the trip north to Bangpakong to tackle this testing course.last_img read more

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first_imgDay one of the Galway cross country championships was held in beautiful sunshine in the Palace Ground sin Tuam Sunday last, and there were some superb races on the busy programme. Galway Bay Half marathon, 10k, and marathon The Galway Bay series of races was held in beautiful sunshine in Salthill on Saturday lastGary O’Hanlon of Clonliffe Harriers won the marathon in a superb time of 2 hrs 25, well clear of Brendan Hession of Mayo AC in second in 2 hrs 50 and Kevin Ward third in 2.55. First lady home was Rachel Stokes in 3hrs 14 mins.Mark Dooley of Donore Harriers took a clear win in the half marathon, clocking 71 minutes for victory, ahead of Trevor Connolly and Gearoid Hynes, while Ann Lennon of Mayo AC won the ladies section in 1hr 24 mins with Grainne Ni Uallachain and Siobhan Egan of GCH next home.Raheny athlete Freddy Keron Sittuk won a hard fought 10k, beating Conor Dooney by just seven seconds, clocking 31.18 to Dooney’s 31.25. Kenny Rogers of St John’s AC placed third. First lady home was Siobhan O Doherty of Borrisokane AC in a fast 35.05 with GCH athlete Neasa Coll second in 36.24 and Norah Newcombe third County Road 10k championships The County 10k championships will be held at 4pm on Saturday 8 October in Carna, Conamara, Registration is from 2:00-3:30pm in Óstán Charna. Prizes: 1/2 Man and Woman, 1 Man and Woman over 40, 1st Man and Woman over 50. This race is being organised by Cumann Lúthchleas Chonamara in conjunction with Oireachtas na Gaeilge. The race has an AI permit. Register online below €20 or on the day. Techie ‘Na Rásaí’ t-shirt for the first 100 who register. County medals for the first three home and masters in each category.Cross Country fixturesThe Galway Cross country championships second day is fixed for Sunday 9th October, when the Uneven Juvenile Ages (U9-U19) will take place at South Park in the Claddagh in Galway from 1pmprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email In the main event of the day, Brian O’Connor of Galway City Harriers (pictured above) took the County senior cross country title for the first time after an epic battle with Peter O’Sullivan of Craughwell AC. The Moycullen man produced one of his best ever performances, picking off athletes throughout the race, to take the prestigious County senior title ahead of O’Sullivan and Timmy Jones of GCH in third and first veteran.  Joe Tannian of GCH took overall race honours and the County junior title with an impressive display of front running. GCH took the Men’s team title.Eanna Folan of GCH won the U18 title ahead of Gary Martyn, and is one to watch at National level this seasonIn the ladies championships, Jean O’Connor of GCH took a well-earned Senior title with Margaret Kilkenny of Ballinasloe and District AC claiming the Master’s gold, Ballinasloe AC took Ladies team goldCaron Ryan of Craughwell AC won the U18 girls event from the front, finishing ahead of Aoife King of GCH.At U16 level, there were impressive wins for Sarah Gilhooley of Athenry AC in the girls and rising star Aaron Brennan of GCH in the Boys event.In the U14s, Emma Moore of GCH continues to impress, taking victory after a storming last lap to come just ahead of clubmate Eimear Rowe, with Sean Cotter of Craughwell AC taking the U 14 Boys title just ahead of Rory Fitzpatrick of Athenry AC. GCH took the Girls team win with Craughwell taking the boys titleAt U12 level Ava McKeon of GCH took the girls title, with Mark O’Halloran of Athenry AC claiming the boys win GCH took the Girls team honours with Craughwell taking the boy’s title.Laoise McGrath of Loughrea AC won the U 10 girls race, while Enda Keane of East Galway AC surged to victory in the U10 Boys event. Craughwell AC won the Girls team gold, while Tuam AC took a well-deserved gold in the Boys race. Galway Cross Country Championshipslast_img read more

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first_imgRugby’s All-Ireland League begins on Saturday with two big games for the two senior Galway City Clubs, Corinthians and Galwegians. Galwegians are Division 2A and are away to Blackrock College while Corinthians are in Division 2B and will be at home to Belfast Harlequins with both games kicking off at 2.30pm. The Opening Round Of Fixtures In Both Divisions Are…… Division Two ABlackrock College RFC v GalwegiansCashel RFC v DolphinNavan RFC v Nenagh OrmondQueens University v Old CrescentU.L. Bohemian v Highfield Joining Gerry, George and William in Studio were Tom Glynn, President Corinthians RFC,  Michael Tarpey, President Galwegians RFC, JP Cooney and Aaron Broderick, Coach and Captain of Corinthians RFC and Brian McLearn and Anthony Ryan, Coach and Captain of Galwegians and Padraic Moran, Vice President of Galwegians RFC.Audio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/CORINTHIANS%20AND%20GALWEGIANS%20FEATURE.