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Glasgow office market set for huge increase in take-up

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Bacolod repatriates from Cebu hurdle virus test

first_imgAs of Thursday, Rojas said there were still 173 Bacolodnons stuck in Palawan and Metro Manila awaiting results of their PCR tests.  Workers wearing protective suits spray disinfectant on the luggage of overseas Filipino workers repatriated from Metro Manila to Negros Occidental on Tuesday, May 26. The repatriates will no longer undergo the mandatory 14-day quarantine, according to Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson. NEGROS OCCIDENTAL PIO BACOLOD City – At least 53 Bacolodnons who were repatriated from Cebu City have tested negative for SARS-coV-2, the virus that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The 53 Bacolod residents completed their 14-day mandatory quarantine at a public school here on May 27. They were then allowed to go home to their families after being cleared in subsequent COVID-19 tests.   Councilor Cindy Rojas, chairperson of the Action Team on non-OFWs, revealed this good news on Thursday, saying the locally stranded individuals (LSIs) underwent testing through reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) upon arriving in this city. Their results were released yesterday. Meanwhile, the local government unit here is now accepting the application of LSIs from this city who wants to return to home or to work in other places. Sangguniang Kabataan president Ayesha Joy Villaflor, chairperson of the Action Team on LSI, said LSIs are those that were stranded here during the lockdown and those who wants to go back to the place where they are working.Villaflor clarified that the SLI will be the one to pay their expenses going to their respective destinations./PNlast_img read more

Bulldogs And Spartans Split JV Baseball DH

first_imgThe Batesville Bulldogs and The Connersville Spartans split a Baseball Weekend Doubleheader.Bulldogs vs. Connersville JV Baseball Game 1 (5-3)Bulldogs vs. Connersville JV Baseball Game 2 (5-3)Submitted by Batesville Coach Steve Ollier.last_img

Gerrard vows to return to Liverpool

first_img The 34-year-old is currently enjoying a post-season break before he begins a new challenge in Major League Soccer with Los Angeles Galaxy this summer. But after 710 appearances in a 17-year professional career – and an association dating back to when he was eight – Gerrard has his sights set on coming back. “I’ve been a supporter all my life and that will continue,” he wrote in an open letter to fans in the Liverpool Echo. “I hope to get the opportunity to come back and serve the club again one day. “I feel that I can make a contribution in some role in the future.” Gerrard has been captain for over a decade and led from the front in most of the club’s recent successes, most famously the comeback against AC Milan to win the Champions League in 2005. However, this season he has not featured as regularly as he would have liked and that persuaded him a move to the United States would help prolong his playing career despite a contract offer coming in late from the Reds. “I want to keep playing every week in the final few years of my career and I’m looking forward to embarking on a new challenge with Los Angeles Galaxy in the MLS,” he added. “It’s been an absolute privilege to represent this football club for so long. “It’s been very humbling and it’s something I’ll cherish for the rest of my life. Press Association Departing Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has pledged to return to the club because he feels he has a contribution to make in the future. “People have often asked me about the pressure on my shoulders to deliver for Liverpool but I’ve never seen that as a burden. “There’s been huge responsibility on me but I’ve always loved and embraced that. “It’s been a massive honour to be captain of this club for so long. “I’ve always given my best and tried to lead by example. “But today is all about looking back and saying thank you to the fans for the magnificent support you have given me over the past two decades. “You have helped me to fulfil my dreams over and over again and given me memories I wouldn’t swap for anything.” last_img read more

Assam State Yoga Sports Tournament held in Nagaon

first_imgA correspondentNAGAON, Sept 16: Axom Yoga Xangstha recently organized 21th Assam State Yoga Sports Tournament at Nagaon Police Reserve field. In a press release issued and signed by the secretary of Axom Yoga Xongstha, Prabhat Borah it was stated that the tournament was stated on September 7 and concluded on September 9.The president of Asian Yoga Federation and Yoga Federation of India, Ashok Kumar Agarwala graced the tournament as the chief guest. In the tournament, Nagaon district won the the best district title and the 2nd best district title was gained by Sivssagar district. On the other hand, Pansi Bora, Manashjyoti Bora, Uditarani Bora and Bikashdeep Modoi stood as the best yoga practitioners in the entire tournament. In the release it was also stated that in the tournament various yoga related match were conducted in various age and sex groups.last_img read more

