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Cafés, villas shuttered as West Java steps up COVID-19 enforcement

first_imgBogor Satpol PP head Agus Ridhollah said his personnel had given a strict warning to the owners of the villas to prevent any future PSBB violations. He went on to say that prior to the closure, the joint team – consisting of officers from the local Satpol PP, the National Police and the Indonesian Military – had inspected the café and had discovered numerous violations of health protocols.“This will prompt an evaluation by the Bekasi administration,” he said, adding that the limited number of field officers had made it difficult to catch every PSBB violation.Tri called on the public to contribute to the ongoing mitigation efforts and report activities that were detrimental to public health and safety through an official channel provided by the administration.The Bogor Satpol PP closed down 10 villas and lodgings in North Tugu, Cisarua, following reports of violations of local COVID-19 protocols. Several West Java regional administrations have stepped up efforts to ensure compliance with large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) as COVID-19 cases continue to mount throughout Greater Jakarta.The Bekasi Public Order Agency (Satpol PP) shut down a crowded café in Grand Galaxy City, South Bekasi, on Saturday evening after footage showing scores of people gathering at the venue went viral on social media.“A joint team sealed a café based on a tweet and an accompanying photo attachment of a music concert,” Bekasi Deputy Mayor Tri Adhianto said on Sunday, as quoted by tempo.co.center_img “We [sealed the villas] after an enforcement unit found that the owners had been renting the villas and [lodgings] to the public,” Agus said on Sunday.He said the owners had failed to abide by Bogor Regent Regulation No. 60/2020 on PSBB, which prohibited the renting of villas and accommodations to curb the spread of COVID-19.The local Satpol PP, according to Agus, had also been cracking down on other local businesses found to have violated health protocols.As of Sunday, West Java had recorded 20,954 confirmed COVID-19 cases with 387 deaths. (rfa)Topics :last_img read more

Cazenovia boys soccer routs Chittenango, 5-1

first_imgEight different players scored for the Bears against Homer, with only Aiden Adams getting two goals, though Tom McIntosh and Josh Mattia both were credited with a pair of assists.Anthony Roberts, David Mullin and Devon Hardy each finished with one goal and one assist, while Sean Larsson, Brian Schermerhorn and Austin Strickler also converted.At least Chittenango got to play on Tuesday – something Cazenovia could not do as rain and lightning forced the Lakers to abandon its game at Phoenix.Fresh off beating Chittenango, on Saturday Cazenovia hosted Oneida, and after a modest start took over with a string of goals early in the second half on the way to shutting out the Indians 5-0.Brian Pezzi went to the forefront, scoring twice and picking up an assist, but Spires wasn’t quiet, getting one goal and one assist. Bryan Roca and Charlie Aronson also found the net. Mike Senehi also had an assist.Now at 9-3 overall, Cazenovia battle its fellow Lakers from Skaneateles Thursday night, two days after Chittenango faces them as the Bears (8-3-1) also go to Phoenix on Thursday, its last four regular-season games all on the road.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story In the first half, the Bears did get on the board with Arthur Paul’s goal, assisted by Tom McIntosh. But with Spires twice taking part in scoring plays, the Lakers still were up 2-1 at the break.Spires then really caught fire, three times burning Chittenango in the second half as he finished night by scoring four goals and assisting on the other, by Max Michael. That overcame nine saves by Bears goalie Will Simmons.The game was originally set for last Thursday night, but moved up 24 hours. This meant Chittenango was just one day removed from its 9-1 romp over the Homer Trojans. When the Cazenovia and Chittenango boys soccer teams gathered last Wednesday night, summer warmth was gone, replaced by chilly temperatures and a reminder that the rest of the season would included plenty of more elements.Regardless of the conditions, though, the only thing that mattered on this night was that the Lakers were sharp, potent and ultimately far too much to handle, especially Joe Spires as he led his side to a 5-1 victory over the Bears.Going into the game, Cazenovia was 7-3, but in its previous game had struggled in a 4-0 defeat to Whitesboro on Sept. 27. That gave no hint of what was to happen against a Chittenango side sporting its own solid record of 8-2-1.center_img Tags: boys soccerCazenoviaChittenangolast_img read more

