Rio Tinto’s St James’s revamp

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Euronav elected in sector-neutral Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index

first_imgEuronav NV today announced that the Company has again been included in the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (“GEI”). Background to Bloomberg Gender Equality Index (GEI) The 2020 Index was launched yesterday in the USA. The reference index measures gender equality across internal company statistics, employee policies, external community support and engagement, and gender-conscious product offerings. (Image Courtesy: Euronav) For the third consecutive time, Euronav is delighted to have made inclusion in the Bloomberg Gender Equality Index – an area which is very important within the Company. Throughout its organisation Euronav continues to look to make progress and provide an inclusive environment for all its employees. This Bloomberg GEI continues to gain important traction with itself with a record 325 companies included in this year’s Index – up from 230 companies last year. Euronav embraces the initiative wholeheartedly. Sea News, January 22 Author: Baibhav Mishra The 2020 GEI expands globally to represent 42 countries (compared to 36 countries in 2019) and a combined market capitalisation of USD 12 Trillion. Companies range from a variety of eleven industrial sectors, including communications, consumer staples, energy, financials, transportation, materials and technology. Euronav submitted a social survey created by Bloomberg in partnership with third-party experts, including Women’s World Banking, Catalyst, and Working Mother Media. Those included on this year’s index scored at or above a global threshold established by Bloomberg to reflect disclosure and the achievement or adoption of best-in-class statistics and policies. Both the survey and the GEI are voluntary and have no associated costs. The index is not ranked.last_img read more

National Weather Service Issues Flood Advisory South of Kenai

first_imgAll of those factors combined are resulting in elevated chances of areas like the Anchor River and other small streams to flood in coming days. The alert states that the combination of temperatures in the upper 30s to lower 40s and the recent heavy snowfall have increased the amount of runoff entering local waterways. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory for streams and rivers on the Western Kenai Peninsula south of Kenai. The lower section of the Anchor River is the most susceptible to high water due to the ice jam from earlier in the winter that has frozen solidly in place. The flood advisory is in effect until Tuesday afternoon.center_img There are also multiple rounds of rainfall possible over the next several days. If a flooded area impacts a roadway, the National Weather Service says do not attempt to travel through that area because it only takes a few inches of swiftly moving water to carry vehicles away. The National Weather Service says local law enforcement agencies will take reports of flooding and relay those to the NWS Forecast Office.last_img read more

The Farmers Market is Saturday from 8 am until 2 pm

first_imgLAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – The Farmers Market here in La Follette is ready for another Saturday of serving our community.     The usual cast of fun and creative folks will be on hand, Farmer John, Megan, Cindy and James, the wood master, and others.  All the fun runs from 8 am until 2 pm in the parking lot across from Doyle’s Tire Shop on the four lane.  The Farmers Market is open every Saturday through Saturday, October 5.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 07/19/2019-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

“Rounding the Bases” in Orioles’ 6-2 loss to Red Sox

first_imgWhat went wrong in the Orioles’ 6-2 defeat to the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday night?In trying to identify the top three losing factors with the addition of home plate for any not-so-honorable mentions and other notes, we go around the bases after the 50th game of the 2016 season.1st — Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts’ three-homer night started off with two poorly-located Kevin Gausman fastballs in the first two innings. Betts wasted little time giving Boston a 1-0 lead as he hit a low 93 mph fastball that leaked back over the heart of the plate. His second long ball was even more costly as catcher Matt Wieters set up low and away and Gausman’s 95 mph heater ran up and in before Betts muscled it off the bottom of the left-field foul pole for a three-run shot and a 5-0 lead in the second inning. Those drives along with Dustin Pedroia’s first-inning homer provided all the damage Boston would need as Gausman would then settle down to pitch better over his final four innings despite allowing three homers — the second straight start in which he’s allowed that many — and throwing first-pitch strikes to just nine of the 26 batters he faced.2nd — Former Baltimore prospect Eduardo Rodriguez was solid in his 2016 debut, but the Orioles bats were unproductive and impatient once again. Baltimore went 1-for-7 with runners in scoring position and failed to draw a walk in a game for just the fourth time all season. The frustrating approach was never more apparent than in the sixth when Manny Machado led off with a first-pitch double before Chris Davis, Mark Trumbo, and Matt Wieters were retired on seven pitches — and the trio swung at all of them. If you want to have a good chance against the dangerous Boston lineup, your own offense needs more than four runs over the first two games of a series.3rd — The best offense in the majors out-“Orioled” the Orioles for the second straight game with a total of four home runs. Betts hit his third homer of the night in the seventh inning off Dylan Bundy to extend the lead to 6-2 while the Orioles hit a few balls well with little to show for them. Filling in for Jackie Bradley Jr. in center field, Chris Young took away a potential two-run shot off the bat of Machado in the third when he made a leaping catch at the left-center wall. In the series’ first two games, the Red Sox homered seven times while Baltimore was without a home run.Home — A long Chris Davis blast down the right-field line stood as foul after a replay angle that could have apparently overturned the call came too late. Manager Buck Showalter said the shot made it clear that the ball was fair and would have made it a 6-4 game in the bottom of the eighth, but other camera angles available to the New York headquarters during the review were inconclusive. … Gausman gave up a season-high five earned runs and matched a career high in throwing 113 pitches. … Davis, Trumbo, Wieters, and Jonathan Schoop combined to go 0-for-16 with seven strikeouts. … Adam Jones’s single in the first inning moved him past Melvin Mora for sole possession of 11th place on the Orioles’ all-time hits list. … In the sixth, Gausman committed the eighth error by Orioles pitchers this season after the staff committed a total of 10 in 2015. … The Orioles have now lost seven of their last nine games and 10 of their last 15. … Mike Wright will go to the hill on Wednesday night while Boston will start right-hander Joe Kelly.last_img read more