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Division Two BGalway Corinthians RFC v Belfast HarlequinsWanderers v GreystonesDungannon v SkerriesMU Barnhall v Rainey OBSundays Well v Sligoprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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first_img1933/34- Galway 2-6 Cavan 0-7 Galway footballers will meet Cavan in the Allianz Football League on Sunday for the first time since 2016, when the sides meet in Pearse Stadium at 2.30pm. The Breffni men have won the last 2 encounters between the sides, including a 2 point win in 2015 when they last played in Pearse Stadium. In 2004, Galway beat Cavan by a point in a Division 1B clash in Breffni Park before going on to the league final in Croke Park where they lost 3-11 to 1-16 in a classic final against Kerry. 1982/83- Galway 2-12 Cavan 1-91983/84- Galway 1-8 Cavan 0-81985/86- Galway 2-7 Cavan 0-111987/88- Galway 1-8 Cavan 1-71988/89- Galway 1-12 Cavan 0-152004- Galway 2-12 Cavan 2-112015- Cavan 0-12 Galway 0-102016- Cavan 1-16 Galway 1-12center_img 1933-1934: GALWAY: M. Brennan; H. Carey, M.Connaire, P.J. Mc Donnell; C. Connolly, T. Hughes, F. Fox; D O’Connell, J. Dunne; F. Burke, P. Kelly, R. Griffin; J. Kellegher, M. Ferriter, B. Nestor.1982-1983: GALWAY: P. Coyne; J. Hughes, S. Kineavy, F. Broderick; P. O’Neill, P. Lee, S McHugh; B. Talty, R. Lee; B. Brennan, T. Tierney, B O’Donnell; T. Naughton, C. O’Dea, G. McManus1983-1984: GALWAY: P.Coyne; P. Lee, F. Broderick, S McHugh; P. O’Neill, R. Lee, M. Coleman; B. Talty, T. Tierney; M. Brennan, G. McManus, S. Joyce; P. O’ Dea, V. Daly, K. Clancy.1985- 1986: GALWAY: P. Coyne; L. Wade, G. Dolan, S McHugh; E. Guerin, V. Daly, A O’Sé; T. Tierney, M. Tierney; B O’Donell, G McManus, M. Brennan; B. Barrett, D. Greaney, J. Coleman.1987- 1988: GALWAY: M. Somers; S. Glynn, F. Broderick, T. Greaney; J. Fallon, A. Mulholland, M. Coleman; V. Daly, K. Walsh; J O’ Dé, G. McManus, F. O’Neill; T. Mannion, G. Burke, W. Hughes.1988-1989: GALWAY: M. Somers; B. Walsh, J. Fallon, S McHugh; S. Glynn, D. Tummon, A. Mulholland; T. Tierney, M. Duggan; M. Gavin, C O’De, P. Kelly; J O’De, J. Joyce, J. Coleman.2004: GALWAY: Alan Keane; Michael Comer, Gary Fahey, Clive Monaghan; Declan Meehan, Paul Clancy, Sean De Paor; Joe Bergin (0-1), Sean Ó Dómhnaill; Matthew Clancy (1-2), Michael Donnellan (0-1), John Devane (1-1); Michael Meehan (0-4), Padraic Joyce (0-2), Noel Meehan (0-1). Subs: Brian Dooney for C Monaghan (38 mins); Michael Joyce for N Meehan (44).CAVAN: P O’Dowd; C McGovern, T Prior, P Brady; E Reilly, T Crowe (0-1), S Brady; P McKenna, C Collins; N Walsh, M Lyng (0-3), L Reilly (0-2); S Johnston (0-1), J Reilly (1-1), A Forde (0-2) Subs: D Rabbitte for T Prior (16 mins); M McKeever (1-0) for S Brady (35 mins); F O’Reilly for Johnston (61); P Reilly for Walsh (62); R Donoghue for P Brady (64).2015: GALWAY: Maghnus Breathnach; Johnny Duane, Finian Hanley, Cathal Sweeney; Paul Varley, Garreth Bradshaw, Gary O’Donnell; Fiontain O’ Curraoin, Enda Tierney; Damien Comer (0-3, 0-1 free, 0-1 ‘45), Paul Conroy (0-2, 0-1 free), Sean Denvir; Michael Martin (0-4, 0-4 frees), Adrian Varley, Danny Cummins (0-1). Subs: Eddie Hoare for A Varley (54 mins), Shane Walsh for Denvir (61 mins).CAVAN: C Gilsenan; J McLoughlin, R Flanagan, R Dunne; J McEnroe (0-1), F Flanagan, K Brady; T Corr (0-1), G McKiernan (0-1); N McDermott (0-1), D McVeety (0-1), M Reilly (0-1, 0-1 free); C Mackey, C Moynagh, J Brady (0-1).2016: GALWAY: Maghnus Breathnach; David Wynne 0-1, Declan Kyne, Cathal Sweeney; Liam Silke, Gary O’Donnell, Garreth Bradshaw; Tom Flynn, Paul Conroy; Gary Sice 0-3, 3f, Patrick Sweeney 1-0, Eamon Brannigan 0-2; Shane Walsh 0-4, Danny Cummins 0-1, Damien Comer 0-1, 1f, 1 45. Subs: Johnny Heaney for Cummins 48 mins; Adrian Varley for Sweeney 52; Sean Denvir for Sice 62; Eddie Hoare for Brannigan 71CAVAN: R Galligan 0-2, 2 45s; P Faulkner, J McLoughlin, K Clarke 0-1; Killian Brady, C Moynagh, Ciaran Brady; T Corr, L Buchanan 0-1; D McVeety 0-1, G McKiernan 0-5, M Reilly; J Brady 0-2, 2f, D Givney 1-1, M Argue. Subs: N Murray 0-1 for Argue 50 mins; E Keating 0-2 for Brady 56; C Mackey for Reilly 60; R Dunne for Buchanan 63 (black card); C Conroy for Corr 71print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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first_imgThere has been no organised sport in Ireland for 10 weeks. The stark reality is that the knock-on effects of Covid-19 financially for all sports organisations in the country are devastating. Within the last week, we have seen a number of our major team sports talk publicly of losses up to 70% of their turnover. Unfortunately, we are also seeing these type of percentages in revenue losses right across the