England trio aim for team title

first_img Internationals Gemma Clews, Sammy Fuller and Sophie Lamb will represent England in the Nations Cup at the Welsh women’s open stroke play championship. The 54-hole event starts tomorrow Ashburnham Golf Club and the team event counts the best two scores from three in each of the rounds. Gemma Clews, 22, (Delamere Forest, Cheshire) and Sophie Lamb, 19, (Clitheroe, Lancashire) were the leading players in England’s winning team in last weekend’s mixed international against Spain. The pair were foursomes partners and Lamb won all four of her games while Clews took 3.5 points from four. Lamb is the British stroke play champion and Clews has won two prestigious stroke play events this year. Sammy Fuller, 17, (Roehampton, Surrey) reached the quarter finals of the recent French U21 championship and tied 15th with Lamb in the Helen Holm Scottish open stroke play. The team reserve is Fuller’s younger sister, Annabell, also from Roehampton, Surrey. Caption: Gemma Clews (image © Stills Photography)? 4 May 2017 England trio aim for team title last_img read more

Gresley-Jones finishes 19th at B.C. Amateur — tourney won by West Van’s Rose

first_imgBen Gresley-Jones of Rossland/Trail continued his fine play at the B.C. Men’s Amateur Golf Championship Friday, placing 19th overall.David Rose of West Vancouver won the tournament. The Lower Mainland golfer took advantage of a collapse by third-round leader Richard Jung of Toronto to win the title by three strokes.Rose shot a 2-under-par 70 to finish the 72-hole tournament with a 275 total.Kevin Carrigan of Victoria finished tied for second with Jung with 278 scores.Brent Wilson of Victoria was fourth one shot ahead of Yung Gu (Justin) Shin of Pitt Meadows.Gresley Jones continued to play well by firing a final round 73 to finish in a tie for 19th spot at 287.The other West Kootenay golfer in the tournament, Josh Coletti of Granite Pointe finished the day with an 82 and a total of 308 for place 73rd. Adam Pangburn of Kaslo and Jordan Melanson of Granite Pointe both missed the cut after 36 holes.sports@thenelsondaily.comlast_img read more

Leaf profile: Andrew Walton says ‘no big deal’ to play out his junior career in Nelson

first_imgThroughout the KIJHL season The Nelson Daily Sports Editor Bruce Fuhr will take a capsule look at the players on the Nelson Leafs hockey club. Today the focus in on starting netminder Andrew Walton.If someone in the crowd last year during a Nelson/Castlegar game had said in a year from now Andrew Walton would be wearing the Green and White and tending goal for the Nelson Leafs the response would have been:“Are you crazy?”But there was 6’1”, 170-pound Sunflower City native backstopping the green and white to a 3-0 victory over their Murdoch Division counterparts, in his hometown of Castlegar, no less, on opening night of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League season.“I felt pretty good but that was definitely not the same (Castlegar) team as last year,” Walton said about the eventful night at the Community Complex.“(Sniper Ryan) Anysley wasn’t there so it’s not the same team as last season.”Fact is the 20-year-old goalie has moved on.Fact is Walton moved on last season when he asked for a trade in the middle of Castlegar’s amazing run that saw the Rebels make it all the way to the KIJHL final.“I just wanted to assure myself of playing in the Cyclone Taylor tournament,” Walton said when asked about the mid-season deal, a blockbuster trade by KIJHL standards.Walton got his wish. However, it was the road to the Cyclone Taylor Cup that he might have wanted to be traveled a little different.His former mates from Castlegar knocked Walton and the Ghostriders out of the playoffs during the Kootenay Conference Finals.A hiccup during the opener in Fernie proved to be the difference as the Rebels ousted the Riders in six games.Walton did get the last laugh against his former mates as Walton got a free pass to the Cyclone while Castlegar lost a heartbreaking KIJHL final to the Osoyoos Coyotes.But just when it appeared Walton would sip from the cup of Cyclone victory, the Peninsula Panthers skated away with a 5-3 victory in the tourney final.“That definitely sucked a lot,” Walton, still feeling that bitter taste in his mouth when the subject is brought up, said. “All of us could have played a lot better, including myself. But I thought during the game lot of the bounces went their way for sure.”But that was last year and this is a new opportunity for Walton.To be back in the West Kootenay, closer to family, and finish out his junior hockey career with the Green and White in Nelson.“I don’t really think it’s that big a deal,” said Walton about playing in Nelson. “It’s not like I necessarily going to be remembered for playing junior B in Castlegar.”Fans may not remember Walton in Castlegar in a few years.But the current Leaf players, especially the defence, will definitely have fond memories of Walton during this season.“He’s like another defenceman back there,’’ said Leaf rearguard Tyler Parfeniuk, one of two 20-year-olds, including Walton, that will be called upon to provide veteran leadership to this band of younger players on the Leafs.“He’s so cool under pressure and handles the puck so well.”Walton, enrolled in the carpentry program at Selkirk College, is eager to make this final season in junior hockey a successful one.After last season’s musical goalies between the pipes for Nelson, it’s obvious Walton will be a welcome edition to the Leafs.“I want to help Nelson go really far and win the league this year,” Walton prophesized. “I think we have a really good team here. We’ve got a really good bunch of guys and we’re only going to get better as the season goes on.”Andrew Walton Fast FactsPosition: GoalHeight: 6’1″Weight: 170 poundsHometown: CastlegarAge: 20:Favourite music: anything but countryFavourite NHL team: None really, but in a pinch Detroit Red WingsFavourite NHL player: Pavel DatsyukFavourite hobby other than hockey: Playing video games, NHL 12iPhone or BlackBerry: Knock off cell phonesports@thenelsondaily.comlast_img read more