Mickey ‘putts’ the lights out

first_img2nd Mark Wood (7) 34pts3rd Bob Newell (6) 31ptsMick Beresford found himself a little short of cash on Tuesday and was torn between visiting the ATM or playing a little golf.  The line was too long at the ATM so he joined us for a great day on the most challenging Bangpra layout and came away with 35 points and first place, despite a concerted effort by last week’s three time winner Mark Wood.Mick Beresford.‘Broad more’ Bob, suffering from a mild case of concussion, stuck his nose in there again with 31 points for third.  This now moves Bob into the lead of the career earning list of golfers who win money but do not play to their handicap, surpassing Jez ‘Lord Lucan’ Lees.Tuesday and Saturdays game were cancelled due to the PSC Monthly Medal held on Friday.Note:  The Players Lounge is situated on Soi Wat Sutthawas near to the Courtyard Pub just off Soi Siam Country Club.  Anyone wishing to play with us just pop in and add your name to the list or call Bob on 080 096 8232. Golf from the Players LoungeTuesday, May 14, Bangpra – Stableford1st Mick Beresford (18) 35ptslast_img read more

Disappointing debut for Ronaldinho on Mexican shores

first_imgFormer Barcelona star Ronaldinho’s debut for Mexican side Gallos de Querétaro didn’t quite go to plan.  The 34-year-old had been looking for a club since he left Brazilian side Atletico Mineiro in July and his contract in Mexico is likely to be his last. With 62 minutes on the clock, he had the chance to draw his new side level from the penalty spot. Unfortunately, he sent the ball over the bar. Hopefully they can forgive him for his disappointing debut. While with Barça, Ronaldinho won la Liga twice and the Champions League. Sport EN Ronaldinho joined Queretaro earlier this month and said at the time he chose Mexico because of the affection he has always received there. Tigres went onto win the game 1-0 thanks to a goal from Herculez Gómez in the first half. 18/09/2014 Upd. on 22/11/2016 at 03:06 CET You can watch his penalty miss here.last_img read more

FIFA World Cup 2018 : Harry Kane expresses distress over penalty decision in the…

first_imgAdvertisement hNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsbo6sWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eh6( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 99tzy8Would you ever consider trying this?😱1rmmCan your students do this? 🌚1hen2wRoller skating! Powered by Firework The match between England and Tunisia saw some controversial calls being given and some not given. Although England captain scored a brace in the match, he was frustrated for not being given the penalty on two clear occasions. Kyle walker conceded the penalty for throwing an elbow on Fakhreddine Ben Youssef, however, Harry Kane was denied the penalty on two clear occassions where he was bought to ground by Sassi in the first half and Yassine Meriah in the second half. On both the times, there was the availability of VAR but wasn’t used. The tottenham striker said that he maybe a bit dissapointed that he couldnt get the penalty given the fact that he thinks they got a penalty from a soft foul. But the fans spotted something in the same play where Kane went down. Replays showed that prior to Kane being brought down, Stones clearly pushed his marker to the floor. But nothing explains the second penalty not being given for the English striker. Kane being wrestled down to the floor in the first half.Advertisement However, England fans were convinced Harry Kane was fouled inside the penalty box and they should have been given a penalty. A frustated England captain, Harry Kane called out the Colombian refree to make better decisions in the nex match. He further added,”It’s part of the game. We knew from watching the other games, there’s been a lot of penalties and a lot of soft decisions. We had to be aware of that. We had one against us today and probably another couple that didn’t go our way. It’s difficult, but as players all we can do is get on with the game.It’s down to the officials and hopefully when they watch it back they will make it right for the next games.”England play Panama in their next match and Darkhorses Belgium for their group stage match.Advertisement Read also :FIFA World Cup 2018: Artem Dzyuba speaks his mind ahead of Russia vs Egypt matchAdvertisement FIFA World Cup 2018: Stats of the Day – Day 5  Advertisementlast_img read more

True blue winner

first_imgBAILLEY Morrell will need to expand his trophy cabinet after winning another state athletics championship – this time on the…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img