sporting landscape in Ireland. All sports have been impacted.While we welcome the setting up of the Return to Sport Expert Group, its remit is very specific which is to assess the consistency of the various protocols being prepared by NGBs to return to sport in Ireland. The Federation believes however that in addition to this Group, that sport needs a separate Task Force similar to the one Government has set up for the Tourism Industry. We need innovative thinking, swift action, and investment at local and national level providing business and administrative supports to Irish Sport to help sustain it through this unprecedented emergency and the recovery.The fact is that many of our 13,000 clubs and sporting organisations may not survive the financial impact of Covid-19 without financial assistance now. We are calling on the Government to introduce a Resilience Fund for sport immediately.While the government are to be commended not alone on their support for the charitable sector but also for the €250 million fund set up for small business, the reality is that sport needs similar support. Sports clubs across all sports are in most cases small businesses as well as social enterprises – in some cases not that small either!  It is all too easy to forget that sport in Ireland is today an industry that employs some 40,000 people (supported by some 500,000 volunteers) and which also accounts for €2.7 billion in consumer spending. It also is worth €500 million to our tourism industry.The Covid-19 Irish Sport Resilience Fund needs to be established by Government as a matter of urgency. Similar funds were introduced by Sport England and Sport New Zealand a number of weeks ago.  As is the case in both those countries, support will be needed for club and community sports organisations as well as sports organisations funded through Sport Ireland. This financial assistance must help sports organisations facing particular financial difficulty and support organisations in getting back to business and adapting to the new reality as restrictions lift. There has been a significant fall off in income, as the normal revenue sources such as subscriptions, gate receipts, sponsorship, summer camp and coach education income have dried up. At the same time, running costs including insurance and facilities maintenance all continue to be incurred. Most sports clubs are not-for-profit organisations with minimal reserves, and they are now also facing substantial costs to be able to implement return to sport protocols in accordance with public health guidelines.This at a time when physical activity and exercise has never been as important to maintain both physical and mental well-being. Irish Sport is supporting the Government call in this regard with sports organisations of all types being innovative in their use of digital channels to encourage activity and maintain a sense of community.How Our Sport is FaringMany of our member NGBs have serious concerns about the financial impact that Covid-19 has had, and will continue to have, on sport and the return to sport in Ireland. After consulting a number of our member sports, it is clear from the comments below that the financial outlook is stark for many.Sarah Keane, CEO, Swim Ireland“Whilst we have been operating at full speed providing different engagement opportunities for our members (over 2,000 people will have undergone some form of training/learning with us in May alone), we are very concerned about our clubs and getting our members back into the water. We are particularly concerned about the ability of swimming pools to open and be viable whilst adhering to physical distancing protocols. Many are facing a scenario of retaining 80-100% of the running costs whilst operating at only 30-40% of capacity. The impact of this on swimming, leisure centres and hotels, and therefore our sport and physical activity, is potentially catastrophic.”Hamish Adams, CEO, Athletics Ireland“The financial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has been extremely severe on our business. We are an NGB that prides itself in terms of revenue generation through our recreation, competition and sponsorship ability. In a normal year, we generate approximately 60% of our income from these sources and 40% is granted by Sport Ireland. However, this year we are forecasting a decrease in total revenue in the area of 30% of turnover. This represents over €1.5 million loss to our organisation. Additionally, our clubs, county boards and provinces are also hurting financially due to significant losses, as no recreational events or competitions are taking place. As an organisation, we are under severe financial stress at this time and we greatly appreciate the government Wage Subsidy Scheme and any future support packages.”Ciaran Gallagher, CEO, Gymnastics Ireland“Gymnastics Ireland membership consists