China Masters, Dutch Open badminton tournaments cancelled

first_imgKUALA LUMPUR: The Badminton World Federation (BWF) on Tuesday announced the cancellations of the China Masters and Dutch Open from its revamped calendar for the 2020 season due to the coronavirus pandemic.”Two BWF Tour Super 100 tournaments have been cancelled from the revamped BWF Tournament Calendar for the year — the Lingshui China Masters 2020 and YONEX Dutch Open 2020,” said the BWF in its statement. “The Lingshui China Masters 2020 was rescheduled twice previously from its original slot at the start of the year (25 February – 1 March) due to the COVID-19 outbreak. It was initially postponed until May and then moved again to 25-30 August 2020. “Badminton Netherlands announced the cancellation of their flagship tournament citing continued risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. “The YONEX Dutch Open was due to take place 6-11 October in Almere, Netherlands.” Last month, the 2020 Swiss Open and the 2020 European Championships were both cancelled due to unavailability of dates for the two tournaments. Meanwhile, the World Junior Championships, which was slated to be held in Auckland, New Zealand in September this year. The tournament will now be held from January 11-24, 2021. The event will be preceded by the World Junior Mixed Team Championships with the BWF scheduling it from January 11 to 16. IANS Also Watch: #NewsMakers: Discourse on Saving Dehing-Patkailast_img read more

Dodgers might only need to replace injured Hyun-Jin Ryu twice in April

first_imgGLENDALE, Ariz. >> As the Dodgers awaited the results of an MRI exam on Hyun-Jin Ryu’s left shoulder, manager Don Mattingly provided clarity Monday about how often he’ll actually need five starting pitchers in April.In short: Not often.Because of some early off days, the Dodgers wouldn’t need Ryu until April 13 or 14 against the Seattle Mariners at home, then again April 23 or 24 in San Francisco, Mattingly said. That rules out the left-hander for a minimum of one start, since he’ll begin the season on the 15-day disabled list.It also rules out left-hander Erik Bedard from making one or two starts, depending on his recovery from a strained left teres major muscle. “(Bedard) said he’d had (the injury) before and it was like three weeks,” Mattingly said, “but I knew (Clayton) Kershaw was longer than that.”The strained teres major, a muscle near the armpit, seemed to be a contagious disease among Dodgers pitchers last year. Kershaw missed all of April 2014 because of it. Brandon League was shut down early in last year’s camp for a few weeks, and Paco Rodriguez spent 40 days on the disabled list between August and September.That doesn’t bode well for Bedard, who was bidding for a spot starter’s role before he felt something in his back Friday.It helps the cause of non-roster invitees Chad Gaudin and David Huff, both of whom went through a normal routine Monday. They’re essentially competing with Joe Wieland, Mike Bolsinger and Carlos Frias for a chance to start two games in April.Tommy John updates Dodgers pitchers Chris Withrow and Ross Stripling have been progressing slowly but surely in their returns from Tommy John elbow surgeries last year.Withrow (on the 60-day DL) played catch from 70 feet Monday and expects to be throwing up to 80 feet by the end of the week. He’s throwing every other day and has not experienced any setbacks so far in camp.Stripling (who isn’t on the 40-man roster) is rehabbing in the Dodgers’ minor-league camp and said he’ll throw his first live bullpen session in eight days — one year to the day after his surgery.“I’ll probably throw three weeks’ worth of those,” Stripling said. “I’ll mix in an extended spring training game at the end of April, early May, then from there it’s just build up to the 85, 100 pitches. I’m kind of looking to join an affiliate around June 1.”Withrow had his surgery June 3, Stripling on April 2.McCarthy sharpBrandon McCarthy sounded upbeat after throwing 75 pitches over five scoreless innings in a Triple-A game at Camelback Ranch. The right-hander elected to avoid the Dodgers’ major-league game against his former team, the Arizona Diamondbacks, in favor of the more “controlled” setting of the minor-league fields.It was no coincidence that he skipped a chance at seeing a divisional opponent. The Dodgers and Diamondbacks will play 19 times during the regular season.“It just kind of worked out, getting at least one (game) in the minor leagues because I can work at my own pace, feel the things I need to feel,” McCarthy said. “Two, it worked right there where I get to build up; that 75-pitch, 80-pitch outing is a big one. You want to make sure you get to that threshold and get your ups and downs. It’s controlled. And it’s missing a division opponent. This is a perfect one where if I’m going to skip one, let’s do this. That way I can go into my next one and be ready to go.”Five days after he was shelled for six runs in four innings against the Cubs, McCarthy said he was pleased by his latest results. “I was working on pace, delivery, rhythm,” he said. “I got that out of that and felt really strong.”AlsoThe Dodgers optioned left-hander Daniel Coulombe to their minor-league camp after the game. They have 40 players on their major-league camp roster. … The Dodgers have an off day today and will use an assortment of relief pitchers to complete a “bullpen game” Wednesday against San Diego. … Angels pitcher Garrett Richards threw four hitless innings in a Triple-A rehab game. He will begin the season on the DL in order to build up arm strength as he recovers from season-ending knee surgery. … Angels right-hander Nick Tropeano, a candidate for the open fifth starter’s job, will start against the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday. Left-hander Hector Santiago will start a “B” game that day.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more