South African Music Awards (SAMAs) celebrates 25 years of excellence in the local music industry

first_imgThis coming weekend, the South African Music Awards (SAMAs) will take a trip down memory lane in celebration of its 25th anniversary, under the theme: 25toLife. The SAMAs present an opportunity to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of specialists in the local music industry.The awards ceremony and celebrations have noticeably evolved over the last 25 years. The first-ever awards show was hosted at the Alberton Civic Centre, later moving between Johannesburg, Sun City and Durban. This year, the SAMAs return to Sun City on 1 June 2019.In honouring the harmonious legacy created over the past 25 years, the hosts have decided to bring out a few big names in the entertainment industry; game-changers who have had a part to play in the advancement of artists and producers in the entertainment space. Seasoned radio and TV hosts Bob Mabena and Melanie Bala will be co-hosting the awards. The pair are well-known for presenting Studio Mix, a popular music show that was aired on SABC1 in the 1990s. They will be joined by other hosts throughout the night, like hip-hop star Khuli Chana and media personality, Nomzamo Mbatha.Over the years, the awards have paid homage to forerunners like Miriam Makeba, Manhattan Brothers, Dolly Rathebe, Dorothy Masuka. This year, a special honour will be bestowed upon late hip-hop star HHP, as well as legends TKZee and Mango Groove.The industry continues to take form, by appointing experts to address critical issues, while harnessing fresh talent eager to make a footprint.The SAMAs are hosted by The Recording Industry of South Africa (RiSA). The show will be aired at 20:00 on SABC 1 on Saturday 1 June. Nhlanhla Sibisi, RiSA CEO said in a press statement: ’25 to Life is a celebration of the 25 years of SAMA’s existence and the role music played in driving social cohesion. We have lived music since the dawn of time and it has shaped the way we think and feel, and has helped us forge our identity as a nation.‘We look forward to sharing memorable SAMA moments, from their humble beginning and how different genres have evolved in the last 25 years to reflect the country’s evolution. There is no doubt that South Africans live music and appreciate its meaning and impact in their lives, that is why the SAMAs continue to honour the artists through this premium event.’last_img read more

Google Launches an Android Market Website

first_imgRole of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Related Posts At its Honeycomb event in Mountain View today, Google announced the availability of the long-awaited Android Market website: market.android.com.The aim of the site is to make finding apps easier, something that has long frustrated Android users. Before today, Android users have had to find and download apps solely via their mobile devices, an experience that pales compared to the browsing and sharing abilities offered by iTunes and its associated website.The Android Market website makes finding apps much simpler: there are categories down the left hand side, separate tabs for paid and free apps, as well as a search features, something that was oddly missing from the search engine giant’s previous app marketplace. If you purchase an app via the website, you can send it directly to your phone.The market should also link to your Google account so you can log in and see all the apps you’ve purchased and downloaded (but this feature, along with several others, returns an “invalid request” error message).Launch-related bugs aside, the new website should vastly improve the app browsing and buying experience for Android users. The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfacescenter_img audrey watters Tags:#Google#mobile#NYT#web What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech …last_img read more