of a network of clubs that operate as Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) with turnovers ranging from €50k p/a to over €1million p/a and catering for 36,000 individual members. We recently surveyed our clubs and the findings show the devastating impact Covid-19 has had on them. For instance, each month our clubs are not trading – this equates to a loss of €2.4million within the club network. We have approximately 1,500 people employed in the sport nationally and, at present, 88% of club network staff have either been laid-off or furloughed. Only 4% of our clubs believe they can make it through the next 3-6 months under current conditions, with many having concerns about their ability to start back up from a financial perspective.”Bernard O’Byrne, CEO, Basketball Ireland“The National Basketball Arena in Tallaght has been closed since March 13th, with all income immediately ceased and bookings over the coming months cancelled. This represents a huge hit on the income of Basketball Ireland and to exacerbate things further, our insurance company insists that the ‘Business Disruption’ clause in our policy does not cover this loss of earnings. At club level, we have surveyed our 48 National League clubs and almost universally, the feedback is that clubs will struggle to re-start financially. Gate receipts will be down due to expected restrictions and the late start of the season, but the major impact will be to sponsorships. Local businesses especially are signalling great difficulty in honouring agreements. It is highly likely that some clubs will cease to operate, and this will cause great disappointment in local communities. Overall, urgent meaningful government financial assistance for sport is crucial. Otherwise, the fabric of sport, and indeed society, will be fractured and may crumble in many cases.”Matt McKerrow, CEO, Cycling Ireland“The Covid-19 pandemic has had a significant financial impact on Cycling Ireland, with the cancellation of events nationwide, and the cessation of all club activities. In 2019, Cycling Ireland’s total income was €4.5 million, with almost one-third coming from membership. The restrictions have resulted in a decrease in the number of members – in particular racing members – for March and April, by 33% and 84% respectively. Cycling Ireland continues to be supported with grant income from a number of agencies including Sport Ireland, Sport NI and DTTAS. Cycling Ireland operates on a not-for-profit basis, with all membership invested into the development of the sport, getting more people on bikes and delivering success on the world stage.”Harry Hermon, CEO, Sailing Ireland“As with other sports, many Sailing Clubs and watersports activity centres across the country have been severely impacted financially by the efforts to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Although our coastline and inland waterways qualify as an ‘outdoor amenity’, allowed to resume in Phase 1 today, it is unfortunate that as a result of continued overheads that have needed to be paid through the restrictions without an income to support them, and with the limitations around social distancing and travel restrictions of the early phases of reopening, there are significant numbers whose doors still remain closed. Those that have managed to open for watersports activities, have done so in a very limited capacity, and we hope they will still be operational when restrictions are fully lifted. Matt English, CEO, Special Olympics Ireland“Special Olympics is grateful for both the core financial support received from Sport Ireland and Sport Northern Ireland and the more recent Covid-19 schemes announced like wages subsidy and some other schemes announced by the Department of Rural Community Development. However, the cancellation of our Collection Day in April and countless other community-based fundraising events will be very damaging and will significantly dent our hard-fought-for reserves. Sport will play a huge part in improving the physical and mental well-being of the nation. Any stimulus funding would be hugely welcomed.”print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Federation calls for a Resilience Fund for Sport and a task force to specifically focus on the survival and reignition of sport organisations nationwide   Issued on behalf of our members the 81 National Governing Bodies and 29 Local Sports Partnerships that organise Sport and Physical Activity in Irelandlast_img read more