Thalapathy 63: Atlee accused of plagiarism by aspiring director Shiva

first_imgDirector Atlee is not new to controversies. His previous films Mersal and Theri ran into trouble for several reasons and Atlee emerged out of them quite comfortably. Now, his upcoming film Thalapathy 63 has landed in soup as aspiring director Shiva has levelled plagiarism charges against director Atlee.A report published in a Tamil daily suggests that Atlee seems to have copied the story of Thalapathy 63 from Shiva’s short film, which is based on women’s football team. Shiva has filed a complaint with the South Indian Film Writers’ Association and will take up the issue in the court soon.Reportedly, Shiva has narrated his story to many leading producers in the industry. He suspects that one of the producers must have leaked the story to Atlee, who developed it into a feature film.Reportedly, the Writers’ Union cannot take up this issue further as Shiva seems to be a new member. Also, the union rules state that a member has to be with them for at least 6 months before they can take up any complaints from them.We had earlier reported that Thalapathy 63 is a sports-drama with Vijay essaying the role of a football coach of Tamil Nadu Women’s football team. Meyaadha Maan fame Indhuja Ravichandran is touted to be playing the role of the captain of the football team.The shooting of Thalapathy 63 is currently underway in Chennai. A massive football stadium set worth Rs 6 crore has been erected at the EVP Studios in the city and the makers are planning to shoot important sequences there.advertisementThis is not the first time that director Atlee has been accused of plagiarism. Earlier, producer Kathiresan stated that Mersal resembled the story of Moondru Mugam and the case is currently sub-judice. His other films, Raja Rani and Theri, were accused of having a similar plot as that of Mouna Ragam and Sathriyan.ALSO READ | Thalapathy 63: Is Vijay playing a football coach in Atlee’s film?ALSO WATCH: Rajinikanth’s daughter Soundarya gets married to actor-businessman Vishagan Vanangamudilast_img read more

11 days agoRedknapp insists no chance Spurs will sack Pochettino

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Redknapp insists no chance Spurs will sack Pochettinoby Paul Vegas11 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveHarry Redknapp says there is no chance Spurs will sack Mauricio Pochettino.The Argentine is under pressure to keep his job after a spluttering start to the Premier League season.But former Tottenham boss Redknapp believes Pochettino’s future at the North London club is secured.”Yeah, absolutely, that is not going to happen,” Redknapp told the Daily Mail. “I don’t know if they’ve overachieved. They should be finishing in the top three with that squad, that’s where they should be, there’s no doubt about that in my opinion.”But to get to a Champions League final was great for them. It was great to see them reach the final. “At the start of the year I really thought Spurs would push Man City and Liverpool a lot, lot closer. Tottenham have got a great team, with Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Son – I thought this could be their year. “But it’s been a disappointing start for them for sure and they need to turn it around quickly, but I still think they’ll finish third.” last_img read more

Shaun King Provides Backstory For Winston Crab Legs Photo, Blasts People Criticizing The QB

first_imgShaun King clarifies James Winston and the crab legs story.Shaun King Crab LegsThursday night, former Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston, now a Tampa Bay Buccaneer, posted an Instagram photo of himself celebrating his No. 1 selection in the NFL Draft with a plate full of crab legs. Normally, such a photo wouldn’t be newsworthy – but given the fact that Winston was caught shoplifting crab legs from a Tallahassee Publix last April, it didn’t go unnoticed. Winston, who was criticized heavily for the post, eventually took it down, reportedly at the request of his new employer.Former NFL quarterback Shaun King, who is dialed into the football scene in northern Florida, has provided a bit of backstory on the photo Friday morning. He says that the crab legs were a gift from Captain Keith Colburn of The Deadliest Catch after Winston helped auction off a king crab at Mike Alstott’s charity auction earlier this year. He’s blasting people who have been critical of Winston.If people only knew how STUPID they sound killing this kid over that picture smdh— shaun king (@realshaunking) May 1, 2015I was seated at the table right next to jameis at the mike alstott charity auction, when captain keith asked jameis to help him auction off— shaun king (@realshaunking) May 1, 2015This huge king crab he had flown in for the event. Captain keith is from the deadliest catch show. I wasnt sure how jameis was gonna— shaun king (@realshaunking) May 1, 2015Handle the request, but it didnt faze the young man at all he simply said ok sure, we r here to help the alstott foundation right.— shaun king (@realshaunking) May 1, 2015That same captain keith in a gesture of thanks sent jameis and his family 25lbs of king crabs legs for his draft event last night.— shaun king (@realshaunking) May 1, 2015Thats the backstory behind last nights picture for those of you who need to seriously have some self evaluation done— shaun king (@realshaunking) May 1, 2015While the backstory may be a bit more heartwarming than many would have guessed, Winston likely still knew the reaction he’d get for the post. Whether it was worth it – well, that’s a question that the new Buccaneers quarterback can answer.last_img read more