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first_img REVEALED ✍️ We’ve completed the signing of defender Adam Webster on a four-year deal from @BristolCity.😃 What a start to the weekend!📲 Breaking news brought to you by @eToro.#BHAFC 🔵⚪️— Brighton & Hove Albion ⚽️ (@OfficialBHAFC) August 3, 2019Head coach Graham Potter said, “Adam is a player the club has been aware of for sometime, and someone we came up against last season at Swansea City.“He is a quality defender, comfortable on the ball, fits the profile of the type of player we want to bring to the club, and he was very keen to join us. Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January targets Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing LATEST TRANSFER NEWS LATEST “He is still relatively young, but has good experience from the number of games he has played. Predominately a centre-half, he can also play at right-back, and he will bring additional competition alongside our existing defensive options.”Webster pens a four-year deal with the Seagulls and becomes their third signing of the summer following the arrivals of Trossard and Matt Clarke from Portsmouth.His signing comes as Brighton’s Lewis Dunk is being widely linked with a move to Leicester as a replacement for Manchester United-bound Harry Maguire. Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti center_img three-way race LIVING THE DREAM Brighton have confirmed the signing of Adam Webster from Championship club Bristol City for a club-record fee.It is understood the Seagulls have paid £20million for the 24-year-old centre-back, eclipsing the £18m spent on Leandro Trossard earlier this summer. The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star targets Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer TOP WORK moving on last_img read more

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first_imgSource: Big Brand Beds: How Technology Affects Sleep.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading…RelatedHappiness in the Workplace [Infographic]Your mood can impact your work life, how you get your work done, your interactions with others, and the quality of the work you do. Sleep, exercise, staying healthy, and keeping positive can all improve our happiness levels at work. According to this infographic from Career Savvy, by identifying the…In “Web design & development links”Does Going Offline Make You Smarter? [Infographic]With three out of five people spending more time with technology than their spouse and more than 80% of mobile phone users interrupting conversations to check their devices, you have plenty of reasons for going offline. And as this infographic from Who Is Hosting This? points out, unconnecting in a…In “Internet”Distractions in the Workplace and How to Regain Focus [Infographic]Whether it’s email messages, text messages, chatty co-workers or personal stress, employees face a never-ending array of distractions in the workplace. It doesn’t matter what industry you work in, the distractions take away your focus, and keep you from being productive at work. According to this infographic created by Virgin…In “Business” Not getting enough sleep? Did you know that using technology could be negatively affecting your ability to get a good night’s sleep? The How Technology Affects Sleep infographic takes a look at how different technology devices may be affecting your sleep patterns as you settle in for a good night’s sleep. You’ll also discover tips for how to get a better night’s sleep. Do you think technology is affecting your sleep? Leave a comment below.Key Takeaways60 percent of 13-64 year olds experience problems sleeping63 percent of those surveyed didn’t feel they get enough sleep15 percent of 19-64 year olds get less than six hours of sleep on weeknights95 percent use electronics in the hour before they went to sleepLack of sleep is associated with ongoing depression, obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular diseaseLight emitted from displays of tablets and similar devices can suppress melatonin, which affects our natural body clockMelatonin is a hormone produced by the pineal gland at night, under the conditions of darkness. It signals nighttime information throughout the body. Short-wavelength light can slow or even decrease melatonin production, interrupting sleepUsing a self-luminous display for two hours before bed can suppress melatonin by 22 percent95 percent of 18-29 year olds sleep with phone next to their bed25 percent of people don’t silence their phone before going to bed10 percent of people are woken up regularly by calls, text or emails50 percent of people will look at their phone immediately if they wake up during the nightTelevision and playing video games also affect your ability to get to sleep, raising your heart rateTips to improve your ability to get a good night’s sleep:Read a book with an indirect lamp to help you relax and get a good night’s sleepKeep a journal by your bed to get your thoughts out of your headListen to gentle or relaxing music to help you drift off and get a sound sleepeBook readers such as Amazon’s Kindle don’t have a luminous display and will helplast_img read more

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